International investor conference “Attracting Investment in Advanced Fossil Fuel Technologies” will be held on 14-15 November 2012 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It is a part of a project financed by the United Nations Development Account.
Ministerial level officials, representatives of leading investment and development banks and advanced technology providers will get together to discuss opportunities for and obstacles to foreign investment. The conference will explore sustainable energy scenarios and the ways to strengthen public-private partnerships in cleaner electricity production. It will also allow the stakeholders to present their projects to the prospective partners and investors in a private setting.
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List of Participants
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Session 3: Making public-private partnerships work for cleaner electricity production
Promoting the International Centre of Excellence
Session 4: Outcomes of the UNECE/UNESCAP/UNCTAD project
Role of FDI in adoption of advanced fossil fuel technologies as a means of mitigating climate change
Briefing on Workshop in China
Session 6: Is electricity from fossil fuels a part of the sustainable energy future?
Issues for Panel discussion
Session 7: Opportunities for foreign investments in electricity generation
Power Projects and opportunities in Bihar
Highlights from Baseline study on low carbon FDI into the electricity sector of Mongolia
Power and Heat Cogeneration to Utilize Coal Mine Methane Artur Ghazaryan, Curator of the Program ≪Green Way 2020≫, Kiev, Ukraine
Перспективы инвестиционного сотрудничества в электроэнергетике Республики Узбекистан
Создание ЕврАзийской ОЭС с использованием возобновляемых энергоресурсов Казахстана
Investment Project Syngas by Gasification of Coal
Инвестиционная политика ПАО “Центрэнерго”
Реконструкция энергоблока №1 мощностью 175 МВт