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“The strong ‘country and industry’ support from the US Commercial Services team in Beijing along with the folks at the U.S.-China Cleantech Center (UCCTC) is nothing short of brilliant.”

– Tim Tangredi, DAIS Analytic

“UCCTC’s organization and presence in China is a force multiplier in terms of mitigating the challenges of access and understanding of policy makers, regulators, and prospective customers. As we enter the Chinese market for a diverse portfolio of products, UCCTC is an integral part of our strategy.”

– Mazzi Ghoddoussi, i2m

“I joined 2017 UCCTC’s NEV trade mission expecting to meet a dozen or so companies during the week.  In fact I had the opportunity to meet over 50 companies and get a view of the major Chinese centers, government focus and industrial players in my sector all within the short time of the trip.  The trip was very well organized and far exceeded my expectation.  The organizers did an amazing job of gathering very high level industrial and government representatives.  Highly recommended and appreciated.”

Afshin Partovi, CEO, Mojo Mobility 

“Ampaire’s recent trip to China was action-packed and highly suited for a fast-moving startup like ours. This is not a typical dog and pony show, but a chance to make great contacts with meetings and events from dawn to late evening daily. We’re very glad we got a chance to participate.”

Cory Combs, Co-Founder and CTO, Ampaire 

“We were honored to join UCCTC’s NEV trade mission in November 2017. We met the right business and political officials from Shanghai, Jiangsu province, and Guangdong province, and the trip was so efficient that we are now closely negotiating with Qingyuan city to set up a JV.  The JV being discussed will not be a simple factory, rather is will incorporate lithium-ion battery manufacturing, electric bus manufacturing, and a micro-grid. The JV will be fully funded by the local Chinese investor. We look forward to keeping you posted on the progress.”

Jack Tian, Executive Vice President and President of China Operations, EnerBlü

“The US-China Cleantech Trade Mission trip in November was a very successful trip for us.  The schedule was packed with a lot of engagements with China Clean Tech industries in Shanghai, Jiangsu and Guangdong.  Taking advantage of this opportunity, our company developed many leads during the trip, and we have started further information exchange which may lead to possible future collaborations in China market.”

Yuan Dao, Ph.D., General Manager, Elite Power Solutions

“Participants had a full agenda for more than a week in several regions, both mature and emerging, across China with many credible B2B interaction arranged at each stop. This mission was worth the investment from several perspectives. ”

James S. Burns, Ph.D., VP and CSO, TransPower

“The trade mission was very well organized, broadly attended and very efficient. Delegates were provided a wide-reaching view of opportunities in China and gained a variety of governmental, financial, and business contacts with whom to cooperate.”

Preston Roper, Chief Marketing & Operating Officer, eMotorWerks

“Participating in the trade mission was a fantastic opportunity that allowed our small Atlanta company to meet with many Chinese companies and government officials in a short period of time. The matchmaking opportunities in each city was a great way to find people that wanted to talk to us. The UCCTC staff was tremendously helpful and made the trip so much more smooth and enjoyable. The VIP treatment that we got was special and probably not available in many other places. Please sign us up for the next one!”

Les Seagraves, VP Product & Legal, Wheego Technologies

“The Energy Efficiency Trade Mission to China was a wonderful opportunity to both further California’s energy policies…and also to help develop business opportunities for California energy firms. The trade mission organizers [UCCTC] handled the myriad logistical details smoothly. We covered a lot of ground and made numerous contacts —all things that will help further cooperation between China and California.”

– Robert Weisenmiller, Chair of the California Energy Commission

All of us at the Institute of Clean Air Companies want to thank UCCTC for your excellent organization of the U.S. China Environmental B2B Matchmaking Meetings last week in Pasadena, and we were pleased to be a part of it. You had to work under difficult circumstances and short time frame to make it happen. All of the staff was pleasant and professional and I know that I was happy with the discussions I had.

– Stan Mack, BASF

“Thanks to UCCTC, Wisconsin companies have been effectively connected to influential China partners and expanded market opportunities. We most highly recommend the UCCTC.”

– Beng Yeap, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

“The Trade Mission was my first opportunity to visit China and get a deeper understanding of their needs and opportunities. What I learned on the trip was extraordinarily valuable for my work in California and for the businesses in my district that are eager to engage more with the Chinese market. It was a pleasure to work with the organizers that helped make this mission a success. I am looking forward to our continued cooperation.”

– Mark Stone, California Assembly member (29th District)