The goal of the TechEmerge Sustainable Cooling Cities LAC Project (the Project) is to accelerate uptake of innovative cooling solutions in LAC region by leveraging Cities as a platform for multistakholders and multisector engagement to enable scale and impact. The project will focus on working in Colombia and Mexico with private and public stakeholders that operate in cities. The Program will pair local companies with tech companies from around the world to test new cooling solutions in a variety of sectors that can increase efficiency, reduce GHG emissions, improve accessibility, and/or decrease costs of cooling services
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