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Intended Nationnally determined contributions -
Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector for the
Arab countries
Arab Fo...
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What is an INDC/NDC?
Conference of
Parties (CoP 21) -
Paris agreement in
December 2015
Intended Nationally
Determined
Co...
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How does the process work?
• INDCs pair National policy setting with a global framework under the
Paris Agreement
• INDC...
4
INDCs/NDCs in the Arab Region
INDC
NDC
20 INDCs/NDC
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Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector
for the Arab countries - Methodology
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Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector
for the Arab countries - Methodology
Mitigation
Targets, Costs
Conditional /...
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Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector
for the Arab countries - Methodology
Renewable Energy
Wind Solar Geothermal ...
8
Dataset overview (Mitigation and Adaptation)
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Dataset overview (RE & EE)
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General information – Timeline and base year
Base Year Country
1994 Oman
2000
KSA
Sudan
Yemen
2006 Jordan
2010
Djibouti...
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Main findings – Mitigation (Avoided emission)
Country Unconditional Conditional
Algeria 7% 15%
Djibouti 40% 20%
Iraq 1%...
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• Not all the 20 countries indicated the expected
costs in their INDCs/NDCs
• The total amount for the 8 countries who
...
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Main findings – Adaptation
• Adaptation actions often costs less that mitigation actions in almost all
countries since ...
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Main findings – Renewable Energy
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Main findings – Energy Efficiency
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Main findings – Water desalination & CCS
• Mentioned in the study only due to their relation with RE and EE
sectors
• T...
17
Conclusion
• Not only the financial burdens, but also technology transfer and
capacity building should be considered
• ...
18
Thank you !
Rana El-Guindy
Senior Specialist – Energy Economist
Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficie...
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Report summary on Intended Nationnally determined contributions -Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector for the Arab countries

  1. 1. Intended Nationnally determined contributions - Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector for the Arab countries Arab Forum for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (AFREEE) Kuwait City, Al Raya Hall (7th of May 2018)
  2. 2. 2 What is an INDC/NDC? Conference of Parties (CoP 21) - Paris agreement in December 2015 Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs)
  3. 3. 3 How does the process work? • INDCs pair National policy setting with a global framework under the Paris Agreement • INDCs create a constructive feedback loop between national and international decision-making on climate change • INDCs are the primary means for governments to communicate internationally the steps they will take to address climate change in their own countries
  4. 4. 4 INDCs/NDCs in the Arab Region INDC NDC 20 INDCs/NDC
  5. 5. 5 Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector for the Arab countries - Methodology
  6. 6. 6 Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector for the Arab countries - Methodology Mitigation Targets, Costs Conditional / Unconditional Adaptation Agriculture, water, tourism, health, etc…
  7. 7. 7 Comprehensive analysis on the energy sector for the Arab countries - Methodology Renewable Energy Wind Solar Geothermal Etc… Energy Efficiency Sectors Technologies WD & CCS
  8. 8. 8 Dataset overview (Mitigation and Adaptation)
  9. 9. 9 Dataset overview (RE & EE)
  10. 10. 10 General information – Timeline and base year Base Year Country 1994 Oman 2000 KSA Sudan Yemen 2006 Jordan 2010 Djibouti Mauritania Morocco Tunisia 2011 Iraq Lebanon
  11. 11. 11 Main findings – Mitigation (Avoided emission) Country Unconditional Conditional Algeria 7% 15% Djibouti 40% 20% Iraq 1% 14% Jordan 1.50% 12.50% Lebanon 15% 15% Mauritania 2.70% 19.60% Morocco 17% 25% Oman 0% 2% Palestine 0% Independence: 24.4% Status quo: 12.8% Tunisia 8.80% 29% Union of Comoros 0% 84% Yemen 1% 13% Unconditional and conditional mitigation targets (Reduction % of the expected emissions)
  12. 12. 12 • Not all the 20 countries indicated the expected costs in their INDCs/NDCs • The total amount for the 8 countries who mentioned their mitigation costs is more than USD 109 billion, 71% of which is conditional on international support Main findings – Mitigation (Costs) 29% 71% MITIGATION COSTS Unconditional Conditional • The dependency on the international support ranges between 45% to 100% in some countries such as Sudan and Palestine • Some of the countries indicated the costs of the energy sector action’s costs from the overall mitigation costs such as Morocco who estimated that 65.5% of mitigation efforts are going to the energy sector
  13. 13. 13 Main findings – Adaptation • Adaptation actions often costs less that mitigation actions in almost all countries since it focuses on several sectors other than energy • Countries like Morocco and Tunisia have mentioned in their plans that all the reduction in CO2eq/GHG emissions is to come from the mitigation actions rather than adaptation’s • Unlike mitigation, countries did not specify adaptation costs in their plans. However, Morocco and Palestine estimated in their NDCs that the adaptation costs will be USD 35 billion and USD 3.5 billion respectively
  14. 14. 14 Main findings – Renewable Energy
  15. 15. 15 Main findings – Energy Efficiency
  16. 16. 16 Main findings – Water desalination & CCS • Mentioned in the study only due to their relation with RE and EE sectors • The study only mentions the plants that are operating using RES • Yemen, Qatar, Djibouti, UAE and Tunisia mentioned the water desalination using RES in their mitigation and/or adaptation plans • Bahrain, KSA, UAE and Iraq considered Carbon capture and storage in their plans
  17. 17. 17 Conclusion • Not only the financial burdens, but also technology transfer and capacity building should be considered • Green Climate Fund (GCF) has been mentioned in several INDCs/NDC • The creation of more jobs coming from the energy sector is expected • Ambitious plans for local manufacturing • INDCs/NDC are only voluntarily documents, however, they should become in the early future mandatory actions with regional targets for the reduction of CO2eq/GHG emissions
  18. 18. 18 Thank you ! Rana El-Guindy Senior Specialist – Energy Economist Regional Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RCREEE) Hydro Power Building (7th Floor) Block 11 - Piece 15, Melsa District Ard El Golf, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt Tel: +20 2 2415 4755 ext. (277) Fax: +20 2 241 54661 Rana.elguindy@rcreee.org www.rcreee.org

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