• Energy producers, providers, and marketers
• Energy and power ministries
• National energy associations
• Energy manufacturers, fuel producers
• Decision-makers, policy-makers
• Government agencies
• Research and academic institutions
• Energy users
• Environmental organisations
The World Energy Council’s strength is derived from its network of National Member Committees.
These autonomous bodies are important organisations in their own countries, often enjoying the active support of the government and leading energy companies. Together they constitute the world’s most influential network of energy leaders and practitioners dedicated to promoting the sustainable supply and use of energy for the greatest benefit of all.
The World Energy Council has Member Committees in nearly 100 countries, including the largest energy-producing and energy consuming nations. Corporations, organisations and individuals can join the World Energy Council’s network through the National Committee in their country of interest. Membership is made up of autonomous Member Committees representing the broadest possible range of energy and energy-related interests in their countries: