According to the Bank’s website, the objective of the proposed Technical Cooperation is to support the Government of The Bahamas to advance clean energy development in the country. The specific objectives are: (i) to support the preparation of the second operation of the CCLIP BH-O0006, (ii) to provide implementation support to the first operation of the CCLIP, and (iii) to strengthen the energy sector institutional and regulatory framework for the energy transition. The proposed support includes technical assistance, analytical assessments and support for knowledge exchange and dissemination events.
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