NAMA on reduction of GHG emissions by energy efficient modernization of multi-story soviet type residential buildings in Uzbekistan
The NAMA was a part of the project “Integrated Approach for the Development of Climate-Friendly Economies in Central Asia”, which was supported by the International Climate Change Initiative of the Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear safety of Germany three NAMA concepts have been developed. The overall objective of the mentioned project was to support Central Asian (CA) countries in developing a comprehensive policy framework for mitigating climate change and assist them to re-orient their economic development in a low carbon, climate friendly way.
The NAMA concept envisages reduction of energy consumption for heating and hot water supply in existing residential buildings that are connected to the district heating system (DHS) in Tashkent of the following types:
- 4 floor brick building – 22 building in total,
- 4-floor panel building – 20 buildings in total,
- 9-floor panel building – 23 buildings in total.
Measures have been identified and their energy saving potential estimated.
The project was carried out by a consortium of partners coordinated by DIW econ, the consultancy company of the German Institute for Economic Research in Berlin during 2011 -2014. Among the partners of the consortium CAREC, IWO (Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe) and Climate focus have been engaged in the development of NAMAs in Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
International Climate Change Initiative of the Federal Ministry of Environment Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)