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10.-13. juni 2018: Danish Energy Delegation to China

The Confederation of Danish Industry, The Royal Danish Embassy in Beijing and Danish Board of District Heating hereby invites you to join the Danish Energy Business Delegation to China 10-13 June 2018 headed by the Danish Minister for Energy, Utilities and Climate, Mr. Lars Christian Lilleholt. The aim is to expand the official partnership and explore market opportunities within district heating and offshore wind.

Practical Information

June 10 - 13 2018


Beijing and Shanghai


Package 1: 15,000 DKK
Package 2: 5,000 DKK


The price is subject to 8 participating companies and is based on grants from the Danish Trade Council. Cost for travel, hotel and other items not mentioned are at own expense. VAT is not included in the price.


Please register by clicking here. Registration deadline is Thursday 26 April 2018.

For more information and a tentative progam see the invitation here.

China is leading the race for renewable energy domination. With an annual $100 billion investment in domestic renewables, China is investing more than the US and Europe combined. Yet, China is not merely the world’s largest energy market, but is also positioned to be the pioneering country in the field of innovative energy solutions.

In the period 2015-2021, China will install 40% of all new electricity generating capacity worldwide and aims to invest more than $360 billion in renewable power generation by 2020. Furthermore the “five-year plan” (NDRG) aims at raising total wind gener-ation capacity from 129 gigawatts (2015) to more than 201 gigawatts in 2020.

However, the focus is not only on converting to more sustainable energy sources, but also on build-ing more efficient heating systems. China aims at a significant expansion of district heating systems in the years to come.

The Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate has long-standing collaboration agreements and concrete collaboration projects with key Chinese energy authorities. The partnership also extends to research and business. Chinese authorities, investors and industry acknowledge Danish expertise in the field of energy. China’s accelerating green transition and acknowledgement of Danish competencies open up significant market opportunities for Danish firms.

The Danish Energy Business Delegation is an evident opportunity to engage, deepen and broaden your network among Chinese energy stakeholders and reap the benefits of the official partnership in energy between our countries.

Confederation of Danish Industry offers the following packages regarding the Danish Energy Business Delegation to China:

Package 1:
The Danish Energy Business Delegation to China will comprise of a four days program in Beijing and Shanghai. The main focus is on district heating.

Package 2:
It is possible for participating companies in the offshore wind delegation organized by DWEA to join the common events in Beijing. The package 2 program will include the first two days of the package 1 program and will be followed by the delegation organized by DWEA. You will need to sign up for both delegations - find the link to sign up for the DWEA delegation here.

For more information on the two packages and a tentative program see the invitation.

Further information

Camilla Mai Petersson
Tlf.: +45 3377 3921

Practical information

Maria Hersom Olsen
Tlf.: +45 3377 3379