In 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, 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. Achieving SDG7 will open a new world of opportunities for millions 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. The Global Roadmap for Accelerated SDG 7 Action resulting from the High-level Dialogue on Energy 2021 provides a guide for collective action on energy across sectors.
DESA supports these efforts by providing secretariat services for intergovernmental discussions on energy, by conducting and facilitating relevant policy analysis, and by engaging in the required capacity building.
DESA serves as the Secretariat for UN-Energy.
DESA convenes the SDG7 Technical Advisory Group.
As the Secretariat of UN-Energy, DESA facilitates the Energy Compacts.
|Title||Category||Date Sort ascending|
|Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF)||Session 2||15-Sep-2015|
|We Care Solar||Session 2||15-Sep-2015|
|Self-Employed Women’s Association, Bharat, India||Session 2||15-Sep-2015|
|Strathmore Energy Research Centre, Centre for Research in Energy and Energy…||Session 2||15-Sep-2015|
|Powering the Future BYD||Session 1||14-Sep-2015|
|Pact Institute||Session 1||14-Sep-2015|
|Electricity Regulatory Authority of Uganda||Session 1||14-Sep-2015|
|Eco-fuel Africa||Session 1||14-Sep-2015|
|MicroEnergy International GmbH||Session 1||14-Sep-2015|
|Guatemala - Tamara Claudio, Ministerio de Energia y Minas||National Statistical Programmes||24-Feb-2015|
|Panama||Closing Statements from Participants||6-Feb-2015|
|Ecuador||Closing Statements from Participants||6-Feb-2015|