Education - Overcoming the technology and resource management challenges by advocating for the Cleantech education and training. Engaging local and foreign innovators, experts and mentors to create knowledge base for new advancements in the field.
Water management - Seeking state of the art solutions for Water & Wastewater Treatment, Purification, Filtration and Conservation. Introducing and adapting globally recognized approaches and methods to local market.
Renewables - Engaging innovations that use, enable and accelerate the migration to renewable energy: Biofuels & Biomaterials, Fuel Cells, Energy Storage, Solar Systems, Energy Efficiency
Recycling - Finding the most recognized, efficient and cost effective methods for Recycling Waste to Energy, Mixed Wastes, Waste Treatment, Metals, Plastic/Rubber, and Management of Hazardous Waste.
Agriculture - Finding the most efficient and environmentally friendly approaches to Land and Forest Management, Natural Pesticides, Corp Yield, Sustainable Fertilizers that maximize the utilization of local resources and promotes Cleantech principles
Advanced Materials - Bringing innovation to applied sciences field to provide more efficient and out of box solutions for development and application of new advanced materials while maintaining and developing core competences for Cleantech sector.
Technology Transfer - Bringing the expertise and support to fill the gap between invention and innovation to support commercialization of clean technology inventions and solutions, transfer of knowledge and practical experience from science to business.
R&D - Promoting close cooperation among researchers and entrepreneurs in development of new products and technologies. Facilitating and bringing together groups of most innovative and advanced experts to collaborate on solving todays most significant Cleantech challenges.
Manufacturing - Introducing the most recognized solutions to production of globally competitive Cleantech products and services and maximizing the local potential in the field while introducing local companies and products to Cleantech global market.

The VI session of the Uzbek-Latvian intergovernmental commission

Event time: 12.11.2015. / 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Event location: Tashkent

On November 12, 2015 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan the VI session of the Latvian Republic and the Republic of Uzbekistan Intergovernmental Commission on Economic, Industrial and Scientific and Technical Cooperation (hereinafter – IGC) is planned during which the two countries will discuss current issues of bilateral cooperation and future cooperation development directions. IGC session on the Latvian side will be led by Minister of Transport A. Matiss. The Ministry of Economy has currently begun the work on the IGC VI session agenda.

For more information contact:

Liene Guseva

Foreign economics relations department

Foreign economics relation unit

+ 371 67013004