"TO BE THE FOREMOST ENERGY THINK TANK IN THE COUNTRY AND THE VOICE OF THE SECTOR"
WEC India (formerly known as World Energy Council – Indian Member Committee) is a country member of World Energy Council (WEC), a global and inclusive body (estd.1923) to promote sustainable supply and use of energy. WEC engagements cover wide ranging aspects of the global energy sector. WEC India is one of the earliest country members of World Energy Council, having joined the Council in 1924.
WEC India functions under the patronage of Ministry of Power and with the support of Ministries in the energy sector and leading organizations in the sector. Major energy sector organizations, bodies, institutions and industry associations in the country are its members.
Reconstituted in May 1999, by Ministry of Power, WEC India has Hon’ble Union Minister of Power as the Patron, Secretary (Ministry of Power) as the Chairman; and CMD, NTPC as Secretary General. WEC India functions under the patronage of Ministry of Power and with the support of Ministries of Coal, New & Renewable Energy, Petroleum & Natural Gas and External Affairs and Department of Atomic Energy. The body is registered as a non-profit organization under Societies Registration Act 1860. As envisioned during re-constitution, to be truly representative of the sector, the governance structure and membership is representative of the energy sector in India.
WEC India Energy Handbook mobile application is a compendium of Indian and Global energy statistics. The application provides consolidated information on different sectors like power, coal, oil & gas, nuclear and renewable in the form of user interactive graphs & charts. The application also gives insight to global and Indian scenarios by organisations like IEA, EIA and WEC.
The mobile application is available on both Google play store and App store.
National Energy Trilemma Index 2022
The National Energy Trilemma Index 2022 is an attempt by World Energy Council India (WEC India) at the national level to assess performance of Indian States & UTs across three core energy related dimensions: Energy Security, Energy Equity and Environmental Sustainability and a fourth dimension of ‘state context’. The “National Energy Trilemma Index” is expected to enable the States & UTs to keep track of their own progress over time and further accelerate their pace towards the energy transition process. The Report is developed in partnership with Deloitte.