Frei (World Energy Council): “Beware of fragmentation and protectionism.”
“The World Energy Council’s Executive Assembly in Milan will be a major moment of the energy agenda, showing Italy’s leadership as it ranks amongst the top 13 countries balancing the Energy Trilemma”
2016 Energy Trilemma Index ranking shows global energy sector shifting priorities towards more balanced energy mix. Denmark, Switzerland and Sweden achieve AAA score and lead the 125 countries’ index ranking; 9 out of top 10 countries are from Europe showing that EU cooperation on long term policy for energy and climate to 2020 contributes to regional Trilemma success; During 23rd World Energy Congress, energy ministers and officials from Turkey, UAE, Algeria, South Korea, Ecuador, Nigeria, Switzerland, Portugal, Germany and more will debate how to best achieve AAA score to secure sustainable energy
The World Energy Trilemma 2016: ‘Defining measures to accelerate the energy transition’ published by the World Energy Council, in partnership with global consultancy Oliver Wyman, a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, has identified five focus areas to drive progress on the Energy Trilemma of sustainability, security and energy access, and meet the goals of 2020 and beyond.
This report will provide the foundations for many discussions at the 2016 World Energy Congress in Istanbul in October.
The Energy Trilemma Index, which is released as part of the Council’s annual World Energy Trilemma report, offers recommendations to public and private decision-makers in the energy sector on how best to deliver competitive sustainable energy systems. It is produced with global management consulting firm Oliver Wyman, along with the Global Risk Centre of its parent Marsh & McLennan Companies, and focuses on breaking barriers to energy investment in 130 countries.