December 2020 CLEANTECH EDITION (3)


Dear friends,

An unusual year, which has impacted us all, is drawing to an end. One of the positive things I think the year has taught us is the potential of digital solutions.

I therefore hope to see many of you at the virtual Cleantech Forum Europe on 12-14 January 2021 which is hosted by Luxembourg. With the theme “From Chaos to Transformation: Tackling the Climate Crisis Together”, the event will give you an opportunity to meet leading innovators and get updates on the innovation trends and topics that will define the next decade. You will, for example, hear about Luxembourg’s solution “Product Circularity Data Sheets” that unites data with the circular economy.

I have the pleasure of being able to offer a limited number of reduced tickets to the Forum. If you are interested, please contact me at +352 621 986 659 or

I wish you and your families Happy Holidays. Stay safe!

Georges Schaaf
Head of International Business Development – CleanTech

A standard for circular projects

There is an obvious link between the use of data and the circular economy. Luxembourg is developing the solution “Product Circularity Data Sheets” (PCDS), which includes all information known about the product and the type of end of use cycle for which it has been designed.

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New Crossroads Magazine highlights cleantech business opportunities

The first edition of Crossroads Magazine from Luxembourg Trade & Invest focuses on clean technologies. It highlights how companies can use clean technologies and circular business models to acquire a competitive advantage.

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LIST: Towards greener hydrogen

In partnership with the French company 3D-Oxides, the Luxembourg Institute of Science & Technology (LIST) is working on a research project designed to make hydrogen production easier, cheaper and more environmentally friendly.

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Luxembourg ranks as 2nd most sustainable country in the world

The 2020 Environmental Performance Index (EPI) considers Luxembourg as the world’s 2nd most sustainable country in its analysis of sustainability around the world

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Using space power technology for clean energy on Earth

Maana Electric has developed a revolutionary technology for producing solar panels from sand. Attracted to Luxembourg by the country’s drive to support the new space sector, the start-up is developing a cost-effective and clean way of producing solar energy.

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Post COVID-19 market opportunities

Market trends that will shape the post COVID-19 economy

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Rebuilding the economy: Towards a sustainable future

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10 key technologies shaping the post COVID-19 economy

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