ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe emphasises its significance as the leading congress for renewable energy infrastructure in Asia
Over a period of several years, the ThomasLloyd Group - one of the leading asset management and project financing companies for renewable energy infrastructure in Asia - has established the ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress Europe as a platform for building bridges between European investors and technology companies on the one hand and project developers, communities and governments in Asia on the other. Now in its fourth year, ThomasLloyd has invited institutional investors, financial services providers, banks and asset managers, elected representatives, associations, organisations and representatives of the national and international media to this year's Congress, which will be co-hosted by the Republic of the Philippines as the partner nation, to be held under the banner, 'Meet Asia. Meet Renewable Energy's Future'.
In addition to President Clinton, who will deliver the keynote address via a live satellite link, other prominent international guests are scheduled to speak at the Congress. These include Prof. Dr. Justin Yifu Lin, the former Chief Economist and Vice-President of the World Bank, Loren Legarda, Senator of the Republic of the Philippines, Edgardo J. Angara, 16th President of the Senate of the Republic of the Philippines, and Professor Peter Guthrie, global expert for sustainable infrastructure development and Professor at the University of Cambridge, Great Britain. Her Excellency Maria Cleofe R. Natividad, the Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines in Germany will be welcoming participants to the Congress in her role as guest speaker.
This year for the first time, the ThomasLloyd showcase fair will be held parallel to the Congress to allow visitors to find out more about investment locations, technologies, projects and partners in the field of renewable energy infrastructure in Asia.
With this year's Congress, the ThomasLloyd Group emphasises its leading role in the renewable energy infrastructure sector in Asia and offers several thousand guests - both visitors to the Congress and a worldwide audience linked to the event by live-stream Internet video - an opportunity to experience top level exchange and dialogue between notable experts.
'With the ThomasLloyd Cleantech Congress, we set industry-wide standards and underline our commitment to the promotion and advancement of active cooperation between the economy and the ecology', explains T.U. Michael Sieg, Chairman and CEO of the ThomasLloyd Group. Mr Sieg con-tinues, 'Particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, the sustainable development of energy policies will not only play a decisive role globally for present and future generations, it will also create the basis for further growth within the region and become an essential factor in shaping the 'Asian Century'.
Further information on the individual speakers, exhibitors and the agenda can be found on the constantly updated Congress website at http://www.cleantech-congress-europe.com/...
ThomasLloyd Group Ltd
ThomasLloyd is a leading global investment banking and investment management group, solely dedicated to the renewable energy sector in Asia. The company portfolio includes Capital Raising, M&A and Corporate Finance for private and public companies, as well as project financing and management for project developers, and asset management, wealth management and funds for private customers and institutional investors. The company headquarters are in Zurich. ThomasLloyd employs 125 employees in 13 countries in North America, Europe, and Asia and has assets of USD 2.7 billion under management and advisory. For further information, please visit: www.thomas-lloyd.com
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