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Micro-, small and medium enterprises (MSME) are prominent in sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. MSME in the energy efficiency and renewable energy sectors were implementing innovative, circular, green and sustainable initiatives before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, so they are well-
Promoting Energy Efficiency Standards and Technologies to Enhance Energy Efficiency in BuildingsECE Energy Series No. 60Geneva, 2020Buildings today are responsible for approximately one third of total final energy
Experience in the Europe & CIS Region with Clean Energy -UNDP, GEF and UNECEThe sixth day of October 2016 was a historic day for global efforts to combat climate change. The Paris Agreement entered into
Energy Efficiency – Getting more from less (Booklet - December 2015)Improving energy efficiency contributes to energy security, better environment, quality of life, and economic well-being for all. Energy
Increasing Energy Efficiency to Secure Energy Supplies in the CIS regionThe strengthening of integration processes inthe world economy encourages better interactionand coordination of energy policies of
Strategy Study on Inter-Fuel Substitution implemented in the Kolpashevo municipality (2009)The paper aims to analyze the outlook of implementing inter-fuel substitution in municipal entity «Kolpashevo urban
ISBN 978-92-1-117013-9 ISSN 1014-7225 Sales Number: 09.II.E.17 Series: ECE Energy Series, No.32Investor Interest and Capacity Building Needs (download
This publication addresses the massive investments that will be required in addition to the mobilization of substantial new financial resources that will be needed in order to continue the fight on global climate change. The first part (chapters 1 through 4) provides a review of the
Financing Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Investments for Climate Change Mitigation is one of the sub-regional projects under the umbrella of the Energy Efficiency 21 Project. The countries participating in the project include Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia,
The content of this CD-Rom show that it is possible to identify, develop and finance energy efficiency and renewable energy investments projects that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Eastern Europe and the CIS. This material is intended to reduce some of the uncertainties of
Proceedings of the Seminar on Financing Energy Efficiency Investments. Energy Efficiency Investment Project Business Plans. This guide is designed to facilitate the decision-making process leading to possible investments in energy and climate change mitigation in selected countries: Belarus,