Cleantech Forum XXVI

2/24/2010

Clean Technology and Emerging Companies + Venture Capital

Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery St.
San Francisco, CA 94105

Charles C. Comey

Charles C. Comey

Sponsorship

Melissa Ruth
mruth@mofo.com

Morrison & Foerster is a sponsor of the Cleantech Forum XXVI “Taking Cleantech to Scale” in San Francisco February 24-26th, 2010 at The Palace Hotel.  As a sponsor, we will present the following break-out panel discussion on Thursday, February 25 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.:

 

China/U.S. Cross-Border Investment in Cleantech

China’s ambitious renewable energy goals, national incentive programs, and aggressive fuel economy standards will enable the growth of a domestic Cleantech industry that some have predicted could reach $1 trillion, or 15% of China’s GDP, by 2013.  At the same time, the U.S. is increasing its focus on retrofitting existing infrastructure for efficiency.  This panel will discuss differences in Cleantech investment priorities between the U.S. and China, their implications and key issues for cross-border Cleantech deals between the U.S. and China.

 

Moderator:

Charles Comey, Managing Partner of the Shanghai Office, Morrison & Foerster

Panel:

Raj Atluru, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson

Ken DeWoskin, Senior Director, Deloitte China

David Yarnold, Executive Director, Environmental Defense Fund

Honghui Yu, Vice President, China Energy Conservation Investment Co.

 

The Cleantech Forum will bring together 1,000 industry leaders ushering in new forms of financing for scale and innovation, for a broader set of global demands and new business models.  Attend Cleantech Forum and gain a competitive advantage as large corporate incumbents and governments worldwide play an increasing role in financing and scaling Cleantech.  Learn about the new business models and markets that a maturing Cleantech sector is creating.  Attendees have access to first-hand accounts from the new companies appearing, the new funds investing, and corporations looking for partners. 


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