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Resources from the First Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM1)

Browse presentations, reports, summary documents, videos, and other resources from the first Clean Energy Ministerial, held 19–20 July 2010, in Washington, DC.

Presentations

Achieving Clean Energy Economies Through Accelerated International Action

Achieving Clean Energy Economies Through Accelerated International Action
Presentation by Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director of the IEA, at the first Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM1) meeting, held in Washington, DC in 2010. 

Driving Global Progress on Clean Energy

Driving Global Progress on Clean Energy
In this presentation at the first Clean Energy Ministerial meeting in 2010, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced major initiatives launched by participating governments. 

Scaling up Clean Energy

Scaling up Clean Energy
At the first Clean Energy Ministerial meeting in 2010, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu called for collaborative efforts among the world’s major economies to accelerate the clean energy revolution. 
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Summary Documents

Chair’s Summary of the First Clean Energy Ministerial

Chair’s Summary of the First Clean Energy Ministerial
The chair’s summary of the first Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM1).

Summary Fact Sheet: Clean Energy Ministerial 1

Summary Fact Sheet: Clean Energy Ministerial 1
This fact sheet describes the 11 clean energy initiatives launched by 24 participating governments at the first Clean Energy Ministerial meeting in Washington, DC in 2010. 
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Videos

Accelerating Energy Management Globally

Accelerating Energy Management Globally
Though national policies and programs to drive EnMS implementation vary, members of the EMWG are successfully collaborating on projects to build and improve the business case for energy management, workforce capacity, and measurement and verification. This paper describes a variety of EMWG projects.

Driving Progress: Principles and Ambitions of the CEM

Driving Progress: Principles and Ambitions of the CEM
Rick Duke of the U.S. Department of Energy speaks at the “High-Impact Energy Efficiency” event organized by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, describing the U.S. Energy Department’s coordination efforts on energy efficiency within the G-20 and the formation of the Clean Energy Ministerial.

Excerpt from Closing Remarks at CEM1

Excerpt from Closing Remarks at CEM1
This video shows an excerpt from the closing remarks made by U.S. Secretary of Energy Chu at the first Clean Energy Ministerial meeting in Washington, DC.

Global LEAP Hosts Off-Grid Appliance Networking Event in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Global LEAP Hosts Off-Grid Appliance Networking Event in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Leading companies in the solar home system and off-grid appliance markets recently gathered in Dhaka, Bangladesh, for an off-grid appliance industry networking event hosted by Global LEAP. The event provided an essential venue for industry members to share information about super-efficient, high-quality off-grid appliances and identify new business opportunities, which can help accelerate the growth of off-grid clean energy markets in Bangladesh and around the world.

The benefits of creating a cross-country data framework for energy efficiency

The benefits of creating a cross-country data framework for energy efficiency

This paper presents a new data standard for reporting energy performance and related product information that can be adopted internationally. 

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