The High-Level Technology Fund team has released the HLTF fact sheet that highlights the fund’s milestones since its establishment in 2017.
Mongolia is implementing a new road safety management strategy for its regional road corridors. Measures include installing wire-rope median barriers to prevent head-on collisions in the busiest national highway section of Ulaanbaatar-Darkhan.
This is part of the Regional Road Development Management Project supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), which aims to preserve and improve important regional road sections linking Mongolia’s capital with the People’s Republic of China and the Russian Federation. ADB’s High-Level Technology Fund is financing the wire-rope median barriers. Read more…
Pakistan is deploying high-level technologies and climate-resilient power transmission systems to generate a more stable and secure electricity supply.
With funding support from the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) High-Level Technology Fund, the country will build its first large-scale, grid-connected Lithium-Ion Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) to dispatch intermittent renewable energy and improve transmission network stability. Read more…
Maldives is exploring the use of high-level technologies to support a national single window system that will make it faster and more efficient to trade with other countries in South Asia and beyond.
Backed by the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) High-Level Technology Fund, the South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation National Single Window Project will pilot the use of blockchain technology to improve trade facilitation and supply chain management.
The High-Level Technology Fund supports the introduction of advanced digital technologies in international trade to improve trustworthiness, efficiency, and timeliness of local and regional supply chains. Read more…
Development Challenge 1: Efficient Heating and/or Cooling Solutions
1. African Clean Energy
2. Asano Taiseikiso Engineering
3. CSIRO Team
4. GreenA Consultants
5. Rice Straw Biogas
Development Challenge 2: Artificial Intelligence for Energy Demand Management
1. BeeBryte – Energy Intelligence
3. EverComm Singapore
4. Village Energy
Development Challenge 3: Renewable Energy-Based Microgrids
1. Alpha/Outback – DGrid – Sesame
5. Ultra Low-Head Hydro Mini-grid
Shortlisted companies will be contacted individually on the next steps of the challenge. They must submit their proposal before 27 May 2020, 12 p.m. (Philippine time).
Thank you to all participants! The selection committee appreciates the time you invested in your proposal. We encourage you to apply and take part in future challenges.
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Call for expressions of interest for the energy TIC is now closed. Submitted proposals are now under review.
To get updates on the future technology innovation challenge, please check this page regularly.
We are happy to announce that the Call for Expressions of Interest (EOI) on Technology Innovation Challenge (Energy) is now open!
Three grants will be awarded to innovative technology solutions. The selected proposal will receive a maximum of US$500,000 grant. Technology providers must co-finance at least 10% of the total cost.
To submit your proposal, click here.
Deadline: 15 November 2019, 12:00 p.m. (UTC +08)
To learn more about the Technology Innovation Challenge, visit our website.
We look forward to receiving your innovative applications!
Maldives, a popular tourist destination, is experiencing continued urbanization and growth momentum. Without an organized and sustainable waste management system, it could face worse environmental, public health, and economic problems.
ADB’s Greater Malé Environmental Improvement and Waste Management Project is supporting the Government of Maldives in developing an advanced climate- and disaster-resilient waste management system from collection to disposal. Through the support of ADB’s High-Level Technology Fund, Maldives is learning best solid waste management practices from Japanese experts and exploring a partnership with Japan to improve Maldives’ capacity in managing high-level technology for waste management.
HLT Fund’s Team Leader Ayato Kurokawa shared the available opportunities for technology providers through the support of the HLT Fund at the 10th ADB Business Opportunities Fair (BOF). Kurokawa also discussed the HLT Fund’s overall structure and activities.
The ADB BOF is a one-stop forum for consultants, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, and civil society organizations looking to provide goods, works, and services for ADB projects. It has proven to be an excellent opportunity to network with peers in the industry and with ADB specialists in the agriculture, environment, energy, public management, finance, transport, water, urban development, health, and education sectors.