The World Energy Council
(WEC) is the world's first multi-energy organization. The Council has member
committees in nearly 100 countries, including most of the major energy
producing and consuming countries, in addition it covers under its umbrella all
kind of energy including nuclear, water and renewables.
The organization has a
coordinating Secretariat in London, United Kingdom, under the direction of the
Secretary General who reports to the Officer's Council, under the leadership of
an elected Chair.
The World Energy Council is
governed by Standing Committees:
Programme, Studies, Communications and Strategy, Finance, Nomination and
Renumeration. The committees meet two to three times a year and report to
Members. These Standing Committees are responsible for carrying out the
Council’s work programmes.