KOSGEB Will Adapt Its Support Mechanisms to "Green Development"
KOSGEB President Hasan Basri Kurt stated that reports will be prepared on issues such as the conversion of inefficient engines and the elimination of heat losses for each enterprise. Expressing that one of the most important factors triggering the disasters and extreme natural events we experience is global climate change, Kurt said that all institutions in Turkey have made important breakthroughs in this issue. Noting that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his wife Emine Erdoğan are making very serious efforts regarding recycling, reducing emissions and circular economy, Kurt stated that President Erdoğan demonstrated how serious Turkey is on this issue in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly. . Emphasizing that KOSGEB will be one of the institutions that show the fastest response to this issue, Kurt explained that they have ongoing studies on circular economy and reducing emissions. “Reducing Emissions in the Priority Industry” Kurt stated that they are also working on electric motor conversions, "We will make this issue much more institutional and adapt the environment and green development to all support mechanisms in a way. We have formed a working group within ourselves. We work in coordination with the relevant ministries." said. Expressing that they will also make various support plans for green transformation in addition to the working group, Kurt said: "For us, the priority will be to reduce emissions in the industry. We will provide free on-site 'energy efficiency consultancy' support to companies in order to raise awareness about emission reduction. Our SMEs will benefit from a consultancy support that will be covered entirely by us. For every business, on issues such as the conversion of inefficient engines and the elimination of heat losses. Reports will be prepared. KOSGEB will cover all the costs here. According to the results of these reports, we are preparing a separate support package for our enterprises to change machine equipment and improve their own processes."