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1.

Association - Allplan / Energon

SA-IRN-ALLPLAN ENERGY EFFICIENCY PARTNERSHIP IN IRAN

  • 346,654
  • Iran
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SA-IRN-ALLPLAN ENERGY EFFICIENCY PARTNERSHIP IN IRAN
Company Name Association - Allplan / Energon
Funded By 119
Country Iran , Western Asia
Project Value 346,654
Project Detail

The aim of the project is to contribute to the emergence of a market for services to increase energy efficiency in Iran. expected results With its financial support, ADA enables the development of local partners into energy efficiency consultants according to international standards. RCE will be able to - in industries such as steel, oil, cement and brick - independently carry out energy audits or CO2 and H2O footprint assessments and thus contribute to: Reduce energy and water consumption as well as CO2 emissions and increase energy efficiency and employee capacity to implement energy efficiency measures. target group Over the next three years, the initiative will benefit more than 60 Iranian companies and institutions, as well as over 1,000 people. After completing the assessments / audits, 2 to 3 new energy efficiency jobs will be created per industrial site. activities Specifically, it is about - the building of knowledge with the help of on-the-job training programs for the employees of the local partners RCE and ISGM, - Information / lectures for universities, industry representatives and banks and - Assessments / Audits to prepare ISO 50001 certifications.

Sector Administration & Marketing

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Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Energy Efficiency Action Plan

  • 159,059
  • United States
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Energy Efficiency Action Plan
Company Name Pascua Yaqui Tribe
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 159,059
Project Detail

The creation of a Pascua Yaqui Tribe Energy Efficiency Action Plan will: 1) establish the Tribe’s baseline energy usage for calendar year 2015; 2) audit selected Tribal buildings with significant energy usage plus a representative cross section of Tribal housing units; and 3) identify and prioritize EEMs for implementation. The goal is to gain a complete understanding of the range of EEM alternatives for both tribal buildings and tribal housing units that can be implemented by the Tribe to reduce energy demand. In addition, the goal is also to provide valuable information to the Tribe regarding the energy impact of various types of construction under consideration in future construction on the Reservation. Activities that the Tribe will take to realize the goals of this project include hiring a qualified energy auditor; collecting baseline data and conducting energy audits of selected tribal buildings; and developing the Pascua Yaqui Tribe Energy Action Plan where EEMs can be compared with other investment opportunities. The final Plan will provide sufficient information to allow the Tribe to make informed decisions on improving the energy efficiency of existing tribal buildings and housing units, including a detailed analysis of all audited buildings’ current conditions and energy use. The Plan will also recommend appropriate Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification standards for future tribal buildings, enabling the Tribe to more proactively meet the Tribe’s energy savings goals moving forward. Should the Tribe determine that a TUA will be formed as a result of a planned feasibility study, the Pascua Yaqui Energy Efficiency Action Plan will be an informative guide for determining optimal load size for the TUA if the efficiency improvements recommended by the Plan are implemented. If a TUA is not formed, the Energy Efficiency Action Plan will serve as a standalone document that will assist the Tribe in reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions and in lowering energy costs, both now and into the future.

Sector Energy and Power

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Native Village of Atmautluak

Atmautluak Energy Efficiency Project

  • 145,175
  • United States
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Atmautluak Energy Efficiency Project
Company Name Native Village of Atmautluak
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 145,175
Project Detail

The goal is for Native Village of Atmautluak to reduce and stabilize energy costs in tribal buildings by setting energy efficiency improvement goals. The tribal buildings in this project include the Community Hall, Gaming Department, Public Safety Building, and Traditional Council Shop. The objectives and tasks toward achieving energy efficiency goals are: Initiate building monitoring and onsite assessment Develop a data plan Establish initial meeting between Native Village of Atmautluak Traditional Council and the project manager and energy auditor Select a baseline year Collect baseline energy data Survey energy use and identify significant energy users Develop an Energy Action Plan, Maintenance Plan, and training opportunities Attend final meeting between Native Village of Atmautluak Traditional Council and the project manager and energy auditor to discuss results and next steps. The outcome of this project is the Native Village of Atmautluak Energy Action Plan, which prioritizes actions to be taken and establishes a timeline for implementation. The completed energy audit process, done in conjunction with the Tribe, will empower the Native Village of Atmautluak with energy-efficient, safe, and comfortable buildings. The buildings can showcase to the community what the energy efficiency retrofit process looks like, and inspire other community members to take similar, smaller steps to retrofit their own homes and businesses.

Sector Energy and Power

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Company Name Native Village of Atmautluak
Web Site https://www.energy.gov/indianenergy/native-village-atmautluak-2017-project

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Forest County Potawatomi Community

Developing Residential Energy Usage Baselines and Energy Efficiency Options

  • 162,741
  • United States
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Developing Residential Energy Usage Baselines and Energy Efficiency Options
Company Name Forest County Potawatomi Community
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 162,741
Project Detail

The Developing Residential Energy Usage Baselines and Energy Efficiency Options project is a two-pronged approach to home energy analysis on homes located on FCPC tribal lands: 1) establish baseline energy usage and 2) identify energy efficiency options. The Project Team will first conduct community outreach to educate tribal homeowners about the overall goal of the project and the components within it. Following outreach efforts, the Energy Specialist will work with energy service providers to obtain and analyze baseline energy-usage data for all homes on the FCPC reservation The next step in the project entails conducting comprehensive home energy audits on about one-third of all FCPC reservation homes. Once home energy audits are complete, the Energy Specialist and Project Coordinator will create a master Tribal Home Energy Action Plan, taking into consideration the efficiency options identified during the auditing process. Individual action plans will be created for each tribal home that is audited, and this information will be reviewed with each homeowner so that efficiency measures can be explored and potentially implemented. With a home efficiency cost-sharing program developed independently from this project, the Tribe will further assist homeowners in making the recommended improvements by incurring some of the associated expenses. The Tribe is seeking a 15% decrease in energy consumption for each audited home once implementation of these efficiency options are applied. The Project Team is also prepared to work diligently with concerned tribal members, as well as with energy service providers, to ensure that any data collected during the scope of the project are only used for project-specific purposes.

Sector Energy and Power

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Company Name Forest County Potawatomi Community
Web Site https://www.energy.gov/indianenergy/forest-county-potawatomi-2017-project

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Akiachak Native Community

Akiachak Energy Efficiency Project

  • 146,020
  • United States
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Akiachak Energy Efficiency Project
Company Name Akiachak Native Community
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 146,020
Project Detail

The goal for Akiachak Native Community is to reduce energy usage in existing tribal facilities by reducing and stabilizing energy costs in tribal buildings by setting energy efficiency improvement goals. It is important to Akiachak that any energy efficiency improvements are a good fit with the community. This project will produce an Energy Action Plan that will develop and implement solutions to minimize energy use and maximize energy savings, which will fit well with the long-term goals of Akiachak Native Community. This project will establish baseline energy use in tribal community buildings for setting energy efficiency improvement goals as well as providing a comparison point for evaluating future efforts. It will measure energy use and energy intensity at a determined level of detail and will establish a benchmark for future comparison. The project objectives are: Initiate building monitoring and onsite assessment Develop a data plan Establish an initial meeting between Akiachak Native Community IRA Council and the project manager and energy auditor Select a baseline year Collect baseline energy data Survey energy use and identify significant energy users Develop an energy action plan, maintenance plan, and training opportunities Attend a final meeting between Akiachak Native Community IRA Council and the project manager and energy auditor. The steps to achieve these objectives will include selecting tribal buildings for this project; establishing a baseline year; gathering baseline energy data; surveying energy use and identifying significant energy users; and developing an energy, action plan, and training opportunities. Leading by example through sustainable practices and behaviors is an important outcome that sends a message to the entire community that this is important and worth the effort. The primary outcome is the Akiachak Native Community Energy Action Plan, which prioritizes actions to be taken and establishes a timeline for implementation. The completed energy audit process, done in conjunction with the Tribe, will empower the Akiachak Native Community with energy efficient, safe, and comfortable buildings. The buildings can showcase to the Village how an energy efficiency retrofit works and inspire others to make changes to their homes.

Sector Energy and Power

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Company Name Akiachak Native Community
Web Site https://www.energy.gov/indianenergy/akiachak-native-community-2017-project

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Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Technical Assistance for Rural Alaska Tribal Energy Solutions

  • 589,597
  • United States
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Technical Assistance for Rural Alaska Tribal Energy Solutions
Company Name Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 589,597
Project Detail

The intent of this project is to provide technical assistance to rural tribal communities across all regions of Alaska, focusing on community energy solutions for public infrastructure. ANTHC will conduct a program initiation phase that will include marketing and creating a technical assistance request framework for interested communities to apply for technical assistance under the program. ANTHC’s objective is to provide a minimum of 15 engineering feasibility studies for capital projects and 15 level three energy audits over 3 years to tribal communities across Alaska. An additional objective is to provide technical review of 15 previously developed engineering plans or funded projects for tribal communities requesting review from a third party. The final objective under the TA program is to provide financial analysis and funding source identification for at least 15 projects over the course of this grant. The overarching goal of this effort is to develop reliable engineering documents and accurate economic assessments to provide tribes with the necessary tools to seek grant and loan financing to develop energy projects. A related goal is for at least 50% of the projects identified during technical assistance to acquire funding for design and construction. As projects are funded and move to implementation, ANTHC engineering and project management staff will be available as a resource to provide ongoing assistance as needed. The technical assistance needs of Alaska Native communities are varied. One of the primary needs for technical assistance is identifying and developing projects to improve energy performance of nonresidential, noncommercial facilities. For these types of facilities, the following key areas of technical assistance are proposed to develop projects: Energy audits and energy efficiency project development Feasibility studies for capital projects Financing acquisition assistance Review of funding applications and engineering plan sets. Based on previous experience and the known quantity of public infrastructure without recent energy improvement projects in Alaska Native communities, ANTHC estimates that the energy project development technical support could produce $1 million in annual savings. Specific measurable outcomes of this effort include a variety of tangible deliverable documents that will help tribes develop energy projects and overcome the barriers limiting implementation of tribal energy projects. Additional measureable outcomes include total projects developed and percentage of developed projects that are funded.

Sector Energy and Power

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Company Name Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Web Site https://www.energy.gov/indianenergy/alaska-native-tribal-health-consortium-2016-project

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Tanadgusix Corporation

Deep Energy Makeover for the POSS Camp at St. Paul Island Alaska

  • 2 Million
  • United States
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Deep Energy Makeover for the POSS Camp at St. Paul Island Alaska
Company Name Tanadgusix Corporation
Country United States , Northern America
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

The proposed improvements for this project for the POSS Camp include those listed in a recent independent energy audit, which has been revised for this project to include only the highest-payback items. The energy audit was performed considering the present use of the facility, with the majority of building square footage consisting of unheated storage space. Presently, there are 28,000 square feet of high-bay hangar space that is either completely or inadequately heated. The inability to cost-effectively heat this space makes it unacceptable for both the present tenant and potential future tenants. Therefore, in addition to the energy improvements listed in the energy audit report, this project includes additional wind turbine capacity and the installation of heat pumps (to be powered by wind) for cost-effectively providing consistent heat to three of the four existing hangar high-bay rooms. The improvements were selected based on the following general criteria: 1) financial viability, 2) capital costs, and 3) enhancing the long-term viability of the structure. With this in mind, the following focus areas were selected: repair/stabilize/improve building envelope; improve heat-delivery systems; upgrade lighting to reduce power consumption; and add a wind turbine to the power system. The work was further divided into the following categories: Electrical retrofit Thermal system upgrades Building envelope Wind turbine.

Sector Energy and Power

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8.

Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency

Industrial Energy Efficiency in Egypt

  • 28 Million
  • Egypt
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Industrial Energy Efficiency in Egypt
Company Name Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency
Funded By United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
Country Egypt , Northern Africa
Project Value 28 Million
Project Detail

The project seeks to address some of the key barriers to industrial energy efficiency (IEE), to deliver measurable results and to make an impact on how Egyptian industries manage energy through an integrated approach that combines capacity building and technical assistance interventions at the policy and energy efficiency project level. Primary target groups of the project are industrial decision-makers (managers), engineers, vendors and other professionals and IEE policy-making and/or implementing institutions. The project will provide technical assistance to develop and help establish market oriented policy instruments needed to support sustainable progression of Egyptian industries toward international best energy performance and to stimulate the creation of a market for IEE products and services. The project will build knowledge and in-depth technical capacity for IEE, with an emphasis on system optimization and ISO energy management in industry, energy professionals and relevant institutions, such as the Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency and other concerned institutions. The project will provide technical assistance, including energy audits and support a limited number of pilot IEE projects with high replication and/ or energy savings potential in the key industrial sectors to reach implementation. The project’s ultimate goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by establishing a policy environment that enables and supports sustainable adoption of energy efficient technologies and management as an integral part of industries’ business practices; an environment in which a cadre of well-trained and equipped experts in system optimization and energy management assists industries in developing and implementing energy efficiency improvement projects

Sector Energy and Power

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Company Name Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency
Web Site https://open.unido.org/projects/EG/projects/100349

9.

Indigo 2 PD 2706/CIB

Capital Indigo Private Debt

  • 3,500 Billion
  • Mexico
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Capital Indigo Private Debt
Company Name Indigo 2 PD 2706/CIB
Funded By Inter-American Investment Corporation
Country Mexico , Northern America
Project Value 3,500 Billion
Project Detail

The objective of the investment is to increase access to financing for Mexican medium sized firms that lack the necessary ability and capacity to tap traditional long-term sources of funding. To support this objective, the Inter-American Investment Corporation (“IIC”) is proposing investing in Indigo 2 PD (the “Fund”), a private debt fund that will provide debt financing to Mexican medium sized companies. IIC will invest up to the lesser of MXN450 million or 20% of the Fund. Additionally, IIC will add strategic value to the Funds team by participating on the Fund’s shareholder committee, by promoting the use of the Women’s Empowerment Tool at the Fund and portfolio levels, by providing trainings to the Fund Manager and portfolio companies on energy efficiency topics, and by having available up to three energy audits for potential portfolio companies.

Sector Financial

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FUNDACION LABORAL DE LA CONSTRUCCION

A new boost for green jobs, growth and sustainability

  • 80 Million
  • Spain
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A new boost for green jobs, growth and sustainability
Company Name FUNDACION LABORAL DE LA CONSTRUCCION
Funded By European Union
Country Spain , Western Europe
Project Value 80 Million
Project Detail

"Moving to a greener economy creates the need for new skills and competencies profiles, requiring the development of strong alliances for the adjustment of current training and qualification frameworks. On the basis of a Quadruple Helix approach, this project aims to define and develop a training and accreditation scheme on green skills. This scheme will address, in an articulated way, professional, market and customer barriers that stand in the way for the consolidation of Energy Efficiency (EE), Renewable Energy Systems (RES) and nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB). It will be based on on-site and on-line training, transversally incorporating BIM and LEAN methodology. Specifically, the project will: *Improve skills of workers from the construction industry on EE, RES and nZEB, taking into account the entire value chain of the building. *Promote cooperation and understanding between the different trades and professional groups by incorporating to the training the quality paradigm known as LEAN Construction as well as BIM methodology. *Develop a new standard of sectoral competencies on EE, RES and nZEB following the methodology EQF (learning outcome approach) as well as ECVET and quality criteria EQUAVET. *Develop a new ""Energy Audit"" qualification. *Foster the specialization of SMEs in sustainable construction and its leadership in the market, allowing knowledge to be translated into innovative services to gain market share. *Certify skills by creating the accreditation ""Green tag"" to promote interaction and collaboration between stakeholders throughout mutual recognition. *Encourage innovation and improvement of work processes in regard to customer relations, workers and SMEs (guidance, needs detection and decision making on health, comfort and EE). "

Sector Human Resource

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Company Name FUNDACION LABORAL DE LA CONSTRUCCION
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/214450_en.html

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