CleanTech Alliance entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with
representatives from the businesses and government of Taiwan on Monday, August 28, 2017. It was the first international CleanTech Alliance MOU, executed by Board Vice Chair Craig Husa, CEO of SuperCritical Technologies.
The agreement calls for all parties to strengthen cooperation within a framework of partnership and to establish a strong and reliable platform for industrial cooperation matching strategic partners and create alliances for industrial cooperation and investment. It specifically notes the sectors of both cleantech and green energy.
Parties to the agreement from Taiwan include both industry and government. Signatories were Nexcom, SINBON Electronics, Gotech Energy, and the Taiwan-USA Industrial Cooperation Promotion Office (TUSA) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan.
Attending the signing ceremony and dinner at the Rainier Club in Seattle from the CleanTech Alliance board were Stephanie Wright of the Snohomish County Council, Aaron Block of Allumia, John Kane of Kane Environmental, Thom Kroon of Thomas James International, as well as Vice Chair Craig Husa.
“Our mission,” said CleanTech Alliance President & CEO Tom Ranken, “is to help our members be successful. There are great people and great technology that is abundant in Taiwan and we are hopeful that this agreement will be the beginning of new collaborations that will benefit all of us.”
The Trade Development Alliance of Greater Seattle was key to establishing this agreement.