18 April 2013
New Delhi, India
The event on 18 April brought together GEA co-chair Anand Patwardhan, IIASA researcher and GEA author Shonali Pachauri, and energy experts from four NMO countries, to discuss how GEA findings can help achieve Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) goals for a transition to a global clean energy economy. The event was chaired by Kirit Parikh, IIASA Council Member and former member of the Indian Planning Commission. The session focused on GEA key findings, universal energy access, low-carbon development scenarios for India, and a policymaker response. CEM delegation leaders from Australia, Germany, and the United States took part in the response panel.
The Clean Energy Ministerial is a global forum aimed at reducing emissions, improving energy security, providing energy access, and sustaining economic growth. At the meeting in New Delhi, policymakers and high-level delegates from more than 20 countries came together to discuss the global transition to clean and sustainable energy. More information.
The CEM side event on the GEA was jointly organized by IIASA and IIASA's Indian National Member Organization, TIFAC. Agenda (PDF)
IIASA Council Member, GEA Council Member, Former Member, Planning Commission, India
How GEA analysis and the GEA community can contribute to CEM goals
Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S.Department of Energy
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