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Accelerated geothermal electricity development +Improved energy security; increased power for economic growth; greater energy security.
Accelerating the Market Transformation to Energy Efficient Lighting +Further transformational change occurs in the financial sector as the capacities of banking institutions is increased in relation to energy efficiency financing, allowing for larger availability of financing for energy efficiency projects. The RLF will allow for fast action, as the RLF for efficient lighting projects will be part of the existing Pakistan Energy Conservation Fund (ECF), which has experience in implementing a RLF in transport sector. Since the ECF as the administrative capacity and skills, it will allow energy efficiency lighting projects to be funded in the first year of implementation.
Adaptation and Mitigation Initiatives in Rice Cultivation +* job creation

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Bio-energy generation and greenhouse-gases mitigation though organic-waste utilization +*New business activities will be generated regarding bio-gas system installation, repair and maintenance. *Awareness about the potential carbon revenue that can be generated from the installation of biogas plants at dairy farms. *It is expected that this project will provide opportunities for partnership among investors, financial institutions, and technology suppliers.
Biogas for onsite power generation for medium/large pig Farms +* job creation * impacts on balance of payments * national energy self-sufficiency •Incremental reduction on the need for new build power plants at a national level •Increasing the income of pig farm •diversification of energy supply
Burkina Faso Biomass Energy NAMA Support +The project aims to channel money from various sources into the sector, such as FIP, Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) and private funds.

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CSP NAMA +CSP technology can mitigate the negative impacts of fossil fuel price volatility and increase consumer energy security.
Car Fleet Renewal in Mexico +The reduction of the average age of the national vehicle fleet (aiming to reduce its age from 14.8 to 11.2 years). The creation of new job posts related with the automotive sector and the accounting of the benefits and implementation of the NAMA.
Cement Industry NAMA +Increased industry competitiveness
Cement NAMA in Peru +* increased competitiveness due to lower production costs * job creation
Circular Economy Solid Waste Management Approach for Urban Areas +* job creation in the sector (expected to add 1600 jobs to the economy)
Clean Production Agreements in Chile +* Savings from reduced consumption * Investment in research, development and innovation
Clean energy production in the Kakheti region +Reduction of local air pollution
Climate-Smart Dairy Livestock Value Chains in Uganda +* enhanced agriculture productivity * new employment opportunities
Cogeneration in Mexico +Fortify productivity and competitivity of national industry.
Combined cycle power plant in the coastal area of Syrian Arab Republic +Raise national income and the development of industrial enterprises
Comprehensive mobility plan for Belo Horizonte +The following economic benefits are expected by 2030: *Travel time savings of 182 million hours for public transport and 170 million hours for private transport are expected. * The economic equivalent of the cumulative travel time savings would reach nearly USD 1.3 billion (present value at a discount rate of 12%). * Travel cost savings are expected to exceed an estimated USD 900 million (present value at a discount rate of 12%).
Construction of a Super-critical Lignite Power Plant TTP Kostolac B +Sustainable technology transfer, economic development of the region, employment, energy security

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De-risking Renewable Energy NAMA for the Nigerian Power Sector +* job creation
Decentralized PV NAMA +Reduction of the national energy bill, reduction in the amount of public funds spent on electricity subsidies, job creation in the solar PV sector, and reduction in household energy bills (assessed by UNEP DTU).
Development and Installation of Carbon Dioxide Sequestration Technologies in Pakistan +The long term economy wide benefit of this proposed NAMA include increased share in export, corresponding to increase of the GDP. The realization of the safe energy production potential in the economy will result in decrease in the energy gap. This will improve the country’s economy ultimately which will lead to social and economic benefits and improved economic conditions.
Development of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) in Greater Jakarta +The modal shift from personal to mass public transport will reduce transport cost.
Development of concentrating solar power plants in Algeria +Income through revenues of exported electricity
Disposal and Use of Wastes and Solid and Biomass Residues +Attraction of financing sources for the improvement of the existing national infrastructure for the efficient disposal of residues, for the construction of new infrastructure for the efficient disposal of residues and for the development of projects focused in the energy exploitation of solid residues. Creation of new job posts in the new solid residues disposal sites and in the new projects for its energy exploitation, additionally for the calculation of the resulting benefits related with health, society and environment. Added value to solid residues through recycling for the finance sustainability of the same projects.
Domestic Refrigerators NAMA +The NAMA is expected to increase of quality of products on Mexican market, create jobs and save energy and costs in the residential and commercial sector.
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