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Priority recommendatios. Results and actions matrix. Goal: the rationale for energy sector transition. Context. Challenges and actions. Policy framing. Infrastructure including power systems and integration. Supply: renewable energy and other options (nuclear, gas, CCS) and finance. Demand, energy efficiency, and finance. Transport. Hard to abate sectors. Recommendations. Existing initiatives and possible compacts. Impacts.
Within the overall structure of the preparations for the High-level Dialogue on Energy, the energy transition theme focuses on why a major transformation of the energy sector is required and how it can be implemented in a just manner that reflects different national circumstances and opportunities. Energy access issues are addressed in a separate thematic paper, as are links to other SDGs and cross-cutting issues such as technology, innovation, and finance. These aspects are thus referenced here, but not addressed in depth manner. A transformation of the energy sector offers opportunities for sustained economic development, social inclusion, energy security, improved health, job creation, and other societal benefits. Such opportunities will be achieved only if the transformation is implemented in a just and inclusive manner. Although governments need to take the lead on goalsetting and process, involvement of the private sector, cities, and wider civil society, including youth, is essential for the design of a balanced and just transition process that is aligned with SDG7 and meets multiple economic and social priorities.