The following business Plan has been designed to provide basic information investors and financiers need in order to consider a water pumping project using renewable energy which reduces emissions of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere.
Lessons and Guidance on Securing financing for RE/EE projects in Southern Africa through Gold Standard Carbon RevenuesType:Publication
This guidance document outlines the challenges experienced by the REEEP SSN project team inherent in financing and transacting RE/EE carbon projects in sub-Saharan Africa. Learnings and guidance from these experiences emphasize the development of clear and robust business plans in order to attract investors, the careful consideration and use of carbon financing to minimize transaction costs and to assist in project sustainability and promotion, and the potential that programmatic and bundling approaches hold for the region.
Presentation of CDM experiences in Eastern Europe
Research summary of current situation in Chinese petrochemical industry
Training Materials for Biogas Project Operation Managers
A GHG profile of city of Yogyakarta based on an inventory of different emission sources in the city. An action for plan for targeted RE and EE measures has been developed for the city based on the findings of the GHG inventory. A guide for developing a GHG inventory for a city has been developed as part of this project as well and can be found in this database as well "Guideline on preparing a city-level emissions inventory, analysis and process for RE and EE Programmes".
The document outlines a roadmap for full scale deployment of RE in buildings in Changjian River region. The current status of RE in buildings is reviewed and the experiences of Chinese city level demonstration projects are analysed. Further, the RE resources in the region is analysed - concluding the suitability of Solar Water Heaters (SWH) and Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs). Recommendations for policy measures are made.
Catalysing Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Service Delivery Kenya- Feasibility study frameworkType:PublicationPublication date:Sectors:
Water services in Kenya are often inadequate, unsafe and unsustainable. The arid and semi-arid and poor peri-urban areas are mostly vulnerable and are largely characterized by low water services provision and severe water scarcity, where the demand substantially surpasses its availability. Additionally, climate change is expected to significantly impact on water availability and therefore creating the needs of climate proof investments for improved water access in underserved areas in Kenya.
Objective of Study
Catalysing Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Service Delivery Kenya- Report on Feasibility study frameworkType:PublicationPublication date:Sectors:
The pre-feasibility study considers identifying the contextual features that allow use or limit the viability of selected technologies in areas (counties) with less developed infrastructure within the wider view of sustainable water supply. This includes people's attitudes and preferences, institutional and financial opportunities and barriers, as well as relevance of technologies in enhancing sustainable water supply.
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This report is one of the outcomes of CTCN’s technology support for strengthening Bangkok’s Early Warning System to respond to climate induced flooding. It includes a mapping and understanding of the existing BMA data management system.