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.
- 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.