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COP 21 Energy Day - Energy Efficiency Session III

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COP 21 Energy Day - Energy Efficiency Session III

Monday, December 7, 2015 : 04:30pm
Monday, December 7, 2015 : 05:00pm
Paris Le Bourget Parc d'Expositions : Le Bourget, France

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Recognizing the centrality of energy to the climate solution, and in line with UN Sustainable Development Goal #7 on energy, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and energy access will be at the core of Energy Day at COP21.

This session will focus on countries, regions and cities demonstrate the benefits of long-term vision, policy and action plans in energy efficiency.


  • Jonathan Charles, Director of Communications, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development


  • Hugo Martinez, Minister of Foreign Affairs, El Salvador
  • Datuk Ismail Ibrahim, Executive Director, Iskandar, Malaysia
  • Jonathan Mueke, Deputy Governor, Nairobi City County
  • Nejib Derouiche, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development, Tunisia
  • Isabella Loevin, Minister of Development, Sweden  
  • Kelly Speakes-Backman, Senior Vice President, Alliance to Save Energy, USA




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