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The International Energy  Agency  is an autonomous  intergovernmental organization  established in 1974. The IEA  acts as a policy adviser to its  member states. The Agency's  mandate has broadened to focus  on the "3Es" of sound energy policy: energy security,  economic development, and environmental protection.  The IEA has a broad role in promoting alternate energy  sources (including renewable energy), rational energy  policies, and multinational energy technology co-  operation.
European Energy Network  is a voluntary network of  European energy agencies which aims at promoting  sustainable energy good and best practice. EnR also  strengthens cooperation between members and other key  European actors on all sustainable energy issues (energy  efficiency, sustainable transport and renewable energy). In the Top energy websites you can find a list of  important energy organisations. 
The World Energy Council  (WEC) is the foremost  multi-energy organisation in the world  today. WEC has Member Committees  in nearly 100 countries, including most  of the largest energy-producing and  energy consuming countries.  Established in 1923; the organisation  covers all types of energy, including  coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, hydro, and renewables.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting  Countries (OPEC) is a permanent, intergovernmental  Organization, created on 1960, by Iran, Iraq, Kuwait,  Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. The five Founding Members  were later joined by nine other Members. OPEC has its  headquarters in Vienna. OPEC's objective is to co-ordinate and unify petroleum  policies among Member Countries, in order to secure fair  and stable prices for petroleum producers; an efficient,  economic and regular supply of petroleum to consuming  nations; and a fair return on capital to those investing in  the industry.
European Commission : Energy is what makes  Europe tick. It is essential, then, for the European Union  (EU) to address the major energy challenges facing us  today, i.e. climate change, our increasing dependence on  imports, the strain on energy resources and access for all  users to affordable, secure energy. The EU is putting in place an ambitious energy policy –  covering the full range of energy sources from fossil fuels  (oil, gas and coal) to nuclear energy and renewables  (solar, wind, biomass, geothermal, hydro-electric and  tidal) – in a bid to spark a new industrial revolution that  will deliver a low-energy economy, whilst making the  energy we do consume more secure, competitive and  sustainable.
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) is  a department of the United States government concerned  with the United States' policies regarding energy. Its  responsibilities include the nation's energy conservation,  energy-related research and domestic energy production. DOE also sponsors more basic and applied scientific  research than any other US federal agency; most of this  is funded through its system of United States Department  of Energy National Laboratories. 
EUROPE´S ENERGY PORTAL offers information and  statistics about energy in the different countries of Europe.  Yo will find practical data about renewables, efficiency,  energy prices, publications, etc. 
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