Welcome to the Green Technology Transfer (GTT) platform! Our aim is to assist the countries of South Eastern Europe to meet their international climate pledges by encouraging the transfer of low-carbon technologies from Japanese leaders in the field. Inspired by the Paris Climate Agreement, which highlights the transfer of advanced climate technologies as a critical factor in reducing emissions and improving resilience to climate change, the platform features the Leading Low-carbon Technologies (L2-Tech) list, containing over 3,200 low-carbon technologies developed by Japanese manufacturers and certified by the Ministry of Environment of Japan. The L2-Tech standard is regularly updated, ensuring that only the most efficient climate technologies are included on the list.
The platform also features summaries of technology needs assessments, technology action plans and other documents, providing Japanese low-carbon businesses with information on the technology transfer needs of individual countries in South Eastern Europe.
Reduce loss to improve motor efficiency. Industrial motor realizing high efficiency and saving energy.
Indirect evaporative cooler has many layered structure consisting from DRY and WET paths separated by wall separators. WET side of the wall separator is a wet wall drenched with water. Evaporation in the WET paths lowers temperature of the separating wall when air with low humidity or room temperature flows in the WET paths, and further lowers the temperature of hot air in DRY paths by heat transfer through the wall separators without changing absolute humidity of the air in the paths.
Creating hot water more efficiently by taking in atmospheric heat and utilizing electric power generating three times or more thermal energy. With Eco-Cute using CO2, refrigerant can generate hot water of 90grdC.