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Kazakhstan joins World Energy Council's summit in China
in-en.com  2013-4-29 23:40:12  

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A Kazakh delegation from KazEnergy Association is attending the International Summit of the World Energy Council (WEC), which started in Beijing on Wednesday.

KazEnergy Association Deputy Chairman Jambulat Sarsenov said the Kazakh delegation will present its vision on the Strategy of transition to the green economy.

"The summit is aimed to discuss possible scenarios of the global energy till 2050 focusing on such power-hungry points of the world as China and Asia. Our delegation will present its vision on the Strategy of energy development focusing on green economy," Sarsenov said.

The two-day summit focuses on the energy ambition of the new Chinese government.

Leading experts and scholars, representatives of the largest energy companies from around the world will discuss the role of coal, nuclear, hydropower and other technologies in the energy balance in China until 2050, the amount of investments to be needed to meet the needs of China's energy system, the role of environmental factors and renewable energy in the country.

One of the sections of the meeting will be dedicated to the problems of coal power and its influence on climate.

According to the estimates, world demand to energy sources will increase by two-fold or three-fold by 2050. The continent with high demand is Asia and coal will be the main source in this continent.

The event will also focus on the issue of production of energy from shale.

The WEC, formed in 1923, is the principal impartial network of leaders and practitioners promoting an affordable, stable and environmentally sensitive energy system for the greatest benefit of all.
It is the UN-accredited global energy body, representing the entire energy spectrum, with more than 3,000 member organizations located in over 90 countries and drawn from governments, private and state corporations, NGOs and energy-related stakeholders.
 
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