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C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 1 A PRIL 2014 S ELLER P ARTICIPANT T RAINING O BJECTIVES AND D ESCRIPTION OF THE CDM O PERATIONS P LAN.

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1 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 1 A PRIL 2014 S ELLER P ARTICIPANT T RAINING O BJECTIVES AND D ESCRIPTION OF THE CDM O PERATIONS P LAN

2 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 2  Provide guidelines for implementation and monitoring of a CDM project  Present main equipment  Focus on the CDM instruments and how each monitors CDM data  Explain CDM parameters and formula  Highlight procedures and documents for QA/QC  Define responsibilities, organization and management of the PoA  Describe verification and inclusion process Objectives of the CDM operations plan

3 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 3 What is a landfill gas project?

4 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 4 Objective: help the CME materialize the project design  Main equipment: gas collection  Main equipment: flare and engines Description of the equipment

5 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 5 Objective: focus on CDM instruments and why they are used CDM equipment, data monitored and utilization in ER formula  Explain the logic behind each parameter Description of the equipment InstrumentCDM parameterUsed for Flow meterFlowNormalized flow Pressure sensorLFG pressureNormalized flow Temperature sensorLFG temperatureNormalized flow Gas analyzer% CH 4 in LFGTonnes of CH 4 captured ThermocoupleFlare temperatureFlare efficiency Exhaust gas analyzer% CH 4 and %O 2 in the flareFlare efficiency Electricity meterElectricity consumedProject emissions Electricity meterElectricity generatedBaseline emissions

6 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 6 Monitored parameters must be: Recorded automatically when continuous monitoring is required Exhaustive Consistent Analyzed Unalterable Auditable Backed up Archived CDM aspect of data and calculations Calculations must be: Reproducible Strictly compliant with the PoA-DD / CPA-DD Computed on a regular basis (monthly or weekly) You must be able to know almost in real time how much CERs are generated You must be able to spot an inconsistency and take a corrective action as quick as possible Objective: highlight the CDM nature of parameters and calculations

7 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 7 Objectives: - Ensure the monitoring implemented will support the CER claim - Avoid CDM mistakes or, if any, spot them immediately - Be prepared for a CDM audit What do you need?  Monitoring process: - Organization: should be well defined - Procedures: should be clear to everyone - Clear definition of monitoring responsibilities  Means of quality control: - Tools: checklist, records etc. - Communication between stakeholders - Site visits / spot checks And project awareness! Quality Control / Quality Assurance

8 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 8 Example of tools for quality control of waste projects :  Training of stakeholders: people must be aware of basic CDM rules. For example: consequences of a calibration delay or impact of a missing parameter  Calibration planning: avoid calibration delay, in particular if an external third-party is needed for calibration (e.g. flowmeter)  Monitoring records database : synthesis of site operation information relevant for CDM (instruments ID, calibration information, electricity consumed, CER generated)  QA/QC checklist: control of key CDM information by the CME - has the CPA provided the information to the CME? - is this information correct / complete? - is there any CDM issue?  Emergency procedures - Failure of a CDM device: availability of spare parts - Loss of data: back up, reason and fixing Quality Control / Quality Assurance

9 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 9 Objectives: - Define the organizational structure - Ensure roles and responsibilities are clearly defined at both CME and CPA levels - Explain the PoA record keeping system (management of PoA information flow and documentation)  Proposed organizational chart  Detailed description of roles and responsibilities, including task and profile of each CDM team member - CPA level: Biogas technician, LFG plant manager, monitoring manager or coordinator - CME level: CDM PoA manager, IT officer, CDM and carbon finance director Organization and management of the PoA

10 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 10  PoA record keeping system: managing PoA documentation Implementation of a shared database with a CDM logic structure. Example of Land Bank of the Philippines: Organization and management of the PoA

11 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 11 Objectives: - Describe shortly the audit process - Highlight the main sections of Monitoring Report - Focus on the documents provided at verification  Verification: - Audit preparation is key - Responsibilities of all stakeholders - Coordination between CME and CPA Operators - Management of communication with DOE - Documents required for verification: link between MR content and CPA database - Timeframe from production to CER issuance: - Minimum 3 months incompressible at the UNFCCC - Verification delay: it all depends on you! Verification process

12 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 12 Objectives: - Describe shortly the audit process - Highlight the main sections of CPA-DD - Advise on selection of a new CPA (landfill)  Inclusion: - Selection of new CPA for inclusion: criteria for the selection of a « good » CPA from a CDM perspective - Project due diligence - Due diligence of CPA Implementer - Compliance with PoA-DD: eligibility, additionality, project scope, monitoring constraints - Understand the challenge of not being too specific in writing the CPA-DD What is written in the CPA-DD must be implemented Inclusion process

13 C ARBON P ARTNERSHIP F ACILITY 13 Training on CDM Operations Plans and Sub-ERPA Contracting Washington D.C., USA, 1 st April 2014


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