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  • UCGEC Honorary Chairman, US Congressman Mike Honda Speaking at 4th US-China Green Energy Annual Conference in Silicon Valley
  • Meeting with Dr. Han, Qide, Vice Chairman of China National People's Congress and the Chairman of China Science and Technology Association
  • UCGEC is well connected with both U.S. and China governments.
  • China Academy of Engineering organized a special technical meeting with UCGEC
  • Meeting with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Department of Commerce Mary Saunders in Washington DC
  • UCGEC organized 2013 US-China Green Energy Forum and Expo in Tianjin, China, sponsored by China NDRC, MOHURD, and Tianjin city
  • 3rd US-China Green Energy Annual Conference co-hosted by UCGEC, Department of International Cooperation of China Ministry of Science and Technology, and Suzhou municipal government.
  • UCGEC led Business Executive Delegations visiting China
  • UCGEC organized various project matching events between US and China
  • UCGEC Publications
UCGEC Honorary Chairman, US Congressman Mike Honda Speaking at 4th US-China Green Energy Annual Conference in Silicon Valley1 Meeting with Dr. Han, Qide, Vice Chairman of China National People’s Congress and the Chairman of China Science and Technology Association2 UCGEC is well connected with both U.S. and China governments.3 China Academy of Engineering organized a special technical meeting with UCGEC4 Meeting with Deputy Assistant Secretary of Department of Commerce Mary Saunders in Washington DC5 UCGEC organized 2013 US-China Green Energy Forum and Expo in Tianjin, China, sponsored by China NDRC, MOHURD, and Tianjin city6 3rd US-China Green Energy Annual Conference co-hosted by UCGEC, Department of International Cooperation of China Ministry of Science and Technology, and Suzhou municipal government.7 UCGEC led Business Executive Delegations visiting China8 UCGEC organized various project matching events between US and China9 UCGEC Publications10

UCGEC

The US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC) is a non-profit organization headquartered in the Silicon Valley, California. Its mission is to promote and strengthen U.S. and China collaboration in Green Energy by facilitating high impact clean-tech collaborative initiatives and projects between the U.S. and China and serving as a platform for the integration of policy, business, investment, and R&D projects for the two countries. The UCGEC includes six Task Forces such as Smart Grid, Green Building and Eco-City, Renewable Energy, Green IT, Clean Transportation,and Green Investment. Each task force is co-lead by the top business leaders and senior experts in this field in both US and China.

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Events

[Stanford Class] How China Aims to Achieve Environmental Sustainability | October 6, 2016

Stanford University, Skilling Auditorium
494 Lomita Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
Thursdays, 4:30 – 5:50 pm, October 6
Tue, 10/04/2016

Grid Modernization for the Increased Penetration of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs)

Challenges and Opportunities
US-China Green Energy Council (UCGEC) 2016 Seminar #1
Date: 
Thu, 03/17/2016 (All day)
Venue: 
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Courtyard 1B
Venue: 
650 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304
The US Department of Energy's Quadrennial Energy Review indicates the government's intentions for a 10-year, $3.5 billion spending plan to "provide the tools necessary for the evolution of the grid of the future." We are excited to present several distinguished speakers, to share insights of grid modernization with increased penetration of DERs - experience from both US and China, and explore opportunities for future collaboration. The leading professionals from smart grid innovative technology companies will cover several major topics, such as Integration Study of WECC for Distributed Energy Resources (DERs); Voltage/VAR Optimization for Green Solar CVR program; Grass Roots Green: Enabling Distributed Renewable Energy Development through Community Action, etc. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with experts in this exciting field from industrial leading companies and solution providers. Come to enjoy food and drinks, as well as plenty of networking opportunities.

Call for Papers: 2016 US-China Green Energy Summit on Developing Energy Internets to Combat Climate Change

Thu, 01/21/2016
The theme of the Summit is: “Developing Energy Internets to Combat Climate Change.” The Energy Transition worldwide will be the focus of several hot topics at this premier conference, joining leaders from three major industries in US and China, to promote green energy to meet the global electricity demand while reducing pollution. We will bring together government officials from China and the US with industry leaders in Electric Power, Renewable Energy, Information Technology and Internet Infrastructure sectors. This is a unique conference on global visions and solutions to combat climate change via the holistic integration of the next -generation Internets with the Energy sector, especially Smart Electric Power Grids.

Press Release: 2016 US-China Green Energy Summit on Building Energy Internets to Combat Climate Change

Palo Alto, California, July 14-15, 2016
Fri, 12/25/2015
The Energy Transition worldwide will be the focus of several hot topics at this premier conference, joining leaders from three major industries in US and China, to promote green energy to meet the global electricity demand while reducing pollution. We will bring together government officials from China and US with industry leaders in the Electric Power, Renewable Energy, Information Technology and Internet Infrastructure. This is a unique conference on global visions and solutions to combat climate change via the holistic integration of the next-generation Internets with the Energy sector, especially Smart Electric Power Grids.

Smart Grids Support Smart City, Energy Internet Accelerates Green Future

The 6th China Internatianal Smart Grid Construction Technology and Equipment Expo
Robert Wu:Chairman and CEO of the US-China Green Energy Council(UCGEC)
Mon, 09/21/2015
The first point of the evolution of key trends in the grid is the limitation of carbon emissions,we gradually move away from fossil fuel-based centralized electricity generation, and accelerate the development of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources. The Second point is that distributed energy, solar photovoltaic ,and energy storage costs are in rapid decline now, which will prompt rapid development of distributed power generation to some extent.