COP23: Side Event (9 Nov, 13:00 - 14:30)

Announcement of UNFCCC COP23 Japan Pavilion Side Event in Bonn, Germany

The Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) contributions towards achievement of the National Determined Contributions (NDCs)

Japan and 17 partner countries are cooperatively developing and implementing the JCM, which is an international market based mechanism in active operation. From the perspective of NDC implementation, what kind of JCM projects should be promoted?

One of the project participants of the JCM project “Introduction of Amorphous High Efficiency Transformers in Southern and Central Power Grids” will make a presentation which covers reason for joining the JCM, benefits gained through the implementation of JCM project and perspectives for horizontal expansion towards future.

In the following panel discussion, government officials from JCM partner countries, namely, Costa Rica, Mongolia, Viet Nam, and Japan will discuss current status, progress and expectations in implementation of the JCM from perspectives of efficient and effective achievement of NDCs.

 

Date

Thursday, 9 November 2017 13:00 - 14:30

 

Venue

Japan Pavilion, Bonn Zone

 

Organizers

The Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ), the Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)

 

Agenda / Side Event Flyer

Side Event Flyer [415.52 KB]

 

Panelists

Facilitator:

Prof. Dr. Kazuhiko Takemoto, President, OECC

Presentation:

"JCM Project in Danang City, Vietnam - Implementation, Achievements and Expectations" [1.43 MB]

Mr. Le Van Phu, Deputy head of Technical division, Danang Power Company, Ltd

Panel discussion:

Discussion Questions [34.29 KB]