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|| Green Energy Development Technical Guidelines
|| Global Green Growth Institute
|| Dereje Senshaw
| Published in:
|| December 2017
|| The Green Energy Development Technical Guidelines are developed to assist member countries in developing strategic green energy development plans and implementation road maps at every stage of the GGGI value chain. They serve as reference for government officials of GGGI member countries, GGGI staffs and consultants, development partners, and relevant stakeholders who are working on areas related to or looking to develop a project on green energy.
The target users of these guidelines include green growth and energy experts and practitioners, project developers and planners, and relevant national and international development partners in GGGI member countries. Depending on local needs in partner countries, GGGI’s country programs focus on identifying policy, planning and regulatory barriers for scaling up renewable energy, or removing financial barriers through specialized investment services for scaling renewable energy generation, access to sustainable energy services and energy efficiency.
The guidelines are neither a manual nor a step-by-step toolkit. Rather, they offer general guidance for the process of identifying, prioritizing, planning and implementing green energy development pathways along the GGGI value chain. GGGI advises users to use additional guidance, handbooks and tools during the planning and implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects to develop in-depth knowledge and skills.
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