with a free and open platform to showcase and market their technologies and systems
that address sustainability solutions across sectors in China,
as well as to attract investment in China’s leading cleantech markets.
A team of mission-driven enablers
The 2017 US-China Cleantech Summit, hosted by UCCTC, was successfully held in Zhengzhou from December 7 to December 8, 2017. The 400+ person event featured the trade delegation of 19 US cleantech companies recruited by UCCTC, who spoke and presented at the Summit.
This past November 6th-10th, the US-China Clean Tech Center organized the first New Energy Vehicle (NEV) Trade Mission to China from the US, since China declared an imminent ban on diesel and gas vehicles. The mission took place in Shanghai, Jiangsu, and Guangdong.
In order to promote environmental technologies and industrial cooperation between China and U.S, Foreign Environment Cooperation Office at Ministry of Environmental Protection of China and UCCTC officially signed a MOU on June.20th in Beijing.
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.