Programme of Activities:                                    Roles and responsibilities of involved                        ...
Programme of Activities (PoA):      Coordinating Entity      A PoA shall be proposed by the coordinating or managing enti...
Coordinating Entity is the Focal Pointwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc   3
Steps to set up the PoA                                              Capacity           Business                    PoA Id...
The optimal PoA design…     …transparently explains what the PoA wants to achieve     …enables CPA developers to easily pa...
Questions to be answered     What are the main objectives of the PoA?              e.g. extending the scale of a certain ...
Programme of Activities (PoA):      Set up option I     PoA Coordinating Entity and only „external“ CPA developers      P...
Programme of Activities (PoA):      Set up option II     PoA Coordinating Entity is the only CPA developer      Overcomin...
DNA related challenges              Fairly limited or almost no experience with PoAs                      sometimes even...
DOE related challenges              A fairly limited number of DOEs started to validate PoAs                 (liable for ...
Summary              Choose the right set up and institutional arrangements                       Develop a solid and tra...
Many Thanks for                                             Your Attention!                              Matthias Krey, Pe...
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Programme of activities roles and responsibilities

  1. 1. Programme of Activities: Roles and responsibilities of involved institutions 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. Programme of Activities (PoA): Coordinating Entity  A PoA shall be proposed by the coordinating or managing entity which shall be a Project Participant  authorized by all participating host country DNAs involved  identified in the modalities of communication as the entity which communicates with the EB, including on matters relating to the distribution of CERs.  PPs of the PoA shall make arrangements with the coordinator or managing entity, relating to communications and distribution of CERs.www.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 2
  3. 3. Coordinating Entity is the Focal Pointwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 3
  4. 4. Steps to set up the PoA Capacity Business PoA Idea PoA PIN Building Model Attracting Setting up Develop Implement Stakeholders & CE Structures PoA PoA Investorswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 4
  5. 5. The optimal PoA design… …transparently explains what the PoA wants to achieve …enables CPA developers to easily participate in the PoA …sets up a business plan that is manageable and realistic …defines in a clear way who receives the emission reductions (ownership) …points out the responsibilities for conducting the monitoringwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 5
  6. 6. Questions to be answered What are the main objectives of the PoA?  e.g. extending the scale of a certain measure (energy efficiency) What institutions need to be involved?  Coordinating entity, service provider, funding institution What is the planned scope of the PoA?  Annual CER volume, No. of CPAs, regions, pieces of equipment What is the target group of the PoA?  CPA developer (private or public entities, technology provider, households)  End-user (households, farmers, utilities, technology provider) What are the required capabilities and capacities?  CDM expertise, commercial expertise, man power, monitoring  How can the monitoring procedures be conducted most transparent?  Who has the capabilities to perform the monitoring?  Who is responsible for the different monitoring processes?www.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 6
  7. 7. Programme of Activities (PoA): Set up option I PoA Coordinating Entity and only „external“ CPA developers  Promotion of PoA to attract potential CPA-developer  High administrative and management related tasks for CE (e.g. train the trainer!!!)  Guidance for CPA developer (e.g. higher transparency, reduced administration) PoA Coordinating Entity UNFCCC PoA-DD Generic CPA-DD DOE CPA 1 CPA 2 CPA 3 CPA X DNA CPA 1 CPA 2 CPA 3 CPA Xwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 7
  8. 8. Programme of Activities (PoA): Set up option II PoA Coordinating Entity is the only CPA developer  Overcoming the small-scale threshold and reducing time until CER issuance  Reduced risks for subsequent CPAs compared to stand-alone projects  Reduced administrative and management tasks required PoA Coordinating Entity UNFCCC PoA-DD Generic CPA-DD DOE CPA 1 CPA 2 CPA 3 CPA X DNA CPA 1 CPA 2 CPA 3 CPA Xwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 8
  9. 9. DNA related challenges  Fairly limited or almost no experience with PoAs  sometimes even limited experience with CDM  In many cases no clear procedure for approving PoAs LoA  Difficult for international PoAs involving more than one host countrywww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 9
  10. 10. DOE related challenges  A fairly limited number of DOEs started to validate PoAs (liable for erroneous inclusion of CPAs)  Situation has improved and liability issue is about to be solved VRwww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 10
  11. 11. Summary Choose the right set up and institutional arrangements  Develop a solid and transparent business plan  Identifying an appropriate Coordinating Entity (CE) is vital  Interdependencies (put in place incentive schemes)  Necessity of “Train the trainer” Enable reliable processes  Define responsibilities  Consider capabilities of involved institutions  Testing of processes (e.g. initial verification)  Define implementation and monitoring plan with back-up optionswww.perspectives.cc · info@perspectives.cc 11
  12. 12. 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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