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Cooke's Wharton China Business Forum presentation (2 18-12)

This presentation was given on the Government Panel of the Wharton China Business Forum on Feb 18, 2012. It provides background to the China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia's (CPGP) public/private strategic outreach initiative to Tianjin and China in clean energy sectors. More info is available on the CPGP at www.chinaphilly.org

This presentation was given on the Government Panel of the Wharton China Business Forum on Feb 18, 2012. It provides background to the China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia's (CPGP) public/private strategic outreach initiative to Tianjin and China in clean energy sectors. More info is available on the CPGP at www.chinaphilly.org

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  1. 1. China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia Public/Private Partnership for Engagement with China at the City/Regional, National and Global Levels A Presentation to the Wharton China Business Forum February 18, 2012
  2. 2. Bookending China/Philly Partnership Feb 15, 2012Jan 19, 2011
  3. 3. What the China Partnership Is www.chinaphilly.org
  4. 4. Milestone 1: Philadelphia Orchestra 1973 2010
  5. 5. Milestone 2: Sister City Relationship Philadelphia Tianjin • Cities with nationally-directed mandates in Clean Energy • Official Sister Cities since 1980/Potential DoE ‘EcoPartners
  6. 6. Opportunity 1: High-level Delegation
  7. 7. Opportunity 2: CCTV Profile • October 3-6, 2012 • Hosted by City Hall, CPGP & UPenn • 4 days of coverage in Philadelphia broadcast to national audience in China • High-school & university students debating global issues
  8. 8. Opportunity 3: Building Energy Efficiency • The fastest growing and largest single sector in China’s clean energy market (HSBC, 2011) • The highest return-on-investment (ROI) sector in the China clean energy market (McKinsey, 2010) • By 2030, China will build 300 billion sq. ft. of new commercial and residential floorspace (US DoE) GPIC
  9. 9. Energy Innovation Hubs & U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Centers Oak Ridge TN (Nuclear) Phila PA (Energy-Efficient Buildings) Los Angeles, CA (Solar) USG Brookings1 BROOKINGS METROPOLITAN POLICY PROGRAM
  10. 10. Energy Innovation Hubs & U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Centers USG Berkeley, CA (Bldg Energy Efficiency) Charleston, WVA (Clean Coal) Detroit, MI (Electric Vehicles) Wuhan (Clean Coal) Beijing (BEE & EV) Brookings2 Nov 2009 BROOKINGS JOHN L. THORNTON CHINA CENTER
  11. 11. Energy Innovation Hubs (EIH) & U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Centers (CERC) Bottom Line: These three institutions have national-level mandates to tackle (at technology, investment, policy levels) 16% of all carbon emissions globally Brookings3
  12. 12. UN Environmental Program Sustainable Buildings & Climate Initiative (UNEP-SBCI) UNEP Philadelphia, PA (Oct 27-28,2011) / T.C. Chan Center
  13. 13. UN Environmental Program Sustainable Buildings & Climate Initiative (UNEP-SBCI) UNEP
  14. 14. China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia Connector and Catalyst
  15. 15. Wilson Center Book (expected release date: late Feb/early Mar 2012) To subscribe for free PDF copy, Like the book’s page on Facebook (enter beginning of title “Sustaining …” in FB search bar)

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