UN Forum on Sustainable Energy for All
UN Private Sector Forum on Sustainable Energy for All – Press Conference, 20 September 2011. The material available via this link was produced by the United Nations.
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Strengthening PPP to Accelerate Global Electricity Technology Deployment
The e8 and UN-Energy, with many partners launched the global initiative for “Strengthening Public-Private Partnerships” to advance sustainable energy development. The focus of the initiative was to jointly identify effective and meaningful partnerships that support and promote the global deployment of low and zero-emitting electricity technologies at country, regional and […]
UN Energy Knowledge Network
What is UN-Energy? UN-Energy was initiated as a mechanism to promote coherence within the United Nations family of organizations in the energy field and to develop increased collective engagement between the United Nations and other key external stakeholders. read more The material available via this link was produced by the […]
Europe’s Atomic Dilemma: Will the anti-nuclear wave increase carbon emissions?
Rarely has the relationship between public policy and public opinion been so clear in Europe than in the realm of energy since the Fukushima accident. The effects of the Japanese earthquake in this area appear stronger in Europe than in most other regions and probably greater than even in Japan […]
Climate Watch: Unlocking the Grid
With the race on to reduce global warming and fossil fuel dependency, experts in alternative energy see a bright future for renewable resources like wind, solar, hydro-power and geothermal energy. QUEST and Climate Watch team up to look at the “Smart Grid” of the future and how it might be […]