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Green Energy Center in Iran (GECI) – Enabling climate mitigation through capacity development

As of: January 2021

Despite having an energy market dominated by fossil fuels, Iran nonetheless intends to increase the proportion of renewables in the energy mix and implement measures for energy efficiency. This project aims to support the transition to a green economy while creating economic incentives for the use of climate-neutral technologies. Iran is receiving support towards achieving its climate targets in the form of basic and advanced training programmes as well as international knowledge transfer. The project is also preparing planning documents for setting up a sustainable ‘Green Energy Centre of Iran’, which involves measures for know-how transfer and capacity building. The project is taking a train-the-trainer approach to upskilling experts in the public, private and academic sectors as well as finance. Particular attention is being paid to options for incorporating relevant training units into existing academic educational programmes.

State of implementation/results

  • Various workshops and guest lecturers, with experts from Germany took place.
  • Due to high demand, an online training offers learning for a broader target group.

Project data

Country:
Iran

Implementing organisation:
Technische Universität Berlin

Political partner(s):
  • Ministry of Energy - Islamic Republic of Iran

Implementing partner(s):
  • Renewables Academy AG (RENAC)

BMU grant:
1.498.599,54 €

Duration:
05/2017  till  09/2020


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