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 fostering cleantech innovation ecosystems that will provide insights drawn from the first two years of operation of the Global Cleantech Innovation Programme and Network. Learn more.
A dive into the status of renewables in the heating, cooling and transport sectors and what is needed to speed the uptake of renewables to meet climate objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals. Learn more.
A webinar on the GeoRePORT System, a resource and project assessment tool used to measure potential and guide development in the geothermal sector. Learn more.
Exploration of the barriers to implementing rigorous enforcement systems for new buildings, including examples of good enforcement, best-practice measures, and lessons learned Learn more.
Focus on the importance of adopting a performance-based approach to energy code design to achieve ambitious energy targets Learn more.
Investigation of the importance of setting ambitious energy targets and ensuring systematic and regular updates of building codes in light of long-term targets Learn more.
A review of the key findings from REN21’s Renewables 2018 Global Status Report and an examination of varying investment levels across regions and their impact on access, specifically across developing countries, Africa and India. Learn more.
Conversation about how cool roof and pavement materials can mitigate urban island heat effects and lower energy costs Learn more.
Forum for hearing from Global Lighting and Energy Access Partnership (LEAP) team members and discussing prospective activities with them Learn more.
A webinar on how the Global Plan of Action Framework works to support and amplify the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, the Agenda for Humanity as well as existing energy/humanitarian interventions, such as the Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE) Working Group, the UN Refugee Agency’s Global Strategy for SAFE, the World Food Programme’s SAFE initiative, the Moving Energy Initiative and the Smart Communities Coalition. Learn more.