- A Overview
- B National Implementing Entity
- C Expected timeframe for the implementaion of the mitigation action
- D Currency
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- E Cost
|E.1.1||Estimated full cost of preparation||
|E.1.2||Comments on estimated full cost of preparation||
|E.2.1||Estimated full cost of implementation||
|E.2.2||Comments on estimated full cost of implementation||
- Development and construction of six solar plants. This includes the solar plant already under development in Samarkand.
- Development of local capabilities and technology improvement in Uzbekistan.
- Land and associated infrastructures (water, grid improvement, access, etc.)
- Improvement of R&D infrastructures, demonstration projects and test bed facilities
- Rural electrification projects
- Capacity building
|E.3.1||Estimated incremental cost of implementation||
|E.3.2||Comments on estimated incremental cost of implementation||
- F Estimated emission reductions
- G Other indicators
|G.1||Other indicators of implementation||
- Installed capacity. For small facilities and commercial plants.
- Electricity generated. For small facilities and commercial plants.
- Meeting pre-existing government targets.
- Policy impact indicator. Promote the principles of good governance and using impact assessment procedures and monitoring and indicator systems as aids to policy integration and effective policy-making.
- Deployment status indicator.
- H Other relevant information
|H.1||Other relevant information including co-benefits for local sustainable development||
Benefits for the environment:
- Reclamation of degraded land
- Reduction of the required transmission lines of the electricity grids
- Reduction of pollution
- Decrease gas leaks (part of solar energy replace energy produced by conventional natural gas plants)
From a socio-economic viewpoint the benefits of the exploitation of solar energy technologies comprise:
Even though the Roadmap focus on large scale power plants. In Uzbekistan, remote regions require different assistance: fresh water supply, house heating and stable electricity supply to improve and guarantee the quality of life.
- Increase of the regional/national energy independency
- Provision of significant work opportunities
- Diversification and security of energy supply
- Support of the deregulation of energy markets
- Acceleration of the rural electrification in developing countries
- Uzbekistan, due to its background, already acquired experience in solar technology and its strategic situation in Central Asia could become a regional knowledge, technology, and energy and production hub.
- I Relevant National Policies strategies, plans and programmes and/or other mitigation action
|I.1||Relevant National Policies||
Presidential Decree of the Republic of Uzbekistan № 4512 dated by March 1, 2013 "On measures for further development of alternative energy sources.". Approved by Presidential Decree of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated by March 4, 2015 № УП-4707 the "Program of measures for structural reforms, modernization and diversification of production in 2015-2019". Presidential Decree of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated by May 5, 2015 № ПП-2343 "On Measures Program for reducing the energy consumption, the introduction of energy saving technologies in the economy brunches and social sphere for 2015-2019"
|I.2||Link to other NAMAs||
- J Attachments