Policy advice: climate technology study
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Policy advice: climate technology study

The goal of the Market Study Technologies and services for climate mitigation and adaptation from Germany was to develop a coherent overview of German products, services, and cooperation for the German National Designated Entity in order to match supply and demand in the climate adaptation and mitigation market; Borderstep prepared the study for the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.

This study provides the first coherent overview of products and services in the area of international climate technology transfer.

It systematically measures the offerings by German actors in the areas of climate protection and adaptation. The results show that German vendors are well positioned in a range of areas within climate protection and adaptation. There are numerous products and services deployed worldwide for energy and resource efficiency as well as water and waste management.

The results of the report were presented at the 19th and 20th UN World Climate Conference.

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