On July 28, 2021, Jason Reeve and Maxim Berdichevsky, Commercial Counsellor of the Canadian Embassy in China, led a 13-member delegation from the Commercial Office, Canada Wood and Caden International to visit the Secretariat of the Green Partnership of Industrial Parks in China (hereinafter referred to as "the GPIPC Secretariat") to exchange and communicate with them on Canada's advantages in the field of low-carbon clean technology, market application cases and related cooperation needs. Director Song Yuyan of the GPIPC Secretariat attended the reception.
At the meeting, Zhao Mengxue, Second Secretary and Commercial Attaché of the Commercial Section of the Canadian Embassy in China gave a brief introduction of Canada's technological advantages in green building, carbon capture and storage, hydrogen energy, etc., and expressed that in the context of the global response to climate change, China has very broad market application prospects in the technology mentioned above applications. Canadian technology enterprises hope to have the opportunity to develop technical and commercial Canadian technology companies hope to have the opportunity to cooperate with China on a technical and commercial level. In addition, Canada Wood and Caden International also shared their technical products and application cases on wood structure carbon reduction and new green waterproofing materials, respectively.
Mrs. Song Yuyan, Director of the Tianjin TEDA Low Carbon Economy Promotion Centre, and other relevant officials gave a presentation on the background of the establishment of the TEDA Low Carbon Economy Promotion Centre, the work related to energy saving and carbon reduction carried out for industrial parks and industrial enterprises since becoming the secretariat of the Green Partnership of Industrial Parks in China in 2016, and the upcoming 2nd "Green Innovation Cup" Green Technology Innovation Competition to be held in 2021. Mrs. Song introduced the second Green Innovation Competition to be held in 2021. Director Song said that the GPIPC Secretariat, as the Tianjin International Clean Technology Transfer Centre, would take this visit as an opportunity to collect outstanding energy-saving and environmental protection technologies from Canadian enterprises. We welcome Canadian technology companies to further deepen their understanding of China's industrial parks through participating in the Green Innovation Competition and strive to promote practical cooperation at the technology and application levels.