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German Training Project for China Energy Management Experts

China on Monday signed an agreement with Germany's "European Energy Manager" project, under which Germany will help train Chinese energy management and conservation experts.

According to the agreement signed between the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA) and the German Energy Bureau, a program of joint training will be offered to 200 energy managers in China in 2008, 300 to 400 in 2009 and 500 more in 2010.

The trainees will get a two-week course in China and a three-week practical training period in Germany and will get a certificate as a "European Energy Manager" if their final thesis on conservation wins approval from a panel of experts.

The "European Energy Manager" is a program created by Germany's Nurnberg Chamber of Industry and Commerce that offers a credential that is widely accepted in European Union member countries.

SAFEA Director Ji Yunshi said at the signing ceremony that China hopes to learn from the experience of Germany on energy management.

(Xinhua News Agency April 1, 2008)

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