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Published on Apr 7, 2015
Launched at the 2009 Summit of the Americas, ECPA serves as a platform for sharing ideas and devising solutions to achieve collective energy and climate goals. It provides a voluntary and flexible framework for member countries to advance cooperation on: renewable energy, energy efficiency, cleaner/efficient use of fossil fuels, energy poverty reduction, energy infrastructure, climate change mitigation and adaptation, and sustainable forests and land use. The United States remains committed to promoting energy security and addressing the effects of climate change in the Americas through the ECPA platform for cooperation. We are working closely with Mexico in preparation for the next ECPA Ministerial in Merida May 25- 26. The Department of State’s Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs has dedicated $34.6 million in grants and interagency agreements organizations, a public organization, and government agencies.