Mid-term evaluation

of FREAGER Project in Papua New Guinea

In 2017 the FREAGER project (Facilitating Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Applications for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction) was started in Papua New Guinea, financed through the Global Environment Facility (GEF). The mid-term evaluation will now be carried out in spring 2020. The objective of the Project is to enable the use of Renewable Energy (RE) and Energy Efficiency (EE) technologies for achieving greenhouse gas emission reductions in Papua New Guinea. FREAGER will demonstrate the relevant technologies and aims to achieve widespread replication of micro/mini‐hydro mini grids, solar PV mini grids, and township EE programs.

The evaluation will be carried out by Energy Changes’ expert for UNDP project evaluations, Manfred Stockmayer.