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Resources from the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8)

Browse presentations, reports, summary documents, videos, and other resources from the eighth Clean Energy Ministerial, held 6–8 June 2017 in Beijing, China.

Presentations

CEM8 Scene Setter

CEM8 Scene Setter
Dr. Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), provided the Scene Setter for the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8).

The Green Entrepreneurial State

The Green Entrepreneurial State
At the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial, Dr. Mariana Mazzucato, Professor in the Economics of Innovation and Public Value at University College London, presented on sector roles in energy investment and innovation.

World Energy Issues Monitor 2017

World Energy Issues Monitor 2017
At the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8), Dr. Christoph Frei, Secretary General of the World Energy Council, presented on the most recent World Energy Issues Monitor, which provides an overview of today’s energy-related issues.
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Reports

Clean Energy Ministerial 8 Roundtables Summary Report

Clean Energy Ministerial 8 Roundtables Summary Report

This report presents summaries of the public-private roundtable discussions held at the eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) in Beijing, China.

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Global EV Outlook 2017

Global EV Outlook 2017
The Clean Energy Ministerial’s Electric Vehicles Initiative has released Global EV Outlook 2017. Developed in partnership with the International Energy Agency, the report offers a unique global perspective on the burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) market, which achieved a milestone in 2016 when global electric car stock surpassed two million vehicles.

Policies for Enabling Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy Internationally

Policies for Enabling Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy Internationally
The Clean Energy Ministerial’s (CEM’s) 21st Century Power Partnership initiative partnered with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Center for Resource Solutions, International Renewable Energy Agency, and World Resources Institute to develop this report, which explores the policy and regulatory enabling environment for corporate sourcing of renewables. The report supports the CEM Corporate Sourcing of Renewables Campaign.

Policy Enabling Environment for Corporate Renewable Energy Sourcing

Policy Enabling Environment for Corporate Renewable Energy Sourcing
This is a two-page summary of Policies for Enabling Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy Internationally, a product developed by CEM’s 21CPP initiative and several partners in support of the CEM Corporate Sourcing of Renewables Campaign.The report explores the policy and regulatory enabling environment for corporate sourcing of renewables.

Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2017

Tracking Clean Energy Progress 2017
The International Energy Agency’s annual Tracking Clean Energy Progress report provides an overview of the existing state of technologies across different parts of the energy sector, as well as information about government actions and progress toward energy-related goals.
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Videos

New global initiative aims to advance women’s leadership in clean energy

New global initiative aims to advance women’s leadership in clean energy
Sweden and Canada announced they were setting up a new global Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP) under the International Energy Agency (IEA) to promote leadership roles for women in clean energy. The establishment of the Clean Energy Education and Empowerment TCP (C3E TCP) was announced during the 8th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) meeting in Beijing. It builds on the successful C3E initiative created by member governments of the CEM in 2010.

Women in Clean Energy

Women in Clean Energy
This short video from the International Energy Agency introduces Clean Energy Education and Empowerment Technology Collaboration Programme (C3E TCP), which seeks to close the gender gap and harness all talent in achieving our energy-related goals.
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Approaching Energy Access Differently

Approaching Energy Access Differently
International Women’s Day, observed around the world on 8 March 2017, celebrates the social, economic, cultural, and political empowerment and achievement of women. Among many other issues, International Women’s Day provides an opportunity to recognize cutting-edge work addressing women’s energy poverty. For example, in West Africa, ensuring universal energy access by 2030 is proving to be more than just a political proclamation; with support from the Clean Energy Ministerial’s Clean Energy Solutions Center and its partners, West African countries are fast-tracking their energy access goals by putting women’s interests at the center of policy solutions.

2017 U.S. C3E Awards Flyer

2017 U.S. C3E Awards Flyer
This flyer describes the 2017 U.S. C3E Awards, which recognize mid-career women working to advance renewable sources of energy, related technologies, or clean energy policy. The deadline to apply is 15 March 2017. 
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