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Clean Energy Ministerial 2 (CEM2)

6–7 April 2011, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Ministers and other Heads of Delegation


United States

Steven Chu

Secretary of Energy


Australia

Martin Ferguson

Minister for Energy and Resources


Brazil

Márcio Zimmermann

Deputy Minister of Mines and Energy


Canada

Stephen Lucas

Assistant Deputy Minister of Natural Resources


Denmark

Lykke Friis

Minister of Climate and Energy


European Commission

Fabrizio Barbaso

Deputy Director-General


Finland

Esa Härmälä

Director-General for Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs


France

Éric Besson

Minister of Industry, Energy and the Digital Economy


Germany

Jürgen Becker

State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology


Germany

Jochen Homann

State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conversation and Nuclear Safety


Hungary

Tamás Kovács
(as President of the EU Council)

Deputy State Secretary for European Union and International Affairs, Ministry of National Development


India

B.K. Chaturvedi

Member for Energy, Planning Commission


Italy

Stefania Prestigiacomo

Minister of Environment, Land and Sea


Japan

Hideichi Okada

Vice Minister for International Affairs, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry


Mexico

Aldo Flores

Assistant Secretary of Energy for International Affairs


Norway

Per Rune Henriksen

State Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Energy


People's Republic of China

Wan Gang

Minister of Science and Technology


Republic of Korea

Choi Joong-kyung

Minister of Knowledge Economy


Russian Federation

Sergey Shmatko

Minister of Energy


Spain

Fabricio Hernández

Secretary of State for Energy


South Africa

Dipuo Peters

Minister of Energy


Sweden

Maud Olofsson

Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Communications


United Arab Emirates

Anwar Mohammed Gargash

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs


United Arab Emirates

Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber

Special Envoy for Energy and Climate Change Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs


United Kingdom

Chris Huhne

Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change