Promotion and implementation of ETV to verify environmental technologies.

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Promoting and implementing ETV as a voluntary EU scheme for verifying the performance of environmental technologies.

The main objective of the European LIFE Pro ETV project is to promote and effectively implement Environmental Technology Verification (ETV). In this way, the project will help to bring more new environmental technologies to the market, thereby reducing the environmental impact of both businesses and public bodies in the European Union.

What is ETV?

ETV is a voluntary system that provides a streamlined approach for different stakeholders (technology suppliers, technology buyers, regulators, authorities, funders and investors) to confirm the performance of innovative environmental technologies in an impartial and credible way so that they can clearly see the benefits.

ETV stands as a fundamental verification, to address the need to demonstrate the performance of new environmental technologies ready for commercialisation.

>> See full details on ETV HUB.

Duration: September 2020 - June 2024
Coordinator: The Institute for Ecology of Industrial Areas (IETU)
Cetaqua Barcelona, IOS, EIT RM, ENEA, INSAVALOR, KÖVET, ZAG, ETA Denmarck

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