|Frost & Sullivan Research Service||Published: 29 Mar 2012|
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Clean and Greentech in China: Funding Analysis provides a technology snapshot of the current clean and green technologies, an assessment of funding activities by industry (both corporate and institutional), industry challenges, as well as strategic insights into the green energy industry in China. In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following technologies: solar, wind, clean coal, biomass, hydro, and smart grid.
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China's 12th Five Year Plan Focuses on Generating Clean Energy
According to China's 12th Five Year Plan (2011-2015), the country's new national development strategy is to emphasize energy efficiency, clean and green technologies, and sustainable development. To implement these plans, the federal government is offering substantial funding and support through the New Development Reform Commission (NDRC), Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), and National Energy Administration (NEA). Owing to the priority accorded to clean technologies, wind, hydro, biomass and smart grid energies are emerging as popular alternatives to traditional energy resources. Wind farms have mushroomed over the last two years and foreign stakeholders are making active efforts to enter the market.
Although foreign investments in clean and green technologies from both venture capital and private equity are on the rise, they are facing some difficulty in entering the market. This is compelling them to sign joint ventures with local companies. "Partnering at the earlier stages with experienced engineering/design partners that are aware of the market's dynamics will enable the foreign investor to introduce relevant technologies/products and arrive at suitable cost estimates," says the analyst of this research.
The solar sector continues to attract a large number of overseas investors, as China has been a major participant globally, with its established markets and policies. The Government aims to utilize solar PV to power remote regions and for industrial purposes. It will be particularly keen to develop grid-connected PV systems so they can bolster the renewable energy power infrastructure. Solar PV can provide hundreds of millions of kilowatts of power, and can become an important resource, in line with the government’s strategic energy replacement plan.
The following technologies are covered in this research:
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|Table Of Contents|
1. Executive Summary
1.1 Scope of Research
1.2 Research Methodology
2. Key Findings
3. Technology Snapshot
3.1 Introduction–China’s Twelfth Five-Year Plan
3.2 Clean and Green Technology Overview
3.3 Impact of Drivers and Challenges
3.4 Emerging Technology Roadmap
4. Sectoral Analysis
4.1 Government Grants and Stimulus Funding
4.2 Role of Technology Parks in China
4.3 GAP Analysis: Need for Funding
5. Assessment of Investor Ecosystems
5.1 Overview of Investor Ecosystem in China
5.2 Investment Networks and Recent Investment Scenario
5.3 Governmental Policies in Favor of Clean and Green Technologies
5.4 Technology Incubators/Corporate Incubator Support
5.5 Key Highlights from Technology Incubators/Corporate Incubator Support
5.6 Key Inference of Funding Sources
6. Analyst Insights and Recommendations
6.1 Investment Prospects for Investors
6.2 Opportunity Evaluation for Investors
6.3 Smart Scouting and Procurement Strategies for Developers
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