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Eighth International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development

11 - 14 June 2017

Astana, Kazakhstan

Ministerial Conference and 8th International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development

The Eighth Forum will combine a ministerial meeting followed by a high-level plenary session with parallel workshops over four days. The Energy Ministerial Conference will kick-off the Eighth Forum on 11 June 2017 and follow the official opening of the EXPO 2017 "Future Energy" on 10 June 2017, which expects more than 5 million visitors over three months, more than 100 participating countries and international organizations and the private sector.

Ministers, high-level delegations and leading energy experts will explore how to drive change, the role of and need for regional cooperation and planning, and the imperative for nexus solutions as part of implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In particular, the interplay between fossil fuels, energy efficiency, and renewable energy will be in the spotlight. At the closing of the conference, ministers and heads of delegations will adopt a joint declaration which reaffirms the importance of energy collaboration among countries for tackling common energy challenges and shaping a sustainable energy future for all.

The Eighth Forum and energy ministerial will offer countries choices on how to attain the energy-related Sustainable Development Goals in their national contexts. 

The Eighth Forum provides the opportunity to reflect on the agreements and activities to date and further pursue a common agenda towards meeting the challenge. The objective of the Eighth Forum is therefore to build on the previous outcomes and experiences and to agree on potential solutions at an energy ministerial at the outset of the Eighth Forum, as a major stepping stone in the history of this international fora process.

EXPO 2017 "Future Energy" seeks to address global energy related challenges and presents therefore a unique opportunity for ministers to jointly discuss immediate solutions and quick fixes to global energy related challenges.

Document ENGFRERUS
Revised Concept note and draft outcome document of the Eighth International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development and Energy Ministerial

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Baku Call for action to achieve energy-related Sustainable Development Goals and contribute to the Paris Climate Agreement
Adopted at the 7th International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development, Baku, Azerbaijan
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Yerevan Statement of Common Action

Adopted at the 6th International Forum on Energy for Sustainable Development, Yerevan, Armenia

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Joint Statement 5th International Forum (Hammamet Declaration)PDFPDF
AgendaENG    RUS
11 June
Provisional Agenda of the Energy Ministerial ConferencePDFPDF
12  - 14 June
Forum Agenda
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Sessions and Workshops
12 June
UN Opening of the second part of the Forum: Workshop DaysPDF
Hardtalk#1: Energy TransitionPDF
Hardtalk#2: Interplay between Renewable Energy and Fossil FuelsPDF
Track I
Findings of the REN21 UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report 2017PDF
The socio-economic benefits of renewable energyPDF
Track II
Aligning Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency PoliciesPDF
Energy Efficiency Standards in buildingPDF
Track III
Role of Gas in Achieving Sustainable Development GoalsPDF
Coal Mine Methane (CMM) as an under-valued energy source and the role it can play in transition of the coal industry  PDF
Track IV
International Centre for Green Technology and InvestmentsPDFPDF
Tracking Progress in Sustainable Energy: GTF Regional ReportsPDF
13 June
Track I
Developing a Regional Renewable Energy Investment PipelinePDF
From Renewable Energy Pipeline Projects to Matchmaking  PDF
Track II
Creating the Business Case for Energy Efficiency: Engaging Governments with IndustryPDFPDF
Speakers and panellists of the WorkshopPDF
Track III
Best practices in High Efficiency-Low Emissions (HELE) Coal Power Generation PDF
Coal mine methane and its strategic role in climate change mitigationPDF
Coal mine methane and its strategic role in climate change mitigationPDF
Assessment of Coal Mine Methane Resources using the UNFCPDF
Track IV
Regional Cooperation on Renewable Energy in Central AsiaPDF
System integration of renewable energy from a regional perspectivePDF
UN Day Dialogue 1: Energy for Sustainable Development  PDF
UN Day Dialogue 2: A Nexus Approach to SDG7 ImplementationPDF
Track V
Training to the national officials and experts responsible for sustainable energy data collectionPDF
14 June
Track I
Matchmaking for Renewable Energy InvestmentPDF
Renewable Energy FinancePDF
From Diesel Generators to Renewable Energy in the Context of CrisisPDF
Realising renewable energy targets through policiesPDF
Track II
Smart Cities: AgendaPDFPDF
Smart Cities: BackgroundPDF
Track III
Energy and materials from wastesPDF
Modernization of the energy sector – a pathway towards low-carbon energy and green economyPDF
Energy Corporations: Sustainable Development and Corporate Social ResponsibilityPDFPDF
Track IV
Pathways to Sustainable Energy: Project Kick-off and Scenario Scoping PDF
Pathways to Sustainable Energy: Policy and Technology Options to Achieve Sustainable Energy PDF
Tracking Progress on Energy for Sustainable Development: Data and Indicators

 

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Track V
SPECA Working Group on Water, Energy and EnvironmentPDF
Brochures for printing
Track I: Renewable EnergyPDFPDF
Track II: Energy EfficiencyPDFPDF
Track III: Modernizing Energy IndustryPDFPDF
Track IV: Regional CooperationPDFPDF
Track V: Project EventsPDFPDF
Overview AgendaPDFPDF
Presentation
12 June
Track I
Findings of UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report 2017
The socio-economic benefits of renewable energy
Track II
Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Framework Guidelines
Aligning Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Policies
Track III
Roundtable on Coal Mine Methane (CMM) as an under-valued energy source and the role it can play in transition of the coal industry
Track IV
International Centre for Green Technology and Investments under the auspices of the United Nations
Roundtable on Tracking Progress in Sustainable Energy: GTF Regional Reports
13 June
Track I
Developing a Regional Renewable Energy Investment Project Pipeline
From Renewable Energy Pipeline Projects to Matchmaking
Track II
Workshop on Creating the Business Case for Energy Efficiency: Engaging Governments with Industry
Track III
Workshop on Best Practices in High Efficiency-Low Emissions (HELE) Coal Power Generation
Coal mine methane and its strategic role in climate change mitigation
Track IV
System integration of renewable energy from a regional perspective
Track V
Training to the National Officials and Experts Responsible for Sustainable Energy Data Collection
14 June
Track I
Matchmaking for Renewable Energy Investment
Renewable Energy Finance
From Diesel Generators to Renewable Energy in the Context of Crisis
Realising Renewable Energy Targets and Commitments through Policies
Track II
Towards Smart Sustainable Cities – Integrated Approaches
Track IV
Pathways to Sustainable Energy
Tracking Progress on Energy for Sustainable Development
Track V
SPECA Workshop
21th Session of the Working Group on Water, Energy and Environment
Document ENGFRERUS
Ministerial DeclarationPDF
Outcomes of the ForumPDF
Key MessagesPDF
Framework GuidelinesPDF
SummaryPDF


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