The Hefei National High-tech Industry Development Zone's pilot program for carbon credits for manufacturers in the area – located in Hefei, capital of East China's Anhui province – was recognized on July 7 as one of 20 model examples of ecological and environment governance in China.
The Hefei high-tech zone in Hefei city, capital of East China's Anhui province has climbed two spots from a year ago to secure 12th position in the latest "Top 100 High-Quality Development Parks (2023)" list, which was released by the Park Economic Research Center of market research firm CCID Consulting.
Looking into the future, Anhui is also betting big on strategic, emerging industries for long-term innovative development. The local government has outlined several future industries, including new energy, in its development plan during the period covered by the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25).
It has only been a year since USTC Silicon Valley was created, but the area is already fast gaining recognition as a hub for scientific and technological innovation.
The business ecosystem is being streamlined in the Hefei National High-tech Industry Development Zone, or Hefei high-tech zone – located in Hefei, capital city of East China's Anhui province – and it's already making a big difference.
The city of Hefei – capital of East China's Anhui province – has witnessed significant growth in its industrial development over the past few years.
Companies in USTC Silicon Valley in Hefei – capital city of East China's Anhui province – are thriving after the provincial government issued an implementation plan for its construction on June 13 last year.
Anhui province is taking the initiative to help bolster the Yangtze River Delta region's integrated development, with this year marking its fifth anniversary as a national strategy.