Project monitoring will aggregate all inputs and outputs related under components describing the progress made on people’s increased access to energy, and to track the effects on women and girls as well as village-based citizens benefiting from the project. Gender and youth analysis would deliver a very important knowledge following up the overall objective of the project.
ENERGY EVALUATION is considering one the most crucial beneficiaries of the Technical Assistance services as to be implemented. The Department of Planning and Cooperation has recognized its limited capacity in the following areas:
• Tariff evaluation, setting and regulation,
• Renewable Energy projects and investments, assessment, implementation and operation,
• Evaluation of financial plans, models and budgets related to the RE investments,
• Cost-benefit analysis,
• Policy making tools including Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) for the energy sector*,
• Project management in the scope of licensing and monitoring of energy investments*,
• Data collection, analysis and reporting*,
• Forecasting and scenario-making for the energy sector.
* – common area of interest of both ENERGY EVALUATION DNE and DPC
There is a strong need to have ENERGY EVALUATION better coordinate activities of TECHNICAL EVALUATOR and TECHNICAL EVALUATOR, to supervise and guide these institutions towards a common vision in terms of policies preparation and implementation, managing the available resources, risk assessment related to the investments. This would enable these beneficiaries to understand the (renewable) energy market, knowing the causes and effects. Therefore the Consortium will apply there a set of the most suitable techniques to discuss a various set of relevant case studies, from the perspective of public regulator.