Various side events will be hosted by organizations to highlight what they are doing to advance the energy transition to renewable energy. Come, listen, and be a part of the dialogue.
Tuesday, October 22nd 2019 (Day 0)
All side events will take place at Conference Room E (3F), COEX (the KIREC Seoul 2019 venue) and are open to the public.
|09:00-10:00||"Identifying Investment Priorities in Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Energy Access" Green Climate Fund(GCF)|
"Decarbonising and Transforming the Shipping Industry towards Renewable Energy"
International Windship Association
|"Role of Renewable Energy and Technological Innovation in Accelerating the Global Energy Transition" Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea||"Developing and Modelling Grid-Infrastructure Scenarios Compliant with the Paris Agreement" Renewables Grid Initiative(RGI)||"Potential of Community Power to Help Deliver a Global Energy Transition" Samsø Energy Academy||"Socio-Economic Footprint of the Energy Transition: Modern and Energy Access Context" International Renewable Energy Agency(IRENA)||"Exploring the Pathway Towards 100% Renewable Energy" 100% Renewable Energy Platform|
|12:00-13:30||"Wind Energy Market in Korea" World Wind Energy Association (WWEA)||"Private Sector Role in Increasing Renewable Energy Uptake" WWF-Korea||"Renewable Energy Power System Transformation" National Renewable Energy Laboratory(NREL)||"PPPs to Increase Investments in Energy Access" Alliance for Rural Electrification(ARE) & SEforALL||"Climate Implications of Access-to-Energy (Electricity) Endeavours" German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety(BMU)||"Promoting Women to Advance the Global Energy Transition" Global Women's Network for the Energy Transition(GWNET)|
|14:30-16:00||"Mixed Land Use and Applications of Photovoltaics and Agriculture" Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies(ISEP)||"Future Prospects of Renewable Energy Policy in Asia" Renewable Energy Institute||"One Earth Climate Model" University of Technology Sydney - Institute for Sustainable Futures||"Homegrown Renewable Energy: the Role of Communities, Citizens and Businesses" European Commission(DG ENER)||"Smart Mobility for Smart Cities - Digital Technologies Driving Low Carbon Transport" United Nations Industrial Development Organization(UNIDO)||"Launch of Asia and the Pacific Renewable Energy Status Report" REN21|
|16:30-18:00||"Pumped Hydropower and Storage to Balance VRE Deployment" International Hydropower Association(IHA)||"Role of Youth in Meeting Climate Obligations" Youth Climate - YOUNGO||"Energy Solutions for Fast Action on Climate and Clean Air" Climate & Clean Air Coalition||"The Role of Local, Decentralised Structures in Achieving Paris Agreement" German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation & Development(BMZ)||"Renewables and New Mobility Services" Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport(SLoCaT)||"Renewables 2019" International Energy Agency(IEA)|