The first ICAT project contributed to building capacity in Antigua and Barbuda to conduct economy-wide emission projections and to assess the impact of policy and measures (in terms of GHG emissions and other sustainable development factors) in the energy sector. In the second project, currently under implementation, both emissions projections and impact assessment are deepened with a focus on the electric mobility transition of the country.
Institutionally embed modelling capacity to conduct both ex ante and ex post GHG emission mitigation and select SDG impact analysis of its electric mobility transition measures.
Deliverables will be made available here as the project progresses.
Establish a sustainable national economy-wide GHG emission projections and mitigation analysis modeling capacity.
COP28: Small Island Developing States Lead the Way through Transparent Climate Action
COP28 Side-event: Enhanced Transparency for Small Island Developing States
Second Phase begins in Antigua & Barbuda