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US-China Green Energy Conference

SAN FRANCISCO, April 18, 2008 — Speakers Zhou Dadi, Dian Grueneich, Robert Larson, Mark Levine, Matt Rogers, and Carolina Woo present their findings and opinions during the U.S.-China Green Energy Conference, which represents the beginning of an effort to encourage long-term collaboration between clean energy policymakers, researchers, and firms in the two countries. (1 hr., 39 min.)


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