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.

17 February 2016
Training on energy efficiency for energy access, with a focus on the importance of appliance efficiency in resource-constrained settings. Learn more.
10 February 2016
A review of the key results, best practice examples, and recommendations for fostering energy end user involvement from the International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN) Annex 7 and the S3C (Smart Consumer, Smart Customer, Smart Citizen) project. Learn more.
9 February 2016
A webinar-based training on how to use the RETScreen Clean Energy Management Software for policy. Learn more.
26 January 2016
Covering the launch of REN21’s flagship report, the Renewables Global Status Report for 2015, with a focus on transport. Learn more.
20 January 2016
A chance to learn about the benefits of the CEM Energy Management Leadership Awards and how to apply. Learn more.
19 January 2016
A training on financing innovation, showcasing several leading innovations in the renewable energy industry and potential applications for off-grid energy in developing country settings. Learn more.
13 January 2016
A chance to learn about the benefits of the CEM Energy Management Leadership Awards and how to apply. Learn more.
12 January 2016
An introduction to the powerful capabilities of the RETScreen Clean Energy Management Software. Learn more.
15 December 2015
A showcase of the status of and efforts to scale renewable energy in Mozambique. Learn more.
1 December 2015
Training on the renewable energy zone (REZ) approach, which provides a policy framework for planning new transmission to encourage utility-scale renewable energy development in areas that have the highest likelihood of being cost-effective. Learn more.