Utah Leads the Way in EcoPartnership Program
by Joel Carson
I’m so proud of Utah I could burst. It’s great to live in a state that has assumed a leadership position in so many critical international initiatives.
When you purchase a Utah home, you are purchasing a lifestyle and an attitude that will carry on for generations raised in a forward-thinking, innovative environment. The reason for my most recent joyful expression? It’s the expansion of a United States and China EcoPartnership promoted by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Xie Zhenhua, Vice Chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) of the People’s Republic of China.
It’s not as complicated as it sounds, really. Utah has deep ties to China thanks to multiple chambers of commerce sponsoring travel of hundreds of business delegates to the country and thanks to our ties to former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, Jr.
There are seven formal partners to date. These partners are sharing best practices on:
Utah partnered with Qinghai Province of China. Recently six other EcoPartnerships were formed around the country. Partnerships with ties to Utah include Cosmas, Inc. of Springville, Utah. Cosmas was the recipient of two years of critical funding through the Centers of Excellence program, now called the Technology Commercialization and Innovation Program (TCIP). COE/TCIP is run by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, according to a press release recently issued by GOED.
The EcoPartnership will rely on the unique strengths of each partner to develop new research, new technologies, and new green jobs.
The awesome Utah-Qinghai partnership is the basis for the development of green technology and will include academic institutions as well as several local companies including the Utah Clearn Tech Alliance made up of Andigen, AD Technologies, Cosmas, and Ceramatec.
I am a huge proponent of sharing resources to accomplish a common cause and I congratulate Utah leaders for their hard work in forming deep, meaningful global relationships.
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