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China Wind Power 2016

Hosted in Beijing, this exhibition is ranked among the top three globally in terms of scale, largely due to its ability to cover topics throughout the whole supply chain, and because of the strong presence of international stakeholders. As China Wind Power’s influence grows, international wind power equipment manufacturers and service providers are regarding it as their first choice for business development.

We will be hosting a panel session on What does China’s 13th 5year Plan as well as China’s COP21 commitment mean for China's (Renewable) Energy Industry? in Room W105, China International Exhibition Center from 1.30PM to 3.00PM on 20 October.

We will also be having our experts present in various sessions of the conference, including: 

  • Offshore wind farm harmonic resonance analysis, Sun Yin, Power System Researcher 
  • Offshore Wind Condition Analysis for the purpose of cost reduction, Han Tao, Load Analysis Engineer

Further details are to be announced. 

You can also speak to our experts at the UK Pavilion (W1 F03) or the Dutch Pavilion (W1 D19). We look forward to meeting you there.

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We will be hosting a panel session on What does China’s 13th 5year Plan as well as China’s COP21 commitment mean for China's (Renewable) Energy Industry? in Room W105, China International Exhibition Center from 1.30PM to 3.00PM on 20 October.

We will also be having our experts present in various sessions of the conference, including: 

  • Offshore wind farm harmonic resonance analysis, Sun Yin, Power System Researcher 
  • Offshore Wind Condition Analysis for the purpose of cost reduction, Han Tao, Load Analysis Engineer

Further details are to be announced. 

You can also speak to our experts at the UK Pavilion (W1 F03) or the Dutch Pavilion (W1 D19). We look forward to meeting you there.

Agenda

DNV GL sponsored Policy Session: What does China’s 13th Five Year Plan as well as China’s COP21 commitment mean for China’s (Renewable) Energy Industry?

Day 1

Room W105, 20th October 2016, 13:30 – 15.00pm

 

Panel

What does China’s 13th 5year Plan as well as China’s COP21 commitment mean for Chinas (Renewable) Energy Industry

Ponente

Ditlev Engel

Chairperson

Darius Snieckus

Editor-in-Chief, Recharge

Steve Sawyer

GWEC

Mathias Steck

Executive Vice President & Regional Manager, Asia Pacific, DNV GL - Energy

Shi Pengfei

Vice President, China Wind Energy Association

Sean Whittaker

Senior Renewable Industry Specialist, International Finance Corporation (IFC)

Wang Jixue, China Renewable Energy Engineering Institute