JBIC’s New Operation for Environmental Projects “GREEN” Takahiro Hosojima Chief-representative in Rio de Janeiro Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
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JBIC’s New Operation for Environmental Projects “GREEN” Takahiro Hosojima Chief-representative in Rio de Janeiro Japan Bank for International Cooperation
1 Copenhagen Accord Source ： UNFCCC Reduce global temperature by 2 degrees. Emission targets of Annex I Parties for 2020 are to be submitted by 31 January 2010. Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) by Non-Annex I Parties are to be communicated every two years. NAMAs seeking international support are to be recorded in a registry. Crucial role of REDD-plus. Additional funding to developing countries: USD 30 billion (2010-2012)USD 30 billion (2010-2012) Mobilizing USD 100 billion a year by 2020 (public & private, bilateral & multilateral)Mobilizing USD 100 billion a year by 2020 (public & private, bilateral & multilateral) Copenhagen Green Climate FundCopenhagen Green Climate Fund Technology Mechanism to accelerate technology development and transfer. Implementation assessment of this Accord to be completed by 2015.
2 Japan’s commitment for Climate Change 25% Reduction in 2020 Hatoyama Initiative By 2012 USD 15 billion (Public USD 11billion) (Private USD 4billion) Beyond 2012 Domestic Cap and Trade Countries with climate change impacts Countries taking measures for mitigation Finance through carbon trading Technology transfer Offset credits Funding Developing Countries
3 GREEN GREEN (Global action for Reconciling Economic growth and Environmental preservation) Supporting Projects aiming at Preserving the Global Environment, such as Preventing Global Warming Eligible Entity: Sovereign, Sub-sovereign, Non-Sovereign (such as utilities operating closely with government), Foreign Financial Institution, International Financial Institution. Eligible Projects: 1. Favorable impact on preservation of the global environment, such as significantly reducing GHG emissions. 2. Accepting JBIC-MRV(*) process on the effect of environmental preservation. (i.e. Energy Efficiency Improvement, Renewable Energy, etc.) * JBIC original methodology for Measurement, Reporting and Verification. Private Flows JBIC JBIC will utilize GREEN to provide financing to developing countries under the “Hatoyama Initiative” until the end of 2012 (4.0 Billion USD ). Note: GREEN has been established as a permanent operation of JBIC. (1USD = 115JPY) Guarantee Loan / Equity Participation
4 Eligible Projects of GREEN ApproachSector Type of Investment Energy EfficiencyIndustry ・ New investment in energy efficient equipment and technology ・ Rehabilitation ・ Waste heat and gas recovery ・ Materials recycling Power generation ・ Highly efficient coal-fired power ・ Gas-fired power ・ Co-generation ・ Fuel switching Transmission and distribution ・ Smart grid ・ Grid management systems ・ Highly efficient transformers Transport ・ Mass urban transport Building utilities and appliances ・ ESCO (energy saving companies) ・ Energy saving appliances Renewable ・ Solar power ・ Wind power ・ Hydro energy ・ Geothermal energy ・ Biomass energy Others ・ Methane capture ・ REDD ・ Carbon capture and storage This list is partial and may be changed in accordance with the development of the investment climate. Eligible Projects for GREEN
JBIC “GREEN” Future carbon market Finance J-MRV Commercially viable BAT (best available technology) Deployment Possibility ・ Industries ・ Carbon Players ・ Host Government Dialogue Share GHG emission reduction projects GHG emission reductions JBIC will review the followings 1. Climate change policy of the host country 2. Technology to be used 3. Reduction amount by J-MRV J-MRV JBIC are going to establish a guideline for quantifying GHG emission reduction amounts. It should be “simple, practical and internationally acceptable.” (MRV: Measurement, reporting and verification) Reduction amount Ownership 6 GREEN and J-MRV