Technical assessments identify energy cost savings, energy and water efficiency, and opportunities for renewable energy in factories.
Developing the business case of garment factories, including professional mentoring in technical and financial modelling and strategic sustainability planning.
Delivering training to factories in sustainable energy management, sustainable energy assessments, and monitoring and verification is to ensure the long-term success of the project.
Facilitating engagement with factories, government counterparts, brands, and financial institutions, to build a platform for sustainable development.
Promoting the switch to sustainable energy practices
Switch Garment “Promotion of sustainable energy practices in the garment sector in Cambodia” is a four-year project co-funded by the European Union through the SWITCH-Asia programme. The project aims to increase the competitiveness of Cambodian garment factories and decrease the industry’s environmental impact through the adoption of sustainable energy practices and facilitating investments in cleaner technologies.
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