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2017 US-China Green Energy Summit

Chengdu, China
September 11-13, 2017
Date: 
Monday, September 11, 2017 - 08:00 - Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - 22:00
Venue: 
Chengdu, China

The US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC) is pleased to announce:

2017 US-China Green Energy Summit is co-organized with 2017 Western China Overseas High Tech Conference (OHTC) Chengdu, China, September 11-13, 2017

FLASH! Early Bird Registration Now Open for 2017UCGES. Please click US-China Green Energy Council website, http://www.ucgec.org/2017summit

The worldwide Energy Transition will be the focus of hot topics at this premier conference, bringing together leaders from three major industries in the US and China, to promote green energy for meeting the global electricity demand while reducing pollution. These prominent and distinguished leaders will include government officials from China and US as well as industry leaders in Electric Power, Renewable Energy, Information Technology and Internet Infrastructure. This is a unique conference on global visions and solutions. The theme this year is on rebalancing global objectives and local interests to build a new consensus on green energy development and the holistic integration of the next-generation Internet with the Electric Power Grids, especially the soon-to-be realized Smart Grid and Energy Internet.

Founded in 1995, the Western China Overseas High Tech and High Talents Conference (OHTC, http://www.schkh.com) is co-hosted by the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council and Sichuan Provincial People’s Government and co-organized by Chengdu Municipal Government and related departments of provincial level. The OHTC is one of China’s most influential gatherings of high tech talents and is the most important platform for western China’s technical exchange and cooperation with foreign talents and high tech industries.

The 16th OHTC in 2017 will encompass China’s major development strategies, highlight international collaboration of leading-edge technologies, conduct a series of exchanges in technical talents and research programs, and international academic discussions including: introduction of venture capital, holding of OHTC global Chinese innovation and startup competition, encouragement of overseas talents for Sichuan’s innovation and startups; hold “Tian Fu (Sichuan) Forum”, inviting leaders of the Chinese government, ministries and commissions, key leaders of Sichuan province, Nobel prize winners, overseas academicians, and international technical talents for cooperation; hold the 4th Summit and Forum between Nobel prize winners and Chinese and American academicians, to promote interaction and practices of Sichuan and international medical industry; and hold the US-China Green Energy Summit to assist international exchanges with Sichuan in the energy industry.

About US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC)

The US-China Green Energy Council (http://ucgec.org) is a leading 501(C) 3 non-profit and non-government organization, which was founded in Silicon Valley in 2008. The mission of UCGEC is to counter the degradation of the world’s environment by promoting cooperation among the people, businesses, governments, industrial and academic organizations in the US and China.

Conference and Sponsorship Opportunities
Contact: 
Xiaofeng Zhang, Executive Vice President, UCGEC at xiaofeng.zhang@ucgec.org
Fang Cao, Vice President, UCGEC at fang.cao@ucgec.org

2016 UCGES History Event, http://www.ucgec.org/events/2016ucges

 



Organized by

 

US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC)

 

 

 

Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering (CSEE)

 

Energy Internet Research Institute (EIRI), Tsinghua University



 

Sichuan University

 

Chongqing University

 

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

 



Co-hosted by

China Renewable Energy Society

China Electro-technical Society

Zhejiang University

 

Electric Power Research Institute, Inc.(EPRI,US)

 

Stanford Energy Club (SEC)

North America Chinese Power Professional Association

R20 Regions of Climate Action

Shixi.com

 


Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 

Energy Internet Research Center
North China Electric Power University

IEEE PES San Francisco Chapter

GCL New Energy