Nuclear power provides a steady and reliable supply of electricity. It can provide continuous low-carbon energy to support the growing use of renewable energy. This may be the key that unlocks their potential by providing flexible support – day or night, rain or shine. Finally, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to reaffirm my conviction that nuclear energy should be a key element of the global energy transition. The transparency framework is a key element of the Paris Agreement on climate change. As part of its plan to implement the Paris Agreement on climate change, Vietnam plans to implement a system for monitoring, reporting and verifying mitigation measures at national and sectoral levels. Vietnam is leading several projects in the energy and transport sectors, supported by the Clean Technology Fund (CTF) under the Climate Investment Fund (CIF). The secondary event will address key approaches, challenges and best practices in developing an effective MRV system at the sectoral level. This event will showcase the Beyond the Grid Fund for Africa, which builds on the work of the award-winning pilot project in Zambia to encourage the private sector to provide clean energy to millions of people living off the grid in Burkina Faso, Liberia, Mozambique and Zambia. , local ownership, renewable energy and sustainable enterprises, both for developing countries and for the industrialized world. Promoting sustainable cities: renewable energy, key to climate change, energy and mobility, renewable energies such as wind and solar energy are becoming increasingly important.
But these are intermittent energy sources that cannot meet the needs of countries alone. This means using more nuclear energy. MADRID, December 11, 2019 – Director-General Li Yong met with LIU Zhenmin, Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNA). UNIDO and UN DESA look forward to strengthening their cooperation in support of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7: the energy transition to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all. The aim is to understand the energy needs of our DMCs and to evaluate, among other things, policy options to comply with the Paris Agreement and agenda SDG 2030. Stakeholder engagement is also the key to thinking about the gradual transformation of global energy systems and innovative technologies to improve environmental sustainability, social inclusion and business models.