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1 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC José Luis TEJERA Business Development & Climate Change Unit Director AENOR The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC

2 AENOR AENOR is a private, independent, non-profit making Spanish Body, recognised at national, European and International levels. Through the development of Standardisation and Certification (S+C) activities, it contributes to the improvement of quality in enterprises, their products and services, as well as to the protection of the environment and thus to the well- being of the society. AENOR Task

3 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR AENOR members are the majority of business organizations that operates in Spain, and in their government organization participate the Spanish Public Administration.

4 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Mission Commitments of AENOR Elaborate Spanish technical Standards with The participation of all parties involved and colaborate in order to promote the Spanish contribution to make European and International Standards.

5 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR International Presence Standardisation International Standardisation organisation (ISO) International Electro- technique Commission (IEC) Standardisation European Committe (CEN) European Committee for Electro- technique Standardisation (CENELEC) Eco-label World Net (GEN) Pan-American Commission for Technique standardisation (COPANT) Certification Certification World Net (IQNet) European Institute for Telecommunications Standardisation (ETSI)

6 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Standarization AENOR actively participates in the committess and Subcommittes of the International Organizations which AENOR belong to, specially those concerning to climate change: - Committee ISO – TC 207 / WG#5 that elaborate ISO part 1, 2, and 3, about cuantification, follow-up and submision of GHG reports in a company, for a specific project, as well as guidance for validation and verification. - Committee ISO-TC WG #6 that is elaborating ISO Standard about criterias that shall carry out a company to verify GHG. IETA (International Emission Trading Association) - Presidency of the ISO Business Plan Task Force Committee Flexibility Mechanism of Kyoto Protocol CDM – Clean Development Mechanism. (Art. 12) JI – Joint Implementation. (Art. 6) Emission Trade allowances. (Art. 17) AENOR performance in Climate Change Area

7 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR AENOR Accreditation for Certification Accredited by ENAC for quality management systems certification, environmental management systems certification, environmental verification (EMAS), CO 2 verifications, QS 9000 automotive certification and management system in aeronautical sector to PrEN 9100 standard in accordance with the international scheme “Other Party”. Accredited by EMA (Mexican Accreditation Body-Mexico) for quality management systems and environmental management systems certifications. Accredited by INN (National Standardisation Institute-Chile) for quality management systems. Accredited by SINCERT (National Accreditation Body-Italy) for Quality management systems.

8 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR AENOR Accreditation in the CDM/JI AENOR was awarded with the Indicative Letter by the AP stating our capacity to validate and verify in all sectoral scopes after passing with success the necessary witnessing activities. AENOR has been accredited by the EB in 13th May 2005 for validation in sectoral scopes 1, 2 and 3, and in 11th May 2006 for verification and certification in those sectoral scopes. AENOR has just applied for accreditation in Joint Implementation, and we will follow the necessary steps to fulfil the accreditation process.

9 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Climate Change Unit achievements AENOR February 2005 Indicative Letter All sectoral scopes May 2005 Acreditation to validate Sectoral scopes 1, 2 and 3 May 2006 Acreditation to verify Sectoral scopes 1, 2 and 3

10 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Flexibility Mechanism of Kyoto Protocol -AENOR is a member of IETA (International Emission Trading Association) -CDM – Clean Development Mechanism. (Art. 12)- Accredited -JI – Joint Implementation. (Art. 6)- Under accreditation -Trade of Emission Allowances. (Art. 17)- Accredited by ENAC to verify emissions of GHG in all instalations of the National Allocation Plan of Emission Allowances. AENOR performance in Climate Change Area

11 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR International Centres AENOREL SALVADOR, S.L Branch Office in El Salvador AENOREL SALVADOR, S.L Branch Office in El Salvador AENORMEXICO, S.A.D.C.V Branch Office in México (D.F.) AENORMEXICO, S.A.D.C.V Branch Office in México (D.F.) AENORCHILE, S.A Branch Office in Chile AENORCHILE, S.A Branch Office in Chile AENORITALIA, S.r.l Branch office in Italy AENORITALIA, S.r.l Branch office in Italy Commercial Representation in CHINA and BULGARIA LUSAENOR Branch office in Portugual AENORBRAZIL, S.A Branch office in Brazil AENORBRAZIL, S.A Branch office in Brazil

12 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR Relevance Figures Certificates ISO Certificates OHSAS Certificates ISO Certificates EMAS QualityEnvironment InternationalHuman Resources 45 International agreements for Systems certification 43 Countries where AENOR has granted certificates 500 Auditors Product More than Certificates Standardisation Standards (UNE and Ratified)

13 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Countries where AENOR has issued certificates ALEMANIA ANDORRA ARGENTINA BELGICA BOLIVIA BULGARIA BRASIL CANADA CHILE CHINA COLOMBIA COREA DEL SUR COSTA RICA CUBA MÉXICO NICARAGUA PANAMÁ PERÚ POLONIA PORTUGAL PUERTO RICO REINO UNIDO REPÚBLICA CHECA REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA SUIZA TÚNEZ TURQUIA URUGUAY VENEZUELA EGIPTO EL SALVADOR ESLOVAQUIA ESLOVENIA ESPAÑA ESTADOS UNIDOS FRANCIA GUATEMALA HOLANDA HONDURAS ISRAEL ITALIA JAPÓN MARRUECOS

14 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR Key Points The ten Countries with highest number of certificates ISO AENOR Market share of AENOR: 80% (Almost the total Spanish Companies that can promote CDM in countries of no Annex 1)

15 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR Key Points The ten Countries with highest number of certificates ISO 9001 AENOR Market Share of AENOR: 30%

16 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC AENOR Key Points AENOR Market Share of AENOR: 90%

17 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO Greenhouse gases (1 Standard in 3 Parts) Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organization level for the quantification and reporting of greenhouse gás emissions and removals Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for the quantification, monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gás emission reductions and removal enhancements Part 3: Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of greenhouse gas assertions ISO TC 207 / WG5 Deliverables

18 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Requirements of the Applicable GHG Programme of intended user Level of assurance consistent with needs of intended user Part 2 of ISO Design and Implement GHG Projects GHG Assertion Verification Part 1 of ISO Design and Develop Organizational GHG Inventories For example ISO Requirements for Validation or Verification Bodies Part 3 of ISO Verification Process Validation and Verification Process GHG Assertion Validation and/ or Verification GHG Inventory Documentation and Reports GHG Project Documentation and Reports programme specific The Road Map for ISO Series

19 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO – Greenhouse Gases (Part 1) Specification with guidance at the organization level for quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removals

20 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO Part 1: Content 1Scope 2Definitions 3Principles 4GHG inventory design and development 4.1Organizational boundaries 4.2Operational boundaries 4.3Quantification of GHG emissions and removals 5GHG Inventory components 5.1 GHG emissions and removals 5.2Organizational activities to reduce GHG emissions or increase GHG removals 5.3Base year GHG inventory 6GHG inventory quality management 6.1 GHG information management and monitoring 6.2 Document retention and record keeping 7GHG reporting 7.1 GHG report planning 7.2 GHG report content 7.3 GHG report format 7.4 GHG report dissemination 8Verification (1 st party)

21 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO – Greenhouse Gases (Part 1) Direct GHG emissions and removals; energy indirect GHG emissions; indirect GHG emissions Quantification methodology Uncertainly – parameter associated with the result of quantification which characterizes the dispersion of the values that could be reasonably attributed to the quantified amount Requirement for quality management of data compilation Reporting Verification

22 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO – Greenhouse Gases (Part 2) Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emission reductions or removal enhancements

23 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO Part 2: Contents 1Scope 2Definitions 3Principles 4Introduction to GHG projects 5Requirements for GHG projects Annex A Annex B Bibliography

24 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO Part 2: Key Issues Ensuring completeness in quantification of all relevant emissions reductions and removal enhancements; Tracking the impacts of project-based activities and induced emissions (or leakage); Identifying the environmental additionality of emissions reduction or removal enhancement projects; and Promoting transparency and considering public access to relevant project information.

25 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO Part 2: Future Application The standard should provide guidance on good practices for: project developers regardless of which emissions reduction regime they operate within; validators of emissions reduction or removal enhancement projects; administrators and regime developers; and investors and financiers seeking to evaluate project design documents.

26 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO – Greenhouse Gases (Part 3) Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of greenhouse gas assertions

27 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO Part 3: Contents 1Scope 2Definitions 3Principles 4Validation and Verification Requirements 4.1 General 4.2Selection of the validator or verifier 4.3Validation or verification objectives, scope, criteria and level of assurance 4.4 Validation or verification approach 4.5 Assessment of GHG information system and information system controls 4.6 Assessment of GHG data and information 4.7 Assessment against validation or verification criteria 4.8 Evaluation of the GHG assertion 4.9Validation and verification statement 4.10 Validation or verification records

28 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO – Greenhouse Gases Specifications for greenhouse gas validation and verification bodies for use in accreditation and other forms of recognition Publish: June 2007

29 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO 14065: Application Accreditation Body Verification Body GHG Inventory or GHG Project ISO Validators/Verifiers. Verification Bodies. Organizations. Project Proponents. ISO Part 3 ISO Part 1 or 2 Accreditors Administrators Peers evaluators

30 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC ISO Benefits: Support the environmental integrity of GHG assertions; Promote and harmonize best practice; Assist organizations to manage GHG – related risks; Promote investor confidence and facilitate trade; Flexible, regime-neutral tools for use in voluntary or regulatory GHG schemes.

31 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Other benefits of using ISO Internal: –Providing technical guidance –Ensuring consistency of a GHG management scheme External: –Enhancing credibility of a GHG management approach (e.g. in communications with stakeholders) –Enhancing compatibility with external requirements

32 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Potential Use of ISO Organizations: –Companies with significant direct and indirect climate impacts For large transnational corporations for GHG management, including internal emission trading; For responsible management of their environmental impacts and preparing for the “greening of the market”; For identification of GHG issues in the supply chain; In SMEs: quick scan of potential emissions and reductions and estimation of CDM or JI potential –Service companies (e.g. verifiers of inventories, brokers of GHG projects) –Non-business organizations, such as municipalities or international financial institutions, (e.g. World Bank)

33 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC National and International Policies : Any policies that require quantification and reporting of GHG emissions; Bottom-up approach to compiling UNFCCC national inventories (might be especially relevant for some transition countries); Implementation of emission trading schemes Development of National CDM strategies and quick- scan for CDM eligibility of projects Development of “green investment funds” Voluntary initiatives for GHG reporting or GHG management (e.g. Global Reporting Initiative) Potential Use of ISO 14064

34 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Summary Climate change programmes (voluntary, mandatory) have or are being developed in many jurisdictions – there is a need for consistency in GHG quantification, verification and accreditation approaches to reduce duplication, minimize costs and provide for comparability. ISO 14064/5 standards: - Are GHG policy neutral; - Can be applied across organization and project types, sizes and sectors; - Satisfy an important market need; - Involve a wide range of stakeholders; - Act as a common “building block” to initiatives or GHG programmes; - Are auditable (i.e., validation / verification). ISO 14064/5 is not a GHG programme or scheme, but specific GHG quantification, verification and accreditation tools for use by organizations, project proponents or GHG programmes.

35 The only Spanish DOE accredited by UNFCCC Thank you very much For your attention José Luis TEJERA Business Development & Climate Change Unit Director AENOR


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