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PROGRA
 
MMA IC CD
Minist 
 
PR
y
 
of 
 
NeGover
 
JECT
 
and
 
Renment 
 
o
May,
 
2009
 
IN R
ewable
 
India
 
FRANEW
 
Energy
 
EWOBLERK FNERRY
 
Framework for Programmatic CDM projects in Renewable Energy
 
1
 
CONTENTS
 
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONSEXECUTIVE SUMMARY CHAPTER 
1
- BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTIONIdentifying the priority sector ...................................................................... 11De-carborization of national economy ........................................... 12Climate change mitigation and sustainable development: CDM .. 13Pitfalls so far ................................................................................... 13CDM: way forward .......................................................................... 13The study ...................................................................................................... 14Objectives of the study ................................................................................. 14Scope of the study ........................................................................................ 14Conclusion .................................................................................................... 15CHAPTER 
2
- CDM PROGRAM OF ACTIVITIESProgramme of activities ............................................................................... 16Characteristics ofPoA approach ..................................................... 17 Advantages of the PoA approach .................................................... 19Issues in PoA approach ................................................................................ 21Status of proposed PoA ................................................................................ 23Conclusion .................................................................................................... 25CHAPTER 
3
- IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK CDM PoA cycle: ............................................................................................ 26Process facilitators ....................................................................................... 28Project developers/ consultants ..................................................... 28Designated Operating Entities ....................................................... 28Designated National Authority ....................................................... 28UNFCCC secretariat and CDM executive board............................. 28Stakeholders and their role: ......................................................................... 29Project promoters/ corporates ....................................................... 29Technology supplier ........................................................................ 29Financial Institutions And Industry Associations.......................... 29Central Government Bodies ........................................................... 30State level govt. bodies .................................................................... 30Non governmental bodies ............................................................... 30 Academic institutions ..................................................................... 30CER buyers ...................................................................................... 30Model framework for the PoA ...................................................................... 31
 
Framework for Programmatic CDM projects in Renewable Energy
 
Basic principles ............................................................................... 31Classification of the models ............................................................ 31GG models ...................................................................... 31PG models....................................................................... 32PP models ....................................................................... 33Suggested models ............................................................................ 34Government’s pilot model .............................................. 34Technology prototype model ......................................... 36Business hybrid model ................................................... 37Social venture model ...................................................... 38Co-operative model: ....................................................... 39Project developer/esco model ....................................... 41Consortium model: ........................................................ 42Conclusion ...................................................................................... 43CHAPTER 
4
-FAMILY TYPE BIOGAS PLANTS PROGRAMScope- eligible activities ............................................................................... 47Baseline scenarios ........................................................................................ 48Emission reduction potential ...................................................................... 49 Additionality analysis ................................................................................... 49 Applicable baseline and monitoring methodologie ..................................... 51Framework for CDM PoA ............................................................................. 54Conclusion .................................................................................................... 55CHAPTER 
5
- MEDIUM AND LARGE SCALE BIOGAS PLANTS PROGRAMScope- eligible activities ............................................................................... 56Baseline scenario: ......................................................................................... 57CER potential ............................................................................................... 58 Additionality analysis ................................................................................... 58 Applicable baseline and monitoring methodologies ................................... 59 Approach for cdm programme of activities ................................................. 60Conclusion. ................................................................................................... 61CHAPTER 
6
- SOLAR COOKING PROGRAMScope- eligible activities ............................................................................... 62Baseline scenario for solar cooking ............................................................. 63Emission reduction potential ....................................................................... 64 Additionality analysis ................................................................................... 64 Applicable baseline and monitoring methodologies ................................... 67 Approach for CDM programme of activities ............................................... 68Conclusion .................................................................................................... 69CHAPTER 
7
- SOLAR WATER HEATINGScope- eligible activities ............................................................................... 70

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