Business Finland together with other Team Finland players, in collaboration with the Institute of Electric Power Economics and Technology, Southeast University, is organizing a China-Finland Industrial Park Smart Energy (Jiangsu) Hybrid Forum on Wednesday 8 December, 2022 at 07:30 – 11:00 (EET) Finnish time / 13:30 – 17:00 (CST Beijing).
The Jiangsu Province, located in the Yangtze River Economic Belt, is one of the provinces with the highest level of economic development in China. The Province has been at the forefront of China's energy transition.
In the "Guiding Opinions on Improving the Regulation Capability of Power System in Jiangsu Province" issued by the Jiangsu Provincial Energy Administration, multiple measures to improve the flexibility and adaptability of the system are put forward, in order to achieve an efficient, clean and low-carbon power system. A large number of local industrial parks are facing the requests of green transition, not only in form of higher percentage of renewable energy but also in more energy efficient solutions.
In order to promote Finland as a leading country in the smart energy and energy efficiency sector, we want to introduce Finnish solutions and companies to the energy stakeholders in the Jiangsu Province through a forum. Major energy service and power engineering companies from Jiangsu (Including State Grid Jiangsu, China Energy Engineering Jiangsu, Suzhou City & Energy Institute) will be invited to join.
Finnish companies will have a chance to introduce their solutions during the Forum.
This business seminar is aimed at Finnish companies in the smart energy and smart grid sector including power generation, fuel cell, hydrogen, energy storage, energy efficiency and other renewable energy solutions.
We welcome all interested participants to register for the event, at the latest on 30 November, 2022.
Note that the final agenda and speakers will be confirmed closer to the event and will be shared with all registered participants prior to the event.
This Forum will take place on-site in the city of Nanjing, and also on zoom for those who wish to participate online. This seminar has a minimum of five and a maximum of eight participating Finnish companies. Business Finland will inform the registered companies on 2 December if they have been selected by the Chinese counterpart to give a company pitch. All interested companies are welcome to join the event as participants.
Attendance to the event is free of charge, however, requires a registration.
The online platform is Zoom, event language is in English/Chinese, simultaneous interpretation will be provided.
We are closely following the Covid-19 travel restrictions and upcoming changes related to them. The seminar may be postponed or changed to completely online if restrictions are tightened in local venue.