Regional Networks

World Energy Council Member Committees work closely with their neighbouring countries, under the leadership of a regional Vice-Chair and supported by a Regional Manager, to facilitate cross border partnerships. These networks undertake studies and organise events covering regional priorities to guide policy and technical understanding.

The World Energy Council structures its networks into six main regions:

Some of these regions also work at a sub regional level to reflect priorities and there is active cross regional collaboration.

The World Energy Council’s Regional Networks foster an exchange of knowledge and ensure that governments, companies and stakeholders have a neutral forum to plan and and engage in the challenges that increasingly need cross boarder solutions.