Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar Heat Efficiency Project

The Ulaanbaatar Heat Efficiency Project was developed to address numerous deficiencies and shortcomings in the heat supply as identified in the late 1990s. The district heating system (DHS) suffered from insufficient heat supply in many areas, hydraulic imbalance, huge water losses, as well as lack of automatic controls and energy meters. The Ulaanbaatar DHS was initially constructed in 1959. It was based on supply of hot water produced at three combined heat and power plants (CHPs): Thermal Energy Station (TES) 2, TES 3, and TES 4.

Area of Evaluation: 

Mitigation

Thematic Cluster: 

Energy efficiency

Theme of Evaluation: 

Building Energy Efficiency

Sub Cluster: 

Building energy efficiency

GEF Funding: 

No

Level of Evaluation: 

Country

Region: 

East Asia and Pacific

Type of Evaluation: 

Project Completion Report

Country: 

Mongolia

Institution: 

ADB