Dec 6, 2023
Navigating the Greenzone: Key Takeaways from COP28...
LightMirror, a Lithuanian clean-tech startup, attended the 28th annual Conference of the Parties (COP28) held in Dubai. The company was part of the Global Scale-Up Programme 3.0 (GSUP 3), an initiative by the GovTech Global Alliance aimed at sourcing and scaling Climatetech solutions for global public service applications.
A Global Stage for ClimateTech Innovations
COP28 served as a global platform for 18 companies, including LightMirror, to showcase their innovative solutions to policymakers, procurers, and investors from around the world. The conference also facilitated key ministerial engagements between members, fostering a collaborative environment for climate action.
LightMirror's participation in COP28 was marked by a compelling presentation of their startup, on the Climate Action Innovation Zone stage. The pitch, delivered by Dimitri, highlighted the company's innovative approach to harnessing sunlight. The pitch is now available on YouTube, providing a global audience with insights into LightMirror's groundbreaking work.
Building Bridges for Global Impact
The conference served as a catalyst for LightMirror to strengthen its ties with the Lithuanian government and establish connections with global stakeholders.
A Bright Future Ahead
The connections made at COP28 have opened up numerous opportunities for LightMirror. While the full impact of these connections is yet to be realized, the company is optimistic about the potential for global expansion and collaboration. As LightMirror continues to innovate and push the boundaries of clean technology, its participation in COP28 marks a significant milestone in its journey towards a sustainable future.