Sustainable Bioenergy for Georgia: A Roadmap
September 11, 2020

Sustainable Bioenergy for Georgia: A Roadmap

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has produced this Sustainable Bioenergy for Georgia roadmap as part of the EU4Energy programme, a five-year initiative funded by the European Union.

The central purpose of this document is to guide policymaking at all levels related to the supply and sustainable use of biomass for producing bioenergy in Georgia, and to act as a precursor for a national bioenergy strategy. This roadmap aims to help Georgia formulate its integrated National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) for 2030 as part of the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development’s wider State Energy Policy, in addition to other relevant strategies and plans across all levels of government.



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