professionals to join its Future Energy Leaders’ programme – the
FEL-100, which is designed to help shape, inspire and grow our energy
leaders of tomorrow. If you’re under 35 and think you’ve got what it
takes to shape the future of energy, WEC wants to hear from you!
is a prime opportunity for young professionals to become one of the
Council’s key communities. Our Future Energy Leaders (FELS), form a
community of exceptional young professionals who share a commitment to
shaping the global energy agenda.
individuals from across the globe who represent diverse players within
the energy sector including government, academia, civil society,
industry as well as social entrepreneurs.
- Contribute to the World Energy Council’s global energy dialogue
- Help shape energy solutions for tomorrow
- Support the development of balanced policy frameworks
year the number of applicants is greater than the number of spaces
available and the number of applications grows. Therefore, only the
strongest candidates will be selected by the Nominations Committee of
the FEL Board, taking into account the diversity of gender, background
a solid interest and proven track record in energy; the CV indicates a
specific achievement and the potential to become a leader in the energy
- Hold a bachelor’s degree or higher
- Have a minimum of 3 years full-time post-graduate and professional experience in an energy-related field
highly motivated to work with the World Energy Council and ready to
show commitment to become a member of the FEL-100, remaining engaged for
at least one year
- Possess an advanced level of English, as the programme and all communications will be delivered in English
- Not be more than 35 years old at the time of application (born on or after February 1982).
In order to guarantee the quality and continuity of the programme, each
selected individual is initially taken on board for one year.
Afterwards the opportunity to remain in the programme is offered to
those able to demonstrate commitment and involvement. At the end of
their tenure, programme participants will receive a certificate and will
join the FEL-Alumni community to remain part of the World Energy
Council’s global network.