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VNEEC – Nhà tư vấn chuyên nghiệp về CDM và Năng lượng VNEEC – Nhà tư vấn chuyên nghiệp về CDM và Năng lượng

VNEEC – Nhà tư vấn chuyên nghiệp về CDM và Năng lượng VNEEC – Nhà tư vấn chuyên nghiệp về CDM và Năng lượng

VNEEC – Nhà tư vấn chuyên nghiệp về CDM và Năng lượng VNEEC – Nhà tư vấn chuyên nghiệp về CDM và Năng lượng

VNEEC – Nhà tư vấn chuyên nghiệp về CDM và Năng lượng VNEEC – Nhà tư vấn chuyên nghiệp về CDM và Năng lượng

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VNEEC together with the Consortium successfully completed Cement NAMA Project

The Nordic Partnership Initiative Pilot Program for Supporting Up-scaled Climate Change Mitigation Action in Vietnam’s Cement Sector, also called the Cement NAMA (Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action) project was completed in June 2016.

 

The project was implemented in 2014-2016 by the Department of Science, Technology and Environment under the Ministry of Construction of Vietnam, supported by a consortium of five companies – NIRAS, South Pole, Perspectives, VNEEC and NIRAS-Vietnam (RCEE-NIRAS).

The cement NAMA project has established a database for Vietnam’s cement sector and defined main components of the NAMA conceptual framework which includes baseline and mitigation options, Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) set-up, legal and institutional framework and financing arrangements.

With the framework of the cement NAMA, 12 key nationally appropriate mitigation actions have been identified under a “Best Available Technology and Practice” scenario and are proposed to be implemented starting from 2016. If all these mitigation actions are implemented, they are estimated to reduce emissions by 138 - 166 Mt CO2e by 2030. The required investments for implementing these mitigation actions by 2030 are estimated at USD 1.8 billion plus USD 15 million for enabling activities. These investments are expected to bring cost savings of around USD 8-10 billion by 2030.