Worldwide, ADEME is involved in the implementation of bilateral cooperation with similar agencies and in the support of the agreements signed by its parent ministries.ADEME has developed partnerships, focussed in particular on the energy management sector, with its counterparts in the Mediterranean (ADEREE in Morocco, ANME in Tunisia and APRUE in Algeria) and Asia (Bureau of Energy Efficiency in India and NEDO in Japan). In China it also supports two Franco-Chinese agreements on sustainable urban development and the environment. Finally, ADEME is highly involved in multilateral cooperation with international associations and networks such as:
- MEDENER, the Mediterranean Association of National Agencies for Energy Management;
- The IPEEC, the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation;
- The ECREEE, the ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency.
ADEME participates in climate negotiations within the French delegation on the issue of technology transfer, acting as the French focal point for the Climate Technology Centre & Network (CTCN).TCN).
Local strategiesAs part of its energy and climate activities, ADEME is a stakeholder in several international multilateral cooperation actions.
Mediterranean Solar Plan (MSP)The MSP, a Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) initiative that brings together 43 European and Mediterranean countries, was launched in July 2008. Its dual objective is to increase renewable electricity production by 20 GW by 2020 and promote energy efficiency.
Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) initiativeTo bring high-level political support to facilite access to energy, the UN Secretary General launched in September 2011 the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) initiative. This initiative was designed to support three major objectives by 2030.
It also supports French delegations and represents France in various agreements that aim to strengthen international commitment to sustainable development.
ADEME participates in climate negotiations within the French delegation on the issue of technology transfer, acting as the French focal point for the Climate Technology Centre & Network (CTCN). as in networks such as the EnR, the IPEEC or the International Energy Agency (IEA). ADEME, together with foreign trade actors, fosters meetings between companies during thematic seminars.