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Concept and methodology of                                            NAMA development                              Matthi...
Agenda           Key NAMA elements           Identification           Support needs           Institutional aspectswww...
Key NAMA elementswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc   3
Key elements of a successful NAMA formulation       Mitigation potential (e.g. tCO2e/a) and GHG impact (e.g.        direc...
Identificationwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc   5
Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection                             2. Mitigation      3. Investigate  ...
Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection   1. Identification                           2. Mitigation    ...
Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection        3. Investigation                        4. Identificatio...
Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection         5. Formulation                       6. Outreach       ...
NAMA selection and formulation – concluding remarks       NAMA selection considerations             -     Emphasis on hos...
Support needswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc   11
Identify areas for support       Type of possible support             -     Technology             -     Financing       ...
Identify areas for support       Setting up of MRV systems is currently included in a number of            NAMA conceptua...
Institutional aspectswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc   14
Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection                             2. Mitigation   3. Investigate   4....
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Concept and methodology of nama development

  1. 1. Concept and methodology of NAMA development Matthias Krey, Perspectives GmbH 16.11.2011 Training Course “Existing CDM Potential and Perspectives for Carbon Finance in RCREEE Member States beyond 2012”, Cairo, Egypt, 16. November 2011www.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc © 2011 Perspectives GmbH
  2. 2. Agenda  Key NAMA elements  Identification  Support needs  Institutional aspectswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 2
  3. 3. Key NAMA elementswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 3
  4. 4. Key elements of a successful NAMA formulation  Mitigation potential (e.g. tCO2e/a) and GHG impact (e.g. direct/indirect; short term/long term)  Scope, boundaries and links to other national strategies and national plan  MRV and GHG calculation method (quantitative vs. qualitative e.g. emission/baseline based, performance/process indicators)  Financing requirements for supported NAMAs (e.g. on MRV, measurability)  Interaction between different measures  Relation to carbon market (e.g. overlapping and double counting with CDM and other new market mechanisms)  Crediting or not?www.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 4
  5. 5. Identificationwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 5
  6. 6. Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection 2. Mitigation 3. Investigate 4. Identification 5. Formulation 6. Outreach 1. Identification potential of NAMA of actions and of a concrete and capacity actions assessment requirements selection NAMA building (only for supported NAMA) Decision for unilateral and/or supported NAMA (elements)www.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc
  7. 7. Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection 1. Identification 2. Mitigation actions potential assessment • Analysis of national context in • Analysis of current GHG mitigation terms of existing policies and potential of possible actions programs and identification of appropriate and possible actions • Review of current GHG mitigation and opportunities in the building opportunities within the targeted sector sector with regards to co-benefits • Possible points of departure • Existing and planned legislation • LCGS, LCDS, LEDS • Priority sectors for development • PoAswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc
  8. 8. Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection 3. Investigation 4. Identification of NAMA of actions and requirements selection • Investigation of NAMA • Identification of most promising requirements for each options and selection for NAMA identified action formulation following specific NAMA selection criteria • Desk-review of studies/ regulatory text to draw out in • Establishment of a priority list of detail the potential mitigation measures / actions opportunities (as well as challenges) for NAMA • Selection of action or set of action supporting, e.g. MRV, for NAMA formulation financing requirements, barriers Decision for unilateral and/or supported NAMA (elements)www.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 8
  9. 9. Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection 5. Formulation 6. Outreach of a concrete and capacity NAMA building • Formulation of a • Outreach to international donor concrete NAMA concept in agencies to seek support for NAMA terms of general scope, detailed measures, MRV • Capacity building on low carbon approach and type of business plans/NAMAs NAMA • To be included in Annex II of the Copenhagen/NAMA registry and its development in practicewww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 9
  10. 10. NAMA selection and formulation – concluding remarks  NAMA selection considerations - Emphasis on host country priorities - Unilateral NAMA will likely be an enabling condition for supported NAMAs - Option 1: Formulate a unilateral NAMA independent of the NAMA you are seeking support for (e.g. In another sector) - Option 2: Formulate a coherent NAMA framework consisting of unilateral and supported elements  NAMA formulation - Concepts - Pilots - Full NAMAswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 10
  11. 11. Support needswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 11
  12. 12. Identify areas for support  Type of possible support - Technology - Financing - Capacity Building  Possible approach for assessing support needs in a NAMA framework consisting of unilateral and supported - Identify the BAU scenario (without any NAMA) - Identify the measures that you plan to implement and finance unilaterally - Identify the “additional” measures that you are seeking support for (incremental actions/costs)www.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 12
  13. 13. Identify areas for support  Setting up of MRV systems is currently included in a number of NAMA conceptualisation activities supported by donors  Role of the NAMA registry - Is expected to help match countries seeking support and countries willing to support - NAMA registry not developed yet - At the moment no clear guidance at UNFCCC on how to report requests for supportwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 13
  14. 14. Institutional aspectswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 14
  15. 15. Main steps for NAMA potential identification and selection 2. Mitigation 3. Investigate 4. Identification 5. Formulation 6. Outreach 1. Identification potential of NAMA of actions and of a concrete and capacity actions assessment requirements selection NAMA building Stakeholder consultation, capacity building, set-up of institutional frameworks => Relevant ministries, agencies, private sector, etcwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc
  16. 16. Many Thanks for Your Attention! Matthias Krey, Perspectives GmbH 16.11.2011 Training Course “Existing CDM Potential and Perspectives for Carbon Finance in RCREEE Member States beyond 2012”, Cairo, Egypt, 16. November 2011www.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc © 2011 Perspectives GmbH

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