Mexico Energy Efficiency Assessment for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Mitigation: Final Report
The USAID-funded Climate Economic Analysis for Development, Investment and Resilience (CEADIR) project is partnering with countries like Mexico to identify promising activities that could reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from energy production distribution, and consumption from FY 2016 to FY 2021.
This report presents the findings of an assessment on energy efficiency, financing, and market mechanisms in Mexico to identify cost-effective, technically feasible activities that USAID/Mexico could support in a potential GHG mitigation project to reduce GHG emissions. The report identifies financing instruments to increase capital flows for low emission development and the technical and political feasibility of economic instruments that provide price signals to reduce GHG emissions. In addition, gender perspectives are mainstreamed throughout the assessment.
The CEADIR assessment covers Mexico’s legal and institutional framework for climate change and energy efficiency. It also includes meetings with stakeholders from governments, multilateral and bilateral donors and development banks, civil society organizations, private firms, and academia to discuss ongoing and planned efforts, lessons learned, and opportunities for potential USAID assistance.
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