Lithuanian Clean Technology Clusters have been set up
Lithuanian Clean Technology Clusters' Treaty was signed, implementation of which will involve 25 companies, state and scientific institutions and other organizations. As announced in a press release that brings together knowledge and experience from different areas, members of the cluster intend to collaborate on developing and developing clean technologies and sustainable business solutions. The Innovation Company "Eksponente", which has been developing sustainable development and clean energy for 25 years, became its member.
Director of Solar walleye science technology park Laima Kauspadiene presented the cluster in the CleanTalks, which were arranged during Clean Technology international conference at 18th October 2018 in Szczecin, Poland.
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