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CDM Development in Thailand

Capacity Development for the Clean Development Mechanism

Office of Natural Resources & Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP)

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (MONRE)

The Royal Thai Government

19 October 2005


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Outline of Presentation

  • UNFCCC and the Kyoto Protocol

  • Status of Thailand Greenhouse Gases Emission

  • Thailand’s Policy on Climate Change

  • Institutional Framework

  • Draft CDM Sustainable Development Criteria

  • Draft CDM Approval Procedure

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Thailand Status

Thailand had ratified United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in December 1994,

and ratified Kyoto Protocol in August 2002

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Institutional Framework on CDM

  • Ministry of Natural Resources & Environment (MONRE) as DNA CDM (July 2003)

  • Office of Natural Resources & Environmental Policy & Planning (ONEP) as National focal point

  • ONEP is to coordinate the structuring of CDM operation and management in Thailand

THAILAND’S DNA

MONRE

appointed

ONEP

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National Communication

Adaptation

Education, Training & Public Awareness

Research & Observation System

Mitigation

Development & Technology Transfer

Capacity Building

Clean Development Mechanism

Inventories, Registry & Monitoring system

Thailand’s national and government policies

Thailand’s Policy on Climate Change

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Capacity Building for CDM

  • Public Awareness on CDM through networking and small group meetings

  • Stakeholders Consultation

  • Working with Partners

  • Coming soon “Website”

  • Publications to catered for the need of stakeholders

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Thailand CDM’s Policy

  • The Cabinet will give final approval for the operation of CDM project case by case;

  • Contribute to National Sustainable Development Plan;

  • Technology transfer and capacity building;

  • Gives priority of benefits to local community; and

  • The first phase of CDM will give priority to CDM in the Energy Sector and the 2nd phase is under consideration.

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Emission of CO2 from Energy sector in 2002

Million tonne of CO2e

Thailand’s emission if 0.74 % of global emission from the energy sector.

ที่มา International Energy Agency

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Thailand Greenhouse Gases Emission by Sector in 2002

Emission

(1000 tonnes)

Emission Source

Quantity (tonnes)

69%

1. Energy Sector

144,475,000

2. Industrial Process

10,777,000

3. Agricultural &Livestock

3,188,000

24%

4. Landuse Change & Forestry

50,221,000

5%

2%

0.3%

5. Wastes

677,000

Total emission

297,611,000

Sources of emission by sector

Source of information: National Clean Development Mechanism

Study for the Kingdom of Thailand (2002)

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Emission from the Energy Sector between 2000-2004

Source: Thailand Energy Statistics 2004

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Tentative CDM Project Criteria

  • Voluntary participation;

  • Sustainable Development;

  • Environmental Impact;

  • Compliance with sector specific policy; and

  • Legislation Compliance.

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‘Draft’ List of Documents for Submission

  • Application form

  • PDD

  • Initial Environmental Evaluation (IEE) report

  • Participation qualification

  • Administrative fee

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“DRAFT” CDM APPROVAL PROCEDURE

CABINET

weekly meeting

-- Chairperson:

Deputy Prime Minister

(acting for the PM)

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL BOARD (NEB)

monthly meeting

National Committee on UNFCCC

-- Chairperson:

Minister of Natural

Resources and

Environment

10 days

15 days

15 days

ONEP as the

DNA-CDM Secretariat

Expert Groups

Comments from

concerned Ministry

3 days

3 days

Project developer submits PDD together with

approved EIA or Initial

Environmental Examination(IEE) Report to ONEP

DNA issues

a letter of approval

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Revised Draft Approval Procedure

  • There are many steps involved in the Approval Procedure

  • The lack of institutional support - to provide information and services related to CDM & to promote the development of CDM projects

  • Greater outreach activity and raising the level of public awareness

CDM Institution

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CDM Institution (DNA Secretariat)

Analytical Unit

Registration/ Information Centre

Marketing Promotion and

Trading Unit

Monitoring Unit

Capacity Building

Tentative Institutional Framework on Climate change

Chair by-Prime Minister

Vice Chair- Minister of MONRE

National Board on Climate Change

Set Policy and Strategy on

CarbonSink

Set Policy and Stategy on

Emission Source

  • CDM Institution Board

  • Set Policy for CDM in Thailand

  • Set Criterai & Approval Procedure

  • Analyse & give approval to the CDM project

  • Registered the amount of CERs generated and tansaction

  • Marketing the CDM project development & the sell of CERs

Chiar-Minister of MONRE

Secretariat office-CDM Institution


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Draft Proposed Approval Procedure

National Board on Climate Change

Acknowledge the decision

CDM Instituion Board

15 working days

15 days

CDM Institution

Cencerned

Ministry

3 days

Project Developer submit PDD together with EIA or IEE

DNA issued letter of approval

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Contact Details

Ms. Pongtip Puvacharoen

Climate Change Coordinator

Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP)

60/1 Soi Pibunwatna 7, Rama VI Road, Phyathai, Bangkok 10400 THAILAND

Tel. +662 279 7180 extension 187

Fax +662 298 6060

E-mail: [email protected]

Contact: Mrs. Prasetsuk [email protected]

Mrs. Aree Wattana [email protected]

Dr. Natarika Vayuparb Cooper [email protected]

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Thank you


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