The paper is authored by Ad van Wijk, Professor Future Energy Systems, TU Delft, Kirsten Westphal, Executive Director Analysis and Research, H2-Global Foundation, and Frederik Braun, Energy Transition Researcher and is endorsed by the African Hydrogen Partnership (AHP), Dii Desert Energy, ΕU-GCC Clean Energy Technology Network, H2Global Foundation, and MENA Hydrogen Alliance.
In this context, the EU-GCC Clean Energy Technology Network, the Environmental Center for Arab Towns (ECAT) and the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) are organising a virtual conference on "Climate Action and Energy Transition in the EU and GCC: Adaptation and Mitigation Solutions”. The online conference will be held on Wednesday 7 July 2021 at 10.00 CET/12.00 GST.
EU GCC Clean Energy Technology Network is partnering with the Clean Energy Business Council and the World Green Economy Organization for the organisation of the webinar "The Role of Women in Green Economy" scheduled for Thursday 10 June 2021 at 11.00 CEST/13.00 GST
The ΕU-GCC Clean Energy Technology Network(*) provides a wide variety of services and offering to its Members. Networking and fostering of partnership between EU and GCC institutions are the key services that are provided.
Background on EU GCC energy cooperation
The GCC countries comprise some of the world’s largest producers of oil and gas. In the past few years countries in the GCC started a number of initiatives to diversify their economy and their energy mix. In particular GCC governments have put the emphasis on sustainable energy transition with the implementation of clean energy plans or the adoption of targets – mainly based on diversification strategies, energy efficiency and renewables.