The World Energy Council has been active for decades in developing integrated policy approaches to addressing interconnected energy challenges. The health and economic crisis have a profound – and probably lasting – impact on the pace and direction of the global energy transition. New business models, ways of working and social behaviours are emerging, with implications for future energy demand, as well as on usable primary energy sources.
The instruments of the World Energy Council – developed to detect and measure these trends – are constantly updated. Studies are developed annually in which the methodology and dynamics of changes are analyzed based on existing data, starting with 2011 until now. They are addressed to energy sector leaders and policy makers at national, regional and global levels. WEC reports are produced in collaboration with prestigious companies in the energy consulting sector such as Oliver Wyman, Marsh & McLennan, PwC.