U.S.-China Green Fund

China is committed to deploying cutting-edge technologies to reduce energy use and carbon emissions. The U.S.-China Green Fund, previously known as the U.S.-China Building Energy Efficiency and Green Development Fund, a public-private partnership established in 2015 with the help of the Paulson Institute, aims to provide financing to bring U.S. technologies to bear in the fight against pollution in China.

The Fund also serves as a model for funding crucial clean-tech investment. In June 2016, the Fund signed letters of intent for its first investment projects, in cooperation with the municipal governments of Zhenjiang, in Jiangsu province, and Zhangjiakou, in Hebei province.

The Paulson Institute serves as a non-commercial advisor to the Fund, which is committed to promoting green development to reduce carbon emissions that lead to climate change.

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U.S.-China Green Fund CEO names the next big thing for ‘green’ tech (March 19, 2018)

Henny Sender: Don’t write off green investing in China (January 11, 2018)

U.S.-China Green Fund Invests RMB 500 million into Huitongda to Greenergize China’s Rural Market (December 22, 2017)

U.S.-China Green Fund Celebrates One-Year Anniversary (November 15, 2017)

WL Ross & Co., China Baowu Steel Group, U.S.-China Green Fund and China Merchants Group to Form a Strategic Partnership to Invest in the Chinese Steel Sector (April 8, 2017)

Building Energy Efficiency and Green Development Fund Launches First Projects (June 16, 2016)

Paulson Institute and Chinese Government Convene Roundtable on U.S.-China Green Building Energy Efficiency and Green Development Fund (April 20, 2016)