6 November, the KBTU hosted representatives of Central Asian ministries, energy industry experts and international organizations - the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and the United Nations Development Programme in Kazakhstan (UNDP) - to raise the issue of accelerating energy transition in Central Asian countries.

 Dialogue participants intend to promote regional cooperation, provide technical capacity support and help Central Asian countries to innovate, modernize their regional infrastructure and build sustainable energy systems that are secure, affordable and deliver net zero.

 Representatives of UNECE, UNDP, Ministry of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan and KBTU spoke at the opening of the Forum, highlighting the main issues on energy transition.

 The Almaty Energy Forum will last until November 8.