Tuesday, October 20, 2020 (12:00 PM - 2:00 PM) (GMT+8)Add to Calendar
Rosewood Hotel, Beijing, Salon 301, 3F
Jing Guang Centre, Hujialou, Chaoyang District, Beijing
From manufacturing firms to energy companies and sustainable investors, the evolution of China's electricity sector will have an impact on the bottom line. Now, the country's electricity markets are at a turning point. The complex process of introducing competitive markets now seems increasingly inevitable, with early-stage forward markets established across the country and pilot spot markets entering trial phases this year. All players across the value chain will be impacted as electricity pricing shifts from regulated to market-based. What do market reforms imply for electricity users, generators, investors and carbon emissions? And what are the emerging risks?
Join Christian Romig, Head of Management Consulting for China at AFRY, who will update on the reform progress, major roadblocks to overcome and provide a forward look for China's electricity system based projections to 2050.
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