Pakistani Cleantech Startup team won the award in ‘Waste To Energy’ category at Global Competition of Clean Technology Innovation. The Pakistan’s Cleantech developed a new technology, they are converts hazardous burned or coal substance also burned and produce energy without any emissions.
This competition was held between seven countries in San Francisco, countries including Pakistan, Malaysia, Morocco, India, South Africa and Turkey. They all countries participate in the event. India Building Systems and Services Private Limited (GIBBS) was won the Global Cleantech Innovation Award.
According to the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), they solve the emerging startups. The Global Cleantech Innovation Programme (GCIP) joined the Global Environment Facility (GEF).
The best opportunity for each countries, they bought Cleantech Open Global Forum together in Silicon Valey, California for the awards. This startup provides the opportunity connect with all the customers, partners and investors all around the world. And also this startup will help in developing innovative technologies. The five startups are selected from Pakistan.
According to the Philippe R. Scholtès Managing Director at UNIDO,
Clean technologies will allow the programme to further unite and connect a diverse range of partners to accelerate clean technology ventures, that they may achieve their greatest potential impact. I am confident that our joint efforts will support the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, including those that relate to clean energy, inclusive and sustainable industrialisation, and innovation
In last year, SSUETIAN won the Award from Pakistan. And the most promising award to Biomedical Engineers team from Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology. They develop advanced energy-efficient.