Tenth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM10)
Our partner Dr. Ann Magnuson from Uppsala University attended the CEM 10 meeting that took place in Vancouver, Canada, last 29 of May. She could introduce the SUNRISE initiative distributing some leaflets.
More about the event:
The Tenth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM10) took up four universal, key themes central to advancing clean energy:
Clean Power, Smarter Use of Energy, Sustainable Clean Energy Financing, and Workforce and Communities.
Ministers called for greater ambition to advance the clean energy transitions, to recognise the value brought about by a diverse workforce, and to take action in the face of growing global energy demand and emissions despite a rise in renewable energy capacity.
The Clean Power/Electric Future session highlighted the need to transform power systems to make them modern, flexible and resilient, with a focus on system integration of energy supply and demand, renewables, flexibility and electrification. CEM Members noted the need to recognise a variety of national approaches to charting a course forward. CEM Members discussed renewable energy as an important source of electricity, regulatory frameworks and market design and frameworks to ramp-up investment in clean energy and associated infrastructure.