The objective of this contract is the establishment of the Turkish Land Parcel Identication System (LPIS, the main component of the Turkish IACS), through the creation of a seamless geo-database of reference parcels (physical blocks) covering the whole national territory under LOT 2 (about 390.000 km2), in favour of the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock (MoFAL). The geo-database is composed of digitization of initial LPIS including agricultural surfaces (arable, grass lands and pastures, vineyards, olive groves and other permanent crops) in addition to digitization of non-agricultural areas outside/inside the physical blocks. The physical blocks contain selected landscape features for GAEC’s (Good Agricultural and Environmental Condition) purposes and selected area-based measures of the Rural Development Plan (RDP) and Digitization remaining gaps (i.e. forests, water bodies, rocks, etc.) to avoid the identication and declaration of agricultural parcels by farmers in non-eligible areas.
1. Revision of existing building stock in Chisinau and denition of two key locations/clusters in
need of comprehensive regeneration with high commercial potential;
2. Provision an audit of selected buildings within these clusters and dene Sustainable Energy
Investment (SEI) measures. Provision of cost-benet analysis of the measures which are technically
feasible, economically justiable and could be rolled out on a Programme basis among the
buildings in the clusters;
3. Provision of the assessment of anticipated energy benets in terms of energy savings and
carbon reductions resulting from the implementation of the proposed SEI investments. Provision
of the assessment of barriers to the proposed investments (regulatory, awareness, access to
nance, etc.) outlining possible viable nancing structures to undertake such
projects/programme, including through existing Energy Service Companies (ESCOs), facility
management or municipal maintenance companies;
4. As a result of the initial review of the building stock in Chisinau, denition of a pipeline of building
clusters which could benet from similar scale of investment in the future.
5. Denition of a minimum of 3 three most typical residential building types in Chisinau suitable
for roof-top upgrade, preparing a business case for such activity and developing guidelines on
project costs/benets and project development guidelines for potential interested parties.
Assessment of an overall (realistic) market potential for roof-top upgrade projects in Chisinau
together with a pipeline of clusters of residential buildings suitable for roof top upgrade.