About the CTCN's Climate Technology matchmaking event
CTCN's Climate Technology matchmaking event with support from the European Commission, builds on the successes of the matchmaking events organized by Enterprise Europe Network (EEN) and will include an online profile and meeting brokering element along with in-session workshops which will be held at Brussels, Belgium on 20 and 21 November 2019 at the margins of G-STIC 2019.
To register for the event please go to the section under CALL FOR REGISTRATION
Please see the draft agenda here- Concept Note and Agenda - CTCN Matchmaking Event G-STIC 2019.pdf
The objective of the event is toincrease private sector engagement on facilitating technology transfer to developing countries on climate change mitigation focusing on energy.
The matchmaking event will make use of an online platform on which NDEs, development organizations and businesses can upload their funded climate technology needs in form of requests, and participants to the matchmaking event can submit Expression of Interests for pitch meetings based on the technologies and approaches they have to offer.
The matchmaking event on 20 and 21 November 2019 will comprise of a Plenary session and two sessions of Matchmaking comprising up to 10 slots bilateral discussions of 15 mins and 20 mins.
- The plenary session will be a dialogue among the leaders and innovators in the clean energy technology industry.
- The format is “Davos-style” with the moderator making an 8-minute introduction on the session’s topic and the speakers and followed by discussions in the panel and with the audience.
- Context, problem statement and setting the agenda for the panel discussion (2 minutes)
- Introduction to of the initial panelists and setting the expected contribution to the discussion as per their background and perspectives
- Questions and points to structure the panel discussion
- Why is there a lack of momentum in private sector engagement towards implementation of nationally determined contributions in developing countries?
- How can developing countries accelerate the scaling up and mainstreaming of clean energy technologies?
- How were you able to overcome barriers (institutional, legal, financial, technical…) to successful adoption of clean energy technologies?
- How would you describe the current private sector investments to climate change related infrastructure or technologies compared to 5 years ago (pre-Paris Agreement)?
- How can both the public sector and the private sector create conducive market conditions to encourage further investments in clean energy technologies?
- How can development organizations facilitate clean energy transformation?
- What mature technologies, with established supply chains, are still relatively untapped in the region?
- Conversely, what emerging technologies do you think developing countries should start piloting and for the private sector to start investing on?
- What is your advice to our audience on what to look for in a potential technology supplier or implementing partner? What about for those seeking to find potential clients?
Speakers in this plenary session will focus on the following question
If you have any questions please feel free to contact to below-
Mr. Sambit Nayak (Mitigation Specialist Asia Pacific- CTCN)
Mr. N Vasudevan- (Tech Support to CTCN on matchmaking event)
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