Tripling global clean energy capacity by 2030: Is it enough? Is it possible? Will it be fair?

  • Fri, September 22
  • 10:00-11:30 a.m. ET
  • Hybrid
  • Scandinavia House, 58 Park Ave, New York, NY 10016

About This Event

This event will convene government representatives, clean energy think-tanks, and global energy leaders to discuss how powerful change drivers can accelerate renewable energy deployment globally by the end of this decade. Specifically, the conversation will consider how the Global South can benefit from adopting a global renewable energy target at COP28, and how to ensure equity and inclusivity in its implementation.

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Bruce Douglas

Chief Executive Officer, Global Renewables Alliance

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Dr. Vera Rodenhoff

Deputy Director-General, German Federal Ministry for the Economic Affairs and Climate Action

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Daniele Violetti

Senior Director, Programme Coordination, UNFCCC

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Charles Wanguhu

Director, Enzi Ijayo Africa Initiative

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Antha Williams

Head of Environmental Programs, Bloomberg Philanthropies

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Laurens Speelman

Principal, Strategy Team, RMI

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