Establishing the NAMAs National Coordination Unit within MONRE, to coordinate and advise on the development and implementation of NAMAs
Identifying and developing two bankable NAMAs, as well as guidelines for NAMA development and implementation
Developing a national system for measuring, reporting and verifying GHG emissions data, including an integrated MRV system for sectoral NAMAs
The handbook includes three case studies that illustrate the potential of NAMAs in countries of varying size: Peru, Kenya and Grenada.
For a small island country like Grenada, NAMAs present an opportunity for an energy transition, where the benefits are not on climate change mitigation but on energy security, and employment creation, said Hugh Sealy, Associate Professor of the St.
IRENA and the Spanish Office of Climate Change launched the handbook jointly at a joint side-event at COP 18 with over 100 participants in attendance for a panel discussion on NAMAs.