CEM9 Side Events

EXTERNAL REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED TO NON-CEM DELEGATES

 

Side events are a key component of the annual Ministerial meetings. They provide a unique opportunity for Ministers, government delegates, private sector representatives and non-governmental organisations to come together and engage with and reflect on the year-round work of the CEM in a dynamic and focused context. Compared to the high-level CEM public private roundtables and the CEM Plenary, the side events are more focused on discussing and broadening the knowledge of the CEM work streams. Ministers and high-level private sector actors are mainly involved as key note speakers and scene setters.

The Danish Centre of Architecture (DAC) is located next to the Ministerial venue Eigtveds Pakhus. It takes less than 5 minutes to walk between the two.
Address: Strandgade 27B, 1401 Copenhagen K
Note! This address no longer corresponds with google maps and the DAC website. Please refer to the CEM9 logistics information when planning your participation.

Download CEM9 Side Event Schedule

 

Danish Centre of Architecture - Room 1

24 May

10.30-11.30
Power System Transformation: Case Studies from Brazil, China, India and Mexico (US National Renewable Energy Lab)

11.30-12.30
Flexible Energy Systems for high penetration of RES - Society Scale Demonstrations (Finland, China, Business Finland, China Wind Energy Association)

13.30-14.30
Launch of the Initiative on Nuclear Innovation, Clean Energy Future (NICE Future) (Canada, Japan, USA)

14.45-16.00
Corporate Sourcing of Renewable Energy (Germany, Denmark, IRENA)

16.10-17.10
Launch of the Initiative on Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (USA, Norway)

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Danish Centre of Architecture - Room 2

24 May

09.30-10.30
Bridging and Building to a Renewable Energy Future (Denmark, Germany, REN21)

10.30-11.30
Clean Energy from the Oceans - Exchange of best practices (EC, European Ocean Energy Association)

11.30-13.00
Intelligent market design – boosting global smart grid deployment, followed by the ISGAN award of excellence ceremony (Sweden Swedish, Smart Grid Forum Office)

14.00-15.00
From Global to Local Lighting Challenge - The Road to Reduction (Sweden, Swedish Energy Agency)

15.15–16.15
Sustainable Cities and Eco-energy Towns: Technologies and Future Perspectives (Russia, Korea, Korea Energy Economics Institute)

16.30-17.30
Work Stream Award Ceremonies (CEM Secretariat)

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Danish Centre of Architecture - Room 7

24 May

8.30-9.20
Accelerating EU action on building renovation and finance through the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EC)

9.30-10.30
Perspectives on Smart Energy Storage Systems (Sweden, Korea, Swedish Energy Institute, Korea Smart Grid Institute)

10.30-12.00
Delivering Sustainable Cooling in a Warming World (Mexico, IEA)

12.30-14.00
Perspectives for Offshore Wind Energy (Germany, Norway, Denmark, IRENA)

15.30-16.30
Mobilising Cities to Scale Up Electric Mobility for Clean Energy Transition (Canada, China, IEA)

16.30-17.30
Launch of the EQUAL by 30 Campaign for a Gender-Diverse Energy Sector (C3E) (Sweden, Canada, IEA)

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Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate

23 May

7.00-18.30
Site visits outside Copenhagen as a part of the CEM Advanced Power Plant Flexibility Campaign

24 May

8.30-10.30
CEM Advanced Power Plant Flexibility Campaign – Workshop on Campaign Results (IEA)

10.30-13.00
CEM Advanced Power Plant Flexibility Campaign – Technical workshop on power plant flexibility (Danish Energy Agency)

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The Clean Energy Investment Forum will be held on 22nd May and is invitation-only.

Agenda here. Communiqué here.