|Priority Area:||Sustainable Energy|
|Project Title:||Transforming the Market for Efficient Lighting, Full-sized Project.|
|Budget and Source of Funds:||Full-sized project: US$ 7,020,000 (Global Environment Facility (GEF), USD 65 million (parallel and in-kind co-financing). Project Preparatory Grant (completed): US$ 390,000 (of which US$ 140,000 - GEF, US$ 250,000 - Government of Russia in kind)|
|Starting Date and Duration:||May 2010-2014|
|Project Site:||Russia: Moscow, Volga Federal District|
|Executing Agency:||Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation|
|Partnerships:||Moscow Government, Nizhny Novgorod Administration, relevant federal governmental bodies, expert community, private sector, NGOs|
|Delivery:||PPG: 2008-2010 US$ 140,000.00 FSP: 2010 US$ 238,000.00, 2011 US$ 560,875; 2012 US$ 687,689.30|
|Contacts:||National Project Director|
Anton Inyutsin, Deputy Minister of Energy
National Project Manager
Energy and Environment Unit
For more information please contact:
Ms. Natalia Olofinskaya
Head of Unit
Tel: +7 (495) 787 2139
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00072576 - Transforming the Market for Efficient Lighting, Full-sized Project.
The goal of this project is to reduce national greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Russia by meeting the project objective of transforming the Russian lighting market towards more energy efficient lighting (EEL) technologies and phasing-out inefficient lighting products. The project will do so by developing and adopting energy performance and product quality standards, including implementing national and regional policies for phasing-out inefficient light sources, and promoting effective enforcement and control mechanisms. The supply chain for energy efficient lighting will be strengthened through market research and monitoring, and support for the development of new energy efficient lighting products. Efficient lighting technologies will be piloted in Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod through residential, public buildings and street lighting initiatives, and replicated broadly. By the end of the 5-year project, implementation of these actions will result in direct energy savings of 121 kton CO2/year; and, indirect savings from market transformation and increased share of energy efficient lighting of 3.5 to 4.0 TWh/year, or 1.85 Mton CO2/year.
- Improved efficient lighting standards and policy framework.
- Supply chain for EE Lighting supported.
- Penetration of energy-efficient lighting increases in Moscow homes and buildings, and the initiatives replicated elsewhere.
- Energy-efficient street lighting is adopted in Nizhny Novgorod region and local EEL initiatives replicated elsewhere.
Energy Bulletin #14, 2012 'Morden Lighting in Schools'
10.05.2012. En.lighten.UNDP/GEF Efficient Lighting Project in Russia.
26.06.2011. Voice of Russia. Lighting efficiency and uniformity of standards in Russia.
16.06.2011. Children’s eyesight and achievements depend directly on lighting in school buildings.
17.06.2009. UNDP/GEF projects on energy efficiency presented at the international conference in Berlin
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