Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS May 6, 2022
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The general objective of this technical cooperation is to promote the deployment of Distributed Generation (DG) with renewable energies (RE) for self-consumption and Energy Efficiency (EE) measures in the buildings in Suriname by: (i) elaborating an EE diagnosis and a market study for DG, (ii) defining suitable financial, implementation and regulatory mechanisms for the promotion of DG and EE projects, and (ii) increasing local content to promote the creation of local jobs.
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