Tracking SDG 7 – THE ENERGY PROGRESS REPORT 2020

The 2020 edition of Tracking SDG 7: The Energy Progress Report monitors and assesses attainments in the global quest for universal access...

Blockchain in Electricity: a Critical Review of Progress to Date

The past year saw a marked increase in the global recognition of blockchain technology and its potential applications. The price of Bitcoin—the...

Blockchain et transition énergétique

L’objectif de cette note exploratoire est de dessiner les premiers contours de l’utilisation expérimentale des blockchains pour l’énergie au niveau local :...

GLOBAL RENEWABLES OUTLOOK – ENERGY TRANSFORMATION 2050

This first Global Renewables Outlook arrives while the world suffers through the COVID-19 pandemic, which brings dramatic numbers of people infected, a mounting death...

Is Blockchain’s Future in Oil and Gas Transformative or Transient?

Distributed ledger technology, commonly known as blockchain, has its roots in the online currency Bitcoin. But blockchain is growing beyond its currency origins, making...

World Energy Issues Monitor | 2020 – World Energy Council

The World Energy Issues Monitor provides a snapshot of what keeps CEOs, Ministers and experts awake at night in over 100 countries. The Monitor...

Designing for Disruptions – A NEW ERA FOR ENERGY – World...

The energy sector is undergoing widespread disruption. Technology is advancing rapidly while new business models are emerging. Government policies and public attitudes and behaviour...

THE WORLD’S ENERGY AGENDA & ITS EVOLUTION | ISSUES MONITOR 2019

In an era where the energy landscape is in constant transition, energy leaders must pay attention to many different signals of change and distinguish...

Cyber challenges to the energy transition

AN EXPANDING DIGITAL FOOTPRINT The energy sector is experiencing a transformation. Major shifts in global supply and demand on almost every front are creating both...

Smart Cities: The new mega-market for utilities. Why mid-sized cities promise...

Cities are more important than ever before More than 55% of the world's population currently live in cities (1980: 39%). In Europe, the figure...
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