The World Energy & Meteorology Council (WEMC) was set up to build on the growing knowledge and expertise in weather and climate risk management for the energy industry. Working with our partners and members worldwide, WEMC brings together experts from the energy and climate science communities, to collaborate and share knowledge that can help create more sustainable, resilient and efficient energy systems.

PROJECTS

Current Projects

Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S)

Operational Service For The Energy Sector

Ongoing Collaborations

Completed Projects

Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S)

C3S Climate and Energy Education Demonstrator

Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S)

European Climatic Energy Mixes Demonstrator (ECEM)

LATEST NEWS

Teal tool is up to an artificial intelligence challenge

WEMC have just completed a short innovation project with the University of East Anglia (UEA). Experts from the UEA Computer Science department carried out a feasibility study of some exciting new Artificial Intelligence (AI) features for Teal, our flagship climate data application. Utilising the EIRA innovation voucher scheme allowed WEMC software engineers to work closely […]

SECLI-FIRM WEBINAR OVERVIEW: SHARING CLIMATE SERVICES KNOWLEDGE ACROSS EUROPE AND THE USA

Projects are at the core of WEMC work, and we lead on stakeholder engagement, communications and exploitation of results for the EU H2020 SECLI-FIRM Project, now in its final year. SECLI-FIRM aims to demonstrate how the use of improved climate forecasts, out to several months ahead, can add practical and economic value to decision-making processes […]

Teal Tool Version 1.7 Release – Regions, States and 2020 Data

The latest version 1.7 of the Teal tool is now online and free to explore! Teal is a free visual tool that enables you to explore climate variables and carbon emissions for the past 40+ years, from 1980 to near real time. Quite a bit has changed since the last update. Most notably, in addition […]

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