China's Clean Energy: Current Research, Development & Cooperation
What: China's Clean Energy: Current Research, Development & Cooperation
When: Thursday, March 29, 2012
5:00pm Reception & Registration
Where: Northwestern University Chicago Campus
303 East Superior
Non member Fees: $10 Advance Reg / $15 Door / $5 Student
Diplomats of the Chinese Consulate General in Chicago will discuss China's current research and development program to produce energy in an environmentally benign fashion. The discussion will cover Chinese activities in the alternative energy arena including hydro, nuclear, wind, solar, clean coal and other green energy production endeavors. The program will also highlight China's objectives and efforts to reduce CO2 emissions by 2020 as well as China - US intergovernmental cooperation in clean energy production, particular attention paid to collaborative activities in the Greater Chicago area.
Speakers: Mr. Jianye Cao (Consul and Director of Science & Technology Office) and Mr. Qingqing Zhao (Consul) , Chinese Consulate General in Chicago
Discounted parking will be made available at the 222 E. Huron St. garage: Parking Map
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