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SMART 2020 China

Starts
12:00AM, 10 October 2008
Ends
12:00AM, 10 October 2008
Location
To Be Confirmed
SMART 2020 China

SMART 2020 China was the second in a series of four global outreach events following the launch of the SMART 2020 report in June 2008 (produced by The Climate Group and The Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI). The aim of this event was to highlight the report's relevance to key stakeholders in China and to trace out a possible roadmap to advance ICT-enabled low carbon opportunities.

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Agenda

Keynote

Mr. Tiesheng YANG, Deputy Director, Department of Energy Conservation, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China

Industry Response to SMART 2020

Speakers:

Mr. Kemal Ayyildiz, President Asia, Deutsche Telekom Download presentation (pdf)

Mats Olsson, President of Ericsson China, Ericsson Download presentation (pdf)

Mr. Zhengmao LI, Vice President, China Mobile Download presentation (pdf)

Howard Xia, General Manager, Vodafone China

What Next? The SMART 2020 Transformation

How to facilitate the smart transformation, in terms of policy frameworks, standards, financial mechanisms and technology innovations, and what other barriers need to be overcome? What are the best practices in the four areas: smart motors, smart grids, smart logistics and smart buildings?

Speakers:

Overview: Mr. Longhai SHEN (Chair), Chairman, China Energy Conservation Association (EMCA) Download presentation (pdf)

Smart motors: Mr. Hongying WANG, President, Hubei Sanhuan Development Corporation Ltd.

Smart grids: Molly Webb, ICT Programme Director, The Climate Group

Smart logistics: Mr. Dingyi DAI, Vice President, China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing (CFLP)

Smart Buildings: Mr. Mahesh Tharoor, Director of Service and Energy Solutions, Johnson Controls

Closing Keynote: Mr. Andrew Hemm, Special Assistant to Chief Risk Officer, China Construction Bank Download presentation (pdf)

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