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  • IETA GHG MARKET REPORT 2011 - Asia and Beyond: the Roadmap to Global Carbon and Energy Markets | GVEP International
    focus of the world s engagement with climate change through pricing and market mechanisms Download IETA s 2011 GHG Market Report Asia and Beyond The Roadmap to Global Carbon and Energy Markets IETA s new report features nearly 30 articles contributed by authors from all regions of the world and range of sectors business government international organizations and financial institutions academia think tanks etc cover an comprehensive range of topical issues such as CDM reform impact of CCS Carbon Capture and Storage on CDM roadmap to Durban changes to MRV Monitoring Reporting and Verification climate finance accounting and tracking of carbon units post 2012 and the impact of new industries to carbon trading in EU ETS Phase 3 The report also includes updates on the aviation industry and analyses on the IMO s recent adoption of the first global measures aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions inform the global maritime transportation sector At the launch of IETA 2011 Greenhouse Gas Market Report Henry Derwent IETA President and CEO commented IETA s collection of reports and papers this year shows that the intensive study conducted by many Asian Governments over many years of the impact of the EUETS and other existing

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  • Progressing Towards Post-2012 Carbon Markets | GVEP International
    to communicate the diverse insights and visions of leading actors in the emerging global carbon market to better inform the decisions of professionals and policy makers Progressing towards post 2012 carbon markets focuses on the role of carbon markets in contributing to low carbon development and new mechanisms for green growth The publication explores how carbon markets at national regional and global levels can be developed and up scaled to sustain the involvement of the private sector in leveraging finance and innovative solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions Ten authors with a background as negotiators representing developing countries business and researchers cover three inter related issues 1 policy perspectives globally from EU China US and Canada and the role of UN 2 existing instruments including CDM and voluntary markets and 3 new instruments such as sector approaches and new market mechanisms Previous issues of Perspectives have addressed Equal Exchange Determining a Fair Price for Carbon 2007 A Reformed CDM including new Mechanisms for Sustainable Development 2008 NAMAs and the Carbon Market 2009 and Pathways for Implementing REDD 2010 and can be downloaded from www acp cd4cdm org Hard copies of this and other UNEP Risoe Centre s publications will be

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  • GERES 2010 annual report (available in English and French) | GVEP International
    for GERES in 2010 However we can not rest on our laurels The recent climate crisis and the major nuclear one have heavy consequences in the short and medium term for our societies In the next few years the GERES ambition is to contribute still more to sustainable development in both the North and the South We have to build on our successes and expertise and roll solutions developped out

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  • Energy Access Scenarios to 2030 for the Power Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa | GVEP International
    Saharan Africa In order to reach a goal of universal access to modern energy services in Africa by 2030 consideration of various electricity sector pathways is required to inform policy makers and investors and help guide power system design To that end and building on existing tools and analysis we present several high level transparent and economy wide scenarios for the sub Saharan African power sector to 2030 We construct these simple scenarios against the backdrop of historical trends and various interpretations of universal access They are designed to provide the international community with an indication of the overall scale of the effort required We find that most existing projections using typical long term forecasting methods for power planning show roughly a threefold increase in installed generation capacity occurring by 2030 but more than a tenfold increase would likely be required to provide for full access even at relatively modest levels of electricity consumption This equates to approximately a 13 average annual growth rate compared to a historical one in the last two decades of 1 7 Authors Morgan Bazilian Patrick Nussbaumer Hans Holger Rogner Abeeku Brew Hammond Vivien Foster Shonali Pachauri Eric Williams Mark Howells Philippe Niyongabo Lawrence Musaba

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  • Harnessing Variable Renewables: a Guide to the Balancing Challenge | GVEP International
    more variable and less certain as with certain renewable sources of electricity like wind and solar PV that fluctuate with the weather To what extent can the resources that help power systems cope with the challenge of variability in demand also be applied to variability of supply How large are these resources And what share of electricity supply from variable renewables can they make possible There is no one size fits all answer The ways electricity is produced transported and consumed around the world exhibit great diversity Grids can cross borders or may be limited within a single country or region And whether found in dispatchable power plants storage facilities interconnections for trade or on the demand side the flexible resources that can ensure the provision of reliable power in the face of uncertainty differ enormously Written for decision makers Harnessing Variable Renewables a Guide to the Balancing Challenge sheds light on managing power systems with large shares of variable renewables It presents a new step by step approach to assessing the flexibility of power systems which identifies the already present resources that could help meet the twin challenges of variability and uncertainty Order from IEA website www iea org

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  • Boiling Point 58 | GVEP International
    Energy finance Global energy issues Rural electrification Biomass Boiling Point 58 focuses on the marketing aspects of household energy technologies practices The issue includes experiences from the field on both social marketing eg marketing aimed at a social good such as health indoor air pollution as well as marketing in more commercial settings Download the issue 58 of Boiling Point from the HEDON website Share this page GVEP Publications We

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  • Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation (SRREN) | GVEP International
    To what extent can renewable energy sources contribute to mitigating climate change In response to this question the Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change published the Special Report on Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation SRREN An international team of more than one hundred experts has assessed the scientific literature on six renewable energy sources bioenergy direct solar energy geothermal energy hydropower ocean energy and wind energy The report analyses how renewable energy sources can be integrated into existing and future energy systems discusses the associated technological challenges evaluates potential environmental and social implications and addresses the costs associated with increasing the share of renewables in the energy mix At the interface between science and policy the report provides policymakers with an in depth analysis of the current state of research and practical experience with renewable energy sources The Working Group III WG III of the IPCC focuses its work on the mitigation of anthropogenic climate change Renewable energy sources can contribute substantially to securing energy access and reducing the emissions of greenhouse gases from the combustion of fossil fuels The SRREN assesses the potential contribution of renewable energy sources to climate change mitigation Download

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  • South-East European Conference & Exhibition “SAVE the Planet” -Waste Management, Recycling, Environment | GVEP International
    the Regional market where foreign companies can find plenty of opportunities It will be a successful business and networking platform for the companies municipalities and organizations involved in waste recycling sectors THE EXHIBITION 2011 The exhibitors displayed their innovative solutions and services There was a group participation from Austria which was a Strategic Partner of the event The exhibition was visited by state administration and municipality representatives investors managers and experts in different sectors construction energy ecology chemical industry finance associations etc Exhibitor Branches Waste Management Technologies and Equipment for Waste Collection Waste Treatment Mechanical Thermal Biological Landfill Composting Transport Vehicles and Technology Sewage Treatment Environmental Monitoring Environment Protection Equipment Waste to Energy Recycling Recycling Systems and Technologies for Glass Metal Electrical and Electronic Waste Paper Plastics Rubber Textile Batteries Construction Waste Consultancy Visitor Profile State Administration and Municipality Representatives Investors Finance Experts Landfill Operators Managers Specialists in the sectors of Waste Management Recycling Ecology Construction etc THE CONFERENCE 2011 33 speakers from 20 countries took part in the conference The program included themes that are primarily oriented towards investors and municipalities Policy Framework for Waste Prevention and Recycling Waste Management Advanced Waste Treatment Technologies Landfill Trends in Recycling Technologies

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