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Clean Power Investment Workshop

June 23, 2022

About the workshop

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) hosted a workshop to explore topics related to energy investment for a low-carbon future, focusing on factors that influence decisions about transitioning electric power capacity around the world. The workshop brought together experts from government entities and investment communities to discuss technical considerations for improving the International Electricity Market Model, the primary model used to provide electricity supply projections for EIA's International Energy Outlook.

See speakers and presentations below.

Opening Remarks
Dr. Joe DeCarolis, EIA Administrator
Session A: Overview, Importance of Investment in Electricity Transition (Moderator: Ari Kahan, EIA)
Manussawee Sukunta, EIA PDF
Diala Hawila, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) PDF
Jesse Noffsinger, McKinsey & Company PDF
Session B: Government Priorities and Regional Considerations (Moderator: Chris Namovicz, EIA)
Dr. Bo Shen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) PDF
Fei Yu, Asian Development Bank (ADB) PDF
Samantha Gross, The Brookings Institution  
Session C: Project Financing (Moderator: Mark Morey, EIA)
William Pegues, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) PDF
Justin DeAngelis, Denham Capital  
Ed Morse, Citi PDF
Workshop discussion notes PDF
Potential Actions PDF

Please contact the IEO team if you have any questions regarding this workshop.