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Resources from the Fifth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM5)

Browse presentations, reports, summary documents, videos, and other resources from the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial, held 12–13 May 2014 in Seoul, Korea.

Presentations

10 Breakthrough Energy Technologies

10 Breakthrough Energy Technologies
At the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM5), Nam Sung Ahn, President, Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning described 10 breakthrough energy technologies that can transform our clean energy future.

2017 Global Energy Management Awards Program Launches, Now Accepting Entries

2017 Global Energy Management Awards Program Launches, Now Accepting Entries
Announced today, the 2017 CEM Energy Management Leadership Awards will raise global awareness of the benefits of energy management and accelerate uptake of these systems to support corporate, national, and global climate goals. Organizations that have an ISO 50001-certified energy management system may compete for these prestigious awards. The submission deadline is 24 January 2017.

Clean Energy Ministerial Publication Wins Communication Award

Clean Energy Ministerial Publication Wins Communication Award

The Public-Private Roundtables at the Fourth Clean Energy Ministerial report earned an award of excellence from the Society for Technical Communication

Drive to (ISO) 50001: Campaign and Awards Spur Commitment

Drive to (ISO) 50001: Campaign and Awards Spur Commitment
Wide energy management systems (EnMS) adoption will deliver energy, economic, and sustainability benefits to companies, communities, and countries around the world. Responding to the powerful—but largely untapped—potential, the Energy Management Working Group (EMWG), an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) and the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC), seeks to accelerate broad use of EnMS in industry and commercial buildings worldwide.

EMWG Works with Commission for Environmental Cooperation to Launch Novel Trilateral Energy Efficiency Initiative

EMWG Works with Commission for Environmental Cooperation to Launch Novel Trilateral Energy Efficiency Initiative
The Commission for Environmental Cooperation, with the support of the Clean Energy Ministerial’s Energy Management Working Group (EMWG), is spearheading an innovative pilot program to help North American companies reduce their energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The North American Energy Management Pilot Program includes energy management training and coaching to implement the ISO 50001 standard. Companies can find more information on the CEC Energy Program webpage. The application deadline is 8 January 2016.

Energy Management Campaign Launches at Seventh Clean Energy Ministerial

Energy Management Campaign Launches at Seventh Clean Energy Ministerial
An international assembly of high-level clean energy leaders attending the 7th Clean Energy Ministerial launched the Energy Management Campaign, a new, high-level international effort to promote ISO 50001, the global energy management system standard. The Energy Management Campaign is a call to action—urging governments, business, industry, and other key partners to use the ISO 50001 standard as a transparent mechanism to demonstrate progress towards climate and energy goals. The Campaign aims to achieve 50,001 global certifications to ISO 50001 by 2020.

Energy Management Leadership Awards: Read Application Tips and Meet the Judges

Energy Management Leadership Awards: Read Application Tips and Meet the Judges
Organizations around the world with ISO 50001-certified energy management systems are encouraged to showcase their accomplishments through a prestigious awards program from the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM). Top winners will be honored at the eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) meeting in Beijing, China, attended by energy ministers and corporate leaders from around the globe. This blog provides tips for successful entries and a list of the international experts who will judge applications.

Energy Management Systems (EnMS) Practitioner's Toolbox Fact Sheet

Energy Management Systems (EnMS) Practitioner's Toolbox Fact Sheet
This fact sheet describes an internationally-vetted online toolbox that is currently being developed by the Energy Management Working Group (EMWG) of the Global Superior Energy Performance Partnership (GSEP), in partnership with the Institute for Industrial Productivity. The EnMS Practitioner’s Toolbox will contain a practical suite of proven and cost-effective tools, measures, and activities to improve energy efficiency through effective energy management.

Energy Performance Database Fact Sheet

Energy Performance Database Fact Sheet
The Energy Management Working Group (EMWG) of the Global Superior Energy Performance Partnership (GSEP) is creating a global Energy Performance Database (EPD) that will collect and organize energy performance data submitted by member countries. This fact sheet describes how you can contribute to this valuable tool that will allow participating countries to gain a more detailed understanding of the drivers and barriers to effective energy management system (EnMS) implementation through data sharing.

General Dynamics Case Study Highlights Energy Management Success in Federal Facility

General Dynamics Case Study Highlights Energy Management Success in Federal Facility
General Dynamics implemented a robust energy management system that enabled it to improve energy performance by 11.9% at its Scranton, PA, plant and to become the first U.S. defense contractor to be certified to the U.S. Superior Energy Performance (SEP) program.

Global Awards Program Recognizes Leadership in Energy Management

Global Awards Program Recognizes Leadership in Energy Management
Thirty-seven organizations across 21 countries have been selected for global recognition as part of the second annual Energy Management Leadership Awards program sponsored by the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM), a high-level international forum that promotes clean energy.

Global Awards Program to Recognize Leadership in Energy Management

Global Awards Program to Recognize Leadership in Energy Management
The inaugural Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) Energy Management Leadership Awards will recognize organizations using an ISO 50001-certified energy management system to save energy and reduce costs. To enter the competition, an organization must submit a copy of its ISO 50001 certificate and a structured case study, which will be evaluated by an independent panel of international experts. Three organizations will receive the prestigious CEM Award of Excellence for Energy Management and will be recognized at an awards ceremony during the Seventh Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM7) meeting in San Francisco on June 2, 2016.

GSEP Energy Management Working Group Releases International Case Studies Demonstrating Energy Management Successes

GSEP Energy Management Working Group Releases International Case Studies Demonstrating Energy Management Successes
Five new case studies provide an in-depth look at energy management investments and outcomes for several companies in Australia and the United States, highlighting energy management as an opportunity for organizations to significantly reduce energy use while maintaining or boosting productivity.  

GSEP Promoting Workforce Training Programs that Advance Proficiency in Energy Management

GSEP Promoting Workforce Training Programs that Advance Proficiency in Energy Management
GSEP is helping countries refine and accelerate the development of effective programs that prepare their workforce to both successfully implement and manage energy management systems.

GSEP Releases Guidance on Energy Performance Measurement and Verification

GSEP Releases Guidance on Energy Performance Measurement and Verification

The Global Superior Energy Performance Energy Management Working Group recently released a document that provides practical guidance on the measurement and verification (M&V) of energy performance data. The document covers all critical aspects of energy data M&V, including minimum reporting measures, formats, statistical methods, data quality levels, cost implications, and strategies for managing uncertainty.

GSEP Releases Guidance to Assist M&V Practitioners in Calculating and Reporting on Energy Savings

GSEP Releases Guidance to Assist M&V Practitioners in Calculating and Reporting on Energy Savings

A new guide published by the Global Superior Energy Performance (GSEP) Energy Management Working Group will help organizations around the world assess the impacts of energy efficiency projects. The guide offers practical, step-by-step instructions on performing measurement and verification (M&V) for a project and helps quantify energy savings.

ISO 50001 Auditor Certification Scheme Fact Sheet

ISO 50001 Auditor Certification Scheme Fact Sheet
Establishment of a consensus-based, internationally relevant certification scheme for ISO 50001 Auditors will result in greater consistency and higher value in the implementation of ISO 50001. This fact sheet describes a new activity by the Energy Management Working Group (EMWG) of the Global Superior Energy Performance Partnership (GSEP) that focuses on the need for knowledge and skills to effectively conduct audits of organizations seeking certification to ISO 50001.

ISO 50001 Highlights from COP22

ISO 50001 Highlights from COP22
The Clean Energy Ministerial’s Energy Management Working Group and its work to raise the visibility of ISO 50001 as a key tool for climate action were featured at the 22nd session of the Conference of the Parties (COP22), held November 7–18 in Marrakech, Morocco. Established in 2011, ISO 50001 transforms the way organizations manage energy, offering companies a comprehensive approach to continually improve energy performance, sustainability, and the bottom line.

Knowledge and Skills Needed to Implement Energy Management Systems in Industry and Commercial Buildings

Knowledge and Skills Needed to Implement Energy Management Systems in Industry and Commercial Buildings
This multi-country analysis examines workforce programs for EnMS professionals in five of eleven GSEP countries: Australia, Japan, Republic of Korea, South Africa, and the United States. This report identifies relevant knowledge and skills for key personnel that can influence energy management decisions and identifies common professional development models such as awareness raising, continuing education, and professional credentialing programs. Noteworthy examples from additional GSEP countries, including Canada, are also included.

New Commitments Highlight Progress of Energy Management Campaign at Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial

New Commitments Highlight Progress of Energy Management Campaign at Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial
Partners shared their newest commitments to the Energy Management Campaign with an international assembly of high-level clean energy leaders attending the 8th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8), which took place June 6–8 in Beijing, China. One of the highlights of the three-day event, the Campaign aims, by 2020, to achieve 50,001 global certifications to ISO 50001, the global energy management system standard. During related CEM8 events, governments, global business leaders, and other key partners outlined concrete actions they will take to promote ISO 50001 and make progress towards climate and energy goals.
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Reports

Assessing and Accelerating Electric Vehicle Deployment in India

Assessing and Accelerating Electric Vehicle Deployment in India
EVI is providing analytical research support to the Government of India to develop policies and plans under the Nation Mission on Electric Mobility (NMEM). The report presents an assessment of the real-world environmental and economic benefits and costs of meeting the passenger car targets of NMEM and beyond; and optimal siting of public EV charging stations in the New Delhi metropolitan region.

Carbon Capture and Storage: Building on Recent Progress

Carbon Capture and Storage: Building on Recent Progress

This document provides five key messages for ministers attending CEM5 on carbon capture and storage (CCS) and reviews progress towards the 7 recommendations made to ministers in 2011.

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econValue: The Socio-economic Benefits of Solar and Wind Energy

econValue: The Socio-economic Benefits of Solar and Wind Energy
This report highlights approaches for measuring the economic value, such as jobs and tax revenues, created from the deployment of solar and wind energy technologies

Public-Private Roundtables at the Fifth Clean Energy Ministerial

Public-Private Roundtables at the Fifth Clean Energy Ministerial
Public-Private Roundtables at the Fifth Clean Energy Ministerial summarizes key outcomes from the six public-private roundtables that were held as part of the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM5) in Seoul in May 2014. The report captures the ideas and recommendations of the government and private sector leaders who participated in the discussions.

Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2014

Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2014
Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2014 reviews progress in 12 energy areas & makes recommendations to governments on how to scale up deployment of these technologiesThe report also examines the rapid growth in electronic devices & their impact on electricity use.
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Summary Documents

Briefing Paper: Clean Energy Ministerial

Briefing Paper: Clean Energy Ministerial

Prepared for the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial, this briefing paper provides an overview of the Clean Energy Ministerial, including its goals, participants, and initiatives.

CEM: Key Results and Impacts

CEM: Key Results and Impacts
This document, prepared for the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial, describes the CEM initiatives' key accomplishments from the CEM's inception (in 2010) through March 2014. 

Chair's Summary, Fifth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM5)

Chair's Summary, Fifth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM5)

Chair's summary of the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial, held 12-13 May 2014, in Seoul, Republic of Korea. 

World Energy Leaders Highlight Progress and Announce New Actions on Clean Energy at Fifth Clean Energy Ministerial

World Energy Leaders Highlight Progress and Announce New Actions on Clean Energy at Fifth Clean Energy Ministerial

On 12–13 May, energy leaders from the world’s largest economies and others gathered in Seoul for the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM5) to strategize next steps in their efforts to accelerate the deployment of clean and efficient energy. Energy ministers and other high-level delegates highlighted progress made through the Ministerial’s collaborative initiatives and announced new and expanded actions that will enhance clean energy supply, improve energy efficiency, and expand clean energy access around the world. 

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