Euro China Technology Transfer AB
About Euro China Technology Transfer
China is looking for technology investments including production and future export opportunities. European companies have a large portfolio of technologies and inventions ready for financing, market entry and growth.
The vision is to become the natural link between European technology and Chinese investors by commercializing on the power of the Chinese market and new technologies for the future benefit of owners, partners and other connected parties.
The overall business idea is that Euro China Technology Transfer will act as a commercializer of state of the art technologies and inventions by bringing them to the Chinese market for growth and profitability.
Wind Power reaches 539GW
All wind turbines installed by end of 2017 can cover more than 5% of the global electricity demand. For many countries, wind power has become a pillar in their strategies to phase out fossil and nuclear energy.
In 2017, Denmark set a new world record with 43% of its power coming from wind. An increasing number of countries have reached... link
Is Europe the key for Chinas turbine export
China has been looking to export wind power for almost ten years and one of the biggest challenges is that there is no track record of Chinese manufacturers in the same way that we can expect from their international competitors. How can China solve this problem...
Teslas problems in China
More than seven months after Tesla said it was working with Shanghai's government to explore assembling cars, an agreement hasn't been finalized because the two sides disagree on the ownership structure.
China's central government says the plant must be a joint venture with local partners, while Tesla wants to own the factory completely. link
ECTT signs frame work agreement for South America
ECTT has signed a 4,4 billion usd project finance frame agreement with ICBC. The projects are within the green energy sector and are all in South America.
The first phase is seven projects in both hydro power and wind power and financial close is expected in 2017.
Statkraft drops offshore, focuses on land based wind
Statkraft has signed an agreement under which a consortium led by China Resources (Holdings) Company Ltd acquires Statkraft’s shareholding in Dudgeon for £555 million.
With this agreement Statkraft will now focus on other renewables like hydropower, onshore wind, solar, district heating and other new renewable energy technologies.
ECTT arranges the funding of a 250 MW wind farm in Mongolia
The flat landscape and the strong winds makes Mongolia ideal for big wind farm projects. Since 2012 ECTT has been involved in arranging financing and equity for the largest wind farm in Mongolia. The project will be in two phases, the first one, 102 MW, will generate over 400 GWh of electricity for the state grid. Full construction is scheduled to start early 2018.
New HQ in Stockholm
Since the start of the new year ECTTs head office is now located in Stockholm. After six years in the southern part of Sweden it was time for our projects and people to move to Stockholm, the Capital of Scandinavia, and the beautiful northern part of Djurgården.
Grythundsgatan 6, 115 47
Agreement with Red Cardinal
On October 9, 2015, ECTT entered into an agreement with Red Cardinal Holdings for a technology transfer licencing opportunity for its clean coal technology, IP manufacturing, as well as its Sino-American International Trade Center land development in Houston Texas.
Although details of the agreement remain confidential, the total value of the transaction stands at 9.5 B US.
Hans Svensson - CEO - Founder
Gustaf Svensson - Controller/Project Manager - Co-Founder
HODO Capital - Beijing , China
Emerge Capital Group - Beijing China
Mr Lennart Söderberg - Sweden - Former Head of Handelsbanken Capital Markets, CEO of Handelsbanken Liv and several management positions in Handelsbanken
Mr Jan-Erik Dantoft - Sweden - Former Chief Technical Officer at Haldex and Vice President Sandvik Materials Technologies
Mr Bo Hedenström - Sweden - Senior advisor
Mr Andrew Chen - Beijing China
Mr Huang Yonghe - Chief Researcher, China Automotive Technology and Research Center (CATARC) - Tianjin, China
Mr Xie Wenze - Senior Consultant to China Central Government for Latin Americas - Beijing China
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