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Alexander Plum “Meet the CARBON Market” - Die CARBON EXPO Party
Mit coolen Drinks, gutem Essen und fantastischen Blick über Köln und den Dom bietet die CARBON EXPO Party am 26. Mai im Rheinterrassen Restaurant das perfekte Amibiente um den ersten Tag der Messe im Beisein neuer und alter business partner ausklingen zu lassen.
Verbringen Sie einen netten Abend mit vertiefenden Gesprächen und weiterführenden Kontakmöglichkeiten.
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Alexander Plum Generating momentum for effective climate protection
From 26th to 28th May 2010, Cologne will be the venue of the seventh CARBON EXPO - Global Carbon Market Fair & Conference, the world's leading trade fair and conference for carbon abatement solutions and new technologies, jointly organized by the International Trading Emissions Association (IETA), the World Bank and Koelnmesse. The trade fair and conference is regarded as one of the most important forum for a discussion of the international markets for effective climate protection by participating industry representatives, project developers, technology suppliers, financial services suppliers, law firms, consultants and government officials. CARBON EXPO 2010 will demonstrate how energy-intensive enterprises can generate long-term benefits from the emissions reduction markets within the existing economic and legal framework. The event's organizers expect to welcome approximately 250 leading providers of services and products, as part of the carbon market and state-of-the-art technology fair, as well as around 3,000 participants from more than 100 countries.
CARBON EXPO 2010 will receive prominent support from the German government, in particular from Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel and the Federal Minister for the Environment, Norbert Röttgen, who will officially open CARBON EXPO.
CARBON EXPO is an excellent platform for providers of technology; traders, buyers and sellers of carbon credits; consultancy firms; project developers; as well as public and private representatives from developing countries, to present their products and services and expand their business.
"For CDC Cimat, Caisse de Dépots' new subsidiary dedicated to combating climate change, CARBON EXPO is this year's most important event. CARBON EXPO will offer us the unique opportunity to present our projects, meet market players, and share the results of our research," says Jean-Pierre Sicard, CDC Climate Deputy.
The fair is also the ideal forum for facilitating dialogue and creating public-private partnerships. Ludwig Kons, Head of Climate Protection at RWE, commented: "CARBON EXPO is a true hub for those involved in the CDM business. With experience in the business dating back to the late 1990s, RWE is involved in 130 projects worldwide and has repeatedly attended the fair to further expand its business networks and project development plans."
And Martijn Wilder, Head of Global Environmental Market Practice at Baker & McKenzie, adds: "Baker & McKenzie has participated in every CARBON EXPO since the beginning and has seen the event grow into the success it is today. EXPO provides a critical forum for market players to meet and to do business, as well as to learn about the latest developments in the market."
The German Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMU) and the German Emissions Trading Authority at the Federal Environment Agency (DEHSt) are once again hosting the successful joint presentation of German companies at CARBON EXPO. A wide spectrum of German products and services for the CO2 market will be presented under the shared roof of the German Pavilion. For participating companies, the German Pavilion at CARBON EXPO will serve as an excellent platform to reach new and existing customers. The
At the heart of CARBON EXPO, world-class experts will present the latest developments in policy and practice in the field of emissions trading and climate finance at the Conference. This year's program will consist of plenary sessions and workshops that are divided into three thematic areas: 'From Projects to Programs', 'Expanding Markets', and 'Linking Climate Finance and Carbon Finance'.
From Projects to Programs
Despite general uncertainties beyond 2010, the carbon market is building on new guidance for the CDM. One of the outcomes of Copenhagen is to scale-up emission reductions through relatively new developments, such as programmatic approaches. Increased investment, ongoing innovation, emerging regulation from the Executive Board and the possibility of domestic legislation in key emitting countries are driving the evolution form carbon projects to program of activities. This stream will tackle crucial questions in an attempt to add some clarity on what lies ahead as challenges and opportunities for scaling up through programmatic approaches, and also touches on other topics broadening the scale and scope of the CDM, such as carbon capture and storage, city wide approaches, and new eligible activities within CDM forestry projects.
Expanding Markets
Post-Copenhagen we have entered into extended period of negotiations with the aim of reaching an eventual binding agreement. While the Copenhagen Accord recognizes the role of markets in promoting mitigation actions and enhancing their cost-effectiveness, the details on the use and role of market instruments are still to be negotiated. At the same time, various countries have faced their own hurdles in adopting and establishing domestic emission trading systems. Given the emerging developments and continued uncertainty it is relevant to take stock of the different paths that countries are choosing and assess the implications for issues such as pre-compliance and industry-wide measures when developing domestic actions. This stream will look at the approaches adopted by or under consideration in developed and developing countries leading up to COP16 in Mexico, and how they contribute to an expansion of the international carbon market and the objectives of reducing emissions in a domestically appropriate way.
Linking Climate Finance and Carbon Finance
A new financial model is needed for leveraging, blending and delivering finance, from both public and private sources for scaled-up climate action without sacrificing economic development. Carbon finance, in its current form, plays a catalyzing but limited role vis-à-vis the scale of the climate finance challenge ahead. Carbon markets are part of the solution, but innovative financing, regulation and governance are also essential to unlock capital for underlying investments. Enhancing climate finance and the options for meeting the vast funding needs for low carbon and climate resilient development are at the heart of the discussions in this stream, as the current and future financing instruments and systems are analyzed.
For further information on the trade fair and conference, including images and information on media services, please see the Press section of the website (http://www.carbonexpo.com), or call +49 221 821-2960, or send a fax to +49 221 821-3285.
Press contact of the World Bank:
Isabel Hagbrink, ihagbrink@worldbank.org
Further information about the World Bank's carbon finance activities is available at http://www.carbonfinance.org.
Press contact of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA):
Cedric Ammann, ammann@ieta.org
Further information about IETA's objectives and activities, as well as membership advantages, is available at http://www.ieta.org.
Please send your voucher copies to:
Koelnmesse GmbH
CARBON EXPO Press Team
Messeplatz 1
50679 Köln
Germany
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Alexander Plum Programm Overview and High-Profile Confirmed Speaker
Country Pavilions presenting at CARBON EXPO
Regional Pavilions CDM/JI Host Countries
Around 45 developing countries and economies in transition will showcase their projects under the CDM, discuss opportunities in the CDM market and in the post-2012 world that could see carbon finance moving into programs and sectors-scaling up from individual projects to sector-wide, programmatic interventions, like energy efficiency, transportation and creating urban carbon assets.
From the start of CARBON EXPO in 2004, these pavilions have been a centerpiece of this event’s Trade Fair - and continue to be. Featured regions that will be present are: Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
German Pavilion
In this 2009 edition, the German Federal Environment Ministry (BMU) and the German Emissions Trading Authority (DEHSt) will continue the successful initiative of staging a pavilion. Eleven companies and institutions will present under one roof the vast spectrum of German technology and services available for climate protection. Visitors will be presented with the variety of high-quality German offerings available on the CO2 market for emissions trading and for participation in the project-based mechanisms Joint Implementation (JI) and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM).
CARBON EXPO 2010 will furthermore receive prominent support from the German government, in particular from Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel and the Federal Minister for the Environment, Norbert Röttgen, who will officially open CARBON EXPO.
Japan Pavilion
For the fourth consecutive time, the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) will be organizing the Pavilion.
JBIC aims to introduce various Japanese technologies for energy efficiency and renewable energy and also information on the Japanese Market including demand, pricing and its trading system.
UK Pavilion
The UK Climate Change Projects Office (CCPO) will once again bring together a host of UK companies with unparalleled climate change experience offering a wide variety of carbon market services including project developers and financiers, carbon offset providers, carbon managers and carbon news agencies and research organisations.
Spanish Pavilion
ICEX (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade) has traditionally been present with a pavilion at CARBON EXPO in Cologne, shared by the Spanish Government and relevant Spanish companies.
Power companies, traders, designated operational entities, consultants and different Spanish administrations will be featured.
The presence of the Host Country pavilions as well as the high number of exhibitors presenting within the four country pavilions underline the significance and global outreach of Carbon Expo.
Side Events Program Overview & Descriptions Preview
Side Events will give the voice to key actors from both public and private sectors, in a highly interactive framework.
Organized by CARBON EXPO Exhibitors, these sessions will feature updates on the carbon markets latest products and services, including presentations, industry case studies, discussions and networking sessions. They are opened to all Trade Fair & Conference delegates
View the Program Overview: http://bit.ly/bGRxwv
Description Preview: http://bit.ly/bhzKCB
Updated Conference Program & High-Profile Confirmed Speaker
With over 210 expert speakers coming from around the world, the CARBON EXPO 2010 Conference Program will be articulated around 9 Plenary sessions and 24 Workshops divided into 3 streams: Projects to Programs, Expanding Markets, Linking Climate Finance and Carbon Finance. View the Full updated Conference Program: http://newsletter.koelnmesse-news.com/mw_customer/MDAxMjk3/images/PDF_2010/Carbon_Expo_CE_prog_-_29_avril_2010.pdf
A glance at some of the confirmed high-profile speaker line-up:
Nobert Röttgen, Environment Minister, Germany
James Warren Evans, Director, Environment Department - The World Bank
Paul Mark Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, EcoSecurities Group
Benoit Leguet, Chair – JISC
Tosi Mpanu-Mpanu, Co-Chair of the DNA Chairing Committee & Director of CDM DNA of the Democratic Republic of Congo
Yvon Slingenberg, Head of Unit, DG Climate Action - European Commission
Russel Mills, Global Director of Energy & Climate Change Policy - Dow Chemicals
Ken Newcombe, Chief Executive Officer - C-Quest Capital
Ajay Mathur, Bureau for Energy Efficiency - India
Jonathan Schrag, Executive Director - Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)
Anthea Harris, Assistant Secretary - Carbon Market Linkages and Electricity Branch Australian Department of Climate Change
Justine Sefton, Senior Adviser Climate Change Policy - Ministry for the Environment, New Zealand
Toru Kubo, Senior Clean Energy & Climate Change Specialist - Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Juan Mata Sandoval, Director for Climate Change - Semarnat, Mexico
James Cameron, Executive Director & Vice Chairman - Climate Change Capital
Joelle Chassard, Manager of the Carbon Financing Unit, Environment Department - The World Bank
Ulrika Raab, Senior Advisor Climate Change - Swedish Energy Agency
Annie Petsonk, International Counsel - Environmental Defense Fund (EDF)
Chelsea Maxwell - Managing Partner & Former Senior Climate Advisor to U.S. Sen. John Warner - The Clark Group
Register as a Participant: http://bit.ly/9XntXy
ICLEI, IADB and Eurelectric as CARBON EXPO 2010 Supporting Organizations
We are very pleased to announce that ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, IADB-Inter-American Development Bank, Eurelectric, Business Europe, JFS - Japan for Sustainability and FICCI have joined CARBON EXPO 2010 as Supporting Organizations.
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>>Register Now as an Exhibitor: http://bit.ly/ane5aX
>>View the 2010 Exhibitor List: http://bit.ly/ahPYb0
“Meet the Carbon Market” Evening reception – Last remaining tickets!
Don’t miss the evening event and finish the first day of Carbon Expo in one of Cologne’s best locations with your partners, colleagues and new contacts. Save the date Wednesday, 26 May 2010, 7pm – Meet the Carbon Market and order your tickets. Please note that you need to be registered as participant or exhibitor before being able to buy the party tickets. Hurry up as the number of tickets is restricted!
Order your ticket now: http://bit.ly/9E3pOT
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Alexander Plum Updated Detailed Conference Program & Side Events Overview
The Conference Program 2010 With over 210 speakers, 2 Training sessions, 9 Plenaries and 24 Workshops divided into 3 streams:
From Projects to Programs
Expanding Markets
Linking Climate Finance and Carbon Finance
the CARBON EXPO Conference Program will be the platform to attend to grasp the latest trends.
Download The Conference Program 2010 at a glance as pdf-file. http://bit.ly/cwgygx
Side Event Description Sample
Preview Through 50 sessions, Side Events will give the voice to key actors from both public and private sectors, in a highly interactive framework. Get an overview here: http://bit.ly/cV89Hy Online Participant Registration Already +75% above last year’s number of registered participants!
Click the following link to register: http://bit.ly/9XntXy
The world’s largest CARBON Market Trade Fair
With over one month until CARBON EXPO 2010 starts, current registration continues to increase exponentially: +30 % of Exhibitors and +37% of International Exhibitors compared to last year!
View the 2010 exhibitor list: http://bit.ly/ahPYb0
Register now as an exhibitor: http://bit.ly/ane5aX
Meet the Carbon Market - Evening Reception & Dinner
Part of the CARBON EXPO tradition, on May 26 all Exhibitors and Participants celebrate the beginning of the Trade Fair & Conference with the “Meet the Carbon Market - Evening Reception & Dinner. Meet new people, network and do business in a relaxed atmosphere. As it is the case every year places are limited, so please order your tickets online now (… and avoid being disappointed on site). Order your ticket now!http://bit.ly/cnGu6x
The CARBON Sector Talks
Find out in the “CARBON Sector Talks” below why those who have already confirmed their participation, have decided that CARBON EXPO is the one platform to be at this year. What Exhibitors & Participants think of CARBON EXPO and why it is not optional.
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