The state sector in Belarus accounts for over 68% of the country's total energy and fuel consumption. As such, the need to reduce the state sector's energy and fuel consumption serves as the main driver for this Project. The goal is to reduce GHG emissions through the removal of key barriers to the adoption of energy efficient (EE) improvements in the state sector. To achieve this goal, the Project was designed with a number of expected project outcomes: Increased incentives for state organizations to invest in EE; Financial resources available to the state sector for energy efficiency investment are used more efficiently.Project successes throughout Belarus are sustained and replicated.
Other Energy Efficiency
Europe and Central Asia