USTDA China Clean Energy Exchange Program Phase II Reverse Trade Mission (RTM)
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) will invite three groups of twelve delegates each to visit the United States for a series of 14 day Reverse Trade Missions (RTMs) during the period of mid 2012 thru late 2013.
The objective of the “China Clean Energy Exchange Program Phase II” is to familiarize Chinese energy sector officials and project sponsors with U.S. technologies and best practices employing; Renewable Energy, Smart Grid Practices, Distributed Generation, Clean Coal, Clean Transportation, Industrial Energy Efficiency and Energy Efficient Buildings/Eco Cities.
Each visit schedule will include meetings with U.S. regulatory agencies and financial institutions and with commercial companies to exchange information with regard to the commercial, technological, regulatory, and financial aspects associated with clean energy project development. This USTDA funded activity follows an earlier series of three Reverse Trade Missions conducted in 2010 and 2011 (Phase I) and complements and directly supports the “U.S. – China Energy Cooperation Program (ECP)” that was announced by President Obama during his meeting with Chinese President Hu Jintao in Beijing, China in November, 2009 and re-endorsed during the Chinese president’s state visit to the U.S. in December, 2011.
USTDA host several Roundtable Meetings (Government and Industry) in addition to either a half day or full day “Business Briefing” during each RTM designed for U.S. firms. Attending U.S. firms will receive information directly from the Chinese delegates relative to their “Clean Energy Projects” and will have an unprecedented opportunity to interact with the delegates on a one-to-one basis in a professional and confidential environment.
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