NEEC Partners

To be updated on the newest developments, opportunities, and challenges within NEEC’s members’ working areas, NEEC has partnered up with leading energy- and environment-related organizations in Norway and China.

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The Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA)

The Chinese Renewable Energy Industries Association (CREIA) was established in 2000 with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the State Economic and Trade Commission (SETC). It is the Renewable Energy Professional Division of the China Comprehensive Resource Utilization Association. Today it has over 200 members consisting of experts from the industry and academia.

CREIA promotes the adaptation of advanced technologies among renewable energy enterprises in China and supports rapid industrialization of the Chinese renewable energy sector. It also serves as a bridge between regulatory authorities, research institutes and industry professionals. CREIA also advises the Government of China on strategic policy formulation.

To read more about CREIA and its mission, please visit its website here.

Contact information

Address: A2106, Wuhua Plaza,

A4 Chegongzhuang Dajie,

Xicheng District, Beijing 100044, P.R.China

Tel: (+86-10)-68002617/18

China Association of Environmental Protection Industry

China Association of Environmental Protection Industry (CAEPI)

China Association of Environmental Protection Industry (CAEPI) connects over 10 000 environmental enterprises through provincial and municipal associations in China.

CAEPI provides information, consultation and platforms for environmental enterprises, and gives advice on how to seek and find projects and investment. CAEPI can also recommend suitable Chinese partners based on specific business needs.

To learn more, please visit its website here.

Contact information

Address: 503, Building A-4, Kouzhongbeili,

Xicheng District, Beijing, China 100037

Tel: 86-10-51555020


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The China Environment Chamber of Commerce (CECC)

The China Environment Chamber of Commerce (CECC)

The China Environment Chamber of Commerce (CECC) is a non-profit membership organization dealing with the management and improvement of environmental service industries in China, especially in water supply, wastewater treatment, solid waste, air pollution control, circular economy, and low-carbon economy. CECC aims to provide a platform for its members to share professional information and experience, and discuss critical issues regarding environmental technology and policy.


China New Energy Chamber of Commerce (CNECC)

China New Energy Chamber of Commerce (CNECC)’s mission is to encourage the sustainable development of the Chinese economy.

CNECC has more than 400 members which are made up of enterprises, groups and individuals from new energy and related industries such as solar energy, wind power, hydropower, biomass energy, Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project development, fuel cell research and development, and energy information consulting.

CNECC aims to assist its members with understanding the related rules, policies, incentives and opportunities of relevance to the Chinese new energy sector.

To learn more about CNECC, please visit its website here.

Contact information:

Address: Rm.1243, South Wing of Central Office Building, Zhuangsheng Square, 10 Xuanwumenwai Street, Xuanwu District, Beijing 100052, China.

Tel: 86 10-63100807

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The Guangdong Association of Environmental Protection Industry (GDEPI)

The Guangdong Association of Environmental Protection Industry (GDEPI) has over 500 members. GDEPI works together with government agencies, universities and research and development centers in developing environmental protection policies, while also promoting the establishment of a cleaner industry that balances economic development and a healthy environment in the Guangdong province.

To learn more about GDEPI, please visit its website here (NB, in Chinese).

Contact information:

Address: 363 Dongfeng Middle Rd, Yuexiu Qu, Guangzhou Shi, Guangdong Sheng, China, 510045

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Innovation Norway (IN)

Innovation Norway (IN) is the Norwegian government’s most important instrument for innovation and development of Norwegian enterprises and industry. IN is the Norwegian government’s official trade representative abroad and assists Norwegian businesses to grow and find new markets.

IN provides competence, advisory services, promotional services and network services to Norwegian enterprises. The marketing of Norway as a tourist destination is also considered one of the organizations important tasks.

Energy and Environment

The market for technologies within the Energy and Environment sector is rapidly expanding and Norwegian companies are well positioned to seize opportunities and market shares in this sector. IN can help to reduce the risks associated with the establishment of a business with innovative ideas and technologies, and increase their chances to succeed, both at home and abroad.

Please visit IN’s website here to learn more about its mission and services.

Contact information in China:

Address: The Royal Norwegian Embassy, 1 Dong Yi Jie San Li Tun 100600 Beijing

Tel: +86 10 8531 9600



The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (in Norwegian Næringslivets Hovedorganisasjon; NHO)

The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise is Norway’s major organisation for employers and the leading business lobby. They have about 24 000 + member companies, which range from small family-owned businesses to multinational companies in most sectors.

The Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise – NHO – is the leading voice of business and industry in Norway. Their main objective is to create and sustain conditions that secure the competitiveness and profitability of business and industry, and thereby maintain the basis for a good standard of living, sound economic growth and sustainable development.

To learn more about the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise, please visit its website here.

Contact information:

Visitors’ address: Næringslivets Hus, Middelthuns gate 27, Oslo, Norway

Tel: +47 23 08 80 00

Press contact: +47 480 22 800


The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs works to promote and safeguard Norway’s interests internationally. Norway’s interests are determined by such factors as its geographical location in a strategically important area, its open economy, its position as a coastal state and steward of substantial marine resources, and its extensive exports of oil and gas.

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China

In China the Ministry has four stations; the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Beijing; the Consulate General in Shanghai; the Consulate General in Guangzhou; and the Consulate in Hong Kong. In China the Ministry’s mission is to further enhance and promote the relations between Norway and China, in line with the Norwegian Government’s China Strategy and annual Work Plans.

The four foreign stations cover a wide range of activities, including political and business visits, political and economic reporting, promotion of economic co-operation and trade, co-operation within environmental protection, development cooperation programs and events to enhance cultural co-operation, consular work and visas. Innovation Norway and Norwegian Seafood Export Council are represented through the Embassy’s commercial section.

Contact Information:

Address: Royal Norwegian Embassy,

1 Dong Yi Jie San Li Tun 100600 Beijing

Tel: +86 10 8531 9600

Tel (when calling from Norway): +47 2395 6600



Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP)

Norwegian Energy Partners (NORWEP) is the result of a merger between INTSOK and Intpow in 2017.

NORWEP provides support to and promotion of the Norwegian energy industry, including both the oil and gas supply industry and the renewable energy sector.

It is a network-based organization that helps to facilitate dialogue between energy companies, technology suppliers, service companies, and the government.

NORWEP also has an extensive international network of industry contacts, and uses this to promote and facilitate information about Norwegian energy industry’s capabilities, technologies and competences to key clients in overseas markets and for providing market information to the partners.

Contact information

Hoffsveien 23, P.O. Box 631, Skøyen, N-0214 Oslo

Phone: (+47) 22 06 14 80



Vannklyngen (Clean Water Norway)

Vannklyngen (Clean Water Norway, CWN) is a water cluster with a goal to bring together businesses and organisations in the water sector under one network. CWN has over 50 members representing the most influential stakeholders within the Norwegian water sector and represents the entire value chain from subcontractors through system integrators, suppliers, consulting firms, to end-users.

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China- EU-Industrial and Commercial Investment Promotion Union (ECIPU)

In order to further strengthen the close cooperation between China and the EU in urbanization and industrial sustainable development, and promote the effective implementation of the Joint Declaration of China-EU Urbanization Partnership, the Investment Promotion Bureau of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, the China Center for Urban Development and the China Office of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) jointly formed the China- EU-Industrial and Commercial Investment Promotion Union (ECIPU). ECIPU works to mobilize bilateral investment promotion channels, resources and networks between China and the EU. It also aims to foster exchange and cooperation between domestic and international industrial parks, and to promote further development between Sino-EU urbanization cooperation.

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