Energy Generation and End Use Sectors in Sri Lanka

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    Sri Lanka


    Sector Energy
    Focus area Renewable energy (solar), Renewable energy (biomass), Energy efficiency
    Type of action Strategy/Policy
    Scope National
    Stage Implementation
    Submitted to UNFCCC registry Yes
    Start of initiative 2015
    Financing and support details
    Financing status Fully funded
    Total cost US$ 1.79 mln
    Financing requested US$ 1.79 mln
    Financing received to-date US$ 1.79 mln
    Principal source of financing Multilateral
    Principal type of financing Grant
    Capacity building required Unknown
    Technology transfer required Yes
    Additional information
    Proponent(s) Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority, Climate Change Secretariat, Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment
    International funder(s) Global Environment Facility
    Organization providing technical support
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    The objective of the NAMA is to develop a robust, transparent and functional framework targeting energy generation and end use sectors

    Activities: (2017 - 2021)
    The NAMA will seek to overcome the regulatory, institutional, technical, financial and social barriers for the scaling up of RE and EE NAMA through the dissemination of 1,000 bio-digesters, 1,300 high efficiency motors in tea factories, and 205 solar PV net metering systems with battery storage.

    It will: 1. Develop a robust provincial inventory system that could be updated periodically and aggregated at the national level using web-based EnerGIS database management system 2. Develop a decision making tools such as MACC tools for analyzing and prioritizing a pipeline of bankable NAMA that could be implemented 3. Leverage public, private and CSOs resources through the NAMA Implementing Entity for the implementation of bankable RE and EE NAMAs based on viable and cost effective business models to incentivize value chain actors to reduce supply risks and create demand and 4. Develop a robust and transparent MRV system that are accurate, reliable and credible and avoid double accounting.

    Impact and MRV

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    Cumulative GHG reductions: 16126 MtCO2e
    Mitigative capacity:

    No information has been provided on mitigative capacity


    Social: Information has not been provided
    Economic: Information has not been provided
    Environmental: Information has not been provided

    MRV Framework:
    No MRV plan has been defined

    Requested financial support need for 1. To establish the MRV framework in the country 2. To build the capacity of relevant parties 3. To implement the pilot projects such as Solar, Biogas and HEM 4. To establish the provincial level GHG inventory