The report, World Energy Perspective: Energy Efficiency Policies, is produced in collaboration with France’s energy and environment agency, ADEME.

The global 2013 Energy Sustainability Index covering 129 countries in this report published by the World Energy Council provides public and private decision-makers with a key tool to assess the sustainability of a country’s energy system and ability for peer group comparisons.

The 2013 World Energy Issues Monitor is the latest of the WEC's annual assessment of the issues impacting the global and regional energy sector based on the views of the WEC's energy leadership community.

To assist policymakers and the energy industry with pressing forward sustainable energy systems, the World Energy Council, in collaboration with project partner Oliver Wyman, publishes the report World Energy Trilemma 2012: Time to get real – the case for sustainable energy policy.

Smart grids are an essential element to facilitate the transition towards a low-carbon economy. This report intends to shed light on the current status of smart grids and the financing mechanisms for their development.

The events on 11 March 2011 at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, which resulted from the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami, was initially expected to have wide ranging consequences on the global energy mix as governments and companies seek to address the challenges of providing a sustainable supply of energy for all.

India Energy book is an annual compilation of comprehensive statistics on India’s energy sector. It includes an overview of coal, power, oil, gas, nuclear and renewable sectors in India.

Over the next four decades, the global transportation sector will face unprecedented challenges related to demographics, urbanization, pressure to minimize and dislocate emissions outside urban centres, congestion of aging transport infrastructure and growth in fuel demand.

The World Energy Council in partnership with Oliver Wyman (global consulting firm) has over the past year worked on its third Assessment of country energy and climate policy aiming to identify key areas for policy improvements and to understand how successful policies can be transferred from one country to another.

This report is the second publication of the ongoing assessment of energy policymaking acrossthe globe by the World Energy Council (WEC). The long-term goal is to generate insights into practices in different countries.

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