21 – 23 September, 2022 | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy and Carnegie Mellon University
|Join thousands of clean energy leaders from all corners of the world at the Global Clean Energy Action Forum at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh September 21-23 to work together in accelerating the clean energy transition while responding to global energy security needs.
The Global Clean Energy Action Forum (GCEAF) is a joint convening of the 13th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM13) and 7th Mission Innovation Ministerial (MI-7) . Building on the launch of MI 2.0 last year, this will be a key moment for Mission Innovation members, Missions, innovation initiatives and partners to showcase their progress, share new announcements, and unite for action.
Directly following the UN General Assembly, the GCEAF will convene governments representing most of the world’s GHG emissions and 90% of public investment in clean energy, international organizations, clean energy financiers, industry leaders, unions, non-governmental organizations, young professionals and tech innovators. The purpose of this is to spur concrete action to implement clean energy deployment commitments that build on historic advancements in innovative technologies.
Governments, international organizations, the private sector, academia, innovators, civil society, and early career researchers and policy makers will join together in a three-day event that features a high-level plenary, topical roundtables with energy and science ministers from 31 countries, CEOs and experts, side events, technology demonstrations, and other activities.
Events will also include the launch of the Creating the Energy Future Forum and a Clean Energy Business Forum, which will highlight investment opportunities from around the globe in the emerging $23 Trillion market in clean energy solutions, a Technology Showcase featuring the latest and greatest in clean energy tech and over 90 public side events, exclusive high-level policy roundtables and networking events. Do not miss your chance to play a part in the clean energy event of the year.
Register now for the Global Clean Energy Action Forum! Attendance is free of charge.
Pittsburgh is a vibrant city with deep roots in the energy history of the United States. It is in the midst of its own energy transition and is a proud partner and fitting host of this historic event. We encourage you to stick around after the Forum to enjoy this lovely city.
Visit gceaf.org for more information. We look forward to seeing you in Pittsburgh!
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