"Waterotor Energy Technologies: Low Cost Power from Slow Moving Water.
The Waterotor combines hydrodynamic torque-generating blades that create drag and lift, a water-directing deflector, and a custom-designed electric generator, and other unique patent-protected features, all enabling the device to convert 30%+ of the energy in very slow-moving water to electricity. The Waterotor has low environmental impact and zero emissions."
Weathernews Inc. is the biggest private global provider of weather data and weather-related services, with a strong information technology orientation.
Established in 1986, the company has developed reliable and long-term cooperation with global companies, by providing weather services in over 44 different industries on land, sea and sky.
Over 1,000 employees around the world are dedicated to the safety of people and the environment. Operational centers in Tokyo, Oklahoma, Amsterdam and Copenhagen provide 24/ 7 countermeasure support 365 days of the year. The quality of information is constantly improved. WNI has strong observational infrastructure using the latest technology, and operates its own satellites. This allows us to set new trends in global weather information technology.
Mrs Flavia Jakob
Weltenergierat – Deutschland is the national member representing the Federal Republic of Germany at the World Energy Council (WEC). Its members include companies in the energy industry, associations, academic institutions and individuals. As a non-governmental, joint-profit association, Weltenergierat – Deutschland is independent in its opinion. In the presidency of the society, all energy sources are represented. The objective of Weltenergierat – Deutschland is to implement and disseminate the WEC results in Germany, in particular, to bring the global and longer-term issues and needs of the energy and environmental policy to the attention of the national debate. To this purpose, Weltenergierat – Deutschland cooperates intensively in the positions and studies of WEC.
The World Energy Council Turkish National Committee was founded in 1949 as an “organisation serving the public interest” and acts as an umbrella organisation for energy-related NGOs operating in the country (www.dunyaenerji.org.tr). Presently, the Committee has a wide range of members from all energy-related industries from the public/private sector, energy associations to universities, experts, NGOs and private individuals. The committee’s main objective is to facilitate dialogue on domestic and global energy issues via various activities and events, as well as international projects, national reports and related publications (For more: @WEC_Turkey).
The Committee hosted the 23rd World Energy Congress in October 2016. The Congress, under the theme of “Embracing new Frontiers”, was held in Istanbul with the participation of 4 Heads of State, 56 Ministers and more than 5,500 representatives from 151 countries including 266 speakers.
María Haydeé Jiménez
World Energy Council Chile
ESB International is a growing international energy company which is owned by the Irish state electricity company ESB, a fully-integrated power utility established in 1927 with an annual turnover of €3.3 bn and annual sales exceeding 16,000 GWh.
Since 1975, ESB International has worked collaboratively with international clients in over 120 countries to optimise the potential of their energy assets. We draw on this experience, providing strategic and engineering consultancy to a broad range of international clients. We are constantly innovating and evolving to help ensure a bright future for clients by drawing on the same pool of experts we use to service our own power portfolio.
ESB International has developed, designed, project-managed, constructed and commissioned all of the generation plants in the ESB generation portfolio, and provides ongoing asset management and engineering services to support the development and enhancement of the Irish transmission and distribution networks.
The Italian National Committee of the World Energy Council (WEC Italy) is a non-profit multi-energy association based in Rome, established in 1988 under the patronage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Economic Development.
The association is a supporting member and founder of the World Energy Council (WEC), the foremost international multi-energy organization in the world today, accredited by the United Nations and Member Committees in close to 100 countries around the world.
Following the WEC's mission "To promote the sustainable supply and use of energy for the greatest benefit of all, WEC Italy brings together knowledge from the Italian community of energy leaders including government, academics, industries and companies that produce, consume, manage and supply energy - from fossil fuel to renewable energy sources.
The Lebanon Committee of the World Energy Council is hosted by the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC), its Chair being the Minister of Energy and Water.
The Lebanon Committee has been a member of the World Energy Council global community since 2011.
The Lebanon Committee strives to create a national energy society platform in Lebanon for experts to meet, discuss and lobby towards the adoption of sustainable energy policies in the country.
With more than 60 registered members, the Lebanon Committee provides a platform for Lebanese energy experts to connect and evolve.
The Lebanon Committee is committed to making Beirut World Energy Week 2020 a successful event in the history of energy transition.
The Mongolian National Committee of the WEC is an independent non-profit organization with the goal to unite on its platform leaders of the Mongolian energy sector, experts from governmental bodies, scientific institutions and non-governmental organizations in the field of reliable energy saving, ensuring dialogue between a wide range of players in the energy sector, representing the interests of Mongolian energy companies at national and international levels, promoting the expansion of their competencies and involvement in global energy integration.
The top priority of the committee as a national member committee of the international organization is to become a single authorized place (one-stop) for the interaction of energy companies and representatives of the Mongolian energy sector with the WEC headquarters, its structures, associations and other international organizations, both through daily communication and within the framework of international and local events.
The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC) is a group of New Zealand’s peak energy sector organisations taking a leading role in creating a sustainable energy future. As a division of BusinessNZ, New Zealand’s largest business advocacy body and member of the World Energy Council (WEC), BEC members are a cross-section of leading energy-sector business, government and research organisations. Together with its members, the BEC is shaping the energy agenda for New Zealand.
Íñigo Díaz de Espada
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The Spanish Committee of the World Energy Council (CECME) represents Spain in the World Energy Council and coordinates the participation of the Spanish energy sector within the organisation. CECME also serves as the reference partner between the Council and the CECME members.
CECME intends to consolidate its position as a Spanish business organization which serves as a reference in the energy sector within the framework of the Spanish Energy Club. The main activities of CECME are characterized by their international projection.
"WePower is the next generation green energy procurement and trading platform. It connects Individual business energy buyers directly with energy producers enabling them to purchase energy upfront at below-market rates.
WePower platform eliminates the complexity from entering into a power purchase agreement (PPA), gives a right to choose whatever renewable energy volume to contract, increases renewable energy project’s exposure, and provides liquidity for trading power purchase agreements."
Seung- Min, Yoo
Since its establishment in 1990, Wonil T&I has grown into one of the world's leading natural gas equipment engineering & manufacturing companies, by diversifying from gas heaters, natural gas vaporizers and fuel gas supply systems into small-scale LNG regasification packaging and hydrogen alloy storage/cylinders for submarines, etc.
Soumya Prakash Nayak
World Energy Council India (WEC India) is a country member of World Energy Council (WEC), a global and inclusive body (est.1923 with over 90 country members) for thought leadership and tangible engagement in the pursuit of sustainable supply and use of energy. WEC engagements cover all aspects of the entire energy spectrum from conventional to renewable. WEC India is one of the earliest country members of World Energy Council, having joined the Council in 1924. WEC India functions under the patronage of the Ministry of Power and with the support of Ministries of Coal, New & Renewable Energy, Petroleum & Natural Gas and External Affairs; and Department of Atomic Energy. WEC India continuously realigns its engagements with changes in the energy sector and strives to compliment the Governments’ effort in the sector. WEC India stands out in the aspects of its neutral structure, high convening power for interdisciplinary dialogues and global outreach.
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World Nuclear Association represents the global nuclear energy industry. Its mission is to promote a wider understanding of nuclear energy among key international influencers by producing authoritative information, developing common industry positions, and contributing to the energy debate. It is an international trade body made up of 180 member companies across all nuclear businesses from around the world, including: major reactor vendors, nuclear utility companies, uranium mining, conversion, enrichment and fuel fabrication companies, nuclear engineering, construction and waste management companies, as well as R&D organizations and companies providing services to the nuclear industry in areas such as transport, law, insurance and finance.