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Guangzhou and Singapore Jointly Promoting the Development of Energy and Climate Change Innovation and Financing Platform
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August 22, 2017

In 22 August 2017 Morning, the 8th Singapore-Guangdong Collaboration Council Meeting was held in Shangri-La Hotel, Guangzhou. In the meeting, the two sides signed eight memorandums and framework agreements on Knowledge City construction, software cooperation, economic and trade investment, new urbanization construction, education and training, energy construction etc. With the witness of Mr Wang Yikang, Minister of Education of Singapore (Higher Education and Skills) and The second minister of the Ministry of Defense, Mr Ma Xingrui, Governor of Guangdong province, Mr Li Wowen, Director of International Enterprise Development Bureau of Singapore, the two-party MOU was signed by Guangdong CCUS Centre (GDCCUSC) and Guangzhou Qizhi Industrial Park Development Co., Ltd.
As early as UK time on 14 June 2017 morning, with the witness of Mr Hu Chunhua, Secretary of Guangdong Provincial Party Committee, Mr Liu Xiaoming, Chinese Ambassador in the United Kingdom, Mr Greg Hands, British Minister of Trade and Investment, the five-party MOU was signed by following representatives: Mr Zhou Yawei, Chairman of Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City Administrative Committee, Mr Qiao Xubin, Deputy President of China Energy Engineering Group Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute Co., Ltd, Mr Tim Yeo, Chairman of New Silk Road Energy Ltd, during the activity of "China (Guangdong) - UK Economic and Trade Cooperation Conference". All participated parties are interested in establishing a Sino-British Energy and Climate Change Innovation and Financing Platform (SBECC) in Guangzhou to promote UK-China collaboration in energy and low-carbon technology research, the business of UK energy SMEs in China, to facilitate investment from China to the UK, and energy and low carbon education.
Since the signing of the five-party MOU, all parties have carried out many conversations for promoting the cooperation plan. The MOU signed by Guangdong CCUS Centre and Guangzhou Qizhi Industrial Park Development Co., Ltd will further promote the Sino-British Energy and Climate Change Innovation and Financing Platform (SBECC). (LinksChina)
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