The CONNECT University session on “Green ICT” will present talks from thought leaders in the field discussing the energy consumption and environmental impact of the ICT infrastructure, highlighting the challenges and opportunities ahead.
This concerns a technology listed under Energy Technologies under the Environmental Technology Verification Pilot Programme.
With the growing global demand for sustainable and energy-saving products and processes, biosurfactants have come under the spotlight in recent years. A new study reviews their use in biotechnology applications, focusing on microorganisms in cold habitats.
The EBRD is supporting a new 36 MW solar plant in western Ukraine as part of its commitment to making the energy mix in its countries of operations greener. The investment is made together with the Clean Technology Fund, the Bank’s partner in advancing green energy.
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