Central Asian Energy Efficiency Support Program

USAID’s Central Asian Energy Efficiency Support Program (CAEESP) aims to assist in reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) intensity and emissions by stimulating investment in energy efficiency technologies and projects.  This is a regional program implemented by ICF International in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

CAEESP’s key outcome is improved use and management of energy through the development of energy efficiency measures and applications.

Program activities include:

  • initial assessment and prioritization;
  • stakeholder awareness raising and training in energy efficiency approaches and technologies;
  • energy efficiency project development and financing facilitation;
  • support for private sector energy efficiency service providers;
  • regional analysis and recommendations in the area of energy efficiency.
Duration: 
September 2011 - September 2013
Partners: 
USAID Contact: 
Sergey Yelkin
Funding Source: 
USAID/CAR
Partners: 
Central Asia governments, ICF International
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