The report provides information on the main points of discussion and outcomes of eight public-private roundtables that were organized during the April meeting of the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM3), which dealt with topics such as energy efficiency, solar power, renewable energy finance, and carbon capture and storage.
7 August 2012: The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) has reported on the release of a report from the World Economic Forum (WEF), which summarizes the discussions and outcomes of eight public-private roundtables that were organized in the context of the third Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM3), held in London, UK, from 25-26 April 2012.
The roundtables brought together energy ministers, government officials, business leaders, and experts from non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to discuss: large-scale efficiency programmes; electric vehicles; variable renewables integration; renewable energy finance; super-efficient appliances; carbon capture, use and storage; solar photovoltaics; and energy efficiency finance.
For each roundtable, the WEF report describes the main objectives, key discussion themes, and ideas for follow-up. CEM is currently integrating several of these recommendations into its activities. [CEM Press Release] [Publication: Public-Private Roundtables at the Third Clean Energy Ministerial]