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22 November 2017

Green prospects for doing business in Greece

- Polish companies sell green technologies to 30 countries, they certainly will find many customers in Greece, where such innovations are needed - PAIH president Tomasz Pisula stated. The Agency’s chief attended a business mission to Greece organized on the occasion of President Andrzej Duda official visit. As many as 29 businessmen representing green technologies among other sectors came to Athens.

Greece has started implementation of the UE directive Waste Framework Directive. It is estimated that expenditures related to this process will total EUR 5bn by 2022. The objective of all activities is  to limit negative effects caused by waste generation and management. This issue concerns the whole country and its touristic locations in particular, in consequence green technologies could be applied there very effectively.

 


Poland is strongly counting on modern technology. I would like us to develop technological ideas within the EU, also in cooperation with our Greek partner.

 

This is a huge business opportunity for Polish innovative companies whose develop green technologies. Among our top export products in this sector are ecological briquette, energy-saving and passive houses building technologies as well as backyard sewage plant technologies - president T. Pisula pointed out during the Green Technologies Business Forum in Athens.

 


Polish companies sell green technologies to 30 countries, they certainly will find many customers in Greece, where such innovations are needed.

 

He added that Polish companies could be a part of governmental investment projects in such priority sectors as: energy, ITC, pharmaceuticals, food and drink, environmental protection and management. Pisula also announced opening PAIH trade office in Athens in the near future.

On the occasion of the Forum PAIH formalized partnership with its Greek counterpart - Enterprise Greece by signing a MoU.

 


On the occasion of the Forum PAIH formalized partnership with its Greek counterpart - Enterprise Greece by signing a MoU.

 

During the event Poland’s Solaris Bus & Coach and Greece’s Public Power Corporation signed the MoU on cooperation regarding electric urban transportation. - Poland is strongly counting on modern technology. Our skilled and highly qualified engineers work in prominent R&D centres around the world. I would like us to develop technological ideas within the EU, also in cooperation with our Greek partner - Poland’s president stressed. Andrzej Duda also said that Poland is dedicated to sustainable development, therefore it is engaged in developing green technologies. The president also express his hopes for a significant growth in bilateral trade volume which could reach USD 2bn by 2019. (PAIH)

 

 



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