Support to the Government of Azerbaijan to develop energy sector

Project Description

The project supports the Government of Azerbaijan (Ministry of Energy) to further develop the energy sector in line with the best European/international expertise and practices. The specific objective of this assignment is to assist the Ministry of Energy to develop a Long-Term Energy Strategy (LTES), which analyses various policy options and scenarios for energy sector development until 2050, based on a thorough assessment of the energy supply, demand trends and considering potential for renewables and energy efficiency.
Within the project, the following activities were performed:
• Review and assessment of all available data, including Strategic Road Maps, primary and secondary legislation, renewable energy potential, tariffs in the energy sector, Energy Balances, deliverables from previous relevant projects;
• Involvement of main stakeholders in LTES and the Ministry of Energy relevant Departments;
• Identification and analysis of the available options under each strategic direction and development of scenarios to be considered in the Long-Term Energy Strategy, under the deermination of goals and specific targets.

Specific Objective

The specific objective is to assist the Ministry of Energy to develop a long-term energy
strategy, which analyses various policy options and scenarios for development until 2050

Expected Results

– Long-Term Energy Strategy for Azerbaijan, including Action Plan, strategic directions, objectives and targets, KPIs;
– Workshops and series of consultations with stakeholders on energy strategy.

Project Map

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  • Priority Area:
    Connectivity, energy efficiency, environment and climate change

  • Region: Absheron

  • Project Type: Local

  • Start Date: 2019-09-05

  • End Date: 2020-07-05
  • Implementing Organisation:

  • EU Contribution:
    €214 760

  • EU Project Number:
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