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BIT's 4th Annual Low Carbon Earth Summit-2014  (LCES2014)

21 Sep 2014 - 23 Sep 2014 - Qingdao, China



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Based on the three Low Carbon Earth Summits respectively being successfully held in Dalian (LCES-2011), Guangzhou (LCES-2012) and Xi'an (LCES-2013), BIT's 4th Low Carbon Earth Summit-2014 (LCES-2014) will be convened in Qingdao, China, during September 21-23, 2014. 

  • 10 Remarkable World-class Parallel Forums Cover Current Hot Topics Related to Climate Change, Investment Financing and the Development of the Low Carbon Technology
  • 50 Exhibitors to Showcase Cutting-edge Products and Technologies
  • 200 Overseas + 100 Domestic Experts Discuss, Communicate of Experience and Share the Results
  • Technology Transfer Matchmaking and Variety and Colorful Business Events and Social Activities
  • Culture Tour in Qingdao



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