Energy Ministerial Meeting

The G7 Energy Ministers met on 9-10 April in Rome. The main purpose of the meeting was to follow up on the progress on energy security since the launch of the “Rome Energy Initiative for Energy Security” in 2014. The main purpose of the meeting is to follow up on the progress on energy security since the launch of the “Rome Energy Initiative for Energy Security” in 2014.

The main topics of the meeting

    • Energy security
  • • Energy security, natural gas and GNL global market
  • • Making energy markets more flexible and resilient, especially liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets;
  • • Cybersecurity
  • • Ukraine’s support
  • • Electricity and renewables sources integration
  • • Energy efficiency
    • New energy drivers
  • • Energy related employment in energy transition
  • • Research and innovation in cleantech & Mission
    • Decarbonisation
  • • Inefficient fossil fuel subsidies
  • • Alternative fuels and decarbonisation of transport
    • Global issues
  • • Energy access in Africa and related investment

Ahead of the Ministerial meeting, the side event "Africa 2030: Empowering the continent through innovation, green tech solutions and capacity building" was held in Rome. The focus was on accelerating the deployment of innovative sustainable energy solutions in Africa.

Documenti

Chair’s Summary

Heads of Delegation

Carlo Calenda
Rainer Baake
Segolène Royal
Rick Perry
Yosuke Takagi
Miguel Arias Cañete
James Gordon Carr
Nick Hurd