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Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), together with Geres and the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC), is implementing the project “Promotion of sustainable energy practices in the garment sector in Cambodia”. The four-year project is funded by the European Union through the SWITCH-Asia programme which currently implements projects promoting sustainable consumption and production in 24 countries across the region.

The project promotes clean energy practices – including energy efficiency but also rooftop solar and sustainable biomass – in garment factories in Cambodia. The project also works with banks and energy service providers to increase the supply of technologies, services, and financial solutions for sustainable energy in manufacturing. Finally, the implementing partners work with the Cambodian government to strengthen the regulatory framework for clean energy in manufacturing.

OUR FOCUS

Increasing the competitiveness of Cambodian garment factories and decreasing the industry's environmental footprint

STIMULATING DEMAND

By raising awareness among factories around the strong business case for clean energy, we work to stimulate demand for sustainable energy technologies in garment manufacturing. 

GREEN SOLUTIONS

Working with banks and energy service providers, we increase the supply of technologies, services and financial solutions for sustainable energy in manufacturing.

STRENGTHENING REGULATIONS

Building a strong regulatory framework for clean energy in Cambodian manufacturing by working closely with the Royal Government of Cambodia.

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