Clean Energy Ministerial 5 (CEM5)
12–13 May 2014, Seoul, Korea
The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) recognizes the fact that the clean energy transition will require governments, the private sector, and other stakeholders to intensify our work together, with each of us bringing our respective abilities, strengths, and resources to the table. To that end, the CEM prominently features public-private roundtables that provide an opportunity for ministers, senior government officials, international business leaders, and experts from nongovernmental organizations to engage in candid dialogue on key clean energy issues.
The fifth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM5) featured six clean energy roundtables on the following topics:
The key outcomes and recommendations from the roundtables will be summarized and published in a report following CEM5.