Clima@ Competition : compete for a sustainable future

The competition clim@ is a competition for innovative businesses or projects in the fields of sustainable energy or resource efficiency with the power to change current practices and which demonstrate strong positive climate impact.

Compete for a sustainable future

The competition clim@ is a competition for innovative businesses or projects in the fields of sustainable energy or resource efficiency with the power to change current practices and which demonstrate strong positive climate impact.

Outstanding applicants will be mentored by qualified experts, present their projects at a pitching event in Frankfurt and attend the GGF Sustainable Future Forum in June 2018, a gathering of 200 international stakeholders of the climate finance community organized by the Green for Growth Fund (GGF), where three grand finalists will pitch their projects to receive total EUR 30,000 in awards.

who can apply?

Applications are open globally for any business or organisation that demonstrates a relevant track record with a business or project in the fields of sustainable energy or resource efficiency.

who

  • established companies
  • experienced start-ups
  • non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
  • universities or research institutes
  • other relevant organisations

what

entries should have a connection to the following themes:

  • renewable energy solutions
  • energy efficiency/conservation
  • sustainable use of resources: including improved water, waste and material management

 Application

To enter, tell us about your organization and your business or project, how does it create impact and why does it stand out as a ground-breaking solution for environmental challenges.

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