Renewable Energy Webinars

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.

A webinar on energy efficiency for energy access, with a focus on the growing role of social innovation in addressing energy efficiency and energy access. Learn more.
An exploration of existing potential savings in building stock and a presentation of innovative financial schemes. Learn more.
Outcomes of case studies from Lighting the Clean Revolution: The Rise of LEDs and What it Means for Cities and presentation of a new tool for evaluating street lighting purchases Learn more.
Discussion of the challenges in delivering public procurement programs with a presentation of creative solutions adopted by different countries to overcome these challenges Learn more.
An overview of the goals and vision of the current Swedish Energy Policy and a review of the context of the Swedish energy system and the roles of stakeholders in the system. Learn more.
A webinar featuring frameworks, tools and practices for reducing energy system vulnerabilities to natural and human-caused threats. Learn more.
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.
An introduction to the concept of resilience and how it applies to the energy sector, followed by a discussion of why energy sector resilience is a growing concern, the tools available to assess its vulnerabilities, examples of recent resilience studies conducted in the United States and how they apply to other regions in the world. Learn more.
Discussion of the 2014 edition of Energy Technology Perspectives, which examines what must be done to provide sustainable options for generation, distribution and end-use consumption Learn more.
Introduction of the SGMM, a tool intended to help utilities develop a smart grid vision and roadmap, refine that vision with stakeholders, and measure their progress Learn more.