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JUCCCE Energy Forums

JUCCCE's leadership team was instrumental in producing the MIT Forum on the Future of Energy in China in 2008, which became one of the first public dialogues between China and US government on clean energy.

Finding the Key to Tackling Energy Deficit

As the world encounters an energy deficit accompanied by tremendous population and consumption growth, we found a solution to the need for an event which focuses on strategies and plans to address the energy issues associated with this growth. The shift towards clean energy and sustainable energy solutions requires collaboration between countries, sectors and peoples. We hosted the JUCCCE China Energy Forum to provide a platform where innovative partnerships could be developed and showcased in response to energy challenges.

Facilitating a Dialogue on Clean Energy among Leaders from around the World

The JUCCCE China Energy Forums provided a bridge between leaders from around the world and China’s own leaders to discuss clean energy and sustainability issues.  Through the 5 forums that we hosted over a period of 5 years, we facilitated a series of conversations on clean energy and strategies for its implementation in China.


Our Energy Forums were the first of their kind and inspired attendees to use their influence and further spread the clean energy solutions promoted and developed in our forums. In the words of Marty Scholbauer, the Executive Director of the US DOE in China, forum attendees “agreed that [our] format was perfect for this event… we should all follow [JUCCCE’s] lead in adopting similar formats”.  Further, David Cheng of Cleantech Group said, “I thought the Forum was well-organized and... really highlighted collaboration and conversation. Your ability to have Chinese nationals and non-Mandarin speaking Westerners engage in thoughtful debate is a master stroke."


The forums also represented an important opportunity for global leaders to introduce and unveil new clean energy initiatives in the presence of fellow influencers. The China Energy Blueprint and China mayoral training program were both initiated at the China Energy Forums.


Special thanks to Christine Chen, Lucy Huang, Elizabeth Campbell, River Lu, Shayla Yin for being masterful coordinators over the years.


Thanks to the following dedicated volunteers who have made the events possible! Emily Chen 陈茜雯, Xi Chen 陈稀, Candice Geng 耿梦瑶, Nancy Jiang 江蔚曦, Xinrong Hu 胡新荣, CC Huang, Keqiang Huang 黄克强, Jingrong Li 李京蓉, Xi Li 李曦, Hao Liu 刘皓, Rong Liao 廖蓉, Humphrey Ng, Yixia Pan 潘伊葭, Dan Pei 裴丹, Ruiqing Peng 彭瑞清, Joyce Wang 王文芳, Ning Wang 汪宁, Wei Wei 魏巍, Thomas Wu, Shi Xia 夏时, Gina Xiang 项楠, Ariel Xu 许卉, Han Xu 徐翰. Lily Xu 徐曼, Xiaomeng Yang 杨晓萌, Amy Zeng, Fan Zhao, Bin Zhang 张斌, Bryan Zhang 张凯, Chunlan Zhang 张春岚, Nancy Li.


We're grateful for the support of Dow Chemical, CECEP, IHS, NDRC Investment Association Committee, US Department of Energy, MIT, McKinsey, Morrison & Foerster, Focus Ventures, Augmentum, Hayworth, Phillips Lighting, APCO, Accenture, New Zealand Trade & Enterprise, Dell, BusyTrade, China Economic Review, Mustang Ventures, Upstream Asia, Ogilvy PR, 国际能源网, 商界期刊群, 中国投资协会IAC, 中华创业投资协会, NE 中华新能源, MyPiao.

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