Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association
   Date:2009-11-25   

 

On the purpose of addressing the environmental problems caused by China's energy structure which primarily relies on coal, promoting the development and utilization of Renewable Energy and realizing sustainable development of economy and society, Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA) was set up in 2000 under the support of SETC/UNDP/GEF Project of Capacity Building for Rapid Commercialization of Renewable Energy in China. It obtained the formal registration from Ministry of Civil Affairs, China in March 2002 as a branch of China Comprehensive Resource Utilization Association (CCRUA). As an industrial association, it enjoys total independence over its programs and operations.

 

Since its establishment, CREIA has been serving as a window bringing together national and international project developers and investors, a bridge between regulatory authorities and the industry, and a network for enterprises, drawing together new and renewable energy experts on research & development, production, and sales, professionals and entrepreneurs to accelerate the development of Chinese Renewable Energy.

As an industrial association, CREIA has succeeded in attracting over 100 corporate members and about 160 individual members covering all the sub-sectors of Renewable Energy in China, such as Solar Thermal, Solar PV, Wind, Biomass (Biogas Plant), Bagasse, Hybrids, Geothermal, Small Hydro and Ocean energy.


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