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s tate of the art analysis of climate change and energy strategies in selected see countries

State-of-the-Art Analysis of climate change and energy strategies in selected SEE countries

DI Dr. Hannes SCHWAIGERJOANNEUM RESEARCH ForschungsgesellschaftmbHGraz, May 24th 2013

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Content

Work package 3.2

  • Overview of national existing GHG emissions, future trends and planed measures in SEE countries
  • Overview of existing SEE country low carbon strategies

 Austria  FYROM (Macedonia)

    • Albania Montenergo

 Serbia

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National strategies

  • • Annual GHG emissions
    •  Around 85 Mio.t (2012) most in the energy, industry sector
  • The Austrian Climate Mitigation Act
    •  Coordinative plan to reduce GHG emissions via sectoral allocation, measures are allocated to the states, still negotiations among ministriesand between ministries and states
  • •The Austrian Energy Strategy
    •  Measures targeted a more sustainable und independent energy system fulfilling also the EU 2020 targets (34% RES)
  • • Renewable Electricity Law (Ökostromgesetz)
    • Measures to enlarge the existing Austrian electricity generation via RES until 2020
    • NREAP, NEEAP
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Regional strategies

  • • Regional climate change policies:
    • Styria: “Styrian Climate Change Mitigation Plan”
    • Vienna: “Climate Protection Programme (KLiPI+II)”
    • Carinthia: Institute for Climate Protection - KIKS, energy concept
    • Salzburg: Report on CC mitigation options, energy strategy
    • Upper Austria: Report on CC mitigation options, “Energy Future 2030” programme
    • Lower Austria: Climate Programme 2009-2012
    • Tyrol: CC Mitigation Strategy, Tyrolean Energy Strategy 2020
    • Burgenland: Development Strategy 2020
    • Vorarlberg: Action plan towards an energy autarchy by 2020
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National strategies

  • • Annual GHG emissions
  •  7.6 Mio t of GHG emissions (energy 44% agriculture 27%,LULUCF 21%, high growth rates in transport)
  • National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP)
  •  adopted 2011, improve energy efficiency in all sectors
  • •Draft National Action Plan on Renewable Resources (NREAP)
  •  draft available to be adopted by the Government
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Specific national strategies

  • • The National Strategy for Development and Integration (NSDI) 2007-2013
    •  Strategy to increase RES up to 38% in 2020, increase energy savings from 3 to 9% in 2018, reduce GHG emissions by 16% in 2020, reducing HCFCS from 120 to 29 tons in 2040
  • • National Energy Strategy
    •  adopted 2003, defines changes to increase energy security and optimize energy resources
  • The Environmental Cross-cutting Strategy 2007-2013
  •  measures to improve energy efficiencies among sectors
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National strategies

  • • Annual GHG emissions
    •  Around 14 Mio.t (2000) most from energy, agriculture
  • Law on Environment (adopted 2007-2011)
    • National sustainable development strategy, strategy for CDM and the adaptation of the health sector on CC and the National Environmental Investment Strategy, goal: GHG reduction of 30%
    • National Energy Strategies (not adopted)
    • Strategy for Energy Development in the Republic of Macedonia by 2020, for utilization of renewable energy sources and for energy efficiency promotion by 2020
    • National Industry Policy
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Specific national strategies

  • • 3rd National Communication to the UNFCCC
  • Projects:
  •  Roadmap for introduction of Monitoring Reporting and Verification of GHG emissions under EU-ETS in Republic of Macedonia
  •  Macedonian Green Growth and Climate Change Analytic and Advisory Support Program
  •  EnhancingCapacity for LowEmission Development Strategies (LEDS)
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National strategies

  • • Annual GHG emissions:
  •  4.5 Mio t incl. LULUCF (2003), energyandindustry
  • Draft Energy Development Strategy of Montenegro by 2030
  •  reduce electricity import dependency, complete the reconstruction and revitalisationof existing power plants, build two new thermal power plants, but also small HPPs and other renewables
  • •National Strategy for Management of Air Quality
  •  also cover GHGs
  • •National Strategy for Sustainable Development (2007),
  •  some general goals and directions for action in the field of climatechange
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National strategies

  • AnnualGHG reduction
  •  around 90 Mio.t (2010), most in industry and agriculture
  • Indicative GHG target under CopenhagenAccord
  • «envisagespossibility for emissionlimitation from 18% to 29% until 2020 compared by emissions in 1990 under the business asusualscenario».
  • First National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP)
    • by 2018: -9% reduction of the finaldomesticenergyconsumption, adopted in July 2010
    • Serbian NREAP  publishedthisyear
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National strategies

  • • No comprehensive Climate strategy, but
  •  Some sectorspecificlaws, suchas on energy, waste and air, are contributingto climatechangemitigation
  •  Policy on forestryincludescertainadaptationmeasures.
  • SustainableDevelopment Strategy (adopted in 2008) and the National EnvironmentalProtectionProgramme (2010)
  •  Treatthe climatechangeproblemasbeingveryimportant.
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Conclusions

• Most of the West Balkan Countries have no GHG targets (Non-Annex 1 countries)

• West Balkan Countries advanced regarding development of energy strategies

 partly driven by the Energy Community Treaty

• Most of the West Balkan Countries (exp. Slo and Cro) have no comprehensive Climate Strategies yet

 including e.g. transport, waste, adaptation…)