Löschel, Andreas Großkurth, Philipp Colombier, Michel Criqui, Patrick Xiangwan, Du Frei, Christoph Gethmann, Carl Friedrich Gummer, John Lecocq, Franck Parikh, Jyoti K. Sauer, Dirk Uwe Schlögl, Robert Schmidt, Christoph M. Staiß, Frithjof Stephanos, Cyril Tanaka, Kanako Zhiyu, Tian Umbach, Eberhard Wenham, Matt Yamada, Koichi Cong, Yu
The ongoing transformation of the world's energy systems requires an international monitoring to evaluate the transformation processes and to identify transferable leading practice policies. For this purpose, an independent scientific expert commission should be established for the G20. By actively involving political decision-makers in the discussion of the final results a broad basis of support can be ensured. The Climate and Energy Action Plan for Growth agreed at the G20 Summit in Hamburg recognizes explicitly the main proposals of this paper. The paper provides a broader discussion how to assist the G20's energy transformation processes and describes steps towards implementation.
Monitoring G20 energy transformation impact evaluation