According to bank documents, the project aims to scale up renewable biomass utilization and efficient energy use in space heating of multi-apartment buildings in selected urban localities in Belarus. This will also support investments in scaling up biomass-based district/central heating and thermal renovation of MABs, as well as associated technical assistance for development of relevant sector policies and institutional capacity. The main outcomes sought are increased economical utilization of sustainable wood biomass for centralized space heating and demonstration of a viable long-term financing and delivery modality for large-scale thermal renovation of MABs.
Implementing Agency: Energy Efficiency Department, State Committee for Standardization
Mikhail Malashenko, Director
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