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.

19 May 2016
A chance to learn more about the no-cost technical assistance that the Solutions Center provides via its Ask an Expert program. Learn more.
18 May 2016
A webinar-based training on energy efficiency for energy access, with a focus on the important role played by energy efficiency in the fight against fuel poverty in developed economies. Learn more.
11 May 2016
An introduction to the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) system approach to evaluating the status of standardization in low voltage direct current applications as well as non-conventional distribution networks. Learn more.
27 April 2016
Does your clean energy project make financial sense? Learn more.
27 April 2016
Does your clean energy project make financial sense? Learn more.
21 April 2016
An introduction to the considerations associated with advancing the use of wind and solar forecasts to more efficiently integrate variable renewable energy into the grid. Learn more.
20 April 2016
A review of the rapidly emerging off-grid solar market, with highlights from two recent market studies: Off-grid Solar Market Trends Report 2016 and The State of the Global Off-Grid Appliance Market. Learn more.
19 April 2016
A review of the role of training programs for the long-term sustainability of renewable energy projects relevant to energy access. Learn more.
12 April 2016
A discussion of what policymakers and regulators across Africa can do to design more effective targets as they seek to scale up the share of renewable energy in the mix and attract private investment. Learn more.
5 April 2016
A review of the results of a scenario that considers energy systems up to 2040 based on the achievement of the 2030 targets defined in the INDCs as announced at COP 21. Learn more.