In a world where the demands for secure, affordable and sustainable energy are ever-increasing, global and national energy systems are showing signs of deficiencies and strains everywhere. There is an urgent need for collaboration across the entire energy ecosystem to redesign energy systems that enable the improvement of billions of lives on a healthy planet. 

The 2024 World Energy Issues Monitor underlines the complex nature of energy transitions, emphasizing their multifaceted character where a one-size-fits-all strategy proves inadequate. Signals of deficiency, stress and strain are everywhere emphasising that redesigning energy for people in planet is imperative, making faster fairer and more far-reaching energy transitions happen is not easy.   

For this edition of the World Energy Issues Monitor, the Council surveyed nearly 1,800 energy leaders and global experts drawn from its global network spanning over 100 countries. The survey was conducted in early 2024, following the conclusion of the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28), which was held in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates in November 2023.  The 2024 World Energy Issues Monitor should be considered within this context.

Read the whole report here: World Energy Issues Monitor | 2024 | World Energy Council

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