VA3

Voluntary public-private partnerships: Improving energy-efficiency and environmental performance of Chinese SMEs and large companies

The project aims to broaden the voluntary PPPs on sustainable development from large companies to SMEs. This widening to a large number of SMEs has to be facilitated by Chinese SME associations and will take into account EU SME best practices.

The overall objective is scaling up SCP practices facilitated by voluntary PPPs throughout China and thereby contributing significantly to the mitigation of climate change.

The specific objective is to improve energy and resource efficiency in the SME sectors of laundry & dyeing and textile as well as large companies in Nanjing, Jingzhou and five other Chinese mega cities through creation of organisational, financial and policy support at local and national levels by scaling up successful SCP practices by means of voluntary PPPs from large companies to SMEs aimed at reduction of emissions and energy consumption beyond 12th Five-Year-Plan (FYP) targets. In 2015 an annual energy saving of 100.

The project's target area: Beijing, Nanjing, Jingzhou and other interested mega-cities like Jinan, Hangzhou, Xian, Baoding and Tianjin

Duration: 1/2012 - 12/2015

Total budget: EUR 1,942,233 (EU Contribution: 80%)

Contact

Erik ter Avest
Agentschap NL

Croeselaan 15,

P.O. Box 8242,
3503 RE UTRECHT
The Netherlands

Erik.terAvest@agentschapnl.nl

www.va3china.com

Agentschap NL (NL Agency) Agentschap NL (NL Agency)
is the lead applicant of the project. NL Agency has overall responsibility for the action co-ordination and management,
with full support and participation of all partners.
Nanjing Environmental Protection Bureau (NJEPB) Nanjing Environmental Protection Bureau (NJEPB)
has more than 30 years experience on formulation and implementation of urban environmental policies and has experienced the added values of PPPs on SCP. NJEPB's role in the project is to participate in most activities, playing leading role in local networ
Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture (BJUCEA) Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture (BJUCEA)
has more than 75 years experiences on education, training, consultancy in industrial environmental policies and management as well as environmental impact assessment of SME projects. In the project, BJUCEA plays a supportive role in training, facilitating
Energy Research Institute (ERI) Energy Research Institute (ERI)
has more than 20 years co-operation with the lead applicant in the fields of energy, environment, CDM and capacity building. ERI plays leading role among Chinese partners and has important role in training, toolbox development, monitoring and evaluation,
Nanjing Commerce and Trade Bureau (NJCTB) Nanjing Commerce and Trade Bureau (NJCTB)
has experts with broad experience in the field of SMEs management and sustainable economic growth, resource- and energy-efficiency related policies and implementation of these policies at local scale. NJCTB involves in leading local workshops, training SM
Jingzhou Environmental Protection Bureau (JZEPB) Jingzhou Environmental Protection Bureau (JZEPB)
was one of the partners of EC Asia Pro Eco II project on China’s hazardous waste management and information system. In the project, JZEPB plays leading role in training, EE&ERPS, target setting, monitoring and benchmarking, providing PPP incentives and
International Committee on Textile Care (CINET) International Committee on Textile Care (CINET)
is an international umbrella organisation for the dry cleaning and laundry industry to consumer and business to business (SMEs) all over the world. CINET participates in most activities, plays leading role in networking, internal and external roles of Chi
Nanjing Laundry and Dyeing Industrial Association (NJLDIA) Nanjing Laundry and Dyeing Industrial Association (NJLDIA)
has received all outcomes of the successfully completed EC Asia Pro Eco I+II projects. In the project, NJLDIA plays role in PPP target setting and EE&ERPS training, signing and implementing PPPs and responsible for communication and advice on PPP facilita
Jingzhou Textile Association (JZTA) Jingzhou Textile Association (JZTA)
has more than 20 years experiences in pollution control, environmental management and networking experience in textile sector. JZTA plays role in PPP target setting and EE&ERPS training, signing and implementing PPPs and responsible for communication and
Impact sheet Voluntary PPP's Impact sheet Voluntary PPP's

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"Grasping opportunities through PPP on sustainability"

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