Since the elevation of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Coordinated Development to one of China’s national level strategic initiatives in 2014, much progress has been made to integrate the three regions.
China-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City
Since the groundbreaking in 2008, the China-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City has achieved a critical mass of over 130,000 people and 28,000 business entities. With attractive market-oriented policies, strong support from the authorities, and a clear vision to build a green, smart urban economy, the Eco-City is a template for other cities with similar aspirations to become a modern urban city.
|28,000 business entities||Gateway to North China with
>130 million consumers
The Eco-City has attracted numerous prominent companies from a wide range of industries. These include: Huawei, Tencent, Toyota, GLP, Keppel, Surbana-Jurong, Sunseap, Didi Chuxing, JD.com, Meituan, Alibaba Pictures and Momo.
|China’s 1st National Green Development Demonstration Zone
Granted by China State Council, the NGDDZ provides the Eco-City with directives and preferential policies in areas including urban and environmental management.
|China’s 1st Batch of Smart City Pilot Zones
Granted by China Ministry of Housing and Urban Rural Development, this provides the Eco-City with more supporting policies to realise smart urban planning and utilisation of resources.
|China’s 1st Renewable Energy Building Demonstration City
Granted by China Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, the Eco-City receives subsidies for projects promoting PV Solar Cells.
|China’s 1st Batch of Photovoltaic Concentrated Utilisation Demonstration Zone
Granted by China National Energy Administration, it calls for further development and integration of solar and geothermal energy in the Eco-City.
|China’s Sponge City Pilot City
Granted by China Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and the Ministry of Water Resources, it is a validation of the Eco-City’s infrastructure towards urban runoff.
|The Eco-City was among the first cities in China to launch 5G network
The Eco-City will be among the first Chinese cities to test 5G connections, the next-generation underlying infrastructure for smart cities.