CEM campaigns are short-term efforts to raise ambition, increase visibility, and target resources to initiative work and topic areas that have particular potential for impact. The CEM campaigns seek to catalyze public and private actions towards ambitious but realistic targets.
Most recently, four new campaigns were launched at the ninth Clean Energy Ministerial in May 2018 in Copenhagen:
- Power System Flexibility Campaign to widen the scope of the Advanced Power Plant Flexibility Campaign to include electricity grids, demand-side management, and storage.
- Equal by 30 Campaign to have governments and the private sector take action on gender diversity and help accelerate the participation of women in the clean energy sector.
- Long Term Energy Scenarios for the Clean Energy Transition Campaign to promote wider adoption and improved use of energy modelling in countries with limited experience.
- Accelerating the Adoption of Distributed Generation in Strategic Regions Campaign to increase the deployment in targeted regions of smaller scale and more flexible power generation, closer to where the energy is used and focusing on the use of clean energy.