World Energy Council Chair Nadeau: “Sustainable Energy for All” set to be a critical juncture for the world’s destiny
Marie-José Nadeau, Chair of the World Energy Council, writes in a blog entry for the Energy Collective that the Paris Climate Agreement and the inclusion of energy in Millennium Development Goals were two key moments in 2015. According to Nadeau, these developments bear the potential to impact the way energy is generated and perceived across the world.
These two moments of 2015 will bring improved energy access for the 1.1bn people without access to modern forms of energy, as well as a more holistic debate about the right type of energy systems for each region, Nadeau says. She notes that the World Energy Council’s Energy Trilemma Index supports countries in addressing the energy transition, driven by a variety of factors including environmental concerns, volatile energy prices and technological advances, through a focus on the triple challenge of energy security, access equity and environmental sustainability. You can read Nadeau’s blog entry at the EnergyPost website.
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