The Green for Growth Fund (GGF), to which the EU is a donor, has partnered with the Renewables Academy AG (RENAC) to pilot the GGF Green Finance Expert online training in green finance.
The company HUAWEI continues its long history of success and has improved this year's Fortune 500 list by 11 points compared to the previous year and over 2017 by 68 points.
Ukrainian Start-ups to Participate in the World’s Largest Green Business Ideas Competition: ClimateLaunchpad
More than 55 countries, including Ukraine, will participate this year in the world’s biggest competition for green business ideas, Climate Launchpad.
One of the largest electronics stores in the Caucasus and the market leader of electronic goods and home appliances in Azerbaijan.
British startup Arborea is launching a pilot project on an Imperial College London campus to test out its “BioSolar Leaf” technology.
Changing the Game: Visa Sets Sights on a “Cashless Japan” with One Year to Go to the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
With one year to go until the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, Visa, the Worldwide Payment Technology Partner of the Olympic Games, is preparing innovative payment experiences for athletes.
The EU4Energy Governance project will support Ukraine in developing a long-term strategy for mobilising investment in the renovation of the national stock of residential and commercial buildings, in order to boost their energy efficiency.
Three major development banks are helping Turkey diversify its energy mix with an investment adding close to 100 MW in capacity to EFELER, the country’s largest geothermal power plant.
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