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New WEF report provides roadmap to net-zero carbon cities

The report, Net-Zero Carbon Cities: An Integrated Approach, outlines the need and benefit derived from an integrated energy approach to manage buildings.

Green hydrogen named a ‘top 10’ emerging tech of 2020

The World Economic Forum has named green hydrogen among its top 10 emerging technologies of 2020.

Unknowns of the energy transition

In April this year, World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Energy wrote a paper titled The A-Z of the Energy Transition: Knowns and Unknowns.
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World Economic Forum: Guidelines to maintaining cyber resilience

The World Economic Forum advises businesses to consider cyber resilience from a business perspective, looking at the cyber element of operational risks to their business.
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Ed’s note: A new energy order

Roberto Bocca, a member of the executive committee of the World Economic Forum has posed an interesting proposition regarding the energy transition.
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WEC: The global energy transition – the knowns and unknowns

The COVID-19 global health crisis has shown the world what a severe disruption looks like, and it's presenting humanity with a unique opportunity to build a better more resilient world through sustainable systems that will reduce the emissions that are driving climate change.
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New deal to support investments in sustainable infrastructure in Southeast Asia

ADB has signed an agreement with the World Economic Forum to accelerate the funding of sustainable infrastructure development projects in Southeast Asia.

SEI asks: How are you mitigating these 5 disruptive trends?

At the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, five disruptive trends were identified to likely cause utilities to re-think their business models....

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