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This is the 4th part of the Greener Together:

China-Nordic Dialogue on Carbon Neutrality campaign organised in collaboration with the Norwegian Business Association China and FinnCham in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong, and supported by the Danish Chinese Business Forum in Denmark.

In this campaign, we are hosting monthly webinars, where we invite expert speakers to provide an overview of relevant policies and initiatives in China and Europe, and industry leaders on implementation in China, providing inspiration and hands-on tools on how to adapt your HQ goals into your Chinese operations, followed by Q&A.

Over the recent years, reducing carbon emissions has become the main sustainability issue

(both for governments and for companies), globally and in China.

China has set ambitious targets with peak carbon emissions in 2030 and carbon neutrality in 2060.

These targets will have large impact on companies, some of these impacts may be:

· New regulations, such as carbon pricing & demands for energy efficiency in new builds.

· Shifting customer demands that focus on global commitments to emission reduction.

· Reporting on supply chain emissions due to EU regulations.

· Potential market opportunities for emission reducing technologies.

· Young talents may increasingly wish to work on sustainability related issues, or within companies with good sustainability profile.


Focus this time, will be "Green Energy for Decarbonising production in China".

The event will take place on the 16th February 4-5 pm (CN Time).

Format will be hybrid - offline at the Royal Danish Embassy and online on Teams

Webinar Link will be sent out to the participants 1 day prior to the event

Program and speakers:

1.Welcome by Anna Yip, Secretary General, DCCC, and Henrik Martens, Head of Denmark's Energy Team in China

2."Green Energy development in Denmark – inspiration for China?" by Erik Kjær, Chief Advisor, Danish Energy Agency

3."Green Energy development in China – what to expect?" by Sharon Feng, Senior Consultant, Azure International

4."Demand for Green Energy in China – Direct Electrification" by Amelia Zheng, Comminication and Corporate Affairs Manager at Novo Nordisk

5."Demand for Green Energy in China – Indirect / Power-to-X" by Thomas Huang, Director of New Business Strategy at Yara China

6."Opportunities and challenges in securing green energy supply for large industrial consumers in China" by Jingkun Li, Advisor, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP)

7."Power-to-X / Green Ammonia coming up" by Topsoe (Speaker TBC)

8.Q&A moderated by Henrik


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