Niklas Höhne, n.hoehne@newclimate.org
Yaping Cheng, yaping.cheng@yale.edu
7 December 2015, Paris COP 21
Key findings
Energy efficiency and renewable energy activities in developing countries in
the last 10 years will significa...
Energy efficiency and renewable energy
activities in developing countries significantly
reduce CO2 emissions
Energy efficiency and renewable energy
activities in developing countries significantly
reduce CO2 emissions
Energy efficiency and renewable energy
activities in developing countries significantly
reduce CO2 emissions
Energy efficiency and renewable energy
activities in developing countries significantly
reduce CO2 emissions
Energy efficiency and renewable energy
activities in developing countries significantly
reduce CO2 emissions
Energy efficiency and renewable energy
activities in developing countries significantly
reduce CO2 emissions
Content
Key messages
Country action
Selected bilateral projects
Selected multilateral cooperation
Policy activity on energy efficiency and
renewable energy is increasing
Country Case Studies
11
Content
Key messages
Country action
Selected bilateral projects
Selected multilateral cooperation
Bottom-up Data Collection
13
Bottom-up Research
14
Bottom-up Research
The 42 projects will save a total of 11.4 TWh
Reduce CO2 emissions by 6 MtCO2 per year
$2.5 billion fin...
What is the global potential?
16
What is the global potential?
17
Content
Key messages
Country action
Selected bilateral projects
Selected multilateral cooperation
Multilateral efforts account for
reductions in different ways
Recommendations to improve
data
Greater information sharing in measurement and reporting
Common reporting guidelines and f...
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Narrowing the emissions gap

Contributions from renewable energy and energy efficiency activities from Niklas Höhne of NewClimate Institute
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Narrowing the emissions gap

  • 1. Niklas Höhne, n.hoehne@newclimate.org Yaping Cheng, yaping.cheng@yale.edu 7 December 2015, Paris COP 21
  • 2. Key findings Energy efficiency and renewable energy activities in developing countries in the last 10 years will significantly reduce co2 emissions from energy use by 2020. Attributing emission reductions to specific actors is challenging, as many actors often contribute to the same projects. There is insufficient data and no common methodology to quantify the reductions. Estimates in this report are an initial estimate of what could be achieved. The 1 gigaton coalition is working to address these challenges to quantify the full reductions generated by energy projects.
  • 3. Energy efficiency and renewable energy activities in developing countries significantly reduce CO2 emissions
  • 4. Energy efficiency and renewable energy activities in developing countries significantly reduce CO2 emissions
  • 5. Energy efficiency and renewable energy activities in developing countries significantly reduce CO2 emissions
  • 6. Energy efficiency and renewable energy activities in developing countries significantly reduce CO2 emissions
  • 7. Energy efficiency and renewable energy activities in developing countries significantly reduce CO2 emissions
  • 8. Energy efficiency and renewable energy activities in developing countries significantly reduce CO2 emissions
  • 9. Content Key messages Country action Selected bilateral projects Selected multilateral cooperation
  • 10. Policy activity on energy efficiency and renewable energy is increasing
  • 11. Country Case Studies 11
  • 12. Content Key messages Country action Selected bilateral projects Selected multilateral cooperation
  • 13. Bottom-up Data Collection 13
  • 14. Bottom-up Research 14
  • 15. Bottom-up Research The 42 projects will save a total of 11.4 TWh Reduce CO2 emissions by 6 MtCO2 per year $2.5 billion financial support from seven 1 Gigaton Coalition partners – Norway, Japan, the UK, Germany, France, Denmark and the European Commission 15
  • 16. What is the global potential? 16
  • 17. What is the global potential? 17
  • 18. Content Key messages Country action Selected bilateral projects Selected multilateral cooperation
  • 19. Multilateral efforts account for reductions in different ways
  • 20. Recommendations to improve data Greater information sharing in measurement and reporting Common reporting guidelines and frameworks Country- and region-specific emission factors and data Strengthen data collection on heating, cooling, and transport Collect data on the co-benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects Understand South-South cooperation
  • 21. http://www.1gigatoncoalition.org Niklas Höhne, n.hoehne@newclimate.org Yaping Cheng, yaping.cheng@yale.edu 7 December 2015, Paris COP 21

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