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Clean Energy Ministerial 1 (CEM1)

19–20 July 2010, Washington, DC

Ministers and other Heads of Delegation


United States

Steven Chu

Secretary of Energy


Australia

Drew Clarke

Secretary for Resources, Energy and Tourism


Belgium (for the EU Presidency)

Marie-Pierre Fauconnier

Director General for Energy


Brazil

Márcio Zimmermann

Minister of Mines and Energy


Canada

Christian Paradis

Minister of Natural Resources


People's Republic of China

Wan Gang

Minister of Science and Technology


Denmark

Lykke Friis

Minister of Climate and Energy


European Commission

Günther Oettinger

Commissioner for Energy


Finland

Riina Nevamäki

State Secretary to the Minister of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Employment and the Economy


France

Gilles Mentre

Deputy Head of Cabinet, Ministry of Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and the Sea


Germany

Hans-Joachim Otto

Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology


Germany

Katherina Reiche

Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety


India

Montek Singh Ahluwalia

Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission


Indonesia

M. Lobo Balia

Senior Advisor to the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources for Environmental and Regional Affairs


Italy

Stefania Prestigiacomo

Minister of Environment, Land and Sea


Italy

Stefano Saglia

Undersecretary (Acting Minister) of Economic Development


Japan

Teruhiko Mashiko

Senior Vice Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry


Republic of Korea

Choi Kyung-hwan

Minister of Knowledge Economy


Mexico

Georgina Kessel

Secretary of Energy


Norway

Terje Riis-Johansen

Minister of Petroleum and Energy


Russian Federation

Sergey Shmatko

Minister of Energy


South Africa

Dipuo Peters

Minister of Energy


Spain

Pedro Marín

Secretary of State for Energy


Sweden

Ola Alterå

State Secretary for Energy


United Arab Emirates

Anwar Gargash

Minister of State


United Kingdom

Chris Huhne

Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change