Partnerships

Secretary Clinton with the new 2011 EcoPartners

Getting selected as an EcoPartnership is a significant achievement and honor. Benefits include:

  • Direct access to the vast expertise and resources of the Secretariat to vet your custom-tailored Implementation Plan
  • Prominent international recognition as a leader in innovative energy and environmental activity
  • Regular interaction with a select cohort of peers that are pursuing pilot projects across the U.S. and China

EcoPartnerships Map View

Explore how the EcoPartnerships program has expanded across the U.S. creating state and local level action on energy and the environment.

EcoPartnerships Table View

There have been three rounds of EcoPartnerships in 2008, 2011, and 2012.

2008
Partnership Focus Areas
Denver - Ford - Chongqing - Chang'an Motors Clean and Efficient Transportation
Energy Future Holdings - Huadian Clean, Efficient, and Secure Electricity
Floating Windfarms - Caofeidian Clean, Efficient, and Secure Electricity
Greensburg - Mianzhu Energy Efficiency
Seattle - Dalian Clean Water; Energy Efficiency
Tulane - East China Normal University Protected Areas/Nature Reserves; Wetlands Conservation
Wichita-Wuxi Clean Air; Clean Water
2011
Partnership Focus Areas
Case Western - CNOOC New Energy Clean and Efficient Transportation
Center for Climate Strategies and Global Environment Institute Energy Efficiency
Duke Energy-Charlotte-ENN-Langfang Clean, Efficient, and Secure Electricity; Energy Efficiency
Purdue – CAS Clean Water
US and China Business Councils for Sustainable Development Energy Efficiency
Utah-Qinghai Clean Water; Energy Efficiency
2012
Partnership Focus Areas
Columbus/Franklin County-Hefei Clean and Efficient Transportation; Clean Water; Energy Efficiency; Wetlands Conservation
ICMA China Center - CUPL Clean Air; Clean Water
Mississippi River - Yangtze River Protected Areas/Nature Reserves; Wetlands Conservation
Portland - Kunming Energy Efficiency
UCLA - Peking University Clean, Efficient, and Secure Electricity
2013
Partnership Focus Areas
CocaCola-YRD–CEIT: Sustainable Bio-Plastics Clean Air
ISC-NCSC: Low-Carbon Urban Development Clean Air; Clean and Efficient Transportation; Energy Efficiency
NRDC-BEEC: Beijing Demand Side Management Energy Efficiency
NYIT-PKU: Clean Water Management Clean Water
RRR-GZICCEP: Coal Mine Methane EcoPartnership Clean Air; Clean and Efficient Transportation; Clean, Efficient, and Secure Electricity; Energy Efficiency
SBU-Tongji Innovative Biogas Management Clean Air; Clean and Efficient Transportation; Clean, Efficient, and Secure Electricity; Energy Efficiency
2014
Partnership Focus Areas
EDF-SCDF Incorporating Mobile Sources into Shenzhen’s Carbon Trading System Clean Air; Clean and Efficient Transportation
GE-Harbin Advanced High Efficiency, Low-emissions Gas Turbine Combined Cycle Clean Air; Clean, Efficient, and Secure Electricity; Energy Efficiency
LBL-SAS Low Carbon Eco-city Development in Shandong Province Clean Air; Clean Water; Energy Efficiency
Philadelphia-Tianjin/TEDA Urban Clean Energy Infrastructures Clean, Efficient, and Secure Electricity; Clean Water; Energy Efficiency
PoLA-SMTC EcoPartnership on Shore Power Clean Air
Sapphire-SINOPEC Producing Green Algae Crude Oil Clean Air