China is establishing itself as a leader in the energy transition process through its accelerated domestic transition trajectory, but also through its large-scale production and export of clean energy technologies. Is this leadership role reflected in its financing and investment abroad?
This webinar seeks to analyze whether China plays an important role in the energy transition process in South America through its investment and financing in renewable energy, but also in fossil energy in the region. To this end, the specific case of Brazil – a country that, in addition to its strong relationship with China, stands out simultaneously for its potential in renewable energy generation and the volume of its hydrocarbon reserves – will be addressed.
José Renato Peneluppi Jr.
Lawyer; Specialized in Chinese Public Administration;
Director 瀚光较育 – CUSSA （China University Summer School Association ）
PhD and Master in Chinese Public Administration at HUST (华中科技大学) with a specialization in development policies for energy development and energy transition in China (2018)
Boston University – Associate researcher (2017-2018)
Visiting researcher at the University of Oslo – REMIX and CICERO (2016)
Taught at China-EU ICARE (Institute for Clean and Renewable Energy) (2012)
Specialization in Environmental Education at UNICAMP (2009)