Polish startups obtained 4.65% of the total financing of climate technologies in Central and Eastern Europe in the period from 2013 to the first half of 2021, according to the PwC report "Net Zero Future50", prepared in cooperation with Wolves Summit. "According to the data contained in the report, investments in climate technologies in Central and Eastern Europe increased from USD 10.6 million in 2013 to USD 398 million in 2020 and over USD 502 million only in the first half of 2021. - In the period from 2013 to the first half of 2021, more than USD 1.76 billion was invested in climate technologies, the investments are strongly concentrated in specific areas, therefore there are still further opportunities for growth and diversification in the region "- reads the release on report. The study found that investments in climate technologies have been steadily increasing, with more than $ 1.76 billion invested between 2013 and the first half of 2021. This growth is mainly driven by mega-transactions (worth over $ 100 million) in sectors such as mobility and transportation, and industry, manufacturing, and resource management. Central and Eastern Europe is responsible for approx. 3.73% of global greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time, the region's share in global investments in climate technologies is only 0.79%. Given that many countries in Central and Eastern Europe are showing positive economic growth, it is crucial to secure more funding for the development of decarbonisation technologies in the region, underlined. Source
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