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Securing Affordable and Sustainable Energy Supplies for all Member States

Sustainable Energy Highlights

Energy efficiency is not improving quickly enough globally or in the UNECE region: this and other pressing issues will be discussed by a group of leading global experts in Geneva on 1 September at the Informal Preparatory Meeting of the UNECE Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency NEW

Renewable energy data gaps in UNECE region: meetings held in Geneva on 26 June and Paris on 11 July highlighted that renewable energy data in Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus is neither readily available, up-to-date, accessible nor reliable. This is an obstacle for strategic energy planning in many countries and represents real value added for future activities of the UNECE Group of Experts on Renewable Energy Find the meetings summary here  NEW

Report of Expert Group on Resource Classification fifth session now available: more than 170 experts worldwide participated in the UNECE Resource Classification Week, 28 April-2 May.

UNECE Resource Classification Week: Experts from the UNECE region, as well as from Africa, Asia, and Latin America, gathered in Geneva, 28 April-2 May for the EGRC fifth session to discuss the UNFC.

UNECE and CIS Electric Power Council sign MoU in Baku: on 25 April at the 45th meeting of the CIS Electric Power Council in Baku, UNECE and the CIS Electric Power Council signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The MoU was signed by UNECE Deputy Executive Secretary Andrey Vasilyev and th Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak.

UNECE Group of Experts on Gas hold its first meeting on 14-15 April 2014. The agenda included a roundtable discussion of the findings of a major study of the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets, recently completed by leading experts in the natural gas industry. The study was prepared to establish a point of departure for robust discussion among government policy makers and other key stakeholders of needed policies and normative instruments, such as regulations or best practice guidance. An important conclusion of the study is that, under the right conditions, natural gas could be an essential contributor to a sustainable future and LNG could be the gateway to a global gas market. A press conference held on 14 April at 14:00 offered insights into opportunities and challenges that LNG faces to reach its full potential as an energy carrier.

Developing a common assessment methodology for renewable energy resources through application of UNFC: this was the focus of the UNECE Workshop in Washington, 24-25 March. The event was hosted by the World Bank and sponsored by BP, DuPont, Shell and Total, with participation from IRENA and Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Can renewable energy reserves be defined?: a workshop at the Total Energy USA 2013 Conference in Houston on 21 November explored the role of UNFC to assess long-term market-based economic viability of new renewable energy projects 

Meetings

23rd Session of the Committee on Sustainable Energy 
(19 - 21 November 2014) (starts in the afternoon only) Palais des Nations, Geneva

First Session of the Group of Experts on Renewable Energy 
(18 - 19 November 2014) Salle V, Palais des Nations, Geneva

Group of Experts on Energy Efficiency, first session 
(17 - 18 November 2014) Geneva, Switzerland

Fifth International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development 
(04 - 06 November 2014) Hammamet, Tunisia

9th Session Group of Experts on Coal Mine Methane 
(23 October 2014) Palais des Nations, Geneva

Global Methane Initiative (GMI) Coal Subcommittee 
(22 October 2014) Palais des Nations, Geneva

10th Session Group of Experts on Cleaner Electricity Production from Fossil Fuels 
(21 October 2014) Palais des Nations, Geneva

Cleaner Electricity Production Workshop and Stakeholder Meeting 
(20 October 2014)

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