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JOIN Tomorrow’s Tropicalization Program Webinar Launch

JOIN tomorrow’s Tropicalization Program webinar launch

Charlotte Morton to speak as WBA Chief Executive

Does your company provide technology or business solutions that could contribute to the development of the biogas value chain in Brazil?

The Brazil GEF Biogas Project invites you to the Launch Webinar of the Project’s Tropicalization Program, which is focused on fostering international knowledge transfer for the development of the biogas sector in Brazil.

The selection process for the Tropicalization Program was recently announced by a Public Notice calling private companies around the world to offer technical proposals that are able to solve the main challenges of the Brazilian biogas market. The Launch Webinar will be your chance to talk directly to the biogas specialists involved with the Tropicalization Program.

The online event will take place on March 18th at 10am (BRT), 1pm (GMT), 2pm (CET), (8am) EST.

The Tropicalization Program is looking for technical proposals that promote knowledge transfer (“tropicalization”) and new industrial partnerships capable of adapting to the Brazilian reality biogas technologies and business models already successful around the world.

The Brazil GEF Biogas Project is going to provide technical assistance to the companies selected by the Tropicalization Program. This assistance includes helping with fundraising strategies for prospecting resources targeted at the implementation of biogas demonstration projects in Brazil.

Is your company interested?

If so, join the online event at: http://bit.ly/tropicalizationGEF

The event will be free for all!

The Brazil GEF Biogas Project is led by the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations (MCTI), implemented by the United Nations for Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The International Center for Renewable Energy (CIBiogás) is the main executing entity of the Project and is directly responsible for the Tropicalization Program.

 

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