The need to shift to a low-carbon economy is stronger than ever.
The world recognises this. That's why, even during the economic challenges that have plagued the whole globe, millions and even billions of dollars are still being poured into the green sector in a bid to discover the next breakthrough to pull the earth from the verge of a meltdown. Countries recognise this. They have publicly stated that the future for their economies, and the ability to stay ahead and remain competitive, will lie in the country's ability to adopt and create green economies.
The clean technology era we are entering is often compared in scale to the rise of the telecommunications industry in the early 1980s. This is a gigantic opportunity - we are in the early stages of the next huge wave of innovation, of investment opportunity, of business creativity. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to invest in young companies that are changing the world for the better.
Green Investments Summit (GIS) 2009 Singapore sets the platform for investors, financiers, clean energy developers, government representatives and global experts to successfully engage in global efforts to address the energy crisis and climate change. The conference offers an unparalleled platform for clean energy stakeholders to discuss and discover practical strategies to develop clean energy technologies and infrastructures under such challenging economic times.
GIS 2009 Singapore will give you:
• Policy and regulatory updates and show you how green deployment is here to stay
• Access to the global capital markets and investments in the clean energy market
• Access to the future of merger and acquisition activities in the green industry
• Updates on clean energy developments and outlining emerging opportunities in Asia
• Carbon finance opportunities for the clean energy market
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