Task Forces on floating offshore wind, storage & smart grids, green island resorts, sustainable agriculture, RES-desalination, bicycle infrastructure & business models, maritime transport & ports electrification, wave energy to host first meeting in Q1
As the new year begins, the GTI Observatory (GTIO) is moving on with its 2021 plan on the basis of the debate stimulated by the successful 2020 GTI e_Convention, which has welcomed 90 international speakers and 700+ attendees from all over the world, as well as the best practices recognized with the GTI Awards 2020 from Seychelles, Canary Islands, Madeira, Cape Verde, Malta, Elba, Crete, Cyprus, Maldives, Barbados, Sint Maarten.
The GTIO will keep up its mission aggregating key stakeholders to match island needs and innovative sustainable solutions, producing reports and studies to address strategies and policies, originating projects, business models and financing opportunities, and promoting the cooperation between governments and corporates.
Through the Island Advisory Committee, the Strategy Scientific Committee and the GTIO Task Forces, islands are accompanied towards the sustainable transition with strategy and planning, project feasibility analysis and funding opportunities, training and technical support, and best practices dissemination.
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