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Pilot Project on the Use of Flexible Instruments for Climate Policy in Baden-Wuerttemberg: A Manual to Facilitate Companies Participation. Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG -EnBW Kraftwerke AG -EnBW International.

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Pilot Project on the Use of Flexible Instruments for Climate Policy in Baden-Wuerttemberg: A Manual to Facilitate Companies Participation

Fraunhofer Institute for Systems

and Innovation Research

EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG

-EnBW Kraftwerke AG

-EnBW International

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Objective of the Project:

Gaining experience with Kyoto-Mechanisms (KM):

  • Application of the criteria for project related KM - Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and Joint Implementation (JI) - to existing investments of EnBW
  • Information on the current status of negotiations regarding planned emissions trading systems on a national, European (Green Paper) and international level (Kyoto-Protocol)

Output: Manual/ Workshop

structure of the project for cdm ji
Structure of the project for CDM / JI:

Results of COP 6

Eligibility Criteria

Baseline

- Additionality

- Sustainable development

- Baseline rules- Positive List (EU)

Application to existing EnBW projects

- Thailand

- Hungary

Electricity production with fossil fuels

- Checklist for the eligibility criteria

- Project cycle: Steps for the successful

implementation of a CDM/JI project

Manual

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Eligibility Criteria

FCCC/SB/2000/10/Add.2:

- UNFCCC requirements 31. and 32

- Additionality

- emissions (baseline) 57. (a)

- financial (no ODA/GEF) 57. (b)

- investment 57. (c)

- technology 57. (d)

or- significantly better performance

than reference scenario 58. and 59.

- Sustainable development

- Consistency with national policy goals 37. (b)

- Environmental benefits/Env. Imp Ass. 44. (e)

- Social benefits 44. (e)

- Participation by stakeholders 44. (d)

- ? Positive list ? : Renewable energy sources, Efficient electricity production, Combined Heat and Power

Application to existing EnBW projects

Manual

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Eligibility Criteria/

Baselines

- Thailand:

Combined electricity and heat production

by new CCGTs (400 MW)

based on gas,

partly replacing electricity from lignite,

partly additional electricity generation

additional heat for industrial park

Application to existing EnBW projects

- Hungary:

Efficiency improvementsin lignite-fired

power plant (836 MW)

Manual

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Eligibility Criteria

Requirements: Thailand Hungary

(CDM) (JI)

UNFCCC-requirements e.g. Ratification of KP ? ? Additionality

Technology additionality - (?) - (?)

Financial additionality + +

Investment additionality

- Substantial increase in profitability through CERs - (?) - (?)

- Project not commercially "viable" without CERs - (?) - (?)

Positive List + (?)

Sustainable Development

Host-Country policy goals ??

Social Benefits ? n.a.

Other environmental Benefits +n.a.

Environmental Impact Assessment ??

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Baselines

General Rules 64.-69.

Existing Source

(70)a) actual emissions prior to the project

New Source

(71)

Application to existing EnBW projects

b) most reasonable economic technology for activity

c) better-than-average current industry practice in host or appropriate region

d) technology used in existing source in Annex I / II

Manual

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Data processing for Baseline scenario

Questionnaire Part A

Excel Spreadsheet

Potential CERs

Part A:

Technology:

Capacity (MW):

Electricity production (kWh):

Heat production (MJ):

Efficiency (%):

CO2 emission factor

(1000mt/MWh):

(For project as well as for

Baseline case)

CO2

CERs

CERs

Project A

Project B

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Contents

  • A Joint Implementation (JI)
  • B Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)

Eligibility Criteria/

Baselines

1. Introduction

2. Checklist for eligibility criteria

3. Baselines

4. Project cycle

5. Additional information

Application to existing EnBW projects

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Checklist for eligibility criteria
  • 3. Baselines
  • 4. Project cycle
  • 5.Additional information

Manual

+ Disc or CD with Excel spreadsheets

approach emissions trading
Approach Emissions Trading
  • - International Level: Kyoto Protocol
  • EU-Level: Commission Green Paper
  • -National Level: New Climate Protection Programme (IMA)

Status Negotiations

Framework Conditions / Rules

Results of COP 6

Manual

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Status Negotiations

Analysis of EnBW:

  • 1. Analysis of existing emission sources
  • 2. Analysis of probable monitoring
  • requirements
  • 3. Which mitigation options exist
  • within the company?
  • 4. Decision making process
  • (“Make-or-buy” the mitigation?)
  • 5. Trading Contracts

Framework Conditions / Rules

Manual

manual

Status Negotiations

Manual
  • Contents
  • C Emissions-Trading
    • 1. Introduction
    • 2. Instructions for emission quantification
    • 3. Instructions for the identification of emission reduction potentials
    • 4. Decision-making process

Framework conditions / Rules

Steps for a successful participation of companies in Emissions Trading

Manual

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