Meeting once every three years, the World Energy Congress is the premier meeting of Energy Ministers, Utility Executives and Engineering Firms. 5000 top decision-makers from all continents convene to do business and plan our energy choices for the coming decades. For 20 years, the Global Energy Network Institute has exhibited - sharing the strategy of linking renewable energy resources between all nations. It's the opportunity to meet face to face with the key energy leaders from around the world.
Peter Meisen, GENI's Director has just returned and has a lot to report:
- The world is still awash in oil, gas, coal and nuclear for power
- Energy leaders are aware of climate change, but aren't making any real shift
- Renewables are increasing market share, but remain a sliver of the global pie.
- Many delegates are hungry for information on how to make the transition to cleaner fuels.
As we met delegates at the exhibit, we immediately delivered GENI's "100% Renewable Energy Reports" for China, India, Korea and Japan - so they can assess for themselves the potential and urgency of making this transition to sustainable future. GENI also feature their new Report on the Sea of Japan transmission loop, linking Japan, South and North Korea, China and Russia. This is technically doable and economically viable - just hard politically.
Please join us for a stimulating, reality check on the world energy condition. Who is really making choices for our energy future? What motivates them? and how do we get them to change path before it is too late?!
Peter Meisen President and Director
Global Energy Network Institute
Peter Meisen founded GENI in 1989 to conduct research and educate world leaders to the strategy of linking renewable energy resources around the world. He is an internationally recognized speaker on the global issues of renewable energy, transmission and distribution of electricity, quality of life and its relationship to electricity, the environment and sustainable development. GENI has earned the endorsement of 7 Nobel Peace Prize laureates and has been recognized by various nations as promoting a viable solution to our growing energy crisis. Peter is a member of the following professional associations: IEEE Power Engineering Society, World Affairs Council of San Diego, Union of Concerned Scientists, United Nations Association, and is an Honorary member of the Rancho Bernardo Sunrise Rotary Club. Mr. Meisen is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego (1976) with an Applied Mechanics and Engineering Sciences degree.