UN-Energy

Founding Year: 2004

Staff: 3

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Achim Steiner and Damilola Ogunbiyi (Co-Chairs)

An “interagency mechanism within the system of the United Nations,” a small entity which hasn’t gained the status of being a program. It aims to “create a coherent approach towards a sustainable energy system, especially in developing countries.” To this end, UN-Energy reviews “energy-related activities within the UN system and tries to mainstream them into a broader approach.”

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UN-Energy contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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