The IEA SHC Programme is excited to share with you our "Solar Heating and Cooling Superstars" database. This one-of-a-kind resource is a list of qualified solar heating and cooling experts who are available to share their expertise at your next event.

The user-friendly format lets you search by area of expertise (market, governance, application, and technology) and other criteria. In addition, each speaker has provided a short bio and other background information to help you decide the best match for your event.

Are you interested in being one of our "Superstars"? Then email the SHC Secretariat, secretariat@iea-shc.org, for more details.

 

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Silvia Croce

Post-doc Researcher, Eurac Research

Silvia Croce is a Post-Doc researcher at the Institute for Renewable Energy, Eurac Research (Italy). She is a building engineer - an architect by training with a PhD in Engineering from the University of Padova.

Her research work aims to gain insights into solutions for an integrated design of the urban built and natural environment, focusing on outdoor microclimate, thermal comfort, energy savings, and renewable energy production. At the same time, it intends to raise awareness of those topics' interlinkages and activate different actors in developing integrated and systemic solutions. She is active in several European projects, including Varcities and JUSTNature. She was actively involved in IEA SHC Task 51: Solar Energy in Urban Planning and currently is co-leading Subtask B on Economic strategies and stakeholder engagement in IEA SHC Task 63: Solar Neighborhood Planning. 

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Language(s)
Italian
English
ResidentialPassive Solar BuildingsUrban Planning
Request Silvia Croce Italy
Task 63: Solar Neighborhood Planning
Urban built and natural environment

Harald Drück

Head of R&D, Head "Solar Testing", Head "Smart City Concepts", University of Stuttgart, Institute for Building Energetics, Thermotechnology and Energy Storage (IGTE)

Dr. Harald Drück is head of the Research and Test Centre for Solar Systems (TZS) and  head of R&D and Smart City Concepts at the Institute for Building Energetics, Thermotechnology and Energy Storage (IGTE) at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. His scientific focus is predominately related to development of performance test methods and certification schemes for solar systems and their components for domestic hot water production, space heating, industrial processes and solar thermal cooling as well as on the areas of heat storage, buildings with a high solar fractions and smart cities.  Nationally and internationally, Dr. Harald Drück works as a consultant for a large number of public and private clients. In addition, he is involved in numerous national and international working groups and committees, e.g. as Chairman of the Global Solar Certification Network, the European Standardisation Committee CEN TC 312 and the international Standardisation Committee ISO TC 180 as well as the board of directors of the European solar thermal industry federation Solar Heat Europe (SHE).  In addition to his work at the University of Stuttgart, Harald Drück is also head of SWT (Solar- und Wärmetechnik Stuttgart / Solar Heat Technology Stuttgart), one of the leading service providers in the field of solar thermal technology and adjunct Professor at Raiagiri School of Engineering and Technology in Kochi, India.  

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
German
French
ResidentialCommercialIndustrialAgricultureWater HeatingSpace HeatingBuilding IntegratedPassive Solar BuildingsZero Energy BuildingsCooling
Request Harald Drück Germany
Task 66 Task Manager, Expert in Tasks 14, 26, 32, 43, 44, 57
Global with a focus on Europe, North Africa and Mexico
Testing, Standardization and Certification as well as incentive programs and legal and financial aspects

Ken Guthrie

Managing Director, Sustainable Energy Transformation Pty Ltd

Ken Guthrie is the Director of Sustainable Energy Transformation Pty Ltd a specialist consulting service that undertakes activities that aim to transform markets to support greater use of sustainable energy. Ken is the Australian Executive Committee member of the International Energy Agency’s Solar Heating and Cooling Program representing the Australian PV Institute. From 2014 to 2018 he was Chair of that program and until the end of 2017 was Chairman of the ISO Standards Committee on Solar Energy. He is the Chair of the Australian and New Zealand Standards Committee on Solar Heating and Cooling Prior to setting up Sustainable Energy Transformation in 2012, Ken was the General Manager, Sustainable Environs at Sustainability Victoria, where he led programs to support the deployment of renewable energy and energy efficient technologies. Ken is a board member of the Australian PV Institute and the Yarra Energy Foundation.

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
English
ResidentialCommercialIndustrialAgricultureWater HeatingSpace Heating
Request Ken Guthrie Australia
ExCo Member - Australia
Australia
Market Support Mechanisms, Standards

Andreas Hauer

Director / Chairman of the Board, ZAE Bayern

Dr.  Andreas Hauer studied Physics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany. He made his PhD at the technical University in Berlin. Now is Chair of the Board at the Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research, ZAE Bayern, with about 100 scientists. There he is responsible for all national and international research and development projects focussed on thermal and electrical energy storage, thermal driven heat pumps / chillers for industrial and building applications. Dr. Hauer is an international known expert on energy storage in general and specialized on thermal energy storage. At the moment he is leading working groups on material development for thermal energy storage and on “Flexible Sector Coupling by the Implementation of Energy Storage” within the Energy Storage TCP of the International Energy Agency, IEA, and he is member of the Executive committee. He is member of the Board of Directors of the International Solar Energy Society, ISES. On the national level, he is member of the Board of Directors of the 2012 established Bundesverband Energiespeichersysteme (BVES), German Energy Storage Systems Association. In this position, he is responsible for R&D activities within the association. He is Editor in Chief for the Wiley publication “Advances in Energy Storage”, which will be launched in 2021.

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
German
English
Space HeatingBuilding IntegratedCoolingProcess HeatingStorage
Request Andreas Hauer Germany
Task 58, Task 67 (Energy Storage TCP Task Manager for this joint Task)
Europe, Asia, Developing Countries

Hans-Martin Henning

Director, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems

Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin Henning is Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE in Freiburg, Germany and Professor of “Solar Energy Systems” at the Institute of Sustainable Systems Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering, University of Freiburg. He is chairman of the Expert Council on Climate Issues of the German Government, Spokesman of the Renewable Energies Research Association (FVEE), member of the acatech (German National Academy of Science and Engineering) and member of the board of directors of the academy project "Energy systems of the future".

Prof. Dr. Henning obtained his PhD in physics at Oldenburg University in 1993. Since 1994, he has been working at Fraunhofer ISE in Freiburg, holding several different positions of responsibility over the years. In 2014 he was appointed Professor of Technical Energy Systems at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT and in 2017 Director of Fraunhofer ISE.

His key areas of research cover technical energy systems for buildings and energy system analysis. He plays a leading role in the development of computer models for the simulation and optimization of complex energy systems and their application to investigate the development of national / regional energy systems including all energy sources, energy conversion and storage technologies and energy end-use sectors.

Session Type(s)
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
German
English
Commercial
Request Hans-Martin Henning Germany
Task Manager for Tasks 25 and 38
Germany, Europe

Pedro Horta

Head of Renewable Energies Chair, Universidade de Évora

Dr. Pedro Horta, Head of the Renewable Energies Chair at the University of Évora and Coordinator of INIESC – the Portuguese National Research Infrastructure in Solar Energy Concentration, has a 20-year research career in solar energy technologies and applications, with a special focus on solar concentrators and their medium and high-temperature application.

With comprehensive experience in applied research on solar concentrator development and testing and solar system design (e.g., process heat, CHP, and water desalination applications), Dr. Pedro Horta has been engaged in in-depth research and technical and financing questions pertaining to process heat (SHIP).

Besides his participation in international R&D, including IEA SHC Task 64, IEA SHC Task 49, ETIP SNET/RHC, EERA JP-CSP), Dr. Pedro Horta has been the Head of the Group Solar Process Heat and Industrial Systems at Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE (2015-2019) and the Coordinator of the European Common Research and Innovation Agenda on Solar process heat (INSHIP, H2020-LCE-2016-ERA GAP-731287). He has also participated in SHIP-related financing projects (TrustEE, H2020-EE-2015-3 GA 696140; TrusCS Phase 1, GIZ Mexico) and developed capacity building and SHIP demonstration activities in Europe, the MENA region, Asia, and South and Central America.

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Portuguese
English
French
Italian
Spanish
CommercialIndustrialAgricultureProcess HeatingStorage
Request Pedro Horta Portugal
Task 64: Solar Process Heat, Task 49: Solar Heat Integration in Industrial Processes
Portugal, MENA region, South America
Standards, finance

Tom Fred Ishugah

Sustainable Energy Expert, East African Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (EACREEE) Seconded by UNIDO

Mr. Tom Fred Ishugah holds a Master of Science degree in Power Engineering and Engineering Thermophysics from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in China and a Bachelor of Science degree in Energy Engineering from Kenyatta University in Kenya. He has over 12 years work experience in renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy management. Mr. Ishugah has earned a lot of experience and skills in leadership, programme development, administration and implementation through his work at East African Centre of Excellence for Renewable Energy and Efficiency (EACREEE). Prior to joining EACREEE, Mr. Ishugah as a lecturer at department of Energy Engineering at Kenyatta University in Kenya for three and a half years.

He is a registered engineer by the Engineers Registration Board of Kenya and holds the following Professional Certifications or Licenses; Certified Energy Manager (CEM) by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), Tier 3 Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Technician License, Class A Energy Audotor’s Licence, and a Solar Water Heating Technician License by the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA. He is an Associate Expert License by the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) of Kenya. He has published several research papers on renewable energy technology in high impact energy journals.  

 

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
English
Mandarin
Solar GeneralResidentialCommercialIndustrialWater HeatingSpace HeatingCoolingStorage
Request Tom Fred Ishugah Kenya
ExCo Member - EACREEE
East and Southern Africa
Policy and standards

Ulrike Jordan

Professor, Thermal Engineering, University of Kassel

PhD in physics on solar combistores in Marburg, Germany (2001).  2 years EU Marie-Curie Post-Doc scholarship at the Technical University of Denmark.   Since 2005 junior professor and adjunct professor at the University of Kassel, Germany on Thermal Systems’ Engineering.   Leader of a Junior Scientists’ Research Group on Open Liquid Desiccant Systems (2012-2017)  Coordinator of the international PhD network Solnet and two Marie-Curie Early Stage Research / Initial Training Networks, on advanced solar heating and cooling for buildings (SolNet, 2006-2010) and on large solar heating systems and sorption processes (SHINE, 2013-2017).   National and international research projects on solar heating systems, district heating, industrial process heat and desiccant systems.  Member of IEA-SHC task 26 & 64/IV.

ResidentialCommercialIndustrialCoolingLarge SystemsDistrict HeatingProcess Heating
Request Ulrike Jordan Germany
Task 64 / IV
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
German
English

Korbinian Kramer

Coordinator Solar Thermal Energy Conversion, Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE

Dr. Korbinian S. Kramer studied Mechanical Engineering with a focus on Renewable Energy Conversion in Augsburg, Germany. He holds a doctoral degree from the University of Freiburg in Innovation Management.   At the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy, he is heading a working group on testing, quality assurance and technical characterization of heating and cooling technologies, such as solar thermal and heat pumps. He is also the coordinator for Solar Thermal Energy Conversion activities at Fraunhofer ISE. Involvement in standardization work for more than 15 years and over 45 publications are part of his expertise.   He is a lecturer at the University of Freiburg in the Master Curses "Renewable Energy Management" and "Sustainable System Engineering" and is offering an online course "Understanding Solar Thermal Energy Conversion".    

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Language(s)
German
English
ResidentialIndustrialSpace HeatingPV/Thermal
Request Korbinian Kramer Germany
Past ExCo Member - Germany
German, Europe, Canada
Subsidy Schemes, Support Mechanism

Nolwenn Le Pierrès

Professor and Deputy Director of LOCIE, Université Savoie Mont Blanc

Nolwenn Le Pierrès is a full professor and deputy director of LOCIE, a laboratory of Université Savoie Mont Blanc and CNRS. She obtained her PhD in 2005 at the PROMES (PROcesses, Materials and Solar Energy) laboratory (Perpignan, France) on the development of a solar deep-freezing thermochemical machine. She passed her HDR (Habilitation to Supervise Research) in 2014 at University Savoie Mont Blanc on sorption processes. Her publications include 41 articles in international journals, 5 book chapters, 3 patents, and 44 papers in international conferences. She co-supervised 12 PhD thesis. Her main research areas since 2002 are thermal energy storage and heat transformation by sorption processes (physical and chemical sorption), especially in the case of solar thermal systems. She works on both experimentation and numerical modelling and participates or has participated in several partnership projects in this field, with both academic partners and companies.

Solar GeneralBuilding IntegratedCoolingStorage
Request Nolwenn Le Pierrès France
Task 65, Task 67
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
French
English

Dong Li

Deputy Dean, Northeast Petroleum University

Dong Li is a associate dean in School of Architecture and Civil Engineering of Northeast Petroleum University, China. He completed master Course at Northeast Petroleum University, Daqing in 2006 and received PhD degree from Harbin Institute of Technology, Haerbin in 2013. His research fields of interest are Building Energy Conservation, Solar Thermal Utilization, Translucent Medium Photothermal Conversion Mechanism, Migration Mechanism of Oil and Gas Pollutants.

ResidentialStorage
Request Dong Li China
China, Daqing
Standards
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Mandarin
English

Tao Li

Wuhan City, Hubei Province, Wuhan University of Science and Technology

Tao Li,  PhD, appointed to the faculty upon graduation, and is currently a lecturer of the Wuhan University of Science and Technology. Degree in 2020 from Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology in Heating, gas supply, ventilation and air conditioning engineering. My research interest covers solar thermal utilization.

ResidentialWater Heating
Request Tao Li China
Application
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Language(s)
Mandarin
English

Shixiang Lu

Lecturer, Zhongyuan University of Technology

Ph. D. in engineering;   Graduated from Dalian University of Technology;   Specialise in the following research works: Comprehensive utilization of solar energy , Efficient utilization of renewable energy and Energy saving of buildings.

ResidentialCommercialIndustrialAgricultureSpace HeatingPV/ThermalStorage
Request Shixiang Lu China
Policy, Standards
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Mandarin
English

Wang Qiliang

Postdoctoral Fellow, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

I obtained my doctor degree in the University of Science and Technology of China in 2019, and then joined in the Renewable Energy Research Group in the Hong Kong Polytechnic University from 2019 as an awardee of Hong Kong RGC Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme (only grant 50 global researchers every year). During the PhD period, I also visited and studied in the University of Nottingham as an exhange student. I have been engaged in research in the field of solar-thermal conversion and utilization, heat transfer, etc. Hence, I have rich research experience and skills in thermal energy. Up to now, I have a publication record of 37, and obtained 10 national invention patents. I also achieved many weighty awards and honors, such as 2017 Grand Gold Medal of the 45th Geneva International Exhibition of Inventions, 2019 Extremely Excellent Ph.D. Graduate Award of the President of Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2019 Excellent Ph.D. candidate of the Academic Awards of Energy and Built Environmen, etc. Now, I am also responsible for a Special Issue of "Solar thermal technologies" as a guest editor.

ResidentialIndustrialSpace HeatingPV/Thermal
Request Wang Qiliang China
China, Hong Kong
Standards
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Mandarin
English

Jiao Qingtai

Vice President/Chief Engineer, Solareast Holding Co., Ltd

Mr. Qing tai Jiao(Professor-level senior engineer); Vice president and chief engineer of Solareast holdings Co., Ltd.(China). He has nearly 20 years of experience in solar thermal utilization product development and technology research, with more than 30 invention patents; He is the deputy director of the national solar energy standardization technical committee of China, and participated in the formulation of more than 30 national solar energy standards.  He is also IEA-SHC task55 subtask B leader; Convenor of ISO TC180/WG3; Gold member of ISES.

ResidentialCommercialIndustrialInstitutionalSpace HeatingStorage
Request Jiao Qingtai China
Task 55
China and more than 100 other countries and regions
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Mandarin
English

Hu Runqing

Associate Research Professor, National Development and Reform Commission

Ms. Hu Runqing is associate research professor of Energy Research Institute(ERI) , National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the member of Council of Chinese Renewable Energy Society.  She has engaged in the renewable energy policy and planning research since 1989,  and has lead and conducted  many research projects in renewable enerngy heating,  distributed renewable energy , new energy city, and renewable energy statistics.

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Mandarin
English
Request Hu Runqing China
China
Policy, Finance, Statistics

Khalid Salmi

Expert - Energy Management, Standardization and Certification, Regional center for renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE)

Eng. Khalid Salmi is an Energy Management Expert at the Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE). Graduated as a mechanical engineer and holds an MSc degree in Renewable Energy Engineering, he joined RCREEE in 2014. As Energy Management Expert, Eng. Khalid Salmi is actively responsible for managing the regional implementation of RCREEE’s standardization and certification portfolio, aiming to upscale the RE-EE products, services, and personnel in the MENA energy markets in accordance with the international standards and practices. With over 9 years of professional experience and under several projects and activities, Eng. Khalid Salmi cooperated with various national governments and international development organizations, including Ministries, development banks, UN programs, European Union, in addition to other alliances and networks involved in the energy industry and green economy affairs worldwide.

Throughout his professional career in different sustainable energy fields, Eng. Khalid Salmi acquired practical expertise about the important role of green technologies, policies, and regulations as effective instruments for the sustainable management of resources, and the deployment of new clean energy practices, toward tackling the economic and environmental challenges at all levels.

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Arabic
English
French
ResidentialCommercialIndustrialCollector Testing & Rating Standards & Certification
Request Khalid Salmi Egypt
Task 57: Solar Standards and Certification
MENA region
Policy, Regulations and Standards

Karen Surridge

Centre Manager, SANEDI

Dr Surridge was awarded her PhD in 2007 and during 2007-2009 she was a postdoctoral Fellow of the Claude Leon Foundation.  An academic career was paralleled by establishing a consulting company specialising in environmental analyses, environmental impact assessments (EIA’s), laboratory setup and establishment and consulting to, among others, large energy, environmental consulting and metal industries in South Africa. From November 2011 to present, Dr Surridge was engaged as Centre Manager for the Renewable Energy Centre of Research and Development (RECORD) at the South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI).  This centre is mandated, through the government act (National Energy Act 2008, no. 34) that established SANEDI, to coordinate renewable energy research and development in South Africa. 

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
English
Solar GeneralResidentialCommercialIndustrialInstitutionalAgriculture
Request Karen Surridge South Africa
ExCo Member - South Africa
South Africa
All

Klaus Vajen

Professor, Director, University of Kassel

Klaus Vajen holds a PhD in applied physics and is currently director of the Institute of Thermal Engineering at the University of Kassel (DE). His scientific work focuses mainly on experimental and numerical investigations of (solar) thermal energy components and systems, especially for communities, district heating and industrial process heat, he is (co-)author of more than 300 scientific papers.  He founded and coordinates the master program "Renewable Energies and Energy Efficiency (re2)" at the University of Kassel as well as the European graduate school for PhD-students "Solar Energy Network (SolNet)".  Klaus is president of the International Solar Energy Society (ISES) since 2020. He is chair of the Solar World Congress 2011 and the Eurosun 2022.

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
German
English
IndustrialSpace HeatingDistrict Heating
Request Klaus Vajen Germany
ExCo Member - ISES

Wim van Helden

Department Lead, AEE INTEC

Wim van Helden studied Technical Physics and since 2014 he is working with AEE INTEC in Gleisdorf, Austria, where he is leading the department of Technology Development. He has long experience in leading national and international research and demonstration projects, developing large scale Thermal Energy Storage and compact Thermal Energy Storage. He is also board member of the European Technology and Innovation Platform on Renewable Heating and Cooling (RHC-ETIP) and member of the scientific committee of IRES, the International Renewable Energy Storage conference and from 2009, he is also leading three successive Tasks on Compact Thermal Energy Storage from the International Energy Agency IEA, Solar Heating and Cooling programme.

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Dutch
English
German
ResidentialIndustrialStorage
Request Wim van Helden Austria
Task Manager for Tasks 67 and 58, Expert in Task 42

Dengjia Wang

Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology

Dengjia Wang,PhD,professor and doctoral supervisor of Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology, China. Deputy Director of Solar Energy Building and Environment Center, leader of Youth Science and Technology Innovation team of Shaanxi Universities "Building energy saving and solar energy utilization", vice chairman of youth Committee of HVAC, honorary title of "Youth Changjiang Studies" of Ministry of Education. Shaanxi Youth Science and Technology Award (Shaanxi Youth Science and Technology Model). Shaanxi Youth Science and Technology Innovation Leader. First Prize of Science and Technology of Tibet Autonomous Region (ranked first). He has published over 150 refereed papers, including seven that received best paper awards, and several books.

ResidentialCommercialIndustrialSpace HeatingCoolingStorage
Request Dengjia Wang China
Task 55
China
Policy, Standards
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Mandarin
English

Hongwen Yu

Professor, Shandong Jianzhu University

Ph.D., professor, focused on the development and utilization of new energy systems. As the first inventor, he has authorized 19 Chinese invention patents and published more than 50 papers.

ResidentialIndustrialSpace HeatingPV/ThermalStorage
Request Hongwen Yu China
Standards
Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Mandarin
English

Tianqi Zhang

Lecturer, Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology

2006-2011,Bachelor of Architecture,XAUAT,China;  2011-2013,Master of Science in Urban Planning,UoM,UK;  2014-2020,PhD in Architecture Science,XAUAT,China

ResidentialIndustrialPV/ThermalSystem Performance
Request Tianqi Zhang China
China
Standards
Session Type(s)
Panel Discussion Participant
Language(s)
Mandarin
English

Xinyu Zhang

Director, China Academy of Building Research

I have been in the field on renewable energy and its application in buildings nearly 20 years.  I have completed the compiling work of National and international standard for solar thermal products.  I have participated research work for United Nation Develop Project, United Nation Foundation ,World Bank and MOST of China.  I am technical director of top testing body for solar energy systems performance  in China.  And also passive building ,super low energy consumption building and low carbon emissions building.

Session Type(s)
Individual Presentation
Panel Discussion Participant
Keynote Speech
Language(s)
Mandarin
English
CommercialIndustrialInstitutionalCollector PerformanceSystem Performance
Request Xinyu Zhang China
ExCo Member - China
China
Policy