China and the U.S. are both jockeying to lead the next mega Industrial Revolution - the clean energy global economy. While President Obama has vowed to make the U.S. "the world's leading exporter of renewable energy," China has quickly accelerated its efforts to become the dominant player in the green energy industry. What can we expect in the future? Can we expect collaboration - or conflict - as these two economic juggernauts navigate the transition from dirty to clean energy technologies in the US and abroad? Can they both be winners in the race to create a clean global economy?
Jon Krahulik, Global Head of Clean Technology Investment Banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Dr. Jiang Lin, Senior Vice President and Director of China Sustainable Energy Program, The Energy Foundation
Liza Tucker, Senior Sustainability Editor, Marketplace Radio (moderator)
Dr. Zhengrong Shi, CEO, Suntech
(Video taken at the Ceres Conference 2011, held May 11-12 in Oakland, CA.)
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