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NAMAs in the sector

  Country Type of action Objective
Energy efficient public buildings and housing in Armenia Armenia Strategy/Policy To promote improved energy efficiency, the NAMA project will target the following key objectives:

- Support the policy, regulatory, institutional, and market transformation leading to a higher level of energy efficiency of structures and decreased GHG emissions from the building sector. - Contribute to improved energy performance of public buildings in health, educational, cultural and other sectors, improving comfort level, cutting public budget allocations for energy bills, while improving the overall quality of public services. - Support the provision of adequate and affordable housing in Armenia using integrated building design concept, and contribute in reducing the total costs for operation of buildings, decreasing public costs and costs for the users/clients. - Contribute to the development objectives of Armenia (environment, economic, and social), related to the construction and building sector. - Support transformational change to a low-emission development path in the longer term.

- Contribute to improving Armenia’s energy security.
Low-carbon end-use sectors in Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Strategy/Policy The specific objective of the project is to support SOCAR in the development and implementation of selected programmatic NAMAs in the low-carbon end-use sectors, where pilot investments will be directed into low energy and low carbon technologies that are so far missing on a large scale on the Azeri market.
Sustainable and energy efficient building of Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Banja Luka Bosnia & Herzegovina Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is the construction of energy efficient buildings of the Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy in Banja Luka.
Transit-oriented development Colombia Strategy/Policy The Colombian NAMA aims to construct lasting infrastructure and buildings that will lock in efficient land use and travel patterns.
NAMA Habitat Colombia Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to improve planning, coordination and intervention of improvement measures in urban areas.
Low Carbon Urban and Housing NAMA Costa Rica Strategy/Policy Increase efficiency and decrease emissions from urban housing sector
Low Carbon Climate Resilient Development Strategy in Dominica Dominica Strategy/Policy Support the implementation of the Low Carbon Climate Resilient Development Strategy
Low Carbon Buildings in Georgia Georgia Strategy/Policy The NAMA is aimed at long term transformation of building energy efficiency with a first focus on building readiness to create the necessary regulatory structures to support the nationwide adoption of deep energy efficient refurbishment and rehabilitation of the existing building stock.
Smart Street Lighting Initiative (SSLI) Indonesia Not known Increasing the energy efficiency of street lighting by substituting conventional street lighting systems with more efficient street lighting technologies in Indonesian cities and urban areas.
Solar PV Pilot Project in Government Buildings of DKI Jakarta Indonesia Project Sixteen 20 kW solar PV will be installed at the government building of DKI Jakarta.
Utilization of Use Cooking Oil Biodiesel in Commercial Buildings in Bogor City Indonesia Not known To promote the substitution of petroleum-based diesel by carb-neutral biodiesel made from used cooking oil in the commercial building sector in Bogor City. The used cooking oil is to be collected from the building sector such as hotels, malls, restaurants and hospitals in Bogor City.
Energy Efficiency Measures in City Hall/DPRD DKI Jakarta Office Indonesia Project This NAMA project focuses on an effort of Government of DKI Jakarta to implement energy efficiency measures in a new office building, City Hall /DPRD DKI Jakarta, in order to achieve Green Building criteria.
Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions for Low-carbon Urban Development in Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Project The Project supports the identification, design, and implementation of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the urban sector. NAMAs, consisting of investments in infrastructure supported by capacity building, awareness raising and technical assistance, will contribute to achieving the country’s GHG emission reduction voluntary target while improving urban services and the quality of life of citizens in Kazakh towns and cities. The project is the first effort in Kazakhstan to adopt a comprehensive approach to reduce GHG emissions in cities.
Implementation of Feed-in Tariff Mechanism Malaysia Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to implement a Feed-in tariff Mechanism in Malaysia.
Low Emission Schools Mexico Project Low Emission Schools Programme aims to empower students to effectively influence their communities on climate change and sustainability , while reducing CO2 emissions within the school.
NAMA in the urban residential sector Mexico Strategy/Policy To achieve nation-wide emissions reductions through deployment of sustainable houses, solid waste, water, sewage and public lighting infrastructure funded partly through the development of carbon credits.
NAMA in the commercial refrigeration sector Mexico Not known This NAMA aims at a broader sector transformation to low GWP refrigerants and energy efficient equipment in the commercial refrigeration sector.
Domestic Refrigerators NAMA Mexico Strategy/Policy Decrease emissions from refrigeration through efficiency increase and phase-out of HCFs in the sector
NAMA for sustainable housing in Mexico Mexico Strategy/Policy The aim of NAMA is to supplement on-going initiatives for energy-efficient housing as laid out in Mexico's Special Climate Change Programme and as currently operated by INFONAVIT. The two objectives of the NAMA are:
1. Extend penetration of basic efficiency standards to the entire new housing market in Mexico
2. Upgrade efficiency standards to more ambitious levels
NAMA for Sustainable Housing Retrofit Mexico Strategy/Policy This NAMA seeks to maximize the efficiency of water, electricity and gas consumption in existing homes. The housing retrofit NAMA is based on a “whole house approach” where efficiency benchmarks are set for total primary energy demand for each building type taking into account climatic variables. This approach includes a simple and cost-effective MRV system, and enables building developers and homeowners to employ a flexible range of interventions to achieve the performance standard desired. It enables a holistic and systematic methodology to energy efficient refurbishment of the building stock. Furthermore, it ensures the continuation of on-going activities and programs.
NAMA for New Residential Buildings in Mexico Mexico Strategy/Policy The NAMA mitigates emissions in the residential sector by improving electrical, fossil fuel, and water efficiency. These improvements are achieved through deployment of eco-technologies, proliferation of design improvements, and utilization of efficient building materials.
NAMA in the construction sector Mongolia Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to facilitate market transformation for energy efficiency in the construction sector.
Energy Efficient Lighting in Residential, Commercial, Industrial and Outdoors Sectors Pakistan Strategy/Policy Contribute to energy security and emission reductions through energy efficient lighting.
Accelerating the Market Transformation to Energy Efficient Lighting Pakistan Strategy/Policy The main activities of NAMA proposal includes the development and enforcement of a National Efficient Lighting Strategy, including minimum energy performance standards (MEPS); monitoring, verification, and enforcement; environmentally sound management (ESM); and communication and distribution campaign showing the benefits of high efficiency LEDs. The support from the proposed NAMA will provide both the design and implementation. Additionally, the project will establish a revolving loan fund (RLF) to accelerate the transition to efficient lighting products.
NAMA in the housing sector Peru Strategy/Policy Reduction of GHG emissions through mitigation actions in the area of low carbon housing
Promoting the use of Renewable Energy Solution for Households and Buildings in Rwanda Rwanda Strategy/Policy Promote the use of solar water heaters and standalone solar powered lighting kits in rural and urban households and buildings
Use of Solar energy for domestic hot water production in Heat plant “Cerak” in Belgrade Serbia Not known Install solar water heaters to reduce emissions from space heating and domestic hot water use
Introduction of metering system and billing on the basis of measured consumption in district heating systems in Serbia Serbia Strategy/Policy Enhance energy efficiency in households and commercial sector by installing adequate metering systems for district heat
Improvement of old residential buildings envelope Serbia Strategy/Policy Rehabilitation of about 10% of the existing residential buildings in Serbia that were built in the period from 1950’s to 1980’s, what is approximately 10 millions square meters of houses and apartments buildings
Energy Efficiency Improvements in Public Buildings Serbia Strategy/Policy The overall goal of the Project is to provide optimal conditions for the people living and working in public buildings in an energy efficient and sustainable manner.
Support to Sierra Leone Preparation of NAMA Sierra Leone Strategy/Policy The objective is to reflect the country concerns in addressing the issues of climate change and build on sectoral synergies to enable emission reduction starting 2016.
Sustainable Settlement Facility South Africa Strategy/Policy Establish subsidised and gap housing in South Africa as low carbon, removing significant future demand from the coal dominated South African grid.
Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings Programme (EEPBP) South Africa Strategy/Policy The objective of the NAMA is to identify and implement energy efficiency measures in buildings of the public sector in a consistent and replicable manner.
Energy conservation in the building sector Tunisia Strategy/Policy The proposed NAMA aims to increase the uptake of energy efficiency and renewable energy measures across the building sector
Solar Thermal NAMA Uruguay Strategy/Policy Finance the installation of solar collectors for the Uruguay Solar Plan.
Sustainable Housing Programme Uruguay Not known The objective of this NAMA is to reduce electricity consumption of households and thereby emissions from electricty generation for the national grid. The NAMA is to be integrated in a governmental programme with plans to build 20 000 new homes in the low income sector. These houses are to be equiped with solar water heaters and compact fluorescent lamps (CFL).

Feasibility studies

  Country Type of action Objective
Energy efficiency in residential buildings Algeria Strategy/Policy Increase energy efficiency in new and existing residential buildings using mature technologies.
Scaling up RE and EE in the Lebanese building sector Lebanon Strategy/Policy The objective is to achieve significant improvements in energy efficiency, and an increase in the use of renewable energy in the buildings sector in greater Beirut, leading to a decrease of energy consumption and a reduction of GHG emissions. These improvements re to be achieved mainly through the use of solar PV for residential and commercial buildings, solar water heating (SWH) installations and other energy efficiency measures.
Residential buildings energy efficiency in Morocco Morocco Strategy/Policy Incorporate several measures to incentivize the uptake of solar hot water systems, accelerate the adoption of compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL), implement measures related to the thermal performance of buildings and incorporate energy efficiency labeling of appliances.
NAMA for the construction sector in Peru Peru Strategy/Policy Reduce the carbon footprint of the construction industry:
  • Achieve a a 20% reduction in GHG emissions compared to the baseline for the brick sector by 2020
  • Achieve a 10% reduction in GHG emissions in the cement sector by 2020;
  • Achieve an allocation of 5% of the Green Code budget to the 'Mi Vivienda' and 'Techo Propio' programmes, which promote home ownership.