Green Technology Bank

Green Technology Bank (GTB), a key initiative launched in 2016 by China’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and the Municipal Government of Shanghai, focuses on boosting green technologies and green finance to meet the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Climate Change Agreement.

GTB is committed to the following aims:

1) Foster green technology innovation

2) Facilitate information flow, technology transfer and industrial application

3) Design financial mechanism and innovate financing tools for green technology

4) Engage public and private funds to support green projects

GTB & SDGs
On 19 September 2016, China’s Premier Li Keqiang released China’s National Plan on Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, thereby suggesting a will to establish a technology bank, to reaffirm its commitment to the seventeen sustainable development goals (SDGs).

To meet the goals, GTB aims to facilitate innovation on advanced green technologies, scale up low-carbon solutions for environmental challenges, promote transfers of green technology in developing countries and provide financial support for green development. GTB also actively participates in promoting Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) and South-South cooperation, supporting sustainable development and climate actions of developing countries and within China.

GTB & BRI

Further, GTB functions as a solution to boost green development of the BRI, wherein a vision pertaining to green, low-carbon, circular and sustainable solutions is shared, as declared in the 2nd International BRI Summit held on 27 April 2019. As indicated by the said summit, BRI aims to build consensus regarding green development and increase mutual understanding as well as support between governments, enterprises and citizens of the BRI countries. GTB closely adheres to the national strategy and pursues the ultimate mission by focusing on green technology transfer, industrial application, green finance and international cooperation.

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee comprises the top-level leadership constituted by China’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), the Municipal Government of Shanghai as well as the central government ministries and commissions.

Administration Centre

The Administration Centre is operated by the Shanghai Science and Technology Exchange Centre, which is an extended arm of the Steering Committee. It supervises the development of and coordination between the said ministries and departments, in addition to providing general publicity.

Green Technology Bank Co., Ltd
and other major stakeholders
This initiative is operated by a market-oriented corporate, Green Technology Bank Co., Ltd, in collaboration with major market participants, including several banks, funds, institutions for technology transfer as well as evaluation and information services.

GTB Co., Ltd.

Green Technology Bank Co., Ltd (GTB Co., Ltd) is a market-driven operating entity of the Initiative, which is a corridor of networks to bridge green technologies with green financial services.

The board operates and makes independent decisions based on commercial assessment.

CEO is appointed and responsible for day-to-day operation, subject to and in accordance with the policies determined by the board.

Team members

We have a world-class team of experts and industrial professionals who has over 30 years of experience regarding the green businesses, technology transfer, green finance, green technology incubation and marketing. Moreover, this team is joined by young talents from Stanford, Tsinghua, Tongji, Duke and other well-known universities. We trust our team to be professional, efficient and diverse in matters concerning industry knowledge, in-depth research and creativity.

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