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UCGEC China Business Trip Sept. 24 - 29, 2010
- Help UCGEC member companies and individuals create business relationships, explore new markets, find partners, and identify investment opportunities in China.
- Further enhance the UCGEC’s strong connections with the Chinese local governments.
- Exchange thoughts with the top Chinese officials and executives on the US-China cleantech collaboration.
- Explore opportunities for the UCGEC and its members to collaborate with host cities on cleantech R&D, business, and investment.
Renewable energy (solar, wind, bio fuel), smart grid, LED, electric vehicle, battery, green building, low carbon city, etc.
Sept. 24 (Friday) – Sept. 25 (Saturday): Chongqing
Sept. 26 (Sunday) – Sept 29. (Wed): Chengdu
China (Chengdu) New Energy Int’l Forum & Fair 2010 (9/27 to 9/29)
$1500/person (or $2000 / person*)
Includes all arrangement and expenses in China:
- Official invitation letter and assistance for Chinese Visa application;
- All arranged transportation/hotels/meals during the trip in China;
- Registration to Chengdu New Energy Int’l Forum;
- All the meetings with governors, mayors, and other senior local government officials;
- All the meetings with new energy companies and development zones in China;
International airfare between the U.S. and China; Chinese Visa application fee ($140)
*$2000/person with be given UCGEC senior level membership ($500 value) and help on related documents preparation.
Please contact the delegation lead Mrs. Xiaofeng Zhang (email@example.com) soon if you are interested. The final registration is due on Aug.10, 2010.
The US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC, http://ucgef.org/) was founded in Silicon Valley as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The UCGEC’s Honorary Chairman is Mike Honda, a U.S. Congressman and the Vice Chair of the Democratic National Committee. The mission of the UCGEC is to facilitate and sponsor high impact Green Energy collaborative initiatives and projects between the U.S. and China, and to serve as a platform for the integration of policy, business, investment, research and educational projects for the two countries.