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Energy webinar: Addressing challenges in clean energy investment


Join the Clean Energy Solutions Center, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), for a webinar on the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Energy Investment Center.

The International Energy Agency estimates that the world needs $44 trillion in new clean energy investment by 2050 to have an 80% chance of limiting global warming to 2 degrees Celsius. While 2015 was a record year for clean energy investment (more than $350 billion worldwide), substantial challenges remain to reaching the required sums of clean energy investment that will be required.

This webinar will discuss DOE’s activities in addressing this investment challenge through their Clean Energy Investment Center, formed in January 2016. The Center was launched to assist and support investors by providing a one-stop-shop to access subject-matter experts, acquire the latest research studies and reports and identify promising energy products. The Center’s mission is to advance private, mission-oriented investment in clean energy technologies that address the present gap in U.S. clean technology investment and spur the public-private partnerships needed to realize the goal of Mission Innovation, a multinational initiative to dramatically accelerate global clean energy innovation.

Presenting the webinar will be Dr. Sanjiv Malhotra, Director of the Clean Energy Investment Center. Dr Malhotra’s presentations will be followed by an interactive question and answer session with the audience.

Find out more and register for the webinar here.

About the Clean Energy Solutions Center

The Clean Energy Solutions Center, an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial, helps governments and policy experts design and implement clean energy policies by providing no-cost expert assistance, training, policy reports, data, and tools. To learn more about the Solutions Center and how it can assist in meeting countries’ clean energy policy objectives, please visit the website.

Photo: Neil Palmer (CIAT)

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