Event date: 21 May 2015
Event time: 9am to 2pm
Event venue: 110 High Holborn, London, WC1V 6JS
Get insight into the latest developments in the Chinese carbon markets from ICIS analysts.
ICIS invites you to China’s Carbon Markets Seminar to discuss current developments, challenges and opportunities in this dynamic market.
Chinese carbon markets have continued to develop and grow. As we move closer to the start of the National ETS in 2016, a host of opportunities are beginning to emerge for foreign institutions participating in and looking to enter the dynamic sector.
Join ICIS market experts Ingo Tschach and Jian Wei Lim as they provide you deeper insight into China’s carbon markets with the following discussions:
Ingo Tschach is the Head of Market Analysis for Tschach Solutions at ICIS. He can be reached at Ingo.Tschach@icis.com.
Jian is the director for the ICIS Tschach Solutions carbon analytics business in China. He heads the team analysing the pilot schemes implemented in China, as well as the upcoming national scheme. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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