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07 November 2018

BILATERAL BUSINESS MATCHMAKING EVENT FOR THE JOINT CREDITING MECHANISM, Corporate Convention Centre, UB Hall

  1. Mega Solar Projects in Mongolia under JCM Program, Sharp Energy Solutions Corporation
  2. TIPs gained through the JCM Project DEVELOPMENT, Wakana ERIGUCHI, Oversees Environmental Cooperation Center (OECC)
  3. Overall structure and financing programme for the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), Naoki Torii, Chief Administrator, Ministry of the Environment, Japan
  4. Measurement, Report and Verification (MRV) of the JCM, Mariko Ikeda, Ph.D. Policy Researcher, Climate and Energy Area, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
  5. The role of private sector in GHG mitigation, Romain Brillie, Country Representative to Mongolia, Global Green Growth Institute
  6. Integration between Agriculture and Solar Power (Solar Farm® conception) E.Munkhbayasgalan (Vice director & chief engineer, Everyday Farm)

23 October 2018

Seminar on the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), Bishrelt Hotel, Ulaanbaatar

  1. Achievements and opportunities from the Joint Crediting Mechanism, Aryanie Amellina, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
  2. “JCM Model Project” Financing Programme, ARYANIE AMELLINA, INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES (IGES)

5 October 2017

Workshop on the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), Progress in Mongolia and the World, Corporate Convention Centre, Ulaanbaatar

  1. The JCM global updates and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, Aryanie Amellina, Analyst, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  2. Practical MRV in the JCM and the role of IGES Case: Solar PV, Aryanie Amellina, Analyst, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  3.  Private sector climate actions and opportunities from the JCM, Aryanie Amellina, Analyst, Climate and Energy Area, (IGES)
  4. Energy sector current status, its influence in greenhouse gas emission reduction, Uemaa G, Specialist of Renewable Energy Division Policy Planning Department, Ministry of Energy

01 March 2017

JCM Open Seminar
Sharing experiences and lessons learned from JCM project developments, Tokyo, Japan

  1. Initiatives on the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), Mr. Naoki TORII, Chief Administrator Office of Market Mechanisms Global Environment Bureau, Ministry of the Environment of Japan
  2. Useful tips to implement the JCM project, Kentaro Takahashi, Task Manager/ Senior Policy Researcher, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  3. Current Status of JCM in Indonesia, Indonesia JCM Secretariat
  4. The current status of the JCM in Bangladesh, MOHAMMAD AZIZUL HAQUE SENIOR ASSISTANT SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS BANGLADESH
  5. Current status of JCM projects in Mongolia and position towards using market mechanisms in its NDC, Undarmaa Khurelbaatar, JCM secretariat, CCPIU, Ministry of Environment and Tourism
  6. JCM Model Project Installation of High Efficiency Air Conditioning System and Chillers in Semiconductor Factory Sony Device Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd., Sony Corporate Services (Japan) Corporation
  7. JCM Model Project Energy Saving in Factories with Air-Conditioning Control System, KUROYANAGI Hiromi, Business Development Department, Yuko-Keiso Co.,Ltd.
  8. JCM in Cambodia, Introduction of High Efficiency LED Lighting, Utilizing Wireless Network, MinebeaMitsumi JCM Team
  9. JCM Model Projects, Installation of Solar PV Systems, Minako Sasaki, Institute for Global Environment Research International Division

28 February 2017

Workshop on facilitating the JCM implementation in Asia and Pacific In FY2016, Tokyo, Japan

  1. Current Status of the JCM and UNFCCC negotiations on markets, Mr. Kazuhisa KOAKUTSU, Deputy Director Office of Market Mechanisms Global Environment Bureau, Ministry of the Environment of Japan
  2. Overview of IGES activities for implementation of the JCM in FY2016 Workshop on facilitating the JCM implementation in Asia and Pacific in FY2016, Kentaro Takahashi Task Manager/Senior Policy Researcher Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  3. Promoting JCM scheme in Indonesia, Dicky Edwin HindartoHead of Indonesia JCM Secretariat
  4. Mongolia and position towards using market mechanisms in its NDC, Undarmaa Khurelbaatar, JCM secretariat, CCPIU, Ministry of Environment and Tourism
  5. Initiatives and activities to promote the JCM in Thailand, TGO is a Public Organization under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
  6. Initiatives and Activities in Promoting JCM, The Philippine Experience
  7. Progress of development of guidelines for REDD+, Naoki TORII, Chief Administrator Office of Market Mechanisms Global Environment Bureau, Ministry of the Environment of Japan
  8. Ministry of the Environment of Japan JCM FLAGSHIP MODEL PROJECTS IN BANGLADESH, DR. MD MOHIUDDIN, JOINT SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS, BANGLADESH
  9. Promoting JCM Projects in Viet Nam, Nguyen Van Huy, Department of Meteorology, Hydrology and Climate Change, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment
  10. JCM Project Preparation in Laos, Immala Inthaboualy, Director of GHG Inventory & Mitigation Division, DDMCC, MONRE
  11. FLAGSHIP MODEL PROJECTS IN CAMBODIA, Uy Kamal, Deputy Director, Department of Climate Change, GSSD, Cambodia
  12. Application for the JCM model projects in FY2017, Yoshinori Yura, Researcher Office of Market Mechanisms, Global Environment Bureau, Ministry of the Environment of Japan
  13. Introduction of JCM project supported by Asian Development Bank, Yoshinori Yura, Researcher Office of Market Mechanisms Global Environment Bureau, Ministry of the Environment of Japan
  14. Lessons learned from the identification of the JCM potential projects Project Development Activities in Asia, Jun WATANABE, Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan
  15. First credit issuance experience and demonstration of JCM registry system in Mongolia, L.Otgontsesteg, JCM secretariat, CCPIU, CCPIU, Ministry of Environment and Tourism
  16. Experience of issuance of JCM credits in Palau, Mr. Gregorio Decherong Director, Energy Administration Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Industries & Commerce

25 January 2017

Workshop on the Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol (MAAP), Supporting the Development of Robust and Comparable Mitigation Actions

  1. Introduction to the workshop’s objectives, Kenji Asakawa, Task Manager/ Senior Policy Researcher, IGES
  2. The Networked Carbon Markets (NCM) Initiative, World Bank Group
  3. The Mitigation Action Assessment Protocol (MAAP) tool, Aryanie Amellina, IGES
  4. Introduction to the MAAP TOOL, Aryanie Amellina, IGES
  5. Application of the MAAP to the JCM Projects, UNDARMAA KHURELBAATAR, JCM SECRETARIAT
  6. Discussion, LESSONS LEARNED FROM APPLICATION Benefits OF THE MAAP

14, December, 2016

Workshop on the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), Promoting Low-Carbon Projects in Mongolia, Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI), Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

  1. Monnaran 10MW Solar Farm Project, Batchimeg N, Everyday Farm LLC
  2. The JCM status update and contributions to Mongolia’s climate change targets, Undarmaa Khurelbaatar, JCM secretariat, MET
  3. Updates on JCM projects, financing programme, and JCM Matchmaking Platform, Aryanie Amellina, Policy Researcher, Climate and Energy Area, IGES

14, December, 2016

Workshop on the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), JCM for Climate Change Mitigation and Sustainable Development, Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI), Ulaanbaatar Mongolia

  1. Carbon market trends in Asia and the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), Yuji MIZUNO, PhD, Climate and Energy Area Leader, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
  2. CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES IN MONGOLIA AND IT‟S POTENTIAL FOR JCM, GERELT-OD Tsogtbaatar, Climate Change and International Cooperation Division, MET
  3. Recent development of JCM projects and methodologies in Mongolia, Undarmaa Khurelbaatar JCM secretariat, MET

27 October, 2016
Workshop of Project Formulation Study through City to City Cooperation in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

  1. Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) and Project Study through City to City Cooperation, Hokkaido Government, Sapporo City Hokkaido International Exchange and Cooperation Center(HIECC), Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center(OECC)
  2. Energy-saving measures in Sapporo city, Hiroto Kikuno, Environmental Planning Section, Eco-City Promotion Department Environmental Bureau City of Sapporo, JAPAN
  3. Introduction Activity for the Thermal Storage Electric Heater in Mongolia, Amarbayar Adiyabat (Assoc.Prof.,PhD), School of Engineering and Applied Science, National University of Mongolia

24-25 August, 2016
Promoting Bilateral Mechanisms in Asia and the Pacific Workshop on the Joint Crediting Mechanism

  1. Introduction to ADB Operations, Teruhisa Oi, Senior Energy Specialist, East Asia Department, ADB
  2. ADB Climate Finance and Its Carbon Market Program, Promoting Bilateral Mechanisms in Asia and the Pacific, V.K. Duggal, Senior Climate Change Specialist, ADB
  3. Japan Fund for the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JFJCM), Ayato Kurokawa, ADB
  4. Introduction to the Joint Crediting Mechanism, Kate Hughes, ADB
  5. Japan’s Financing Programs for JCM, Shiro Yoshida, Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
  6. JCM Project Development Cycle, Ayato Kurokawa, ADB
  7. Developing Methodology for the JCM, Shigeo Aoki, Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
  8. Overview of Measuring-Reporting-Verification activities of the JCM program, M.Natsagbadam, Validation & Verification team leader
  9. Current Status and Priorities of the Energy Sector, Teruhisa Oi, Senior Energy Specialist, East Asia Department, ADB
  10. 10MW SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANT IN DARKHAN CITY (JCM PROJECT), NAMJIL ENEBISH, Project Manager, SOLAR POWER INTERNATIONAL LLC
  11. ХАЛААЛТЫН ЗУУХНЫ ШИНЭЧЛЭЛИЙН АЖИЛ, АНУ СЕРВИС ХХК
  12. High Energy Efficient Transformer, Shiro Yoshida, Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
  13. Implementing Eco-District and Green Building In Ulaanbaatar, Arnaud Heckmann, Senior Urban Development Specialist, ADB

23 February 2016

Workshop on 3E Nexus and Development of Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) Projects toward a Sustainable Low-Carbon Society in MONGOLIA

  1.  Opportunities, challenges, and expectations on the JCM in Mongolia, Otgontsetseg L,Nature conservation Fund
  2. Introduction on MRV requirements of JCM Projects and GHG inventory of Mongolia, Sanaa Enkhtaivan, Climate Change Project Implementing Unit,Nature Conservation Fund
  3. Brown to Green Energy Systems in Mongolia,GGGI4
  4. CONTENTS OF PROJECT DESIGN DEVELOPMENT, 3E Nexus Secretariat Integrated Research System for5
  5. Sustainability Science (IR3S), The University of Tokyo, Japan
  6. ХАЛААЛТЫН ЗУУХНЫ ШИНЭЧЛЭЛИЙН АЖИЛ, ANU Service LLC

27 January, 2016
Seminar under the Study on Co-benefits type pollution control for Heat Only Boiler 2016

  1. Study on Co-benefits type pollution control for Heat Only Boiler by MEGDT, OECC on the behalf of MOEJ (The Ministry of the Environment, Japan)
  2. Evaluation Method of Co-Benefits Project for Updating HOB in Mongolia By Using JCM Methodology, SUURI-KEIKAKU CO.,LTD, Fumihiko KUWAHARA

10, 11 November 2015
TRAINING FOR THIRD PARTY ENTITY OF JOINT CREDITING MECHANISM

  1. Introduction, Training for TPE Candidates, ERM Japan Tsuyoshi Nakao
  2. Third Party Audit for GHG Projects, ERM Japan, Tsuyoshi Nakao
  3. Preparation of Validation, ERM Japan, Tsuyoshi Nakao
  4. Follow-up interview(Site Visit) and Draft validation report, ERM Japan, Tsuyoshi Nakao
  5. Follow-up and Validation Report, ERM Japan, Tsuyoshi Nakao

10 November 2015
WORKSHOP ON THE JOINT CREDITING MECHANISM, PROMOTING LOW CARBON PROJECTS IN  MONGOLIA

  1. Introduction to the JCM, Current development and Support programme, Kenji Asakawa, Senior Policy Researcher Climate and Energy Area,IGES
  2. Opportunities, challenges, and expectations on the JCM in Mongolia, Undarmaa Khurelbaatar Nature conservation Fund as the Secretariat of the JCM, MEGDT
  3. Introduction to JCM MRV and methodologies, Aryanie Amellina, Policy Researcher, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  4. Introduction to JCM project development procedures in Mongolia, Undarmaa Khurelbaatar Nature conservation Fund as the Secretariat of the JCM, MEGDT
  5. STRATEGY AND POLICY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SECTOR, B.BAYASGALANBAATAR, Specialist of Renewable Energy Department, Ministry of Energy

Septermber 3, 2014

WORKSHOP ON JOINT CREDITING MECHANISM IN MONGOLIA: RULES, VALIDATION AND VERIFICATION

  1. Roles of JC at Validation and Verification stages for JCM Project Registration and Credit Issuance, Kenji ASAKAWA, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
  2. Developing Grid Emission Factor in Mongolia, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  3. Key rules of JCM: Key considerations for Joint Committee and Project Participants, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  4. Key steps and considerations in JCM, Kenji Asakawa and Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  5. Latest development of JCM in September, Mongolia: key challenges and opportunities, E.Sanaa CDM National Bureau, Climate Change Coordination Office, Ministry of Environment and Green Development
  6. IGES’s planned capacity building in Mongolia up to March 2015, Kenji ASAKAWA, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)

February 18, 2014

CAPACITY-BUILDING COOPERATION FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF NAMAS IN A MRV MANNER BETWEEN MONGOLIA AND JAPAN

  1. Renewable Energy for NAMA, Masayoshi Futami, OECC
  2. Draft Implementation Plan on NAMAs in a MRV manner, Makoto Kato, Principal Researcher, OECC
  3. Introduction to National Inventory System of energy sector, Ms.Tegshjargal Bumtsend, Climate Change Coordination Office, MEGDT
  4. Gobitec and asian super grid for renewable energies in Northeast Asia
  5. In-depth review of the investment climate and market structure in the energy sector of MONGOLIA by Energy Charter Secretariat
  6. LEAP загвар ашиглаж Хүлэмжийн хийн ялгарлын хэтийн төлөвийг тодорхойлох, Ж. Доржпүрэв, “ЕЕС” ХХК

January 22, 2014

TRAINING ON VALIDATION FOR JOINT CREDITING MECHANISM

  1. Third Party Audit for GHG Projects Training for Verification Agency Candidates by ERM Japan, Tsuyoshi Nakao
  2. CDM validation and verification experience for salkhit wind farm project by Bayarmaa Amarjargal, Senior carbon finance specialist, CLEAN ENERGY LLC, NEWCOM GROUP
  3. CASE STUDY: Wind power project in Mongolia, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  4. How validation and verification work in JCM, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES

December 3, 2013

WORKSHOP ON LOW CARBON TECHNOLOGIES

  1. Introduction of the sessions 4 & 5: JCM methodology development, Tomoya Motoda, GEC
  2. NAMA and JCM, Enkhtaivan SANAA, CDM National Bureau, Climate Change Coordination Office
  3. JCM Project Planning Study on 10MW-scale solar power plant and rooftop solar power generation system, Shimizu Corporation
  4. Overview of technology aspects of NAMAs in a MRV manner, Principal Researcher Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center,(OECC)
  5. Upgrading and Installation of Centralized Control System of High‐Efficiency HOB, Suuri‐Keikaku, Anu‐Service
  6. Workshop on Low Carbon Technologies, Renewable Energy Policy of Mongolia
  7. Energy conservation at cement plant by Taiheiyo Engineering
  8. Reliable & Proven Design for Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler CFB Power Plant by Sumitomo
  9. Financial Solutions for the JCM: How banking sector involvement can help make JCM a success by XacBank
  10. Issues and Measures for Low Carbon Society in Mongolian Electricity Sector T.T. Network Infrastructure Japan by (Joint Venture of TOSHIBA Corporation and Tokyo Electric Power Company)
  11. Proposal for Mongolian Power Station using Joint Operation System(JOS)by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

December 2, 2013

THE 8TH ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING FOR NAMA IN A MRV manner

  1. NAMA and GHG Inventory, Suuri‐Keikaku, Kuwahara Fumihiko
  2. Discussion on Implementation Plan, Makoto Kato, Principal Researcher Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
  3. Existing and planned renewable energy projects in Mongolia by Ministry of Energy

October 29, 2013

SEMINAR ON “MARKET MECHANISMS (CDM&JCM): UPDATES AND LATEST DEVELOPMENT”

  1. JCM Guideline on Validation and Verification (Mongolia), Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  2. JCM and its opportunities for Mongolia, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  3. Developing Grid Emission Factor in Mongolia, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES

October 7, 2013

THE SIXTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING FOR NAMA IN A MRV MANNER

  1. Potential and exemplar financial schemes for NAMAs, Makoto Kato, OECC
  2. Methodologies for efficiency improvement of HOB and CHP through JCM scheme, Kunihiro Ueno
  3. Introduction to NAMAs and review of Kyoto Protocol Target Achievement Plan (KPTAP), Masayoshi Futami, Senior Researcher, OECC

September 23, 2013

JOINT-SEMINAR ON POSSIBLE COOPERATION BETWEEN UB CITY, UB-CAP, JICA, MEGD AND THE PROGRAMME (JCM SEEDS)

  1. The Cooperation Programme on Developing the JCM Seeds in Mongolia, MEGD (Ministry of Environment and Green Development
  2. “Two‐step‐loan project for sme development and environmental protection”, Bayarlkham Byambaa (M.Sc.) Environmental Finance Specialist, TSL Project Office

June 24, 2013

SEMINAR ON JCM AND ITS VALIDATION & VERIFICATION BODIES IN MONGOLIA

  1. Introduction of ISO14064 series, ISO14065 and ISO14066, SHIGENARI YAMAMOTO, SHIGEO NIWA JAPAN QUALITY ASSURANCE ORGANIZATION (JQA)
  2. Why Validation and Verification matter in JCM, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  3. Latest status of and beyond CDM, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES
  4. JCM and its opportunities for Mongolia, Kenta Usui, Climate and Energy Area, IGES

April 26, 2013

CARBON FINANCE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

  1. “Carbon Market Potential in Mongolia”, Dr. DORJPUREV JARGAL, EEC Co., Ltd
  2. CDM Experience: SALKHIT Wind Farm Project A. Bayarmaa, Carbon Finance Specialist, Clean Energy LLC,NEWCOM GROUP
  3. CDM Project Issues and Analysis by Carbon Finance Assist
  4. CDM Project Cycle, Types and Methodologies by Carbon Finance Assist
  5. Clean Development Mechanism Issues in Mongolia, A.Enkhbat, Director of Sustainable Development and Strategic Planning Department, MNE

March 4, 2013

NEW MARKET MECHANISM CAPACITY BUILDING-OSAKA GENERAL MEETING

  1. Structure of carbon market in a post-2012 framework, Yasushi Ninomiya, PhD, IGES
  2. CDM pre/post‐2012 and future instruments, UNFCCC
  3. Lessons from the CDM capacity building, Akiko Fukui, Market Mechanism Group IGES
  4. CDM lessons learned -Development of standardized baselines-Cambodia by Uy Kamal Head of GHG Inventory and Mitigation Office Climate Change Department Ministry of Environment
  5. CDM IN MYANMAR, Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry
  6. Recent Development of The Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM)/ Bilateral Offset Credit Mechanism (BOCM), Yuji Mizuno, PhD.
  7. IGES MRV capacity building for New Market Mechanisms and Joint Crediting Mechanism, Kenta Usui, IGES
  8. JCM/BOCM Methodology Development under Programme of MRV Demonstration Study & JCM/BOCM Feasibility Study, Tomoya MOTODA, Carbon Management Dept., Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC)Capacity-building to support the readiness for NAMAs in a MRV manner, Makoto Kato, Principal Researcher, OECC
  9. IGES new market mechanism capacity building in mongolia-2012, Climate Change Coordination Office, MEGD
  10. Initiatives on the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) in Laos Department of Disaster Management and Climate Change, MONRE
  11. Current Preparation of Domestic Carbon Market in Thailand, Pongvipa Lohsomboon Carbon Business Office
  12. Current Preparation of Nusantara Carbon Scheme (NCS): Indonesia case on completing the building blocks
  13. CARBON MARKET POLICY IN VIETNAM, Нoang Manh Hoa, Director, Climate Change Division, Department of Meteorology, Hydrology and Climate Change, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment of Vietnam (MONRE), Secretary General, National Steering Committee for UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol
  14. The Philippine Readiness for New Market Mechanisms, Albert A. Magalang and Ma. Gerarda Asuncion Merilo, Climate Change Office/Philippine DNA Secretariat Environmental Mgt, Bureau Dept of Environment & Natural Resources
  15. Status of China’s regional trading programs, Yu WANG, Tsinghua University
  16. Current status and future challenges for the carbon market in Asia, Kentaro Takahashi Researcher, Market Mechanism Group Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)

January 31, 2013

MARKET MECHANISMS AND MRV WORKSHOP

  1. Difficulties of applying CDM methodologies in the building sector: overview of previous activities/efforts made and lessons learnt by BEEP PROJECT
  2. Mongolia`s potential and challenges of biofuel production and usage by Enkhbold Badam, M.Sc,MD New Bio Fuels,LLC
  3. MRV for buildings in Asia by Eric Zusman, IGES
  4. Summary of COP18 and Market Mechanisms by Kazuhisa KOAKUTSU Deputy Director/Senior Researcher Market Mechanism Group, IGES
  5. Draft JCM methodology for biodiesel production from waste oil in Mongolia, Kenta Usui, IGES
  6. POWERING MONGOLIA, Baya Bayantsagaan, WAGNER ASIA EQUIPMENT
  7. Upgrading Installation High-and of High Efficient Heat Only Boilers for Heat supply systems in Districts by Kuwahara Fumihiko, SUURI-KEIKAKU
  8. MRV Demonstration Study using model project- Replacement of Coal‐Fired Boiler by Geo‐Thermal Heat Pump for Heating, Shimizu Corporation
  9. PROJECT IDEAS IN IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF BUILDINGS BY B.MUNKHBAYAR/A.TSOGT, BEEP, UNDP

January 24, 2013

WORKSHOP ON ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGIES AND MEASURES IN THE ENERGY SUPPLY SECTOR: POTENTIAL FOR NAMAS

  1. Potential for use of solar energy to reduce air pollution in the urban centers by Gyagar Dash,(Ph.D). National Renewable Energy Center (NREC)
  2. NATIONAL STANDARDS OF AIR POLLUTANTS IN COAL FIRED POWER PLANTS AND THERMAL PLANTS by Ministry of Environment and Green development, Clean technology and science division
  3. Overview of technology aspects of NAMAs in a MRV manner in the energy supply sector by Principal Researcher, Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)
  4. Overview of Climate change policies of Mongolia: NAMAs in the energy sector by Ministry of Environment, Green Development and Tourism
  5. Technology for Enhancing Efficiency of Thermal Power Plant (Assessment of Equipment) by KOIZUMI Nobuchika, OECC
  6. Insulation Improvement Proposal by the e’-AIM Method of Maintenance (Eco-Advanced Insulation Method)by Kanden Plant Co.,Inc
  7. Reliable & Proven Design for Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler CFB Power Plant by Sumitomo Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
  8. Effective Utilization of Fly-Ash from Power Plant for Cement Production by YOSHIYUKI UENOYAMA,TAIHEIYO CEMENT CORPORATION
  9. “Results of TNA for GHG mitigation in Mongolia and introduction to draft technology action plan” by Dr.Jargal Dorjpurev, EEC Co., Ltd, Consultant, CCCO, MNEGD
  10. Utilizing the energy and cost saving potential in the Mongolian energy sector through a legal framework for energy efficiency as well as performance optimization and preventive maintenance in energy utilities by Sven ERNEDAL GIZ Programme Director Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
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