Over the course of three days, the Sustainable Energy for All Forum will feature 33 partner working sessions on a range of topics related to each daily theme: “Productivity Matters – Putting Energy Efficiency First”; “Get it Together – Integrating Centralized and Decentralized Energy Systems”; and, “Why Wait? Seizing the Energy Access Dividend”.
From panel discussions to roundtables, these working sessions are being designed and hosted by SEforALL Partners with the aim of advancing an action and/or partnership that will enable progress on one of the SEforALL objectives beyond the Forum. Sessions will raise awareness, advance outcomes, bridge public-private divides, launch and create new partnerships, and share experience and success.
Day One will feature sessions that advance an aspect of energy efficiency as it relates to transport, industry, utilities, access and opportunities for corporate action.
Day Two will include sessions that provide potential solutions and partnerships for unlocking much needed finance for centralized and decentralized energy solutions, as well as exploring opportunities to integrate renewables into energy planning.
Day Three will highlight the importance of providing energy access to achieve broader development outcomes, while not leaving anyone behind.
The full list of host Partners and the schedule for the working sessions can be found on our Program page.