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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.

Clean Energy Trends

Clean Energy Trends
At the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial, Nathaniel Bullard of Bloomberg New Energy Finance reported on recent trends in clean energy investment around the world.

Tracking Clean Energy Progress Presentation

Tracking Clean Energy Progress Presentation
At the fifth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM5), Maria van der Hoeven of the International Energy Agency presented Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2014, calling on the energy sector to more actively transform the energy system to meet long term security, economic, and climate goals, and arguing that a sustainable electricity system will need to be smarter, more unified, and more integrated.
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Reports

Accelerating the Uptake of CCS

Accelerating the Uptake of CCS

This report investigates existing and emerging uses of CO2 and reviews the potential to capture and reuse CO2 for industrial applications in order to accelerate development and commercial deployment of CCS. 

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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Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) Action Group Recommendations to the Clean Energy Ministerial

Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) Action Group Recommendations to the Clean Energy Ministerial
At CEM2, the Carbon Capture, Use and Storage (CCUS) Action Group presented energy ministers with eight concrete, near-term actions to accelerate the global deployment of carbon capture and storage.
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Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Action Group Fact Sheet

Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Action Group Fact Sheet

This fact sheet, published during CEM5, describes the CCUS initiative goals, activities, achievements, and participating governments.


Funding Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries

Funding Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries

This report presents the key messages and recommendations of a Working Group on CCS Funding Mechanisms for Developing Countries.

Global Action to Advance Carbon Capture and Storage: A Focus on Industrial Applications

Global Action to Advance Carbon Capture and Storage: A Focus on Industrial Applications
At CEM4, the CCUS Action Group released a report highlighting opportunities and recommended global actions for advancing carbon capture and storage in industrial applications. 

Global CCS Institute

The Global CCS Institute is a not-for-profit company working to accelerate the development, demonstration and deployment of CCS globally.

Global Status of CCS

Global Status of CCS

This report provides an update to the third Clean Energy Ministerial on the global status of CCS in 2012. 

Making the Case for Funding Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries

Making the Case for Funding Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries

This report reviews progress in meeting recommendations made in the report Funding Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries.

Tracking Progress in Carbon Capture and Storage

Tracking Progress in Carbon Capture and Storage

This report tracks the progress made toward the seven recommendations made by the Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Action Group at the second Clean Energy Ministerial.  

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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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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