Faced with the changing global energy landscape, the continued low carbon energy structure will be a major focus of energy transformation; at the same time, the competitiveness of renewable resources will continue to improve rapidly. China's energy structure is also evolving, coal accounted for from 64% in 2015 to 2035 in 42%. In order to ensure sustainable development, we must seek a new path to energy development. China is currently vigorously developing water, wind and solar energy three kinds of energy. At present, the world's energy development is facing the three major challenges of resource shortage, environmental pollution and climate change. Accelerating energy change and developing sustainable energy is imminent. The future of energy is in fact related to all walks of life are also related to your daily life and travel.
The theme of "Future Energy" The Astana World Expo will be held on June 10, 2017 in Astana, Kazakhstan, where venues will showcase research, best practices and long-term plans for future energy. China Pavilion will also highlight the highlights and highlights in the exhibition hall, energy corridor, China's wisdom and practice, energy dream theater, global mission and partner, tail hall and reception area. China Pavilion will showcase the results of China's energy development at the same time, "man-made sun" nuclear fusion energy as the core elements of the exhibition throughout the exhibition.
Throughout the World Expo's Future Energy Forum (June 29 to September 5, 2017), the Consortium's Vision and Declaration of Principles aims to present a comprehensive story of future energy. The forum will cover all energy topics in the form of 12 games, hoping to provide a platform for international exchange and dialogue for the development of clean energy and renewable energy, promote energy investment and technical cooperation, advocate green lifestyles, create industry innovation platforms and To develop solutions for climate change challenges and energy scarcity. So that in the different industries of the elite who can get the latest energy from the information. Those who intend to participate in the meeting and friends can be aware of and focus on the following priorities:
1. Energy revolution: towards international energy transformation (June 29-30)
The international energy revolution is in progress. The future of climate change and future energy solutions are inextricably linked. The Paris Agreement stipulates that global temperatures are not allowed to rise by more than 2 degrees, and this requirement will require fundamental changes in energy production and consumption from the source. As a host, Kazakhstan has a wealth of natural resources and geopolitical status, and hope to be able to establish a new Eurasian energy market, as the future of East and West energy bridge and example. At this meeting, international experts, leaders and industry leaders from the field of energy will bring us the direction of future global energy development, let us understand that the international energy revolution is not only essential, but inevitable and feasible The
2. Low-carbon technology and renewable energy technology solutions (July 10-11)
Clean energy future opportunities. Over the years, renewable energy technologies have made significant progress in commercial maturity and economic competitiveness. As opportunities increase gradually, it is critical to correctly assess the strengths and limitations of renewable energy technologies in real-time scenarios. The second meeting will gather top international companies as well as developers and innovators to take the lead in demonstrating best practices or breakthrough projects for renewable energy and low-carbon solutions, with the most detailed focus on clean and renewable energy (Including the controversial nuclear energy as a low-carbon energy challenges and advantages), and finally learn from each other.
3. Low-carbon technology: International Science Conference organized by the University of Nazarbayev (July 12-13)
A meeting with the University of Nazarbayev in Kazakhstan aims to encourage next-generation energy consumers and producers, young scholars, researchers and future decision makers to participate in the world of energy innovation. Top scientists and experts will also join, through practical seminars, explore new energy solutions, build on the future source of Imagination.
4. New energy model of the socio-economic (July 20-21)
How to transition and meet the "post-carbon era"? Astana EXPO-2017 The fourth meeting of the Future Energy Forum examines the socio-economic development and impact of changing the complex energy system. Political leaders, industry experts and representatives of non-governmental organizations to discuss cross-border cooperation, new frameworks and future energy market solutions.
5. Fair access to sustainable energy - EU Energy Day (24-25 July)
The first part of the conference will focus on the main drivers and providers of energy access from a macro perspective, focusing in particular on the construction industry. The second part of the fusion energy: from science fiction to scientific facts; explore whether fusion is environmentally friendly and safe, and attractive to the ultimate sustainable energy options. Ed Gillespie, an environmental entrepreneur and sustainable development and innovation expert, will deliver keynote presentations and join other international experts in a symposium chaired by the European Commission.
6. Urban energy efficiency: urban planning, construction and transport (July 31 - August 1)
How do we live in 2050?
In 2050, the world's urban population increased from 7.46 billion in 1950 to more than 6 billion, while more than 10 million residents of the city will be doubled. Sustainable development will affect all aspects of life; from sustainable building and urban planning, waste management and resource allocation to intelligent transport systems and infrastructure. The meeting will focus on the future development of the city's innovative strategy to explore. Parag Khanna, a global strategist and senior researcher at the Center for Asia and Globalization at the Singapore National University, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, will present his opening remarks and present his views on the future metropolis.
7. Everyone's energy: the challenges of the new era, Nazarbayev University (August 8-9)
Poverty and energy scarcity are linked. With the rapid development of urban energy programs, billions of people living in underdeveloped areas are silently forgotten. The International NGO Summit will explore the role of future energy in poverty eradication in line with the Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals. Yvo de Boar, Director of the Global Green Growth Institute, will deliver keynote speeches on economic and social impacts of climate change and sustainable development.
8. Progress on Reducing CO2 Emissions and Energy-Efficient Lifestyle (August 10-11)
Since the beginning of the industrial revolution, the concentration of carbon dioxide has increased by more than one third. With the increase in the level of carbon dioxide emissions, the Earth's atmosphere is also increasing the heat, eventually leading to global warming. Modern civilization and economic dependence on industrial development. The global industry is responsible for up to 40% of carbon dioxide emissions, which is also an important factor in climate change and global warming. The focus of the meeting was to look for a comprehensive and systematic program to reduce industrial emissions: from low-carbon energy-saving technologies to sustainable supply chains and production chains.
9. Renewable energy and quality of life (August 14-15)
At present, more than 1.2 billion people on Earth are still unable to obtain electricity, which makes them in a passive state of isolation and poverty. Renewable energy and sustainable energy play a key role in sustainable development in the future, which is closely linked to poverty alleviation and the promotion of human well-being and economic and cultural development. By providing decentralized off-grid energy systems for those in need, renewable energy is just a triangular fait of sustainable socio-economic and environmental development. The conference will be chaired by Prof. Mohan Munasinghe, Founder and Chairman of the MIND Institute and Vice Chairman of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC-AR4).
10. Energy to address climate change issues (21-22 August)
Rapidly developing technology, whether innovative or disruptive, will change the current energy market and industry and accelerate economic growth. At this meeting, start-ups, entrepreneurs, academics and innovators face climate change issues: review and analyze current and emerging energy solutions, and then conduct a series of seminars. What new energy products and business models can completely change the international market in the near future, how can these new ideas further shape the future of renewable energy?
11. International economic and political environmental protection (August 28-29)
The effective response to global challenges to environmental protection and sustainable development depends to a large extent on good political and economic relations. Appropriate policies and measures will contribute to national development and provide a supportive framework for meeting environmental and development goals. The meeting provided a platform for governments, policy makers and key industry participants to provide a platform for global energy constructive dialogue and the development of a fair and transnational energy economy.
12. Looking to the future: Eurasia - When the East meets the West (September 4-5)
The last meeting of the Energy Forum is about energy vision, technology and interdisciplinary dialogue. Incumbent and former head of state, Nobel laureate, science and industry leading experts will join together to summarize the 12 meetings proposed in the development of ideas and solutions.
Future Energy Forum Let the elite in different industries get the latest information on energy. Astana World Expo guests will include heads of state from all countries, Kazakhstan and CEOs from around the world, including sponsors and international organizations such as the United Nations, UNICEF, IRENA, the World Bank, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) organization. Obviously, in order to learn more about the future development of energy is necessary to pay attention to the 2017 Astana World Expo. For more information on Astana's travel information, customs, natural scenery and culture, please pay attention to the official microblogging of the Astana World Expo: astanaexpo. A month after the Expo, in Astana look forward to your arrival.