Climate Transformed host Karolin Schaps interviews Sharro Jethu, the CEO of Clean Future Synergy and Chris Brils, the ESG Advisory Board Member of Clean Future Synergy. Clean Future Synergy was set up by Sharro Jethu in 2018 with the aim of building a network of Dutch companies, public parties and educational institutions which support the development of innovative or disruptive technologies. As CEO of Clean Future Synergy, Sharro has successfully connected Dutch companies with partners in China and in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The goal of connecting these parties is to empower them to fulfil their societal and environmental targets in alignment with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Clean Future Synergy facilitates knowledge transfer between like-minded companies in different regions, helps with raising capital, gives guidance on business development opportunities and provides advisory business services and international training programmes.
Set up in 2018, Clean Future Synergy is building a network of Dutch companies, public parties and educational institutions which support the development of innovative or disruptive technologies. The goal is to connect these parties to empower them to fulfil their societal and environmental targets.
On January 14th a webinar has been organised by Clean Future Synergy and Henrui Pharma.
The webinar focused on the Anhui Province Key Research and Development Plan 2020 and the project Research and development of the height-adjustable anatomical cervical spine Ti-PEEK fusion cage and its fusion performance and biomechanical research.
Cooperation partners in this project are:
Orthopedics Department of the First Affiliated Hospital of Wannan Medical College (Yijishan Hospital), China and Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Clean Future Synergy is appointed as a recognised collaboration partner for Jiangsu Hengrui Pharmaceuticals Co, Ltd, Economic & Tech Development Zone, Jiangsu Province, China
In cooperation with Hengrui Pharma, Clean Future Synergy will host educational training programs and participation in international conferences for health professionals from China or other experts to share experiences and best practices with Dutch professionals of various hospitals.
Clean Future Synergy is a trademark of Optimal Synergy Ltd.
Clean Future Synergy Ltd is appointed as a recognised collaboration partner for Wageningen University and Research
In preparation for future collaborations regarding NWO calls and grants Clean Future Synergy has been added into the Netherlands Organisation for Scientifical Research (NWO) Relationship Management database. NWO is committed to a strong science system in the Netherlands, in the belief that scientific research contributes to our prosperity and wellbeing.
Lelystad Airport Business Park (LAB) appoints Clean Future Synergy as partner for the benefit of research into the feasibility of the hotel related to the Chinese target group
LAB requested Sharro Jethu, (CEO, lawyer and entrepreneur) to examine the feasibility of the concept to set up a hotel aimed at the Chinese targetgroup located on the Lelystad Airport Businesspark. For this purpose a field as well as a desk research will be performed. The results of the research will be summited to The Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
In order to examine the feasibility of the China Center Hotel in Lelystad related to the Chinese target group, Lelystad Airport Businesspark (LAB) & OMALA NV asked Clean Future Synergy LtD to become their partner in this investigation. Besides that, they also explore the business opportunities in China and the Netherlands, to establish a mutual win-win situation.
Members of the international medical education committee (imec) of the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) are searching for opportunities for collaborations with hospitals in the Netherlands to create a win-win situation
Meetings were organised by Clean Future Synergy with hospital OLVG (Fedde Scheele and Marjan van Wegen), Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (Miriam Boer), Netherlands Cancer Institute (René Bernards), Stichting Topklinische ziekenhuizen (STZ) (Fenna Heyning) and Maastricht UMC / Brightlands Maastricht Health Campus (Sunny Jiang and Henri Teunissen).
CEAIE has a full commitment to meeting the needs of China’s modernization construction, developing exchanges and cooperation between the Chinese educational community and other parts of the world, promoting the advancement of education, culture, science and technology, and strengthening understanding and friendship among the people of all countries and regions of the world. CEAIE has established a wide network with partner associations and institutions at home and long-term working relationship with over 170 educational organizations in more than 50 countries and regions. CEAIE has been granted the Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and established the official relations with UNESCO.
Clean Future Synergy hosts a roadshow on behalf of Dongying Investment promotion bureau for Huaxin Group Shenzhen, China
A delegation from China, including Lun Qihua (vice president of the Huaxin group ShenZhen Co.ltd and the Shenzhen branch of Shandong Dongying Chamber of Commerce) visited companies in the Netherlands aimed at opportunities regarding recycling (Sortiva in Alkmaar); high tech (Black Bear Carbon in Nederweert) and green (Dutch Greenhouses in Naaldwijk and Wageningen University and Plant research in ).
A special visit to high tech agricultural farms and manufacturers in Lelystad, organized by Eva Flantua (Studio Daagsch) for Clean Future Synergy, was one of the highlights and inspired the Chinese delegation.
Meetings were held with the minister of the United Front Work Dept., the deputy mayor of Dongying city, representatives of Dongying Municipal Investment Promotion Bureau and of the Kenli, Guangrao and Lijin District.
Clean Future Synergy discussed the possible opportunities to collaborate with Dongying city in alignment with the UN’s 17 SDG’s and Dongying’s objective of constructing Dongying into an exemplar city for eco-civilization development featuring prosperous and advanced economy, livable and green environment.
Black Bear Carbon authorizes Clean Future Synergy to exclusively represent and act on behalf of Black Bear Carbon regarding the promotion of the innovative technique of Black Bear Carbon in China.
As a result of the visit of Capital Airport Holding Company in 2018 the Chinese delegation was inspired by the presentations and lessons learned from the Dutch companies and educational institutions.
Following this visit the Chinese delegation will visit College Airport ROC van Amsterdam and NACO (subsidiary of Royal Haskoning) in order to examine possibilities to collaborate. Clean Future Synergy is preparing the discussions and managing the expectations back and forth.
The discussion continues on the topics of smart airport, aiport construction, training and management.
We are looking forward welcoming the Chinese delegation on the 8th and 9th of July 2019.
Clean Future Synergy to represent the ShenZhen Huaxin group in Europe to engage and find business partners for investments and deals including environmental protection, agriculture, solid waste management biotechnology and other high-tech, smart and green solutions in China.
Dutch-China aviation programme focusing on the future of airports using green, smart and high-tech solutions
In October 2018 Sharro Jethu and Geurt van Assen (Clean Future Synergy) together with John Zhang (director State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, Global Schouten group) welcomed Capital Airports Holding Company from China who were paying a working visit to Holland and were welcomed by Dick Benschop (CEO Schiphol Group) and Jan-Nico Appelman Provincial Executive of the Province of Flevoland and the first acting Mayor who replaces the King’s Commissioner. The programme was carried out together with Dutch organizations having aviation as their core business and it was entitled: “Tools in airport construction and managing daily tasks. The State of the Art.” The working visit had one objective: exchanging knowledge and expertise in the field of aviation.