Applications Sought for Companies Interested in Clean Energy Exhibition being held in China

Companies interested in exhibiting their clean energy technology at the 8th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) in China should submit applications by March 11.

The Clean Energy Technology Exhibition is part of CEM8, which is being held from June 6 to 8 in Beijing. The annual meeting brings together energy ministers and other high-level delegates from 24 member countries and the European Union to promote policies and share best practices to accelerate the global transition to clean energy.

CEM8 will be co-located with the Second Mission Innovation Ministerial (MI-2). CEM will focus on scaling the deployment of clean energy technologies and solutions that are available today. MI-2 will concentrate on scaling research and development for the new technologies of the future.

During the exhibition, companies and organizations from around the world will be highlighting their innovative clean energy technologies, products, and business models. The exhibits will focus on six sectors: renewable energy, energy-efficient technologies and facilities, energy storage technologies and facilities, digital energy and smart grid, electric vehicles and related technologies, and finance and business model innovation.

CEM 7 was held in conjunction with the inaugural Subnational Clean Energy Ministerial (Sub-CEM) in San Francisco in June 2016.

Mayors, governors, ministers and other regional leaders from around the world involved in the fight against climate change gathered for Sub-CEM, which highlighted action from states, provinces and cities to use cleaner energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Sub-CEM was open to subnational jurisdictions that signed or endorsed the Under 2 MOU agreement, which is a global pact of subnational jurisdictions spearheaded by California and the German state of Baden-Württemberg to limit the increase in global average temperature to below 2 degrees Celsius.

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