Green Investments Summit Indonesia 2010

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Green Investments Summit 2010 Indonesia, Indonesia’s most exclusive platform for sustainable energy solutions, provides ideal networking platform for financiers, clean energy developers, government representatives and global experts to successfully engage in Indonesia’s energy paradigm shift.

Green Investments Summit Indonesia 2010 is built on a strong foundation including a commitment to partnerships, sustainability and rich relationships with all stakeholders:

The ecosystem for GIS Indonesia is strong, including support from:

• Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources

• Ministry of Finance

• Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs

• Indonesian Renewable Energy Society (METI)

• European Chamber of Commerce

• British Chamber of Commerce

• Norwegian Chamber of Commerce

• American Chamber of Commerce

• World Renewable Energy Council (WREC/ WREN)

Well regarded as the platform of choice for all things on financing and investing in green projects, GIS Indonesia offers decision makers a unique platform for debating matters of importance, networking with high level participation in green projects and opportunities to advance national agendas in addressing global climate change. GIS Indonesia will provide an enriching and rewarding framework for the expected 400 decision makers from business, government, finance and non-governmental organizations

Green Investments Summit identifies key industry needs creates innovative, dynamic and unique platforms that facilitates networking and stimulates business expansion through its array of features.

GIS 2010 Indonesia focuses on:

Outlining sustainable legislative and regulatory structures for successful mobilisation of the public and private sector to accelerate clean energy deployment

Devising innovative incentive and finance mechanisms that promotes investments that alleviates the large scale of investments

Identifying clean energy technologies that provides viable economic and business opportunities with high abatement potential in Indonesia

Updates on the carbon market post Copenhagen and exploring CDM project potentials

Analysing key strategies to effectively achieve non-competing and holistic national energy mix