Tratos CEO will join ‘the best thinkers on energy’ to explore energy technology needs in China and measures to ease market entry later this month.
Dr Maurizio Bragagni, who is also one of a small number of handpicked business leaders who make up the Department for International Trade’s Advisory Groups – his is an ‘industry’ portfolio – will join other inspiring commerce and academic figures at the workshop event to discuss barriers and strategies for ‘levelling the playing field’ in the sessions hosted by energypost.eu in association with the EU-China Energy Co-operation Platform, or ECECP.
The workshop, which will run across November 17 and 18, has a central innovation focus. The online event, where Dr Bragagni is an invited panellist, will tackle innovative solutions that will benefit the energy transition in China, building on climate commitments and European business experience. It also aims to provide a steer for European businesses looking to enter the Chinese market.
Panellists will offer their insights around what innovative techniques and business models are needed in China, how developers and owners of required tech can introduce their solutions into the Chinese sector to benefit all and support global climate ambitions.
Tratos is an independent global cable technology innovator. CEO Dr Bragagni led the company to success in winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation last year.