Climatescope: Clean Energy Development in the Developing World | Beijing Energy Network


by Project Pengyou on December 10th, 2014   562 views

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  • 10/12/2014
    8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

  • Swanport Café (鸿芷咖啡馆)
    Galaxy SOHO, Room 10320, Floor 3, Block A, Nanzhugan Hutong #2
    Beijing
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Climatescope: Clean Energy Development in the Developing World | Beijing Energy Network

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Developing nations represent a large and rapidly growing share of the world’s clean energy investment, according to Climatescope 2014. Climatescope, a country-by-country assessment, interactive report and index, offers the clearest picture yet of clean energy in 55 emerging markets in Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean.

Wednesday, December 10, 8:30pm
“Climatescope: Clean Energy Development in the Developing World”
Jun Ying, Climate Energy Specialist, Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Beijing Energy Network | Beijing Energy & Environment Roundtable (BEER)
Swanport Café | 30 RMB

Developing nations represent a large and rapidly growing share of the world’s clean energy investment, according to Climatescope 2014.  Climatescope, a country-by-country assessment, interactive report and index, offers the clearest picture yet of clean energy in 55 emerging markets in Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean. The findings show clean energy capacity added in these nations grew at a faster pace than in developed countries, more than doubling in the past five years and totalling 142 GW (more than France’s current capacity). The study also suggests renewable technologies can be just as cost-competitive in emerging parts of the world as they are in richer nations. Climatescope is a landmark study released by Bloomberg New Energy Finance, with the support of the Inter-American Develo pment Bank Group, the UK Department for International Development, and the US Agency for International Development.

Jun Ying joined Bloomberg New Energy Finance in London in January 2005 and in May 2007 he relocated to Beijing to open up and run the China office. Jun’s responsibilities include spearheading business development and branding building, bringing in and executing consulting projects, communicating global expertise to Chinese clients and explaining developments and investment opportunities in China to international clients, and managing the relationship with the Chinese media. Prior to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Jun worked for five years at the Bank of China, Head Office in Beijing, where his roles included Client Relationship Manager in the Corporate Banking Division and Assistant Manager in the Multi-Trade Finance Division. Jun holds an MPhil in Planning, Growth and Regeneration from the University of Cambridge and a Bachelor of Economics in International Finance from the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing.

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