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  • ACEII - Events 近期行动
    January 14 2010 to discuss both underground coal gasification and future opportunities for low carbon energy partnerships between companies in Asia and the West The meetings also launched the Asia Clean Energy Innovation Initiative ACEII a joint effort by the Clean Air Task Force and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati to facilitate partnerships between companies and institutions in Asia and the West that can collaboratively develop and deploy innovative climate compatible

    Original URL path: http://aceii.org/eventsPaloAlto10.html (2016-02-17)
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  • ACEII - Events 近期行动
    a demonstrated interest in partnering with Western technology developers Duke Energy the third largest utility in the US currently building a commercial scale IGGC plant in Indiana and an assortment of smaller companies developing coal gasification technologies The Hangzhou discussions both formal and informal helped elucidate the opportunity for companies interested in cross border joint ventures and as in 2008 some of the key participants at the event are already teaming up to cooperatively develop and deploy CCS technology The Roundtable began in earnest with a panel on the development of low carbon coal technology development at energy majors featuring Richard Strait of KBR Dong Wen of ConocoPhillips and Xiaoyu Li of TPRI GreenGen They were followed by John Strauss of ThermoGen Hague and Shisen Xu of Huaneng who discussed their companies efforts to develop new gasification technology The afternoon session kicked off with presentations on CCS by Jinchun Xie the director of technology at Accelergy Julio Friedmann of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory via a recorded presentation and Dr Xu who outlined TPRI Huaneng s development of post combustion carbon capture technology The final moderated discussion of the Roundtable s first day featured Liu Feng of Datang Group and Dr Xu who again spoke on behalf of China Huaneng Group A reception and dinner followed Duke Energy s CTO David Mohler began the second day of the Roundtable with an overview of his company s strategy for deploying the next generation of coal technology After Mohler Henry Wang of Austrade Don Williams of ACCI co sponor Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati and Booz Co s Jeff MacCorkle discussed the potential for energy focused partnerships in China Conference chairmen Ming Sung of CATF and Todd Glass of Wilson Sonsini then led a group discussion about ACCI s purpose direction funding etc The

    Original URL path: http://aceii.org/eventsHangzhou.html (2016-02-17)
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    interest in advancing clean coal generation technologies that minimize carbon emissions and air pollution In short both countries will continue to use coal to fuel their economies The question is how The Clean Air Task Force Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati and Booz Company are accelerating the advancement of clean coal technologies through the Asia Clean Coal Initiative ACCI After a successful kick off roundtable event in Beijing in March 2008 ACCI is coming to the Silicon Valley On February 3 ACCI will present a moderated panel discussion among its principals and two venture backed companies that are proving ACCI s thesis collaboration between the U S and China will accelerate the development of clean coal technologies The distinguished panel will review the state of clean coal technologies opportunities for accelerating R D and the first commercial project development the incredible technical expertise found in China s universities and the abundant potential joint venture partners in China In addition the two companies GreatPoint Energy and Accelergy will discuss what those companies are doing in China why and the results to date The program is designed to provide VCs entrepreneurs energy technology companies and those in the mature energy industry with an

    Original URL path: http://aceii.org/eventsPaloAlto09.html (2016-02-17)
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    October 10 2008 Cambridge Massachusetts 亚洲在促进先进型煤气化技术发展中扮演的角色 2008年10月10日 马萨诸塞州剑桥市 In October 2008 ACCI convened a private meeting in Cambridge focused on how a China strategy can benefit both investors and advanced coal technology developers Attendees included a select group of energy technology developers several Boston based venture capital firms an energy sector economics analyst and staff from the Clean Air Task Force Three potential business opportunities were examined partnering in the

    Original URL path: http://aceii.org/eventsCambridge.html (2016-02-17)
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  • ACEII - Events 近期行动
    coal gasification Finally Nick Pennell the head of Booz Company s energy business in China described the environment for coal gasification project development Innovative energy companies with operations in both China and the US including GreatPoint Energy Accelergy and XinAo Group now known as ENN Group spent the first part of the afternoon detailing their respective gasification technologies while the Clean Air Task Force gave an overview of notable systems being developed by other companies They were followed by experts from Duke Energy and Great River Energy who shared their assessments of the market opportunity that could be available to developers of commercially viable gasification technology The second full day of the conference was kicked off by Patrick Jenevein of Tang Energy which has extensive experience partnering with Chinese firms to manufacture and export energy generation equipment His presentation provided a host of valuable insights into the obstacles and opportunities for East West joint ventures aimed at gasification development Lawyers Ying Li and Ing Loong Yang then described the types of joint ventures that can be formed under Chinese law and the continuing refinement of intellectual property rights in China an topic that generated some confusion mixed increasingly with optimism The conference concluded with a true roundtable discussion about how the assembled companies and institutions could work together to leverage the ample supply of innovation and energy found in China to accelerate the development and commercial deployment of climate friendly coal based generating technologies Key insights from the ACCI First Annual Roundtable included The pace of development in China needs to be seen to be understood Many of the key technologists Chinese or American are strongly linked with Western academic institutions China appears to provide substantial opportunities for Western companies to rapidly develop and commercialize key coal CCS technologies Small

    Original URL path: http://aceii.org/eventsBeijing08.html (2016-02-17)
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