The twenty-third session of the Conference of the Parties (COP23) is being held in Bonn, Germany from 6-17 November 2017. The conference will be convened under the Presidency of Fiji.

As the world’s leading provider of solutions, analysis, and data for the global energy transition, the IEA stands ready to contribute to COP23. 

Visit our COP23 stand on the ground floor (F.05.03to learn more about our analysis, publications, and COP23 events! Other venue maps are available here.

Key IEA Events

‌‌The IEA is organising a number of key events at COP23 to share its latest analysis. Further details (including presentations) are available here.

Thursday, 9 November 2017    
  Clean energy investment and market trends 17:30‑19:00 IETA Pavilion
Friday, 10 November 2017    
  Marrakech Partnership for Global Climate Action Energy Day 10:00‑17:30 Meeting Room 12
Tuesday, 14 November 2017    
  Achieving energy efficiency from buildings, transportation and industry  11:00‑12:00 India Pavilion
Wednesday, 15 November 2017    
  Tracking progress in the development and deployment of clean energy technology 10:30‑12:00 Nordic Pavilion
  The role of renewable energy in industry 15:30‑17:00 Nordic Pavilion
Thursday, 16 November 2017    
  Energy transition for low-carbon sustainable development 9:00‑11:00 German Development Institute
  NDRC-IEA high-level event on climate change and energy transition 9:30‑11:30 China Pavilion
  Perspectives for the Energy Transition 10:00‑11:30 German Pavilion
  Energy technologies and digitalization for a low-carbon world 11:30‑13:00 IETA Pavilion
  Tracking technology progress and the role of digitalization 13:00‑14:30 Japan Pavilion
  Low carbon policy packages for energy transition 13:00‑14:30 EU Pavillion
  IEA Press Conference 14:00‑14:30 Bula Zone 3
Press Conf. Room 1
  World Energy Outlook 2017 16:00‑17:30 Nordic Pavillion 
  Major economies working together on Paris Agreement implementation and energy transition: official side event 18:30‑20:00
Meeting Room 7

IEA Expert Presence

Leading IEA experts will be present throughout COP23 and are happy to engage on an array of energy and climate change issues. Please contact Anita Hafner to get in touch with our experts. We look forward to speaking with you!

David Bénazéraf 1416 China
Simon Bennett 910 Energy investment; CCS; technology innovation
Pierpaolo Cazzola 11; 13 Transportation
Brian Dean 911 Energy efficiency, buildings, building technologies
John Dulac 811 Energy Technology Perspectives (ETP), building technologies, buildings, energy modelling
Araceli Fernandez Pales 12 Industrial energy technology, industrial environmental policy
Timur Guel 1516 World Energy Outlook, air pollution, climate change scenarios
Christina Hood 6; 1217 Energy transition, carbon pricing, Paris Agreement Article 6
Peter Janoska 1516 Tracking Clean Energy Progress (TCEP); clean energy technologies; climate policy
George Kamiya 1516 Digitalization and energy
Simone Landolina 1416 Technology collaboration, Technology Roadmaps, Technology Collaboration Programmes, Mission Innovation 
Caroline Lee 610 IEA in UNFCCC; carbon pricing; climate change policy 
Juho Lipponen 89 ETP and wider energy transition, CCS/CCUS 
Sara Moarif 1015 IEA in UNFCCC; climate negotiations; climate change policy 
Brian Motherway 1314 Energy efficiency
Cedric Philibert 1416 Renewable energy
Mel Slade 910; 1316 Energy efficiency in emerging economies 
Dave Turk 1416 Energy transition, innovation, technology tracking, climate change policy 
Aya Yoshida 1316 India, Indonesia and China 

Climate change publications

IEA publishes extensively on energy and climate change issues. Explore key climate-related findings from the World Energy Outlook series, Energy Technology Perspectives 2017, market reports on Energy Efficiency and Renewables, as well as CO2 statistics and more. 

See the full list of free climate change-related publications. COP23 delegates also receive a 30% discount on paid publications from the IEA Bookshop using code "COP23 delegate".

Previous COPs

The IEA has attended COPs since the first meeting (COP1) in Berlin in order to provide expert advice and support on all facets of energy policy. Explore our past pages below:


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