US-China Quarterly Market Review Highlights New Opportunities for Investors and Developers in China and the U.S.
December 21, 2011 -- The US-China Program (USCP) of the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) and the Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA) are pleased to announce the release of the Fall 2011 edition of the US-China Quarterly Market Review (QMR). The Fall 2011 QMR provides analysis on the renewable energy market, finance and policy developments in Q3, 2011 as seen in both the U.S. and China.
With expert contributions from leading renewable energy firms, the QMR is designed as a timely resource for those seeking to navigate and succeed in the promising, yet variable, renewable energy markets of the U.S. and China. Topics covered in the Fall 2011 edition include:
* U.S. state and federal programs that Chinese companies can utilize to invest in renewable energy;
* The requirements for original equipment manufacturer (OEM) market entrants to obtain and deploy financing in the U.S. market;
* Details on how information technology is being used to economically and reliably integrate variable renewable generation into the U.S. grid;
* China's recently enacted feed-in-tariff for photovoltaic development and its implications for the solar industry;
* An overview of the developments and challenges faced by China's booming wind industry as it matures;
* An overview of China's solar photovoltaic and biofuels supply chains; and
* Sub-national government collaboration between the U.S. and China and a listing of significant collaborations between U.S. and Chinese companies.
Contributors to the Fall 2011 QMR include: Baker & McKenzie; Goldwind; IBM; Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy; Taylor-DeJongh; and Oryx Investments.
The US-China Quarterly Market Review is supported by ACORE's USCP partner companies: Applied Materials, DuPont, GCL Poly-Energy, Goldwind, Hudson Clean Energy Partners, IBM, Orrick, and Troutman Sanders LLP.
About ACORE's US-China Program:
The USCP is dedicated to increasing understanding of renewable energy policy, finance, and markets among industry participants and policymakers in the U.S. and China, with the aim of expanding renewable energy markets and promoting effective renewable energy policy. ACORE members who are leading voices in the U.S. and Chinese renewable energy industries are partners in the USCP. More information is available at www.acorechina.org.
ACORE, a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization, is dedicated to building a secure and prosperous America with clean, renewable energy. ACORE provides a common educational platform for a wide range of interests in the renewable energy community, focusing on technology, finance and policy. We convene thought leadership forums and create energy industry partnerships to communicate the economic, security and environmental benefits of renewable energy. Additional information is available at www.acore.org.