Delivering Solar Energy for Net Zero: Building Resilient and Sustainable Value Chains

Solar discussed at the Clean Energy Ministerial
Solar and renewable energy have long been central to debates. Archive photo by Clean Energy Ministerial from Flickr
12:45 23 Sep 2022 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Date: 23 September, 2022
Time: 12:45-1:45 EDT /// 17:45-18:45 BST /// 18:45-19:45 CEST
How to watch: live streaming video will be available


E3G, German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) and International Solar Alliance (ISA) welcome you to watch a live discussion as part of the CEM13/MI17 official side events programme.

Ensuring resilient solar value chains will be critical to delivering affordable and efficient clean energy and enabling progress on the Glasgow Power Breakthrough. Value chains encompass critical materials and key components, manufacturing capacity, and labour for manufacturing and installation. In both developed and developing economies, the development of robust value chains for clean energy technologies will provide an essential foundation for a just energy transition and expanded energy access.

This event will focus on challenges and opportunities associated with scaling up solar energy manufacturing, especially in countries and regions with untapped potential. The discussion will identify barriers to unlocking the necessary investments that are needed to ensure that a diverse array of countries and regions can benefit from the economic opportunity offered by the rapidly expanding solar energy industry.


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