About this report
The Clean Energy Transitions Programme (CETP) has enabled the International Energy Agency (IEA) to significantly expand and deepen its global engagement and to support emerging economies’ transition to clean, resilient, sustainable energy systems. In 2021 the CETP marked its fourth full year since its launch at the 2017 IEA Ministerial Meeting, and the programme has steadily grown in size and impact.
The CETP Annual Report 2021 aims to provide all CETP donors and partners with insights on the programme’s accomplishments, outputs and efforts across all areas of work. The report highlights activities and achievements for each priority country and region (Brazil, Mexico, Latin America, the People’s Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Southeast Asia and Africa). It then discusses cross-cutting activities, implemented globally.
Recognising the excellent results achieved under the CETP, which are presented in the Annual Report 2021 and previous editions, at the IEA Ministerial Meeting in March 2022 representatives from 15 IEA member countries and the European Commission, on behalf of the European Union, reaffirmed their commitment through the CETP to further strengthen IEA capabilities to accelerate the transformation towards a global net zero energy system, in line with the IEA’s strengthened clean energy mandates and Programme of Work.