702 results for ‘new energy ’ — page 5 of 59

  • Forum

    Norway tops the table in the global energy race

    Every country wants affordable, sustainable, and secure energy supplies; to live in a cleaner, greener planet where the lights also stay on. But some countries are doing better than others at achieving it. In the World Economic Forum’s The Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report… more
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    How well is your country’s energy system performing?

    In a series of blog posts around the recent launch of the World Economic Forum’s Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report 2013, Espen Mehlum, Associate Director of the World Economic Forum’s Energy Industries Team, explains how countries performed on the index. What makes a… more
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    When it comes to energy, is Norway just lucky?

    In a series of blog posts leading up to the launch of the World Economic Forum’s Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report 2013 on 11 December 2012, Arthur Hanna, Managing Director of Accenture’s Energy Industry Group, explains why Norway’s top ranking on the Index is more than just… more
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    Benchmarking a country’s energy performance

    In a series of blog posts leading up to the launch of the World Economic Forum’s Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report 2013 on 11 December 2012, Jeroen van der Veer, a Board Member of Royal Dutch Shell, explains why benchmarking energy system performance is critical. During my… more
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    How better use of energy systems can reap benefits for society

    In a series of blog posts leading up to the launch of the World Economic Forum’s Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report 2013 on 11 December 2012, Mr. Manpreet Anand, a Senior Policy Adviser at Chevron, discusses how energy is a key driver to reach today’s socioeconomic objectives … more
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    A tool to help improve the global energy system

    In a series of blog posts around the launch of the World Economic Forum’s Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report 2013 on 11 December 2012, Roberto Bocca, Senior Director and Head of Energy Industries at the World Economic Forum, explains the tool and how it can help countries to… more
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    Can we deliver on the promise of energy efficiency?

    In a series of blog posts curated by the World Economic Forum’s Climate Change Initiatives, a number of leading voices will present their perspectives on climate change. Contributions are linked to the Forum’s Green Growth Action Alliance project and the Forum’s Global Agenda Council on… more
  • Global Agenda Councils

    Energy 2050: What does it take for reality to meet aspirations?

    Plans for the future energy system for the world must be connected to a vision of how people hope to live in 2050. That will happen only through significant changes in the way energy is generated, transported and enjoyed. So far, however, the world is not on the road to those changes, or to that… more
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    Balancing energy security and climate change

    Rapid economic growth in countries like China and India requires sufficient and cheap energy to ensure energy security. However, large incremental energy demand in these countries makes emissions reduction more difficult and costly. In fact, the economic structure of developing countries – with… more
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    Can we achieve sustainable energy by 2030?

    The World Economic Forum’s Energy for Society initiative places secure and affordable energy access as the first of its five principles of which leading energy companies commit to deliver in order to meet the needs of a growing world population. Can we, however, go one step further and achieve… more
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    Can Russia help China get clean energy?

    As one of the first 20 signatories to the Forum’s Energy for Society Initiative, I know and understand only too well the challenges facing global energy providers. I believe one of the biggest challenges right now and over the next few decades will be to provide secure and affordable access to… more
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    Can we become ‘energy literate’?

    For me, energy literacy means having a debate on energy that’s based on solid data and an understanding of what is possible and realistic as the world strives to build a more sustainable energy future. Choosing the right energy pathway is complex because energy, water and land are intertwined… more