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Cleantech Solutions International was founded in 1995 in Wuxi, China by Chairman and CEO, Mr. Jianhua Wu. The Company is led by a highly experienced international management team and supported by a skilled technical workforce with an average of over 15 years of experience. The Company went public in the U.S. in November 2007 and subsequently listed on the NASDAQ exchange in 2009. In 2008, the Company entered the wind energy industry by supplying forged rolled rings to the wind industry, which is now a rapidly growing business segment. The Company continued to expand its capabilities and knowledge to supply components and assemblies to other clean technology sectors. Therefore, the Company changed its name from China Wind Systems to Cleantech Solutions International in 2011 to better reflect its commitment to deliver innovative and high-quality solutions to the clean technology industries.

Through its affiliates, the Huayang Dye Machine and Huayang Electric Power Companies, collectively known as the Huayang Companies, the Company also manufactures and sells industrial equipment for use in the textile and coal power industries in China. With clean energy always a priority, Cleantech Solutions International’s activity in the coal sector is centered on offering products that allow power plant operators to produce electricity through a cleaner process than would otherwise be available at a reasonable cost. Mr. Wu founded the Huayang Dye Machine Company in 1995, when the textile and dyeing industries began flourishing in China, as a direct supplier of textile dyeing and finishing equipment to textile producers in China. In 2005, Huayang Electrical Power Equipment was established to supply the coking plants and coal-fired power stations in China with efficient power equipment that makes the process cleaner. Cleantech Solutions International’s coal-related activities clean up existing operations rather than producing more coal-based power. The wealth of technical know-how by the company's team has proven to be applicable to the rapidly growing wind, solar and other clean technology industries.