Sustainable Energy for All Forum, Kigali (Rwanda) 17-19 May 2022
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Date: 17-19 May 2022
Location: Kigali, Rwanda
Registration: In-person registration is OPEN! Please register here.
The 2022 SEforALL Forum is the landmark global gathering bringing people together to take stock of progress, showcase success and identify solutions to achieve faster, broader gains towards sustainable energy for all. It serves as a platform to broker new partnerships, spur investment, address challenges and drive action towards realizing SDG7 and a global clean energy transition.
The Forum takes place at a pivotal juncture in the final decade to achieve SDG7 and will allow us to build on the momentum from the UN High-level Dialogue on Energy and COP26, generate new and bolder commitments, and spur increased ambition at COP27, inclusive of a just and equitable energy transition.
The SEforALL Forum will take place in person with a virtual presence and bring together leaders from the SDG7 Community: Government, international/ regional organizations, development banks and funds, the private sector, entrepreneurs, philanthropies, NGOs, INGOs, civil-society organizations, academia, think-tanks, youth-led organizations, SDGs influencers at the Kigali Convention Centre (KCC), an iconic building that will provide a unique venue to encourage bold and innovative thinking towards the achievement of SDG7.
The Forum will also welcome the start of the 10 Year Anniversary Celebrations of Sustainable Energy for All.
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