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倡议人及赞助商:中方由中国国家发展和改革委员会能源研究所牵头,韩文科所长为中方联名主席,并包括了来自能源, 财经方面的权威人士。

美方负责人及联名主席:

Stanley H. Barer     美国国家船务公司“Saltchuk 资源”名誉主席, 兼华盛顿大学董事会主席,前参议院商务委员会的总法律顾问

Lawrence Biondi SJ  圣路易斯大学校长並兼任多个地方和国家组织的董事会成员

Dennis Bracy (薄锐思)清洁能源论坛总裁。 Avatar 媒体主席,一家为全球客户制作设计影视,广告,网页及多维动画的传媒公司。九十年代初期即与中国北京电视台共同开创了首批电视致教于乐的电视系列节目。

Ambassador William E. Brock   美国前贸易代表,曾担任田纳西州州长

Ambassador Carla Hills  Hill 公司主席首席执行官,美国前贸易代表及城市居住发展部部长,美中贸易全国委员会及外交事务理事会副主席

Ambassador Mickey Kantor  美国Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw律师事物所合伙人,美国前商务部长及贸易代表

Norman Mineta 伟达公关集团副主席,前商贸运输部长,国会议员,加州圣荷希市市长

Sharon Nelson   美国消费者联盟主席,全美能源决策委员会和北美电力可靠性公司董事

Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy  基辛格中国研究所主任,美国伍德罗威尔逊国际学者中心和前美国驻华大使

Susan Tierney   奥巴马能源团队的主要成员之一,她管理美国能源基金的高级分析师组,任美国能源基金会董事会主席,曾担任美国能源部部长助理

Ambassador Darryl Johnson  曾出任美国驻立陶宛,泰国,菲律宾大使,并担任过美国台湾事务部主任。精通中文。

 

 

论坛由各种知名企业和非政府组织出资并共同参与谋策。论坛的赞助组织主要包括了:

GE, Russell投资集团、中国美国商会,上海美国商会,瑞安集团,美中贸易全国委员会、Stark 投资集团、 格威舒伯拜耳律师事务所、埃创国际, 伟达公关, 普及湾能源集团,麦肯锡公司、Badcock & Wilcox, Better Place、华盛顿大学、太平洋西北国家实验室,能源基金会、太平洋气电公司、星巴克集团、应用材料集团、华盛顿州立大学、纽约爱迪森电力公司、波音客运集团、Avatar 媒体公司、西雅图港、Stellar International Networks, Sapphire能源、 Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars,南方电网,国家电网。

工作组:

中美双方组成了三个联合工作小组来探讨如何更好的合作问题。成员由来自金融、出口条例、能源技术等领域的精英代表和专家组成。工作组的任务是确认中美双方能够优先合作的领域及项目,利图消除存在的不利因素,扫清障碍,使合作得以顺利进行,造福两国及世界人民。论坛首次会议已于2008年10月20-21日在北京圆满召开。2009年2月第二次会议在美国西雅图成功闭幕。第三次会议于2009年5月26日在北京圆满举行,并向两国政府递交了在清洁能源合作领域的八大建议 (见附件)。

 

 

Sponsors and Leaders: China’s delegation is led by the National Development and Reform Commission (Han Wenke, Co-Chair, Director General of the Energy Research Institute), and includes prominent leaders from Chinese businesses in energy and finance.

Leaders from the US side:

•        Stanley H. Barer is Chairman Emeritus of Saltchuk Resources, a national shipping company, and a Regent of the University of Washington.  He is of counsel at Garvey Shubert Barer law firm and was general counsel of the Senate Commerce Committee.

•        Lawrence Biondi, SJ is president of St. Louis University and a board member of several local and national organizations.

•        Dennis Bracy is the Chief Executive Officer of the Clean Energy Forum,  and Chairman of Avatar Studios, a company that produces television programs and websites for clients around the world, including pioneering television programming in China.

•        Ambassador William E. Brock is a former Secretary of Labor, U.S. Trade Representative and Senator from Tennessee.

•        Ambassador Carla Hills is chairman and chief executive officer of Hills & Company and formerly was US Trade Representative and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. She serves as co-chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations and chairman of the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.

•        Ambassador Mickey Kantor is a partner in the law firm of Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw. He previously served as U.S. Secretary of Commerce and as U.S. Trade Representative.

•        Secretary Norman Mineta is vice chairman of Hill & Knowlton and is a former Secretary of Commerce and Transportation, Member of Congress and Mayor of San Jose, California.

•        Sharon Nelson is former chair of Consumers Union, board member of the National Commission on Energy Policy and the North American Electric Reliability Corporation.

•        Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy is Director, Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and was US Ambassador to China.

•        Susan Tierney is a member of the Obama energy transition team, on leave as managing principal of the Analysis Group and chair of the Energy Foundation. She formerly was Assistant Secretary of the Department of Energy.

•        Ambassador Darryl Johnson has had a distinguished career in the U.S. State Department. He is a former U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania, Thailand, Philippines, and a former director of the American Institute of Taiwan.

Supporting Organizations:  The Forum is supported by a wide variety of leading businesses and NGOs, each a leader in its sector. Sponsors include GE, Russell Investment Group, the US-China Business Council, AMCHAM China, AMCHAM Shanghai, Stark Investments, Garvey Schubert Barer, Itron, Hill & Knowlton, Puget Sound Energy, McKinsey & Company, Babcock & Wilcox, Better Place, University of Washington, Battelle, The Energy Foundation, Pacific Gas & Electric, Starbucks, Applied Materials, Washington State University, Consolidated Edison Company of New York, The Boeing Company, Avatar Studios, the Port of Seattle, Stellar International Networks, Sapphire Energy and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, State Grid, China Southern Grid.

The Working Groups: Both countries have appointed working groups to identify priorities for cooperation and solutions. The working groups are made up of sponsor representatives and experts in key areas such as finance, export regulations and energy technology. The working groups have identified priority areas for cooperation and focused on how we can remove barriers so we can translate good intentions into dramatic action. The 8 initiatives were developed by the three working groups(to read, see Initiatives tab; to download, see File Attachment(s) “CEF Initiatives-PRINT FINAL.pdf”).

 

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