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Acting Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency

Keynote address: The role of AD in abating potent greenhouse gas as part of a renewable energy future

Under the IEA’s Sustainable Development Scenario, by 2030, methane emissions are around 70% lower than in 2020. The role of AD in abating this potent greenhouse gas as part of a renewable energy future will be addressed by Mr Sadamori.

Keisuke Sadamori took up his duties as Director of the Office for Energy Markets and Security at the International Energy Agency in October 2012. Previously, he held the post of Deputy Director General for Policy Co-ordination at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Japan. He had been involved with the IEA for a number of years as IEA Governing Board Representative for Japan and as Co-Chair of the Standing Group on Long Term Co-operation. Over the years, Mr Sadamori has served in the Cabinet of the Prime Minister of Japan and has co-ordinated numerous important projects, including work following the Fukushima-Daiichi accident in March 2011. Keisuke Sadamori will continue serving as acting Deputy Executive Director until Former US Ambassador Mary Burce Warlick assumes the role.


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