G7 Ministers welcome key IEA work on energy security and clean energy transitions

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Climate, Energy and Environment Ministers draw extensively on IEA analysis and activities as they agree communiqué at meeting under Japan’s G7 Presidency.

After a two-day meeting in Sapporo, under Japan’s 2023 Presidency of the G7, Climate, Energy and Environment Ministers issued a communiqué setting out aims to strengthen energy security and accelerate progress on clean energy transitions.

Ministers of the G7 group of advanced economies gave strong recognition to many areas of the IEA’s work on clean energy transitions and energy security – including critical minerals, energy efficiency, renewables, natural gas, hydrogen, emissions from road transport and coal, and the decarbonisation of heavy industries.

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