Renewable Energy Conference Presenter: Adam Roseman of ARC China

In: Adam Roseman|ARC China|Renewable Energy

30 Jun 2008

chinamountainsThe Commodities Fair Fujian China (CFFC) is one of China’s renowned trade fairs held on May 18-22 annually under the auspices of China’s Ministry of Commerce to promote trade and investment in China’s southeastern regions. Directly sponsored by Fujian Provincial People’s Government and China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, and jointly organized by Fujian Provincial Department of Foreign Trade & Economic Cooperation, Fujian Province Economic & Trade Commission, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Fujian Sub-council, and Fuzhou Municipal People’s Government, the CFFC 2008 session accommodated 500 exhibitors and over 20,000 attendees including 124 trade delegations from 28 countries and regions, 69 overseas Chinese trade delegations, 26 trade delegations from Taiwan and thousands of trade professionals from China’s 14 provinces.

Combined with “The 4th Leaders’ Summit of International Chambers of Commerce & Business Talks on Green Industries” in 2008, the international conference’s focus on the promotion of green industries in China brought in notable speakers from around the world.  Presenter Adam Roseman gave valuable insight into topics such as escalating global energy concerns and ramifications, global production of renewable energy, market growth and investments in the sector, government incentives, and the future of clean energy and corresponding investment in China.

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