Key learnings from Berytech’s Cleantech Learning Series 2020, which gathered experts and entrepreneurs in weekly webinars to discuss the challenges in the Cleantech sector and how to innovate solutions in waste management, water and wastewater management and renewable energy.
Minister of Environment and Administrative Development learns about Berytech’s ACT Smart Innovation Hub Initiative
The current Minister of Environment and Administrative Development H.E. Damianos Kattar visited Berytech recently to learn more about the activities undertaken under the ACT Smart Innovation Hub Initiative.
Reseco, a smart waste container won first place at the 2020 Berytech e-Hackathon, the first virtual hackathon focusing on clean technology organized under the Cleanergy Program and supported by The Kingdom of The Netherlands.
Berytech has opened applications for its first e-Hackathon, themed cleantech innovation and organized under its Cleanergy Accelerator Program.
Berytech explains the growing trend around the world to address systemic social, economic and environmental problems from a nexus perspective that takes into consideration the interrelatedness and interdependencies between Food, Energy and Water.
Minister of Industry discusses a cooperation project with Berytech to develop sustainable technological and knowledge programs.
In celebration of Earth Day 2020, Marc Aoun from Compost Baladi writes a blog for Berytech on what can be done to reduce greenhouse gasses, waste management in Lebanon and composting at home.
Berytech delves into the different challenges identified by the experts we have been working with. These should inspire Lebanese entrepreneurs and startups to innovate in the sector.
Berytech is gathering key experts alongside successful entrepreneurs in recurring weekly webinars to discuss the challenges in the Cleantech sector and how to innovate solutions.
Berytech speaks to Marc Aoun, co-founder of Compost Baladi, the startup dedicated to bringing decentralized composting and waste management solutions to the Lebanese public.