The China Energy Research Society (CERS) is a non profit and non-governmental organisation and was established in 1981. It is one of the actually 165 subsidary organisations of the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST). But unlike other similar organisations CERS is not directly affiliated with any ministry of the central government bureaucracy. CERS therefore prides itself in its ability to remain objective and politically neutral in its policy recommendations.
CERS primarily conducts background research for governmental energy policy. To its further goal of promoting sustainable energy development and improving overall energy efficiency, CERS also organizes international seminars. CERS invites foreign governments and companies to China and sends delegations of Chinese experts abroad to exchange technical and academic information. Most of its 22.000 members are government officials or technical experts who are busy in the field of energy development for government policymakers. Although CERS has several different divisions, it is primarily devoted to promoting sustainable energy development for China. In influencing legislation CERS acts in many ways as a government lobbyist. Over the next few years, CERS plans to broaden its working relationships. As the private sector gains importance in China, CERS hopes to serve private clients in the same capacity as it does for the Chinese government. As CERS has greatly benefited from its relationship with the European Union and based on this experience expectations are high to benefit also from management training projects.
The hydrogen industry alliance was formally established in China-Dongguan on July 19, 2016. It focuses on the development of leading technologies in R&D and the core business of the hydrogen industry. It is committed to building China's hydrogen energy industry chain and hydrogen industry ecosystem, integrating industrial clusters and supporting enterprises such as hydrogen products, semi-finished products and raw materials, and developing hydrogen industry service institutions and research institutes. Resources such as the accumulation of hydrogen industry technology, industry, business investment and other social wisdom, to achieve a lower risk of the hydrogen industry to allocate resources for the hydrogen industry related parties to provide integrated solutions for the industry. The hydrogen industry alliance can promote the complementary advantages of the hydrogen industry member companies, expand the development space, jointly resist industrial risks, and achieve the ultra-routine development of the hydrogen industry. It is an important resource integration platform organization that promotes the competitiveness of China's hydrogen industry and realizes mutual assistance and cooperation.
The China Aerospace Society was initiated by Qian Xuesen, Ren Xinmin, and Zhang Zhenwei and was established in Beijing in October 1979. Hydrogen was first applied to aerospace technology, and China Aerospace Society was one of the earliest organizations to promote hydrogen fuel cell civilian use in China.
Beijing Qifa Exhibition Service Co., Ltd is a professional exhibition planning and organizing services organization established in December 2001. The company has Exhibitions Department, Planning Department, International Department, Advertising Department, Design Department, Booth Construction Department and other functional departments. After decade of rapid growth, Qifa has successfully organized dozens of large-scale annual exhibitions that include CIHHSE, NGV China; Environmental Sanitation and Municipal Cleaning Exhibition; Nuclear Power and Gas Turbine Exhibition; National Defense Information Technology Exhibition and other exhibitions focusing on different industries and it has created a number of well-known exhibition brands. Qifa exhibition values the spirit of "cooperation, enterprising, innovative and successful" and adheres to the principle of " honest and pragmatic, customer comes first". What’s more, it has been actively working on collaborating with domestic and international industry associations, societies and medias to fulfill specific industry needs and to ensure that the exhibitions are characterized by extensive local market expertise. Besides, the events are not just professional exhibitions, because many of them also feature market-defining conferences and forum. The seminars always set the agenda for the industry and examine ways in which both exhibitors and visitors can cut costs, enhance productivity and generate fresh business opportunities. As new trends and technologies emerge, Qifa will always remain ahead of the curve in analyzing and harnessing new potential to make greater contribution to the prosperity of China’s exhibition and convention industry.