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Enabling Distributed Solar Power in the Philippines
Capacity building support Yes  +
Country name Philippines  +
Currency EUR  +
Description of activities The Philippines’ energy sector is heavily The Philippines’ energy sector is heavily reliant on fossil fuels, and is the largest contributor to national GHG emissions. The Distributed Solar Power NAMA Support Project is embedded in the Philippines’ Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC), which targets a 70% reduction of GHG emissions below business as usual (projected from 2000) by 2030 and identifies the energy, transport, waste, forestry, and industrial sectors as key contributors to reaching this goal. Barriers for higher penetration levels of distributed generation photovoltaic or self-supply include banks and leasing companies being reluctant to offer reasonably priced, reasonably termed, standardized, financing products due to perceived market and technology risks, and the perception that the market is too small, in particularly outside the Metro Manila. Planned activities include: * streamlining the permitting process * accrediting installers * creating a technology certification program * supporting the development of an initial pipeline of projects to help low grid-impact projects to come online * building the financial sector capacity to evaluate distributed PV projects and bring a variety of financing options for DG PV customers. The United Kingdom and Germany have pre-selected 7 NAMA Support Projects, including this NAMA in the Philippines, from the NAMA Facility’s 4th Call. These projects will receive funding by Germany and the UK of up to € 60 million to prepare their preparation development phase. Decisions on funding for implementation will be taken after the assessment of these proposals.n after the assessment of these proposals.
End of implementation 22 March 2040  +
Financial support Yes  +
Financing status Seeking financing  +
Highlight Yes
International funder UK and Germany
Last edited 22 March 2017 07:43:07  +
Objective The objective of the NAMA is to accelerate the penetration of new distributed Solar Power by reducing technology risks, lowering transaction costs, and creating financing options for Distribution Generation PV customers and third parties.
Organizations providing technical support Center for Clean Air Policy (CCAP)
Proponent Department of Energy
Scope of action National  +
Sector name Energy  +
Source of financing Multilateral  +
Stage Under development  +
Start of implementation 22 March 2017  +
Start of initiative 22 March 2017  +
Sub-sector Renewable energy (solar)  +
Technology transfer support Yes  +
Title Enabling Distributed Solar Power in the Philippines
Total cost 75  +
Total emission reductions 1.8  +
Type of NAMA Supported (with unilateral elements)  +
Type of action Strategy/Policy  +
Type of financing Grant  +
UNFCCC registry submission false  +
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