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Resources from the Seventh Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM7)

Browse presentations, reports, summary documents, videos, and other resources from the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial, held 1–2 June 2016 in San Francisco, California, USA.

Presentations

Bloomberg New Energy Finance: New Energy Outlook 2016

Bloomberg New Energy Finance: New Energy Outlook 2016
At the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial, Michael Liebreich of Bloomberg New Energy Finance reported on recent trends in clean energy finance and investment around the world.

REN21 2016 Renewables Global Status Report

REN21 2016 Renewables Global Status Report
At the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial, Arthouros Zervos, Chair of the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21), presented on the REN21 Renewables 2016 Global Status Report.

The CEM – Thoughts of the Past 6 Years and Thoughts for the Next 6 Years

The CEM – Thoughts of the Past 6 Years and Thoughts for the Next 6 Years
Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu gave a keynote address at the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial, discussing the status of clean energy goals and strategies that have been effective thus far in moving us toward those goals.

Tracking Clean Energy Progress: Setting the Scene for the Clean Energy Ministerial

Tracking Clean Energy Progress: Setting the Scene for the Clean Energy Ministerial
At the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial, Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), provided an overview of clean energy progress based on the IEA’s 2016 Energy Technology Perspectives.

World Energy Trilemma 2016: Defining Measures to Accelerate the Energy Transition

World Energy Trilemma 2016: Defining Measures to Accelerate the Energy Transition
At the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial, Joan MacNaughton, Executive Chair of the World Energy Council Trilemma Study Group, provided an overview of the Group’s 2016 report.
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Reports

Public–Private Roundtables at the Seventh Clean Energy Ministerial

Public–Private Roundtables at the Seventh Clean Energy Ministerial
This report summarizes outcomes from the four public–private roundtables held as part of the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM7) in San Francisco, California, United States, in June 2016, capturing the key messages and recommendations of the government and private-sector leaders who participated in the discussions.

Renewables 2016 Global Status Report

Renewables 2016 Global Status Report
The REN21 Renewables Global Status Report provides an annual look at the advances in renewable energy markets, policy frameworks and industries globally.

Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2016

Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2016
The annual ‌Tracking Clean Energy Progress report, an excerpt of the publication Energy Technology Perspectives, highlights the development and deployment of key clean energy technologies year on year. The report tracks the evolution of select technologies and sectors against the interim 2025 targets of the International Energy Agency (IEA) 2°C Scenario.

World Energy Trilemma 2016

World Energy Trilemma 2016
The 2016 World Energy Trilemma report aims to support policymakers in the complex task of translating the trilemma goals of energy security, energy equity, and environmental sustainability into implementation actions. The 2016 report identifies five areas where countries have focused efforts to drive progress on the energy trilemma goals and, in each focus area, analyzes selected policy tools and highlights the barriers from policy design to implementation.
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Videos

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.

Clean Energy Ministerial Focuses on ISO 50001 for Low-Carbon Development

Clean Energy Ministerial Focuses on ISO 50001 for Low-Carbon Development
In this interview, Graziella Siciliano, Coordinator of the Clean Energy Ministerial's (CEM's) Energy Management Working Group, discusses CEM's efforts to accelerate broad use of ISO 50001, the benefits of wide adoption of ISO 50001 around the world, obstacles hindering global energy efficiency improvements, and the importance of international collaboration. 

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.

National Programs to Build Capacity for Effective ISO 50001 Implementation in North America

National Programs to Build Capacity for Effective ISO 50001 Implementation in North America

This paper will present activities across North America related to effective implementation of ISO 50001. The range of program activities will be described, with a special focus on 1) personnel credentialing programs, and 2) developing a methodology to predict energy savings and GHG reductions resulting from future ISO 50001 implementation. Analysis of data will be provided, supporting the value of competency-based personnel certification in achieving robust implementation outcomes. Additionally, a methodology for predicting ISO 50001 GHG impacts, developed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and under review by the ISO 50001 Global Research Network, will be presented.

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