Participate at the Ministerial Thematic Forums
Registration available at: https://www.un.org/en/conferences/energy2021/Preparatory_Process
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Participation is growing for the Ministerial Thematic Forums to be held virtually 21-25 June, in preparation for the High-level Dialogue on Energy. Over 20 Ministers have confirmed they will attend, and a number have indicated that they plan to announce their national Energy Compacts setting out their commitments to boost energy access and transition.
Stay tuned for the Technical Working Group Theme Reports
On Friday, 18 June, the press launch will be held for the reports of the five Technical Working Groups for the High-level Dialogue, as part of the Spokesperson’s noon press briefing at the UN in New York, also shown live on UN WebTV.
The five reports, which together comprise a global roadmap setting out recommendations for how to achieve clean, affordable energy for all by 2030, will be officially presented by the 17 co-lead organizations as part of the ministerial segment for each day’s theme.
Call for action on Energy Compacts
All stakeholders are invited to join the energy revolution and sign up to an Energy Compact ahead of the UN High-Level Dialogue on Energy.
It is suggested to join an introductory workshop to facilitate this process. (Registration link). Interested organizations can contact the UN-Energy team for support at email@example.com with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online platform for Energy Compact submissions will be available in upcoming weeks.
To assist in preparing the Compacts, the following explanatory materials are available on the Dialogue website:
- Energy Compact Flyer
- Energy Compact Overview Deck
- Energy Compact Template
- Guiding Principles for the Selection of Voluntary Commitments in an Energy Compact
View it again: Online Stakeholders Thematic Debate
Recoding available: https://bit.ly/HLDEJune3ThematicDebate
The UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) in partnership with UN-Energy organized an online stakeholder's thematic debate on 3 June in preparation for the High-level Dialogue on Energy. The event was scheduled to promote an exchange of views and contributions from stakeholders on the five overarching themes of the High-Level Dialogue.
The opening remarks also served to announce the publication of the Stakeholders Thematic E-Consultation Summary Report, prepared with the inputs from stakeholders on the five themes of the HLDE to scale up actions in achieving SDG 7 and its targets.