Sectors: Co-op & Development, Energy, Environment, Local development, New technologies
Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Corporations, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, SMEs
Regions: European Union
Category: Call for proposals
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Responsible: European Commission
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Funds for: Promoting renewable energy services and mitigation to climate change
Main beneficiaries: public authority, international organisation
Priorities and funded actions:
– Promote renewable energy strategies and systems that promote energy efficiency, innovations and support to livelihoods for poor off-grid and un-electrified households in rural communities of the Philippines with positive impact on climate change adaptation and mitigation
– Developing and promoting rural household and community services access to renewable energy technology and systems including promotion of energy efficiency and energy saving measures;
– Generation of renewable forms of energy in rural areas in support to livelihoods and sustainable job creation opportunities for the poor and marginalised;
– Supporting and promoting adoption of disaster resilient energy solutions, approaches structures and systems;
– Raising renewable energy (RE) awareness, induce behavioural changes on adoption of best available RE practices among community and policy makers segments
Among financed actions
– Training of stakeholders;
– Design and implementation of a Monitoring and Evaluation plan, to be reflected in an institutional policy dialogue process with the sector’s decision makers at different levels;
– Design of a disaster resilience energy emergency strategic approach and plan (including pilot testing of disaster resilient systems) to ensure provision of basic energy needs to most critical services in the aftermath of natural disaster