Networking & Collaboration

Technologies are vital to building climate-resilient, low-carbon societies. Many essential technologies already exist — the challenge is to get them deployed where they are needed, and to build the enabling environments to support technology innovation, adaptation and scale-up. An overwhelming number of developing countries’ Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement indicate a requirement for technology support and capacity building in order to achieve their commitments. To meet this need, the CTCN serves as a demand-driven and trusted partner, matching developing countriy needs for climate change-related equipment, methods, capacity development and policy advice with the world-class expertise of its Network and our collaborators. 

Join the Network

The CTCN is actively seeking Network members from all geographic regions with an array of sector experience. The Network membership is cost-free. It provides access to a diverse global community of climate technology users, providers and financiers under the umbrella of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism.
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To facilitate the Network application process, the CTCN has recently launched an online Network application form. It has been designed to guide you through every step of the process and ensure increased effectiveness and transparency. You will be able to monitor the status of your application at any time through the created Network member account. Once registered as a Network member, your organization becomes eligible to participate in CTCN activities.

Join the Network

Online Membership application process

Follow the steps below to apply for your Network membership. We look forward to welcoming you in our Network.
Network member account
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To start the application process, you will need to create a Network member account on the CTCN website. Once the account has been successfully created, you will receive a welcome email with further instructions. Please use the hyperlink provided in the body of our email to set your password and to complete the process of creating the Network member account.
Network membership application
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Congratulations, the Network member account has been set up! You can start creating your Network membership application form. Please complete all the mandatory sections of the application and upload the requested documents. Once the minimum required information is provided, you can save your application and complement/complete it at a later stage.
Final submission
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Before proceeding with the final submission, please review your application and ensure that the provided information is accurate. Once you have submitted your application, you cannot make changes to it. Saved applications will be stored in our system for four months. If you don’t proceed with the final submission within this period, the application will be deleted from our system.
Monitoring status of your application
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You can monitor the status of your application at any time from your Network member account in the menu “Network member application status”. During the process, additional information may be requested if needed to complete the assessment. You will be notified by email of this change in the application status. To provide the requested information, you will need to sign in to your Network member account and edit your membership application.
Final decision
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Once the review and assessment process has been completed, an assessment opinion will be forwarded to the CTCN Director for a final decision. If the decision is favorable, your application status will change from “Waiting for director’s approval” to “Membership granted”. You will be notified by email regarding the outcome of your Network membership application within five working days of the final decision date.

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866 members
Country of registration
Canada
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Sector(s) of expertise
Renewable energy
Energy efficiency

Solar for Life (SFL)  is a not for-profit organization that provides access to clean and affordable energy to developing communities. Through its network of partners, SFL distributes solar lights to reduce kerosene dependency in off-grid areas.

Country of registration
Cameroon
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Sector(s) of expertise
Coastal zones
Renewable energy
Energy efficiency
Waste management
Carbon fixation and abatement

S2 Services Sarl serves as a north-south and south-south bridge by creating and developing a cooperation platform between different parties and stakeholders.

Knowledge partner
Country of registration
Netherlands
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Sector(s) of expertise
Energy efficiency
Infrastructure and Urban planning

3 Ideas Ltd is an award winning consultancy specialising in technology development and transfer, architecture, design and cultural research.

Knowledge partner
Country of registration
Colombia
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Sector(s) of expertise
Carbon fixation and abatement
Water
Agriculture
Waste management
Infrastructure and Urban planning
Industry
Agriculture and forestry
Cross-sectoral

TriCiclos is a circular economy engineering company specialized in creating and implementing solutions for products and processes. Our mission is to design, implement and promote solutions that correct the generation of waste.

Knowledge partner
Country of registration
Uruguay
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Sector(s) of expertise
Agriculture
Transport
Infrastructure and Urban planning
Cross-sectoral

3Vectores has over 15 years of experience designing solutions for new economies, sustainable development, institutional strengthening, social and/ or environmental issues, climate change, citizen empowerment and for the revitalisation of territories.

Knowledge partner
Country of registration
France
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Sector(s) of expertise
Renewable energy
Waste management

3Wayste® is an innovative, patented waste management system capable of treating 100 per cent of municipal solid waste (MSW) while profitably revalorizing more than 90 per cent for clean energy fuel, pure compost and raw materials.