The event taking place in Shanghai from 16th to 18th September 2008, will provide presentations and expert knowledge sessions from industry practitioners that had successfully embrace the cutting-edge marketing movement...
China, 15th July 2008 -- "Asia is playing an increasing role on energy market", said Andrei Marcu, president and chief executive officer of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA).
According to CBN weekly, future global carbon trading market will reach an annual 200 billion to 205 billion U.S. dollars, while China will account for one quarter of it. In the next few years, global carbon emissions trading market will reach the total trade volume of more than 100 billion U.S. dollars according to CBN weekly.As we are approaching 2012, the concerns for this particular industry are tremendous. As such, different market players need to pace with the advancement and the trend of the Carbon Trading to bring their business into a greater height.
The G8 Summit held recently had failed to win the support from the largest two developing country - China and India, quoted from Finanical Times. With an expectation for over 50 billion U.S. dollars, this lucrative blooming market is overwhelmingly led by China though it might be quite tough for investors to knock the door.
A 3-days power-packed event -- China Carbon Insights 2008 taking place in Shanghai from 16th to 18th September 2008, will provide presentations and expert knowledge sessions from industry practitioners that had successfully embrace the cutting-edge marketing movement. On the last day, a workshop about understanding the new Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) methodology will be arranged to enhance better understanding.
During the tailored conference, participants will get the greatest exposure to market players such as CDM project owners and developers, international CDM buyers, Designated Operational Entity (DOE) and intermediary companies and others. China Carbon Insights 2008 will offer an excellent knowledge sharing and corporate networking platform for all participants.
Why China Carbon Insights 2008? According to United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Asia and Pacific accounted for 80% of carbon trade volume in the CDM market. New projects in Asia increased dramatically. China accounted for 51% of the world's CDM carbon emission credits. During the first three quarters of 2007, the number of CDM projects is over 500, 2.5 times more than that in 2006. According to UN reports, China will continue to be the biggest seller of CDM credits.
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