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UNDP organised the Practical training on building green homes in Urtachirchik

On September 12, in the Uygur village of Tashkent region’s Urtachirchik district, a training took place on energy-efficient construction technologies.  


UNDP delivers practical training in Bukhara region on energy-efficient technologies in construction

Heads of 26 construction organizations attended a practical training workshop on energy-efficient building technologies in Peshku district of Bukhara region.  


UNDP Uzbekistan announces a contest among journalists and bloggers

The United Nations Development Program and the Ministry of Construction of the Republic of Uzbekistan invites journalists to challenge themselves by taking part in a contest for the best editorial…  


Providing electricity to remote areas of Karakalpakstan

Constant electricity is required for all aspects of our daily lives, including both conveniences and necessities, meaning a lack of access can greatly diminish people’s well-being, livelihoods and…  


UNDP held practical training on energy efficiency technologies for housing construction in Kashkadarya region

The training demonstrated modern construction technologies for using energy-efficient materials.  


UNDP ensures environmental safety through energy audit

As a part of our joint project, 60 houses in rural areas in five regions will be examined by energy audit specialists.  


UNDP held practical training on energy efficiency technologies in housing construction

On June 23, 2020, a practical training on energy efficiency technologies in construction of four-story apartment buildings in rural areas was held in Nukus, Karakalpakstan.  


Energy audit of the rural housing in Uzbekistan

In 2020-2021 the Project is planning to conduct an energy audit of 60 houses, which will include typical rural houses without energy efficient facilities.  


UNDP ensures the energy efficiency of residential buildings in the pandemic conditions

In the future houses will serve to solve the problem of shortages of natural gas and oil, and, according to experts, can save consumer energy costs by half.  


Back to the future: concrete jungle vs wooden cities

Climate change and carbon footprint reduction are some of the most pressing topics today. One of the solutions is to improve houses and building's infrastructure.  

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