Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report

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High-income countries are leading the transition to a new energy architecture but still have work to do on environmental sustainability, according to the Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report 2013, released today by the World Economic…

Duane Tilden‘s insight:

–  "Norway, Sweden and France top the ranking; OPEC countries and the USA languish outside the top 50"

 

-"The report, produced in collaboration with Accenture, adds that many developing countries still struggle to supply citizens with basic energy needs, with 12% of countries analysed providing electricity to less than 50% of their total population. The report also considers how issues around fossil-fuel subsidy, water use for energy production and effective management of resource wealth need addressing globally."

 

 

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