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CLEAN ENERGY SOLUTIONS CENTER PARTNERS
Organizations providing financial support for the Solutions Center include the U.S. Department of Energy; the Australian
Department of Resources, Energy, and Tourism; the International Copper Association; and the United Nations Environment
Programme. The Solutions Center also partners closely with various CEM countries on design and implementation of its
programs, including Denmark, India and Mexico. In addition, the Solutions Center collaborates closely with a number of
international organizations to bring vital information and services to policymakers.
India Renewable Energy and Energy
Efficiency Policy Database (IREEED)
The International Renewable Energy
International Energy Agency (IEA)
The International Partnership for
Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC)
The Renewable Energy and Energy
Efficiency Partnership (REEEP)
The ClimateWorks Foundation
The Renewable Energy Policy Network
for the 21st Century (REN21)
The International Institute for
Sustainable Development (IISD)
Low Emission Development Strategies
(LEDS) Global Partnership, or LEDS GP
United Nation's Sustainable Energy for
- Launching a new Clean Energy Regulators Initiative (CERI) to meet the special knowledge-sharing
needs of regulators worldwide
- Developing website content and interactive services, including webinars, training courses and
- Collaborating with the Government of India to launch a database of national and subnational
Indian clean energy policies and incentives
- Launching the joint Renewable Energy Policy Advice Network (REPAN) to accelerate the market
introduction of renewable energy
- Offering expert assistance on renewable energy
- Collaborating to enhance the quality of available country, policy and deployment data
- Developing tools for using this data
- Supporting CEM and IPEEC initiatives on the Super-Efficient Equipment and Appliance
Deployment (SEAD) and Global Superior Energy Performance (GSEP) initiatives
- Collaborating on energy efficiency policy expert assistance
- Offering no-cost joint peer learning activities on clean energy policies and innovations
- Providing access to REEEP's extensive energy databases
- Delivering policy advice and resources in appliance efficiency, utility clean energy programs,
industrial efficiency and buildings efficiency
- Conducting joint renewable energy policy peer learning forums
- Providing access to REN21's Global Status Report and policy database
- Building knowledge networks to expand expert capacity and provide clean energy policy
- Providing clean energy news via ENERGY-L, a mailing list for policymakers and practitioners
- Jointly offering clean energy policy and financing expert assistance to countries that are
developing and implementing LEDS
- Providing assistance on key SE4ALL energy access, efficiency and renewable energy objectives
- Providing expert assistance to developing countries
- Conducting joint webinars and peer learning forums and serving as a technical resource
The Solutions Center also partners with other CEM initiatives, including the 21st Century Power Partnership, the Global Lighting
and Energy Access Partnership (Global LEAP), the Global Superior Energy Performance Partnership (GSEP), the Super-efficient
Equipment and Appliance Deployment (SEAD) and the International Smart Grid Action Network (ISGAN).
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