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Energy is at the nexus of national security, economic prosperity, and the environment. The Department of State’s work in national security, bilateral and multilateral diplomacy, commercial advocacy, environment and development are widely affected by energy concerns. The Bureau of Energy Resources (ENR) is working to ensure that all our diplomatic relationships advance our interests in having access to secure, reliable, and ever-cleaner sources of energy.

The Bureau of Energy Resources has three core objectives:

Energy Diplomacy: To manage the geopolitics of today’s energy economy through reinvigorated energy diplomacy with major producers and consumers of energy.

Energy Transformation: To stimulate the market forces that will sustain transformational energy policies in terms of alternative and renewable energy sources, electricity, development, and reconstruction.

Energy Transparency and Access: To expand good governance, increase transparency, and improve commercially viable and environmentally sustainable access to the 1.3 billion people without modern energy services.


Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit

Secretary Kerry (Apr. 5):
"For the first time in history -- despite the low price of coal, oil, and gas -- more of the world's money was spent fostering renewable energy technologies than was spent on new fossil fuel plants. That's a revolution." Full Text» More»

Remarks at the Energy Council 2016 Federal Energy and Environmental Matters Conference


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