The AREVA North America Next Energy Blog will provide special on-the-ground coverage with live blogging from AREVA representatives and others at the 21st World Energy Congress in Montreal this week. Posts will include updates from Montreal, a focus on energy issues for the host country Canada, a feature on AREVA CEO Anne Lauvergeon as a keynote speaker, and what role AREVA has to play in creating a sustainable energy future.
Every three years, the international energy community assembles for a world congress. The event will bring together more than 3,500 top world leaders in the all energy fields, including major players from industry, governments, and international organization, as well as media, universities, and energy industry associations.
The event is put together by the World Energy Council (WEC), an international organization that includes all forms of energy, such as coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, hydro and renewables. Its members hail from nearly 100 countries, including the world’s largest energy consumers and producers.
The mission of WEC is “to promote the sustainable supply and use of energy for the greatest benefit of all people.”
Stay tuned here for updates throughout the week.
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