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Pakistani startup’s environment friendly housing design recognised by UN program

Pakistani startup’s environment friendly housing design recognised by UN program

A team of Pakistani entrepreneurs has won a Special Commendation Award from the United Nation’s Global CleanTech Innovation Program (UNIDO-GCIP). ModulusTech, led by Nabeel Siddiqui, were recognized for an innovative housing design at a ceremony held in Los Angeles last week. The …Continue reading

Pakistani Startup’s Energy-Efficient Housing Design Awarded by UN

Pakistani innovators in the field of clean technology recognised by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) this year include a startup that has developed an innovative design for low-cost, energy-efficient housing. The startup, named Modulus Tech, uses clean technologies and promises …Continue reading

Applications Open for Global Competition in Clean Technology

A competition under the Global Cleantech Innovation Programme (GCIP) has now opened applications for 2017. GCIP is a joint initiative of the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). This is the world’s largest clean technology competition …Continue reading

Pakistani Cleantech Startup Wins Global Award

A Pakistani startup has won an award in the “Waste to Energy” category at a global competition for innovators of clean technology. The competition was held in Silicon Valley on 9th February, 2017 during Cleantech Week in San Francisco. Innovators and entrepreneurs …Continue reading

Diversifying the Energy Basket

Clean technology and renewable energy is gaining momentum worldwide because of the increasing pressure on the limited nonrenewable resources for power, such as coal, petroleum and natural gas. Cleantech is a broad term that encompasses products and services that aim at pollution …Continue reading

Cleantech After the Hype: Why Startups Fail

We saw it happen to 3D printing and many other industries, and are seeing it happen to cleantech now—the hype has passed, and the time has come to actually build solutions that will enable “smart energy” and “greenovation” to be something more …Continue reading

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