The project intends to reduce the energy consumption in new buildings in Kyrgyzstan by 30-40% by: adopting and enforcing internationally recognized building energy performance codes, standards and labels (the Energy Pass); demonstrating the feasibility and viability of an integrated design approach for energy efficiency in public buildings; building capacity of the building and construction professionals to implement the new legislation; and establishing a monitoring agency to help regulate energy usage and CO2 emissions in the building sector.

Project Details

GEF Project ID
3425
Country
Kyrgyz Republic
Implementing Agencies
United Nations Development Programme
Approval FY
2008
Status
Completed
Region
Europe and Central Asia
Executing Agencies
State Architecture and Construction Agency
GEF Period
GEF - 4
Project Type
Medium-size Project
Focal Areas
Funding Source
GEF Trust Fund

Financials

USD
Co-financing Total
3,232,000
GEF Project Grant
900,000
GEF Agency Fees
90,000

Timeline

Received by GEF
24 Jul 2007
Concept Approved
15 Jan 2008
Project Approved for Implementation
12 Aug 2008
Project Closed
04 Dec 2015