Scaling-up Investment in Low-Carbon Public Buildings
Reducing emissions from Bosnia-Herzegovina’s public sector buildings through better energy efficiency and fuel substitution from fossil fuel to biomass.
Bosnia-Herzegovina has a large stock of ageing buildings with high energy consumption and that are heated by high-emission fossil fuels. This is a consequence of neglect and under-investment during and after the Bosnian war (1992-1995), and leaves buildings in urgent need of upgrade.
Energy efficiency retrofits and substituting coal and fuel oil to biomass will significantly reduce emissions from public buildings. The project will impact 7-8% of stock, some 360 public buildings. Technical assistance will also help address non-financial barriers and create supportive policies, regulations, and capacities to support the transformations and encourage replication.
The project has an estimated lifespan of 20 years.
- Private sector
- Public sector
GCF financing6% disbursed
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2019 Annual Performance Report for FP051: Scaling-up Investment in Low-Carbon Public Buildings UNDP FP051
||Annual Performance Report||01 Mar 2020|
Gender action plan for FP051: Scaling-up Investment in Low-Carbon Public Buildings UNDP FP051
||Gender action plan||31 Jan 2018|
Gender assessment for FP051: Scaling-up Investment in Low-Carbon Public Buildings UNDP FP051
||Gender assessment||31 Jan 2018|
Scaling up investment in low-carbon public buildings UNDP FP051
||Approved funding proposal||06 Nov 2017|