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First Net Zero World Ministerial

First Net Zero World Ministerial

On August 15, U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm hosted the first Net Zero World Ministerial since the initiative launched at COP26 in 2021. The Net Zero World Initiative leverages expertise across U.S. government agencies and Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories, in partnership with other governments and philanthropies, to accelerate the decarbonization of global energy systems. The program provides world class technical, financing, and policy assistance to help countries chart a pathway to advance clean energy use in buildings, industry, electric power, and transportation to achieve transformative emissions reductions.
 
Net Zero World country partners include Argentina, Chile, Egypt, Indonesia, Nigeria, Singapore, Thailand, and Ukraine. The Net Zero World Initiative addresses energy-systemwide and specific decarbonization measures and approaches for the following sectors: buildings, transport, power, industry, storage, nuclear, carbon capture and geologic storage, and energy use in agriculture. By joining the Net Zero World Initiative, partners gain access to expert technical, deployment, and investment analysis and facilitation from the U.S. government, including the U.S. DOE’s world-class national laboratories, as well as targeted support for in-country technical institutions to build long-term, self-sustaining technical capacity. 
 
For more information, visit the Net Zero World Initiative.
 

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