The Europe & Eurasia Regional Bureau serves Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Serbia, and Ukraine.
The Europe and Eurasia region contains some of the most carbon-intensive economies in the world that rely heavily on local coal for power. The region uses outdated and inefficient energy infrastructure with increasing risks of widespread power outages during extreme weather events. In addition, water stress threatens regional hydropower production and its further complicated by trans-boundary concerns. To address these concerns USAID partners with local stakeholders and IFIs to support diversification of energy supply by developing common energy markets, achieving economies of scale for renewables, building energy sector capacity and institutionalizing transparent governance necessary for attracting finance and investment in clean energy. USAID supported clean energy technology demonstrations are instrumental in capacity building for clean energy integration.
Climate Change Information
- GHG Emissions Factsheet: Macedonia (2017, 2 pages)
- USAID has not yet produced a Climate Risk Profile for Macedonia. A variety of resources provide climate change information, such as the World Bank's Climate Knowledge Portal.
- Eurasia Regional Energy Regulatory & Energy Security Program
- Black Sea Regional Transmission System Planning Project
- Southeast Europe Cooperation Initiative Transmission System Planning Project (SECI)
- Energy Investment Activity
- Impact Evaluation of the Macedonia Municipal Climate Change Strategies Integration Pilot
- Industrial Management Project: Final Report
- Success Story: USAID introduces Alternate Energy Technology
- See USAID IDEA indicator compilation for Macedonia: climate, energy, environment and more