CCTC Projects

CCTC is currently developing the Sunny Orient Sailing Harbour, Emerald Orient Eco-Community, and Silver Orient Magic City in Guangdong, and also participating in several other green real estate development projects in China and Canada.

Partially funded by the Canadian Federal Government under the Asia Pacific Partnership program, CCTC is building a demonstration center in Guangdong to showcase the application of ground source heat pump for air-conditioning and heating in the coastal region of South China.

Guangdong Jiangmen Sunny Orient CleanTech Eco-Community and Sailing Harbor

Located in Jiangmen Xinhui District’s Yinhu Sea Filling B Zone, the Sunny Orient project site occupies a total area of 2,230 Mu (372 Acres). It is right next to the Western Coastal Express Way of Guangdong Province, which connects to the Beijing-Zhuhai Express Way. The project site is within a 2-hour drive to Guangzhou, 45 minutes from the Macau border, and 2 hours from the Hong Kong International Airport once the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-MacauY-Shape bridge is completed in 2015.

Sunny Orient Sailing Harbor will be built based on innovative sustainable eco-community concepts, using advanced green building technologies, and practical, affordable clean energy and environmental technologies. It will combine tourism, sailing and water sports, eco-landscaping, cleantech demonstration, to present a low-carbon resort community that sets the standard for sustainable, eco-living.

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Canada China Low-Carbon Technology Demonstration Project in Kaiping of Jiangmen, Guangdong, China

Under a Contribution Agreement between the Government of Canada and Canada CleanTech Capital Inc. (CCTC), CCTC is undertaking a project in Jiangmen Municipality, Guangdong Province, China, to demonstrate the technological applicability and financial viability of geothermal heat pump applications in the coastal regions of South China. This project is also considered a Canada China Low Carbon Technology Demonstration Project by the local Chinese governments, with a contribution commitment of $400,000 from the Government of Canada. The local Chinese government (Kaiping City), and Canadian project partners (CCTC and Canada Menergy Corp.) also contribute financially and technologically into this project.

The project is currently underway, and will be completed by the end of 2010.

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About the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development & Climate

The Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate is an innovative new effort to accelerate the development and deployment of clean energy technologies. The Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate consists of seven partner countries that collectively account for more than half of the world’s economy, population, and energy use. The seven countries are working together to meet goals for energy security, air pollution reduction, and climate change.
While each of the Partners has different natural resource endowments, and sustainable development and energy strategies, Partners are already working together and will continue to work to achieve common goals. By building on the foundation of existing bilateral and multilateral initiatives, the Partners will enhance cooperation to meet both our increased energy needs and associated challenges, including those related to air pollution, energy security, and greenhouse gas intensities.

The Partners will collaborate to promote and create an enabling environment for the development, diffusion, deployment and transfer of existing and emerging cost-effective, cleaner technologies and practices, through concrete and substantial cooperation so as to achieve practical results. The Partners will also cooperate on the development, diffusion, deployment and transfer of longer-term transformational energy technologies that will promote economic growth while enabling significant reductions in greenhouse gas intensities. In addition, the Partners will share experiences in developing and implementing our national sustainable development and energy strategies, and explore opportunities to reduce the greenhouse gas intensities of our economies.

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