BackBasic Background

Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region

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.

Tianjin Eco-City
Tianjin Port
Beijing Airport
Tianjin Airport

China-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City

Since the groundbreaking in 2008, the China-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City has achieved a critical mass of over 150,000 people and 30,000 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.

30,000 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,, Meituan, Alibaba Pictures and Momo.

Accolades Achieved

  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.