Australian CleanTech facilitates and delivers Australian Clean Technology investments on behalf of both investors and project proponents. In addition, Australian CleanTech provides services to Government agencies to help stimulate jobs, investment and trade in the Cleantech industry. To deliver these services Australian CleanTech uses its extensive Cleantech research database.
CleanTek Market, based in Melbourne, Australia, is a global online clean technology marketplace, connecting companies with technology providers, investors, advisors and other market players. It seeks to accelerate the deployment of clean technologies by promoting clean technology investment, reducing transaction costs, connecting investors and advisors with early stage solution providers and encouraging dialogue among current and potential clean technology participants through its Cluster portal.
The Green Trade Project Office (GTPO) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs, R.O.C. was established in March 2011 to promote Taiwan’s green products and services, furthering Taiwan’s efforts in contributing to the green economy and global sustainable development.
The Taiwan Hsinzhu Green Industry Association was set up in Oct 2014 and is an industry association of companies in green industry in Taiwan aimed at promoting low carbon green economy.
New Ventures is a clean tech innovative centre that supports sustainable energy development to improve energy efficiency, renewable energy and impact investment, funded by World Resources Institute.
International University Innovation Alliance (IUIA) was established in early 2015 in Beijing supported by China Investment Promotion Agency of Ministry of Commerce, Torch, MOST and Beijing Financial Assets Exchange. IUIA promotes overseas incubation with top universities, incubators, research institutions globally and helps to accelerate the commercialization of research and innovative technologies of these companies via its own incubators, venture accelerators and National High-Tech Parks in China. The ultimate objective is to grow these companies for global market access.
Founded in 2010 in the U.S., International Green Economy Association (IGEA) is a non-governmental organization with a mission to promote sustainable development and Green Growth. Headquartered in Beijing, we are the gateway for foreign clean tech companies to China’s green business and environmental market. IGEA is part of the U.N. Global Compact Organization.
The Foundation of Taiwan Industry Service (FTIS), established in 1988, is a non-profit, non-governmental organization. The mission of FTIS is to help industries keep abreast of international trends and move towards economic and environmental sustainability. So far, hundreds of manufacturers and enterprises have benefited from FTIS’ professional service and have reached outstanding achievements on industrial safety, health and environment.
The Vietnam CIC, supported by World Bank, the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Australian Government, provides financing, training, and business advisory services to the growing number of clean energy and climate technology ventures.
Dawn Consulting is the regional coordinator for Climate Technology Initiative-Private Financing Advisory Network (CTI PFAN) and provides financial strategy and implementation support to early stage and established enterprises – they facilitate formation and transformation. These issues include determining business focus, choosing between alternate strategies, balancing of growth and profitability and cash flow support.
Beijing Keji Consulting and Ningxia CDM Service Centre, China
Founded in March 2003, Beijing Keji Consulting Ltd. provides CDM project development services for enterprises, institutions, and government organs. Ningxia climate technology transfer and finance is involve in the realization of cleantech Eco cities within China providing finance and technology support.
IPE Asia is an International Investment Management and Project Integration Company, serving businesses and industries across agriculture, energy, fishery, forestry, government, housing, infrastructure, manufacturing, mining, transportation.
Sino-Singapore Investment and Innovation Platform (SSIIP)
SSIIP is a boutique consultancy outfit located in Singapore specialized in assisting Chinese Business & HighTech Parks and their companies in attracting foreign capital investment by effectively promoting “foreign capital” and “talent recruitment” as well as to encourage qualified Chinese companies to invest abroad in order to implement the “going out” and “bringing in” two-way economic development strategy of China.
Xineng Greentech specializes in Technology Transfer and Energy Consulting services, encompassing project conceptualization, implementation, performance monitoring and improvement of projects. It also sponsors ASEES (Sino-Spanish Association for Energy and Sustainability) which aims to promote the exchange of knowledge and technology between Spain and China in the renewable energy sector.