COP28 Outcomes Report

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Net Zero World, launched at COP26, is a flagship U.S. effort to partner with countries in accelerating transitions to clean energy systems. This initiative brings together world-class experts and resources from 10 U.S. Department of Energy national laboratories and nine U.S. government agencies. Collaboratively, they work with technical and government representatives from Argentina, Chile, Egypt, Indonesia, Nigeria, Singapore, Thailand, and Ukraine to advance decarbonization in these economies. The initiative leverages energy and sectoral modeling to strengthen partners’ national net-zero plans and policies, offering essential information to achieve clean energy and climate targets. Net Zero World collaborates with in-country teams for concrete actions that amplify the program’s impact through several priority energy decarbonization actions.
This executive summary outlines the significant achievements of Net Zero World over the past year, as presented during COP28 in December 2023.

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The full report published by National Renewable Energy Laboratory can be downloaded here


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