China Power & Energy 2007

Venue: Beijing

Location: Beijing, China

Event Date/Time: Jan 18, 2007
Registration Date: May 30, 2007
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China's booming economic growth and rapid industrialization has seen accelerated demand for electric power, with consumption in major urban cities such as Beijing and Shanghai growing at double-digit rates.

Securing a stable power supply is of vital importance for the Chinese government, as the country strives to balance its electricity supply and demand, so as to achieve a power surplus. Power grid construction is also considered critical as China is seeking to develop an ultra-high voltage power grid by 2020. Find out what are the governments¡¯ plans for power supply and power grid construction. Are they sufficient to meet demand?

Looking to cut its dependence on coal, China is also seeking to develop clean energy by using nuclear, wind and solar sources to generate power. "The government is vigorously making efforts to tap clean energies to optimize the current power generation mix, which relies on coal for some 80% of its power output and is blamed for severe environmental pollution and congested transportation," said Zhang Guobao, vice-minister of China's State Development and Reform Commission. Find out what is the preferred generation mix for the future.

You will network with :
Government officials and agencies, independent power producers, public and private utilities providers, self and co-generators, project developers and consultants, engineers, coal, oil and gas operation companies, OEMs and many more.