The International Trade Administration (ITA) has conducted analysis of near term export potential for 19 sectors, includingRenewable Energy (solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal), Smart Grid(transmission & distribution, ICT), and Renewable Fuels (ethanol and biomass wood pellets). These reports are now publicly available to assist U.S. exporters with their strategic planning.
Also in this issue…
FREE Webcast: “Intellectual Property Challenges and Opportunity: Bringing your Business into China,” (US-China Clean Energy Research Center), July 20, 11:30AM- 1:00 PM EST
FREE Webinar: “Fuel Ethanol Exports: Opportunities & Challenges in 2015 – 2016,” July 30, 2pm EST.
Arctic Energy Summit, Sept.28-30, 2015: Fairbanks, Alaska
European Utility Week, Nov. 3-5, 2015: Vienna, Austria.
Green Technologies Suppliers Meetings, Nov. 17-19, 2015: Seattle, WA
- Want to learn more? Join the FREE webinar on July 28, 11:30am EST
A Special Showcase
Join the USA Pavilion at La Galerie: Exhibition of low carbon solutions during the COP21 United Nations Climate Change Conference PARIS Le Bourget – FRANCE December 2–9, 2015.
USTDA to Highlight Renewable Energy Programs in July with #ExportCleanEnergy Hashtag (July 8, 2015)
U.S.-Brazil Joint Statement on Climate Change (June 30, 2015)
OPIC to Support 20MW Jamaican Solar Utility (June 25, 2015)
USTDA Strengthens Support for Geothermal in Turkey (June 24, 2015)
- Mexico: Photovoltaic cells, inverter, smicroinverters, and helical wind generators – for details, contact: U.S. Consulate Guadalajara, Juan Herrera, Senior Commercial Specialist, at Juan.Herrera@trade.gov.
Odds & Ends
Technology Roadmap for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells ( 6/2015, IEA)
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Exporter’s Guide
Export Programs Guide
Trade Finance Guide
Protect Your Intellectual Property
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