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February 2016: Flat Month Restores Calm to Cleantech in China
February 2016: Flat Month Restores Calm to Cleantech in China
Sydney, Mar 20, 2016 AEST (ABN Newswire) - The China CleanTech Index outperformed two of its four benchmarks for the month of February 2016 and recorded a loss of 0.6%.

The best performing sub-indices for the month were the China Storage Index with a 2.2% gain and the China Waste Index with a 1.9% gain. The two weakest sub-indices through February were the China Hydro Index with 4.1% loss and the China Wind Index with a 3.0% loss.

The month saw gains from 13 companies of more than 15%. The greatest percentage gains were recorded by China Energy Recovery (CGYV), China Energine International (1185.HK) and Comtec Solar Systems Group (0712.HK).

The market capitalisation of the 162 stocks in the China CleanTech Index is RMB 1.6 trillion (US$245 billion).

China & Environment Provides Strong Investment Thesis

The combined investment themes of China and environment provide a compelling case for investment. The sector remains volatile as it matures and reacts to environmental and industry development policy shifts. The quality and scale of the companies included in the sector varies widely and strong research into both sub-sectors and companies is essential before committing to the sector. However, the cleantech sector in China presents a very strong medium term investment thesis and the China CleanTech Index provides the first level of data to enable informed investment decisions to be made.

For information on the China Cleantech Index profile and the constituents of the China Cleantech 20, see the reports available at

To view the report, please visit:

About Sino CleanTech

Sino CleanTechSino CleanTech publishes the China CleanTech Index and facilitates Chinese Cleantech investments and provides services to Government agencies across Asia to help stimulate investment in the Cleantech industry. These investments include looking at listed cleantech stocks and direct investment into projects and companies. Sino Cleantech is active in facilitating:

- Investment from Chinese investors into cleantech in both China and internationally; and

- Investment from international investors into the Chinese cleantech market.

Please contact us if you are looking for funding or seeking investments.



John O'Brien
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Australian CleanTech
Sino CleanTech

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