GEF/UNDP/DOE Philippine Green Energy Rating Program (Energy Efficiency) (2004 - 2007)

The Green Energy Rating Program (Green E) was designed to rate and recognize outstanding renewable energy projects implemented in the country based on objective environmental criteria. It served as a mechanism to award and provide incentives to project developers and end-users that gave significant and active participation in successful RE projects. Green-E was among the promotional programs that were developed under the Philippine Capacity Building to Remove Barriers to Renewable Energy Development (CBRED) Project.

IIEC designed the whole program and conducted a pilot test of the design by end of 2004. The design included: (1) the development of the criteria, rating scheme, operating guidelines, monitoring and evaluation protocols, (2) assistance in the identification and training of the members of the Verification Committee, (3) financial plan and (4) program promotions strategy.

Funding Agency/Client: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) / Department of Energy

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