This Technology Transfer Advances Guinea's
- Nationally Determined Contribution to reduce 13% of the national greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2030 as compared to 1994.
In achieving its unique mandate in accelerating Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development, UNIDO recognizes access to sustainable energy for productive uses as a key catalyst for inclusive and sustainable economic development.
An Environmental Information System (EIS) aims to respond to decision-makers’ needs for information on the evolution of the environment, and its impact on people’s lives and the natural resources on which they depend.
Since about 1.5 billion people in the world use traditional stoves for cooking (and heating), efforts to improve the efficiency of cookstoves have been increasingly popular in the developing world. Improved stoves come in different forms and sizes.
Agricultural ecosystems hold large carbon reserves (IPCC, 2001a), mostly in soil organic matter.Historically, these systems have lost more than 50 Pg Carbon, but some of this carbon lost can be recovered through improved management, thereby withdrawing atmospheric CO2 (Paustian et al., 1998; Lal, 1999, 2004a).
This report provides an overview of the main technological pathways to fundamentally transform the cooking sector in developing countries to sustainable sources. It provides an analysis of the main technological options and an estimate of their costs and feasibility.
This paper explores the opportunities available for financial institutions in low-income housing sustainable energy projects in South Africa. It will consider what contribution the financial sector can make, as well as the terms under which it might do so.
RAPHAEL’s produces a wide variety of products including Butterfly valves Gate valves Check valves Hydraulic control valves and Fire Protection valves. All products are subject to stringent quality control procedures and pass strict pressure tests in the company’s testing plant during manufacture and assembly. RAPHAEL’s quality management system is ISO 9001 certified.
Miltel is a leader in Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) and Advanced Management Infrastructure (AMI Miltel has extended the application of its proprietary Data Acquisition and Transport (DAT) technology to overcome the communications challenges faced by municipalities and utilities. Today Miltel uses DAT technology in its leak detection solutions fire-hydrant locking and management solutions and others. The Red Cap System is a wireless fixed network system for the monitoring and management of municipal fire hydrants.
OOVAL VALVES LTD. develops manufactures and markets hydraulic control valves for irrigation fire protection mining and water works applications. The company brings to its customers over three decades of professional expertise in management development and technical support for water control systems OOVAL’s solutions are user-friendly easy to maintain and offer customers added value and optimal cost-benefit ratio.