The US Department of Commerce-Silicon Valley Center and the US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC) will organize a 2012 Green Energy business delegation to China on Sept. 8 - Sept 18, 2012. The delegation will promote exports of leading U.S. technologies related to clean energy, energy efficiency, electric vehicle, electric energy storage, cloud computing, Internet of things, smart grid and smart cities. The delegation will make stops in Ningbo, Nanjing, Suzhou and Changzhou, China, and the delegation will also attend 5th US-China Green Energy Conference in Changzhou, China
Seasoned professionals or new college graduates looking for a high tech career opportunity? Or, simply want to check out the latest job offerings in your professional fields? Look no further. The CASPA High Tech Job Fair is an excellent opportunity to talk to HR representatives and hiring managers from leading semiconductor and software companies. Register online, get your resume ready, and come check it out. We also have professionals to help to review your resume.
Prompted by government support, electric vehicle development & promotion is the hottest transportation sector objective in China today. All across China, municipalities and provinces seek technological solutions to limit automotive and transportation-related exhaust pollution while continuing the growth path to enable their products and goods to reach ports for world-wide distribution. Starting with its workers, China is now THE largest user and producer of electric mopeds, and has the goal to be a leading producer in electric cars, trucks and buses.
The US-China Green Energy Council’s IT and Green Energy steering committee is pleased to announce the first of its IT and Green Energy seminar series: “Enterprise Carbon Accounting – A Real Market or A Cleantech Bubble?”
We are honored to invite you to join the UCGEC business delegation to China, August 31 – Sept 9, 2009,
led by the UCGEC Chairman Robert Wu and/or President Bob Larson. The delegation will attend Chengdu
New Energy Int’l Forum & Solar Energy Fair 2009 and visit Chengdu, Chongqing, Xi’an, Nanjing,
Yangzhou, and other Shanghai’s surrounding cities. The delegation will meet governors, mayors and other
senior local government officials, and visit leading new energy companies and development zones in