Adam Roseman Featured Speaker at Chinese Conference

In: Adam Roseman|ARC China|Renewable Energy

1 May 2009

As CEO of private equity firm ARC China, Inc., Adam Roseman has gained extensive insight and experience in the renewable energy sector by working with a number of domestic Chinese companies such as China Energy Recovery, Inc. (OTCBB: CGYV).  China Energy Recovery engages in designing, marketing, licensing, fabricating, implementing, and servicing energy recovery systems.  Its technology captures industrial waste energy to produce low cost electrical power, enabling industrial manufacturers to reduce their energy costs, shrink their emissions footprint, and generate sellabikeriderble emissions credits.

“As China’s largest trade and investment promotion organization, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade is committed to providing quality services to its member enterprises all over China for their business in trade and investment.  Promoting environmentally-friendly business practices and green industries are important themes in the 21st century’s global economy.  Businesses that adopt green development strategies now will gain a strong edge over industry competitors in the future.  CCPIT is very pleased to be one of the sponsors of today’s conference and provide Fujian businesses with a platform in which they can meet with foreign professionals from the clean energy sector to explore future development and collaboration possibilities.  We are confident that ARC China’s expertise in the clean energy sector, along with its financial services and resources, will serve as a valuable resource for green industry advancement in Fujian,”

said  Mr. Yu Xiaodong, Director General, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT).

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