Debido a los turbulentos y desafiantes tiempos en los que nos encontramos, clim@ 2020 tendrá lugar virtualmente el 2 de junio de 2020 a las 14.00 CET.

Este año, más de 200 empresas de nueva creación o sea startups de 59 países de todo el mundo se presentaron a la competición clim@ con enfoques de financiación, modelos de negocios o conceptos de sensibilización innovadores.

Participe en el evento de lanzamiento virtual clim@ el 2 de junio de 2020, donde los 15 finalistas se presentarán con sus ideas para inspirarle a usted y a un destacado jurado de inversores y expertos en innovación.

Los finalistas, con soluciones climáticas innovadoras y escalables, se presentarán ante un jurado de 5 miembros, seguido de una ronda de preguntas. Los ganadores serán anunciados en vivo al final del evento.

Combinado Consult tiene el honor de apoyar el concurso clim@ como climate action ambassador y miembro de la red de socios.

No pierdas la oportunidad de unirte a nosotros y ver y apoyar a los líderes climáticos innovadores en acción.

Siga este enlace para registrarse en clim@ 2020

Después de su registro recibirá los detalles para seguir el evento en línea a su debido tiempo. Tenga en cuenta que, debido a la capacidad limitada, sólo los participantes inscritos pueden ver el evento.


About clim@ competition:

Initiated by the Green for Growth Fund (GGF), the clim@ competition targets businesses that have the potential to deliver powerful climate benefits and that deserve support and recognition.You are warmly invited to follow the event online and to hear from companies that are bringing fresh ideas to revolutionise the future of sustainable energy, resource efficiency and the circular economy.

clim@ is organized by Finance in Motion GmbH on behalf of the GGF and sponsored by the European Commission (EU4Energy) and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).


Applications for the 2020 clim@ competition have closed with more than 200 applications received from 59 countries, showcasing innovative business ideas that have the power to fight climate change and protect our environment across four broad themes: renewable energy, energy efficiency, circular economy solutions, and improved resource management. With a focus in 2020 on market-ready ideas from advanced start-ups and established businesses, the high level of interest is particularly exciting.

This would not have been possible without the support of more than 30 partners within the network.


The GGF helps reduce the use of energy and resources and prevent CO2 emissions. It pursues this goal by providing dedicated financing to businesses and households across 19 markets in the Southeast Europe Region including Turkey, the European Neighborhood Region-East, and the Middle East and North Africa. By using a blended finance structure and working through local partner institutions, the GGF is able to raise awareness and implement green finance activities. The fund combines its financial offering with tailored technical assistance that helps build capacity and which brings energy efficiency measures, renewable energy, and improved resource management toward the mainstream. In addition, by managing the environmental and social (E&S) risks associated with its investments, the fund sets standards for its partners and supports them to enhance their own E&S management systems, as required.

The GGF was initiated as a public-private partnership in December 2009 by Germany’s KfW Development Bank and the European Investment Bank, with financial support from the European Commission, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and the Austrian Development Bank (OeEB). The fund’s growing investor base comprises donor agencies, international financial institutions and institutional private investors, including the International Finance Corporation, the Dutch development bank FMO, and the German ethical bank GLS. The GGF is advised by Finance in Motion GmbH. MACS Management & Consulting Services GmbH, Frankfurt am Main acts as the technical advisor.

For more information, see and follow us on Twitter @GreenGrowthFund


The GGF Technical Assistance Facility (TAF) plays a key role in supporting the Fund’s promotion of energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RE) by providing targeted technical assistance to financial institutions and project developers in conjunction with GGF funding. The facility operates hand in hand with the GGF, complementing its investments with the following activities: capacity building and training for GGF partners; validation and monitoring of energy savings and CO2 emission reductions; strategic advice to the Fund’s managers based on research and analysis; increasing the awareness and acceptance of EE/RE solutions in the financial sector and among the public.