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HPMP PREPARATION EXCOM POLICY AND ELIGIBILITY ISSUES AND INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS. INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS Consistent with HPMP Guidelines (ExCom Decision 54/39 and Document UNEP/OzL.Pro/ExCom/54/59, Annex-XIX) Accurate data needed at enterprise-level:

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HPMP PREPARATION

EXCOM POLICY AND ELIGIBILITY ISSUES

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INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS

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INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS

    • Consistent with HPMP Guidelines (ExCom Decision 54/39 and Document UNEP/OzL.Pro/ExCom/54/59, Annex-XIX)
    • Accurate data needed at enterprise-level:
    • - Date of establishment of HCFC-based capacity
    • - Baseline equipment details
    • - Product details including production volumes
    • - HCFC consumption details
    • Previous MLF assistance
    • Exports to non-A5 countries
    • Non-A5 ownership
    • Alternative technology selected
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INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS (CONT’D)

    • Detailed project rationale, description and justification for the proposed conversion (why it is necessary for meeting the country’s compliance targets for 2013 and 2015)
    • Detailed calculation of incremental capital and operating costs and justification for each line item
    • Determining eligible costs and funding based on ExCom guidelines
    • For large countries, the above work needs at least one month after all the accurate baseline data is available.
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ELIGIBILITY

    • Only capacity established prior to 21 September 2007 is eligible for funding
    • Enterprise should be in operation for at least three preceding years
    • Funding is available only for costs in proportion to the A5 ownership.
    • Funding deducted for exports to non-A5 countries proportionately
    • Funding is for agreed, eligible and incremental costs, not for all costs
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ELIGIBILITY (CONT’D)

    • “Incremental Costs” means costs directly related to phase-out of HCFCs
    • Enterprise must undertake to bear costs over and above the agreed funding
    • Total funding is limited by cost-effectiveness thresholds:
    • Rigid Foams – up to US$ 7.83/kg-ODS
    • Integral Skin Foams – up to US$ 16.86/kg-ODS
    • Refrigeration – up to US$ 15.21/kg-ODS
    • Air Conditioning – N/A
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ELIGIBILITY (CONT’D)

    • Incremental operating costs (recurring costs of products before and after conversion), are limited to:
    • PU Foams – up to US$ 1.60/kg-ODS
    • Refrigeration – up to US$ 6.30/kg-ODS
    • Air Conditioning – up to US$ 6.30/kg-ODS
    • Cost-effectiveness thresholds for overall funding can be increased by 25% if climate-friendly (low-GWP) options are chosen
    • Funding is provided for permanent HCFC phase-out/reductions (HCFC phase-out has to be permanent at enterprise level – cannot come back again!)
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THANK YOU!

Comments, suggestions and questions welcome

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