BUILDING Energy Efficiency in Nepal (BEEN) is a four-year project funded by European Union under the SWITCH-Asia Programme and led by the University of Innsbruck, Austria (UIBK). BEEN is a project that aims to contribute to the development of low-carbon and resource-efficient construction in Nepal's construction sector by facilitating the design, construction and renovation of climate-friendly buildings.

AREAS OF INTERVENTION

Capacity Building

Capacity Building

The Building-MSMEs are the target groups consisting of consulting firms and individuals involved in building design and construction, including architects, engineers, builders, contractors,

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Market System

Market System

The project supports the growth of MSMEs in the building construction sector by creating a market system. The project also helps building MSMEs to develop and execute innovative marketing

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Financial Instruments

Financial Instruments

Financial institutions are crucial players in the growth of any sector, and the same holds true for the integration of energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy (RE) in the building sector.

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Policy environment

Policy environment

Municipal governments are responsible for establishing technical standards and guidelines for the buildings, but many do not include energy efficiency (EE) and renewable energy

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our targets

Geographical Coverage

Sindhuli Dolakha Ramechhap Kavre Sindhupalchok Rasuwa Nuwakot Dhading Makwanpur Chitwan Gorkha Lamjung Tanahun Nawalpur Rupandehi Kapilvastu Arghakhanchi Palpa Gulmi Syangja Kaski Parbat Myagdi Manang Mustang Rolpa Pyuthan Dang Banke Bardiya K L B Rukum East Baglung Parasi

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