Climate and Clean Technology
Climate and Clean Technology Solutions
The International Trade Administration is committed to promoting U.S. exports of climate and clean technologies in support of President Biden’s goal to take ambitious action to tackle climate change and set the United States and international partners on a path to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. ITA provides a range of export assistance and market intelligence tools and resources for U.S. companies seeking to export climate and clean technology solutions abroad.
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Our Commitment to Climate Solutions
Creating millions of well-paying U.S. jobs and empowering American businesses and workers to lead the low-carbon and clean technology transition are critical to the vision of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. International trade is a driver of U.S. jobs and innovation and will enable access to low-carbon technologies through the promotion of U.S. goods and services across the globe.
“Governments will not solve climate change alone. We also want and need private firms and academic research institutions to play a big role in advancing clean technology innovation. This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for the United States to develop and produce advanced technologies, export them around the world, and speed global net-zero transitions. This work will ultimately lead to good-paying jobs and better technology for the world’s fight against climate change.”
— Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo
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Climate and Clean Tech Market Intelligence
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We encourage U.S. industry to work with us to identify potential opportunities for collaboration and ways that we can effectively work together to achieve the President’s ambitious climate agenda and support U.S. competitiveness abroad.