09 September 2020 | Articles
16 – 23 September 2020 |Virtual, Event
Ahead of the annual back-to-back meetings of 11th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM11) on 22 September and 5th Mission Innovation Ministerial (MI-5) on 23 September hosted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a series of virtual, open to public side-events will take place on key energy topics. IRENA will be organising and participating to the following events:
16 September 2020 | 11:30 – 12:40 UTC+3
Achieving a circular carbon economy through multilateral collaboration
The KSA G20 Presidency has proposed the Circular Carbon Economy (CCE) approach to seek to accelerate transitions to more sustainable and cleaner energy systems. This event explores the CCE approach and give the importance of multilateral collaboration in accelerating clean energy transitions. In particular it will feature several of the technologies and thematic areas that are also addressed in CEM and MI.
18 September 2020 | 14:00 – 15:30 UCT+3
Tracking progress and demonstrating impacts of clean energy innovation through innovation output indicators
This joined EC and IRENA event aims to explore ways of tracking clean energy innovation output and outcomes indicators. It aims to update MI members on progress with new initiatives in support of the MI Tracking Progress workstream, seek feedback on those approaches and provide a forum to share and discuss national experiences and expectations.
18 September 2020 | 16:00 – 17:00 UTC+3
Raising global climate ambition in uncertain times with long-term energy scenario
This open event aims to discuss how mid- and long-term energy scenarios (LTES) can aid policymakers to navigate through disruptive events and help guide short-term decision making. It will be hosted by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and feature the CEM campaign on “Long-term Energy Scenario for the Clean Energy Transition” (LTES Campaign).
21 September | 16:00 – 17:30 UTC+3
Passing the tipping point: the next decade of clean energy cooperation
The high-level event discussing how outcome-orientated international cooperation over the next decade can accelerate real-world transitions across different sectors of the global economy. The event will set out the UK’s COP26 Presidency vision, and with reference to historic examples of success and case studies, speakers will demonstrate the value of countries coming together behind cooperative action to fast-track global energy systems transitions. Prior to the important discussions at the 11th Clean Energy Ministerial and 5th Mission Innovation Ministerial, this event will highlight the importance of clean energy innovation and deployment to achieving a sustainable, resilient and affordable clean energy future, and to meeting climate goals.
22 September 2020 | 14:00 – 17:30 UTC+3
CEM11 Ministerial Plenary
The event brings ministers from 25 CEM member countries around the theme of “supporting the recovery, shaping the future”, and focus on actions to achieve the CEM's mission of accelerating clean energy transitions. This year’s CEM is hosted by KSA Minister of Energy, co-located with G20 with G20 Energy Ministerial. (Planned CEM11 in Chile in June cancelled due to COVID-19. Chile and KSA agreed to switch hosting of CEM11 and CEM12.)
23 September 2020 | 14:00 – 17:00 UTC+3 (with live stream between 16:30 – 17:00)
MI-5 Ministerial Plenary
The event brings ministers from 25 MI members including the EU and focus on actions to achieve the MI’s mission of accelerating clean energy innovation. This year’s MI is hosted by KSA Minister of Energy, co-located with G20 with G20 Energy Ministerial. (Planned MI-5 in Chile in June cancelled due to COVID-19. Chile and KSA agreed to switch hosting of MI-5 and Mi-6.)
More information on events details and how to register, please follow the link.
09 September 2020 | Articles