Lunar New Year Celebration
Gallop into the Lunar New Year with Asian Americans in Energy, the Environment and Commerce (AE2C)
Hosted by: Dentons
1301 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
You will have to hold on tight as the Year of the Horse promises to be one of great energy and power. Predictions suggest that some world economies will become stronger, while others will experience economic volatility. Yet, according to some research firms, China will release its full economic potential and stock markets in Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines will grow as well. In the energy sector, natural gas prices are likely to rise and solar PV installation growth will accelerate in Asia.
Join AE2C members and guests for this next event in the series Energy and the Environment in the U.S. and Asia – What’s Next? The Lunar New Year panel discussion on what 2014 holds in store in the energy and commerce sectors features David Elkin, Managing Director and Founder of Green World Capital, LLC and Subodh Nayar, Director, Product Planning & Solution Design at Aclara Technologies, LLC. Ms. Rayola Dougher, senior economic advisor for the American Petroleum Institute (API) will moderate the discussion.
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Free for Members
Government/Academic Faculty: $15
Lunar New Year Reception to follow
Non-Members may join as Regular Members at a reduced rate of $100 per year ($40 for students) and attend the New Year Reception at no cost.