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Meeting the Needs: How to Connect both Current and Upcoming Private Sector Innovations with UNFCCC Technology Mechanism Tools with the Focus of Supporting Developing Countries?

@ 17:30 - 18:30

Categories: Talanoa Space Events

Location: Talanoa Space (Bonn Zone)

Organiser: Thyssenkrupp, ICC Germany, BDI

Event Notes: Based on today’s emerging climate technologies for cement, steel and chemical processes the panelists at this event will discuss together with the audience questions such as:

  • “What are key technology action areas for climate change mitigation besides energy and which potentials can be seen today?”
  • “How to tap into such potentials and what support can Technology Needs Assessments, Technology Action Plans and others provide?”
  • “How to bring also technologies ready for markets soon, but not yet fully commercial today, into Technology Needs Assessments and other long term instruments?”
  • “How to ensure adequate technology transfer frameworks being in place to ensure implementation of working solutions and not just building plants and equipment?”
Successful climate action needs identifying and assessing technology needs and providing matching technologies. UNFCCC Technology mechanism provides instruments such as Technology Need Assessments and Technology Action Plans which also can link deeply into the NDCs. Business develops innovations for climate action solutions. When these streams match and co-fertilize each other, sustainable effective and efficient implementation results in climate actions towards a truly net GHG neutral world.

Website: Thyssenkrupp

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