The Climate Helpdesk is available for you. The Climate Helpdesk is a global advisory network providing free of charge, rapid, high quality, short-term technical assistance for developing countries. It is a joint service offered by three global initiatives: NDC Support Cluster, LEDS GP and Partnership on Transparency in the Paris Agreement (PATPA) in cooperation with the NDC Partnership. The Secretariat of the Climate Helpdesk is hosted by the GIZ’s Support Project for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement (SPA).
Preparing technical experts for the development of the third National Communication and first BUR during a 3-day in-country workshop including facilitating exchanges between all key stakeholders involved in transparency-related activities and the setting up of a national MRV-system.
Preparing key stakeholders for the submission of their first BUR by conducting a 3-day in-country workshop on how to set up an MRV system and a review of specific chapters of the latest National Communication.
Energy efficiency in freight transport sector.
Guidance on national bio energy policy.
Development of framework for net metering policy
Supporting the design of an effective process to engage stakeholders from the public sector in the development of an action plan for NDC implementation in the country.
Guidance on demand management and energy storage options
Development of strategy document to implement renewable energy policy.
Peer exchange and case study development in transport sector
The Climate Helpdesk supports requests from developing countries, including those from government agencies and consultants, technical institutions and NGOs that are working directly with national governments to plan and implement their NDCs, LEDS or transparency systems.