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ENERGY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

In 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which include a dedicated and stand-alone goal on energy, SDG 7, calling to “ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all". Energy lies at the heart of both the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all will open a new world of opportunities for billions of people through new economic opportunities and jobs, empowered women, children and youth, better education and health, more sustainable, equitable and inclusive communities, and greater protections from, and resilience to, climate change.

HIGH-LEVEL POLITICAL FORUM 2018 IN FOCUS

At High-Level Political Forum 2018, SDG 7 was reviewed in-depth under the overall theme "Transformation towards sustainable and resilient societies". Energy-related side events wiere held on the margins of the HLPF and sponsored by Member States, UN system and other intergovernmental organizations, Major Groups and other accredited stakeholders.

 

 

 

 

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Background Notes 29-Jun-2018
Background papers/Special studies 6-Nov-2016
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Concept Notes 4-Jun-2020
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Logistics 9-Jun-2005
Logistics 19-Dec-2014
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Meeting reports 17-Mar-1997
Meeting reports 15-Dec-2006
Meeting reports 27-Mar-2000
Meeting reports 24-Feb-2015
Meeting reports 18-Feb-1997
Meeting reports 24-Feb-2015
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Meeting reports 29-Sep-2015
Meeting reports 3-May-2007
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Outcome Documents 9-Jun-2005
Outcome Documents 29-Sep-2016
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Partnership Dialogues 22-Aug-2002
Pre-Conference Activities 30-Aug-2014
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Press releases 18-Jul-2014
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Programme 7-Dec-2016
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Programme 17-Jun-2016
Programme 4-Jun-2020
Programme 1-Dec-2016
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Programme 30-Aug-2016
Programme 8-Feb-2018
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Programme 17-Jun-2016
Programme 1-Dec-2016
Programme 17-Oct-2017
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Programme 11-Jul-2018
Provisional agenda 21-Nov-2014
Provisional agenda 21-Nov-2014
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Resolutions and decisions 13-Mar-2006
Resolutions and decisions 22-Feb-2008
Secretary-General Reports 14-Oct-2015
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Secretary-General Reports 17-Jul-2017
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Technical Support Team (TST) Issues Briefs 16-Oct-2013
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Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki-moon at the Pacific Islands Forum on Sustainable Energy 28-Aug-2012
Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki-moon during lunch at the Pacific Islands Forum on… 28-Aug-2012
Statement of H.E. Mr. Dmitry Medvedev, PM of Russia, at Rio+20 2-Oct-2012
Mr. Ivan Vera, UNDESA Closing Session 20-Oct-2017
Conference Summary statement by Dr. Ivan Vera, UN-Energy Secretary Closing Session 6-Dec-2013
Costa Rica Closing Statements from Participants 6-Feb-2015
Cuba Closing Statements from Participants 6-Feb-2015
Ecuador Closing Statements from Participants 6-Feb-2015
Guatemala Closing Statements from Participants 6-Feb-2015
Panama Closing Statements from Participants 6-Feb-2015
Brazil Closing Statements from Participants 6-Feb-2015
Major Group: Children & Youth Co-chairs' meetings with Major Groups 27-Nov-2013
Major Groups: Women’s, Children and Youth, Indigenous Peoples and NGOs Co-chairs' meetings with Major Groups 19-Jun-2014
Major Group: Women Co-chairs' meetings with Major Groups 26-Nov-2013
Major Group: Women Co-chairs' meetings with Major Groups 26-Nov-2013
Major Group: NGOs Co-chairs' meetings with Major Groups 27-Nov-2013
Sisters of Mercy and the Mining Working Group Co-chairs' meetings with Major Groups 27-Nov-2013
Equidad de Género, Gender Equity Co-chairs' meetings with Major Groups 27-Nov-2013
Commons Cluster Co-chairs' meetings with Major Groups 26-Nov-2013
Ghana Day 1 27-Jun-2016
International Energy Agency (IEA) Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Zambia Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Kenya Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Division for Sustainable Development (DSD) Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Senegal Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Division for Sustainable Development (DSD) Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Sierra Leone Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Gambia Day 1 27-Jun-2016
United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Day 1 27-Jun-2016
World Bank Group Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Togo Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Ethiopia Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Cameroon Day 1 27-Jun-2016
Uganda Day 1 27-Jun-2016
University of Leeds Day 2 28-Jun-2016
United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Day 2 28-Jun-2016
World Bank Group Day 2 28-Jun-2016
United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Day 2 28-Jun-2016
Sustainable Energy for All Day 2 28-Jun-2016
United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) Day 2 28-Jun-2016
International Energy Agency (IEA) Day 2 28-Jun-2016
Ralph D. Wahnschafft, Senior Advisor on Sustainable Development Policies Day 2 28-Jun-2016
Ralph D. Wahnschafft, Senior Advisor on Sustainable Development Policies Day 2 28-Jun-2016
Bhutan, Thailand and Viet Nam Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Denmark, Ireland and Norway Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs) Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Italy, Spain and Turkey Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Sri Lanka Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Iran Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Maldives Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Brazil and Nicaragua Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
France, Germany and Switzerland Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Australia, The Netherlands and United Kingdom Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Bulgaria and Croatia Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Cyprus, Singapore and United Arab Emirates Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Paraguay Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
China, Indonesia and Kazakhstan Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Poland and Romania Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Friends of Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development (FoISID) Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Peru and Mexico Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Montenegro and Slovenia Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Argentina, Bolivia and Ecuador Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Saudi Arabia Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Canada, Israel and United States of America Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Sweden Debate on Economic growth, Industrialization, Infrastructure, Energy 2-Apr-2014
Major Groups on Energy Dialogue with Major Groups 7-May-2014
Major Group: Women Dialogue with Major Groups 7-May-2014
Energy Balances - Introduction Economic Dimension 5-Feb-2015
Energy Balances – Applications Economic Dimension 5-Feb-2015
Economic and Social Dimensions of Sustainable Development Economic Dimension 5-Feb-2015
European Union Energy 26-Nov-2013
Major Group: Workers & Trade Energy 1-May-2006
Finland Energy 27-Feb-2007
India Energy 1-May-2007
Indonesia Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Farmers Energy 1-May-2007
Major Group: Children & Youth (Part 2) Energy 3-May-2006
Sudan Energy 2-May-2006
Nigeria Energy 27-Feb-2007
African Group Energy 6-Feb-2013
Norway Energy 1-May-2006
Brazil Energy 27-Feb-2007
Brazil Energy 1-May-2007
Canada Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Children & Youth Energy 27-Feb-2007
Bangladesh Energy 27-Nov-2013
Sri Lanka Energy 3-May-2006
Japan Energy 2-May-2006
Italy Energy 27-Feb-2007
Major Group: Children & Youth Energy 26-Nov-2013
Republic of Korea Energy 1-May-2007
Major Group: NGOs Energy 2-May-2006
United Kingdom Energy 27-Feb-2007
Major Group: Science & Technology Energy 26-Nov-2013
Romania and Poland Energy 26-Nov-2013
Cuba Energy 2-May-2006
Group of 77 & China Energy 27-Feb-2007
Indonesia Energy 1-May-2007
Japan Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: NGOs Energy 1-May-2007
Major Group: Farmers Energy 3-May-2006
Thailand Energy 2-May-2006
Norway Energy 27-Feb-2007
Bulgaria and Croatia Energy 27-Nov-2013
Energy, Environment and Development (EED) Energy 1-May-2006
Canada Energy 27-Feb-2007
Burundi Energy 1-May-2007
Cape Verde Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Business and Industry Energy 27-Nov-2013
Sweden Energy 3-May-2006
Kuwait Energy 2-May-2006
Japan Energy 27-Feb-2007
Saudi Arabia Energy 1-May-2007
Major Group: Science & Technology Energy 2-May-2006
Venezuela Energy 27-Feb-2007
Australia, The Netherlands and United Kingdom Energy 27-Nov-2013
Major Group: Women Energy 26-Nov-2013
Bhutan, Thailand and Viet Nam Energy 26-Nov-2013
European Commission Energy 2-May-2006
Iceland Energy 27-Feb-2007
Japan Energy 1-May-2007
Jordan Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Indigenous Peoples Energy 3-May-2006
United States of America Energy 2-May-2006
Papua New Guinea Energy 27-Feb-2007
Major Group: Farmers Energy 1-May-2006
Chile Energy 27-Feb-2007
Denmark Energy 1-May-2007
Colombia Energy 3-May-2006
Italy, Spain and Turkey Energy 27-Nov-2013
Thailand Energy 3-May-2006
Morocco Energy 2-May-2006
Jordan Energy 27-Feb-2007
Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) Energy 19-Dec-2013
Solomon Islands Energy 1-May-2007
Major Group: Women Energy 2-May-2006
Major Group: Business & Industry Energy 27-Feb-2007
France, Germany and Switzerland Energy 27-Nov-2013
European Union Energy 2-May-2006
India Energy 27-Feb-2007
Pacific Small Island Developing States (PSIDS) Energy 26-Nov-2013
Kazakhstan Energy 1-May-2007
Lesotho Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Science & Technology Energy 3-May-2006
Venezuela Energy 2-May-2006
Russia Energy 27-Feb-2007
UNDP Energy 1-May-2006
China Energy 27-Feb-2007
Egypt Energy 1-May-2007
Dominican Republic Energy 3-May-2006
Cyprus, Singapore and United Arab Emirates Energy 27-Nov-2013
Zimbabwe Energy 1-May-2007
Major Group: Business & Industry (Part 1) Energy 3-May-2006
Netherlands Energy 2-May-2006
Kenya Energy 27-Feb-2007
Algeria Energy 27-Feb-2007
Major Group: Workers & Trade Energy 1-May-2006
Major Group: Indigenous Peoples Energy 27-Feb-2007
New Zealand Energy 26-Nov-2013
Iceland Energy 2-May-2006
Indonesia Energy 27-Feb-2007
Mexico Energy 1-May-2007
Netherlands Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Women Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Business & Industry Energy 2-May-2006
Saudi Arabia Energy 27-Feb-2007
WHO Energy 1-May-2006
Costa Rica Energy 27-Feb-2007
Group of 77 & China Energy 1-May-2007
European Union Energy 3-May-2006
AOSIS Energy 1-May-2007
Major Group: Business & Industry (Part 2) Energy 3-May-2006
Norway Energy 2-May-2006
Mexico Energy 27-Feb-2007
Brazil and Nicaragua Energy 27-Nov-2013
Major Group: Women Energy 9-May-2007
Argentina Energy 27-Feb-2007
Australia Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Science & Technology Energy 27-Feb-2007
Italy Energy 2-May-2006
Iran Energy 27-Feb-2007
Republic of Korea Energy 27-Nov-2013
Norway Energy 1-May-2007
Norway Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Farmers Energy 2-May-2006
Senegal Energy 27-Feb-2007
Major Group: Women Energy 1-May-2006
European Union Energy 27-Feb-2007
Ghana Energy 1-May-2007
Iceland Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Business & Industry Energy 1-May-2007
Major Group: Children & Youth (Part 1) Energy 3-May-2006
Senegal Energy 2-May-2006
Netherlands Energy 27-Feb-2007
Montenegro and Slovenia Energy 25-Nov-2013
European Union Energy 1-May-2006
Australia Energy 27-Feb-2007
Australia Energy 1-May-2007
Azerbaijan Energy 3-May-2006
Major Group: Women Energy 27-Feb-2007
Norway, Denmark and Ireland Energy 27-Nov-2013
Jamaica Energy 2-May-2006
Israel Energy 27-Feb-2007
India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka Energy 26-Nov-2013
Papua New Guinea Energy 1-May-2007
Saudi Arabia Energy 3-May-2006
IUCN Energy 2-May-2006
South Africa Energy 27-Feb-2007
European Union Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Canada Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
WHO Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: Farmers Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Swaziland Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Indonesia Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Denmark Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: Workers & Trade Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: NGOs Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Uganda Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Japan Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
European Union Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
European Commission Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: Science & Technology Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: Business & Industry Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Jordan Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
France Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Australia Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: Workers & Trade Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: Children & Youth Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Morocco Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Norway Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Cuba Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: Farmers Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Pakistan Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Panama Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Dominican Republic Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Australia Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Major Group: NGOs Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Venezuela Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
South Africa Energy & Industry 5-May-2006
Finland Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Cyprus, Singapore and United Arab Emirates Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Montenegro and Slovenia Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Landlocked Developing Countries Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 7-May-2014
Greece Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Trinidad and Tobago Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
France, Germany and Switzerland Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Peru and Mexico Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 7-May-2014
Group of 77 and China Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Southern Africa Region Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 5-May-2014
Japan Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Romania Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Least Developed Countries (LDCs) Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Bhutan, Thailand and Viet Nam Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Sweden Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Bulgaria and Croatia Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
China, Indonesia and Kazakhstan Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Iran Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Latvia Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Bangladesh Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Italy, Spain and Turkey Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 7-May-2014
Denmark, Ireland and Norway Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Brazil and Nicaragua Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Pacific Small Island Developing States (PSIDS) Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Ethiopia Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Australia, The Netherlands and United Kingdom Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Maldives Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Iceland, Liechtenstein and New Zealand Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Canada, Israel and United States of America Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Denmark, Ireland and Norway Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Australia, The Netherlands and United Kingdom Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Austria Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Poland Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
India Energy Economic growth, employment and infrastructure 6-May-2014
Energy Indicators for Sustainable Development/UN Division for Sustainable Development… Energy Statistics and Indicators Efforts 4-Feb-2015
Energy statistics/UN Statistics Division (UNSD) Energy Statistics and Indicators Efforts 4-Feb-2015
Sustainable Energy for All Global Tracking Framework/World BanK Energy Statistics and Indicators Efforts 4-Feb-2015
Indonesia Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
India Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Major Group: NGOs Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Major Group: Business & Industry Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Japan Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Major Group: Children & Youth Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Japan Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Japan Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Major Group: Science & Technology Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Major Group: Children & Youth Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Senegal Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Indigenous Peoples Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Netherlands Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Kuwait Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Major Group: Women Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Major Group: Indigenous Peoples Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Switzerland Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Major Group: Workers & Trade Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Norway Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Netherlands Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Major Group: Workers & Trade Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Major Group: Science & Technology Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Thailand Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Sri Lanka Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Senegal Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Canada Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
European Union Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Major Group: Women Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
United Kingdom Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
United Kingdom Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Australia (Part 1) Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
South Africa Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
European Union Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
France Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 9-May-2006
Major Group: Business & Industry Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
International Cooperation through a Strong Partnership between ICLEI and Strategies for… Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
Australia (Part 2) Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 3-May-2006
Sweden Energy, Climate Change, Industry and Atmosphere 5-May-2006
UN-HABITAT on Energy Energy/Climate Change (CONT.) 2-May-2007
Malaysia Energy/Climate Change (CONT.) 2-May-2007
Major Group: Workers & Trade Energy/Climate Change (CONT.) 2-May-2007
South Africa Energy/Climate Change (CONT.) 2-May-2007
Major Group: Women on Energy Energy/Climate Change (CONT.) 2-May-2007
Turkey Energy/Climate Change (CONT.) 2-May-2007
United Kingdom Energy/Climate Change (CONT.) 2-May-2007
Zimbabwe Energy/Climate Change (CONT.) 2-May-2007
Environmental Dimension Environmental Dimension 5-Feb-2015
The importance of energy balances to estimate greenhouse gas emissions Environmental Dimension 5-Feb-2015
Jordan Health and population dynamics; Education and life-long learning 5-May-2014
Energy Efficiency Indicators: Fundamentals on Statistics IEA Programme 6-Feb-2015
OAPEC on Energy Industry 2-May-2007
Barry Worthington, United States Energy Association Keynote Speakers 17-Dec-2007
Steven Nadel, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE) Keynote Speakers 17-Dec-2007
Rob P. Kool, European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) Keynote Speakers 17-Dec-2007
Han Seung-soo, Former Foreign Minister of the Republic of Korea and Special Envoy on… Keynote Speakers 17-Dec-2007
Major Group: Women Major Groups 2-Apr-2014
Medios de Implementación y Nexos Means of Implementation and Energy Nexus 6-Feb-2015
Compiling Energy Statistics Based on IRES and the ESCM National Statistical Needs 6-Feb-2015
Costa Rica - Alvaro Aguilar Diaz, Ministerio de Ambiente y Energia National Statistical Programmes 4-Feb-2015
Brazil - Rogério Antônio da Silva Matos, Ministerio de Minas y Energía National Statistical Programmes 4-Feb-2015
Panama - Oscar Gálvez, Secretaría Nacional de Energía National Statistical Programmes 4-Feb-2015
Brazil - Jacqueline Barboza Mariano, Fuel Regulation, Brazilian Petroleum and Biofuels… National Statistical Programmes 4-Feb-2015
Ecuador - Janeth Cristina Castillo Jara, Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (… National Statistical Programmes 4-Feb-2015
Cuba - Sr. Guillermo Periera Hernandez, Ministerio de Energia y Minas, and Tomas Mariano… National Statistical Programmes 4-Feb-2015
Guatemala - Tamara Claudio, Ministerio de Energia y Minas National Statistical Programmes 24-Feb-2015
Costa Rica - Arturo Molina Soto, Direccion Sectorial de Energia National Statistical Programmes 4-Feb-2015
H.E. Tone Skogen, State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway Opening Remarks 18-Oct-2017
H.E. Ambassador Marie Chatardová, President of UN ECOSOC Opening Remarks 18-Oct-2017
Mr. Jean D’Aragon, Senior Sustainable Development Expert , UNOSD Opening Remarks 18-Oct-2017
Ivan Vera, Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA Opening Session 4-Feb-2015
Mr. Ivan Vera, Secretary of UN-Energy, Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA Opening Session 21-Jul-2016
Kathleen Abdalla, Division for Sustainable Development Opening Session 17-Dec-2007
Energy access in rural areas Presentations 2-Jun-2003
Power systems interconnection Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Regional Electricity Cooperation and Integration (RECI) Feasibility Assessment Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Dr. Mohamed El Sobki, Chairman, New and Renewable Energy Authority, Egypt’s Renewable… Presentations 18-Jul-2016
Harmonising the Regulatory Environment in Africa Presentations 2-Jun-2003
Financing interconnection projects Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Political/legal framework of interconnection Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Mr. Ivan Vera, Secretary of UN-Energy, Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA Presentations 18-Jul-2016
Regulatory Instruments to Advance Public Benefits Presentations 2-Jun-2003
Case study - interconnection of power systems in the Greater Mekong Sub-region Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Expert Group Meeting on the Sustainable Development Goal 7 and its Role in Mitigating… Presentations 14-Nov-2016
The challenges of operationalizing power pools in Africa Presentations 19-Jun-2005
A Third Way for the Electricity Industry Presentations 2-Jun-2003
Ms. Stefanie Schmid-Luebbert, Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Germany Presentations 18-Jul-2016
Market operational structures Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Regional market analysis Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Hydropower Development in Africa: Problems and Prospects Presentations 2-Jun-2003
Interconnected Systems Operating Conditions Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Resource development Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Overview, Challenges and Elements of Plan of Action Presentations 2-Jun-2003
Optimal sharing of benefits Presentations 19-Jun-2005
Science and Strategies to Drive Energy Access for Sustainable Development Goals Presentations 25-Nov-2013
We Care Solar Session 1 30-Jun-2016
Ms. Fiza Farhan Session 1 14-Dec-2016
Powering the Future BYD Session 1 14-Sep-2015
Mr. Malcolm Cosgrove Davies, Global Lead for Energy Access, World Bank Energy and… Session 1 21-Jul-2016
Pact Institute Session 1 14-Sep-2015
GerWeiss Motors Corporation Session 1 14-Dec-2016
Electricity Regulatory Authority of Uganda Session 1 14-Sep-2015
MASDAR Session 1 14-Sep-2015
Ms. Laura Cozzi, IEA Session 1 18-Oct-2017
KPIT Technologies Limited Session 1 14-Dec-2016
Medellin Mayor’s Office- Mobility and Transit Department Session 1 14-Dec-2016
Prof. Nebojsa Nakicenovic, IIASA Session 1 18-Oct-2017
Mr. Werner Obermeyer - World Health Organization Session 1 21-Jul-2016
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) Session 1 30-Jun-0000
Presentation from 2015 Grant Recipient, We Care Solar, Dr. Laura E. Stachel Session 1 30-Jun-2016
Eco-fuel Africa Session 1 14-Sep-2015
Mr. Marcel Alers, Head of Energy, UNDP Session 1 21-Jul-2016
MicroEnergy International GmbH Session 1 14-Sep-2015
Mr. Scott Foster, UN ECE Session 1 18-Oct-2017
The nexus between energy and health in rural areas Session 1: Leadership for Rural Energy Access High-Level Panel 12-Dec-2013
How can international cooperation contribute to Sustainable Energy for All Session 1: Leadership for Rural Energy Access High-Level Panel 4-Dec-2013
Dr. Ivan Vera, UN-Energy Secretary Session 1: Leadership for Rural Energy Access High-Level Panel 4-Dec-2013
Sustainable Energy for All Session 1: Leadership for Rural Energy Access High-Level Panel 4-Dec-2013
Mr. Atle Harby, SINTEF, Centre for Environmental Design of Renewable Energy, Norway Session 2 18-Oct-2017
Solar Sister, Ms. Neha Misra Session 2 30-Jun-2016
SNV Netherlands Development Organisation Session 2 15-Dec-2016
Ms. Djaheezah Subratty, UN Environment Session 2 19-Oct-2017
Mr. Erik Stensrud Marstein, IFE, Norwegian Centre for Sustainable Solar Cells… Session 2 18-Oct-2017
Solar Sister Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Strathmore Energy Research Centre, Mr. Izael Da Silva Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Ms. Angelica Shamerina, GEF Small Grants Programme, UNDP Session 2 21-Jul-2016
Parhelion Underwriting Limited, Mr. Julian H. Richardson Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Parhelion Underwriting Limited Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) Session 2 15-Sep-2015
Mr. Marcel Alers, UNDP Session 2 19-Oct-2017
Strathmore Energy Research Centre Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Ms. Yera Ortiz de Urbina, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) Session 2 21-Jul-2016
We Care Solar Session 2 15-Sep-2015
Ms. Nina Dahl, SINTEF, Centre for an Energy Efficient and Competitive Industry for… Session 2 19-Oct-2017
Self-Employed Women’s Association, Bharat, India Session 2 15-Sep-2015
GNR Dois Arcos Valorização de Biogás S.A., Mr. Marcio Schittini Pinto Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Sustainable Energy Africa (SEA), Ms. Yachika Reddy Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Strathmore Energy Research Centre, Centre for Research in Energy and Energy… Session 2 15-Sep-2015
SELCO – Mr. Sudipta Ghosh Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Motor Development International SA (MDI SA) Session 2 15-Dec-2016
SolarAid Session 2 15-Sep-2015
Division for Sustainable Development, UNDESA, Mr. Ivan Vera Session 2 30-Jun-2016
GNR Dois Arcos Valorização de Biogás S.A. Session 2 30-Jun-0000
Mr. Monga Mehlwana, UN ECA Session 2 18-Oct-2017
Sustainable Energy Africa (SEA) Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Village Energy, Mr. Jay Patel Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Mr. Adrian Whiteman, International Renewable Energy Agency Session 2 19-Oct-2017
SELCO Session 2 30-Jun-2016
South Asian Forum for Environment (SAFE) Session 2 15-Dec-2016
Powerhive Session 2 15-Sep-2015
Mr. Raymond Carlsen, Scatec Solar, Norway Session 2 18-Oct-2017
Village Energy Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Mr. Anders Blom, NorFund, Norway Session 2 19-Oct-2017
SINTEF Session 2 15-Dec-2016
MicroEnergy International, Ms. Mariana Daykova Session 2 30-Jun-2016
MicroEnergy International Session 2 30-Jun-2016
Bringing Israeli Innovation to African Villages Session 2: A Nexus Approach to Rural Energy Access 4-Dec-2013
Energy and Humanitarian Settings: Insights on the nexus between Energy & Crisis… Session 2: A Nexus Approach to Rural Energy Access 4-Dec-2013
At Innovation Africa we understand that without energy there is: Session 2: A Nexus Approach to Rural Energy Access 5-Dec-2013
Promoting Productive Use of Energy in the Framework of Energy Access Programmes Session 2: A Nexus Approach to Rural Energy Access 5-Dec-2013
Energy and Water Nexus Session 2: A Nexus Approach to Rural Energy Access 4-Dec-2013
Ms. Sara Pasquier, Energy Efficiency Programme Manager, IEA Session 3 21-Jul-2016
Solar Energy Foundation Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Pact, Inc., Mr. Matthew Tiedemann Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Pact Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Ms. Yamina Djacta, Director of UN-Habitat New York office Session 3 21-Jul-2016
Suntransfer Tech PLC, Mr. Yonas W. Cherenet Session 3 1-Jul-2016
RK Renew Energy PLC, Ms. Rekik B. Ayele Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Logistica PHOCOS Latin America Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Mr. Minoru Takada, UNDESA Session 3 20-Oct-2017
Suntransfer Tech PLC Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Mr. Pradeep Monga, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) Session 3 21-Jul-2016
Dr. Patrick Ho, Deputy Chairman and Secretary General, China Energy Fund Committee Session 3 20-Oct-2017
RK Renew Energy PLC Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Self-Employed Women’s Association, Bharat, Ms. Ruchi Sankrit Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Logistica PHOCOS Latin America, Mr. Ronald Cavero & Roberto Ayala Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Self-Employed Women’s Association Session 3 1-Jul-2016
Solar Energy Foundation, Mr. Samson T. Lemma Session 3 1-Jul-2016
IEC Family in Africa Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 5-Dec-2013
Renewable Energy Policies and Initiatives to Reduce Energy Poverty in Nepal Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 12-Dec-2013
IEC Family in Africa - Key Messages Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 5-Dec-2013
Enhanced Rural Energy Access by Partnerships (5Ps) in Asia and The Pacific Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 12-Dec-2013
Paper on An Innovative Financing Mechanism: Creating Access to Renewable Energy for Rural… Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 12-Dec-2013
Mainstreaming African Bioenergy Framework and Policy Guidelines Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 5-Dec-2013
Le mécanisme de financement des usagers finaux de services énergétiques Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 5-Dec-2013
The Challenge to Universal Access in Bolivia Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 5-Dec-2013
An Innovative Financing Mechanism: Creating Access to Renewable Energy for Rural… Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 12-Dec-2013
The African Rural Energy Enterprise Development (AREED) Programme Session 3: National, Regional and Global Programmes for Rural Energy Access 5-Dec-2013
Mr. Paul Quigley, Energy E xpert, UNHCR Session 4 21-Jul-2016
Ms. Roula Majdalani, Director, Sustainable Development and Productivity Division, ESCWA… Session 4 21-Jul-2016
Enabling factors for providing modern energy services to rural areas Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
The Mini-Grid Policy Toolkit Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
Forming the Policy and Regulatory Framework for Mini-grids Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
Mobile Enabled Offgrid Electrification Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
IDCOL Solar Home System Program Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas – Enabling Factors Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
Catalyzing Rural Energy Access - Kenyan experience Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
Small Hydropower in Rwanda Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
Value Chain of Pico PV Systems Session 4: Enabling Factors for Providing Modern Energy Services for Rural Areas 12-Dec-2013
Ms. Thelma Venichand, Stakeholder Relations Manager, Clean Star Mozambique Session 5: View of Practitioners of Rural Energy Supply 12-Dec-2013
Prime Cookstoves Session 5: View of Practitioners of Rural Energy Supply 13-Dec-2013
K.K.Chakarvarti, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Government of India Session I: Realizing Energy Efficiency in Industry: Policies and Cooperation Potentials 17-Dec-2007
Paul Kirai, Kenya Association of Manufacturers Session I: Realizing Energy Efficiency in Industry: Policies and Cooperation Potentials 17-Dec-2007
Yoo Seung –jick, Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI) Session I: Realizing Energy Efficiency in Industry: Policies and Cooperation Potentials 17-Dec-2007
Lee Jusu, Korea Investment Trust Management Company (KITMC) Session I: Realizing Energy Efficiency in Industry: Policies and Cooperation Potentials 17-Dec-2007
Bai Quan, Energy Efficiency Center (ERI, NDRC), China Session I: Realizing Energy Efficiency in Industry: Policies and Cooperation Potentials 17-Dec-2007
Kathryn Janda, University of Oxford Session II: Promoting Energy Efficient and Low Emissions Buildings, Urban Planning and Architecture 17-Dec-2007
Josie Close, Department of Architecture, University of Hong Kong Session II: Promoting Energy Efficient and Low Emissions Buildings, Urban Planning and Architecture 17-Dec-2007
Le Hoang Viet, ENERTEAM, Viet Nam Session II: Promoting Energy Efficient and Low Emissions Buildings, Urban Planning and Architecture 17-Dec-2007
Petar Kambarov, EnEFFECT, Bulgaria Session II: Promoting Energy Efficient and Low Emissions Buildings, Urban Planning and Architecture 17-Dec-2007
Anne Arquit Niederberger, Policy Solutions, USA/Switzerland Session III: Public Benefit Campaigns for Energy Efficiency 18-Dec-2007
Dharinee Jotikasthira, Consultant and Tanongsak Wongla, Ministry of Energy, Thailand Session III: Public Benefit Campaigns for Energy Efficiency 18-Dec-2007
Jing Hui, WWF China 1 Session III: Public Benefit Campaigns for Energy Efficiency 18-Dec-2007
Arnaldo Santos, GDSE, Macao, S.A.R. China Session III: Public Benefit Campaigns for Energy Efficiency 18-Dec-2007
Kim Kyung-hee, Consultant Session III: Public Benefit Campaigns for Energy Efficiency 18-Dec-2007
Rumai Chen, Shanghai Energy Conservation Supervision Center Session IV: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Lighting and Appliances 18-Dec-2007
Kim Yung-rae, Korea Energy Management Corporation (KEMCO) Session IV: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Lighting and Appliances 18-Dec-2007
Sommai Phon-Amnuaisuk, IIEC, Thailand Session IV: Promoting Energy Efficiency in Lighting and Appliances 18-Dec-2007
Astrid Martinez Ortiz, Empresa de Energia de Bogota, Colombia Session V: Perspectives for Greater Energy Efficiency in Transport 18-Dec-2007
Johnny Nahui Ortiz, CENERGIA, Peru Session V: Perspectives for Greater Energy Efficiency in Transport 18-Dec-2007
Jo Jun-haeng, The Korea Transport Institute (KOTI) Session V: Perspectives for Greater Energy Efficiency in Transport 18-Dec-2007
Mentor Poveda, Organization Latino-Americana de Energia – OLADE, Ecuador Session VI: Roundtable Discussion on Perspectives for North-South and South-South Cooperation in Energy Efficiency 18-Dec-2007
Sergey Surnin, Agency for Rational Energy Use and Ecology, Ukraine Session VI: Roundtable Discussion on Perspectives for North-South and South-South Cooperation in Energy Efficiency 18-Dec-2007
Anne Arquit Niederberger, Policy Solutions, USA/Switzerland Session VI: Roundtable Discussion on Perspectives for North-South and South-South Cooperation in Energy Efficiency 18-Dec-2007
Pranesh C. Saha, Energy Resources Section Session VII: Plenary Roundtable on Energy Efficiency, Energy Security and Climate Change Mitigation: Perspectives for Regional Cooperation 18-Dec-2007
Andrey Shastitko, Foundation “Bureau of Economic Analysis”, Russian Federation Session VII: Plenary Roundtable on Energy Efficiency, Energy Security and Climate Change Mitigation: Perspectives for Regional Cooperation 18-Dec-2007
Birles Aliyarov, Institute of Energy Study, Kazakhstan Session VII: Plenary Roundtable on Energy Efficiency, Energy Security and Climate Change Mitigation: Perspectives for Regional Cooperation 18-Dec-2007
Social Dimension Social Dimension 5-Feb-2015
Ken Yeang, Llewelyn Davies Yeang, Architects, Malaysia and United Kingdom Special Keynote 18-Dec-2007
Park Hi-Chun, Inha University, Republic of Korea Special Lecture 17-Dec-2007
Adnan Amin, Director General, International Renewable Energy Agency Statements 22-Feb-2018
H.E. Ambassador Marie Chatardová, President of UN Economic and Social Council Statements 22-Feb-2018
Sheila Oparaocha, Executive Director, ENERGIA, and Co-Facilitator, Ad Hoc Informal Multi… Statements 22-Feb-2018
H.E. Siri Jirapongphan, Minister of Energy, Thailand Statements 22-Feb-2018
Briefing to the EU: Promotion of New and Renewable Sources of Energy: Briefing on the SG… Statements 19-Jan-2009
WU Xuan, Chief Operation Officer, Global Energy Interconnection Development and Cooperation… Statements 22-Feb-2018
Shamshad Akhtar, Under-Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the Economic and… Statements 22-Feb-2018
Liu Zhenmin, Under-Secretary-General, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs Statements 22-Feb-2018
H.E. Marianne Hagen, State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway Statements 22-Feb-2018
Opening remarks Statements 2-Jun-2003
Fekitamoeloa Katoa ‘Utoikamanu, High Representative for the Least Developed Countries… Statements 22-Feb-2018
Opening remarks Statements 2-Jun-2003
Global Tracking Framework 2015 Sustainable Energy for All Global Tracking Framework 5-Feb-2015

Milestones

  • January 2018 SDG 7 Conference
    A global SDG 7 meeting was held from 21 to 23 February 2018 in Bangkok, UN ESCAP. The Global SDG 7 conference was co-convened by UN DESA, UN ESCAP and the Ministry of Energy of Thailand. The conference brought together key stakeholders from Governments, UN system and other international organizations, the private sector, and civil society to engage in a dialogue that emphasized the integrated and cross-cutting nature of sustainable energy and its multiple roles in supporting the achievement of the SDGs. The conference was generously supported by Norway, Republic of Korea, China, Germany, The Netherlands, the European Commission, ENERGIA, and Hivos.
  • January 2015 SDG 7
    Sustainable Development Goal 7 aims to "Ensure access to affordable, reliable and modern energy for all" ensuring universal access to affordable, reliable and modern energy services (7.1), increasing substantially the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix (7.2), doubling the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency (7.3), enhancing international cooperation to facilitate access to clean energy research and technology (7.a) and expanding infrastructure and upgrading technology (7.b).
  • January 2014 UN Decade of SE4All
    The United Nations have been working together with stakeholders in order to develop a more coordinated plan of action at global level to ensure progress on sustainable energy for all. The United Nations Decade of Sustainable Energy for All (2014-2024) represents a precious opportunity for all stakeholders to gather around a common platform to take further action and complement activities and synergies ensuring progress towards the overall objectives of sustainable energy for all.
  • Convened as a high-level meeting and organized by the UN SG Ban Ki-moon,the SE4All Forum marked the beginning of the United Nations Decade of Sustainable Energy for All 2014-2024, including its initial two year focus on Energy for Women, Children, and Health. On the last day of the Forum, more than 60 delegations attended the High-Level Dialogue on Energy in the Post-2015 Development Agenda.
  • Through the adoption of Resolution 65/151, the UN General Assembly established the year 2012 as the International Year of Sustainable Energy for All. This decision aimed at raising awareness about the importance of increasing sustainable access to energy, energy efficiency, and renewable energy at local, national, regional and international levels. Furthermore, it focused on the impact that energy services have on other sectors such as productivity, health, education, climate change, food and water security, and communication services. .
  • Future We Want recognizes the crucial role that energy plays in the development process, emphasizes the need to address the challenge of access to sustainable modern energy services for all and recognizes that improving energy efficiency, increasing the share of renewable energy and cleaner and energy-efficient technologies are important for sustainable development.
  • January 2011 SE4All Initiative
    In September 2011, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon launched Sustainable Energy for All as a global initiative aimed at achieving sustainable energy for all by 2030 and able to mobilize action from all sectors of society in support of three interlinked objectives: providing universal access to modern energy services; doubling the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency and doubling the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix.
  • CSD-15 recognized that energy was crucial for sustainable development and poverty eradication. The Commission agreed on the need to further diversify energy supply by developing advanced, cleaner, more efficient, affordable and cost-effective energy technologies.
  • CSD-14 convened in May 2006 and focused on the importance of energy use for the achievement of sustainable development, but also on its role as one of the main contributors to air pollution, atmospheric problems and greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, the Commission highlighted the need to further develop cleaner energy methods, technologies as well as to ensure access to modern energy services for cooking and heating and agreed on the need to provide a judicious mix of energy from all sources in order to meet the rising global energy demand with optimal efficiency, with advanced, cleaner fossil fuel technologies playing an important role.
  • January 2002 JPOI (Chap. 2.9)
    The Johannesburg Plan of Implementation (JPOI) addresses energy in the context of sustainable development. The JPOI calls, inter alia, for action to: (1) improve access to reliable, affordable, economically viable, socially acceptable and environmentally sound energy services; (2) recognize that energy services have positive impacts on poverty eradication and the improvement of standards of living; (3) develop and disseminate alternative energy technologies with the aim of giving a greater share of the energy mix to renewable energy and, with a sense of urgency, substantially increase the global share of renewable energy sources; (4) diversify energy supply by developing advanced, cleaner, more efficient and cost-effective energy technologies; (5) combine a range of energy technologies, including advanced and cleaner fossil fuel technologies to meet the growing need for energy services; (6) accelerate the development, dissemination and deployment of affordable and cleaner energy efficiency and energy conservation technologies and (7) take action, where appropriate, to phase out subsidies in this area that inhibit sustainable development.