Status of initiative: N/a
Description/achievement of initiative

Increase the contribution of renewable energy to the national energy supply by 20% by 2020 and support the development of indigenous energy sources.

To reduce the consumption of electricity in the public sector by 20% by 2020.

Implementation methodologies

By promoting energy efficiency at all levels and in all sectors at the national level.

By strengthening the institutional and legal framework for sustainable energy.

By developing and implementing standards and guidelines for energy efficient products.

By developing and establishing a suite of fiscal measures and a financing mechanism for greater penetration of sustainable energy technologies and products.

By facilitating capacity- building , innovation, research and development for sustainable energy.

By implementing a comprehensive sustainable energy education and awareness programme.

By providing an enabling environment for sustainable energy that simultaneously allows the private sector to generate business opportunities that are consistent with the Green Economy Concept.

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

Partner(s)

Saint Lucia, in partnership with the Governments of Australia, Denmark, New Zealand, Norway, and the United Kingdom, and UNDP.
Deliverables
2020
To reduce the consumption of electricity in the public sector by 20%
2020
Increase the contribution of renewable energy to the national energy supply by 20% and support the development of indigenous energy sources.
Sustainable Development Goals and targets
Resources devoted to implementation
Other, please specify
To be achieved with assistance from development partners.
SMART
This initiative does not yet fulfil the SMART criteria.
SDGs
Action Network
Information
Location: Saint Lucia
Date of completion: 2020
Operating in countries
Partner connections
Contact information/focal point(s)
Permanent Mission of Nauru to the United Nations, nauru@un.int

Documents
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