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Rising Power: Stanford Energy China Miniseries

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May 13, 2013

NVIDIA Auditorium | Jen-Hsun Huang Engineering Center
475 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA

    Led by the Steyer-Taylor Center's Jeffrey Ball, the China Miniseries is part of the weekly Stanford Energy Seminar, sponsored by the Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy and the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment.

    This exciting series of discussions about China's energy scene will start Monday, April 15, and run on several Monday afternoons over the next two months. Called "Rising Power," it will explore China's energy challenges and their implications for the world, particularly for the U.S. 

    The series, free and open to the public, will focus on how money is moving in China's energy system: who's investing, who's deploying technology, who's making a profit and who's not. You'll find details in the poster below. 
     
    Most of the Rising Power sessions will take the form of discussions in which Jeff Ball will interview one or two insiders -- corporate executives, investors, policy makers or technologists -- who sit at the center of a particular patch of the China energy landscape.
     
    May 13 will feature the following topic and guests:
     

    MARKET MAKER What China's Clean-Energy Push Means for America

    Jeffrey Ball, Scholar-in-Residence, Stanford University, Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance; Former Environment Editor, The Wall Street Journal

     

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