GreenEvo Winners Gala

8 leading Polish green technology companies were granted a GreenEvo Winner title. Minister Marcin Korolec himself awarded all the winners with a GreenEvo statuette. It’s been the fourth time the most innovative and competitive Polish eco-friendly solutions were awarded in the Ministry contest.
The GreenEvo project supports international transfer of Polish green technologies. In a three-stage application procedure, both ministerial and external experts verify candidates for the GreenEvo award, granted only to the best Polish eco-friendly solutions. This year, 22 applications had been registered. 14 applicants passed to the 2nd stage, which granted them right to participate in training sessions. Finally, only 8 technologies were awarded a GreenEvo Winner title, including smart ventilation system with synergy effect, comprehensive reagent-based technology for water treatment and noise and environmental conditions monitoring system. GreenEvo winners are entitled to accompany representatives of Polish government in trade missions, and participate in numerous seminars, conferences and business meetings.
2013 GreenEvo Winners
This year winners joined 40 companies awarded in previous editions. Among the 2013 technologies are i.a. smart ventilation system with synergy effect, comprehensive reagent-based technology for water treatment and noise and environmental conditions monitoring system. The statuettes, confirming participation in the project, went to: Dagas, Energo Natura, ENergetyka SOlarna ensol, Far Data, Frapol, M3System, Mielec Diesel GAZ and NIKOL Jan Nikołajuk companies.
‘I am really glad that new eco-leaders joined the GreenEvo Winners. Thus, Polish green technology portfolio includes new eco-friendly solutions, which may save the environment for the future generations. I would also like to emphasize that the awarded technologies − e.g. waste-water treatment, biomas fuel production, and other − not only are environmentally-friendly, but also increase employment and enhance competitiveness of Polish economy.’ – says Marcin Korolec, Minister of the Environment.

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