Regulatory Framework to Promote EE in EAEU Countries

Project Document

Regulatory Framework to Promote Energy Efficiency in the Countries of Euasian Economic Union

This regional project is financed by Trust Fund for Development of Russian Federation and UNDP and executed by UNDP Country Offices in the partner countries.

The overarching goal of the regional project is to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by promoting energy efficiency in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union, namely: Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Belarus, via strengthening the national systems for appliances EE standards. Download the Project Document in English, and a Project factsheet in English and in Russian.

The project focuses largely on capacity building and assisting governments, standardization institutions, manufacturing, distributing, retail, consumer and environmental stakeholders throughout the EEU region to implement the most cost-effective energy efficiency measure available. The project considers the comparative advantage of each participating country, priority activities will be carried out to help foster each country's preferred process for programme. The project builds on a number of past and current UNDP activities in the partner countries in the area of EE. The project foresees significant cooperation with the Russian Federation, both through technical and advisory support and in terms of technology transfer. There are two partner projects in Armenia, on lighting and on buildings, one in Belarus and one in Kazakhstan

The project also facilitates harmonization of test procedures, standards and labels among EEU countries, when appropriate. The project is expected to cost-effectively deliver an average reduction of 78 billion kWh energy consumption in the residential and commercial energy use in partner countries, resulting in average of 43 million ton of СО2 equivalent GHG emissions reduction in total at the time of peak impact by the year 2030 compared to a baseline scenario. Introduction of energy efficiency standards will contribute to the common market development, attraction of investment and achieve­ment of the ultimate goal – reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. In particular, the project will contribute to amendment and localization of the Technical Regulation of the Euasian Economic Union "On Energy Efficiency Requirements of Energy Consuming Devices" as well as to introduction of Energy Labeling system so that it supports promotion of energy efficiency in all partner countries.

Steering Committee

Steering Committee of the Regional Project

Steering Committee of the Regional Project

Monitors the project’s implementation and makes decisions on its strategic issues. The key distinct roles of the members of the SCRP are identified in the scheme below:

  • Executive: individual representing the project ownership to chair the group (UNDP COs Management, lead – UNDP CO Armenia)
  • Senior Suppliers: individual or group representing the interests of the parties concerned which provide funding and/or technical expertise to the project. The Senior Supplier’s primary function within the Board is to provide guidance regarding the technical feasibility of the project (representatives of the Russian Federation and CO Management in Kyrgyzstan, Belarus and Kazakhstan)
  • Senior Beneficiaries: individual or group of individuals representing the interests of those who will ultimately benefit from the project. The Senior Beneficiary’s primary function within the Board is to ensure the realization of project results from the perspective of project beneficiaries:
    • Ministry of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources of the Republic of Armenia (UNDP implementing partner in the Republic of Armenia);
    • State Committee for Industry, Energy and Mining of the Kyrgyz Republic (UNDP implementing partner in the Kyrgyz Republic);
    • State Committee for Standardization of the Republic of Belarus (Gosstandart);
    • Ministry of Investments and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

First Meeting of the Steering Committee

First Meeting of the Steering Committee

The first meeting of the Steering Committee of UNDP-RTF regional project was held in teleconference format at the Ministry of International Economic Integration and Reforms of the RA on 20 March 2018. Representatives of national partners and of UNDP country offices in all the participating countries attended the meeting.

Materials of the Meeting are available in Russian language only.

Agenda

Participants

Minutes

Suren Gyurjinyan: Overview of the project's organizational structure and activities

Anatoli Shevchenko: Details of draft work plan for year 2018

News / Events

Partners

Invitation to a Discussion

UNDP-RTF regional project shares draft decisions of the Eurasian Economic Commission on requirements for energy labels and energy efficiency classes for energy consuming appliances, included in the draft Technical Regulation "On Requirements to energy performance of energy consuming products" (in Russian). The draft decisions were elaborated by the regional project’s contractor “Stroyenergo” LTD.

UNDP-RTF regional project requests comments and recommendations from its stakeholders, expert community, academia, relevant public and private institutions at regulations@nature.am. The timeline of the invited contributions: before 15 June 2018.

dish washers                             conditioners      

drying machines                       refrigerators         

lamps                                       TV sets            

vacuum cleaners                      washing machines

Региональный проект ПРООН-РТФ представляет проекты решений Евразийской Экономической Комиссии по требованиям к маркировке энергоэффективности и классификации энергоэффективности энергопотребляющих приборов, включенным в Технический Регламент "О требованиях к энергетической эффективности энергопотребляющих устройств". Проекты решений разработаны ООО "Стройэнерго" по заказу регионального проекта.

Региональный проект ПРООН-РТФ запрашивает комментарии и рекомендации своих заинтересованных сторон в странах-партнерах, экспертного сообщества, научно-образовательных учреждений, соответствующих государственных и частных организаций по адресу regulations@nature.am. Срок представления комментариев: до 15 июня 2018г.