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Committee on Sustainable Energy



The Committee on Sustainable Energy is an intergovernmental body that provides member States with a platform for international dialogue and cooperation. It is mandated to carry out a programme of work in the field of sustainable energy with a view to providing access to affordable and clean energy to all, in line with the “Sustainable Energy for All” initiative of the Secretary-General, and to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon footprint of the energy sector. 
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29th Session of the Committee on Sustainable Energy

Palais des Nations, Geneva and ONLINE

This year’s Sustainable Energy Week unites the 29th session of the Committee on Sustainable Energy and the 16th session of the Group of Experts on Cleaner Electricity Systems in their quest to pursue carbon neutrality to advance the ongoing energy transition.

Please join us for a discussion on subregional specificities and the role of technologies in reaching sustainable carbon neutral economies by 2050.

More information and registration here (


Report of the 29th Session of the Committee on Sustainable energy and its discussions on Pursuing Carbon Neutrality to Advance the Energy Transition now available
Committee on Sustainable Energy endorses Rules of Procedure for the Committee and its subsidiary bodies
Members of the UNECE Committee on Sustainable Energy Bureau Members 2021-2022 (30th and 31st sessions) (1 December 2020)