Clean technology innovation in response to climate change

At SOCAR transport fleet in Baku, UNDP introduces a new eco-driving simulator, which will be used to train over 1,000 drivers in Azerbaijan. Photo/Elchin Muradov

BAKU, 2 March 2018 – As millennials become more and more ecologically conscious, companies around the world increasingly look for innovative solutions to enhance the energy efficiency of their transport potential and promote sustainability-driven behaviours and interventions. In Azerbaijan, where much of the economy is heavily dependent on oil and gas revenues, the Government has demonstrated strong interest in reducing the country’s carbon emission footprint. In line with this vision, UNDP and Azerbaijan’s State Oil Company (SOCAR) work together to mainstream environmentally friendly driving habits through training and the application of smart technologies.

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