Danish Embassy Hosts ACORE Trade and Investment Forum
Climate change regulation, renewable energy certificates, carbon trading, andthe international security threat posed by global warming were amongtopics discussed at the forum that took place on January 23.
Hans Jakob Eriksen, Aimee Christensen, Dennis McGinn and Chris Carr
ACOREâEUR~s Trade and Investment Forum is a quarterly gathering among foreigntrade commissioners. The meeting are aimed at creating renewable energycommunities to share timely knowledge and information aboutinternational renewable energy market opportunities, to establishmultinational business partnerships, and to further the deployment ofrenewable energy technologies in the US and internationally.
Denmarkwill host the UN Climate Change conference in 2009 - access DenmarkâEUR(TM)sofficial COP15 homepage here. Denmark is 100% energy independent, and aforerunner when it comes to the use and development of renewableenergyâEUR(TM) says Mary Paul Jespersen, Senior Commercial Advisor at theDanish embassy, âEUR~so hosting this forum seems only naturalâEUR(TM).
Tim Cronin, Mary Paul Jespersen and Jing Su
âEUR~We are veryhappy to be able to attract experts like Aimee Christensen, DennisMcGinn and Chris Carr to speak alongside our own climate affairsattachÃ© Mr. Hans Jakob Eriksen. With their extensive and variedexperience I believe we were able to present a broad view of thesituation we are facing and the need for an agreement to be signed inCopenhagen this DecemberâEUR(TM) concludes Ms. Jespersen