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Green Technology Selector, the platform that connects green technologies

25 January 2021 | CO2

 

Factor Ideas for change is collaborating with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) on the Green Technology Selector (GTS) initiative, an e-commerce platform that connects producers and suppliers of green technologies with businesses and households.

This platform, which aims to help increase the sale of green technologies, has already been implemented in several countries around the world and will soon be active in all 38 countries where the EBRD operates.

Currently, the GTS platform is operational in the Slovak Republic. However, Spanish companies producing and distributing green technologies can access the initiative if interested, in order to sell their products in countries where these are needed.

Registration on this platform is completely free of charge and offers the following advantages:

  • The products, as well as the company's brand, will gain visibility and accessibility to potential customers in the countries where the EBRD operates.
  • Technologies that are successfully listed on the GTS are eligible for financing by financial institutions with which the EBRD works locally. This has already been implemented in several European countries (Poland, Romania, Croatia, etc.).
  • Factor, as lead consultant in this project, and its team of experts will provide all necessary assistance for registration.

If you are interested in learning more about this platform and how to register your products for free, we encourage you to contact Marta Suanzes (+34 91 536 30 45, msuanzes@iamfactor.com).

 

Factor Ideas for change

Factor has more than 15 years of experience offering technical consulting services in the areas of climate change adaptation and mitigation, carbon footprint analysis, sustainability, circular economy, renewable energy and carbon markets, amongst other things, undertaken on behalf of governments and international organizations, as well as for over 400 companies, with more than 1,100 projects undertaken within 40+ countries.

 

Source: Factor