- Scaling-up PROSOL ELEC through the reform of its current financial mechanism to enable the participation at the roof-top PV market of all households (financial component),
- Enhancing the legal and regulatory framework for all three programmes/technologies of the NAMA so as to facilitate the scaling-up (technical component), and
- Strengthening communication on all three programmes to raise awareness of the different actors involved and to support the development of a sustainable renewable energy and energy efficiency market in Tunisia (communication component).
The financial component of the NSP will focus on PROSOL ELEC, which is less mature than PROSOL in order to maximise the scalability of the programme.
Direct funding leverage: NSP is expected to leverage at least EUR 154 million of additional private financing in the form of commercial loans (166 million when including customer investments) and EUR 36 million of public funds through a government investment subsidy, which will gradually phase out.
Mitigation effect: This will technically result in the installation of 134 MW additional PV in the building sector and the reduction of GHG emissions by 390 466 t CO2e over the NSP implementation period (2019–2023) below BAU (and 358 MW by 2030 and 454 MW by 2033, the difference between the NAMA scenario and the baseline scenario in terms of PV installations by 2030 and 2033).