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VET partnership For Green and Smart Electricity in Buildings - VET4GSEB

Donor:  European Union

Duration: January 2023 - December 2024

The project aims to provide national VET providers with tailored solutions, training materials, case studies, tools and guidance that will enable them to update their practices and training programms to meet the skills-related needs of the construction and renewable energy labor market.

Main objectives
The main objective of the VET4GSEB project is to transfer the experience and good practices in the field of VET from two European countries ( Bulgaria and Turkey) to other countries participating in the project (Albania, Armenia, Georgia and Ukraine).

The planned results are 78 highly qualified national VET providers to improve their training practices and provide updated training adapted to the new market needs for specialists in the renewable energy sector.

The implementation of the planned activities will be performed in 5 Work packages as follows:

  • WP1 - Project Management

  • WP2 - Needs analysis & current developments in VET

  • WP3 - Preparation of training tools & materials

  • WP4 - Train the trainers (Pilot training of 3 trainers per country + national training courses for 10 trainers per country)

  • WP3 - Preparation of training tools & materials

  • WP5 – Dissemination and Impact

Securing Georgia’s Energy Future Program

Donor:   USAID

Duration: April 2022 - 2026

EEC Georgia is involved in the fulfillment of Objective 2. Increased Investment to Promote Energy Sector Resilience, and following tasks: 

Task 2.2. Expand Georgia’s energy sector capacity to support significant investments, from domestic and international sources, in renewable energy (RE) generation sources (incl. wind, solar and hydropower), in line with GoG-mandated national priorities and in collaboration with the Georgian Public Private Partnership (PPP) Agencies and relevant bodies.  

Sub-task 2.2.1: Support Energy Project Preparation and Pilot Projects (PP) Implementation 

Sub-task Design and Implementation of RE Project Selection Process

Scope of work 

1. Evaluation of Technical Data for Concept Design for 15 Pilot Projects (PP) already in progress

2. Evaluation of Technical Data for Concept Design in collaboration with CCEH Hydro VI LLC

3. Evaluation and Collection of Data for 7 Potential PPs (initial project identification supplied by the Program)

4. New PP Concepts

"Energy Transition for Income and Employment" Pilot

Duration: June 2021 - April 2022

The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) and HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation (Helvetas) have entered a Cooperation Agreement for the implementation of RECONOMY, a regional inclusive and green economic development programme in Eastern Europe and Western Balkans. Helvetas therefore acts as lead agency and ‘Cooperation Partner’ to Sida. 

Helvetas and Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia are jointly implementing an ‘Energy transition for income and employment’ Pilot. The vision of the Pilot is to utilize specific entry points to contribute to green economy opportunities in terms of income and employment associated with the regional energy transition and decarburization of economies of the countries of the South Caucasus region (in Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan). 

An expanding and innovative renewable energy sector in Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan creates better economic (income and employment) and environmental (cleaner, healthier, and more resource-efficient communities) values for SMEs as well as women and youth through improved supporting policy environment, available skilled workforce and accessible/adequate financial instruments. 

In order to achieve this shared vision, both parties agree on intervention modalities and expected results as outlined in the scope of work in each country of the South Caucasus. 

Scope of work

  • Preliminary research/study in Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan renewable energy & energy Efficiency sectors- policy review and gap analysis, identification of gaps in the skilled labor demand and supply, market actors/ stakeholders etc., identification of green financing needs of SMEs & existing financial products
  • Based on the research finding develop the final version of the pilot idea, including communication and visibility plan;
  • Provide technical support to the identification and engagement of market actors - training providers, private sector enterprises, media, financial institutions
  • Agree on the role and activities of each market actor in the pilot 
  • Support the capacity development of key market actors
  • Support the collection, analysis and synthesis of key lessons from the pilot -Monitoring of partnership and data collection
  • Completion of pilot closeout activities, final impact assessment and scale-up plan

Covenant of Mayors (CoM) Eastern Partnership – Phase III

Project duration: December 2021 - December 2025

Project donor: European Union

While the CoM East II phase was more focused on national achievements, it is now crucial to strengthen the role of CoM East as a truly regional initiative that stands for the whole of Eastern Partnership and is well-embedded into the GCoM, while also keeping its national focus.

The overall objective (impact) is to enable local authorities in EaP countries to develop and implement sustainable energy and climate actions, therefore significantly contributing to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption, increasing generation of renewable energy, and adaptation to climate change. Or, if broken down into separate impacts, we may describe them as follows:

  •  CoM signatories are more capable to develop and implement sustainable energy and climate actions in 2025 compared to 2021;
  •  CoM signatories reduce their CO₂ emissions by the end of 2025 compared to 2021;
  •  CoM Signatories reduce their energy consumption by the end of 2025 compared to 2021;
  •  CoM Signatories increase generation of renewable energy by the end of 2025 compared to 2021;
  •  CoM Signatories increase the number of adaptation projects by the end of 2025 compared to 2021.

Propose and Outcomes

  1. Encourage more local authorities to sign up to the CoM East and its 2030 targets and increase the support of regional and national authorities to CoM signatories = Outcome 1.1. Number of signatories continues to grow and all commit to implementing the 2030 energy and climate targets, with increased support of regional and national authorities.
  2. Provide support to CoM signatories in developing and implementing their SECAPs, including building up technical capacities for improved local planning and management. In addition, the project will deliver targeted support to facilitate signatories’ access to financing of municipal projects, in particular those that are a part of the SECAPs = Outcome 2.1. Development and effective implementation of SECAPs or similar local sustainable development plans (note from the ToR: “This does however not mean that the Contractor is expected to take over the work of the signatory cities. Ideally all SECAPs shall be drafted by the LAs themselves”) = Outcome 2.2. Capacities of small and medium size municipalities (SMMs) to prepare projects have improved and they attract finance and implement projects; with at least 30% of target municipalities having implemented/planning to implement a project. = Outcome 2.3. Advanced signatories move to advanced financing instruments and scale up sustainable municipal financing instruments.
  3. Raise awareness among the local population, especially women and youth about the relevance of local energy and climate action; to provide them with tools to actively contribute to the local challenges, as well as increase women’s participation in local energy and climate action = Outcome 3.1. The interest in and engagement of local population, especially women and youth of CoM EaP signatory communities in climate and energy action are increased.

Green Lending Development

Project Duration: 12/2019 - Ongoing

Project Donor: Green for Growth Fund (GGF)

The GGF project “Green Lending Development” for TBC Bank Georgia seeks to improve understanding and implementation of green financing / lending within TBC Bank.

The mission of the Green for Growth Fund is to contribute, in the form of a public private partnership with a layered risk/return structure, to enhancing energy efficiency and fostering renewable energies in the Southeast Europe Region including Turkey, in the European Neighbourhood Region-East, and in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) predominantly through the provision of dedicated financing to businesses and households via partnering with financial institutions and direct financing. Against this background, Kommunalkredit Public Consulting GmbH (KPC) and Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia (EECG) as consultant has been engaged to support the beneficiary – TBC Bank, in particular its Environmental and Social Risk Management Group (ESRM Group), to streamline and considerably enhance the existing green lending operations through the establishment of dedicated Green Lending Guidelines, which launch will be complemented by respective capacity building measures.

The Display® Campaign

The European Campaign Display® was launched in order to anticipate – by a voluntary initiative – the implementation of the “Energy Performance of Buildings” Directive EPBD.


A model energy-efficient self-government unit – a pilot implementation of energy efficiency solutions in Chokhatauri Municipality

Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia in partnership with Solidarity Fund PL in Georgia (leading partner) has implementing  the Project “A model energy-efficient self-government unit – a pilot implementation of energy efficiency solutions in Chokhatauri Municipality”.

Project duration: June 2022 - December 2022.

The project consists of following components:

  • Component 1: Building scanning 
  • Component 2: Extended energy audit
  • Component 3: Investment prioritization
  • Component 4: Roadmap to EE

Support Low Carbon Development Pathway for EVEX Hospitals

Donor:  EBRD

Duration: April 2022 - June 2022

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“EBRD” or the “Bank”) have engaged with EVEX Hospitals (the “Company”) and its parent company Georgia Healthcare Group (the “Group”), which is the largest provider of healthcare services in Georgia. The company operates the largest chain of hospitals and ambulatories in Tbilisi and regions and controlled by Georgia Capital PLC.
The Company is interested in identification and assessment of cost-effective opportunities leading to energy and water savings, implementation of energy management systems and improvement of the environmental footprint of existing buildings. At the same time, Georgia Capital PLC, the premium listed holding at London Stock Exchange, is obliged to introduce TCFD recommendations, which should lead to assessing climate risks and developing low carbon pathway for the Company.

EBRD have retained a dedicated Consultant (EEC GEORGIA and Ltd. Eco) to perform: 

  • Energy audits of 3 typical hospital and 3 typical policlinic to identify and assess opportunities for further energy efficiency improvements.
  • Develop priority implementation plan.
  • Suggest road map for implementation low carbon pathways.

Scope of work

  • Provide energy audits
  • Develop investments based on recommendation
  • Conduct cost-benefit analysis for existing buildings for better energy efficiency prepared during energy audit analysis.
  • Estimate implementation of renewable energy installations, in particular PV-stations.
  • Prepared road map for low carbon pathway for the Company.

CoM DeP Project in Georgia

Full Title: Biomass Energy and EE Technologies as a Sustainable Energy Solutions for Georgian CoM signatories

Project Duration: February 2018 - January 2021

Donor: EU4Energy

EU Contribution: 598,913.28 Euro

Co-financing: 149,728.32 EURO

Project Applicant: Union “Energy Efficiency Center Georgia”

Project Co-Applicant: Telavi Municipality City 

Project Background:

In spite of their active participation in Covenant of Mayors (CoM) policy the Georgian municipalities still lack managerial and technical capacities in developing sustainable energy projects, experience in implementation of full-size sustainable investment projects, suffer from limited local budget and incomplete procurement procedures.

Therefore, the aim of the Action is to enhance Georgian CoM signatory cities/municipalities capacities in climate change mitigation and fulfillment of sustainable local energy policy through implementation of investment projects in line with their Sustainable Energy (Climate) Action Plans (SE(C)APs. The Action will be implemented in Telavi Municipality City.

Specific objectives of this Action are following:

  • To promote introduction of energy efficiency measures as well as use of renewable energy sources by implementing complex pilot investment projects in Georgian municipal buildings;

  • To promote renewable energy production and use through utilization of locally available biomass and application of innovative technologies in above mentioned pilot Georgian municipalities;

  • To assess the possibility and initiate the establishment of renewable energy supply chain in the selected municipalities to ensure long-term public service (supply of biomass sources) between public and private sectors;

  • To support local authorities in improving their energy security, diminishing dependence on imported fossil fuels, reducing GHG emissions, and improving their citizens’ quality of life;

  • To strengthen the capacity of selected pilot Georgian municipalities in implementing SE(C)APs and sustainable energy investment projects;

  • To raise awareness on CoM policy and sustainable energy investment projects and promote their replication in other Georgian municipalities, in particular CoM signatories.

The outcomes of the Action are:

  • Enhanced managerial and technical capacities of local authorities in target municipalities to transform SE(C)APs measures into investment projects and fulfill CoM commitments through implementation of Sustainable energy investment projects;
  • Decreased dependence on imported fossil fuels & increased share of locally available renewable energy resources in final municipal energy consumption;
  • Raised awareness on benefits of clean energy technologies among interested stakeholders and public at large in target municipality and beyond;

The Direct & Indirect Beneficiaries

  • The Direct Beneficiaries of the Action are decision makers; municipal service providers of local authorities of self-governing Community Telavi & self-governing City Telavi (as co-applicants of the Action) as well as the employers and users of the selected renovated public buildings, which energy efficiency parameters were improved.
  • Main Indirect Beneficiaries of the Action are private companies; more specifically agro vine (vine-growing) farms and/or companies providing their agricultural wastes (vineyard pruning resides) to the municipalities as an energy source as well as local population of the municipalities.

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A model energy-efficient self-government unit – a pilot implementation of energy efficiency solutions in Chokhatauri Municipality

Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia in partnership with Solidarity Fund PL in Georgia (leading partner) has implemented the Project “A model energy-efficient self-government unit – a pilot implementation of energy efficiency solutions in Chokhatauri Municipality”.

Project duration: July 2021 - December 2021.

The project consisted of following components:

  • Component 1: Perform Energy audits for selected objects
  • Component 2: Advising to the Municipality in Development of Municipal Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Plan
  • Component 3: Implementation of selected energy audit recommendations
  • Component 4: Household energy audits training
  • Component 5: Recommendations & results projection


Improving Citizens’ Health, Comfort and Financial Well-Being by Supporting Banks, Residential Investors and Solution Providers with Green Homes and Green Mortgage programs

Project Duration: May 2019 - May 2021

Project Donor: EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme



Many citizens, particularly in nascent green building markets, make suboptimal decisions in the design and construction choices for renovation approaches and new home purchases due to a fear of bank financing. Borrowing sufficiently to bring forward necessary resources to build homes properly both reduces citizens’ “Total Cost of Monthly Ownership” (loan payment plus energy, health and repair costs) while unlocking a critical increase of construction budgets facilitating ownership of the greenest, high-quality homes. Financing Green Homes with the borrower subject to lower monthly operating costs is less risky to banks which provide discounted credit without harming profits.
The SMARTER project effectively communicates the benefits of Green Homes to citizens and other key stakeholders to bring a systemic solution to a systemic problem that inhibits the financial industry to design and offer green finance products and the citizens to understand and request them. SMARTER replicates a successful “Green Homes and Green Mortgage” program to 12 new countries, addresses barriers and brings green innovation with relevant research and cluster formation, adapts essential tools for administration and communication, and effectively expands collection of actual energy and financial performance to improve risk analysis with local data. Public investment is leveraged and ambitious green EU targets are supported as banks, developers, and green solution providers all contribute budgets to increase private financing for building exemplary homes.
The SMARTER “Green Homes Investment Platform” guides new programs to a suitably ambitious, common definition of green investments and facilitates institutional investment by collaborating with ongoing initiatives including EeMAP and EEFIG; aligning with EC objectives such as “Mainstreaming Energy Efficiency Finance” and advancing the Financial, Technical and Behavioral de-risking championed by “Smart Finance for Smart Buildings".

Extensive report studying the Georgian case in relation to green mortgages and bonds required to unwrap the full EE and green homes investment potential. It covers the developments in enabling framework within EE and finance, and is built upon interviews with market players, civil society, financiers etc. The study provides an overview of opportunities and areas for further development in the Georgian context to promote EE investments in the residential sector. Furthermore, the methodology developed in this study can be undertaken by other countries with analogue purposes as it is conceived as a neutral framework to enable cross-country comparability of the results. As such it may deliver the "aggregation" requested

Covenant of Mayors East (CoM East) - Phase II

Project duration: June 2016 - May 2020.

Project donor: European Union.

Covenant of Mayors East (CoM East) is the EU-funded project aimed at introducing the EU climate and energy initiative to the Eastern Partnership countries. CoM East supports local authorities in implementing sustainable energy policies, reducing their dependency on fossil fuels, improving the security of energy supply, and facilitates their contribution to climate change mitigation and adaptation (More details...).

Georgia: Assistance with the Drafting of the First National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (Phase 1)

Project Donor: EBRD.

Project start:  June 2015

Project duration: approx. 10 months

Project implementation: Eco Ltd - Project Leader, Team of International and Local Experts, including EEC Georgia experts.

Key stakeholders: Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development In close cooperation with the Energy Community Secretariat (ECS).

Georgia's heavy energy dependence on energy imports and the need to strengthen national energy security are key energy challenges for the country. Energy efficiency ("EE") is likely to help address energy demand and energy security concerns.

Despite government's awareness of the need for introducing EE standards and measures to improve the energy supply and security situation in the country, little has been done in the field. A dedicated policy approach is needed to promoting EE in the country, which would include an assessment of the EE potential and would set EE policy targets in various sectors.

The first step would be the adoption of the country's first National Energy Efficiency Action Plan ("NEEAP"), which is a requirement both for European Union ("EU") Member States under the EU Energy Efficiency acquis and for the Energy Community Contracting Parties. The NEEAP is a strategic policy document that sets the country's overall and intermediate national indicative energy savings targets for the public and private sectors and proposes concrete measures and actions to meet these targets.

To help Georgia ensure that it can successfully improve the EE standards and performance of the economy, the EBRD retained a consultant- Eco Ltd to assist the Ministry with the preparation, drafting, adoption process and publishing of the country's first NEEAP. The NEEAP shall identify significant EE improvement measures and expected energy savings in all sectors (e.g., buildings, transport, power, products, processes and services) taking account of the country's potential and national EE targets, with a view to achieving high EE performance of the economy.

Updating Energy Efficiency Investment Potential in Public Buildings (Schools and Kindergartens)  

Project Duration: April - July 2020

Project Donor: World Bank

The objective of this project was to update the energy saving (efficiency) potential for public school buildings and to select priority schools for energy efficiency improvements.

Revision of the inventory database of public-school buildings was based on information collected by the World Bank team of consultants. Identification of public buildings for the priority energy efficiency investment(s) was based on review of existing database. 

EEC consultants have reviewed the energy-saving potential under the latest NEAP, reviewed the inventory of public schools and kindergartens (school database). Based on the review the consultants have identified a set of public buildings for the priority energy efficiency investment(s). Energy savings for buildings have been extrapolated from the existing energy audits for schools and kindergartens.  The public buildings have been ranked according to the energy-saving potential. The total cost of energy efficiency measures also have been extrapolated from the existing audit report for schools. 

Training and Certification of Private Sector Energy Auditors and Awareness Campaign for Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Project duration: October 2016 - June 2018.

Project was financed by the Danish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and DANIDA, and administered by the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO)

Public buildings in Georgia have a large potential for energy efficiency improvement due to outdated building design, unsuitable energy systems and disregard of energy saving behaviors and practices.
To tap this potential, the project aims to increase the motivation and awareness of

  • managers of municipal departments or public buildings,

  • staff responsible for the daily energy management, maintenance and operation of the public buildings, and

  • municipality staff in charge of developing and controlling the budget of the public buildings, about introducing energy saving measures in public buildings at municipal level.

Eco Energy for Erisimedi Kids

Project duration: July 2018 - April 2019.

Project donor: BP EXPLORATION (Caspian Sea) Ltd. Georgia.

The project activities included:

  • Introduction of modern autonomous heating and hot water supply system 
  • Introduction of solar thermal and micro PV systems for hot water preparation and electricity generation
  • Insulation of the attic and one external wall
  • Public awareness raising.

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency New Project

Project duration: November 2013 - May 2017.

Project donor: BP EXPLORATION (Caspian Sea) Ltd. Georgia.

The project aims at contributing to the national energy security and global environment through offering tools and means for improvement of energy efficiency in Georgian communities and reduction of emissions of GHGs in response to the challenge of the climate change.

For more information please visit project webpage.

Expansion and Improved Management Effectiveness of Adjara Regions Protected Areas

Testing of Selected Technical Solutions in Machakhela National Park Support Zone villages

Project duration: October 03, 2016– October 30, 2017
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Regional Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) Demonstration programme for the European Union Programme “Greening economies in the Eastern Neighborhood” (EaP GREEN)

Project duration: February 2014 – December 2016.

Project donor: UNIDO.

The present project was implemented by UNIDO in partnership with members and aspirant members of the global Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production network - RECPnet.

The UNIDO RECP Demonstration Project is a part of the Regional Action of the European Union to support the greening of economies in the EaP countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine). This four years action (2013-2016) is jointly implemented by a consortium comprising OECD (lead partner, and responsible for economic policy and strategy advice), UNECE (responsible for improved use of environmental impact assessment), UNEP (responsible for pilot projects in organic agriculture and sustainable public procurement) and UNIDO (responsible for fostering the uptake of Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production (RECP) in manufacturing sectors).

The UNIDO component supports in each of the six EaP countries individually as well as regionally: the creation of human and institutional capacities for RECP; the demonstration, dissemination and replication of RECP in priority sectors (chemicals, food and construction materials); and transfer of and investment in RECP technologies. It is thematically and organizationally embedded in the framework of the implementation of the joint UNIDO-UNEP RECP programme for developing and emerging economies. Under the UNIDO RECP Demonstration Project international good practice methods and strategies from this programme will be implemented in the six EaP Countries. Objective of the UNIDO component is to improve resource productivity and environmental performance of businesses at the national and local levels.

EEC Georgia provides administrative services to facilitate UNIDO RECP Demonstration Component Project of the EaP GREEN in Georgia.

For more information please visit project website.

Develop a Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)

Model of watershed based hydropower development in the Enguri watershed area, including assessment of the environmental and social costs

Project duration: January - June 2014

Project donor: Deloitte Consulting Overseas Projects, LLP

The purpose of USAID/Caucasus-Georgia’s Hydro Power Energy Planning (HPEP) is to provide assistance to Georgia’s Energy Sector to promote and initiate private sector development of 400 MW or more in new, run-of-river hydropower stations.

This objective will be achieved through the provision of technical assistance to a variety of stakeholders in the energy sector. Building on previous, successful USAID including HIPP support to this sector, HPEP continue to support promotion of private investment in small and medium-sized hydropower by focusing on the enabling environment for competitive electricity trading domestically and cross border, to develop a sound national energy policy and strategy of Georgia, and a CBA model for Enguri watershed area.
The CBA model development will be supported by the establishment of a working group of NGOs and other stakeholders to help the Government of Georgia quantify environmental and socio-economic factors into new hydropower project developments for Enguri watershed area. The costs and benefits of hydropower project development in the Enguri watershed, including prospective development of planned HPPs to establish a template for other HPP development projects within the different watersheds of Georgia.

The main objective of the study is:
To develop a Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) Model of watershed-based hydropower development in the Enguri watershed area, including assessment of the environmental and social costs. The CBA Model is aimed to compare the total costs and benefits accrued from the social and environmental services provided by the watershed for a baseline scenario (existing/current use) compared to the scenario in which hydropower facilities are installed.

GHG Emissions’ Calculation for TBC Bank Activities

The environmental report was prepared that includes calculation of greenhouse gases emissions from TBC Bank business activities in tones of carbon dioxide equivalent. The calculation of greenhouse gases emission is based on the concept of “scopes” (Scope 1; Scope 2; Scope 3) developed according to GHG protocol, elaborated by World Resources Institute (WRI) and World Business Council on Sustainable Development (WBCSD).

Feasibility Study for Testing Approaches to Reducing Fuel Wood Demand within the Support Zone Areas of Machakhela National Park in Achara Region

Project Donor: United Nations Development Programme in Georgia (UNDP)

Duration: June, 2016 - August, 2016

Brief Description:

Assessment of the feasibility of a variety of energy efficiency or energy alternatives that could allow households in the Machakhela valley to reduce consumption of fuelwood while at the same time maintaining (or improving) their quality of life in an economically viable manner.

Description of Outputs:

  1. A review and assessment of all the energy efficiency / energy alternatives that could result in reduced fuelwood consumption in the conditions of the Machakhela valley households and communities;

  2. Recommendations on the most viable methods/technical solutions to be practically field tested during winter 2016/17;

  3. A detailed plan of action for undertaking the field testing of the selected methods/technical solutions, including practical steps, equipment required, provisional identification of households wishing to participate in tests, an M&E plan for ensuring effective monitoring of tests and post winter evaluation, detailed costing of all inputs for carrying out the tests (staff, travel, equipment).

Development of Terms of Reference for Feasibility Study on “Energy Efficiency Improvements in Public Buildings and the Use of Renewables and Alternative Energy in Georgia”

Project donor: Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO)

Duration:  March 8, 2016 - May 30, 2016

Task 1: Preparation Phase

• Desk survey - collection of initial information on public building stock, current energy consumption in government owned buildings and municipalities.

  • Collection information for the development of background paper-expectations of outcomes of Energy Efficiency renovations in public buildings in terms of economic and environmental impact;

  • Consultations with the Ministry of Finance of Georgia and two key ministries, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development (responsible for urban planning development and policy) and Ministry of Energy (responsible for energy efficiency policy);

  • Identification of building stock owned by different public authorities.

Task 2: Consultations/Site visits with various building stock owners - ministries/public bodies/municipalities for:

  • Development of a long list of public buildings in need of energy efficiency improvements. This list will include public/government owned and municipal buildings and include general building data including location, space occupied, climate zone;

  • Identification of needed energy efficiency improvements for the identified buildings;

  • Identification of local building energy /project management capacities.

Task 3: Preparation of documentation

  • Development of criteria for the selection of public buildings to be included in the pool of target buildings;

  • Development of pool of target public/municipal buildings by region, scale, needed EE improvements;

  • Drafting ToR, including general overview of the target sector, scope of works to be performed, input and qualification requirements of potential Consultant, budget breakdown, contract period, implementation arrangements and reporting;

  • Finalization of background paper-general overview of building sector and energy efficiency in buildings in Georgia, policy issues in energy efficiency in general and in building sector, national & local initiatives in improvement of energy efficiency in buildings, financial instruments for building energy efficiency, etc.

Reinforcing cooperation with ENP countries on bridging the gap between energy research and energy innovation (ENER2i)

Project donor: EU Commission.

Project duration: October, 2013 - September, 2016.

At 1st of October 2013 “Energy Efficiency Center Georgia” in cooperation with 10 institutions from 7 ENP - EU (Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Moldova) countries started new 36 month project (ENER2i - ENErgy Research to Innovation): Reinforcing cooperation with ENP countries on bridging the gap between energy research and energy innovation). The ENER2i project focuses on the need to find innovative and sustainable solutions to these challenges, directly addressing the gap between new energy research and European industry. Existing research results are not being sufficiently transferred into innovative processes and products, and in many countries cooperation among research institutes, universities, and the business sector are at an early stage of development. In order to bridge this gap and accelerate innovation performance, ENER2I will improve knowledge transfer and innovation support in the field of renewable energies and energy efficiency through a comprehensive trans-national cooperation programme. Read more . . .

Establishment of Sustainable Energy Information Centre

Project donor: INOGATE programe of EU Commission.

Project duration: July, 2015 - April, 2016.

Project Consultant: Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia

Beneficiary: Tbilisi City Hall

Key stakeholders: Ministry of Energy of Georgia.

Objective: Establishment of an Information Centre for effective awareness rising on sustainable energy (energy efficiency and renewable energy) in Tbilisi, Georgia

Key Activities: Read more . . .

Covenant of Mayors Capacity Building Model for Ukraine and Georgia: Model Solution for Eastern Partnership and Central Asian Countries” – CoM Model Project

Union “Energy Efficiency Center Georgia” with partnership of the Association “Energy Efficient Cities of Ukraine” (EECU) was implemented the project “Covenant of Mayors Capacity Building Model for Ukraine and Georgia: Model Solution for Eastern Partnership and Central Asian Countries” launched within the Program of the European Commission “Covenant of Mayors going East.

Project partners along with EECU and EECG in this project included the Development Agency “Sinergija Ltd” (Slovenia), Executive Committee of Kamyanets-Podilskyi City Council and self-governing Rustavi City Hall. Associated partners included NL Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and “Envidatec”, a German company which specializes in introducing energy management systems in compliance with international and European standards. The project was performed in the cities of Kamyanets-Podilskyi and Rustavi as well as in 2 Ukrainian and 1 Georgian city. The project duration was 36 months. It was co-financed by European Commission. Read more . . .

Demonstration Projects for Supporting of Implementation of Sustainable Energy Action Plans in Covenant of Mayors (CoM) Georgian Signatory Cities

Duration: June-December, 2014

Project financed by UNDP/GEF Small Grants Programme

Primary Objectives: To support local authorities in improving their energy security, reducing GHG emissions, diminishing dependence on fossil fuels, and improving their citizens quality of life.

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INOGATE - Support to Statistical Cooperation

The INOGATE programme (launched in 1995) is an EU-funded regional energy cooperation programme in support of the priorities in the field of energy of the Baku Initiative and the Eastern Partnership.

EEC have participated in the "INOGATE Technical Secretariat and integrated programme in support of the Baku Initiative and the Eastern Partnership energy objectives". EEC was involved in the "Component D - Support to statistical cooperation" of this programme. As a result of these activities the Energy Balance of Georgia for 2013 have been compiled in December 2014.

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient Projects for Georgian Communities

Project donor: BP EXPLORATION (Caspian Sea) Ltd. and its partners in Oil & Gas.

Project Duration: December 2011 - December 2013.

The projects implemented include:

Energy Saving Initiative in the Building Sector - ESIB

ESIB is a project funded by the European Union within the framework of the INOGATE programme. The INOGATE Programme supports energy policy cooperation between the European Union and the INOGATE Partner Countries. ESIB will be implemented in INOGATE Partner Countries until January 2014.

EU-INOGATE funded project ESIB launched cooperation with Energy Efficiency Centre (EEC) Georgia In the framework of the partnership agreement. Energy Efficiency Centre reinforced and highlighted the presence of the ESIB project in Georgia, and subsequently in the whole Caucasian region.

ESIB have assessed the EE in buildings potential in partner countries and provided tools to improve the situation:

  • High level policy advice;

  • Operational ad hoc technical assistance;

  • Capacity building;

  • Support to demonstration projects;

  • ESIB expert community platform and knowledge base (on the present site).

ESIB and EEC co-organized Energy Efficiency Days in Georgia and elaborated joint South Caucasus events devoted to energy efficiency issues in buildings. More . . .

Regulatory Support for Renewable Heating & Cooling Policy

Project was funded by EBRD and implemented by Allplan (Austria). Project covered six countries – Georgia, Armenia, Turkey, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Romania.

In the scope of the project the study has been conducted and the report has been prepared by EEC. The study reflected the situation in Georgia in terms of renewable heating and cooling. Based on this study the recommendations for Georgia will be elaborated.

Pre-project for Regional Project on “Energy Efficiency in Caucasus”

Project duration: June 2013 - December 2013.

Project donor: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway.

Project Parties: ENSI - Energy Saving International AS, Rambøl, Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia.

The project have produced the Report, describing local anchoring of a potential full regional project on Energy Efficiency in Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia).

In January 2013, ENSI - Rambøll submitted a proposal for a three-year regional program on “Energy Efficiency in Caucasus” to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA).

The following five main components were included in the full project proposed in January 2013:

  1. Regional networking;

  2. Recommendations to legal framework;

  3. Energy efficiency in public facilities;

  4. Demonstration projects (one in each of the participating countries);

  5. Awareness raising.

The MFA finds the proposal of interest, but has requested ENSI - Rambøll first to conduct a pre-project.

During the pre-project the assumptions and plans were checked and discussed with the possible stakeholders in each country.

Pre -project about current status with energy efficiency in each country, with the focus on the sectors related to Regional project municipal and general building sectors was prepared and submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway in the end December 2013.

MODEL Project

Energy Cities is coordinating the MODEL project which is one of the major outcomes of the BISE process launched in 2004 in order to help local authorities from 17 countries (New EU Member States, Western Balkans, and Ukraine) to reduce the energy gap with their fellow municipalities of the EU-15. MODEL aims at helping local authorities to become models for both the citizens and the other European municipalities. Its main objective is to improve the practical capacities of local authorities and/or local energy agencies from 10 New Member States and Croatia to better deal with intelligent energy issues at both individual (municipalities) and collective (national networks or embryos of networks) levels.

In 2010, 6 pilot cities from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine decided to follow the steps of 43 EU cities in joining the MODEL project and thus become models in energy management for their citizens and other municipalities in the region.

7 practical actions have been implemented:

  • Developing basics of local sustainable energy policies

  • Organizing an energy team or unit within the local administration

  • Setting up an energy monitoring system and database

  • Developing a local energy action plan

  • Identifying and using innovative financing mechanisms for energy efficiency investments

  • Undertaking the refurbishment of two local public buildings

  • Improving the communication of sustainable energy issues with citizens

MODEL pilot cities organizing Municipal Intelligent Energy Days to show all local partners how they can save energy in their everyday live.

Development of a CO2 Calculation Tool for Georgian Municipalities

In 2013 by Union “Energy Efficiency Center Georgia” has been implemented the project: “Development of a CO2 Calculation Tool for Georgian Municipalities” with financial support of GIZ to Georgia.

The project objective was to develop a calculation tool for the CO2 emissions to be used by Georgian municipalities and to build up their institutional capacity for the application of this tool. As a result, Georgian municipalities will be able to calculate on their own their baseline CO2 emissions for the SEAP development phase as well as subsequently for monitoring purposes during the SEAP implementation phase.

The project was conducted in close cooperation with the Climate Alliance in Germany.

Specific Project Outputs:

  • A CO2 calculation tool for Georgia is developed based on the expertise of the Climate Alliance;

  • A systematic approach for collecting data on the municipal level in Georgia is developed;

  • Energy Efficiency Center (EEC) has acquired the necessary technical know-how on how to advice municipalities on the data collection and usage of the CO2 calculation tool;

  • Employees of Georgian municipalities are qualified for the data collection at the local level as well as for the usage of usage of the CO2 calculation tool and monitoring;

  • International knowledge exchange on CO2 calculations and CO2 saving potentials has taken place.

The Case Study “Municipal Energy Efficiency Policy Reforms in Republic of Georgia”

Union “Energy Efficiency Center Georgia” by order and in cooperation with UNECE / Division for Sustainable Energy worked on case study: “Municipal energy efficiency policy reforms in Republic of Georgia”.

This case study shows how the changes in the municipal policies decreased energy consumption through application of energy efficiency measures. The study analyzed status of municipal energy sector before reforms, changes on municipal level that caused improvements in the sector, what changes are crucial still to be addressed and how given example gave support for further necessary improvements. Case Study


Energy Efficiency Centre with Norsk Energi and Gauldal Consult has been awarded for the grant from Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to conduct a project stimulating small scale hydropower development in Georgia. The project “CDM program of activities for Greenfield hydropower projects in Georgia” was started in the end of October 2009 and had duration of 3 years. More . . .

As part of the contribution to the development of local communities and promotion of the energy security in Georgia, BP and its co-venturers have sponsored the “Energy Efficiency Program for the Georgian Communities - "Energy Bus" Project. More . . .

Capacity Building on Energy Efficiency in Georgia

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has commissioned ENSI - Energy Saving International to implement the program “Capacity Building on Energy Efficiency in Georgia”. Program was implemented by the ENSI - Energy Saving International AS and Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia (EEC) .

The program included two sub-programs:

  • Energy Efficiency in Buildings (EAB);

  • Municipal Energy Efficiency Planning (MEEP).

1. Energy Efficiency in Buildings

The overall aim of this sub-project is to contribute to increased energy efficiency in private and public buildings and facilities in Georgia.

The main activities were:

  • Updating/Development of manuals and tools. The latest version of ENSI manuals, tools and software for energy auditing of buildings were updated and translated. EAB Textbook was updated, translated and published.

  • Training. The local EAB Team (in total 10 persons) were trained on updated and new methods, tools and software for energy efficiency in buildings and energy auditing.

  • Demonstration project was implemented in the Khidistavi school (located near Gori). Installation of the heating system and PVC double glazed windows in the classrooms and Renewable Power Source (wind power generator 400 W and PV system 125 W ).

  • Dissemination/Experience sharing. A dissemination seminar was organized where project results were shared with local stakeholders, governmental representatives and international organizations.

2. Municipal Energy Efficiency Planning

In September 2005, a framework agreement for the 3-Stage program on “Municipal Energy Efficiency Planning” (MEEP) was signed between the Tbilisi Municipal Administration, ENSI and EEC.
Stage 1 of the MEEP program started in December 2005 when the first training session was organized in Tbilisi. A municipal Energy Efficiency working group was established.

In 2006 the program continued with training of the municipal Energy Efficiency working group and the building database was further developed.

Stage 2 started in end of 2006 with the development of MEEP. In 2007 the MEEP program prepared baseline evaluations for municipal energy consumption in buildings and drafted the first version of the Municipal Energy Efficiency Plan.

Stage 3 In July 2008, the final draft of Municipal Energy Efficiency Plan for Tbilisi City was completed and presented to City Administration. The Municipal Energy Efficiency Plan is an important tool for municipal decision-makers, authorities and developers when planning for renovation and upgrading of municipal facilities by allowing them to target the most energy consuming objects and make action plans accordingly.


The project is supported by the USAID/ECI (The Energy Capacity Initiative) Program and it aims at the following:

  • To assess social, technical, economic and environmental aspects of the introduction of renewable energy and energy saving solutions in the newly constructed or rehabilitated houses for the IDPs;

  • To provide the relevant Georgian authorities with the recommendations on the introduction of the clean energy solutions for meeting the energy demand in the IDP settlements;

  • To provide the relevant Georgian authorities with the necessary documentation for the procurement and installation of equipment for clean energy technologies;

  • To raise awareness among the IDPs on the alternative energy solutions to meet their future demand for energy.

The project realization envisages the following: desk study of the existing situation as related to the general sitiation and energy supply & demand for the IDP settlements, identification of the alternative energy potential for the IDP settlements in the various regions of Georgia, survey for energy needs assessment, analysis of the collected data, identification of various clean energy solutions and market study of identified technologies, cost benefit analysis of the identified technologies, analysis of social advantages of the clean energy solutions as well as their environmental impact. Based on the carried studies development of the feasibility study and recommendations to the Government on the best applicable clean energy solution for the specific locations as well as development of the technical documentaion for the procurement and installation of the clean energy equipment on various sites. In addition in order to raise awareness on the clean energy technologies trainings will be provided to the representatives of IDP communities.

Energy Efficiency Top Down Approach - Improving Energy Performance of Government Buildings

This pilot activity to perform the energy audit of one of the government buildings and residence of the British Ambassador has been funded by the British Embassy in Georgia. More . . .

Financial Engineering for Small Scale Hydro Power Stations in Georgia

EEC Georgia in cooperation with the Norwegian company ENSI International has started the implementation of the second round project "Financial Engineering for Small Hydropower stations in Georgia".

The program is initiated with support of the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affair with the main aim to increase local capacity building on financial issues.

The program is aimed at project developers and owners of Small Hydro Power Plants in Georgia, in particular within rural areas, agriculture and agro-processing and in the manufacturing industries.

The project consists from three training sessions that will be held with the intervals of 1-1, 5 months in the period started from December 2007, where specialists and managers will be trained in how to develop Business Plans for small scale hydro power stations.
The Financial Engineering program has started with 1 session Seminar at 10-12 of December 2007 for 27 participants from financial institutions, energy authorities, SHP owners and SHP developers.

At the three training sessions, each lasting for 2-3 days, EEC and ENSI consultants give lectures, organize exercises and hold individual consultations with each project team.

In between the sessions the participants continue the development of their project based on skills obtained and advice given at the previous session.

EEC and ENSI will assisting and supporting, as well as pushing to ensure agreed progress at the same time as their personnel is further improving their skills and experience.

The second training session will be organized in 18-19-20 of March in “Prima Vere” hotel (8, Kuchishvili street) Tbilisi.

Georgia - Greenfield hydropower investment opportunities
In cooperation with the Georgian Ministry of Energy, the Nordic energy firm ECON is undertaking a detailed due diligence of the investment opportunities in greenfield hydropower sites in Georgia. ECON is also developing pre-feasibility studies for the most prospective sites (1100 MW in total).

An investment conference will be organized in Tbilisi in December 2007-January 2008 for interested investors.

This website presents the results of the due diligence on the sector and the pre investment studies.

Clean Development Mechanism - Small Hydro Rehabilitation Project

Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia acting as a Bundling Agency, by signing of Letter of Intent with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development ("IBRD") acting as the trustee of the Prototype Carbon Fund, the Community Development Carbon Fund, the IBRD-Netherlands Clean Development Mechanism Facility, the Italian Carbon Fund, the Danish Carbon Fund, and the Spanish Carbon Fund (collectively referred to as the "Carbon Funds) on the possible purchase of the rights, title, interest and other benefits associated with verified greenhouse gas emission reductions (VER), resulting from the Hydro Rehabilitation Project developed by USAID funded "Rural Energy Program" in Georgia, confirmed our interest to develop Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) project - Small Hydro Rehabilitation Project.

Promoting Energy Efficient Product Distribution through ICT Access

The project is financed by Winrock International - sub-contractor of the Academy for Educational Development (AED)/USAID-funded dot-ORG program.

The project envisages the modification and expansion of EEC Georgia’s Eco-Building Marketplace web site and includes the following activities:

  • Increase the number of suppliers and products listed on the Eco-Building Marketplace web site. Priority will be given to suppliers or distributors of energy efficient (building materials, equipment, appliance) and renewable energy products (biogas, mini-hydro, efficient stoves, solar PV and thermal).

  • Gather formal and informal feedback on the Eco-Building Marketplace and incorporate this feedback into the web site design and business model.

  • Establish an interactive voice response (IVR) system to deliver information from the web site to customers who do not have access to the Internet or who prefer to do business via telephone-based services.

  • Refine and develop the business model for ensuring financial viability of the Eco-Building Marketplace web site.

Winrock International in partnership with PA Consulting and Georgian NGO's EEC, ABCO and CENN has implemented the Georgia Rural Energy Program funded by USAID.

Financial Engineering for Small Scale Hydro Power Stations in Georgia

Cleaner Production in the selected countries of NIS – Moldova, Georgia and Kazakhstan. Funded by European Union Tacis Programme

Georgian-Norwegian co-operation programmes:

Urban Heating and Residential Energy Efficiency for Utility Affordability in the Republic of Georgia

USAID-approved research outline for the studies on Urban Heating and Residential Energy Efficiency for Utility Affordability in the Republic of Georgia, which will be developed under the World Learning/USAID Energy Sector Grant Program.

On 10 December, 2007, The Washington-based Alliance to Save Energy (ASE) and the Energy Efficiency Centre of Georgia jointly started the programme "Urban Heating and Residential Energy Efficiency for Utility Affordability in the Republic of Georgia".

The aim of the programme was to collect, analyze and provide all the necessary data for the development of the Urban Heat and Energy Affordability (EA) studies; implement Energy Efficiency Pilot Projects in residential buildings, conduct a thorough monitoring of the achieved savings.

CDM as instrument for industrial development and poverty alleviation in Caucasus
The first phase of the program has been implemented by two Norwegian organizations: Norsk Energi and ECON and the Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia.

The project "International Eco-Building e-commerce network development" has been implemented in 2005-2006. The Project was financed by Open Society Institute through the Economic and Business Development Program. 

The project 'Utilization of Solar Energy for the Welfare of Ilto protected area neighboring villages' granted by World Bank within the project “Georgia Development marketplace” .

Solar energy illuminates one more Georgian village 

EEC under leadership of Winrock International USA and in partnership with ABCO Georgia has implemented a project MARKET ASSESSMENT OF SME ACTIVITIES IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY IN GEORGIA funded within the framework of IFC ENVIRONMENTAL BUSINESS FINANCE PROGRAM (EBFP)

Training "Community Development and Energy"

Training for CBO's / Initiative Groups in Renewable Energy Technologies

CFF OPET - Cleaner Fossil Fuel OPET

G.E.ORG.I.A SYS - Italian-Georgian joint project

OPET Caucasus

Sustainable Energy for TB Victims

Synegy Project

Investigation and monitoring of dams and hydroelectric basins in Georgia - CIS

Restoration of Hydro Power; Electricity Distribution Improvement 

Georgia Winter Heat Assistance

Energy saving

Community Development 

First Programme on Energy Efficiency and Cleaner Production in Industry, Tbilisi. December 2003.

Combined Training and Project Development Programme in Azerbaijan and Georgia "Energy Auditing of Buildings". April-August 2004

Second Combined capacity building and project development programme on “Energy Efficiency and Cleaner Production in Rustavi, Georgia”. 2004.

Third Programme on “Cleaner Production and Energy Efficiency in Industry”, Tbilisi 2005.

Project Title Time Donor Organization
Contact Person
Restoration of Hydro Power; Electricity Distribution Improvement 

Pre-feasibility studies for rehabilitation of SHP's:
a) Tetrikhevi SHP
b) Sioni SHP
c) Martkobi SHP
d) Kabali SHP
e) Ritseula SHP
f) Alazany SHP


European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue Belard
B-1040 Brussels Belgium

Development and publication of the brochure "Hand - made Small Hydro Power Plant (SHP)"


European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue Belard
B-1040 Brussels Belgium

Pre-feasibility studies for Greenfield projects of SHP's:
a) Daba SHP,
b) Mirashkhani SHP
c) Khirsa SHP
d) Rikotula SHP
e) Lisi SHP
f) Rustavi- 1 SHP
g) Rustavi-2 SHP
h) Phonitchala SHP



Installation of the locally manufactured 100 kW hydro unit at the Suramula SHP, to ensure reserve power supply to the Rikoti Tunnel


European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue BelardB-1040 Brussels Belgium

Rehabilitation works at the Mejvriskhevi SHP with the utilization of the ESCO principle.(Pay-back scheme of the invested money will provide for rehabilitation of other plant).


European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue BelardB-1040 Brussels Belgium

The 5-th Framework program, the specific research and technology development program for Research and Technological Development and Demonstration on Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development, The OPET NETWORK, project " OPET Associate for Caucasus Region", including:
a) Promotion of small Hydro power
b) Pre- feasibility studies in SHP
c) Rural electrification in third countries


EU Commission

Development, manufacturing and installation of micro hydro units to promote sustainable development of poor remote mountainous areas.


World bank, ESMAP(Suspended by ESMAP with suggestion to include addition component)

The 5-th Framework program, the specific research and technology development program for Research and Technological Development and Demonstration on Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development, The OPET NETWORK, project " OPET Associate for Caucasus Region", including:
a) Promotion of SHP
b) Promotion of decentralized co-generation units on heating in Caucasus region
c) Policies, programs and technologies for propagation of renewable energy (power generation)


EU Commission

Synergy Eastern Climate Exchange Network Project, including:
a) Kabali SHP rehabilitation project from emission reduction view point 
b) Mirashkhani SHP rehabilitation project from emission reduction view point


EU Commission

Investigation and monitoring of dams and hydro electrical basins in Georgia and CIS 


Co-financed by the Ministry of Productive Activities of the Italian Republic

Construction of 4 family biogas installations and 4 animal waste storage in Terjola district villages Akhali Terjola and Alisubani


World Bank GEF Fund

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Georgia Winter Heat Assistance

Modernization of the heating and ventilation system in the Tbilisi Z.Paliashvili State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater with the purpose of improving the building's microclimate


European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue Belard B-1040 Brussels Belgium

Installation of the new heating and hot water supply systems in one of the residential buildings in Tbilisi with the aim to introduce ESCO principle


European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue BelardB-1040 Brussels Belgium

The 5-th Framework program, the specific research and technology development program for Research and Technological Development and Demonstration on Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development, The OPET NETWORK, project " OPET Associate for Caucasus Region", including:
a) Promotion of decentralized co-generation units on heating in Caucasus region


European Commission

Synergy Eastern Climate Exchange Network Project, including:
c) "Tbilgazi" Gas distribution system rehabilitation project from emission reduction view point


European Commission

Synergy Eastern Climate Exchange Network Project, including:
d) Demonstration project on heat and hot water supply system in Sabutalo and Didi Digomi -Tbilisi municipality project from emission reduction view point


European Commission

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Energy Saving

Recommendations on energy saving measures for Tbilisi underground


European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue Belard B-1040 Brussels Belgium

Application of energy saving technologies in "Almatea" Dairy resulted in:
a) substantial savings in energy consumption by the refrigerator container and compressor;
b) repair and improvements of the steampipe insulation with annual savings in power consumption of about 275 MWh;
c) Installation of solar thermal panels with the annual savings of 517 MWh of electricity




European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue Belard B-1040 Brussels Belgium

Energy Audit for Building of Georgian Design Survey Institute "Hydroproject" 1998-2001

Hagler Baily

A series of workshops and seminars in energy efficiency 1999-2002

OPET EU Commission

Development and publication of the booklet "Recommendations on the construction of biogas installations at small farms" 2001

European Commission
TACIS Program Procurement Unit
23 a rue Belard B-1040 Brussels Belgium

Sustainable energy for TB victims 2003-2004

The Royal Netherlands Embassy in Georgia

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Community Development

Biogas installations to increase Local Capacity and Save Environment in Racha 2002

EMPower: The Emerging Markets Foundation63 Wall Street, 20th FloorNew York, NY 10005 (Was not funded)

Biogas installations to increase local capacity among IDP's in Imereti" 2002

DFID, British Embassy in Georgia(Did not fit the budget tight requirements)

Renewable energy for community mobilisation and economic development (Creation of small credit union n selected villages in Akhaltsikhe district) 2001

Mercy Corps International, USAID The funder considered that beneficiary group was not too big.

Energy saving in residential and commercial buildings 2002

Horizonti, USAID (Under discussion by donor)

Georgia Energy Brigades (GEB) 2003

Mercy Corps

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