Solar Power Financing – A Game-Changer in Greening China | Beijing Energy Network

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by Project Pengyou on August 5th, 2015   373 views

When and Where

  • 05/08/2015
    8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

  • Swanport Café (鸿芷咖啡馆)
    Galaxy SOHO, Room 10320, Floor 3, Block A, Nanzhugan Hutong #2
    Beijing
    China
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Solar Power Financing - A Game-Changer in Greening China | Beijing Energy Network

Event Details

China has been receiving a lot of international media exposure on its attempts to solve environmental issues. However, as one of the biggest developing countries, it will only make sense for China to become truly green when green products like solar panels become more economical.

Wednesday, August 5, 8pm
“Solar Power Financing – A Game-Changer in Greening China”
Eva Hsu, CCO, Seeder
Beijing Energy Network | Beijing Energy & Environment Roundtable (BEER)
Swanport Café, Galaxy SOHO Room, 10320, Floor 3, Block A | 30 RMB (Tea and Snacks Included)
China has been receiving a lot of international media exposure on its attempts to solve environmental issues. However, as one of the biggest developing countries, it will only make sense for China to become truly green when green products like solar panels become more economical. The power purchase model, which is being used in the US and other Western countries to get more solar panels installed and operating, is an innovative financial model that works in the Chinese market. Seeder has been using this model to allow building owners to install solar panels onto their rooftops for free while receiving a 10-15% discount on their electricity price. In addition, an eco-friendly application of solar panels offers triple-win solution that has the potential to become a game-changer in greening China.
Eva was born in Taiwan and lived in Oregon, USA  as a child. After working four years in international sales, she traveled to Europe to pursue further studies in Environmental Management. Being brought up by a biology teacher mother and a sports professor father, she has enjoyed sports activities and the outdoors since her early childhood. This foundation, in addition to a background in business and science, has drawn her to work and live in China to work in the green industry. Her goal at Seeder to provide a better living environment by reducing overall CO2 emissions.
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