World Energy Insight 2010
Official Publication of the World Energy Council to mark the 21st World Energy Congress
World Energy Council, FIRST Magazine | 2010 | ISBN: n/a | 68 pages | PDF | 6 MB
Our 21st World Energy Congress offers a unique opportunity for all stake-holders of the energy sector to meet and exchange visions, strategies and practices, during four days of very intensive and interesting sessions, round-tables and exhibitions.
More than 3,000 energy leaders gather from around the world from both developed and developing countries, from all types of energy, from public and private companies and government organisations, in order to think together about how to bring about a sustainable and acceptable energy future.
The truth is that nobody has the choice any longer. All energy leaders have to take decisions every day, and they need to have a clear analysis of what is at stake, what the risks are, and what the solutions can be.
Managing the energy transition to a sustainable future
The World Energy Council: meeting global energy challenges
Investment needs for universal access to electricity and clean cooking fuels
Global markets feel the force of North America’s ‘shale gale’
Energy for all: delivering on the promise of universal access
Towards a strategic approach for energy at the World Trade Organisation
Time to get real: why we need a serious energy framework in Europe
Oil shale – the unconventional which will become conventional
Entering a new age of electricity
The great disconnect on energy policy
Quebec hydropower: the largest source of renewable energy in the North American market
Energy sustainability: the new rules
Energy trends: facts and priorities
The outlook for carbon capture and storage
Scenario Planning – turning critical uncertainties into strategies for the future
Energy innovation and urban growth
Water: a complex vulnerability of the energy system
Including energy in the rules of trade and investment
Pursuing sustainability: 2010 assessment of country energy and climate policies
22nd WEC Survey of Energy Resources
The water-energy nexus: a hot topic for the Middle East
R&D and innovation in South Africa to meet energy challenges
How South Korea is positioning itself for the Nuclear Renaissance
Nuclear power: the Japanese experience
Connecting the continent: creating a pathway to lowcarbon growth for Africa
Urbanisation, megacities, and energy poverty in Latin America
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