with a free and open platform to showcase and market their technologies and systems
that address sustainability solutions across sectors in Greater China Region,
as well as to attract investment in Greater China’s leading cleantech markets.
A team of mission-driven enablers
China is aggressively driving hydrogen and fuel cell development recent years, which will advance tremendous opportunities for international companies in the sector. The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell trade mission will give global companies the knowledge and the contacts necessary to take their operation to the next level in China.
On November 11st to 15th, 2019, the U.S.-China Clean Tech Center (UCCTC) organized an international New Energy and New materials Business Delegation to visit China for a week of friendly and highly productive meetings and network building. The tour provided the delegation an opportunity to participate in one-on-one business talks and on-site visits in 5 cities of China.
The 2018 US-China Cleantech Summit, jointly hosted by the Guangdong Department of Commerce and the US-China Cleantech Center, was successfully held at the White Swan Hotel in Guangzhou on May 17th, 2018. The summit attracted over 400 participants representing the US and Chinese governments, professional organizations, Fortune 500 companies, and innovative tech companies.
On May 10, UCCTC hosted the U.S. China Cleantech Innovation Forum in Pasadena. Nearly 200 leaders from the Chinese and American business, government and technology sectors attended the forum, which provided a platform to share ideas and research, cultivate connections both in research and in investment and discuss policy in the field of renewable energy technology.
On Sep.11th 2015, UCCTC joint with International Trade Administration (China Team) of U.S. Department of Commerce, and China Association of Environmental Protection Industry (CAEPI) together hosted the Sino-U.S. Environmental Industry CEO B2B Event.
The 2015 US Clean Water CEO Trade Mission, organized by UCCTC and with support from the US Department of Commerce, wrapped up last week with successful visits to Wujin, Yixing, and Shanghai. The delegation consisted of Executives from several leading US water clean tech companies, including: BDP, Halosource, Origin Clear, Selecto and i2M.