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Mountain View, CA, United States, 2010/03/26 - Clean technology is one of the hottest sectors which is up for grabs. Investors are evaluating the benefits of investing in various renewable resources, wind being no exception.
WHEN: Thursday, April 1, 2010 at 11 am ET
LOCATION: Online, with free registration
SPEAKER: Sivapriya Ramakrishnan, Senior Research Analyst, Business and Financial Services, Frost & Sullivan
Clean technology is one of the hottest sectors which is up for grabs. Investors are evaluating the benefits of investing in various renewable resources, wind being no exception. Driven by emerging economies such as India and China, Asia has registered the largest regional growth in recent times, causing heads to turn, particularly those of institutional investors. Despite being a relatively mature technology among renewables, wind energy is in the limelight, which in-turn has revived the interests of asset management companies and private equity investors.
Highlights of the briefing include country-wise evaluation of wind energy potential and investment prospects, Asia-pacific market growth and projections, investment landscape and themes, market trends, industry challenges, assessment of attractiveness to venture capitalists and future roadmap.
The briefing will benefit market participants looking to understand wind energy prospects in the Asia Pacific region, institutional and individual investors looking at opportunities in clean technologies, companies engaged in wind technologies and wind farm developers intending to secure funds in the near future.
"Asia Pacific accounted for 41 GW capacity in 2009, almost doubling its capacity from 2008. The tremendous wind potential is taking tangible shape thanks to China's explosive growth. Though domestic investment is overshadowing foreign investment to a large extent, scope for foreign investment is likely to increase through the course of 2010," observes Research Analyst Sivapriya Ramakrishnan.
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