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To accelerate the process of diffusion within the CleanTech branch, the DCTI has published a 20 volume study on the 5 fields of work »

What does CleanTech stand for?

CleanTech stands for “Clean Technology”. Although neither the German nor English languages offer an exact definition, the term is generally used to explain the concept that both efficiency and productivity can be increased by using new processes, products and services, while at the same time reducing greenhouse gas emissions and protecting natural resources. To align the growing demand for goods and services with the need to protect both the environment and the world’s resources, it is necessary for the economical and ecological aspects of the economy to work in harmony. The use of CleanTech helps to achieve this by providing a method for sustainable and environmentally friendly economic growth.


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