Second US-China Energy Cooperation Program Annual Working Meeting Held Successfully

On March 28th, the Second US-China Energy Cooperation Program Annual Working Meeting was successfully held in Beijing. Co-hosted by NEA and US-China Energy cooperation program (ECP) and undertaken by SGCC, the meeting was attended by more than 120 delegates from NEA, Ministry of Commerce, U.S. embassy, ECP Management Board Executive Committee, and many well-known energy enterprises from China and the U.S. The theme of the conference is "to create a win-win US-China partnership on clean energy ". SGCC assistant president Zhang Wenliang presided over the conference and gave the opening speech.

ECP was officially established after the two countries signed the Memorandum of Understanding on the U.S.-China Energy Cooperation Program (ECP) between Chinese National Energy Administration and Ministry of Commerce and the U.S. Departments of Commerce and Energy, and the U.S. Trade & Development Agency when U.S. President Obama visited China during November 2009. As the platform for bilateral recognition and public-private partnership, ECP has helped with government policies and business activities since 2009. During the twenty-second JCCT 2011, Chinese National Energy Administration and the United States Trade and Development Agency signed a "Memorandum of Understanding", expanding and deepening the cooperation in clean energy.

Zhang Wenliang pointed out in his speech that SGCC attached great importance to the development of clean energy and actively participated in it. The grid??s interconnection of new energy has been greatly enhanced. SGCC makes great efforts to expand the exchange and cooperation with its international peers, promotes innovative practice in Strong and Smart Grid, and has made important breakthroughs in smart grid construction. He also hoped that this meeting could provide an opportunity for mutual learning and exchange in the field of clean energy and the two sides could work together to promote the cooperation and development of clean energy.

Source: Department of International Cooperation

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