The hottest new energy focus of the 2011 summer Da

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Introduction to the new energy focus of the 2011 summer Davos Forum: on September 14, the 2011 Annual Meeting of new leaders of the World Economic Forum (the fifth Summer Davos Forum) with the theme of focusing on the quality of growth and controlling the economic pattern was opened in Dalian. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao attended the opening ceremony and delivered a speech. Wen Jiabao said that China will adhere to resource conservation and environmental protection, take a green, low-carbon and sustainable development path, and significantly improve the efficiency of resource utilization and the ability to cope with climate change

nuclear power decision makers: nuclear power development cannot be easily abandoned

according to Caixin, at the 2011 summer Davos forum after Fukushima energy security sub forum held on the afternoon of September 14, many participants said that nuclear power is still an important form of energy supply, and the Fukushima nuclear incident has made people further aware of the importance of ensuring safety, but will not give up nuclear power development

shunhiko Kojima, President of Mitsubishi Corporation of Japan, said that the top priority in dealing with the Fukushima nuclear accident is to analyze and solve the current accident and establish more perfect safety standards. On this basis, the government and private enterprises need to jointly discuss an energy solution

talking about the attitude towards renewable energy, Shunyan Kojima believes that it takes a lot of time, work and technology to replace traditional energy and nuclear energy with new energy. He said that if the contradiction between energy supply and demand could not be resolved, in today's strong yen, more and more enterprises would flee Japan. This will have a negative impact on Japanese industry

shunhiko Kojima also said that the three major Japanese consortiums, including Mitsubishi, still support nuclear technology on the premise of ensuring safety. He also admitted that there are different views on this issue among Japanese people

despite its rich oil and natural gas resources, the United Arab Emirates has also set its sights on the field of nuclear power. Mohamedbindhaenalhamli, the Minister of energy of the United Arab Emirates, said that we need to diversify energy and must use renewable energy and nuclear energy, and the Fukushima nuclear accident will not have an impact on the energy policy of the United Arab Emirates

we are in the early stage, so we can learn from the lessons and make the facilities safer. The regulatory authorities can provide better advice and supervision. Hamili said

Pakistan's minister of science and technology, khanjamali, said that as a developing country that often encounters energy shortages, the development of nuclear power in Pakistan will not encounter too much resistance among the people. The public needs electricity, and we have a large number of labor, but the energy shortage has affected the development of industry. Regarding the choice of China's nuclear technology, Jamali said that Pakistan has an urgent need for nuclear technology, and China and Pakistan have a 50 year history of cooperation. We are very satisfied with the Chinese people and the efficiency of cooperation is very high

on September 14, at the sub forum of "energy security after Fukushima", Qin Haiyan, Secretary General of the wind energy professional committee of the China Renewable Energy Society, pointed out that wind power generation has relatively reliable safety in response to the speech of alcomvorenez, CEO of the Russian en group. On the same day, the 2011 Annual Meeting of new leaders of the World Economic Forum (hereinafter referred to as the fifth Summer Davos Forum) opened in Dalian

Japan will promote the development of decentralized energy

shoichikondo, senior vice minister of the Ministry of environment of Japan, said at the Davos Forum in Dalian on September 14 that the 11 March earthquake had a great impact on Japan's environmental policy. Japan is reviewing its nuclear energy development policy and will no longer rely too much on nuclear power generation. Next year, it will consider whether it is necessary to re adopt a new nuclear energy policy and promote the development of decentralized energy

Shoichikondo said that now Japan is under very special conditions. We just want to adopt a decentralized power generation mode. We don't rely too much on nuclear power generation, but rely more on renewable energy and alternative energy for power generation. He said that Japan has established an import mode, that is, the electricity generated by renewable energy is directly transmitted to electricity, but this measure has not been approved by the Congress. And in Japan, some business people are still very worried that if renewable energy is integrated into electricity, it may lead to a rise in electricity prices

in 2009, the Japanese government set a target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2020. Oichi at the end of sh9 "Brooks running is a recognized leader in the field of performance running shoes. Kondo said that Japan has introduced many tax measures to support carbon emission reduction plans and established a carbon trading mechanism.

shoichikondo said that Japan has not yet established a renewable energy trading mechanism, because business people are very worried that if renewable energy is integrated into electricity, it may lead to a rise in electricity prices. He said that the earthquake exacerbated this Kind of worry. According to him, Japan may stop the approval of all emerging nuclear power plants by next May

solar energy will become a part of the main energy in 2015

according to Phoenix report, Gao Jifan, chairman of China Trinasolar group, said at the forum that as the world pays more and more attention to renewable energy, especially in China and some developing countries, the cost of solar energy will become cheaper and cheaper, and the technology of solar energy will become more and more reliable, Solar energy will become an important part of the energy of many countries in 2015, and the parity power will be achieved in many regions. In 2015, I believe that the cost of solar power generation can be consistent with that of thermal power in some regions, so solar energy will become a part of the main energy for users not to worry

difficulties will be encountered in the development of new energy mode

jayendranaidoo, executive chairman of Johnson & Johnson Group in South Africa, said at the forum that we invested in a company that previously invested in traditional energy such as coal. On the other hand, we cooperated with South African power utilities to invest in smart electricity. Some technologies will crash, and now they have developed into very good technologies, What we learned from this initiative is that it is very easy to carry out business in the old business model and old energy. You know how to get contracts and partners, so it is very easy to develop some businesses in the old energy field, but it is very difficult to go ahead

Jayendranaidoo said that in South Africa, partners and information will encounter difficulties. In Cape Town, we are increasingly aware of this new energy model 3 Strong scalability: including user independent programming Such functional development requires longer time, new ideas and new thinking, because if only the world economic forum is used as a benchmark, you will think this is a very good place in the world, because it is a place where smart people and leaders gather, but you will find that you will encounter different difficulties in the use of technology. For example, in what China and Japan are doing, they will encounter their own problems in promoting development. You will see these positive trends in South Africa, Brazil and India, but it will take some time and efforts to achieve ultimate success

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