Project Details

Location: Mauritius
Duration:
Client: GIZ
Budget: 43,324 €
Financier: UNIDO

Info: Support the Governments of Namibia and Mauritius in the preparation of a financial proposal for each country respectively, which may sustain the transformation of the AC cooling sector towards “green cooling”.

Mauritius und Namibia: Green Cooling Africa Initiative – CTCN Response Plan

MACS was contracted to support the Governments of Namibia and Mauritius in the preparation of a financial proposal (to be presented to the GCF or other IFI’s) for each country respectively, which may sustain the transformation of the AC cooling sector towards “green cooling” (introduction of natural refrigerants and enhanced energy efficiency). Based on interviews with local stakeholder and data research, a concept paper was drafted for each country, discussing the preconditions of major IFIs for successful project applications (from a financing perspective) and analyzing how far these are already accomplished, as well as indicating still existing gaps and recommending how these could be overcome.

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Dr. Thomas Schiller

Management
Strategic Development

+49 69 943188-10

thomas.schiller@macsonline.de

Dr. Thomas Schiller

Management
Strategic Development

+49 69 943188-10

thomas.schiller@macsonline.de

Managing Director

Based on his career as financial consultant and development banker, Thomas thought consulting and management services in the utility sectors should integrate economists and engineers as well as social scientists in a core team of permanent international staff for sustainable solutions. Thus MACS was born.

His experience in micro- and macro-economic policy analysis as well as detailed sector assessments in the fields of Finance, Water and Energy makes Thomas an expert in developing comprehensive finance strategies for network utilities including building the institutional and policy framework around it.

As one of the Partners and Managing Directors of MACS he is responsible for strategic development and controlling.