Cleantech is a big field. Mention it to someone and it’s likely to elicit images of fields of solar panels or forests of wind turbines. 

But it’s a lot more than that. It encompasses technologies that reduce our negative impact on the environment by improving energy efficiency and using resources in a more sustainable way.

We’ve found a lot of activity in this area. Lots of startups are doing their part to mitigate the effects of pollution on the environment—and cashing in on the broad drive to reduce emissions. 

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Chris Udemans

Christopher Udemans is TechNode's former Shanghai-based data and graphics reporter. He covered Chinese artificial intelligence, mobility, cleantech, and cybersecurity.

Louis Hinnant

Louis Hinnant is an intern at TechNode. He's currently covering cleantech and mobility.