Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV)

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TTGV was established in 1991 as a Civil Society Organization (CSO) in order to increase the competitive power Turkish Industry had in international markets and to support the development of technology-driven “inovation” in all fields.  TTGV’s main support, that involving recycling and executive contributions, has provided important benefits to this day for Turkey’s R&D, which has increased through the “multiplier effect”, by promoting increased public fund expenditures in the national private sector R&D.

TTGV provides support to “Research and Development Projects”, “Technological Entreprenuership Projects”, and “Environment Projects”.

In regards to the Support for Environment Projects, the TTGV, with the means of the World Bank and UNIDO, supported various transformation projects under The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, now environment technology, energy-efficiency and renewable energy projects are supported with the current funds of the TTGV.

The aims of the Support for Environment Technologies are increasing firm competitive power and lowering the effects firms have on the environment as much as possible, both of which being accomplished by reviewing all production processes keeping in mind the principle that the consumption of energy, water, and raw-material should be minimized and as well as the production of waste.  This support mechanism contributes to the dissemination of the goals of the Joint Programme since the concept of cleaner production exactly matches these goals.

TTGV was established in 1991 as a Civil Society Organization (CSO) in order to increase the competitive power Turkish Industry had in international markets and to support the development of technology-driven “inovation” in all fields.  TTGV’s main support, that involving recycling and executive contributions, has provided important benefits to this day for Turkey’s R&D, which has increased through the “multiplier effect”, by promoting increased public fund expenditures in the national private sector R&D.
TTGV provides support to “Research and Development Projects”, “Technological Entreprenuership Projects”, and “Environment Projects”.
In regards to the Support for Environment Projects, the TTGV, with the means of the World Bank and UNIDO, supported various transformation projects under The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, now environment technology, energy-efficiency and renewable energy projects are supported with the current funds of the TTGV.
The aims of the Support for Environment Technologies are increasing firm competitive power and lowering the effects firms have on the environment as much as possible, both of which being accomplished by reviewing all production processes keeping in mind the principle that the consumption of energy, water, and raw-material should be minimized and as well as the production of waste.  This support mechanism contributes to the dissemination of the goals of the Joint Programme since the concept of cleaner production exactly matches these goals.

www.ttgv.org.tr