Webinar Series: Sustainable Energy in Humanitarian Settings
Sustainable Energy for Powering Household and Community Lighting Needs in Humanitarian Settings - Which quality solar products for household use are on the market? How can humanitarian actors assess which lighting solutions for households and communities are needed? Presentations from Lighting Global and Oxfam will shed light on these questions. Practical Action and Mercy Corps will further share their experiences from a community needs assessment in Rwanda, and from delivering quality solar products in Afghanistan. Read more...
Thursday 14 Nov at 3 p.m. CET, (Registration link)
A cost benefit analysis was performed for the proposed investment programs in Zagreb and Osijek. The analysis compares the economic costs of the project scenario to the scenario without the project. The investment costs assumed for the calculations are HRK 186.5 and HRK 54.8 million in Zagreb and Osijek, respectively. These costs do not include taxes. The estimated economic rate of return for the Zagreb and Osijek components are 18.4% and 12.0%, respectively.
► English: Croatia District Heating Project.pdf