详细报告-仲欧脱碳科技 (CNEUCN) 科学委员会第3次全体会议
Following our previous introductory release of the 3rd CNEUCN of its Scientific Committee (ScC) and Experts’ Advisory Board (EAB) plenary meeting, today we share a more detailed report of the works done and discussion topics.
Ms. Yanlin Qiu, representative of China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC), eloquently presented the CSCEC global portfolio, delving into the ongoing projects with a keen focus on construction, products, and materials. Five distinct projects, each with unique localization and characteristics, were introduced, emphasizing a life cycle approach and specific opportunities for partners.
The projects boast integration and high energy efficiency, incorporating an intelligent digital platform for construction and maintenance. Notably, those nearly and zero-carbon building complex projects are underway in key Chinese cities like Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Wuhan, and Suzhou.
Furthermore, Ms. Qiu shed light on CSCEC’s production chain, expressing eagerness to establish partnerships in technology and product development with other CNEUCN partners. A consensus was reached to provide more detailed information and create direct contact with CSCEC branch companies overseeing the introduced projects.
This would facilitate follow-ups and collaborations in technology and product development, especially in the realms of mechanic and electronic equipment with high energy efficiency.
接下来，“虚拟”舞台转移到Johnny Browaeys先生，他激情洋溢地探讨了欧盟“绿色协议”提供的庞大任务和合作机会。他的演讲集中于总部位于中国的公司，无论是本地还是欧洲公司，对欧洲电气化和脱碳过程的贡献。值得注意的是，Browaeys先生研究了自愿碳市场（VCM）和合规性碳市场（CCM）的前景，强调了欧盟和中国在分类、碳边境调整机制（CBAM）和潜在的排放交易系统（ETS）协调方面的磋商的必要性。在随后的讨论中，大家还分享了各种观点。黄涛教授提出了在能源生产和运输中考虑碳足迹贡献的关键问题。Otthein Hertzog教授对脱碳工作的数字转型方面表现出浓厚兴趣，强调了在分析排放和合规性方面数据的重要性。王茜女士在询问欧洲企业采取CBAM措施的情况时，强调了协同创新和寻找互惠互利找到共同目标的重要性。
The “virtual” stage then shifted to Mr. Johnny Browaeys, who passionately explored the vast task and cooperation opportunities presented by the EU “Green Deal.”
His presentation centered on the contribution companies based in China, both local and European, can bring to the European electrification and decarbonization process.
Notably, Mr. Browaeys examined the outlook for the voluntary carbon market (VCM) and the compliance carbon market (CCM), emphasizing the need for consultations between the EU and China on classification, the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), and potential Emissions Trading System (ETS) coordination.
During the subsequent discussion, various perspectives were shared. Prof. Huang Tao raised the crucial question of considering the contribution to carbon footprint in energy generation and transportation. Prof. Otthein Hertzog expressed keen interest in the digital transformation aspect of decarbonization efforts, emphasizing the importance of data in analysing emissions and compliance. Ms. Victoria Wang, inquiring about European companies adopting CBAM measures, highlighted the importance of collaborative innovation and finding common goals for mutual benefit.
The debate was vivid and engaging opening the door for in-depth discussions on sustainable development, technology collaboration, and the intricate dynamics of the global carbon market, illustrating a collective commitment to addressing environmental challenges.
Afterwards were listed several, research and business, opportunities members could join. Due to confidentiality reasons, they can just be briefly shared out of the members’ group. Among them:
Professional services & equipment supply opportunity to support a worldwide construction material Group to reach its sustainability targets.
Industry platform, which will be recognized by Ministry of Industry & Information Technology (MIIT). Opportunity for scholars, experts and companies to contribute to setting up and then cooperate for the development activities related to technical verification and China/ EU standards.
Scouting of European industry association, industry clusters willing to have operation in China as well as European cities to be referral as best practice for exchange with Chinese cities.
China’s real estate & construction sector restructuring: a new development model is urgently needed. Draft a joint paper within social, economic and technical proposals.
Urban scale mechanism for “check-up/assessment/reduction strategy” of GHGs emission.
Collection of “Good house” (好房子) references based on the Chinese Ministry of Housing and Urban Rural Development (MoHURD) call.
The debate was lively and engaging, opening the door to in-depth discussions on sustainable development, technology cooperation and the intricate dynamics of global carbon markets, and demonstrating a shared commitment to addressing environmental challenges.
At the end of the meeting, Massimo Bagnasco, Secretary General of the Scientific Committee, reiterated that CNEUCN can definitely act as a bridge between China and Europe, thanks to the contribution of the Scientific Committee and industry partners in B2B and B2G actions.
The uniqueness of this council, thanks to the variegated and synergic background of its members, who represent major the scientific disciplines for decarbonization related sectors in Europe and China, is a unique and valuable asset.
“I do believe our collaborations can contribute to a future where reduce global GHGs emission stands as a mission to unitary vision, common understanding, and shared values that bind us all”.
CNEUCN ScC is a group of well know scholars and representatives from institutions, stakeholder network organizations while the EAB is a selected team of industries’ representatives in synergic sectors.
Feel free to contact us to get information about how to join CNEUCN then develop together above opportunities and many others.
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