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What is servitization, and how can it help save the planet?

The servitization of cooling is already saving 36,000 tonnes of CO2 a year Image: Jose Antonio Gallego Vázquez / Unsplash

Dimitris Karamitsos

Senior Energy Efficiency Business Developer Specialist, Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE)

Thomas Motmans

Sustainable Energy Finance Specialist, Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE)

Veronica Corno

Climate Finance Project and Communications Officer, Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE)

Carla Della Maggiora

Senior Climate Change and Environmental Finance Specialist, Basel Agency for Sustainable Energy (BASE)

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