Webinar: Selling American Energy Efficiency Products and Services in China
The U.S. Department of Commerce, the China-U.S. Energy Efficiency Alliance and the U.S. China Clean Tech Center
The series is organized by the U.S. Department of Commerce (U.S. Commercial Service), in collaboration with the China-U.S. Energy Efficiency Alliance and the U.S.-China Cleantech Center.
Cost: $45 per webinar
(Discounts for Alliance Partners).
Webinar log-on information will be sent to registered participants 1 week before each webinar.
Check our website for updates on dates and registration information: chinauseealliance.org/webinar2014/
Moderator: Elizabeth Turner-Fox, iCET
Speaker: Nand Ramchandani, OSIsoft LLC
Speaker: Jay Sparling, Honeywell
Moderator/Speaker: Elizabeth Shieh, Commercial Officer, US Embassy, Beijing
Speaker: Helena Fu, Deputy Director, Clean Energy, US Department of Energy China office
Speaker: Ben Foster, Senior VP, Optony
Moderator: Terry Fry, Senior Vice President, Nexant
Speaker: James Chapman, Bingham
Speaker: Benjamin Bai, Allen & Overy
There will also be a 4th webinar on energy efficiency finance this summer. Stay tuned!
For more details, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org; (t) 415-951-8975
U.S. Department of Commerce (U.S. Commercial Service) is the trade promotion arm of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. U.S. Commercial Service trade professionals in over 100 U.S. cities and in more than 75 countries help U.S. companies get started in exporting or increase sales to new global markets. www.trade.gov/cs/
The China-U.S. Energy Efficiency Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting human health and the global environment by working with China to harness energy efficiency as a preferred energy resource. Since 2005, the Alliance has worked closely with industry, government officials and other experts from China and the U.S. to develop and implement projects and policies to improve energy efficiency in China. As an official Strategic Partner of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Alliance works to increase access to Chinese markets for American businesses that focus on energy efficiency solutions. www.chinauseealliance.org
The US China Clean Tech Center (UCCTC) is dedicated to providing US clean technology firms a cost-effective and strategic launching pad to showcase products and services in China’s leading markets for clean technology. With local operations and staff in China, they have considerable and immediate on-the-ground capacity in China to lead “hands-on” facilitation of deal making to sell US clean technology products, host seminars on how to conduct business in China (i.e., protecting intellectual property rights) and organize trade missions to and from the US to their local partners in China. www.uschinacleantech.org