Sustainable Rural Biomass Energy

About the project

The Sustainable Rural Biomass Energy (SRBE) Project is a three-year programme to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by producing and using sustainable biomass. The project is providing fuel-efficient stoves to families in rural Bhutan, and is demonstrating biomass energy technologies to the industry. 

Project Objectives

  1. Reducte GHG emissions in rural households and industrial sectors of Bhutan by using the country’s biomass energy resources in a more sustainable manner. 

UNDAF Outcomes and Outputs

UNDAF Outcome 1: By 2018, sustainable and green economic growth that is equitable, inclusive, climate and disaster resilient and promotes poverty reduction and employment opportunities particularly for vulnerable groups enhanced.

UNDAF Output1.1: Policies and studies for integrated natural resource management, climate change adaptation/mitigation and poverty-environment nexus developed.

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