The Energy Efficiency Global Forum (EE Global) is headed back to Europe! We hope you will join us on May 21-22 in Copenhagen, Denmark as we kick off Nordic Clean Energy Week with two days of key partnership-building and unparalleled content focused on the theme Energy efficiency: Innovation, Investment, Impact. To ensure strong local support, this year’s Forum is being co-organized by the Alliance to Save Energy and the Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency, and will be supported by the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Over the last decade, EE Global has established itself as the energy efficiency elite’s gathering place – the one event that draws together business executives, government leaders and advocates from across sectors and continents for actionable dialogues on advancing energy efficiency. From Washington, D.C. to Brussels, Belgium, the Forum has spurred public-private partnerships, generated investment in efficiency and delivered a lasting global impact.
Our 400+ attendees are decision-makers, with 80% self-identifying as Director-level or above. They represent all sectors and disciplines, and hail from nearly 30 countries. EE Global speakers are visionaries, engaging the audience in informative and bold conversations. Our content is developed with guidance from an INTERNATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE, comprised of energy efficiency experts from all regions of the world.
This year, EE Global will highlight energy efficiency on the international stage as part of Nordic Energy Clean Week – a week-long global celebration promoting clean energy and efficiency through various events and forums. This year’s event will also highlight how to speed transfer of leading energy efficiency practices to the cities and countries of the developing world, so that uptake is accelerated towards the Sustainable Development Goals. Nordic Clean Energy Week will culminate with the ninth Clean Energy Ministerial, which will convene premier energy leaders from more than 24 nations for discussions on Energy Integration and Transition: towards a competitive and innovative low carbon economy. It is critical that efficiency is recognized as an important key to this transition, and EE Global will be poised to ignite the efficiency discussions that will continue throughout the week. Don’t miss your opportunity to be part of the conversation and help shape the future of efficiency!
Founded in 1977 by a pair of U.S. senators who recognized the enormous opportunity of energy efficiency, the Alliance to Save Energy is a nonprofit, bipartisan alliance of business, government, environmental and consumer leaders advocating for enhanced energy productivity to achieve economic growth, a cleaner environment, and greater energy security, affordability and reliability.
Established in September 2013, the Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency (Copenhagen Centre) is a joint activity of the Danish Government, the UN Environment and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). The Copenhagen Centre is institutionally part of the UNEP DTU Partnership with over 20 years of leading international research and advisory work on climate, energy and sustainable development. In the context of the United Nations SEforALL initiative, the Copenhagen Centre is the thematic hub for energy efficiency with the prime responsibility to support action towards the SEforALL energy efficiency target of doubling the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency by 2030.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and its overseas representations are in charge of Denmark’s foreign policy and relations. Among these tasks are policy towards the European Union, development aid, trade policy and legal affairs in relation to the outside world.
EE Global is a by invitation-only event. If you already received a complimentary invitation, please register online using the link in your invitation. Please note that all complimentary registrants will be charged a processing fee of $25. If you are a NGO or government employee and have yet to receive an invitation, we encourage you to apply. For-profit entities who’ve not received an invitation are able to purchase tickets.