Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia
Year created: 1998 No of staff: 8
Sources of Funding
|40% - European|
|10% - National|
|10% - Regional|
|10% - Local|
|20% - Private|
|10% - In-house|
The main goal of the Energy Efficiency Centre Georgia is to support renewable energy and energy efficiency development and as a result improve national energy security level and minimize negative environmental impact.
Areas of expertise: EEC operates in energy and related environmental, industrial and building sectors and provides consultancy services such as energy audits, policy analysis and development of pre-feasibility studies, pre-investment surveys and in cooperation with Georgian Technical University arranges training courses.
Target audience: Public Industry, Household, Energy Engineers.