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Almaty Energy Forum - Building resilient energy systems in Central Asia

14 November (10:00) - 16 November (18:00) 2022
Kazakh-British Technical University Almaty Kazakhstan


Building on the discussions and recommendations from the COP 27 in Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt, United Nations organizations – United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) - are building a regional partnership to provide a platform for a continuous inclusive multistakeholder dialogue to facilitate regional cooperation, provide technical capacity support and help countries in Central Asia innovate and modernize its regional infrastructure and build resilient energy systems that are secure, affordable and deliver on net-zero targets.

This year’s 3-day Forum will gather regional policymakers, energy industry, finance sector and academia representatives, especially science and development researchers, to

The key themes of the 3-day dialogue include:

  • Innovating & modernizing energy systems in Central Asia through low- and zero-carbon technology interplay
  • Deploying energy-water-land nexus approach in Central Asia
  • Strengthening regional cooperation & building cross-regional technical and institutional capacity


Concept note

30990 _ Almaty Energy Forum - Concept Note and Agenda _ 371828 _ English _ 773 _ 367690 _ pdf
30990 _ Almaty Energy Forum - Concept Note and Agenda _ 371828 _ Russian _ 864 _ 367691 _ pdf