Review Past Webinars

29 November 2012
Unlocking Markets and Supporting Innovation in Smart Grids

Presentations of approaches taken in India and Ontario (Canada) to engage stakeholders

20 November 2012
Accessing Private Capital for Clean Energy Investments in Developing Countries

Showcase of successes of working with project developers and other project proponents to help attract investors and reach financial closure

6 November 2012 to 29 November 2012
Driving Transformation to Energy Efficient Buildings: Policies and Actions, 2nd Edition

Training on how to use the Building Efficiency Policy Assessment Tool to develop energy efficiency policy strategies with input from local stakeholders

27 September 2012
Energy Efficiency Financing (IPEEC Webinar Series)

Discussion highlighting innovative financing mechanisms and best practices that have enhanced market penetration of energy efficient technologies

31 August 2012 to 23 October 2012
REN21 Renewables 2012 Global Status Report (Webinar Series)

Annual overview of the renewable energy market, industry, investment and policy development worldwide

23 July 2012
Global LEAP: Setting Priorities

Forum for hearing from Global Lighting and Energy Access Partnership (LEAP) team members and discussing prospective activities with them

13 June 2012
Global Cool Cities: Tools for Cooling Urban Heat Islands

Conversation about how cool roof and pavement materials can mitigate urban island heat effects and lower energy costs

12 June 2012
Measuring the "Smartness" of the Electricity Grid

Training for policymakers designing smart grid policies — defines what makes an electricity grid "smart" and proposes a method of measuring smartness

11 June 2012
Financing Clean Energy Solutions in Developing Nations

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

10 May 2012
Tracking Clean Energy Progress: Where do we stand and how do we get back on track?

Discussion of these new report's key findings and a preview of the detailed analysis that will come in Energy Technology Perspectives 2012