China’s staggering commitments to reach 30GW of installed wind capacity by 2010, driven by government incentives, raise questions on the form the wind market is set to take and who stands to benefit most.

REFF China addresses these questions in its Extended Wind Session, covering the manufacturing, development and financing perspectives. The introduction of a solar feed-in-tariff in China signals the beginning of the race towards domestic installations, and the Solar Session will explore the recent developments on this front. Business dynamics between China and the US are cultivating a range of opportunities, driven ever stronger by a host of bilateral initiatives. The 5th REFF China introduces a New US-China Session exploring the two-way flow of ideas and business opportunities in the clean energy sectors to identify how this trend is set to develop.

New regulations are forming a new business reality in China: The scale up in installed capacity and renewable energy purchase obligations placed on utilities result in an urgent need to address grid infrastructure. REFF China is introducing a New Grid Session looking closely at the demands placed on infrastructure and the implications for developers.

Celebrating its 5th Anniversary, REFF China is the most established event tracking the financing dynamics of the renewable energy markets in China. With dedicated discussion forums and networking time, the conference will assemble all the leading stakeholders: regulators; financiers; developers and manufacturers to address these pivotal issues and form new business partnerships.

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