Programme for Energy Efficiency in Buildings – PEEB
As of: January 2020
Objective and activities
The Programme for Energy Efficiency in Buildings (PEEB) is a demand-oriented advisory facility. It combines the financial knowledge of the Agence Française de Developpement (AFD) with the technical knowledge of GIZ and the Agence de l'Environnement et de la Maitrise de l'Energie (ADEME). The aim is to improve the prerequisites for financing large-scale energy efficiency projects in the building sector. PEEB supports the further development of energy efficiency policies to increase energy efficiency in the building sector and the creation of incentive systems to mobilize private investment. Concrete projects are developed to the point where they are ready for funding, and actors involved (e.g. ministries, local banks, project developers) are enabled to carry out their tasks during the different stages of the development process. The results will be introduced as practical examples in the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction (GABC) and other relevant networks.
State of implementation/results
- PEEB Operational Launch at COP23 in Bonn
- In December 2017 the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) became a member of the Global Alliance for Buildings and Construction (GABC).
- Information about the PEEB project are published on the project website (see link).
- In October 2018 the Moroccan Government, teh GABC and PEEB hosted a regional exchange about energy efficiency in buildings in the MENA region with more than 100 participants from 10 countries.
- In June 2018 the Minstry of Energy (SENER) and the National Housing Commission (CONAVI) established a Mexican Alliance for Buildings and Construction (GABC MX).
- A collaboration betweenPEEB and the National Energy Agency (ANME) in the analysis of development in the building sector started, together with United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (UNESCWA) and KfW.
- PEEB hosted an exchange with representatives from five different Vietnamese ministries as part of a one-week study visit to Germany.