International Network of Energy Transition Think Tanks (INETTT) is a network of think tanks specializing in energy transition and climate change in many different countries around the world. INETTT was established with a participation of 11 think tanks to create:
- Global Training Program/Network (Fellowship program for young energy professions, organized by Agora)
- Joint publication on lessons learned
- Joint projects/studies (On-going project on Energy Transition in Southeast Asia)
- Joint Library/database
The Institute for Climate and Society (iCS) is a philanthropic organization that promotes prosperity, justice and low carbon development in Brazil. The Institute operates as a bridge between international and national funders and local partners. Consequently, iCS is part of a wide network of philanthropic organizations that are dedicated to finding solutions to the climate crisis. As an independent Brazilian organization, iCS belongs to an international network of organizations that catalyse world-leading climate policy at international, national and city levels to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases.
Location: R. Gen. Dionísio, 14 - Botafogo, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, 22271-050, Brazil
Iniciativa Climática de México (ICM) is a non-profit non-governmental organization founded in 2016 dedicated to reducing Mexico’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. ICM’s experienced and knowledgeable team produces high-quality technical papers on the status of climate policy, power, and transport in Mexico, identifying trends and tendencies in these sectors. ICM has solid working relationships with different areas of the Mexican Government, the Mexican Congress, sectorial business associations, bilateral and multilateral organizations, and non-governmental organizations from the policy, energy and transport and mobility areas.
Location: Amores 1120, office 102, Col. Del Valle, CP 03100, Mexico City
The Green Energy Strategy Institute (GESI), founded in 2009, brings independent fact-based expertise to the Korean energy debate. GESI delivers policy recommendations and provides independent and transparent analysis for the development of renewables in South Korea.
Location: KR # 25, H Business Park B, 25, Beopil-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea
Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR), based in Indonesia, is a research and advocacy institution on energy and environment policy. IESR was found in 2007, formally is Working Group on Power Sector Restructuring (WGPSR), the first civil society organization to encourage public participation in the formulation of policies and decisions in the Indonesian electricity sector, which at that time was not sufficiently transparent.
Location: Jl. Tebet Barat Dalam VIII No. 20B Jakarta Selatan 12810 Indonesia
The Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC) is an international non-government group advancing fair climate policy and low carbon, climate-resilient development. ICSC was established in 1998, based at the Philippines, it is engaged with the wider international climate and energy policy arena, particularly in Asia. It is recognized for its role in helping advance effective global climate action and the Paris climate agreement.
Location: Address: 89-B Sct. Dr. Lazcano St., Brgy. Laging Handa, Quezon City 1103, Philippines
Renewable Energy Institute was established in the aftermath of Fukushima Nuclear Accident, in August 2011, to establish renewable energy based society in Japan and other countries. REI conducts scientific studies on renewable energy policies, advocates the policy makers and introduces global knowledges of renewables to the public. REI also focuses on electricity system reform, including transmission managements, to create flexible and transparent electricity market with realizing high penetration of renewables to the grid.
Location: 8F, DLX Building, 1 Chome-13-1 Nishishinbashi, Minato City, Tokyo 105-0003, Japan
IDDRI is an independent policy research institute and a multi-stakeholder dialogue platform that identifies the conditions and proposes tools to put sustainable development at the heart of international relations and public and private policies. IDDRI’s research and influence capacities are centred on alliances and networks of expertise in many countries in Europe and internationally.
Location: 41 Rue du Four, 75006 Paris, France
SHURA Energy Transition Center contributes to decarbonisation of the energy sector via an innovative energy transition platform. It caters to the need for a sustainable and broadly recognised platform for discussions on policy, technological, and economic aspects of the Turkey’s energy sector. SHURA’s mission is to support the debate on transition to a low-carbon Turkey’s energy system through energy efficiency and renewable energy by fact-based analysis and best available data.
Location: Evliya Çelebi, 34430 Beyoğlu/İstanbul, Turkey
Forum Energii is a think tank, focused on forging the foundation for a clean, innovative, safe and efficient energy sector based on data and analysis. It observes world trends, analyses data and changes in regulations. Forum Energii shares its knowledge through research activities and by supporting dialogue on the future of power sector. Its mission is to support Poland’s implementation of climate goals in 2020 and in 2030. It is supported by the European Climate Foundation and EUKI.
Location: Fryderyka Chopina 5A/lok. 20, 00-559 Warszawa, Ba Lan
Agora Energiewende is a think tank and policy institute, dedicated to supporting the success of the clean energy transition, including the German government’s climate protection and energy targets. Agora was found in 2012 by European Climate Foundation (ECF) and Mercator Foundation, based in Berlin, Germany to tackle the challenges posed by the energy transition. Since its inception, Agora Energiewende has been one of Europe’s leading energy policy think tanks.
Location: Anna-Louisa-Karsch-Straße 2-20 10178 Berlin, Germany
Vietnam Initiative for Energy Transition (VIET), founded in August 2018 in Hanoi, is an independent think tank, acting as a bridge between research and policy, with a mission to accelerate the transition of Vietnamese energy system in a sustainable and reliable manner. VIET’s institutional independence is rooted in the individual independence of its scholars. As a non-profit social enterprise, VIET commits to carry out activities for social and environmental objectives.
Location: 7th Floor, Hanoi Tourist building 18 Ly Thuong Kiet street, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi