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Chinese Cleantech Market Report (May 2017)

China has emerged as both the world’s largest producer and consumer of clean technologies, while the country’s investment in clean technology and renewable energy has exceeded the combined total invested by Europe and the US. With a commitment to overcome pollution problems and peak carbon emissions, China will continue to invest in the next five years (RMB 17 trillion ~estimated €2.3trillion) generating market opportunities across a wide range of clean-tech sectors.

This demand has been recently validated in the EU Gateway to China CleanTech Mission, which took place on March 20th to 24th in Beijing in 2017. Over 260 Chinese companies registered, and more than 800 one on one business meetings arranged during the mission week. The programme covers wider topics such as healthcare is funded by the European Commission with the goal to help European companies enter China.  The PwC Luxemburg and China firms jointly operate it.

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It is a right timing for foreign companies with advanced solutions in cleantech to come to China. First of all, green growth comes across strongly as Chinese Government’s top priority. The 13th Five-Year-Plan set goals and plans for emissions reductions, ecological conservation including targets to reduce carbon and energy, and regulations to tackle air, water and soil problems. Secondly, the developed economies are growing relatively slow for example in waste management and air pollution as urban and industry development stabilized, whereas Chinese market demand is growing and has technology gap in many subsectors such as water, air monitor and control, new energy vehicle and waste management.

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Source: PwC China - GAI





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