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The publications library includes reports and presentations from ministerial meetings, as well as technical papers, guides, brochures, flyers, and fact sheets from the clean energy initiatives and campaigns within the Clean Energy Ministerial.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

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.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Corporate Sourcing for Renewables Campaign Demonstrates Momentum at Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial

Corporate Sourcing for Renewables Campaign Demonstrates Momentum at Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial

Governments, companies, and international partners highlight progress and announce key deliverables to accelerate the clean energy transition through corporate sourcing

Today, key partners in the Clean Energy Ministerial’s Corporate Sourcing of Renewables Campaign highlighted progress and announced major new efforts to help companies increase their use of renewable energy and help power a transition to a clean energy future. The campaign was featured during the eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) Public–Private Action Summit, held in Beijing and hosted by China’s Ministry of Science and Technology and National Energy Administration (NEA). Campaign announcements to attending global leaders included news that RE100 has grown by half over the past year, the release of new reports on enabling frameworks, and a new annual Corporate Sourcing conference. In addition, China announced it would co-lead the campaign, joining Denmark and Germany.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Ministers Feature Clean Energy Ministerial as Implementation Forum at COP22

Ministers Feature Clean Energy Ministerial as Implementation Forum at COP22

Ministers and other leaders announce new efforts to help countries achieve clean energy goals

Several events at the 22nd United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP22) highlighted the value and impact of the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) as a global platform to help countries implement their clean energy goals and achieve their nationally determined contributions (NDCs). CEM initiatives and campaigns were featured and new efforts announced to accelerate clean energy deployment that will help achieve the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement while boosting economies and increasing energy security.
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