This Technology Transfer Advances Iran's
- Nationally Determined Contribution to mitigate its GHGs emission in 2030 by 4% compared to the Business As Usual (BAU) scenario.
Wastewater treatment consumes up to 3 per cent of all electrical energy of urban communities. The industry standard to date has relied on large-scale centralized treatment systems that require significant energy and expense to move and process wastewater.
Green minigrids are an increasingly popular option to bring electricity to remote communities. However, many past minigrids projects failed to achieve financial viability. They either stopped functioning, or require continuous injection of subsidies to maintain their operations.
The webinar presented the full cycle of Demand-Side-Management (DSM) programs for utilities from market study and characterization of the energy efficiency potential in a given sector (institutional, commercial, residential or industrial; program selection by the utility to achieve optimum result
This webinar will discuss the concept of energy poverty and explore some of the main challenges in addressing energy poverty within developing countries that are themselves facing growing climate change risks.
What can climate technologies do across all sectors to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change? Welcome to our fifth webinar in our new series. Join our CTCN Consortium Partner Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) for this introductory webinar on climate technologies for mitigation.