Moldova

Law No. 1136-XIV on energy saving

Legislative
Law
Passed in 2000
This act defines the Moldovan government's overall priorities and competencies for energy efficiency. Specifically, it requires the government to define a national energy efficiency policy, approve energy efficiency programs and monitor their implementation, ensure the development, review, and approval of regulations, review and approve financial and economic incentives for energy efficiency, control procedures for organising energy efficiency bodies, and control the use of government funds. It also requires government to establish an energy efficiency body to develop energy efficiency programs, help implement and monitor them, develop state expertise, cooperate with the private sector, agree on standards and certification for energy efficient products, coordinate scientific research, coordinate training, and coordinate international cooperation.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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