Reforming governments across major emerging economies should push forward with policies to address high energy intensity, corrosive energy subsidies, and encourage wider investment. This insight was highlighted in the World Economic Forum’s Global Energy Architecture Performance Index Report 2015, released in collaboration with Accenture.
The annual index, designed to help countries address challenges and identify opportunities across their energy systems, benchmarks the energy architecture of 125 countries based on their ability to provide energy access across three dimensions of the energy triangle – affordability, environmental sustainability, and security and access. This year’s report focuses on energy reforms in major emerging economies, drawing on examples from Brazil, China, Colombia, India, Indonesia, and Nigeria.
Read the report [PDF, 2.4 MB]