Climate technology transfer has been recognised as a key component in the global strategy to reduce GHG emissions and address the challenges of climate change. Within the EBRD region, the ETC and SEMED regions lag behind other countries at the same level of development in adoption of climate technologies.
The Finance and Technology Transfer Centre for Climate Change (FINTECC) has been established to demonstrate the viability of climate technologies in these markets through a combination of policy dialogue, technical assistance and incentive payments. The technical assistance programme under FINTECC aims at establishing the foundations and support for the climate technology transfer in ETC and SEMED with a focus on the private sector. The assignment will support legislators and investors to eliminate or overcome market barriers to climate technology transfer (CTT), and accelerate the take up of climate technologies (CT), especially in the context of the private sector.
The Project is consistent with the Bank’s Sustainable Resource Initiative (“SRI”), approved by the Board on the 16th April 2013 (BDS13-52F), aimed at promoting the sustainable use of energy, materials and water resources.
Selected new methodologies and guidelines shared through networks provide policy makers and businesses with opportunities to adopt new climate resilience and mitigation initiatives.
TC Recipient Information
The project aims to support commercial dairy farmers in Georgia that need to raise product quality standards and implement DCFTA requirements to improve competitiveness.
The FINTECC TC programme is funded by: (1) GEF Trust Fund and GEFF SCCF covering ETC; (2) SEFF covering SEMED region; (3) Spain for the MRV assignment in Egypt.
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