FEL-100 participants are provided with the unique opportunity to create their own personal networks of like-minded, equally motivated personalities today, and together become the energy leaders of tomorrow.
Through the programme, Future Energy Leaders can:
• Attend select global, regional and national events
• Attend the World Energy Congress
• Attend an exclusive, annual Future Energy Leaders’ Summit
• Create an annual FEL-100 World Energy Issues Monitor
• Contribute to special FEL-100 reports
• Access and contribute to the Council’s global studies and technical research
• Develop and share a FEL-100 vision
• Network with global energy leaders
The Council’s Future Energy Leaders’ programme (FEL-100) is designed to help shape, inspire and grow energy leaders of tomorrow.
It serves as a platform for engaging a limited number of ambitious young professionals in national, regional and international activities and events.
The objective is to inspire participants to become the next generation of energy leaders capable of solving the world’s most pressing challenges regarding energy and sustainability.
Through the FEL-100, these individuals can further their experience, knowledge and skills in an energy-focused environment and contribute to the Council’s global dialogue.
The programme is designed to build on the ideas and innovative potential of the next generation, helping to develop new ways of thinking and frame the future of sustainable energy.
The Council’s Future Energy Leaders form a community of exceptional young professionals who share a commitment to shaping the global energy future.
At the World Energy Congress, an integrated programme, specifically designed for future energy leaders, will offer a unique opportunity to better understand energy issues and solutions from a global perspective.
The Council’s community of young professionals is a network of exceptional individuals from across the globe who represent the different players the energy sectors is composed of, including government, energy industry, academia, civil society and social entrepreneurs.