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This survey study on Lebanon’s solar water heaters market, conducted by the company Amer Nielsen, was funded by the Global Environment Funds under the Global Solar Water Heating and Market Transformation and Strengthening Initiative project, and was supervised by the United Nations Development Programme and the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation.
This report presents the national energy efficiency action plan (NEEAP) for Lebanon for the years 2011-2015. The action plan is presented in two different formats: Section 1- including the 14-initiative narrative NEEAP, and Section 2- including the tabulated format. The proposed NEEAP is also developed in accordance with the different points mentioned in the declaration of the Lebanese Government relating to energy efficiency and renewable energy, namely the set strategic target of 12% renewable energy by 2020.
This document outlines the Solar Water Heating Companies Qualification, a national certification and quality control system proposed by the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) in order to further develop the solar thermal market in Lebanon. Currently, there is a target for 140,000m2 of solar water heaters to be installed by 2014.
The qualification scheme will give eligibility to qualified companies, improving their standing amongst consumers. Its criterion has two parts: