The Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) fosters technology transfer and deployment at the request of developing countries through three core services: technical assistance, capacity building and scaling up international collaboration. The Centre is the operational arm of the UNFCCC Technology Mechanism, it is hosted and managed by the United Nations Environment and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and supported by almost 500 network partners around the world.
A2N is honored to announce that on June 28, 2019, A2N was granted membership into the CTCN Network (member #N0515).
A2N stands by its pledge to the CTCN, UNEP, UNFCCC, and UNIDO that A2N will abide by its commitment to "play a key role" in significantly reducing climate change "when and where" possible.
A2N achieves this feat by lowering overall air pollution (emissions) from Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) using Patented (USA) and Proprietary technology.
A2Ns mission, "to outfit as many engines in the global 'aftermarket' to achieve the greatest emissions reduction possible". This is to include (but not limited to) cars, trucks, taxis, buses, SUVs, vessels (pleasure craft to tugs, ferries, and Panamax or larger vessels), Gen-sets, excavators, dozers, dumpers, crushers, water pumps, rail, and ultimately commercial aircraft and coal-fired power plants.
A2Ns low-cost, ease of installation and instantaneous reduction of emissions makes A2N technology a favorite among nations burdened with high levels of exhaust emissions as the most practical and economical solution available anywhere in the world today.
A2N is open to collaboration with those seeking to adopt innovative technologies for the specific purpose of reducing air pollution. Interested participants, stakeholders, network members, climate technology financing groups, or those seeking mitigation technologies are all welcome to call on us.
To set-up pilot trials in your country and to better understand associated costs, please contact A2N directly through the 'contact' section below.