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Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions

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The information presented in the NAMA database is collected from publically available information on NAMAs and NAMA related activities. It does not represent official submissions and may not reflect the priorities of the country government.

  Stage Sector name Sub-sector Objective
NAMA in the Municipal Solid Waste Sector Under development Waste This NAMA has a threefold objective. It aims to help the collection and utilization or flare of landfill gas, establish an institutional framework for solid waste management, and apply waste to energy.
NAMA in the Private Road Transport Sector – Fuel Efficient Vehicles (FEVs) Under development Transport This NAMA has a threefold objective. It aims to establish an institutional framework for a scrappage programme, prepare a scrappage programme and define an incentive scheme, and implement the scrappage programme.

Feasibility studies for NAMAs

  Stage Sector name Sub-sector Objective
Reducing GHG emission factor of electrical sector in Lebanon Feasibility study Energy Energy efficiency The objective is to improve the performance of Lebanese electricity production, covering the existing objectives set out in the government strategy for the electricity sector, and to mobilise financial resources to help reduce the emission factor of electricity production in Lebanon by 40%.
Public transport development in Lebanon Feasibility study Transport This aim is to modernize the transport system which today depends on a large share of old passenger vehicles.
Scaling up RE and EE in the Lebanese building sector Feasibility study Buildings Energy efficiency(residential)
Energy efficiency (public and commercial)
Alternative fuels
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.



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