The final goal of the Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) Programme is to effect sustained energy management and efficiency practices in the industry of developing countries and emerging economies in order to reduce the environmental pressure of economic growth while increasing productivity, helping to generate economic growth, create jobs and alleviates poverty. The IEE project aimed to increase the availability of financial capacity and support for industrial energy efficiency projects.
The objective of the Capacity Building for Removal of Barriers to Renewable Energy Development (CBRED) Project is to strengthen the capacity of relevant agencies of the Philippine Government in formulating, enacting and implementing sound RE policies; to provide RE information to targeted audiences in order to build markets; to assist market penetration of RE in remote off-grid communities; and to improve the quality of RE technologies. Six components make up the CBRED Project, and the RE Initiatives and Delivery Mechanism is the 4th component.
The Philippine Efficient Lighting Market Transformation Project (PELMATP) is a five year project being implemented by the Government of the Philippines through the Department of Energy (DOE). The project aims to remove barriers against the widespread use of energy efficient lighting (EEL) systems in the Philippines. It is supported by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) through its implementing agency, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
To address barriers to the widespread use of energy efficient lighting (EEL) systems in the country, the Philippine Government, through the Department of Energy (DOE), is implementing the Philippine Efficient Lighting Market Transformation Project (PELMATP). The project has five components designed to address policy, institutional, information and financial barriers. It also addresses the appropriate waste management of used or discarded lamps that could result from the increased adoption of EEL lighting systems. The project which is being implemented over five years is supported by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) through the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
This project demonstrated the viability of direct sales for renewable energy and other appropriate delivery mechanisms that would enable low-income households in non-electrified communities to have access to renewable energy systems.