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ACEF 2015 is a three-day forum which is part of ADB’s Clean Energy Week. There will be several pre-forum events, which will be advertised in the run up to ACEF 2015. This year, there will also be pre-forum Deep Dive Workshops, where practitioners work together in smaller groups to discuss a particular area of interest. All the events support ADB’s overarching aim to provide support to countries to adopt and implement best practice in the roll-out of sustainable energy measures (including renewable energy and energy efficiency) as part of its commitment to advance the goals of the Sustainable Energy for All Asia Pacific Regional Hub, launched at ACEF 2014.

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ACEF 2015

About ACEF

The Asia Clean Energy Forum is the premier knowledge-sharing event for staying current with the latest developments and key issues in Asia’s clean energy sector. Each June , clean energy professionals convene at ADB Headquarters to network, discuss issues, exchange knowledge and do business. In 2015, we’re celebrating the 10th anniversary of the ACEF conference. Join us for this special occasion. Read more

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB), the US Agency for International Development (USAID), The World Energy Council (WEC), and the Korea Energy Management Corporation (KEMCO) will be hosting the 2015 edition of Asia Clean Energy Forum from June 15-19 at ADB Headquarters in Manila. This year’s conference will feature a number of exciting new events, while continuing the tradition of bringing together members of Asia’s clean energy community. Subscribe to ACEF 2015 newsletter for all the latest updates. Subscribe here

Call for abstracts

The Call for Abstracts has been issued with guidelines for speakers. This is your opportunity to showcase key findings and innovative ways of working with the wider clean energy community. There are six tracks to choose from: Energy Efficiency; Renewable Energy; Energy Access; Policy and Regulation; Finance; Technology. For more information, and guidelines, please contact Bill Gallery, Agenda Coordinator. Submit your abstract here.