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China's Commitment to Clean Technology

China has an enormous untapped potential in clean technology, and the government has recently realized these resources and is beginning to introduce measures to take advantage of that potential. 

Recent government decisions to include environmental quality key performance indicators (KPIs) as part of the evaluation criteria for political promotion indicates the importance of this subject to the national leadership. It is expected government action to increasingly align with the ambitious goals being set for improving the environment.

In tandem with the United States, China — the world’s largest carbon polluter — has already ratified the climate change agreement reached in Paris at the end of 2015. And by July 2017, China plans to launch a cap-and-trade system not unlike that between Ontario, Quebec and California. Ultimately, China anticipates spending $6.6 trillion to deliver on its climate change commitment. This creates a huge opportunity to make exporting climate change solutions — clean energy and other energy efficient, low-carbon technologies and services related to water, agriculture and urbanization - a priority in its trade with China.

Subsector Focus
  • Energy Generation

  • Energy Efficiency

  • Energy Storage

  • Alternative Fuels 

  • Pollution Control

  • Water Treatment

  • Waste Management

  • Recycling

What we look for
  • Proprietary IP

  • Product ready for commercialization

  • Potential product enhancement

  • Strong scientific team

  • Joint R&D