HEAT, a Hands-on Energy Adaptation Toolkit, documents the lessons, experience and process followed in implementing a pilot Climate Vulnerability Assessment program in Albania and Uzbekistan (2009-10). HEAT is designed to lead you through a stakeholder based semi-quantified risk assessment of climate vulnerabilities and adaptation options in the energy sector of your country. HEAT was developed by Jane Ebinger and Andres Londono (ESMAP), Richenda Connell (Acclimatise) and Stuart Arch (WorleyParsons). Support was provided by Heather Austin, Oluwafemi Faleye and Vanessa Lopes (ESMAP).
HEAT documents the experience from a core team led by Jane Ebinger, Simon Croxton and Daryl Fields. Team members included Heather Austin, Iskander Buranov, Magnus Gehringer, Lucy Hancock,Martha Jarosewich-Holder,Antonio C. Lim, Andres Londono, Aferdita Ponari (World Bank), Richenda Connell, Mark Kelleher, Olivia Palin, Nina Raasakka (Acclimatise), Stuart Arch, Alastair Baglee, Jerome Bowen, Ivaylo Mirchev, Liudmila Nazarkina, Ben Pope (WorleyParsons), and Besim Islami and Shukhrat Khamidov (consultants). The team was assisted by Ana Gjokutaj, Kozeta Haxhiaj, Josephine Kida, Elena Klementyevaand Anara Tokusheva(World Bank).
The team benefited greatly from a wide range of consultations with stakeholders in Albania and Uzbekistan in the course of implementing this pilot program.
Meetings and workshops were held in Albania with (in alphabetical order): Petrit Ahmeti, Neritan Alibali, Sokol Aliko, Ramadan Alushi, Ymer Balla, Indrit Baholli, Leonard Bardhoshi, Irma Berdufi, Daniel Berg, Taulant Bino, Miriam Bogdani, Agim Bregasi, Eglantina Bruci, Kujtime Caci, Eduart Cani, Marjana Coku, Marialis Çelo, Endri Çili, Leonidha Çobo, Erion Cuni, Engjell Dakli, Stavri Dhima, Luan Dibra, Nazmi Diku, Dorjan Duka, Eduart Elezi, Lavdosh Ferrunaj, Arben Gazheli, Ilia Gjermani, Ardit Gjeta, Gani Gjini, Kole Gjoni, Konalsi Gjoka, Edmond Goskolli, Martin Graystone, Lorenc Gura, Sazan Guri, Suzana Guxholli, Marjola Hamitaj, Skender Hasa, Alfred Hasanaj, Ervin Hatija, Aheron Hizmo, Eida Hoxha, Fatmir Hoxha, Farudin Hoxha, Zhuljeta Hoxha, Rajmonda Islamaj, Hajri Ismaili, Qerim Ismeni, Marinela Jazoj, Ilir Kaci, Erion Kalaja, Mirela Kamberi, Shaban Kamberi, Zeki Kaya, Eniana Kociaj, Nevton Kodheli, Molnar Kolaneci, Lavdie Konjari, Niko Kurila, Hysni Laçi, Artan Leskoviku, Bashkim Lushaj, Sherif Lushaj, Margarita Lutaj, Bikore Mala, Afrim Malaj, Perparim Mancellari, Robert Manghan, Sokol Mati, Xhemal Mato, Merita Mansaku-Meksi, Niklas Mattson, Dorina Mehmeti, Olgert Metko, Marieta Mima, Donald Mishaxhi, Driada Mitrushi, Piro Mitrushi, Arben Mukaj, Alken Myftiu, Genc Myftiu, Agim Nashi, Bujar Nepravishta, Ndue Preka, Nikolin Prifti, Erikan Proko, Elton Qendro, Eduart Reimani, Anastas Risha, Kristo Rodi, Daniela Ruci, Mitat Sanxhaku, Alma Saraçi, Denisa Saja, Aleksander Shalsi, Erlet Shaqe, Sherefedin Shehu, Angjelin Shtjefni, Dritan Shutina, Mimoza Simixhiu, Muharrem Stojku, Kliti Storja, Konti Tafa, Peter Troste, Fatjon Tugu, Teuta Thimjo, Piro Trebicka, Endrit Tuta, Andi Vila, Anisa Xhitoni, Lufter Xhuveli, Petrit Zorba.
Meetings and workshops were held in Uzbekistan with (in alphabetical order): S. Abdinabiev, R. Abdullin, N. Abidjanov, B. Abzalov, N. Agaltseva, D. Akramov, K. Alimov, P. Antheunissens, A. Arslanov, S. Artikov, A. Azimov, O. Basov, M. Beilinson, U. Buranov, E. Djumagulov, R. Dovletov, A. Drobova, A. Dusaev, U. Egamberdiev,V. Eolian, R. Ergashbaev, O. Ertsenkin, B. Eshmuradov, A. Fritz, B. Ganikhodjaev, Gapparov, Y. Giyasov, D. Gumerov, G. Ikramov, D. Isakulov, K. Juraev, A. Kalashnikov, L. Kan,A. Karimov, A. Khasanbaev, A. Khamidov, M. Khodjaev, I. Kondratieva, R. Lee, V. Lee, V. Li, I. Lutfullaev, E. Mahkamov, N. Makhmudov, O. Makhmudov, S. Makhmudov,S. Maksudova, R. Mannonov, R. Mansurov, H. Marufkhodjaev, Miralieva, A. Morozov, B. Mukhammadiev, S. Muksinov, M. Muminova, B. Muradov, R. Murzakhanov, T. Nevzorova, A. Normuminov, T. Ososkova, B. Pak, G. Pavlova, R. Rajabov, I. Rapoport, A. Reznik, D. Rozubaev, A. Sagaidachniy, T. Salikhov, M. Samatov, B. Serikbaev, A. Shabanov, L. Shapovalova, A. Sharipov, I. Shepovalov, N, ShevaldovaL. Skripnikova, T. Spectorman, G. Sokolovskaya, A. Sorokin, T. Spectorman, L.Tashkhodjaeva, B. Tashpulatov, I. Tilokhodjaev, G. Trofimov, I. Tsoy, L. Tsoy, V.Tsoy, N. Umarov, A. Yunusov, L. Zavyalova.
The work was conducted under the general guidance of Loup Brefort, Charles Feinstein, Ranjit Lamech, and Camille Nuamah (World Bank). Ron Hoffer and Demetrios Papathanasiou (World Bank) and Amarquaye Armar (ESMAP) also provided valuable guidance.Additional input was provided by Drita Dade, Gazmend Daci, Giuseppe Fantozzi, and Salvador Rivera (World Bank). The Albania report benefited from peer review by Mohinder Gulati and Walter Vergara (World Bank), Roberto Schaeffer (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro) and Vladimir Stenek (International Finance Corporation).
The financial and technical support by the Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP), the Trust Fund for Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development (TFESSD) made available by the Governments of Finland and Norway, and The World Bank is gratefully acknowledged.