Building on the recommendations from the 2nd Almaty Energy Forum, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are convening the 3rd Almaty Energy Forum on 6-8 November 2023 in Almaty at Kazakh British Technical University (KBTU).

Almaty Energy Forum continues to be a platform for inclusive multistakeholder dialogue to facilitate regional cooperation, provide technical capacity support and help countries in Central Asia innovate and modernize their regional infrastructure and build resilient energy systems that are secure, affordable and deliver on net-zero targets.

Networking &

Dissemination of

Emerging Ideas and

Peer Feedback and

Topics of Interest

This year’s Forum will gather policymakers and representatives from the energy industry, finance sector, science and academia, to discuss how to:

Enhance energy connectivity and regional cooperation across the region

Create favorable conditions for water-energy nexus regional projects

Explore and develop critical raw materials sustainably

Cut and manage methane emissions across the fossil fuel value chains

Scaling financing into low- and zero-carbon solutions

Invest in human capital and foster the next generation of energy experts