Promoting science and research for climate friendly technologies
A focus point of the project of the German Climate Technology Initiative (DKTI I) is promoting the area of science and research for climate friendly technologies. Local competencies are developed by supporting diverse activities, like the establishment of a Green Energy Park as a testing platform for solar energy systems and a pilot research project on electric mobility. Given that actors from the private sector and science have been involved, not only strong knowledge base but also network building between these actors has been achieved. In general, supporting national research activities can be replicated in other countries, leading to greenhouse gas reductions in the long term.
- GIZ (2017): Guidance note on how to design transformational mitigation projects. A checklist for project developers and managers
- Increasing Energy Efficiency in Water Supply in Jordan
- CCAP (2011): Industrial energy efficiency in Asia: A background paper.
- UNFCCC (2017): Guide for Peer Review of National GHG Inventories
- Adelphi (2016): A look back to take the next steps forward. Five years of International Partnership on Mitigation and MRV (IPMM)
- Resource efficiency and secondary raw materials management as a contribution to climate change mitigation
- Energy efficiency in public buildings in Turkey
- New solar thermal power plant being built in Ouarzazate under Moroccan Solar Plan
- Climate Change Mitigation by Promoting Energy Efficiency in Buildings (Baseline Study)
- Development of a NAMA for providing efficient cooling and air conditioning in industry and business