Green technology is key to most businesses’ growth in the next five years
Green Technology is key to most businesses’ growth in the next five years. Chinese Green Technology has been developing rapidly, given consumers and government demands to reduce China's high pollution levels.
Green technology is key to most businesses’ growth in the next five years.
The development of Green Technology is starting to give greater efficiencies, reduce costs, and increase productivity, i.e., electric vehicles; greatly reduced operating costs, greatly improved performance, and improved safety.
We believe Green Technology should give you more, not less.
Continue the Industrial Revolution
Our definition of Green Technology is the development of products and services to increase productivity and returns while reducing and replacing the use of products and practices damaging the health of our planet; its contains and its plants, animals and people.
The process that started in the Industrial Revolution in the mid-18th century with the use of fossil fuels is now holding us back. The development and use of new technologies will see the next decade as important to world development as the Industrial Revolution in the mid-18th century.
New developments each week
Keeping up with Green Technology developments is difficult, given the high levels of investment in producing new approaches and products monthly. i.e., Car batteries; general thinking is that they need rare metals, lithium and cobalt. This year (2023) saw lithium-ion car batteries replaced by sodium-ion batteries, removing the need for lithium and cobalt.
The issue for businesses and consumers is knowing which technology will give the greatest return on investment.
China is developing and deploying green technology
China has some of the highest pollution levels in the world. This has driven the development and adoption of Green Technologies. The advantage Chinese businesses have over many parts of the world is its large domestic consumer market. This consumer market is demanding changes for a reduction in pollution levels, leading to high levels of investment and the development of Green Technology.
China does not have more Green Technology developers than the rest of the world. Using Sodium-ion batteries as an example, Sodium-ion batteries are being developed in many countries worldwide. China has the world's largest electrical car and battery industry. Therefore, the development of the replacement of lithium-ion batteries had the investment and the largest local market in the world.
Access to China has access to Chinese green technology
Access to China Chinese staff has followed Green Technology's development in China over the last five years. Our access to Chinese databases contains many listings of many developments and products. If you are looking for Green Technology developments and products, please contact us; what you are looking for could be already available.