Lecture: Analysis on Global Emerging Renewable Energy Development Trend
Office of Alumni and External Relations 2019-09-23
-- Will traditional energy sources like coal-fired power be phased out with the uptrend of renewables?
-- Is the rise of the electric car market indicative of the end of the oil era?
-- Will the energy market in China affect global energy development trend, as a changing China is changing the world?
-- How will the three major energy problems be addressed?
-- Will decentralization become a global energy development trend?
On Saturday, September 28, Zhang Zhiyang, Director of Strategy and Industry Department at Shanghai Electric, will give an in-depth analysis on global emerging renewable energy development trend from three perspectives: ten prevailing trends for global energy development, global market trend for emerging renewables and market forecast for emerging renewables in China.
Time: 18:30-20:30, Saturday, September 28, 2019
Venue: Lecture Hall A301, Bao Zhaolong Library, Antai College of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiaotong University
18:30-20:15 Keynote Speech
Moderator: Liu Shaoxuan, Associate Dean of Antai College of Economics and Management
Keynote Speaker: Zhang Zhiyang, Director of Strategy and Industry Department at Shanghai Electric
Deputy General Manager of Shanghai Electric Power Station Group (Engineering Company)
Member of Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS),
Career Mentor at Tsinghua University
Since 2011, Zhang has been Director of Strategy and Marketing Department at Shanghai Electric and Deputy General Manager of Shanghai Electric Power Station Group (Engineering Company) in charge of human resources. Zhang is responsible for international competition and cooperation, overseas market development, overseas customer relationship maintenance, President's strategic affairs and group brand management, M&A and investment structure design, new energy investment and development, etc.
From 2010 to 2011, Zhang was in charge of plans and negotiations for acquiring US multinational companies with 11 factories located in the US, Europe, Japan and other countries.
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