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.


Tech Blog – Bridging the Weather Divide: DARAJA Project Empowers Tanzanian Communities with the Teal Tool

In a ground-breaking move to enhance climate resilience and empower vulnerable communities in Tanzania, the Developing Risk Awareness Through Joint Action (DARAJA) project was unveiled. This ambitious initiative, led by the Centre for Community Initiatives (CCI), made its debut before esteemed government institutions in Tanzania, including the Vice President’s Office (Division of Environment and Climate [...]

Tech Blog: The upcoming rainy season for 2023: When will the rains begin in South-East Africa?

FOCUS-Africa is a H2020 EU funded project which is developing tailored climate services in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region. The World Energy and Meteorology Council (WEMC) is a contributing partner across various case studies and work packages. Building upon our recent work on the understanding of southeast African Monsoon variability and its predictability [...]

Meet the Confirmed ICEM 2023 Speakers

We are thrilled to announce the plenary speakers for the upcoming International Conference Energy and Meteorology (ICEM) 2023, to be held from 27-29 June near Padua, Italy. ICEM is the premier conference that brings together experts, researchers, and practitioners from around the world to discuss the latest advancements and innovations at the intersection of energy [...]


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