Friday, November 16, 2012

Nuclear power in China (reprise) - China Weekly Hangout

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A German demo against nuclear power last year (Photo credit: quapan)
The China Weekly Hangout of coming Thursday 22 November will focus on nuclear power in China, and the likelihood increasing NIMBY protests might derail that ambitious energy program. The hangout was delayed from  November 8 (see here the initial announcement) as we unfortunately forgot to take into account the change in daylight saving time in the US and missed our panelists.
This time, we are sure we can welcome Chris Brown and Richard Brubaker, and perhaps a few other guests for another session on China's energy security.
We plan to hold two session of 15 minutes each, one about the current state of nuclear power in China, a second on the effect of NIMBY protest against nuclear plants.
A good overview is available here.
The China Weekly Hangout will be held at 10pm Beijing Time, 3pm CET (Europe) and 9pm EST (US/Canada).
You can join our China Weekly Hangout by visiting our event page and register. You can watch the YouTube link here at this post and at our event page, ten minutes before the start of the hangout. A full overview of earlier editions, you can get here.

Chris Brown
Chris Brown is general manager for Asia Cleantech Gateway North America. A former US government China-Central Asia policy analyst, intelligence officer, Taiwan radio personality. Habs and Arsenal Fan. Working to develop China-US clean energy business ties, mostly solar but hoping to expand to wind. Live in Brooklyn but originally from Spokane, WA.







Richard Brubaker is adjunct professor of Management, Sustainability and Responsible Leadership at China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) and editor of AllWaysLeadtoChina. He is based in Shanghai.
With almost 20 years of Asia experience (the last 10 based in mainland China), Rich assists his clients (both Fortune 500 companies and SMEs) in understanding the China market, determining their own China platform and implementing effective strategies.
Rich has a Masters in International Management from Thunderbird, The Garvin School of International Management and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in Finance and Economics, from the University of Missouri.
Rich is the Vice Chairman of the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, sits on the Asia Pacific Council of the Thunderbird Alumni Association, and is an active member of RotaryAct.
Moderator is Fons Tuinstra, president of the China Speakers Bureau.


China Weekly Hangout on nuclear power

Will the growing NIMBY movement in China stop the nuclear ambitions?

Last month we organized a first China Weekly Hangout, focusing on solar and wind energy, with Terry Cooke, Richard Brubaker and Fons Tuinstra.


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