Thanks to the growing support received this year, we hired our first employee and expanded with an analyst, research associates, and interns. We secured our first public R&D grant and won further projects such as CemSoland AgilOLab, expanding our reach. We also co-hosted a cleantech award, the Global Call 2021, together with UNIDO, UNFCCC, and UNCCD, and we ended the year presenting key results of our work at two designated events atCOP26 in Glasgow.
FCA co-hosted the award ceremony of the UNIDO Global Call for Innovative Solutions in Cleantech and Sustainable Land Management with UNIDO ITPO Germany in collaboration with UNFCCC and UNCCD. The event was flanked by two panel discussions, one on breakthrough innovation and one on decarbonizing heavy industry, that allowed guests of the ceremony to discuss the most pressing climate challenges and their solutions in smaller groups before the main event.
FCA presents key findings of our work on high-impact R&D in cleantech upon invitation of UN Climate Change at the UNFCCC Global Innovation Hub at COP 26.
Together with UNIDO ITPO Germany, we also gave a first insight to the results of the UNIDO Global Call 2021.
FCA analysis on Cleantech R&D
Which R&D areas must we focus on now in order to tackle the climate crisis?
Having completed a comprehensive survey on key future R&D areas in climate technology with expert participants from across the world, we are excited that the World Economic Forum has released another FCA publication.
Make sure to take a look at the results for 2021-2025, 2026-2030 and the time beyondhere.
FCA shares thoughts on REDIII
FCA was asked by European lawmakers to share our perspective on how to integrate support for high-impact innovation in the process of revising upcoming legislation on renewables.