The first G20 Energy Ministers Meeting agree on Energy Access Action Plan: Voluntary Collaboration on Energy Access

G20 energy ministers held their first ever meeting on 2 October 2015. Their discussion focused on renewable energy, energy efficiency, universal access to energy and investments in energy. The ministers adopted the ‘Toolkit of Voluntary Options for Renewable Energy Deployment’, aimed at increasing the use of renewable energy around the world, as well as the ‘G20 Energy Access Action Plan: Voluntary Collaboration on Energy Access’, part of the overall G20 goal of ensuring universal access to affordable and reliable energy.

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