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Interim report of WG 5/6 subgroup: Review of Phase 2 NAPs. Mark Johnson 22/02/07. Purpose of the Review. Inform ETG members Assessments of Phase 2 for internal use Develop positions and arguments for Phase 3 Provide Defra and DTI with industry view on key issues relating to Phase 2 NAPs

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Interim report of wg 5 6 subgroup review of phase 2 naps

Interim report of WG 5/6 subgroup: Review of Phase 2 NAPs

Mark Johnson

22/02/07


Purpose of the review

Purpose of the Review

  • Inform ETG members

    • Assessments of Phase 2 for internal use

    • Develop positions and arguments for Phase 3

  • Provide Defra and DTI with industry view on key issues relating to Phase 2 NAPs

    • Supporting evidence for EC review

    • Highlight similarities and differences

  • Put the UK in perspective


Status of naps an interim position

Status of NAPs – An interim position


Phase 2 caps

Phase 2 Caps

  • Of those on target for Kyoto: Finland (18%), Belgium (11%), UK (11%) and Greece (9%) all sought significant reductions against BaU.

    • UK, although part of this group, does not stand out.

  • However, the EC’s decisions tend to bring all caps down to around 10 -20% below BaU (some minor exceptions).

    • UK’s position is therefore no exception after EC decisions.

  • BaU data not available for all NAPs.


Auctioning

Auctioning

  • The UK is taking the lead in terms of percentage to be auctioned:

    • UK (7%)

    • Italy (6%)

    • Hungary (5%)

    • Luxembourg (4.8%)

    • Netherlands (4%)

  • However, when expressed in absolute terms the UK is planning to go much further.

  • Germany?


Use of project credits

Use of Project Credits

  • Most MSs have applied limits

  • Most are around 10% of total allocation

  • Main exceptions:

    • Ireland (proposed limit of 50% reduced to 21% by EC)

    • Spain proposes 39%, but…

    • Italy and Poland both propose 25%, but…

    • Germany now propose 20%, but…

  • The UK is broadly comparable with most other MSs

  • Most limits applied at installation level (except Belgium-Flemish, Spain, Finland and Portugal)


Roles of sectors

Roles of sectors

  • Power sector:

    • Most MS seeking reductions

    • UK reduction factor is more severe than most

  • Industrial sectors

    • Little information on detailed differentiation

    • However, of 12 MSs with data available, only 4 intend to allocate BaU to all industrial sectors, including the UK

    • Of the 4, Slovakia and Sweden have since had further national reductions imposed by EC


Allocation methodology

Allocation methodology

  • Within power sector there is a mix of grandfathering (13) and benchmarking (8).

  • Remainder either projections or not available.

  • For industrial sectors very little use of benchmarking.

  • Grandfathering baselines vary, but of 8 largest emitters:

    • Most do not use data before 2000

    • Half exclude data from one or more years

    • Half use 2005


New entry

New entry

  • Most countries have NER in range 5-10% allocation.

  • Those intending much larger NERs had cap reductions imposed by EC, so position may change…


Way forward

Way forward

  • Discussion today

  • Update and issue to WG5/6 (incl DTI and Defra), as Interim Report

  • Revise Report once all NAPs approved


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