ABOUT THE PROJECT
Welcome to The Energy Efficiency through the Development of Low-carbon RAC Technologies project. This project seeks to develop low-carbon refrigeration and air conditioning technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as part of a wider partnership programme between the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and the UNDP, in support of the country’s international commitments to combat climate change.
Enhance the national policy regulatory and
institutional frameworks for sustainable end use of RAC technologies.
Accelerates RAC market transformation towards less energy intensive and low GWP technologies
Information outreach and Monitoring and Evaluation implementation
A Closer Look: Action on Sustainable Energy Efficient Cooling in Trinidad and Tobago
Rising temperatures have become a common occurrence closely associated with climate change. Experts have indicated that 2021 joins its preceding year (2020) in being the top seven warmest years on record. As temperatures continue to rise and heat events set to...
T&T pushes for energy-efficient AC
TWO YEARS ago, Trinidad and Tobago received a pledge of roughly US$5 million (TT$33.5 million) in grant funding from the Global Environment Facility to help reduce both its carbon emissions as well as substances that deplete the ozone layer-a novel approach that...
National Guidelines for the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Sector of Trinidad and Tobago
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