Supply-side efficiency and energy conservation and planning project

The project was developed to strengthen the capacity of the Syrian Arab Republic to implement and sustain long-term energy efficiency efforts that will have positive impacts on both global and local environments. The project was expected to contribute to the development objective through the creation of a multi-purpose Syrian Energy Services Centre (SECS) and a National Energy Efficiency Program (NEEP) and by improving supply-side efficiency through the demostration of Efficiency Management Systems and Maintenance Management Systems (EMS/MMS) at the Banias Power Plant. The initial project design proposed 29 project outputs under the five project objectives, which were slightly redesigned after the mid term evaluation following the evaluation recommendarions.

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Thematic Cluster: 

Energy efficiency

Theme of Evaluation: 

Other Energy Efficiency

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Middle East and North Africa

Type of Evaluation: 

Final Evaluation



Evaluation Author: 

Klickenberg Consultants - Frank Klickenberg et al

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