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The Low Emission Capacity Building ( LECB) Programme. Ministry of Environment Republic of Moldova. REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA: NAMA Prioritization Experience. Mr. Ion Comendant, Team Leader Climate Change Office Ministry of Environment Republic of Moldova. 17 January, 2013

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The low emission capacity building lecb programme
The Low Emission Capacity Building (LECB) Programme

Ministry of Environment

Republic of Moldova

REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA: NAMA Prioritization Experience

Mr. Ion Comendant,

Team Leader

Climate Change Office

Ministry of Environment

Republic of Moldova

17 January, 2013

Global webinar


Main characteristics of the republic of moldova s leds
Main characteristics of the Republic of Moldova’s LEDS

Ministry of Environment

Republic of Moldova

Goal:

  • Integrate mitigation into National and Sectoral Development Strategies (mitigation aspiration goal: at least -25% reduction from 1990 level to 2020)

  • Decarbonize national economy while increasing energy security

  • Maximize economic opportunities and create climate-resilient economy

    Identification of priorities: Mitigation priorities identified for major economic sectors (i.e., energy, industry, transportation, buildings, agriculture, forestry, waste)Analytical basis: Analytical basis for LEDS development was GHG inventory for 1990-2005 and GHG emission projections by sector, developed in the frame of SNC (2009) for the period until 2030


Timeframe of key activities
Timeframe of key activities

Ministry of Environment

Republic of Moldova

LEDS/NAMAs

Sept-Dec 2012: Prioritised list of NAMAs identified; LEDS adopted by government

Sept. 2010: LEDS development initiated

Jan-Aug 2012: stakeholder consultations on LEDS

2011-2013: TNA conducted in 4 stages:

Technologies identified

Barrier analysis & enabling framework

Technology Action Plan (for 6 technologies)

Development of project ideas

Technology Needs Assessment (TNA)


Approach used to select technologies 1
Approach used to select technologies (1)

Ministry of Environment

Republic of Moldova

  • Subsectors were identified based on GHG emissions (energy + agriculture → 69% of total GHGs)

  • For each subsector, national team (11 experts) proposed technologies according to 4 categories:

    • Small scale technologies available in short term

    • Small scale technologies available in medium to long term

    • Large scale technologies available in short term

    • Large scale technologies available in medium to long term


Approach used to select technologies 2
Approach used to select technologies (2)

Ministry of Environment

Republic of Moldova

  • Where more than 4 technologies were identified in a given subsector, multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) was applied using Excel spreadsheet and a set of agreed benefits and cost criteria, namely:

    • Benefits: GHG emissions reductions; economic, environmental and social impact

    • Costs: investments; prices (since these parameters are very sensitive to national decision making)

  • Where 3 or less technologies were identified in a given subsector, prioritization was based on a performance matrix using only 2 criteria (investment cost + GHG emission reductions)


Main challenges
Main challenges

Ministry of Environment

Republic of Moldova

  • Involving stakeholders in the technology prioritization process can be very time consuming

  • Multi-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) is time consuming and rules for applying MCDA were unclear → using the Excel spreadsheet tools created big difficulties for some stakeholders and experts

  • Further implementation of selected technologies would require more detailed consideration of the factors influencing their successful promotion

  • For electricity supply, the appropriate power source development scenarios need further elaboration to determine how selected prioritized technologies for power generation would be loaded over time → tools such as WASP or MARKAL would help in this context, but require more time and expertise again


Recommendations lessons learned
Recommendations/lessons learned

Ministry of Environment

Republic of Moldova

  • NAMAs should be identified and prioritized by smaller expert group and other stakeholders engaged in the final stage of NAMA selection, with decisions based on the underlying technical analysis

  • So that selected NAMAs will be implementable, each technology or measure should:

    • Pass a barrier analysis and have an enabling framework identified that will encourage NAMA diffusion

    • Be supported by a project idea or commercial offer report

  • TNA project results have been very useful for NAMAs identification, such as:

    • experience was gained on how to prioritize technologies

    • 100% of technologies from TNA project have been included in NAMA list



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