US-China Clean Energy Research Center

Founding Year: 2009

Staff: 4


 Nan Zhou (Director) and Diana E. Hun (Deputy Director)

A partnership between the Chinese National Energy Agency and the United States Department of Energy. It aims to achieve large-scale adoption of low energy buildings across both the U.S. and China by “providing a supportive platform for collaborative research, protecting intellectual property, and encouraging top scientists and engineers in both countries to join forces.”

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US-China Clean Energy Research Center contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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