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NDC & Pledge Pipeline

Welcome to the UNEP DTU
CDM/JI Pipeline Analysis and Database

The CDM/JI Pipeline Analysis and Database of the CDM & JI projects has been updated at www.cdmpipeline.org and the NAMAPipeline on www.namapipeline.org.

CDM news:

In May 6 new CDM projects were submitted, all from India.

7 CDM projects got its registration action in May, bringing the total number of registered CDM project up to 7715, or 91% of the 8489 of the CDM projects that are alive. Only 802 projects are still at validation and 7 have requested registration.

For 2169 CDM projects the DOEs terminated validation, and for 276 the DOEs gave a negative validation. 273 projects were rejected by the EB, and 64 projects were withdrawn.

May had a monthly issuance of 14.1 MCERs. The total issuance is now 1679 MCERs.  The average issuance success is 88.8%. 2916 Registered projects have now got issuance; this is an increase of 17 compared to last month.

Voluntary cancellation of CERs has now increased to 12.1 MCERs. In South Korea CERs can be converted into Korean Carbon Units if they are from CDM projects in South Korea and cancelled voluntarily. This already happened for 7.3 MCERs.

Table 17 in the "Analysis" sheet shows that 23 CDM projects and 7 PoAs have now used the SD Tool.

Column BC shows which projects have been supported by CDM Loan Scheme: 5 out of the 30 CDM projects and 5 out of the 7 PoAs submitted in the last 6 months.

At EB89 at new small scale CDM methodology was approved. AMS-I.M. "Solar power for domestic aircraft at-gate operations".

PoA news:

No new PoAs was submitted in May:

Subtracting the 69 PoAs that the DOEs terminated validation of, the 3 PoAs rejected by the EB, the 5 PoAs withdrawn, and the 27 resubmitted PoAs we now have 377 PoAs in the Pipeline: 83 at validation, 3 have requested registration, and 291 are registered.

No new CPAs were submitted in May.

In total 2053 CPAs exist hosted by 67 countries.

No PoAs got an issuance in May. The total issuance from the 29 PoAs with issuance is now 4.7 MCERs.

JI news:

No new JI projects were submitted in May.

The total issuance of ERUs is 871 MERUs.

NAMApipeline news: see www.namapipeline.org

The UNFCCC NAMA Registry can be accessed by the public at the webpage:  www4.unfccc.int/sites/nama

5 new NAMAs was submitted in May:

4 from Zimbabwe:

"National Solar Water Heating Programme",

"Provision of Sustainable Energy in Zimbabwe through use of Biogas",

"Lighting system optimization by replacing incandescent and other lights with energy efficient LED lights", and

"Efficient Biomass Stove Development, Dissemination and Commercialisation", and

1 from Mongolia: "Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions in the Construction Sector in Mongolia".

The total number of NAMAs is now 133 (2 NAMAs were withdrawn, and 2 was resubmitted).

The total support offered is 176 MUS$ only 2.2% of the total support requested of 8034 MUS$, and the total cost for the NAMAs is 39128 MUS$.

INDC & PledgePipeline news:

Available at: unep.org/climatechange/pledgepipeline/

Our Pledgepipeline includes the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) that are submitted to the UNFCCC. Following the Paris Agreement we now group countries according to regions instead of Annex I/non-Annex I.

17 Parties responsible to 0.04% of the total GHG emissions have now ratified the Paris Agreement.

The total number of INDC/NDC submissions has now increased to 162 (189 countries). Only 8 UN countries have not submitted yet: Kosovo, Libya, Nicaragua, North Korea, Palestine, Syria, Timor-Leste and Uzbekistan.

The requested support in Billion US$ until 2030 for Mitigation is (total of 421 Billion US$ for the 54 submissions with data) and for Adaptation (total of 615 Billion US$ for the 61 submissions with data).

If we scale these requested support values up to the total population in the non-Annex-I countries, we arrive at an annual need for international support of 148 Billion US$ for Mitigation and 130 Billion US$ for Adaptation.

In column BZ-CC in the "GHG Emission by country" sheet we have added the information on the population in all the countries for 2010 and 2030 in order to calculate the GHG emissions per capita in the countries in these years. If we take the UNEP GAP report 2915 statement that the total mission should be below 42 GtCO2e in 2030 and the UN projection of 8.4 Billion people in 2030, we find that the average emission in 2030 should be below 4.98 ton CO2e. 42 INDCs (marked with red color) of 120 with absolute targets have larger emissions in 2030 than this value.

The UNEP Emission Gap Report 2015 was published in November, see http://uneplive.org/theme/index/13#indcs

Our GACMO model, which can be used to calculate the BAU projection and the mitigation part of the INDC can be downloaded from both the www.cdmpipeline.org and the www.namapipeline.org sites.

Non-state actors:

The Climate Initiatives Platform (CIP) has now been transferred from Ecofys to the UNEP DTU Partnership. The web-site is accessible as before at http://climateinitiativesplatform.org. CIP now contains 242 International Cooperative Initiatives after the latest update at Ecofys. We will continue the updates and improvements of the database.

Joergen Fenhann and Marco Schletz

UNEP DTU Partnership (formerly known as UNEP Risoe)
Danish Technical University

UN City in Copenhagen, Denmark

Phone: (+45) 40 20 27 89
jqfe@
dtu.dk

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   jqfe@dtu.dk

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Downloads
CDM Pipeline overview

PoA Pipeline overview

CDM project distribution within host countries by region and type

JI Pipeline overview

GACMO
   NDC Model

Guidance document
  (updated June 2008)

Publications and papers
  UNEP DTU Partnership