European Pavilion at the Clean Energy Expo China 2013
Your gateway to the world’s largest green tech market
Join the European Pavilion at this year’s Clean Energy Expo China and be recognised as an innovative European brand, benefitting from heightened visibility and services of the EU SME Centre.
Date: July 3 -5 2013
Venue: China National Convention Centre, Beijing
Organiser: Koelnmesse in collaboration with the EU SME Centre
Main benefits at a glance
- Prime venue for promoting your green tech products to key Chinese decision makers;
- Dedicated matchmaking session for you to meet potential Chinese partners;
- Free consultations with business experts from the EU SME Centre and the China IPR SME Helpdesk;
- Free business trainings by EU SME Centre and China IPR SME Helpdesk experts;
- Presence of additional European trade promotion agencies;
- Free on-site translators;
- Koelnmesse is offering reduced rates starting at EUR 800 for all three days.
The European Pavilion and the services of the EU SME Centre
The pavilion is a designated area within the CEEC reserved as exhibition space for European companies. By grouping these companies together under a unified banner the pavilion will increase overall visibility, enable networking and provide a convenient venue for additional services by the EU SME Centre and the China IPR SME Helpdesk. The services, available to all SMEs visiting the fair, are:
Dedicated matchmaking of European SMEs and potential Chinese partners
To identify and help set up sustainable business partnerships, the EU SME Centre and Koelnmesse will organise individual matchmaking sessions for you to meet with Chinese counterparts at the pavilion.
One-to-one consultations with business experts from the EU SME Centre and the China IPR SME Helpdesk
Legal experts will be available at the EU SME Centre and China IPR SME Helpdesk info stands to answer your questions concerning best practices during market entry, IP protection and due diligence.
Market entry workshop presented by EU SME Centre and China IPR SME Helpdesk experts
A training session by EU SME Centre and China IPR SME Helpdesk experts will be given at the pavilion on July 4 on the topics below, each followed by a Q&A session.
- Opportunities for European SMEs in the world’s largest green tech market
- Know before you go: how to protect your intellectual property in China’s clean energy market
- German Biogas: Four years experience in the market (case study and open discussion)
- Ways to enter the Chinese clean energy market: from pilot projects to market shares
For more information on the training, please see here.
Clean Energy Expo China
The Clean Energy Expo China is one of the largest green tech trade shows in China, attracting 600 exhibitors and more than 18,000 visitors from 59 countries last year. The involvement of the China Electricity Council (CEC) makes this show the definitive trade event for the clean energy industry in Asia. The CEC, whose members include all major power producers in the country, acts as co-organiser of the show, ensuring that decision makers in government and industry will be present and accessible at the show.
The CEEC is uniquely positioned as the only cross-sector trade fair and conference in China showcasing the entire clean energy portfolio under one roof. The following sectors will be covered:
- Wind energy
- Solar photovoltaic
- Solar thermal power
- Other clean energies
- Grid integration
For more information on the Clean Energy Expo China, please see www.cleanenergyexpochina.com
The green tech sector in China
Driven by growing urgencies in energy security, food and water supply, and pollution on an immense scale, the green tech industry has become the top priority among China‘s strategic industries.
To sustain economic growth while reversing its negative impact on the environment, China is pushing ahead with its green tech policies and spending. Within just a few years, China has emerged as a green tech leader at the centre of almost every green tech market.
In 2012, China became global leader in green energy investment, attracting close to EUR 50 billion, 20% more than in 2011 and almost twice as much as the United States. China added 23 GW of clean energy capacity last year, boosting the total to 152 GW. The government plans to add another 49 GW of renewable energy capacity in 2013 alone: 21 GW in hydropower, 18 GW in wind and 10 GW in solar.
Opportunities in the sector abound for innovative European companies as their advanced technology is urgently needed if China is to keep its climate protection promises.
For more information on the EU SME Centre, please contact Jonas Rasch at email@example.com
For more information on the Clean Energy Expo China and the European Pavilion (including pricing and setup), please contact Ryan Lam at firstname.lastname@example.org