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Buildings Under UNFCCC Flexible Mechanisms Setting the Scene: UNFCCC Charge for Buildings and Flexible Mechanisms. Venue: Marshall Room, UNFCCC Headquarters 14 March 2011. Gajanana Hegde, Standards Setting Unit, Sustainable Development Mechanism Programme. AM 46: Lighting.

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Buildings Under UNFCCC Flexible Mechanisms Setting the Scene: UNFCCC Charge for Buildings and Flexible Mechanisms

Venue: Marshall Room, UNFCCC Headquarters 14 March 2011

Gajanana Hegde,

Standards Setting Unit, Sustainable Development Mechanism Programme

Firstname Lastname, Job Title

cdm energy efficiency methodologies what has worked

AM 46: Lighting

AMS AE :Whole building, simulation

AMS III X: Refrigerators

AMS II E :efficiency and fuel switch

AMS II J :lighting

AMS II C : specific technologies

CDM energy efficiency methodologies- what has worked?

1 POA

2 POAs, 31 PAs

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Programmatic CDM

PROGRAM

New policies or enforcement of existing policies for Mitigation and Energy security

80 PoAs in the pipeline

Challenges remain (e.g. liability sharing, additionality), some partially resolved (e.g. combination methodologies, debundling check)

Pioneer programs emerging with recent EE methodologies

III AE Energy efficiency in residential buildings (EB 48, 07/2009)

III AR Substituting fossil fuel based lighting with LED lighting (EB 58, 11/2010)

Source: Cool NRG

expanded microscale additionality guidelines solution to poa additionality problems
Expanded Microscale additionality guidelines- solution to PoA additionality problems?

Guiding principles

  • Barrier due to Size renders project additional (conditions apply)
    • S size in CDM: =<5MW, =<20 GWh/yr, =<20kt/yr? S=5+20+20?, applicable to CPAs?
    • Geographical location is LDCs OR underdeveloped zones OR off grid areas in DCs (small size and high investment risk);
    • End users of CDM measures are households/communities/SMEs (currently low share of CDM benefits to these target groups);
    • Emerging RE technologies with low share in national energy mix (Board and DNAs to identify)
wish list for the workshop
Wish list for the workshop
  • Concrete solutions for large scale and small scale methodologies under consideration
  • Modeling approach versus metering approach for buildings
    • Defining baseline/reference/benchmark buildings
    • Reliability and conservativeness of calibration process

Wish list plus

  • Increase in future emissions ( unmet/suppressed demand)
  • Investment barrier for building EE methodology (language for non binding best practice examples?)
    • “simple cost analysis, … CER revenue as the income and the PP expenses as the only costs, in cases where: (a) The project involves distributed, household end-use energy efficiency measures; (b) The PP receives no revenue other than the CER revenue; and (c) The PP actually supplies the energy efficiency measures (equipment). That is in these cases the end-user energy cost savings, or other end-user benefits/costs do not have to be considered”
modeling is not new in cdm numerous waste sector projects rely on ipcc models

Landfill

Lagoon

Modeling is not new in CDM- Numerous waste sector projects rely on IPCC models
  • IPCC first order decay model ( baseline methane emission is a function of height of landfill)
  • IPCC Waste water model (Methane emissions from lagoon is a function of depth of the water body)
  • Simple field measurements of type, qty of waste/waste water, sample check of organic content in some instances