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Dominican Republic

Description

Overview
Sector Energy supply
Focus area Energy efficiency
Type of action Strategy/Policy
Scope National
Stage Under development
Submitted to UNFCCC registry Yes
Start of initiative 2014
Financing and support details
Financing status Seeking financing
Total cost US$ 145.3 mln
Financing requested US$ 145.3 mln
Financing received to-date US$ 0 mln
Principal source of financing Not known
Principal type of financing Not known
Capacity building required Yes
Technology transfer required Yes
Additional information
Proponent(s) National Council for Climate Change and Clean Development Mechanism
International funder(s)
(no data)
Organization providing technical support
(no data)
Contact National Council for Climate Change and Clean Development Mechanism

Omar Ramirez, Executive Vice President o.ramirez@cambioclimatico.gob.do 1-809-472-0537

Damarys Marte, Director of Alternative Sources of Energy and Energy Efficiency, CNE dmarte@cne.gov.do 1-809-540-9002 ext. 353

Objective:

The mitigation actions comes from the implementation of energy efficiency measures identified by audits carried out by National Energy Commission (CNE, Spanish acronyms) or other relevant organization validated by CNE, as part of the Energy Efficiency Program. The Dominican Republic government understood that actions for economic development and climate protection can be synergistic and complementary, and has set the firm foundation from a concrete strategy to guide efforts that integrate actions that achieve development and climate compatibility.

Activities: (2014 - 2017)
Detailed activities are not available yet

Impact and MRV

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Cumulative GHG reductions: No data available
Mitigative capacity:

0.058 MtCO2e/year:

Energy Efficiency is a valid way to reduce Green House Gases from atmosphere, and also foster a climate model base on a comprehensive energy management strategy in public infrastructures.

Through energy audits for government agencies is to support efforts to make gov-ernance transparent and efficient progress in adapting to and mitigating the causes of climate change and improve the quality of government spending. The consump-tion of electricity by public entities is on the order of 825, 874, 269 kWh/year , which is roughly equivalent to 6.7 % of national demand 12,478,309 MWh / year and this more than 70 % owned by the entities managing the water resources. To date, the National Energy Commission of the Dominican Republic has boosted the performance of at least 14 energy audits, which highlight a potential savings of 40,886,327 kWh / year within the lines of lighting, air conditioning systems, technology information and electric equipment. Measures that although they have the characteristics of being cost - efficient, faces the serious challenge of implementing measures that require investment.

Implementation time of NAMA is 3 years, with approximate expected emission reductions of at least 58,085.33 ton/year (during the agreed period of accreditation and with reference to a defined baseline) and reductions in energy consumption of at least 86,943,802 kWh annually (cumulative from year to year for the period of implementation of the NAMA, relative to a defined stage of consumption )."0.058 MtCO2e/year:

Energy Efficiency is a valid way to reduce Green House Gases from atmosphere, and also foster a climate model base on a comprehensive energy management strategy in public infrastructures.

Through energy audits for government agencies is to support efforts to make gov-ernance transparent and efficient progress in adapting to and mitigating the causes of climate change and improve the quality of government spending. The consump-tion of electricity by public entities is on the order of 825, 874, 269 kWh/year , which is roughly equivalent to 6.7 % of national demand 12,478,309 MWh / year and this more than 70 % owned by the entities managing the water resources. To date, the National Energy Commission of the Dominican Republic has boosted the performance of at least 14 energy audits, which highlight a potential savings of 40,886,327 kWh / year within the lines of lighting, air conditioning systems, technology information and electric equipment. Measures that although they have the characteristics of being cost - efficient, faces the serious challenge of implementing measures that require investment.

Implementation time of NAMA is 3 years, with approximate expected emission reductions of at least 58,085.33 ton/year (during the agreed period of accreditation and with reference to a defined baseline) and reductions in energy consumption of at least 86,943,802 kWh annually (cumulative from year to year for the period of implementation of the NAMA, relative to a defined stage of consumption )." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.

Co-benefits:

Social: Information has not been provided
Economic: Increase energy sector resiliency.

Alleviate the serious problem of energy black out and shortage of public funds.

Environmental: Information has not been provided

MRV Framework:
No MRV plan has been defined


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|Objective=The mitigation actions comes from the implementation of energy efficiency measures identified by audits carried out by National Energy Commission (CNE, Spanish acronyms) or other relevant organization validated by CNE, as part of the Energy Efficiency Program. The Dominican Republic government understood that actions for economic development and climate protection can be synergistic and complementary, and has set the firm foundation from a concrete strategy to guide efforts that integrate actions that achieve development and climate compatibility.
 
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To date, the National Energy Commission of the Dominican Republic has boosted the performance of at least 14 energy audits, which highlight a potential savings of 40,886,327 kWh / year within the lines of lighting, air conditioning systems, technology information and electric equipment. Measures that although they have the characteristics of being cost - efficient, faces the serious challenge of implementing measures that require investment.
 
To date, the National Energy Commission of the Dominican Republic has boosted the performance of at least 14 energy audits, which highlight a potential savings of 40,886,327 kWh / year within the lines of lighting, air conditioning systems, technology information and electric equipment. Measures that although they have the characteristics of being cost - efficient, faces the serious challenge of implementing measures that require investment.
  
Implementation time of NAMA is 3 years, with approximate expected emission reductions of at least 58,085.33 ton/year (during the agreed period of accreditation and with reference to a defined baseline) and reductions in energy consumption of at least 86,943,802 kWh annually (cumulative from year to year for the period of implementation of the NAMA, relative to a defined stage of consumption ).    
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Implementation time of NAMA is 3 years, with approximate expected emission reductions of at least 58,085.33 ton/year (during the agreed period of accreditation and with reference to a defined baseline) and reductions in energy consumption of at least 86,943,802 kWh annually (cumulative from year to year for the period of implementation of the NAMA, relative to a defined stage of consumption ).
 
|Economic benefits=Increase energy sector resiliency.
 
|Economic benefits=Increase energy sector resiliency.
 
Alleviate the serious problem of energy black out and shortage of public funds.
 
Alleviate the serious problem of energy black out and shortage of public funds.

Revision as of 09:49, 8 August 2014



Dominican Republic.png
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Dominican Republic

Description

Overview
Sector Energy supply
Focus area Energy efficiency
Type of action Strategy/Policy
Scope National
Stage Under development
Submitted to UNFCCC registry Yes
Start of initiative 2014
Financing and support details
Financing status Seeking financing
Total cost US$ 145.3 mln
Financing requested US$ 145.3 mln
Financing received to-date US$ 0 mln
Principal source of financing Not known
Principal type of financing Not known
Capacity building required Yes
Technology transfer required Yes
Additional information
Proponent(s) National Council for Climate Change and Clean Development Mechanism
International funder(s)
(no data)
Organization providing technical support
(no data)
Contact National Council for Climate Change and Clean Development Mechanism

Omar Ramirez, Executive Vice President o.ramirez@cambioclimatico.gob.do 1-809-472-0537

Damarys Marte, Director of Alternative Sources of Energy and Energy Efficiency, CNE dmarte@cne.gov.do 1-809-540-9002 ext. 353

Objective:

The mitigation actions comes from the implementation of energy efficiency measures identified by audits carried out by National Energy Commission (CNE, Spanish acronyms) or other relevant organization validated by CNE, as part of the Energy Efficiency Program. The Dominican Republic government understood that actions for economic development and climate protection can be synergistic and complementary, and has set the firm foundation from a concrete strategy to guide efforts that integrate actions that achieve development and climate compatibility.

Activities: (2014 - 2017)
Detailed activities are not available yet

Impact and MRV

pChart

Cumulative GHG reductions: No data available
Mitigative capacity:

0.058 MtCO2e/year:

Energy Efficiency is a valid way to reduce Green House Gases from atmosphere, and also foster a climate model base on a comprehensive energy management strategy in public infrastructures.

Through energy audits for government agencies is to support efforts to make gov-ernance transparent and efficient progress in adapting to and mitigating the causes of climate change and improve the quality of government spending. The consump-tion of electricity by public entities is on the order of 825, 874, 269 kWh/year , which is roughly equivalent to 6.7 % of national demand 12,478,309 MWh / year and this more than 70 % owned by the entities managing the water resources. To date, the National Energy Commission of the Dominican Republic has boosted the performance of at least 14 energy audits, which highlight a potential savings of 40,886,327 kWh / year within the lines of lighting, air conditioning systems, technology information and electric equipment. Measures that although they have the characteristics of being cost - efficient, faces the serious challenge of implementing measures that require investment.

Implementation time of NAMA is 3 years, with approximate expected emission reductions of at least 58,085.33 ton/year (during the agreed period of accreditation and with reference to a defined baseline) and reductions in energy consumption of at least 86,943,802 kWh annually (cumulative from year to year for the period of implementation of the NAMA, relative to a defined stage of consumption )."0.058 MtCO2e/year:

Energy Efficiency is a valid way to reduce Green House Gases from atmosphere, and also foster a climate model base on a comprehensive energy management strategy in public infrastructures.

Through energy audits for government agencies is to support efforts to make gov-ernance transparent and efficient progress in adapting to and mitigating the causes of climate change and improve the quality of government spending. The consump-tion of electricity by public entities is on the order of 825, 874, 269 kWh/year , which is roughly equivalent to 6.7 % of national demand 12,478,309 MWh / year and this more than 70 % owned by the entities managing the water resources. To date, the National Energy Commission of the Dominican Republic has boosted the performance of at least 14 energy audits, which highlight a potential savings of 40,886,327 kWh / year within the lines of lighting, air conditioning systems, technology information and electric equipment. Measures that although they have the characteristics of being cost - efficient, faces the serious challenge of implementing measures that require investment.

Implementation time of NAMA is 3 years, with approximate expected emission reductions of at least 58,085.33 ton/year (during the agreed period of accreditation and with reference to a defined baseline) and reductions in energy consumption of at least 86,943,802 kWh annually (cumulative from year to year for the period of implementation of the NAMA, relative to a defined stage of consumption )." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.

Co-benefits:

Social: Information has not been provided
Economic: Increase energy sector resiliency.

Alleviate the serious problem of energy black out and shortage of public funds.

Environmental: Information has not been provided

MRV Framework:
No MRV plan has been defined