• VIP TOUR TO THE EXPO CITY: EXPO 2017 “Future Energy”

    Ministers and Heads of Delegations will receive a guided tour on the main pavilion of the Exhibition “Nur-Alem” (Sphere).

  • OPEN-AIR CULTURAL SHOW “SYMPHONY OF A GREAT STEPPE”

    Amphitheater, Exhibition Complex.

    Invitation only.

  • REGISTRATION

    Early registration is requested due to security reasons. Coffee provided.

  • CONFERENCE PHOTO

    Ministers and Heads of Governmental Delegations and International Organizations

  • OPENING CEREMONY AND SPECIAL ADDRESSES

    Main Conference Hall, Congress Center

    Special addresses:

    • Bakytzhan Sagintayev, Prime-Minister, Kazakhstan
    • Shamshad Akhtar, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations,Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)
    • Olga Algayerova, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
    • Cihan Sultanoğlu, UN Assistant Secretary-General, UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (RBEC), UN Commissioner-General for EXPO 2017 in Astana

    Chair:

    • Timur Kulibayev, Chairman, KAZENERGY Association

     



    Speakers:


    Bakytzhan Sagintayev

    Prime-Minister

    Kazakhstan


    Timur Kulibayev

    Chairman

    KAZENERGY Association


    Shamshad Akhtar

    Executive Secretary

    United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)


    Cihan Sultanoğlu

    UN Assistant Secretary-General, UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (RBEC), UN Commissioner-General for EXPO 2017 in Astana


    Olga Algayerova

    Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

  • INTRODUCTORY VIDEO

  • 1. MINISTERIAL DIALOGUE:

    MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

    Main Conference Hall, Congress Center

     

    Chair: LI Yong, Director General, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

    Keynote address:

    • Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President for Energy Union, European Commission

    Dialogue Participants:

    • Kanat Bozumbayev, Minister of Energy, Kazakhstan
    • Maroš Šefčovič, Vice-President for Energy Union, European Commission
    • Alexander Novak, Minister of Energy, Russian Federation
    • Khalid A. Al-Falih, Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources, Saudi Arabia
    • Rachel Kyte, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sustainable Energy for All and CEO of Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL)

    The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development requires countries to pursue concerted and accelerated action on sustainable energy in their national programs to reconcile the world’s growing need for energy services with mitigating the impacts of energy resource development and use.

    While energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy can address future energy security and climate change concerns, they do not respond to all the questions that sustainable energy systems pose. Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology and managing methane emissions throughout the fossil energy value chain can help meet ambitious CO2 emission reduction targets, while fossil fuels remain part of the energy system. This will thereby allow fossil fuels to become “part of the solution”. All technologies have a role to play in an energy system guided by rational economics.

    The ministerial dialogues will be introduced through the perspectives of distinguished guest speaker who will share his view of a future energy system and the consequences and challenges ahead in getting there. Ministers may then share experiences and views on the outlook in the coming decades and discuss opportunities and synergies with a particular focus on the interplay between renewable energy and fossil fuels.

    In an interactive panel discussion ministers, heads of international organizations and business leaders will be invited to discuss aspects of:

    • Energy balances and energy security
    • Oil price developments and attainment of energy-related sustainable development goals
    • Future strategies for fossil based economies and related paradigm shifts
    • Easing tension between climate goals and development for fossil-based economies
    • The changing architecture of global energy markets


    Speakers:


    LI Yong

    Director General

    United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)


    Maroš Šefčovič

    Vice-President for Energy Union

    European Commission


    Kanat Bozumbayev

    Minister of Energy

    Kazakhstan


    Alexander Novak

    Minister of Energy

    Russian Federation


    Khalid A. Al-Falih

    Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources

    Saudi Arabia


    Rachel Kyte

    Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sustainable Energy for All and CEO of Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL)

  • PRESS CONFERENCE

    Press Center, Congress Center

    By invitation only

  • JOINT NETWORKING LUNCH

    Dining Hall, Congress Center

    By invitation only

  • OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION AND WINNERS’ AWARDING CEREMONY OF THE PROJECT “YOUTH – FUTURE ENERGY”

    Main Lobby, Congress Center.

  • MINISTERIAL DIALOGUES – 4 PARALLEL SETS

    Energy security, regional trade & infrastructure Energy-climate-food nexus: Towards a circular economy Renewable energy in Central Asia Promoting new technologies & innovations
  • 2. MINISTERIAL DIALOGUE:
    ENERGY SECURITY, REGIONAL TRADE & INFRASTRUCTURE

    Conference Hall 1, Level 1, Congress Center.

     

    Chair: Kairat Abdrakhmanov, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kazakhstan

    Discussion starter: Lamberto Zannier, Secretary General, OSCE

    Dialogue Participants:

    • Mihaly Varga, Minister for National Economy, Hungary
    • Ali Ahmad Osmani, Minister of Water and Energy, Afghanistan
    • Urban Rusnak, Secretary General, Energy Charter Secretariat
    • Natiq Abbassov, Deputy Minister of Energy, Azerbaijan
    • Vadim Zakrevsky, Deputy Minister of Energy, Belarus

    Energy security remains a major influencing driver in today’s national policy-making. Divergent views on the opportunities, threats, and security of energy trade continue to exist, and there is debate on the future of regional trade and joint infrastructure planning. Regional cooperation can function as an accelerator towards achieving a sustainable energy system, but there needs to be a common view on mutually beneficial economic interdependence.

    In an interactive panel discussion ministers, heads of international organizations and business leaders will be invited to discuss aspects of:

    • How do obstacles to regional cooperation impede attainment of the energy-related sustainable development goals?
    • How can countries assure energy security while transforming their energy balances?
    • What are the implications of pursuing energy independence versus energy interdependence?
    • What are the most effective means of promoting regional connectivity of energy infrastructure projects?
    • What are the key barriers to investment in infrastructure, and what options exist to overcome them?
    • What are the most effective recent green finance mechanisms?

     



    Speakers:


    Kairat Abdrakhmanov

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

    Kazakhstan


    Lamberto Zannier

    Secretary General

    Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)


    Mihaly Varga

    Minister for National Economy

    Hungary


    Ali Ahmad Osmani

    Minister of Water and Energy

    Afghanistan


    Urban Rusnak

    Secretary General

    Energy Charter Secretariat


    Natiq Abbassov

    Deputy Minister of Energy

    Azerbaijan


    Vadim Zakrevsky

    Deputy Minister of Energy

    Belarus

  • 3. MINISTERIAL DIALOGUE:
    ENERGY-CLIMATE-FOOD NEXUS: TOWARDS A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

    Conference Hall 3, Level 1, Congress Center.

     

    Chair: Scott Foster, Director, Sustainable Energy Division, UNECE

    Discussion starter: Graeme Maxton, Secretary General, Club of Rome

    Dialogue Participants:

    • Askar Myrzakhmetov, Deputy Prime-Minister and Minister of Agriculture, Kazakhstan
    • Maximus Johnity Ongkili, Minister of Energy, Green Technology & Water, Malaysia
    • Regilio Julien Dodson, Minister of Natural Resources, Suriname
    • Andrei-Petrişor Maioreanu, State Secretary, Ministry of Energy, Romania
    • Ilia Eloshvili, Deputy Minister of Energy, Georgia
    • Seyed Jalaledin Alavi Sabzevari, Deputy Secretary-General, Economic Cooperation Organization

    Interactions between the global energy, climate and food systems are complex and major decisions in one sector have great implications on the other. Large-scale hydropower development increases competition for land use for food production while offering water storage and irrigation but also interfering with downstream water resources planning. Circular economy approaches can improve resource efficiency, reduce waste and maintain stability of ecosystems. Cross-sectoral holistic policy-making plays a key role in anticipating potential trade-offs and maximizing synergies while avoiding negative impacts for livelihoods and the environment.

    In an interactive panel discussion ministers, heads of international organizations and leaders from global partnership platforms will be invited to discuss aspects of:

    • How can policy frameworks that address water, food and energy comprehensively advance attainment of the sustainable development agenda?
    • Can regional cooperation maximize synergies and reduce competition?
    • What innovative approaches exist for circular economy and resource efficiency?
    • Can holistic energy policies be embraced in national action plans?
    • Is it possible to act with crosscutting approaches to achieve the sustainable development goals given the current institutional arrangements?

    What are effective means for enhancing consumer awareness and change behaviors?



    Speakers:


    Scott Foster

    Director, Sustainable Energy Division

    United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)


    Graeme Maxton

    Secretary General

    Club of Rome


    Askar Myrzakhmetov

    Deputy Prime-Minister and Minister of Agriculture

    Kazakhstan


    Maximus Johnity Ongkili

    Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water

    Malaysia


    Regilio Julien Dodson

    Minister of Natural Resources

    Suriname


    Ilia Eloshvili

    Deputy Minister of Energy

    Georgia


    Seyed Jalaledin Alavi Sabzevari

    Deputy Secretary General

    Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO)

  • 4. MINISTERIAL DIALOGUE:

    RENEWABLE ENERGY IN CENTRAL ASIA

    Conference Hall 4, Level 2, Congress Center.

    Chair: Sakari Oksanen, Deputy Director-General, IRENA

    Discussion starter: Mohamed El – Farnawany, Director, Strategic Management & Executive Direction, Chief of Staff, IRENA

    Dialogue Participants:

    • Kanat Bozumbayev, Minister of Energy, Kazakhstan
    • Sulton Rakhimzoda, First Deputy Minister of Energy and Water Resources, Tajikistan
    • Nurali Yusifbayli, Deputy Chair, State Agency on Alternative and Renewable Energy Sources, Azerbaijan
    • Azamat Omorov, Deputy Chairman, State Committee of Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use, Kyrgyzstan
    • Nandita Parshad, Managing Director, Energy and Natural Resources, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
    • Arthouros Zervos, Chair, REN21

    The countries of Central Asia are taking positive steps to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy. Yet there is a need for additional efforts in the region to strengthen the enabling environments through dedicated policies and regulatory frameworks to catalyze, among others, private sector investments as well as raise awareness about the benefits of renewable energy deployment. The objective of the session is to agree on a specific action plan in promoting renewable energies in Central Asia.

    In an interactive panel discussion ministers, heads of international organizations and business leaders will be invited to discuss aspects of:

    • What are the regions specific challenges and opportunities in scaling-up the uptake of renewables?
    • Which are the main barriers for deployment of renewables in the region?
    • Which role can development partners play to increase awareness on the benefits of renewable energy?
    • What policy actions should be taken to promote RE in Central Asia?

    Release of Communique / RE Actions for Central Asia.

     



    Speakers:


    Sakari Oksanen

    Deputy Director-General

    International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)


    Mohamed El-Farnawany

    Director, Strategic Management & Executive Direction, Chief of Staff

    International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)


    Kanat Bozumbayev

    Minister of Energy

    Kazakhstan


    Azamat Omorov

    Deputy Chairman, State Committee of Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use

    Kyrgyzstan


    Nandita Parshad

    Managing Director, Energy & Natural Resources

    European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)


    Arthouros Zervos

    Professor, Chair

    Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21)

  • 5. MINISTERIAL DIALOGUE:
    PROMOTING NEW TECHNOLOGIES & INNOVATIONS

    Conference Hall 5, Level 2, Congress Center.

     

    Chair: Cihan Sultanoğlu, UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (RBEC), UN Commissioner-General for EXPO 2017 in Astana

    Discussion starter: Paul Simons, Deputy Executive Director, IEA

    Dialogue Participants:

    • Georgios Stathakis, Minister of Environment and Energy, Greece
    • Sergiy Savchuk, Head of the State Agency on Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving, Ukraine
    • Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, Chief Executive Officer, Masdar
    • Kairat Kelimbetov, Governor, International Finance Center Astana
    • Jozsef Toth, President, World Petroleum Council
    • Barry Worthington, Executive Director, United States Energy Association

    Countries are transforming how they generate, distribute and consume energy. This energy transition will have a fundamental impact on our society and quality of life, but can only be achieved through technological breakthrough and innovation. In particular, big data and new market entrants are changing the traditional landscape. EXPO 2017 Future Energy is a global showcase of most advanced sustainable energy technologies developed around the world. Such technologies can address at the same time energy security as well as climate concerns, but many challenges remain.

    In an interactive panel discussion ministers, heads of international organizations and business leaders will be invited to discuss aspects of:

    • How are new technologies and innovation transforming the energy sector?
    • What are the barriers to increase technology research and development?
    • Traditional and new energy service models – how do they compare? What drives the change?
    • The role of information technology and big data innovation in energy industry?
    • Which successful technology collaborations exist in a national or regional context?
    • How could a green technology and investment center in the region support the needed transformation?
    • How can countries prepare for the necessary infrastructure changes?


    Speakers:


    Cihan Sultanoğlu

    UN Assistant Secretary-General, UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (RBEC), UN Commissioner-General for EXPO 2017 in Astana


    Paul Simons

    Deputy Executive Director

    International Energy Agency


    Georgios Stathakis

    Minister of Environment and Energy

    Greece


    Sergiy Savchuk

    Head of the State Agency on Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving

    Ukraine


    Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi

    Chief Executive Officer

    Masdar


    Kairat Kelimbetov

    Governor

    Astana International Financial Centre


    Jozsef Toth

    President

    World Petroleum Council


    Barry Worthington

    Executive Director

    United States Energy Association (USEA)

  • NETWORKING AND COFFEE BREAK

  • INSIGHTS FROM THE MINISTERIAL DIALOGUES

    Main Conference Hall, Congress Center

    Chair: Benoit Revaz, State Secretary, Federal Office of Energy, Switzerland

    • LI Yong, Director General, United Nations Industrial Development Organization
    • Yerzhan Ashikbayev, Deputy minister of Foreign Affairs, Kazakhstan
    • Scott Foster, Director, Sustainable Energy Division, UNECE
    • Sakari Oksanen, Deputy Director-General, IRENA
    • Cihan Sultanoğlu, UN Assistant Secretary-General, UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (RBEC), UN Commissioner-General for EXPO 2017 in Astana

    The current rate of improvement in energy efficiency, the deployment of net low carbon energy solutions, and the provision of sustainable access to modern energy services are insufficient. Energy’s contribution to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development will falter in the absence of concrete measures to improve energy productivity, rationalize energy use, optimize energy resources, and deploy both new energy technologies and sustainable energy infrastructure. International cooperation and concrete actions have a role to play.

     

    Chairs of five Ministerial Dialogues will provide their insights based on report-back from their respective sessions.

     



    Speakers:


    Benoît Revaz

    State Secretary

    Federal Office of Energy, Switzerland


    LI Yong

    Director General

    United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)


    Scott Foster

    Director, Sustainable Energy Division

    United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)


    Sakari Oksanen

    Deputy Director-General

    International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)


    Cihan Sultanoğlu

    UN Assistant Secretary-General, UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (RBEC), UN Commissioner-General for EXPO 2017 in Astana

  • CEREMONY – ADOPTING MINISTERIAL DECLARATION

    Main Conference Hall, Congress Center

    Chair: Kanat Bozumbayev, Minister of Energy, Kazakhstan

    • Shamshad Akhtar, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)
    • Olga Algayerova, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)

    Statements by Heads of Delegations.

    • Jiří Koliba, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Czech Republic
    • Nataliya Boyko, Deputy Minister of Energy and Coal Industry, Ukraine

    Heads of Delegations will be invited to 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.

     



    Speakers:


    Kanat Bozumbayev

    Minister of Energy

    Kazakhstan


    Shamshad Akhtar

    Executive Secretary

    United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)


    Olga Algayerova

    Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations, Executive Secretary, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)


    Jiří Koliba

    Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade

    Czech Republic


    Nataliya Boyko

    Deputy Minister of Energy and Coal Industry

    Ukraine

  • ENERGY MINISTERIAL ENDS

  • MINISTERIAL GALA RECEPTION HOSTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

    Restaurant “Sәttj”.

    By invitation only.

  • UN Opening / Introduction  (30 minutes)  
    Plenary: Hard Talks on “Sustainable Energy of the 21st century – Government meets Industry”

     

    1st Hard Talk: Energy Transition for Sustainable Development       (60 minutes)  

    Moderated panel discussion

    –       Why energy transition is vital to sustainable development

    –       Progress and challenges towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal 7

    –       Energy transition strategies – No “one size fits all” solution

    –       How international  cooperation can reinforce national actions to transform energy systems

  • 2nd Hard Talk: Interplay between Renewable Energy and Fossil Fuels       (60 minutes)  

    Moderated round table discussion

    –       Challenges of reconciling tight emissions pathways with development aspirations

    –       The need to modernise fossil-based economies

    –       Synergies between renewable energies and fossil fuels

    –       The role of coal, oil and gas prices

    Conclusion / Opening of Tracks
  • Press Conference for REN21 UNECE RE Status Report launch

  • Session

    Findings of UNECE Renewable Energy Status Report 2017 (UNECE, REN21)

    Session

    Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Frame-work Guidelines

    (UNECE)

    Roundtable

    The Role of Gas in Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (UNECE, IGU, WPC)

    Session

    Regional Technology and Investment Center

    (Kazakhstan, UNDP, ESCWA)

    UNDA Workshop

    Renewable Energy

    (ESCAP, ECLAC)

     

  • Session

    The Socio-Economic Benefits of Renewable Energies

    (IRENA, UNECE)

    Panel Discussion

    Aligning Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Policies

    (IEA)

    Roundtable

    Coal Mine Methane as an under-valued energy source and the role it can play in transition of the coal industry (UNECE, ICE-CMM Poland, ICE-CMM China)

    Roundtable

    Tracking Progress in Sustainable Energy: GTF Regional Reports & RISE

    (ECA,ECLAC,ESCAP,ESCWA,UNECE, WB, SE4All)

    UNDA Workshop Renewable Energy

    (ESCAP, ECLAC)

  • Plenary: Messages from the Sessions / Key discussion points

  • Press Conference for GTF regional reports & RISE

  • Session

    Renewable Energy Pipeline Projects

    (ESCWA, UNECE, ECA)

    Workshop

    Creating the Business Case for Energy Efficiency: Engaging Governments with Industry

    (UNECE, UNIDO, C2E2, ESCWA, BG Consulting Engineers)

    Session

    Best Practices in High Efficiency-Low Emissions Coal Power Generation

    (UNECE, IEA, WCA)

     

    Session

    Regional cooperation on Renewable Energy in Central Asia

    (IRENA,UNECE)

     

    UNDA Training

    Training to the National Officials and Experts Responsible for Sustainable Energy Data Collection

    (UNECE, ESCAP)

     

  • Session

    Renewable Energy Pipeline Projects

    (ESCWA, UNECE, ECA)

    Workshop

    Creating the Business Case for Energy Efficiency

    (cont.)

    Session

    Best Practices in High Efficiency-Low Emissions Coal Power Generation

    (cont.)

    Panel Discussion

    System Integration of Renewable Energy from a Regional Perspective

    (IEA)

    UNDA Training

    Training to the National Officials and Experts Responsible for Sustainable Energy Data Collection

    (UNECE, ESCAP)

     

  • Lunch Break

  • Session

    Renewable Energy Pipeline Projects

    (UNECE, ESCWA)

    Workshop

    Creating the Business Case for Energy Efficiency

    (cont.)

    Panel Discussion

    Coal mine methane and its strategic role in climate change mitigation

    (UNECE, EPA, GMI, PNNL)

     

    Session
    UN Day Dialogues 

    on Energy for Sustainable Development
    (UNDP, …)

     

     

     

    UNDA Training

    Training to the National Officials and Experts Responsible for Sustainable Energy Data Collection

    (UNECE,ESCAP)

     

  • Session

    From Renewable Energy Pipeline Projects to Match-making

    (UNECE, EU TAF)

    Workshop

    Creating the Business Case for Energy Efficiency  (cont.)

    Workshop

    Using UNFC to Assess Methane Resources

    (UNECE)

     

    Session
    UN Day
    Dialogues on Energy
    for Sustainable Development
    (UNDP, …)
    UNDA Training

    Training to the National Officials and Experts Responsible for Sustainable Energy Data Collection

    (UNECE,ESCAP)

     

  • Plenary: Messages from the Sessions / Key discussion points

  • Session

    Matchmaking for Renewable Energy Investments

    (UNECE, EU TAF)

    Session

    Smart Cities (UNECE, swiss-universities, C2E2)

    Workshop

    UNFC: Energy & Materials from waste

    (UNECE, IAEA)

    Workshop
    Pathways to Sustainable 

    Energy: Project Kickoff
    and Scenario Scoping
    (UNECE)

     

    SPECA Workshop

    21th Session of the Thematic Working Group on Water, Energy and Environment

    (UNECE, ESCAP; UNDP)

     

     

  • Session

    Renewable Energy Finance

    (IRENA, EBRD)

     

    Session

    Smart Cities

    (UNECE, swiss-universities, C2E2)

    Workshop

    UNFC: Energy & Materials from waste

    (UNECE, IAEA)

    Workshop

    Pathways to Sustainable Energy: Policy and Technology Options to Achieve Sustainable Energy

    (UNECE)

    SPECA Workshop

    21th Session of the Thematic Working Group on Water, Energy and Environment

    (UNECE, ESCAP; UNDP)

     

  • Lunch Break

  • Workshop From Diesel Generators to Renewable
    Energy in the Context of Crisis
    (UNECE, UNITAR, UNHCR, GIZ)
    Session

    Smart Cities

    (UNECE, swiss-universities, C2E2)

    Workshop Modernization of the energy sector – a pathway towards low-carbon energy and green economy (UNECE) Workshop

    Tracking Progress on Energy for Sustainable Development: Data and Indicators

    (ECA, ECLAC, ESCAP,ESCWA,UNECE)

    SPECA Workshop

    21th Session of the Thematic Working Group on Water, Energy and Environment

    (UNECE, ESCAP; UNDP)

     

     

  • Session

    Realising Renewable Energy Targets and Commitments Through Policies

    (IRENA)

     

    Session

    Smart Cities (UNECE, swiss-universities, C2E2)

    Session

    Social Responsibilities of Energy Corporations

    (Kazakhstan)

    Workshop

    Tracking Progress on Energy for Sustainable Development: Data and Indicators

    (cont.)

    SPECA Workshop

    21th Session of the Thematic Working Group on Water, Energy and Environment

    (UNECE, ESCAP; UNDP)

     

  • Plenary: Messages from the Sessions / Key discussion points

  • Wrap-Up / Closing Session