UK energy architecture misses out on global top ten
The UK has the 11th highest performing energy infrastructure in the world, according to the World Economic Forum, reports Utility Week.
The think-tank, in collaboration with consultancy Accenture, scored countries on 18 indicators across three themes. The UK came 13th in energy access and security, 27th in economic growth and development and 32nd for environmental sustainability.
Norway topped the Energy Architecture Performance Index, followed by New Zealand, France and Sweden.Colombia and Costa Rica were the only two non-OECD countries in the top ten.