||Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association
Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ)
|Type of Organization:
||No.2105 Wuhua Plaza, A4 Che Gong Zhuang St. Xicheng District, Beijing 100044 P.R.China
Detailed description of the requested event(max. 200 words):
This side event brings together stakeholders from three typical PV market areas, Germany, China, and MENA, with politicians, analysts and business representatives to analyze the reasons for this boom and bust and explore ways to create framework conditions for a more sustainable development.
Identification of all organizing partners:
China Renewable Energy Industry Association (CREIA)
No.2105 Wuhua Plaza, A4 Che Gong Zhuang St.
Xicheng District, Beijing 100044 P.R.China
Mrs. Zhang Muzi
Department Director, Communication and Marketing,
Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit gGmbH (GIZ)
Sino German Renewable Energy Programme
Sunflower Tower 1100
37 Maizidian Street, Chaoyang District
100125 Beijing, PR China
T: +86 10 8527 5589 ext. 201
M: +86 156 111 010 35
F: +86 10 8527 5591
Thematic focus, speakers and presenters:
Thematic focus: Solar PV deployment between subsidies and markets. Exploring ways to a more sustainable development path.
Four short keynote addresses (10 min each) will set the frame for a discussion of policy makers from China, Germany, and the MENA region.
Global Researcher / Policy Analyst
e.g. Paolo Frankl or Hugo Chandler, IEA Renewable Energy Division, Policy considerations for deploying Renewables Or Krister Aanesen, Associate Principal in McKinsey’s Oslo Office, Stefan Heck, Director in McKinsey’s Stanford Office, Or Dickon Pinner, Principal in McKinsey’s San Francisco Office: How the Solar PV industry can emerge from the bust. (see McKinsey Briefing “Solar Power. Darkest before Dawn.” (April 2012)
Chinese Researcher / Policy Analyst: e.g. Mr. Wang Sicheng, Senior Researcher at Energy Research Institute of NDRC, Proposals for a sustainable development of the Chinese Solar Market.
German Researcher / Policy Analyst: e.g. Prof. Dr. Christoph M. Schmidt, Rheinisch-Westfälisches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (RWI), acatech, The German Solar PV promotion policies and its future perspectives.
MENA Researcher / Policy Analyst: e.g. Dr. Fred Moavenzadeh, President, Masdar Insititute of Science and Technology, Current situation and Outlook of MENA PV industry
Round Table of Policy makers with experts above: How to avoid the boom and bust cycles. (45 minutes)
Representative of National Energy Administration of Peoples Republic of China (DG level or higher)
Representative of German Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (DG level or higher);
Representative of Ministry of Energy of MENA Region (DG level or higher from Dubai, Egypt, Morocco or Tunisia)
Event’s potential contribution to the goals and objectives of the ADIREC 2013 (max 50. Words):
By facilitating an international exchange about the recent developments of the solar sector and its crisis, this side event explores ways to develop the solar PV sector in the new solar markets, especially in the MENA region, more sustainably. It should be a forum for discussion and learning in order to develop more efficient and targeted policies for promoting Solar PV deployment.