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5th Asia Clean Energy Forum 2010: Meeting the Technology Transfer Challenge
Presentations from the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2010 are now available in the Clean Energy Asia site*.
Video interviews with speakers, photos, and other event highlights from the Asia Clean Energy Forum 2010 and the Asia-Pacific Dialogue on Clean Energy Governance and Regulation are also available on the Clean Energy Asia site*.
Pre-Forum Workshops 21-22 June 2010
- Quantum Leap in Wind Power in Asia: Structured Consultation
- Asia Pacific Clean Energy Governance and Regulation Dialogue
- Regional Workshop on GHG Accounting
Policymakers, private sector firms, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) across Asia gathered on 22-25 June 2010 in Manila, Philippines for the 5th Asia Clean Energy Forum: Meeting the Technology Transfer Challenge.
The forum will promote best practices in policy and finance and will seek to catalyze actions that respond to the challenges posed by a new era of clean energy.
The forum focused on meeting the challenges of the new era of clean energy by exploring:
- how to scale-up the technology transfer and diffusion process
- best practices in and around the region
- how to effectively link energy efficiency and renewable energy projects to finance sources.
- Working Group Action Plan Matrices for the year
- Brainstorming sessions
- Consultation among stakeholders at various levels of IMT-GT operations
The Forum had over 1000 registered participants from 60 countries including stakeholders from governments, national and multinational banks, carbon and clean energy investment funds, project developers and service providers, environmental regulators, academe, civil society, and development partners and other international organizations.
Distinguished experts from governments, financial institutions, project developers and service providers, civil society, academia, and international organizations. See the detailed program with the list of speakers.