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BIT's 4th Annual New Energy Forum-2014  (NEF2014)

21 Sep 2014 - 23 Sep 2014 - Qingdao, China



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New Energy Forum has been successfully held in the past three years. 
In the grand fifth Euro-Asia Economic Forum, 3rd New Energy Forum has also been held as a parallel event and attracted experts all over the world. Following the huge success of our previous meetings. 
New Energy Forum 2014 will continue to offer professionals in the new energy related fields a multidisciplinary informative platform. Besides general new energy area (solar, wind, nuclear etc.), NEF-2014 will also involve new energy economy, materials, energy efficiency, safety and several novel new energy technologies. We believe it will set off a new upsurge of Cleanness and Sustainability Energy again.
Highlights of the conference: 

  • New Energy Economic Leadership Summit - the Most Advanced Authoritative Keynote Report
  • 7 Blocks Covering the Widest and Hot Fields of New Energy Industry
  • 30+ Exhibitors from Leading New Energy Companies, Entrepreneurs and Research Institutes
  • 200+ Oral Presentations over 50 Countries Gather Here to Share Experience and Result
  • Selected Business Events, Social Activities, Workshops and Training Courses


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