Kachan in VentureBeat
“China has positioned itself very well as the clean technology minerals leader. The rest of the world is years behind them. The U.S. has no commercial rare earth element refining operations. China effectively has a strangle hold on the rare earth elements needed for cleantech.”
Afghanistan’s lithium Eureka: A big win for China, or another Bolivia?, Jun 14, 2010
The keys for cleantech success are "be aware, be fair, and be there," according to Kachan & Co. survey of Chinese cleantech market insiders
Has mining company American Manganese indeed developed a less energy- and water-intensive way to produce manganese? Kachan report examines if so, and other implications for clean mining worldwide.
Kachan & Co. helped educate U.S. Senators and Members of Congress this week on alternative nuclear technologies
Venture investment expected to decline while corporate investment to increase; industries to watch to include agriculture, water, nuclear, renewable gas and marine power, company predicts
Breakthroughs intended to make nuclear power safer and cleaner are being commercialized in the U.S., Europe and elsewhere, but will take root first in China, finds a new report from Kachan & Co.
Kachan & Co. event in partnership with Ernst & Young introduced Canadian cleantech companies to Chinese investors and enterprises.
Applications about to close for Kachan & Co. event in partnership with Ernst & Young introducing Canadian Cleantech companies to Chinese industrialists and investors.
Vancouver, BC – July 29th, 2011 – Canadian clean technology companies seeking to expand their international business have until the end of next week to apply to join a trade mission to China this September. more