Balancing Act: Managing European Dependencies on China for Climate Technologies
Please join the Trustee Chair for Chinese Business and Economics for this online event focusing on the interconnected theme of dependencies on China in clean energy technologies, decarbonization, and industrial competitiveness in Europe. Trustee Chair Senior Fellow Ilaria Mazzocco will present her latest publication evaluating European diversification and derisking policies on China.
Following a presentation of the publication's findings, there will be a roundtable discussion about the challenges and opportunities associated with clean energy technology supply chains and green industrial policy in Europe. Panelists include Agatha Kratz of the Rhodium Group, Loyle Campbell of the German Council on Foreign Relations, and Alicia García-Herrero of Bruegel. Lily McElwee, Deputy Director and Fellow, of the CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies, will moderate.
This event is made possible by generous support from the European Climate Foundation.