The project was developed to strengthen the capacity of the Syrian Arab Republic to implement and sustain long-term energy efficiency efforts that will have positive impacts on both global and local environments. The project was expected to contribute to the development objective through the creation of a multi-purpose Syrian Energy Services Centre (SECS) and a National Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP) and by improving supply-side efficiency through the demostration of Efficiency Management Systems and Maintenance Management Systems (EMS/MMS) at the Banias Power Plant. The initial project design proposed 29 project outputs under the five project objectives, which were slightly redesigned after the mid term evaluation following the evaluation recommendarions.
Other Energy Efficiency
Middle East and North Africa