Donors and Partners

The organizations that make Asia Clean Energy Forum possible

Asian Development Bank

Asian Development Bank

www.adb.org

Since its founding in 1966, ADB has been driven by an inspiration and dedication to improving people’s lives in Asia and the Pacific. By targeting our investments wisely, in partnership with our developing member countries and other stakeholders, we can alleviate poverty and help create a world in which everyone can share in the benefits of sustained and inclusive growth.


U.S. Agency for International Development

U.S. Agency for International Development

www.usaid.gov

USAID’s mission is to end poverty and advance human prosperity and security. Our climate work safeguards this mission and puts countries on a path to pursue clean energy growth and resilient, low-carbon development. USAID shares world-class climate knowledge, data, and tools with the aim to ensure that countries can predict, prepare for and adapt to change. USAID also helps countries lay the foundations for sustainable growth powered by clean energy and healthy landscapes.


Korea Energy Agency

Korea Energy Agency

www.energy.or.kr

Since its establishment in 1980, Korea Energy Agency has been a maestro of efficient and rational energy use in Korea, as a silent guardian of Korea's sound economic development and better quality of life.

KEA has been at the center of laying the foundation for a low energy consumption society and efficient energy using culture, from energy audit services that identify energy saving potential in energy intensive business sites, to ICT based optimization of energy use patterns in industrial and buildings sector.


ADB Institute

ADB Institute

www.adb.org

The objectives of ADBI are to identify effective development strategies and improve the capacity for sound development of the agencies and organizations engaged in development work in ADB’s DMCs. ADBI focuses its activities on areas where it has a strategic advantage, such as the analysis of emerging policy issues from regional as well as medium- to long-term perspectives and the facilitation of policy dialogue among senior DMC policy makers. ADBI also seeks to enhance its visibility, impact, and accessibility through high-quality knowledge products and services. It strives to be a trusted source of insight, knowledge, and information to which policymakers, academics, and others interested in Asia’s development issues turn for guidance.


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