SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In the next few years, the coal-based energy structure in China will not easily be changed. It determines the need for the development of IGCC, together with energy-saving, emission reduction and the requirements of sustainable development. Facing the increasingly noncommittal economic environment, the Chinese government made it clear that they would increase investment, expand domestic demands, and promote the growth, among which energy-saving emission reduction projects construction would be the investment focus. The government is expected to put the appropriate policies to encourage IGCC power generation and the further development of poly generation. Gradually entering into the end of 2009, we can see that the future investment of IGCC will grow exponentially. In China, the planned IGCC poly generation projects are nearly 20 and the total investment amount will reach tens of billions RMB.
After a series of clean energy events, CBI China will host “Technology Innovation - 2009 China IGCC Poly Generation Summit” on Dec. 8th-9th in Shanghai, China. Based on green coal development tendency, “Technology Innovation - 2009 China IGCC Poly Generation Summit” will explore the foreground and business opportunities of IGCC power and poly generation projects in China, unscramble the updated policies of IGCC power and poly generation in China, discuss the leading IGCC technologies and the most advanced solutions.
More Information, please access http://igcc.cbichina.com or contact CBI China, Morgan Ji at 86-21-51551648 or email@example.com.