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Energy Storage Beijing
March 29, 2017 - March 31, 2017USD420.00
Energy Storage Beijing
Energy Storage China – the 4th International Expo and Conference on Energy Storage, “THE NEXT-GENERATION ENERGY SYSTEM.” Beijing, China.
This event is the most influential industry conference and exhibition in China’s energy storage industry – playing a significant role in informing and connecting industry professionals as the country develops a clean, efficient and reliable energy system.
Hosted by Energy Storage China (ESC) and Clean Energy Expo China (CEEC), the 4th International Expo and Conference on Energy Storage is a major industry event with the widest coverage in China’s clean energy industry, attracting some 500 exhibitors and 25,000 visitors, including industry experts, policymakers, government officials and developers. ESC focuses on technology and applications for the energy storage industry, while CEEC covers the entire clean energy generation value chain.
Energy Storage China 2017 is collocated with Clean Energy China Expo (CEEC), creating China’s Premier Solution Platform for Energy Storage Technology and Applications.
ESC is growing
ESC has been growing alongside China’s energy storage sector, and has become a valuable platform for cross-sector integration, cooperation and development. At ESC 2017 – the 4th International Expo and Conference on Energy Storage in China, we will invite more than 6,000 professional visitors from 18 countries and over 120 speakers, including a wide range of industry leaders, policymakers and scholars to discuss the latest sector developments. The event will be held under the theme of “THE NEXT-GENERATION ENERGY SYSTEM.” Meet at ESC 2017 – China’s premier solution platform for energy storage technology and applications, and help guide the future development of energy storage.
As one of the world’s great ancient capitals, Beijing is a must-see because it is home to some of the finest remnants of China’s imperial past.
Standing side-by-side with old Beijing’s crimson palace complexes are the city’s impressive skylines. Beijing is a superb example of the great transformation China has undergone as it burst into the 21st century. Beijing’s travel industry has forged forward after China’s economic reforms in 1978, and the city is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Beijing’s invaluable cultural heritage of imperial relics has drawn millions of visitors every year, but traveling around Beijing, you are also struck by the city’s modern buildings. Some of the places of architectural and scenic beauty include:
- The Forbidden City, the largest and best preserved ancient architectural complex in the world
- Temple of Heaven, where Ming and Qing emperors performed solemn rituals for bountiful harvests;
- Summer Palace, the emperors’ magnificent garden retreat;
- Ming Tombs, the majestic mausoleums of 13 Ming Dynasty emperors;
- The Great Wall of China, especially the world-renowned Badaling section.
Beijing became the focus of world attention in 2008 when it hosted the Olympics, which was a symbol of both China’s progress and China’s traditions with high-class eye-catching facilities and spectacular ceremonies, highlighted by the super-modern Olympic Village, the Bird’s Nest Stadium and Water Cube.