China Clean Energy Investor Forum 2010
The CTI PFAN China Clean Energy Investor Forum, hosted in Beijing, China, 12th-13th July 2010, showcased high-quality clean energy projects from China in front of some of Asia’s leading investors.
More than 180 investors, clean energy experts, and representatives of financial institutions from across the region participated in the event.
Twelve clean energy projects from Chinese busineses and entrepreneurs that have the potential of reducing China’s greenhouse gas emissions by 1 million metric tons a year, were presented at the forum.
The projects presented at the CTI PFAN China Clean Energy Investor Forum include small hydro, biomass, efficient lighting, waste-to-energy and other energy efficiency intiatives, which have a total generation capacity of 114 megawatts.
Photos from the event can be viewed here at the CTI PFAN photo gallery.
CTI PFAN is a multilateral, public-private partnership initiated by the Climate Technology Initiative in cooperation with the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Expert Group on Technology Transfer. In Asia, CTI PFAN is managed by USAID’s ECO-Asia Clean Development and Climate Program.