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Technology Needs Assessment

The Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) project assists developing country Parties to the UNFCCC determine their technology priorities for the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions and adaptation to climate change. The project is implemented by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the UNEP DTU Partnership on behalf of the Global Environment Facility.

Upcoming Events

Internal Capacity Building Workshop
Copenhagen, Denmark, May 12-13, 2015

Global Launching/Experience Sharing Workshop Bangkok,
Thailand (tbc), May 2015 (tbc)

Regional Capacity Building Workshop - Asia, May 2015 (tbc) 

Regional Capacity Building Workshops - Africa, June 22 - 26

Regional Capacity Building Workshop - Latin America, June 30 - July 3

TNA Project implemented by





TNA Phase I supported 36 countries during 2009 - 2013. TNA reports were submitted by 11 countries in Africa and Middle East, 13 countries in Asia and Eastern Europe, and 8 in Latin America and Caribbean. See the list of countries and their activities here.

TNA Phase II was launched in November 2014 and will facilitate the preparation of TNAs in 26 countries. Two additional countries that participated in TNA Phase I will be supported in concluding their TAP reports. See the full list of countries here.

TNA Guidebooks


TNA Database
28 MARCH 2015