The Climate Change and Clean Energy Project (CENERGY) is a four-year project funded by the United States Agency for International Development in the Philippines under the Office of Environment, Energy, and Climate Change. CENERGY supports the Philippine government’s integrated strategy to climate and energy policy that aims to curb the rapid progress of climate change. The project focuses on the power and transport sectors, which have been identified as the major sources of the country’s greenhouse gas emissions. The project adopts a multi-pronged approach that is designed to mitigate climate change through the improved utilization of clean and renewable energy in power and transport. CENERGY also aims to capitalize on existing collaboration among key government entities, the private sector, civil society, media, transport groups, and academe. The project’s implementation is envisaged to be carried out to four parallel but mutually supportive tasks.
|Location||Philippines, East Asia and Pacific|