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Clean Energy Ministerial 8 (CEM8) 

6–8 June 2017, Beijing, China

Photo: Union Square, San Francisco was the site of a technology exhibition at the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial on June 1-2. 

Technology Exhibition

The Technology Exhibition at the Eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) featured companies from around the world demonstrating breakthrough clean energy technologies, products, and business models, as well as startups working to drive change in the clean energy sector and the worldwide economy in the years and decades to come. The 4,300-square-meter exhibition covered six key sectors:

  • Renewable energy
  • Energy-efficient technologies and facilities
  • Energy storage technologies and facilities
  • Digital energy and smart grid
  • Electric vehicles and related technologies
  • Finance and business model innovation

The exhibition was open to the public on 7–8 June.

Exhibitors

Canada 

GHGSat
Montreal, Canada
Website: www.ghgsat.com 
Booth No.: F08
In June 2016, GHGSat launched the world’s first satellite capable of measuring greenhouse gas (CO2 & CH4) emissions from any industrial facility in the world. GHGSat is using this unique satellite to provide affordable and accurate greenhouse gas emissions monitoring data and services globally.

Shell Canada
Fort Saskatchewan, Canada
Website: www.shell.ca  
Booth No.: F05
Shell’s Quest Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project, located in Alberta, Canada, is the first CCS project implemented in the oil sands. The project captures and stores up to one third of the CO2 from the Scotford Upgrader annually. Quest has exceeded its target of capturing one million tonnes of CO2 per year.

SNC-Lavalin
Mississauga, Canada
Website: www.snclavalin.com 
Booth No.: FB01+02
SNC-Lavalin’s nuclear team provides leading nuclear technology products and full-service solutions to nuclear utilities around the globe. The team, which has more than 1,000 nuclear power experts, offers a catalogue of engineering and field services, an extensive range of plant life management and steam generator maintenance programs, and tooling for boiling water reactors and pressure water reactors.  

China

上海国际汽车城(集团)有限公司 (Anting Shanghai International Automobile City)
上海市嘉定区墨玉南路888号 (Anting, China)
Website: www.at-siac.com 
Booth No.: BC11,BC12
In June 2001, the Shanghai Municipal Government decided to create the Shanghai International Automobile City (SIAC) in Anting town, Jiading district. Its vision is to create the future of mobility by building a livable city with a powerful, innovative industry and automobile culture. SIAC has functional areas such as automobile R&D, manufacturing, trade, cultural expo, and education. 

远景能源(江苏)有限公司 (Envision Energy)
中国上海市中山西路1065号SOHO中山广场B座8楼 (Shanghai, China)/
Website: www.envisioncn.com 
Booth No.: BC04
As the world's largest smart energy asset management company and a global leader in smart wind turbine and offshore wind power technology, Envision Energy is the only energy company to make it onto the Fortune 2016 list of the top 50 leading enterprises that are defining China's future. Envision Energy manages over 60 million kilowatts of global renewable energy assets with EnOS™ (the first energy Internet of Things platform in this sector).

汉能控股集团有限公司 (Hanergy Holding Group Ltd.)
北京市朝阳区安立路0-A号 (Beijing, China)
Website: www.hanergy.com 
Booth No.: BC02
Hanergy Holding Group Ltd. is a multinational clean energy company as well as the world’s leading thin-film solar power company, committed to changing the world by thin-film solar. Established in 1994, the company is headquartered in Beijing and has a total of 15,000 employees, with core businesses covering hydropower, wind power, and thin-film solar power.

福建鸿博光电科技有限公司 (Hongbo Company)
福建省福州市仓山区齐安路772号  (Fuzhou, China)
Website: www.hbled.com.cn 
Booth No.: BC13
Hongbo Opto-Electronics is a high-tech enterprise focused on high power LED street lamps, LED tunnel lamps, LED down lamps, reflective self-ballasted LED lights, solar LED lights, and LED packaging R&D, manufacture and marketing, as well as on city lighting engineering design, construction, and maintenance. 

Ming Yang Smart Energy Group Limited
Zhongshan, China
Website: www.mywind.com.cn 
Booth No.: FB07+FB08+FB09+FB10
Ming Yang Smart Energy Group Co., Ltd. is dedicated to becoming a global leading smart energy total solution provider, by centering on wind-solar-storage, high-end manufacturing, generation-distribution-sales integration, multi-energy complement, interconnected investment, and operation and financing services.

清新张家口能源科技有限公司 (Qingxin Zhangjiakou Energy Technology Co., Ltd)
中国.河北张家口市西山高新区兴业路18号 (Zhangjiakou, China))
Website: www.qxnykj.icoc.cc 
Booth No.: FB23
Qingxin Zhangjiakou Energy Technology Co., Ltd is a high tech enterprise focused on developing round frame wind turbines with 9 blades, mainly to research and build, supplemented by manufacturing. In three years the company has obtained and submitted 65 invention patents and 7 proprietary technologies and have filled the gap of generating power under the condition of hurricane at home and abroad. 

上海三思电子工程有限公司 (Sansi)
上海市闵行区疏影路1280号 (Shanghai, China)
Website: www.sansitech.com 
Booth No.: F06+07
Rated by foreign press the world’s second largest LED manufacturer, Sansi has been dedicated to technological innovation in a wide range of LED applications, from commercial displays to home lighting, since its founding in 1993. Sandi has released a multitude of energy-efficient products, including the Sansi LED Ceramic Pixel Street Light, Sansi Fine Pitch LED displa,y and LED Smart Pole System.

SDC–Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research
Beijing, China
Website: sdc.university 
Booth No.: R04
The Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC) is a partnership between all eight Danish universities, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. SDC’s activities include Danish-Chinese research collaboration within selected research areas (including a Sustainable Energy research area), seven affiliated master’s programmes with an annual intake of approximately 150 master’s students, and training of a large number of PhD students. 

中国石油化工集团公司 (Sinopec Group)
北京市朝阳区朝阳门北大街22号 (Beijing, China)
Website: www.sinopec.com 
Booth No.: R02
Sinopec is an international energy and chemical company whose products and services range from oil and gas exploration, production and trading, and refining and marketing of petroleum products to the production and sale of chemical products. Sinopec provides all-round service to customers throughout the world in clothing, eating, housing, and traveling.

国际铜业协会 (The International Copper Association, Ltd.)
上海市淮海中路381号中环广场2814室 (Shanghai, China)
Website: www.copperalliance.asia 
Booth No.: F09
As a not-for-profit trade association, The International Copper Association, Ltd., (ICA) leads the world’s copper industry on the issues critical to securing copper’s future growth and achieving sustainable development goals. ICA’s 40 members represent a majority of global copper output and include many of the largest copper and copper-alloy fabricators and producers. 

Vestas Wind Systems A/S
Beijing, China
Website: www.vestas.com 
Booth No.: R04
Vestas Wind Systems A/S is a Danish manufacturer, seller, installer, and servicer of wind turbines—the only global energy company dedicated exclusively to wind energy. Vestas works in close partnership with customers to offer the most effective solutions towards energy independence. 

World Wide Fund for Nature—China 
Beijing, China
Website: www.wwfchina.org 
Booth No.: BC18+19 
The mission of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. In 2008, WWF Sweden initiated the Climate Solver Program, with the goal of discovering the most innovative low carbon technologies and business models and helping them on fundraising and market entry. 

Denmark

Danfoss
Nordborg, Denmark
Website: www.danfoss.com 
Booth No.: R04
Danfoss engineers technologies that enable the world of tomorrow to do more with less, meeting the growing need for infrastructure, food supply, energy efficiency, and climate-friendly solutions. Danfoss products and services are used in areas such as refrigeration, air conditioning, heating, motor control, and mobile machinery.

State of Green
Copenhagen, Denmark
Website: www.stateofgreen.com 
Booth No.: R04
State of Green gathers all leading players in the fields of energy, climate, water, and environment and fosters relations with international stakeholders interested in learning from the Danish experience. Stateofgreen.com is the online entry point for all relevant information on green solutions in Denmark and around the world. 

Finland

Tekes – The Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation
Helsinki, Finland
Website: www.tekes.fi/en 
Booth No.: BC10 
Tekes is a publicly funded expert organisation for financing research, development, and innovation in Finland. Tekes boosts wide-ranging innovation activities in research communities, industry, and the service sector.

Italy

IRIS Srl
Turin, Italy
Website: www.irissrl.org
Booth No.: FC08
Founded in 2012, IRIS specialises in developing innovative, small-scale, and low-cost devices for treating unrecyclable solid waste and for purifying (waste) water and foodstuffs.  

Norway

Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM)
Mongstad, Norway
Website: www.tcmda.com 
Booth No.: BC14
Technology Centre Mongstad (TCM) is the world’s largest facility for testing and improving CO2 capture technologies, a vital part of the carbon capture and storage route to market. TCM aims to help reduce the cost and risks of CO2 capture technology deployment by providing an arena where vendors can test, verify, and demonstrate proprietary CO2 capture technologies. 

Republic of Korea

Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS)
Daegu, Republic of Korea
Website: www.kogas.or.kr 
Booth No.: S01
Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS), the world's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) importer, is fully committed to providing clean, safe, and convenient energy to the people of Korea. In keeping with this mission, KOGAS currently operates four LNG terminals and a nationwide pipeline network spanning over 4,672 km in order to ensure stable supply for the nation.

Sweden

Swedish Energy Agency
Eskilstuna, Sweden
Website: www.energimyndigheten.se/en 
Booth No.: BC09
The Swedish Energy Agency works towards a sustainable energy system by promoting new and renewable energy technologies, smart grids, and vehicles and transport fuels of the future. The Agency’s booth will showcase companies and projects with innovative clean energy technologies developed with support from the Agency, in the fields of renewable energy, energy efficiency, resource efficiency, transport, and smart grids. 

United States 

Southern Company
Wilsonville, AL 35186
Website: www.nationalcarboncapturecenter.com 
Booth No.: BC14
The U.S. National Carbon Capture Center is a world-class test center that has tested over 40 technologies from 7 different countries. Offering a neutral test facility and a highly specialized staff, the National Carbon Capture Center accelerates the commercialization of advanced technologies to enable fossil fuel-based power plants to achieve near-zero emissions.