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The start of a new five-year plan signals a new focus on the environment. Beijing has made it clear that controlling carbon emissions will be a focus in the next plan period, and we expect to see even biggest investments in technologies that address emissions, pollution, and other environmental challenges.
The In Focus: Cleantech premium newsletter is a deep dive into China’s push to clean up its environment with technology.
Companies are exploring ways to back their ambitious cleantech plans through methods such as green bonds, green VC and carbon markets.
China is building renewable energy fast. But to move to a green grid, it will also need energy storage.
Refire is one of the Chinese companies that stands to benefit most from China’s push for hydrogen. The company produces fuel cell systems for commercial vehicles.
As the government pushes carbon neutrality, venture capital firms are increasingly setting up cleantech funds to back novel companies
We wanted to give you a sense of the range of the field, so we’ve been tracking down Chinese cleantech companies that we think are interesting.
Ant Financial, JD Logistics most ambitious carbon cutters amid wave of new environmental plans from China’s tech giants.
For the next few months, we’ll be identifying promising cleantech technologies and companies, and looking into who is investing in the industry.
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