Training Webinars Previously Offered by the Clean Energy Solutions Center

We have offered dozens of training webinars on priority clean energy policy topics that policymakers in countries around the world can adapt for their own use. Many expert panelists and thousands of policymakers and others have participated in these unique training opportunities. Please consider joining us for one of our upcoming webinars. Or, browse the recorded webinars listed below.

6 November 2012 to 29 November 2012
Training on how to use the Building Efficiency Policy Assessment Tool to develop energy efficiency policy strategies with input from local stakeholders Learn more.
27 September 2012
Discussion highlighting innovative financing mechanisms and best practices that have enhanced market penetration of energy efficient technologies Learn more.
31 August 2012 to 23 October 2012
Annual overview of the renewable energy market, industry, investment and policy development worldwide Learn more.
23 July 2012
Forum for hearing from Global Lighting and Energy Access Partnership (LEAP) team members and discussing prospective activities with them Learn more.
13 June 2012
Conversation about how cool roof and pavement materials can mitigate urban island heat effects and lower energy costs Learn more.
12 June 2012
Training for policymakers designing smart grid policies — defines what makes an electricity grid "smart" and proposes a method of measuring smartness Learn more.
11 June 2012
Training covering energy access, end-user finance, enabling environments for project development, and small and growing clean energy businesses in developing countries, including case studies Learn more.
10 May 2012
Discussion of these new report's key findings and a preview of the detailed analysis that will come in Energy Technology Perspectives 2012 Learn more.
19 March 2012
Annual overview of the renewable energy market, industry, investment and policy development worldwide Learn more.
24 January 2012
Discussion of the development of an appliance and equipment energy efficiency standards and labeling program, including a case study from Ghana Learn more.