The Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) with support from the European Commission, organized the first private sector matchmaking event for the National Designated Entities (NDEs) in Asia-Pacific, network members and climate technology service providers, including private sector and international organizations. The event took place at the margins of G-STIC 2019 in Brussels, Belgium on 20 and 21 November 2019.
“CTCN matches global expertise across the full spectrum of climate technologies to deliver the transformational solutions required by the developing world, and private sector plays a crucial role in accelerating clean energy transition”, says CTCN Director Dr. Rose Mwebaza.
The matchmaking event offered the chance to meet face-to-face with multiple clean energy technology suppliers and service providers from around the world including the CTCN network members and consortium partners to discuss climate technology needs on energy efficiency, clean energy, and renewable energy. The event also provided a venue to share experiences on the challenges faced in implementing clean energy initiatives and to learn from good practices and successful case studies from fellow implementers as well as technology suppliers and service providers.