The Indonesian Clean Energy Development (ICED) is a four-year (2011-2015) technical assistance program funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The ICED program aims to increase access to energy services to stimulate economic growth and reducing the growth of greenhouse gas emissions from the energy sector by improving clean energy development.
ICED supports a wide variety to stakeholders in the commercial development of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. ICED provides energy planning and policy reform support to selected national and local government intended to overcome barriers to increased contribution of clean energy. ICED advises project developers (for renewable energy) and hosts (for energy efficiency) in assessing the feasibility of clean energy technology applications. ICED offers local banks and financial institutions evaluate project financing proposals. ICED supports PLN, the national electric utility, improve the framework for electricity generated from renewable energy.
Through the ICED program, Tetra Tech is helping USAID to: improve energy sector policy and coordination; increase the development of clean energy projects, including energy efficiency and on- and off-grid renewable energy pilot projects, many of which are implemented under grants to private entities and NGOs; increase institutional capacity and public outreach; and administer grants and provide financial advisory services to encourage the implementation of renewable energy projects and support climate change mitigation activities.
|Location||Indonesia, East Asia and Pacific|
|Value||USD 51.8 Million|