The annual World Energy Issues Monitor provides a unique insight into what energy policy makers, CEOs and leading experts identify as critical uncertainties and priorities for action. The report surveyed 2,200 decision-makers in the international energy community from nearly 100 countries. The survey results show a clear upward trend in the perception of uncertainties. […]
The Young Energy Professionals (YEP) programme is an interdisciplinary network of young executives from members and partners of WEC Austria and is based on an initiative of the London WEC office. The 1st cycle was launched in October 2015 and lasted until autumn 2018. The topics covered by the participants of the 1st cycle […]
Hydrogen is being discussed as one important solution to meet the Paris climate goals, as it can be a clean fuel, feedstock, and reagent for many energy intensive processes and transport services. However, possible hydrogen demand trajectories up to 2050 can vary depending on the development of complementing technologies, such as energy efficiency, electrification, carbon […]
WEC released Inputs from Senior Leaders on Hydrogen Developments, a further Working Paper in the “Hydrogen on the Horizon” series produced in collaboration with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and PwC. The Hydrogen on the Horizon series aims to start a multi-stakeholder, multi-level community dialogue on hydrogen’s role in energy transitions. In this new Working Paper we present inputs […]
The energy sector is facing increasing pressures from climate change. All segments of the industry will be affected by the changing global climate and the policy responses to it. So says a briefing published jointly by the World Energy Council (WEC), the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), the Cambridge Judge Business School, […]
Identifying where to play and how to win in the emerging energy landscape.