Southeast Asia: Waste-to-Energy Reverse Trade Mission

THE U.S. TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (USTDA) is sponsoring a Reverse Trade Mission (RTM) to the United States for a delegation of 13 key public and private-sector officials from the waste-to-energy and biomass sectors in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand. The goal of this RTM is to showcase state-of-the-art U.S. products, equipment, technologies, services, and best practices that can assist with infrastructure development and contribute to the expansion of clean and efficient energy in Southeast Asia. It will also introduce delegates to policies, regulations and financing mechanisms that can facilitate the participation of U.S. companies in waste-to-energy and biomass sector projects in these countries. During the RTM, the delegates will meet with U.S. companies, industry associations, and government organizations, and visit facilities in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, San Diego, Sacramento and San Francisco, CA. They will also attend a one-day Business Briefing in San Francisco, CA where they can present information about specific commercial opportunities in their countries to interested U.S. companies.

Project summary

Southeast Asia: Waste-to-Energy Reverse Trade Mission | November 2013
Number of Visitors: 13
Number of Attendees: 13
Regions: East Asia and Pacific
Countries: Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand
Impact Areas: Business and Trade
Program Areas: Global Leadership