The GIZ internal sector network TUEWAS (Transport, Environment, Energy and Water in Asia) was established in Bonn, Germany in 2002, as a platform for regional professional exchange and cooperation between GIZ experts in Asia and at head office. Currently, TUEWAS connects over 50 projects across 16 Asian countries in the field of transport, environment, energy and water.

Member Projects


Climate change mitigation, national policies and strategies, and use of market mechanisms for financing mitigation measures
Institutionalization of Energy Efficiency (EE), EE in Industries and Buildings, EE Financing, Private Sector participation in EE, Capacity development in EE, and Awareness Raising in EE
Climate change education and awareness raising, and education for sustainable development and sustainable consumption
From rural electrification and off-grid solutions to grid-connected renewables, supporting policy and system integration
Sustainable development and improved management structures for industrial areas, resource and energy efficiency technologies, and strengthening capacities to adapt to climate change (focus on planning,management and policy level)
Urban governance, low carbon development, energy effi ciency in buildings, urban resilience, inclusive cities,localising SDGs, vertical governance integration, urban nexus, metropolitan governance, climate finance decentralised, and capacity development
National financing mechanisms for environment-friendly mobility, environmental standards in transport, electro-mobility, and quantification of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector
Flood control, flooding and climate change, urban water supply and sanitation, strengthening of municipal water utilities, and regulation of water utilities
Better integrated approaches for member projects of TUEWAS and SNRD Asia and the Pacific