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Attendees at the public meeting included Atlantis residents, community and business leaders, local development groups and current Atlantis green technology investors.
We are humbled and excited for the investment by Ushio America," said Danny Bogar, CEO of American Green Technology.
The GTC was designed to be a model in green technology and will boast of vertical gardens and landscaping, showcase implementation of waste segregation system, use of natural light and ventilation, harness solar panels/lighting and conservation of water and power.
Green Technology also plans to unveil new products and services that will allow it to compete in this growing market along with Cannabis Sativa Inc (OTCBB:CBDS), Terra Tech Corp (OTCMKTS:TRTC), Agritek Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS:AGTK) and Medbox Inc (OTCMKTS:MDBX).
He also welcomed the participation of governmental and private bodies and institutions that support the event in embodying an example of true partnership in investing in green technology.
About three-quarters of business establishments used at least one green technology or practice during the Pay period that included August 12, 2011.
According to the NGTP, green technology is the development and application of products, equipment and systems used to conserve the natural environment and resources, which minimises and reduces the negative impact of human activities (Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, Malaysia, 2009).
The first Bahrain Green Technology Expo will be held from March 12 to 15 at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
improve the patent protection of green technology, the Green Technology
Last Thursday in their report to the Prime Minister, Michael Heseltine and Sir Terry Leahy outlined green technology as a key development area, urging the government to base its Green Investment Bank in Liverpool.
9 trillion in green technology investments a year, with over half of that sum necessary for developing countries," the UN said.
Narec Capital, the company it launched earlier this year with financial advisers Ashberg to develop green technology, had intended initially to raise pounds 200m of funding.