(EnergyAsia, April 18, Friday) — The ‘3rd Renewable Energy Finance Forum China’ will be held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Beijing, China from May 14 to 15.

As China evolves beyond a speculative venture into a well established investment opportunity, revisions to the renewable energy promotion law are being drafted to encourage the growth of its wind, solar, biomass and small hydro markets.

To achieve its ambitious renewable energy goals by 2020, China would need to attract an estimated investment of $270 billion. However, its ever-changing regulatory and financial landscape poses continuous risks and challenges.

The conference aims to engage financiers, policy makers, project developers and technology providers and manufacturers to seek solutions and best operating practices for the market.

They will discuss topics such as policy changes, regulations, investment risk instruments for revenue stream protection, project implementation case studies for wind, solar, biomass and waste-to-energy, climate change initiatives and China’s engagement in the carbon markets, cleantech investment opportunities beyond solar and wind turbine manufacturing and listing on the public markets.

Speakers at the event include Gao Guangsheng and Wang Xiangjin (National Coordination Committee on Climate Change, NDRC), Chen Huan (China’s Ministry of Finance), Griffin Thompson (US State Department), Zhang Lizheng (China Construction Bank), Jin Ming (State Grid), Zhao Shiming (Huaneng New Energy Industrial), Han Junliang (Sinovel Wind), Fan Xiaohong (Shanghai Electric Power Company), Thomas Richterich (Nordex AG), Gao Jifan (Trina Solar), Shi Zhengrong (Suntech Power Holdings) and Peng Xiaofeng (LDK Solar).

The ‘3rd Renewable Energy Finance Forum China’ is organised by Euromoney Energy Events and Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association. For more information, please contact Admin@EnergyAsia.com.