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Sectors: Agriculture - Fisheries, Energy, Environment, Local development, Research

Beneficiaries: Agencies Chambers, Development NGOs, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, SMEs

Regions: Africa-Carribean-Pacific, Candidate countries, European Economic Area, European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Responsible: European Commission

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The global Objective of this Call for Proposals is to reduce the vulnerability of the Namibian rural population to the adverse impacts of climate change.

Priorities and funded actions:

Objective
– To promote and support mitigation strategies and sustainable actions that contribute to renewable energy usage and energy use efficiency in rural communities of Namibia.

Priorities
– Enhancing the regulatory framework and investment climate for renewable energy in Namibia;
– Promoting the use and/or generation of renewable forms of energy in rural areas;
– Promoting energy efficiency and saving measures in rural areas

Among financed actions
– Policy analysis, and identification of regulatory and governance frameworks and bottlenecks to investment in the renewables sector and other mitigation measures.
– Proposing improvement measures to promote access and availability of sustainable renewable energy.
– Creating partnerships with private sector for investment, awareness raising and advocacy campaigns to promote mitigation measures, including 
– Increasing access to energy in rural areas
– Investing in replicable solar energy generation projects.
– Research and investment to harness wind energy.
– Reduction of greenhouse gases emission from the agricultural sector through efficient energy use.
– Green hybridisation of existing systems