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Date: 25/03/2010 - 25/03/2010
Where: Vyncke - Harelbeke
Type: FCCC events
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The Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce has the pleasure of inviting you to a conference on 'Opportunities in China’s Cleantech Sector'. The conference will take place on Thursday, 25 March 2010 at 2.30 at Vyncke, Gentsesteenweg 224 in Harelbeke.
China offers Flemish businesses increasing opportunities for setting up operations and providing environmental technologies and services. Nearly 38% of the RMB 4 trillion stimulus package announced in November 2008 has been earmarked for green and eco-friendly projects.  Sustainable development is also addressed in the 'Stimulus Plan for the 10 Key Industries from 2009 to 2011'.  China announced serious commitments in terms of carbon intensity at the COP15, which will lead to real business opportunities in the short and medium term.  In the 12th 5-year plan, China is expected to further increase public awareness, and to continue implementing a wide range of policies to attract foreign companies in the renewable energy sector.
A group of experts will give you an overview of the opportunities in China’s environment sector.

14h30     Registration 
15h00     Welcome by Mrs Gwenn Sonck, Executive Director, Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce
15h05    “China and Environment Technologies” by Mr Etienne Charlier, Partner, Pinchuang Marketing Service Co. Ltd and Helios Natural Power Ltd. 
15h30    “Experiences of Vyncke in China” by Mr Dirk Vyncke, Chairman Vyncke
15h50    “Ostend, the new HUB for English offshore wind-parks and other equipment” by Mr Marc Stordiau, CEO Rentaport, Member of the Board of DEME, Member of the Board of the Flanders-China Chamber of Commerce and by Mr Paul Gerard, Director General, Port Oostende
16h10    “Experiences of VITO in China” by Mr Pierre Geuzens, Business Development Manager and by Mr Mao Debin, China Business Development Manager, VITO
16h30     Presentation of the Agoria Renewable Energy Club by Mr François de Hemptinne, Manager, Agoria International Business
16h40     Round table discussion
17h00     Company visit followed by reception

If you are interested in attending this conference, please register online at www.flanders-china.be before 24 March 2010.  Participation fee for FCCC members : €45, non-members : €75.
This conference is being organized with the support of Flanders Investment & Trade.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Best regards
Gwenn Sonck                     Bert De Graeve
Executive Director              Chairman