AustCham China would like to invite you to join us as we host the Energy Working Group Update – Part 2 – which will take place on 16 February, from 4:30 until 5:30 pm as a fully online webinar.
The second installment will provide an analysis on how China’s domestic energy production, construction industry and diversification of energy supply are all contributing to a lower carbon future.
In this update we will examine what opportunities this presents for the various parts of the energy value chain. Jess Brown, Counselor for the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources for the Australian Embassy in Beijing will moderate the session whilst guest speakers Glenn Bailey, General Manager at SinoStruct, Yao Li, Founder and CEO of SIA Energy and Murray Davis, Trade and Investment Commissioner, Greater China for Investment New South Wales will share their opinions and experiences with the audience.
These seminars intend to examine China’s green energy targets with a focus on President Xi’s pledge to make China ‘carbon neutral’ by 2060 and peak carbon emissions before 2030, and how technology, renewables and new energies will be used to achieve this. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to access priceless insights from a rapidly evolving Chinese energy industry.