_id Country Report_ID Report_ID_ES Name_of_policy_or_measure Single_policy_or_measure__or_group_of_measures ID_of_policy_or_measure Policies_or_measures_included_in_the_group Type_of_policy_instrument Status_of_implementation Policy_impacting_EU_ETS__ESD_or_LULUCF_emissions Sector_s__affected Objective_s__lookup_only4facets Objective_s_ Total_GHG_emissions_reductions_in_2020__kt_CO2eq_y_ Total_GHG_emissions_reductions_in_2030__kt_CO2eq_y_ Entities_responsible_for_implementing_the_policy__type_ Entities_responsible_for_implementing_the_policy Implementation_period_start Is_the_policy_or_measure_related_to_a_Union_policy_ Related_Union_Policy GHG_s__affected Projection_scenario_in_which_the_policy_or_measure_is_included Link_to_national_report Description Quantified_objective Implementation_period_finish Indicator_used_to_monitor_and_evaluate_progress_over_time General_comment Main_reference GHG_emissions_reductions_EU_ETS_in_2020__kt_CO2eq_y_ GHG_emissions_reductions_ESD_in_2020__kt_CO2eq_y_ GHG_emissions_reductions_EU_ETS_in_2025__kt_CO2eq_y_ GHG_emissions_reductions_ESD_in_2025__kt_CO2eq_y_ Total_GHG_emissions_reductions_in_2025__kt_CO2eq_y_ GHG_emissions_reductions_EU_ETS_in_2030__kt_CO2eq_y_ GHG_emissions_reductions_ESD_in_2030__kt_CO2eq_y_ GHG_emissions_reductions_EU_ETS_in_2035__kt_CO2eq_y_ GHG_emissions_reductions_ESD_in_2035__kt_CO2eq_y_ Total_GHG_emissions_reductions_in_2035__kt_CO2eq_y_ URL_to_main_reference Reference_for_ex_ante_assessment Web_link_for_ex_ante_assessment Year_for_which_reduction_applies__ex_post_ Average_ex_post_emission_reduction__kt_CO2eq_y_ Explanation_of_the_basis_for_the_mitigation_estimates Factors_affected_by_the_policy_or_measure Reference_for_ex_post_assessment Web_link_for_ex_post_assessment Projected_costs__EUR_per_tonne_CO2eq_reduced__sequestered_ Projected_absolute_costs_per_year__EUR_ Year_projected_cost_has_been_calculated_for Price_reference_year__projected_costs_ Projected_benefits__EUR_per_tonne_CO2eq_reduced__sequestered_ Projected_absolute_benefit_per_year__EUR_ Projected_net_costs__EUR_per_tonne_CO2eq_reduced__sequestered_ Projected_net_cost_per_year__EUR_ Description_of_projected_cost_estimates Reference_for_projected_costs_and_benefits Web_link_for_projected_costs_and_benefits Realised_costs___EUR_per_tonne_CO2eq_reduced__sequestered_ Realised_absolute_costs_per_year__EUR_ Year_realised_cost_has_been_calculated_for Price_reference_year__realised_costs_ Realised_benefits__EUR_per_tonne_CO2eq_reduced__sequestered_ Realised_absolute_benefit_per_year__EUR_ Realised_net_costs__EUR_per_tonne_CO2eq_reduced__sequestered_ Realised_net_cost_per_year__EUR_ Description_of_realised_cost_estimates Reference_for_realised_costs_and_benefits Web_link_for_realised_costs_and_benefits Status_of_implementation_clean Implementation_period_start_clean Projection_scenario_in_which_the_policy_or_measure_is_included_clean Is_the_policy_or_measure_related_to_a_Union_policy__clean Union_policy_lookup_only4facets_clean
Austria_2 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam2 Domestic Environmental Support Scheme Single 2 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS, ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy; Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy,Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy 300 300 Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management 1993 No No information CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml The Domestic Environmental Support Scheme provides financial support to projects which improve environmental performance beyond mandatory standards in the energy, manufacturing as well as service industry. The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management puts the focus of its funding policy on climate change. Most projects are targeted at efficient energy use (about 60%) and renewable energy (about 39%). NA 300 300 Umweltinvestitionen des Bundes 2015 https://www.bmlfuw.gv.at/dam/jcr:2c80245f-3fc2-4efc-997c-2d372655db5e/Bericht_Umweltinvestitionen%20des%20Bundes%202015.pdf Implemented 1993 With existing measures No No information
Austria_3 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam3 Austrian Climate and Energy Fund (KLI.EN) Single 3 Single PaM Economic, Research Implemented EU ETS, ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy; Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy,Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management 2007 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml In 2007, the Federal Government established a specific fund (Climate and Energy Fund – KLI.EN) in order to support the reduction of GHGs in Austria in the short, medium and long term (Federal Law Gazette I No. 40/2007). It focuses on research in and development of renewable energy systems, development and testing of new transport and mobility systems and market penetration of sustainable energy technologies - ranging from basic and applied research to subsidies for the implementation of climate friendly technology (KLIEN 2017). Support is provided to companies, research institutions or municipalities as well as to individuals, depending on the respective programme. NA Implemented 2007 With existing measures No No information
Austria_1 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam1 EU Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) Single 1 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy; Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy,Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management 2005 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml The objective is to limit the CO2 emission from the energy industries, manufacturing industries and from industrial processes, as well as N2O emissions from the chemical industry and CO2 emissions from aircraft operators through the EU-wide trading mechanism for emission allowances. Emission limits are given according to the annual allocated emission for the trading sector. 2030 Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Austria_4 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam4 Increase the share of renewable energy in energy supply and district heating Single 4 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 4200 Government Government: Ministry of Science, Research and Economy 2002 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml Beyond the traditional use of large-scale hydro power for electricity generation, quantitative targets have been set for the increase of the share of wind power, photovoltaics, small hydro plants and biomass/biogas in electricity generation in the Green Electricity Act and shall be achieved by fixed feed-in tariffs. 2010-2020: Hydropower +1,000 MW; Wind power +2,000 MW; Photovoltaics +1,200 MW; Biomass and biogas + 200 MW. 2020 Installed capacity of renewable power plants MW Ökostromberichte http://www.e-control.at/de/publikationen/oeko-energie-und-energie-effizienz/berichte/oekostrombericht Yearly emission reductions were calculated based on expected "green" energy provided, and an emission factor of 0.4 kt CO2-eq./GWh (see details in report). Implemented 2002 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package)
Austria_5 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam5 Increase energy efficiency in energy and manufacturing industries Single 5 Single PaM Economic, Planning, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Government, Regional Government: Ministry of Science, Research and Economy,Regional: Federal provinces 2008 Yes Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml Based on EU legislation, Austria has implemented the Energy efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU) and prepared its National Energy Efficiency Action Plan in 2014 with quantitative targets for final and primary energy consumption in 2020. In addition, financial support for cogeneration of power and heat is granted in order to improve the efficient use of primary energy for electricity production. energy efficiency target of 1050 PJ (final energy consumption) in 2020 final energy consumption PJ Statistik Österreich https://www.statistik.at/web_de/statistiken/energie_umwelt_innovation_mobilitaet/energie_und_umwelt/energie/energiebilanzen/index.html Implemented 2008 With existing measures Yes Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package)
Austria_8 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam8 Modal shift to environmentally friendly transport modes Single 8 Single PaM Economic, Information Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Government Government: Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology,Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management 2005 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml Besides considerable investments in railway infrastructure in the last decade, the programme ‘klimaaktiv mobil’ for mobility management and awareness raising is an essential tool to promote environmentally friendly transport modes like public transport, cycling and walking. The cornerstones of ‘klimaaktiv mobil’ are the funding programme for businesses, communities and associations, target group-oriented counselling programmes, awareness-raising initiatives, partnerships, and training and certification initiatives. With respect to freight transport, investment support for corporate feeder lines aims at shifting transport activities from road to rail. NA 100 100 output of NEMO model (Network Emission Model), see details in accompanying report http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/at/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/projections/envwo5hfg/AT_GHG-Projections_and_PAMs_2017_final.pdf Implemented 2005 With existing measures No No information
Austria_6 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam6 Increase the share of clean energy sources in road transport Single 6 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government Government: Ministry of Finance,Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management,Government: Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology 2004 Yes Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml The EU Directive on the promotion of renewable energy sources requires Member States to replace at least 10% of the fuels used in transport by renewables (biofuels and electricity from renewable energy sources) by 2020. The Austrian Fuel Ordinance stipulates minimum targets for the share of biofuels (fatty-acid methyl ester and ethanol) in diesel and gasoline sold in Austria. The national Implementation Plan for electric mobility, a joint initiative of three federal ministries, aims at a (moderate) electrification of road transport; funding instruments are used to increase the share of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles from less than 0.1% in 2013 to about 1 % of the fleet in 2020. share of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles from less than 0.1% in 2013 to about 1 % of the fleet in 2020; to replace at least 10% of the fuels used in transport by renewables (biofuels and electricity from renewable energy sources) by 2020. 6800 6800 output of NEMO model (Network Emission Model), see details in accompanying report http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/at/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/projections/envwo5hfg/AT_GHG-Projections_and_PAMs_2017_final.pdf Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC
Austria_10 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam10 Increased share of renewable energy for space heating Single 10 Single PaM Economic, Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 593 1319 Government, Regional Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management,Government: Ministry of Science, Research and Economy,Regional: Federal provinces 2000 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml Awareness raising measures on federal (klimaaktiv programme) and on Länder level on the advantages of modern heating systems are expected to increase the boiler exchange rate. Financial support for biomass and solar heating systems is provided for households via funding of the Länder and of the Austrian Climate and Energy Fund, support for commercial and industrial applications by the Domestic Environment Support Scheme. The District Heating and Cooling Act aims at the construction of district cooling systems in order to reduce electricity demand, as well as at the expansion of district heating networks; subsidies are provided for that purpose. NA 593 945 945 1319 1222 1222 output of INVERT/EE-Lab model, see details in accompanying report http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/at/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/projections/envwo5hfg/AT_GHG-Projections_and_PAMs_2017_final.pdf Implemented 2000 With existing measures No No information
Austria_7 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam7 Increase fuel efficiency in road transport Single 7 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal, Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour; Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Improved behaviour,Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Government, Regional Government: Ministry of Finance,Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management,Government: Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology,Regional: Federal provinces 2004 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy);Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC Transport: Infrastructure charging for heavy goods (revised Eurovignette) 2006/38/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml Several instruments, including taxes and tolls along with awareness raising and training, have been implemented to improve the fuel efficiency of the fleet. The mineral oil tax and the fuel consumption based car registration tax are expected to promote the sales of cars with lower fuel consumption. Awareness raising and training programmes for fuel-efficient driving improve the performance of drivers. Other instruments like speed limits, established in response to other environmental concerns, contribute to reduced fuel consumption. NA 1330 1330 output of NEMO model (Network Emission Model), see details in accompanying report http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/at/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/projections/envwo5hfg/AT_GHG-Projections_and_PAMs_2017_final.pdf Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy); Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Austria_9 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam9 Increased energy efficiency in buildings Single 9 Single PaM Economic, Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 438 607 Government, Regional Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management,Government: Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology,Government: Ministry of Science, Research and Economy,Regional: Federal provinces 2006 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml Tightening of mandatory construction standards ensures that new buildings show improved energy performance and will come close to a ‘zero energy’ standard in the future. Housing support funding is granted for the construction of buildings with advanced energy efficiency only, and support for the thermal renovation of buildings is provided within several programmes. Improvements of the efficiency of new boilers result from mandatory requirements at national level and eco-design standards at Union level. Furthermore, energy performance certificates have to be provided by sellers and landlords in the course of real estate transactions or renting. NA 438 566 566 607 632 632 output of INVERT/EE-Lab model, see details in accompanying report http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/at/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/projections/envwo5hfg/AT_GHG-Projections_and_PAMs_2017_final.pdf Implemented 2006 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Austria_11 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam11 Increased energy efficiency in residential electricity demand Single 11 Single PaM Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Government, Regional Government: Ministry of Science, Research and Economy,Regional: Federal provinces 2007 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml Especially the eco-design requirements (Directive 2006/32/EC) for energy using products and the mandatory labelling of household appliances according to energy consumption, supported by awareness raising measures at national level with respect to energy efficient products and by advice provided by regional energy agencies. Furthermore, the national implementation of the Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU) is considered. NA Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Austria_12 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam12 Decrease emissions from F-gases and other product use Single 12 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases; Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases,Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management,Government: Ministry of Science, Research and Economy 2002 Yes F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC;F-gas Regulation 517/2014;Motor Vehicles Directive 2006/40/EC;Industrial emissions Directive 2010/75/EU (Recast of IPPC Directive 2008/1/EC and Large Combustion Plant Directive 2001/80/EC) HFC, PFC, SF6, NF3 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml This measure includes a.o.: - prohibition and restriction of the use of (partly) fluorinated hydrocarbons and SF6 through a national law (Industriegasverordnung) - quota system for the production and import of F-gases (Implementation of EU law) - Reducing HFC emissions from air conditioning in motor vehicles (Implementation of EU law) reduction of F-gases in stationary applications - Limitation of VOC emissions from the use of organic solvents in industrial installations (Implementation of EU law) Implemented 2002 With existing measures Yes F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC; F-gas Regulation 517/2014; Motor Vehicles Directive 2006/40/EC; Industrial emissions Directive 2010/75/EU (Recast of IPPC Directive 2008/1/EC and Large Combustion Plant Directive 2001/80/EC)
Austria_13 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam13 Implementation of EU agricultural policies Single 13 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management; Agriculture: Improved livestock management; Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems; Agriculture: Activities improving grazing land or grassland management Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management,Agriculture: Improved livestock management,Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems,Agriculture: Activities improving grazing land or grassland management Government, Regional Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management,Regional: Federal provinces 2007 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml This measure summarises the implementation of the programme for rural development 2014-2020 and the implementation of the Common agricultural policy (CAP). Herein measures such as improved feeding of pigs and poultry, covering of manure storage, low-loss application of manure and biogas slurry, promotion of organic farming, reduced usage of mineral fertiliser and promotion of grazing are summarised. NA 2020 Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Austria_14 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam14 Sustainable Forest Management Single 14 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management Government, Regional Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management,Regional: Federal provinces 1975 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml The overall principles of forest management in Austria are stipulated in the Forest Act and include a wide-range of forest related measures: Guiding Principles of Forest Management, General ban on forest clearance/Deforestation, General ban on Forest Destruction, Immediate Re/Afforestation after felling, Forest Litter removal, Forest Protection (from Fires and Pests), Provisions on Harvest haulage & Forest Roads, Sustainable Use of Forests, Austrian Forest Dialogue, Forest Cooperatives, Task Force Renewable Energy, Protection of Wetlands. NA Implemented 1975 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Austria_15 Austria 2928 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam15 Reduce emissions from waste treatment Single 15 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Government, Regional Government: Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management,Regional: Federal provinces 1997 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/ec/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/colvzkuna/envwae4pa/AT_PaM_reporting_2017adjusted.xml To reduce emissions from waste treatment, deposition of untreated biodegradable waste has been banned completely (Austrian Landfill Ordinance). According to this Ordinance, no untreated biodegradable waste has been allowed on landfills since 2004, with no exemptions permitted since 2008. Methane emissions from mass landfills are reduced by the mandatory collection and use of landfill gas. The carbon content of waste is reduced by incineration or mechanical-biological treatment before deposition (pre-treatment options). Due to their size, more than half of existing mechanical-biological treatment plants fall under the scope of the EU Industrial Emissions Directive, under which emission have to be limited according to BAT provisions. In order to minimise the generation of waste, awareness raising campaigns and networks have been established to minimise especially food waste and to intensify the re-use of waste. NA 854.8 854.8 based on projections for sector 5A/5D, reduction compared to emissions in 2015 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/at/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/projections/envwo5hfg/AT_GHG-Projections_and_PAMs_2017_final.pdf Implemented 1997 With existing measures Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC
Belgium_1 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam1 EP-A01 : Green and/or combines heat and power (CHP) certificates Single 1 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Regional Regional: Wallonia : CwAPE,Regional: Flanders : VEA, VREG,Regional: Brussels : IBGE, Brugel 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC;Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Regional level : Principle of a system of green certificates : 1. A green certificate is allocated to a producer of green electricity every time its production avoids the emission of a fixed amount of CO2, if it had to be produced in a reference fossil fuel plant (natural gas : combined cycle gas turbine - CCGT). 2. Each year, a predefined (and annually increasing) percentage of electricity supplied to end users has to be covered by green electricity. Suppliers must restitute the necessary number of green certificates to demonstrate that they respect that rule. In case of failure, a penalty fee is due. This situation creates a market for green certificates for the benefit of green electricity producers. In Flanders, a similar process is established for combines heat and power (CHP), while CHP is integrated in the green certificates system in Brussels and Wallonia. Green certificates and CHP certificates : share of electricity sales to be covered by renewable energy systems (RES) and/or high efficiency CHP. Guaranteed minimum income for suppliers of green energy. Shares are regularly updated by regional regulation authorities. Federal authority : (offshore windfarms; see also EP-A05) 1. A green certificate is an immaterial good certifying that a producer produced a given amount of green electricity (ie. produced from renewable energy sources) during a given period of time 2. There is a legal obligation for the transmission network operator (TSO) to buy all green certificates granted to the holders of a domain concession and originating from offshore wind energy production. The obligation to purchase green electricity certificates produced from offshore wind energy is the subject, on the proposal of the network operator, of a contract between the holder of the domain concession and the network manager. 3. The final cost of this system is borne by the final consumer through a tariff overload. 13% of final energy consumption covered by renewable energy systems (RES) by 2020 Statistics of green certificates issued (Number of certificates that have to be handed in (quota), number of certificates issued, number of certificates handed in, percentage to quota etc) in all three Regions (laws, decrees, ordinances and governmental decisions needed to transpose EC directives) combines heat and power (CHP) certificates in Flanders In Wallonia, the green certificates system was too generous for the installation of Photovoltaic (PV) panels in households, thus destabilizing the CV market. For such equipment, it was replaced by a system of subsidies, ensuring a reasonable benefit. Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC; Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package)
Belgium_2 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam2 EP-A02 : Support for electricity production from renewable energy systems (RES) Single 2 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Economy, SMEs, Self-Employed and Energy - DG Energy (E2), FPS Finance,Regional: Flanders: VEA, VREG,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie & DG06 Economie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE, Sibelga 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC;Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Financial support for electricity generation from renewable energy source (RES) through subsidies from the regions. Federal fiscal measures (special excise tax on fossil fuel for electricity production in 2004 and additional 'Cotisation sur l'énergie/Bijdrage op energie' on coal + end of the system of excise duty exemptions for coal, coke, lignite and heavy fuel oil for electricity production) Flanders: The government of Flanders encourages companies to invest in RES, offering them a financial compensation by means of the ecology premium and strategic ecology support (investments that receive support under the green certificates or combined heat and power (CHP) certificates system are excluded). 13% of final energy consumption covered by renewable energy systems (RES) by 2020 Regional statistics concerning the amount and type of subsidies issued Federal statistics concerning tax deductions Regarding the description of the measure in the Belgian National Climate Plan (NCP) section, several points should be mentioned. The 15€/ton tax on heavy oil was actually made of a 13€/ton excise duty and a 2€/ton special excise duty. This special excise duty was increased to 3,2€/ton as of 1 August 2013. As of 1 January 2015, all special excise duties increased by 0,27 %, in the context of the “indexation” decided by the government, so that the rates corresponding to those mentioned in the description are now 13 + 3,2437 = 16,2437 €/ton for heavy oil and 8,6841 €/ton for coal Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC; Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package)
Belgium_3 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam3 EP-A03 : End of tax exemption on coal and heavy fuel Single 3 Single PaM Fiscal Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Federal Finance public service 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Exemption from excise has been suppressed & an excise duty on energy for coal and heavy fuel oil products has been established As of 1 January 2015, all excise duties on energy products and electricity have slightly increased 13% of final energy consumption covered by renewable energy systems (RES) by 2020 Publication of official decisions (laws, degrees, ordinances and governmental decisions needed to transpose the relevant EC directives) Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Belgium_4 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam4 EP-A04 : Facilitators services for renewable energy systems (RES) and combines heat and power (CHP) promotion Single 4 Single PaM Information Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Other energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Other energy supply ('promotion of combined heat and power (CHP)') Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Facilitators perform promotional actions and provide guidance and technical support to projects holders. They also identify technical and non technical barriers and formulate proposals to lift them. Facilitators exist for each renewable energy systems (RES) technology (windmills, biomethanisation, wood energy, bio-fuels, mini hydro-electricity, Photovoltaic (PV) electricity, ... as well as for combines heat and power (CHP) 13% of final energy consumption covered by renewable energy systems (RES) by 2020 Installed power for each type of technology (MW) MW el Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC
Belgium_5 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam5 EP-A05 : Action plan for renewable energy systems (RES) and combines heat and power (CHP) (partim offshore windfarm) Single 5 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 2464 2724 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Economy, SMEs, Self-Employed and Energy - DG Energy (E2),Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energy 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Action Plan for renewable energy and combines heat and power (CHP). This policy and measure gathers various plans to promote electricity from renewable energy systems (RES). The major plan is the development of a large offshore wind farm in the North Sea, aiming at a total capacity of 2 000 MW electricity from offshore wind in 2020. Based on the permits granted, the offshore wind potential is between 2.200 and 2.300 MW. Other plans concern notably on-shore windfarms, (micro) CHP, generation of green heat, use of residual heat and encouragement of heat networks. offshore windfarm of 2000 MW implemented by 2020 Installed power MW full load hours h Production of green electricity in the North Sea is stimulated with a system of green certificates. Green certificates are used to certify that a given amount of green electricity is produced by an electricity producer, and can be sold at a guaranteed fixed minimum price. In 2013, this minimum price guarantee was adjusted to a system with a flexible price for new offshore wind energy locations. On 21 March 2004, the federal government set a target of 2000 MW for electricity from offshore wind in 2020. Based on the permits granted, the offshore wind potential is between 2.200 and 2.300 MW. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 2464 2724 2724 2724 2724 2724 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climate.be/evaluation-PAMs 161 8300000000 2008-2020 2012 Costs concern only offshore Cost is calculated over the entire life time of the investment (20 years). The cost includes capital and operational expenditures. Costs are discounted with a discount rate of 10%. Cost estimation does not include taxes, electricity sales or green certificates. Evaluation of the impact of policy instruments and measures implemented in the context of the Federal climate policy - report 2014 - Vito-Econotec (new socio economic evaluation will be published in 2017) www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_6 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam6 EP-B02 : Energy planning by electricity producers Single 6 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Regional Regional: Flanders : VEA 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml In the Flemish Region, the Energy Planning Decision imposes energy-efficiency requirements on establishments with a total annual primary energy consumption of at least 0.1 PJ. The electricity sector is included in this regulation. Flemish Region: energy savings included in schemes and studies (GWh) GWh Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_7 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam7 EC-A01 : Promotion of rational use of energy by electricity distribution companies as part of their public service obligation Single 7 Single PaM Economic, Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 490.83 753.97 Regional Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Brussels : IBGE 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml In Flanders, the electricity distribution network operators manage a compulsory programme promoting rational use of energy (RUE) among customers. The programme is featuring information, demonstrations, various energy services and financial supports for actions and improvements. Operators are required to pay special attention to disadvantaged social groups. Higher grants are provided for combined insulation projects. Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Number of grants for roof insulation Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Number of grants for replacing windows Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Number of grants for wall insulation Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Number of grants for floor insulation Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Number of grants for solar boilers Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Number of grants for heat pumps Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Number of "combipremies" Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Average EPC-value houses Flanders: Existing residential buildings: Average EPC-value appartments Flanders: Existing tertiary buildings: Number of grants for roof insulation Flanders: Existing tertiary buildings: Number of grants for replacing windows Flanders: Existing tertiary buildings: Number of grants for wall insulation Flanders: Existing tertiary buildings: Number of grants for floor insulation Flanders: Existing tertiary buildings: Number of grants for solar boilers Flanders: Existing tertiary buildings: Number of grants for heat pumps Ex-ante assessment figures for the Flemish Region only. The ex-ante assessment gives the assessment for all Flemish measures concerning the emissions from residential buildings combined. 490.83 621.86 621.86 753.97 867.02 867.02 Ex-ante assessment for all Flemish measures concerning the emissions from residential buildings; Flemish Energy Efficiency Action Plan and internal calculations https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/be_neeap_2017_flemish_nl.pdf Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_8 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam8 EC-A03 : Energy performance and certificate of buildings Single 8 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 14.86 38.23 Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Wallonia: DGO4 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2004 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Energy performance and certification of buildings (legal and methodological aspects): actions taken in order to transpose the directive including development of the methodology needed to quantify regulations for new buildings and the performance of existing buildings for certification.(eg Brussels : obligation of an energy audit for tertiary buildings with more than 3500 m2, ...) Monitoring necessary actions to transpose legislation, e.g. programmes of work for the methodological development Flanders: ex-ante assessment is included in the assessment given under measure "EC-A01 : Promotion of rational use of energy by electricity distribution companies as part of their public service obligation. 14.86 28.09 28.09 38.23 38.23 38.23 Projections models, energy audits reports; Flanders: included in measure "EC-A01 : Promotion of rational use of energy by electricity distribution companies as part of their public service obligation Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_9 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam9 EC-A04 : Appointment of accredited energy experts Single 9 Single PaM Education, Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4,Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2004 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Accreditation of energy experts based on specific criteria to guarantee their expertise Experts regular activity reports Number of accredited energy expert Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_10 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam10 EC-A05 : Promotion of energy efficient electrical appliances Single 10 Single PaM Economic, Information, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector 6512 11282 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment; FPS Economy, SMEs, Self-Employed and Energy - DG Energy (E2),Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: VEA 2004 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures;Energy Star Program CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promoting energy efficient appliances through performance standards and labelling. In addition, premium are offered with the purchase of efficient appliances. In Flanders the electricity distribution network operators provide a premium to disadvantaged social groups when they buy an energy efficient refrigerator or washing machine as part of their public service obligations (EC-A01) VHK, Ecodesign Impact Accounting, Status January 2016 Estimations of greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions of the policy and measure is based on a larger set of product categories (with impact on non ETS sector) in comparison with previous assessment. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 3816 2696 5452 4111 9563 6066 5216 6255 5507 11762 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs 2015-2035 see evaluation Benefit: from 645.5M€ and 373.4 M€ in 2020 to 1347.3 M€ and 806.4M€ in 2035 for households and other consumers respectively Net cost: 0.5M (implementation costs) + from 403.3M€ in 2020 to 829.5M€ in 2035 (decrease in tax revenue ) Operational socio-economic framework for policy impact assessment - report 20147- VICEDD - Aether - TML - TNO (under finalisation) www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures; Energy Star Program
Belgium_11 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam11 EC-B01 : Financial support to rational use of energy (RUE) and renewable energy systems (RES) in the residential sector Single 11 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 138.42 138.38 Government, Regional Government: FED: FPS finances,Regional: Flanders: VEA, Wonen Vlaanderen, VLABEL,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Financial incentives for the rational use of energy (RUE) and renewable energy systems (RES) : combination of regional subsidies and federal tax deduction for investments generating energy savings. Covers most of equipment such as wall insulation, high performance double glazing, condensing boilers, heating systems regulations, efficient hot water heaters and heat pumps. In Wallonia, application for subsidies can be submitted directly or through the ""Alliance for Employment and Environment"", proposing conventions between house owners and the authority : individuals commit to realize a package of investments (minimum one action on the building envelope and one on the heating/solar hot water - SHW system) and authorities provide subsidies and offer a 0% interest loan to cover the additional expense. Still in Wallonia, energy subsidies have merged with households rehabilitation/renovation mechanisms and their level of support varies with the income of owners. In Flanders important financial incentives are given through the public service obligations concerning rational use of energy for electricity distribution network operators (EC-A01). On top of the grants from the network operators a renovation grant is awarded for certain energy-related investments. in addition, the property tax for energy efficient newbuilds is automatically lowered if the newbuild autperforms the prevailing requirements. The government offers an ‘energy loan’ of maximum €10 000 to finance RUE investments. Disadvantaged social groups and owners who rent their house to these groups receive the loan at 0% interest. Other homeowners pay an interest of 2%. The Federal tax deduction was discontinued in January 2012, except for roof insulation (albeit at a lower rate). This last tax deduction mechanism is now transferred to the Regions (since 1 January 2015). Regions have not yet taken positions about which mechanism they want to implement : subsidies, tax deductions or both. Until now, no Region has cancelled the measure yet. In Brussels, a system of energy grants exists from 2004 to present. The system is for households and commercial sector. An annual budget is established each year to finance different type of actions or equipment: Windows replacement, insulation of roofs, walls, replacement of heating boilers, regulation systems, among others. Subsidies and/or tax deduction budgets numbers of application forms treated per type of investment unit energy savings per type of equipment or type of action For Flanders, see also EC-A01 The mechanism of tax deduction has been fully transfered to the Regions since 1 January 2015 Flanders: ex-ante assessment is included in the assessment given under measure "EC-A01 : Promotion of rational use of energy by electricity distribution companies as part of their public service obligation. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 138.42 138.42 138.42 138.38 138.38 138.38 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Energy grant system (Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO) www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs 2008-2020 2012 -54 -300000000 Cost is calculated over the entire life time of the investment (technology dependent) and includes capital and operational expenditures. A real discount rate of 10% is used. Evaluation of the impact of policy instruments and measures implemented in the context of the Federal climate policy - report 2014 - Vito-Econotec www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_12 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam12 EC-B02 : Efficiency and emission regulation for boilers and stoves in the residential sector Single 12 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances 64.2 113.54 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Flanders: VEA, LNE 2005 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy);Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU 2001/81/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Specific constraints on solid fuel, gas and liquid fuel boilers and stoves: standards on CO, PM and NOx emissions and energy efficiency. Periodic maintenance of central heating boilers (every one or two years depending on the system) and a periodic audit of the central heating system by a certified technician is obliged for home owners/users. Sales of relevant appliances Flanders: ex-ante assessment is included in the assessment given under measure "EC-A01 : Promotion of rational use of energy by electricity distribution companies as part of their public service obligation. 64.2 89.31 89.31 113.54 113.54 113.54 Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy); Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_14 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam14 EC-B05 : Energy performance of buildings (residential sector) Single 14 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction 12.9 53.26 Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2004 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Imposition of energy requirements (Energy Performance Decree standard) to homes and apartments Flanders: the requirements for new buildings and full renovations are tightend step by step so as to reach nearly energy neutral new buildings in 2021. The information on the energy certificates of buildings is gradually expanded so as to better inform (potential) owners and users of buildings. In addition, the Flemish Housing Code (which every home - new and existing - in Flanders is required to satisfy) will impose minimal energy performance requirements (such as an obligation to have roof insulation and minimum double glazed windows). Wallonia : same procedure, however only recent stages have been officially decided. Brussels Capital Region: The Government's decree of 21 December 2007 on energy performance of buildings (EPB) stipulates that new buildings have to be passive and heavily renovated ones very low energy starting in 2015. Flanders: Average E-value new houses Flanders: Average E-value new appartments Flanders: Average K-value new houses Flanders: Average K-value new appartments Flanders: Maximum allowed E-peil new dwellings Flanders: ex-ante assessment is included in the assessment given under measure "EC-A01 : Promotion of rational use of energy by electricity distribution companies as part of their public service obligation. 12.9 31.54 31.54 53.26 53.26 53.26 Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Belgium_16 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam16 EC-B06 Adaptation of urbanistic regulations to facilitate the promotion of rational use of energy (RUE) and renewable energy systems (RES) in the residential sector Single 16 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Regional Regional: Flanders : Rural planning, VEA, LNE,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Aménagement du territoire 2004 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Optimizing spatial planning requirements in the context of energy efficient building and renovation. For instance, currently, external insulation of buildings in cities can be prohibited if the thickness of the insulation reduces the area of the sidewalk. Monitoring whether necessary legislative and administrative actions have been taken to modify the territorial planning code Flanders: ex-ante assessment is included in the assessment given under measure "EC-A01 : Promotion of rational use of energy by electricity distribution companies as part of their public service obligation. Flanders: included in measure "EC-A01 : Promotion of rational use of energy by electricity distribution companies as part of their public service obligation Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_17 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam17 EC-C01 : Third party financing in the public sector Single 17 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Government Government: Federal building agency, taking over the measure 2005 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Establish a third party investor fund to support rational use of energy investments in public sector buildings. investments in energy savings by Fedesco / Buildingsagency Since 1 January 2015, all FEDESCO activities are recovered by the federal Building Agency. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_18 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam18 EC-C02 : Energy and environmental performance and indoor climatic requirements in buildings of the services and community sectors Single 18 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector 17.19 259.31 Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Transposing the energy performance of buildings (EPB) directive for the tertiary sector. Imposing energy requirements (including indoor) to tertiary buildings (Energy Performance Decree standard) Brussels Capital Region: The Government's decree of 21 December 2007 regarding EPB stipulates that new buildings has to be passive and heavy renovated ones very low energy starting in 2015 Flanders: the requirements for new buildings and full renovations are tightened step by step so as to reach nearly energy neutral new buildings in 2021. The information on the energy certificates of buildings is gradually expanded so as to better inform (potential) owners and users of buildings. Flanders: Average E-value new schools Flanders: Average K-value new schools Flanders: Average E-value new office buildings Flanders: Average K-value new office buildings Flanders: Average K-value new other specific allocation Flanders: Maximum allowed E-value new office buildings and schools 17.19 102.81 102.81 259.31 259.31 259.31 Projection model Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Belgium_20 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam20 EC-C03 : Specific energy efficiency measures in the medical, social and education sectors Single 20 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector 282.424 257.872 Regional Regional: Flanders: VIPA, VMSW, AGIOn, GO!, VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie 2004 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Wallonia: Subsidies (up to 30% of total investment) to promote rational use of energy in hospitals, retirement homes, social infrastructures and schools + test cases and demonstration projects Flanders: - Imposition of specific EPB (energy performance of buildings) requirements for positive recommendation by the government for new social housing construction an for full renovation - Imposition of specific EPB requirements as a condition for project funding in the policy areas of welfare, public health and family + new measures for this sector under development - An energy correction will be incorporated in social housing rents. - Demonstration projects in social housing construction and school construction - 2020 energy renovation programme in social housing - Grants for meeting the EPB requirements in new and fully renovated school buildings - Grants for rational use of energy in existing school buildings RBC : the Region has developed Local Action Plans for Energy Management (PLAGE). PLAGE projects develop a coherent and coordinated set of measures, which aims at identify the potential for energy savings and priorities for action. PLAGE project were done in hospitals, socials housing but also in some municipalities. Programme UREBA in public and similar buildings in Wallonia. Evaluations realised by the University of Mons-Hainaut Flanders: Average E-value new schools Flanders: Average K-value new schools Flanders: Maximum allowed E-value for new schools Flanders and Wallonia Wallonia : Statistics of subsidies from the regional authorities to public bodies for rational use of energy (RUE) investments. Flanders : yearly energy performance of buildings (EPB) figures and statistics report of the Flemish Energy Agency (VEA); see URL hereafter 282.424 274.086 274.086 257.872 246.283 246.238 www.energiesparen.be/vlaamsenieuwbouw Unpublished statistics of subsidies from the regional authorities to public bodies for rational use of energy (RUE) investments Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_21 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam21 EC-C04 : Energy and environmental performance and indoor climatic requirements in industrial buildings Single 21 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors 1.08 1.02 Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie,Regional: Flanders: VEA 2004 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Transposition of the Directive on the energy performance of buildings to the industrial sector. The requirements for new buildings and full renovations are tightened step by step so as to reach nearly energy neutral new buildings in 2021. The information on the energy certificates of buildings is gradually expanded so as to better inform (potential) owners and users of buildings. Brussels-Capital Region has approved the 8th December 2016 the Government's Decree regarding energy audit of big establishments and energy audit related to the environment permit. This decree establishes the obligation of an energy audit for the biggest industrial establishments in the process area. Official publication of decisions Average energy performance of new industrial buildings 1.08 1.04 1.04 1.02 1.02 1.02 Energy audit decree of December 2016 (Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO) www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_25 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam25 IP-A03 : Energy planning in industries Single 25 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Regional Regional: Flanders : VEA 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml In the Flemish Region the Energy Planning Decision imposes energy-efficiency requirements on establishments with a total annual primary energy consumption of at least 0.1 PJ. Flemish Region: energy savings included in schemes and studies GWh Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_26 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam26 IP-A04 : Reference Centres and industrial "clusters" Single 26 Single PaM Other Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Industrial processes Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Regional Regional: Wallonia : DGO6 Economy,Regional: Brussels: IBGE, CSTC/WTCB 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Creating clustered structures to induce synergies among enterprises involved in energy technologies. A cluster may be defined as a grouping of companies, training centres and public or private research units in a given geographical area (Wallonia), committed to a partnership-based approach intended to generate synergies in relation to common projects of an innovative nature. see http://clusters.wallonie.be/federateur-en/ for more detail Monitoring whether necessary actions are taken in order to establish the relevant structures or institutions Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_27 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam27 IP-A05 : Promoting sustainable industrial estates Single 27 Single PaM Economic, Planning Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Regional Regional: Wallonia : DGO6 Economy,Regional: Flanders: AO 2008 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC;RES directive 2009/28/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Wallonia: Promoting sustainable industrial sites which encourage transport modal shifts, promote energy integration networks (connecting energy demand and energy production processes) and produce heat and electricity as by-products, which are then distributed within industries. Flanders: the development of sustainable industrial sites is promoted. Newly developed industrial sites only receive subsidies when the electricity used by the companies is 100% (bought or self produced) renewable energy or when any non-renewable energy used is compensated via emission credits. Extra subsidies are available for the development of multi modal industrial sites. Number of zones Number of industries settled in the zones Type of industries settled in the zones Implemented 2008 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC; RES directive 2009/28/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package)
Belgium_28 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam28 IP-A06 : Specific financial measures and ecology premiums for industry Single 28 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Industrial processes Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies; Industrial processes: Replacement of fluorinated gases by other substances; Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies,Industrial processes: Replacement of fluorinated gases by other substances,Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government, Regional Government: FED: FPS Finance,Regional: Flanders: AO, PMV,Regional: Wallonia : DGO6 Economy 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2, HFC With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Specific financial measures and ecology premiums: tax deduction and subsidies for energy saving investments in industry. Flanders: The government of Flanders encourages companies to invest in green high technology, offering them a financial compensation by means of the ecology premium and strategic ecology support. The government of Flanders also used to provide a green guarantee that businesses could use for energy saving investments - a system offering better conditions than the generic guarantee scheme - but the green guarantee was ended as businesses didn't use the guarantee even after an evaluation, subsequent revision and extra publicity. Wallonia : economic expansion subsidies available for rational use of energy (RUE), renewable energy systems (RES) promotion and low carbon processes Federal: For 2004, the tax deduction for energy saving investments by companies, while standard investments no longer benefit from a tax deduction. Number of subsidies distributed per type. Investments / energy prices Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_74 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam74 SE-B01 : Supporting sustainable cooling systems in dwellings Single 74 Single PaM Education Expired ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Regional Regional: Flanders : relevant administrations LNE, VEA 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Flanders :Support to (natural and) renewable cooling through demonstration projects and awareness raising campaigns, as alternative methods to conventional heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) 2008 NA (measure expired) Expired 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_32 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam32 IP-C02 : Reducing N2O-emissions from caprolactam production Single 32 Single PaM Regulatory, Research Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Improved control of fugitive emissions from industrial processes Industrial processes: Improved control of fugitive emissions from industrial processes Regional Regional: Flanders : LNE 2007 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU N2O Not included in a projection scenario http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml The N2O emissions are generated by a caprolactam production site located in the Flemish Region. The Flemish Government conducted a study in cooperation with this company to identify additional cost efficient measures on the site. On the basis of the results of this study the Flemish government choose (in collaboration with the company concerned) to impose emission limits in the environmental permit of the company as of 01/01/2020 for both N2O and NOx emissions. This was the only policy option that insured that both types of emissions would be reduced. To achieve these emission limits, the company has to implement the identified measures that will reduce both emission types by the end of 2019. The company will also conduct further studies into the technical feasibility of other measures by January 2018. This additional study will be one of the sources by which the government will decide if the emissions limits will be strengthened further as of 01/01/2022. As of 01/01/2020 the company has to respect an emission limit of 7 kg N2O/ton caprolactam. A further strengthening of this limit as of 01/01/2022 is under investigation. N2O-emissions from caprolactam production kt eq CO2 The PAM will have a significant effect in 2020, however a lot of dialogue and studies preceded the agreement that was reached with the company in 2015 (and that will take effect in 2020). Dialogue with the company started at the end of 2007. Implemented 2007 Not included in a projection scenario Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Belgium_33 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam33 TR-A01 : Mobility plans at local level Single 33 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved behaviour 0.19 0.34 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Brussels: IBGE, AED, communes,Regional: Wallonia : DG02 Mobilité 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Federal state: Survey "Journey to work" for companies with 100 people or more (legal obligation). The publication of the results encourages companies to realize an Action Plan for the transport of their employees. A study is planned to return the survey results more efficiently back to firms. Brussels-Capital In 1998, the Brussels-Capital government approved an ordinance concerning the assessment and improvement of air quality. The ordinance contains the following measures in the field of transport and mobility: each private or public body with more than 200 employees per site has to introduce transport planning;for events assembling over 3 000 participants an action plan to promote the use of public transport and of energy efficient and environmentally friendly means of transport must be instigated; regional public bodies and institutes with a car fleet of over 50 vehicles: within five years after the entry into force of the ordinance 20% of these vehicles have to use environmentally friendly technologies. Evaluation of mobility policies at all levels, incl public transport companies annual reports Flemish Region: number of local governments that entered the cooperation agreement with the Flemish Government 0.19 0.34 0.34 0.34 0.34 0.34 Results of mobility plan of companies ((Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO) www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Belgium_34 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam34 TR-A02 : Improve and promote public transport Single 34 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Brussels: IBGE, AED, STIB,Regional: Flanders : De Lijn, MOW,Regional: Wallonia : TEC 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Improve and promote public transport by: - continued development of public transport - setting quantified targets with the authorities and including them into their management conventions to increase the use of public transport. - improving infrastructures and services - creating new parking places for cars and bicycles close to train stations - reducing fares for certain categories of travelers - promoting the combined use of bicycle and public transport and therefore including the promotion of bicycles as an objective of public transport companies Federal state: investments in infrastructure, the strengthening of the transport capacity and the quality of service (enhancing timeliness, safety, accessibility and information to travelers), the further development of an attractive pricing policy, the promotion of combinations between railway and other soft transport modes through specific investments (parking spaces for cars and bicycles with safety cameras, lighting…) and awareness raising campaigns Statistics on the use of public transports people and pers.km Number of kilometers driven on the road by passenger cars km New management contracts will be adopted . The content of those contracts will be discussed by the Federal Public Service for Mobility and Transport, Infrabel, SNCB and the strategic cell of the Minister for Mobility. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO. Statistics of public transport companies : Flanders : de Lijn Wallonia : TEC Brussels : STIB/MIVB www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs http://www.mobilit.belgium.be/fr/mobilite/chiffres/recensement/ Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Belgium_35 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam35 TR-A03 : Promote the use of bicycles Single 35 Single PaM Economic, Information, Planning Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 1.55 1.26 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Finance, FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Brussels : AED, IBGE,Regional: Flanders: MOW 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Tax incentive aiming at stimulating bicycle use for home-work commuting - Promote the use of bicycles by creating or improving safe and comfortable infrastructures such as bicyclelanes, parking facilities, ... - Promotion of cycling through public transport - speedpedelec gets fiscal deductibility of 120% for buying and 22 cent/km for using itcompanies - Improve intermodality rail-bikes : - Installation of bike points and secure parking for bikes at railway stations - Improve intermodality bus/car share/... - bikes by creating parking facilities - fiscal measures (bicycle free tax allowance: € 0.23 / km from fiscal year 2016... Survey home-work trips from the federal Mobility administration (bicycle use) Ratio of bicycle over car pkm for home work journeys (diagnostic federal) total of carkm travelled in Belgium (statbel) share of carkm travelled for home work journeys occupancy rate of cars for home-work journeys Length of dedicated lanes Flemish Region: share of bicycles use in the modal split The impact of extra bicycle parkings is part of the TR-A02 policy. ; The previous objectives of parking space for two-wheelers have been exceeded (87600 places vs. 78000). End 2015, the capacity has been extended to 93. 432 parking place. The bicycle compensation reached € 0.23 / km from fiscal year 2016. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 1.55 1.41 1.41 1.26 1.26 1.26 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Belgium_36 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam36 TR-A04 : Promote multimodal freight transport Single 36 Single PaM Economic, Information, Planning, Voluntary Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved transport infrastructure; Transport: Other transport Transport: Improved transport infrastructure,Transport: Other transport ('Modal shift for goods') 117.26 164.21 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Wallonia : DGO2 Voies navigables et intermodalité,Regional: Brussels: Bruxelles Mobilité,Regional: Flanders: MOW 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Federal state: Rail : - Standardisation of containers 467-a, ITS containers 467-b - Construction of new infrastructures and improvement of existing infrastructures - Offering subsidies for domestic freight transport by train. Waterways: - financial support to the profession - financial support for the purchase of energy efficient barges. Flanders: - implementation of actions in 3E inland Navigation covenant and 3E Inland Navigation Action Plan - Increase of the share of inland waterways in freight transport through implementation of the Infrastructure Master Plan for the Flemish waterways - investments in optimal use of shorepower on inland waterways - logistics consultants to help companies make modal shift - development of support tools (such as roadmap for green logistics, simulation model to optimise the time of good flows, best practices in relation to green logistics, ...) Statistics of transport by inland waterways (recording of freight characteristics at lockgates) Statistics of railways tonnes and tonnes.km Grants released for combined transport and single wagon load since 2014. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 117.26 137.339 137.339 164.21 200.169 200.169 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Belgium_37 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam37 TR-A05 : Improve road transport efficiency Single 37 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Regional Regional: Brussels: AED,Regional: Flanders: MOW, AWV 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Improvement of transport efficiency through congestion/traffic jam management and traffic regulation, including enforcing speed limits, taking circulation measures, and deploying and inforcing optimum traffic circulation speeds. Follow-up of actions and investments in the infrastructures Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_38 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam38 TR-A06 : Parking regulations Single 38 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Improved behaviour Local, Regional Regional: Brussels: AED , IBGE, AATL,Local: municipalities 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Urban planning: promoting available public parking and discouraging surface parking and endless search for parking places. In the Brussels Region, Chapter 3 of the Brussels Code on Air Climate end Energy Control (COBRACE) regulates off-street parking. It provides that the parking standards applicable to new constructions are also applied to existing office buildings when their environmental permit is renewed. Considering that parking availability at destination is the most decisive factor in the decision to travel by car, this incentive has been implemented, expecting to reduce the ruch hour congestion by as much as 10%. Follow-up of actions ( Brussels Capital region) Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_39 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam39 TR-A07 : Taxation of road transport Single 39 Single PaM Fiscal Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction Transport: Demand management/reduction Regional Regional: Brussels: AFB, AED, IBGE,Regional: Flanders: PMO 'sustainable transport' 2016 Yes Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml working towards an effective pricing of vehicle km by road: - Differentiated kilometre taxes for goods vehicles as of 01/04/2016 - Trial project on differentiated kilometre taxes for passenger cars - Development of pricing mechanism for passenger cars (dependent on evaluation trial project) Implemented 2016 With existing measures Yes Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU
Belgium_40 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam40 TR-A08 : Free public transport for commuters Single 40 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Improved behaviour Government Government: FED : FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Free public transport for commuters. Under social regulations, 80% of the travel costs of workers (by train) paid by their employer. This policy ensures that the remaining 20% are paid by the public authorities. System of free commuting by train for employees of the Federal government. generalized costs with and without the measure Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Belgium_41 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam41 TR-B01 : Promotion of car-pooling Single 41 Single PaM Economic, Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved behaviour 16.81 28.14 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Finance; FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Flanders: MOW 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Changing the rules of the road, allowing road managers to open a road lane reserved for buses, cars occupied by several people, vehicles used for the transportation company (journey to work). - Extension of Liability (Compulsory Insurance) coverage for carpools. - Insurance on work accidents (mandatory for companies) indemnify the incapacity of the driver and passengers. The journey to work required may include a visit to the collection of carpoolers. - The compensation paid by the employer for the journey to work is not taxable. - The driver can deduct EUR 0.15 / km from taxes without having to declare the compensation paid by carpoolers. - Carpooling is being supported fiscally. Home-work travel expenses for using carpooling are deductible at the lump sum rate of 0,15 €/km, up to a maximum distance of 25 km (later increased to 50 and 100 km one-way). Flanders: - Stimulation of carpooling - Constructing carpool parkings". Brussels-Capital Region: Projections of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction are based on statistics and analysis by carsharing companies. the Air, climate, energy plan establishes un objective of 800 available vehicles in different type of car sharing or car pooling. Statistics of car-poolers from the mobility federal administrations Flemish Region: average seat occupancy cars Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 16.81 28.29 28.29 28.14 28.17 28.17 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Estimations based on regional objectives and statistics of car sharing companies and on federal assessment (study 'Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet)') www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_42 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam42 TR-B02 : Promotion of car sharing Single 42 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour 0.782 0.782 Regional Regional: Flanders : MOW,Regional: Brussels : IBGE 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promotion of car-sharing - The railroad company participates in the organization of shared cars (type Cambio) by reserving parkingplaces for car shared close to railway stations." Brussels-Capital Region: Projections of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction are based on statistics and analysis by carsharing companies. the Air, climate, energy plan establishes un objective of 800 available vehicles in different type of car sharing or car pooling. Statistics from designated and subsidized operators have to report on their activities and provide statistics of car-sharing. In the Flemish Region - average seat occupancy cars 0.782 0.782 0.782 0.782 0.782 0.782 Cambio (personnal communication 2015) www.cambio.be Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_43 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam43 TR-B03 : Promotion of teleworking Single 43 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction Transport: Demand management/reduction Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Personnel and Organisation,Regional: Employment and social departments fo regional administrations 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promote teleworking (pilot project, example function of public administrations) Results of pilot projects in public administrations Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_44 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam44 TR-B04 : Improve freight transport efficiency Single 44 Single PaM Information, Voluntary Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour Regional Regional: Brussels : Brussels harbour,Regional: Flanders : MOW 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Optimizing timetables, loading and unloading procedures and the logistics of freight transport by road, logistics consultants to help companies make modal shift, development of support tools (such as roadmap for green logistics, simulation model to optimise the time of good flows, best practices in realtion to green logistics, ...), improvement of manufacture to consumer distribution (including last mile distribution), stimulation of initiatives for green logistics/return logistics, ... Flanders: increase of truck km compared to 1998 % Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_45 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam45 TR-B05 : Ecodriving Single 45 Single PaM Education Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour 53.44 53.44 Government, Regional Regional: Flanders : De Lijn, MOW, LNE,Regional: Wallonia : TEC,Regional: Brussels : STIB,Government: FED: FPS Mobility and Transport 2004 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Directive 2003/59/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Flanders: - Extending Flemish government training courses to include economical driving - Ecodriving training for all public transport bus drivers and instructors - Equipping public transport busses with driving style meters - Awareness raising campaigns about the vehicle parameters that affect emissions (load, tire, ...) and ecodriving Fed: deliverance of Driver Certificate of Professional Gasoil consumption and emissions reductions due to the training sessions Measure now partially regionalized Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 53.44 53.44 53.44 53.44 53.44 53.44 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Belgium_46 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam46 TR-C01 : Tax deductions for the purchase of new clean vehicles Single 46 Single PaM Fiscal Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Government Government: FED : FPS Finance 2004 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Fed: From 1 January 2005 till 30 June 2007, the purchase of environmentally friendly cars was promoted via a tax advantage. From July 2007 to 31-12-2011, this tax reduction has been replaced by an immediate discount on the invoice, of the same amount Additionally, a tax reduction of 150 € is given since 2007 for new diesel cars equipped with a particulate filter, a CO2 emission of less than 130 g/km and particulate emission of less than 0,005 g/km. The Income Tax Code 92 (Art. 145/28) allows a 30% tax reduction for the purchase of electric vehicles and battery recharge installation, from 2010 to 2012. Since 2010: 15% tax reduction for the purchase of an electrical 4- or 2-cycles. Fiscal statistics on the number of new clean vehicles purchased which benefited tax deductions. The tax reduction for cars, estate cars and electric minibus, as well as the installation of a charging point was suppressed from the year 2014 (income 2013). The tax reduction remains valid for motorcycles, tricycles and quadricycles. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_47 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam47 TR-C02 : Promoting the purchase of clean vehicles Single 47 Single PaM Fiscal, Information Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Wallonia DGO2 Budget 2004 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promoting the purchase of clean vehicles by advertising CO2 emissions and annual publication containing information on CO2 emissions of all new vehicles on the Belgian market and identifying clean vehicles eligible for fiscal deduction. Bonuses and penalties existed in the Walloon system for buying a private vehicle according to CO2 emissions for both new and used cars. The mechanism is now reduced to penalties. In Flanders there is a system of ecoboni and ecomali taken into consideration when setting the tariff for road taxations. Pure electric vehicles and vehicles propelled by hydrogen are exempt from road taxations (both the road fund tax and the tax on entry into service). Plug-in hybrids are exempt until 2020 if they emit les than 50 g CO2/km. Sales of new cars, statistics of eco-bonus/malus Flanders: Share alternative vehicles (= (plug in) electric vehicles, vehicles powered by LPG or CNG) new vehicles % Flanders: Share alternative vehicles (= (plug in) electric vehicles, vehicles powered by LPG or CNG) fleet % Flanders: g CO2/km Flanders: Average CO2-emissions new vehicle g CO2/km Flanders: Average CO2-emissions fleet g CO2/km Flanders: Average ecoscore new vehicle Flanders: Average ecoscore fleet There is no more paper version of the CO2 guide. It is now replaced by an electronic version. Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_48 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam48 TR-C03 : Vehicles environmental impacts appraisal (ECOSCORE) Single 48 Single PaM Fiscal Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Regional Regional: Wallonia: AwAC,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE 2004 Yes Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC;Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Environmental Impact Assessment of vehicles, reformation of the road fund tax and the tax on entry into service (ECOSCORE) Monitoring that necessary actions are taken by the relevant authorities Flanders: Average ecoscore new vehicle Higher score is better Flanders: Average ecoscore fleet Higher score is better Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC; Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_50 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam50 TR-C05 : Best Available Technology for public transport Single 50 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles; Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles,Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Regional Regional: Wallonia : TEC,Regional: Brussels: STIB, IBGE,Regional: Flanders : De Lijn 2004 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Purchase of clean vehicles for public transport Annual reports of public transportation companies Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_51 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam51 TR-D01 : Promoting bio-fuels Single 51 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars 1945 2717 Government Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment + FPS Economy, SMEs, Self-Employed and Energy - DG Energy (E2) 2004 Yes Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC;RES directive 2009/28/EC;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Fuel quality directive 98/70/EC amending Directive 93/12/EEC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Minimal required volumes of sustainable biofuels in transport fuel, sustainability criteria Share biofuels % fuel consumption PJ As of July 2013 fuel must incorporate a minimum percentage of sustainable biofuel in fossil fuels.The exoneration of biofuels from excise duties has been discontinued as of July 1st 2014, because it was not covered any more by a European authorization (“state aid”). Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 1945 2300 2300 2717 2720 2720 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs 2006-2012 2012 303 600000000 Benefit only includes financial benefit from reduced energy bill over the entire life time of the equipment. It does not cover the additional cost of more efficient equipment. A real discount rate of 10% is used. Evaluation of the impact of policy instruments and measures implemented in the context of the Federal climate policy - report 2014 - Vito-Econotec (new evaluation will be published in 2017) www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC; RES directive 2009/28/EC; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Belgium_52 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam52 AG-A01 : Reducing emissions from cultivation that uses greenhouses (glasshouses) Single 52 Single PaM Economic, Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Other energy consumption; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy consumption: Other energy consumption ('efficiency improvement in agriculture'),Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Regional Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie,Regional: Flanders: LV, VEA, LNE 2004 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Subsidies, information, promotion of combines heat and power (CHP) and HP, investigation of available residual energy/CO2 from industry to be recycled in greenhouses. In the Walloon region, a subsidy is available to support the design of high efficiency greenhouses. In Flanders various policy instruments will continue to stimulate energy saving and sustainable and renewable energy production and consumption. These include financial support for energy saving techniques and investments in renewable energy, advice on the rational use of energy in permits, awareness raising, technological service, etc. Additionally, the energy consultant project was strengthened and a pilot project is supported in which low value residual heat from waste incinerators is used to heat (and possibly CO2-fertilise) clustered greenhouses. Flanders: Installed capacity combines heat and power (CHP) in agriculture Mwe Flanders: Installed capacity biogas in agriculture kWe Flanders: GJ Flanders: Green heat production by combines heat and power (CHP) in agriculture GJ Flanders: Green heat production by biomass installations in agriculture (heat only) GJ Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Belgium_53 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam53 AG-A02 : Financial incentives for rational use of energy in agriculture Single 53 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Other energy consumption; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy consumption: Other energy consumption ('efficiency improvement in agriculture'),Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Regional Regional: Energy administrations,Regional: Flanders: also LV & LNE 2004 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Financial instruments available for rational use of energy (RUE) and renewable energy systems (RES) in the private sectors are also made available for agriculture. Moreover, specific financial instruments exist in Flanders for the agriculture sector (see also AG-A01) Statistics of premiums and /or fiscal deductions See also AG-A01 Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Belgium_54 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam54 AG-B01 : Reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from fertilizers and manure usage Single 54 Single PaM Economic, Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Regional Regional: administrations of agriculture,Regional: Flanders: also environment administration 2004 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Rural development plans are supplemented by specific measures on the rational use of organic and nitrogen based fertilizers. Such policies initially aimed at reducing the stress of pollution on surface and underground waters contribute to the reduction of N2O and CH4 emissions. Moreover, cross compliance regulations aim to protect pastures : prohibiting pastures reductions, regulating carbon and acidity contents and using measures to combat erosion. Additionally Flanders takes a number of other actions to further reduce CH4 and N2O emissions. Flanders will focus on further research and implementation of nutritional strategies, the composition of feed, good manure management practices, awareness-raising and (the provision of) information. Flanders will also work towards the small-scale anaerobic fermentation of pure manure by giving financial support for small scaled fermenters. Flanders: Soil: usage artificial manure ton N/jaar Flanders: Soil: processing and export of Flemish animal manure ton N/jaar Flanders: Enteric fermentation: milk production / dairy cow kg/day Flanders: Enteric fermentation / manure management / soil: size livestock : Dairy cattle number of animals Flanders: Enteric fermentation / manure management / soil: size livestock : Non dairy cattle number of animals Flanders: Enteric fermentation / manure management / soil: size livestock : pigs number of animals Flanders: Enteric fermentation / manure management / soil: size livestock : poultry number of animals Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Belgium_55 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam55 AG-CO1 : Limiting deforestation and promoting reforestation Single 55 Single PaM Economic Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: relevant administrations in collaboration with AwAC(Wallonia),Regional: relevant administrations in collaboration with LNE (Flanders) 2004 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Limiting deforestation and encouraging reforestation Number of acres of subsidized (re)forestation number of acres of (re)forestation on grounds bought by the government number of acres covered by forests Information on LULUCF actions in Belgium: Report under Article 10 of decision 529/2013/EU http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/envvk5kbg/ Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Belgium_56 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam56 AG-CO2 : Preserve the ecological stability of forests (certification) Single 56 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management; Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of deforestation Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management,Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of deforestation Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: relevant administrations in collaboration with AwAC(Wallonia),Regional: relevant administrations in collaboration with LNE (Flanders) 2004 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promotion of sustainably produced timber through sectoral agreement with the timber sector (since 2011) in order to increase the share of sustainably produced timber on the Belgian market. + Promotion of certified wood products through public procurement. Certification FSC & PEFC of forests FSC : Forest Stewardship Council PEFC : Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Schemes (ex- Pan European Forest Certification). Land surfaces covered by forests ha survey of wood market by the Interdepartmental Commission of sustainable development Information on LULUCF actions in Belgium: Report under Article 10 of decision 529/2013/EU http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/envvk5kbg/ Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Belgium_58 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam58 AG-D02 : Promote dedicated energy crops Single 58 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Regional Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energy, & walloon rural foundation 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promotion of (dedicated) energy crops. This measure resulted from the application of the European subsidies for energy crops (common agricultural policy). Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_59 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam59 AG-D03 : Specific support to promote biomethanisation Single 59 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Regional Regional: Wallonia : DO4 Energie & DGO3 Agriculture 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promotion of biomethanisation in agricultural establishments. Wallonia : a thorough analysis showed that potentialities existed but were not implemented due to low profitability and too complex constraints. Special support has thus been elaborated: simplified regulations, longer period during which green certificates are allocated, dedicated financial supports... Timeline of the adoption of legal texts Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_60 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam60 AG-D04 : Quality standards for biofuels (wood pellets) Single 60 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml The federal State has established quality standards for solid biofuels to enhance the market and promotes a purchasing policy preferential to certified wood (FSC, PEFC or equivalent). Market indicator Royal decree of 5/4/2011 (published on 15/5/2011 - Belgian Official Gazette) Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_61 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam61 WA-A01 : Minimise quantities of wastes dumped into landfills Single 61 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Finance,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : DGO3 Waste management,Regional: Flanders: OVAM 2007 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml The Belgian waste policy takes into account the European waste hierarchy, with prevention (including recycling, repair, etc.) as the most favoured option and disposal (landfilling) as the least favoured option (cfr. Ladder of Lansinck). The prohibition of landfilling organic waste is in force. All the existing landfills still controlled are equipped with systems for biogas recovery, usually for the purpose of electricity generation. The old landfills are under surveillance which may lead, if necessary, to the installation of safety flares. Statistics from landfills management The tax has been discontinued as of 1 January 2015 (Programme law of 19 December 2014) Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC
Belgium_62 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam62 WA-B01 : Optimize incineration of wastes Single 62 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Regional Regional: Brussels: ABP,Regional: Flanders: OVAM 2004 Yes Waste Directive 2006/12/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Optimization of (new) waste incineration (incinerators) by improving the energy efficiency of new and existing waste incinerators, financial support for processing technologies that deliver a high quality end product and a net energy yield, stimulating maximum energy recuperation (for example via the system of green certificates and combined heat and power certificates, installing heating networks to households or companies in the vicinity of the waste incinerator, ... Flanders: Amount of waste burned - in cooperation with the energy sector TJ/yr Flanders: Amount of waste burned - private production TJ/yr Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Waste Directive 2006/12/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC
Belgium_63 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam63 WA-C01 : Landfill gas flaring and recuperation Single 63 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Regional Regional: Flanders : OVAM,Regional: Wallonia : DGO3 : waste mangement 2004 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC CH4, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml All landfills in operation are equipped with biogas recovery and valorising biogas to produce electricity by generating green certificates to help support the costs. Former landfills, which are out of operation are equipped with flaring devices. In accordance with EC Directive 1999/31/EC, organic waste is no longer accepted in landfills. Quantities of biogas collected quantities of electricity and heat produced Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC
Belgium_64 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam64 WA-D01 : Biomass flows management Single 64 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE, ABP 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Manage and quality control of biomass available for material recuperation or for energy usage. The policy corresponds to the transposition of the Directive 2009/28/EC concerning the sustainability criteria for bioliquids and biofuels. Brussels Capital Region transposed the directive in the "Arrêté du Gouvernement pour la promotion d'électricité verte du 17 décembre 2015" and applies only for bioliquids. Biofuels are the responsibility of the Federal entity. Quality controls statistics of sales Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_65 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam65 WA-E01 : Waste refrigerating fluids recuperation and management Single 65 Single PaM Education, Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE 2004 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014 HFC With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Reducing F-gas emissions by means of certification requirements for refrigeration companies and their personnel and inspection campaigns. F-gas emissions. See also IP-B01 Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014
Belgium_66 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam66 SE-A01 : Climate Change Awareness Single 66 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD, LULUCF, EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy; Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy,Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC, DGO4 Energy,Regional: Flanders : LNE, VEA 2004 No No information CO2, CH4, N2O, HFC, PFC, SF6, NF3 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Communication via brochures and guides, campaigns in media and a website (www.klimaat.be / www.climat.be) on climate change, situation in Belgium, decisions and concrete actions that may interest general public. Monitoring the calendar of events Monitoring the production of promotional material statistics of visits on websites answers to polls Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_67 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam67 SE-A02 : Tools to promote rational energy use and renewable energy Single 67 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy 0.69 1.43 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC, DGO4 Energy,Regional: Flanders : LNE, VEA 2006 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Development of communication tools concerning climate change, rational use of energy (RUE) and renewable energy Examples : cars CO2 emissions guide on line for those who want to select a low emission car ; CO2 calculator to estimate energy consumption from home appliances and different products (cars, lighting, windows, roof insulation) to make a better choice,… carbon calculator for households and small and medium-sized enterprises (SME's). Brussels-Capital Region offers a free service for citizens with energy specialist in order to find the opportunities of reducing their energy consumption and to implement 3 small interventions per household (Insulation of pipelines in the Domestic Hot Water system, improvement of heating regulation, among others). Budget used The energy-guzzlers website has now 11 calculation modules. 0.69 1.21 1.21 1.43 1.43 1.43 http://www.energivores.be/HouseClosed.aspx?lang=FR Reporting on projections – BELGIUM - March 2017 - National Climate Commission,Trois petites interventions gratuites et sur mesure (Brussels capital region),Bilan carbone (Walloon region) http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/projections/envwlwmrg/Report_projections_Belgium_2017.pdf,http://www.maisonenergiehuis.be/fr/trois-petites-interventions-gratuites-et-sur-mesure,http://www.awac.be/index.php/outils/calculateur-co2 Implemented 2006 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_68 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam68 SE-A03 : Environmental awareness in schools Single 68 Single PaM Education Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC, DGO4 Energy,Regional: Flanders : LNE 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Develop and use tools to increase awareness on climate change among students and teachers (notably educational files for primary and secundary schools (in Wallonia)) Fed: educational project on a low carbon society by 2050(FED). Flanders : the MOS project (Respect for the environment at school): MOS (www.milieuzorgopschool.be) is a project of the Flemish authorities on care for the environment from nursery to secondary school. The MOS project helps the school to develop its own environmental care scheme in a pedagogically responsible manner. An environmental care scheme at school is a set of measures and actions on which everyone works to make the school more environmentally friendly. Children and teenagers develop this environmental care scheme, tailor-made to their school, together with their teachers, management and school staff. MOS offers educational and practical support for this. The concrete content of MOS is determined by the school itself. MOS works around the topics of climate, .... Number of participating schools Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_69 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam69 SE-A04 : Ecocampus Single 69 Single PaM Education Implemented ESD, EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Regional Regional: Flanders: LNE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Flanders : Ecocampus programme for Universities Wallonia : Management and climate change (interuniversity master degree) Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Belgium_70 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam70 SE-A05 : Financial support for energy counsellors in interprofessional organisations Single 70 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Agriculture; Energy consumption; Energy supply; Industrial processes Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: VEA, LNE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2, N2O, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Provision of project grants for energy consultants to inter-professional organizations. These energy consultants help there member organizations to reduce energy consumption, increase energy efficiency, increase energy supply form renewable energy sources, improve animal waste management systems, ... Budget issued to interprofessional organisations Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_71 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam71 SE-A06 : Training of energy managers Single 71 Single PaM Education Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia: DGO4 Energy 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Training of energy / Vocational-Technical : establishing energy/CO2 skills among managers of large buildings in the tertiary sector. For instance : Wallonia : Formation of energy managers in tertiary buildings : 13 days per year, certifying exam and end of study project. http://energie.wallonie.be/fr/la-formation-certifiante-de-responsable-energie.html?IDD=11822&IDC=6136 Brussels : Brussels has developed a network of facilitators and advisors for professionals. These experts introduce professionals to technical innovations in the areas of energy and eco-design. These specialists are selected through calls for tenders. Two kinds of facilitator exist : the sustainable building facilitators and the sustainable neighbourhood facilitators. Their mission consists of providing free advice and free guidance to project sponsors in technical matters relating to the areas of energy, including renewable energy, cogeneration and eco-design, on the level of both buildings and their facilities and neighbourhoods. They also organise seminars, visits or trips, etc. Facilitators are accessible by calling a free phone number. To accelerate the thorough renovation of the buildings, sustainable building facilitator service will be improved and made more dynamic. www.bruxellesenvironnement.be/facilitateur Number of trained people Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_75 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam75 SE-B02 : Guidance on rational use of energy to low income communities Single 75 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energy & CPAS 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Supporting residents of disadvantaged groups in rational use of energy to meet rational deal with energy Actions, budgets and projects reports Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_76 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam76 SE-B03 : Pilot projects in social housing and school construction to evaluate sustainable energy measures Single 76 Single PaM Education, Research Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: VMSW, Agion, GO! 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Evaluating sustainable energy measures through pilot and demonstration projects in social housing and school construction Register of supported projects budgets devoted to the projects Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_77 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam77 SE-B05 : Youth, space and environment project Single 77 Single PaM Education Implemented ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Regional Regional: Flanders : LNE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml JeROM project (Youth, Space, Surroundings and Environment): Flanders encourages young people to adopt critical involvement and a sense of responsibility regarding environmentally compatible behaviour. Youth groups are supported to integrate care of the environment in their work. For this purpose, they are provided with knowledge, insight and educational instruments and are encouraged to reduce their impact on the environment. Number of actions financial support provided by Regional authorities activity and financial reports Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_78 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam78 SE-B06 : Guidance on rational energy use in adults associations Single 78 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Regional Regional: Flanders : LNE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml As part of its nature and environmental education (NME = Natuur en Milieueducatie), Flanders has set up the operation "Niet voor groentjes" (approximate translation ‘Not for novices’, wordplay is lost in translation). This operation primarily targets socio-cultural work for adults. The operation encourages and supports adult organisations in devising and carrying out nature and environmental activities by providing information and methodologies, looking for partners, etc. Number of counsellors reports on their actions number of advices given Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_79 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam79 SE-B07 : Promotion and financial support for energy audits in individual dwellings Single 79 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Regional Regional: Brussels: ABEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energy,Regional: Flanders: VEA 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promotion and financial support for energy audits in dwellings. - http://homegrade.brussels/ provides information concerning soundproofing, energy management, renovation, and urbanisme. Visites to your house are proposed aiming to reduce energy consumption, there is also councelling for building renovation - http://energie.wallonie.be/fr/audit-energetique-des-logements-pae2.html?IDC=6048 Number of requests, number of financial supports allocated Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_80 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam80 SE-B08 : Energy counsellors Single 80 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Regional Regional: Brussels: ABEA 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Brussels has developed a network of facilitators and advisors for professionals. These experts introduce professionals to technical innovations in the areas of energy and eco-design. These specialists are selected through calls for tenders. Two kinds of facilitator exist : the sustainable building facilitators and the sustainable neighbourhood facilitators. Their mission consists of providing free advice and free guidance to project sponsors in technical matters relating to the areas of energy, including renewable energy, cogeneration and eco-design, on the level of both buildings and their facilities and neighbourhoods. They also organise seminars, visits or trips, etc. Facilitators are accessible by calling a free phone number. To accelerate the thorough renovation of the buildings, sustainable building facilitator service will be improved and made more dynamic. Number of counsellors activity reports by counsellors Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_81 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam81 SE-B09 : Eco-construction Single 81 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Regional Regional: Brussels : IBGE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Project Ecobuild : promoting rational use of energy in buildings through municipalities. Several projects aim to promote eco-construction such as Brussels greenbizz is a particular European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) project (2007-2013, € 16 million) aiming to set up an environmental business incubator in the areas of eco-construction, renewable energy and green products. Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_82 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam82 SE-C01 : Training of energy and building professionals Single 82 Single PaM Education Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Regional Regional: Brussels : IBGE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml A variety of seminars and courses are organized by the Brussels region (http://www.environnement.brussels/guichet/seminaires-et-formations?view_pro=1 ). For more details see policies and measures SE A06: Training of energy managers. Number of training sessions number of trainees Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_83 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam83 SE-C02 : Eco-efficiency scans Single 83 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Regional Regional: Regional energy efficiency departments 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Investments in eco-efficiency of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs): improve energy efficiency by designing environmentally friendlier products, adapting production processes and better valorising wastes; examining markets to try to adapt to customers demands and demonstrating benefits of changes (e.g. profitability and better respect of environment) Number of scans performed Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_84 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam84 SE-C03 : Raise awareness about the reduction of F-gases in the refrigeration sector Single 84 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Regional Regional: Flemish Region : LNE,Regional: Brussels Region : IBGE/BIM,Regional: Walloon Region : AwAC 2004 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014 HFC With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Increase specific awareness about cooling needs and solutions through providing information about the relevant legislation and ways to reduce emissions F-gas emissions Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014
Belgium_85 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam85 SE-C04 : Social responsibility of businesses Single 85 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Companies Companies: Businesses 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Managing enterprises in coherence with their social and environmental neighbourhood. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is an improvement process in which businesses, on a voluntary basis, systematically and consistently include social, environmental and economic considerations in their business management, in consultation with their stakeholders (customers, staff, suppliers). Flanders has set up the Corporate Social Responsibility Knowledge Centre (http://www.mvovlaanderen.be/) to inform and inspire businesses. Brussels Environment is organising a large number of information and training sessions on environmental themes (energy, eco-construction, mobility, etc.). The seminars, colloquiums and guided visits are intended to inform professionals about the current legislation and the latest technological developments, to pass on technical advice from specialists and feedback from other bodies and to allow them to become familiar with exemplary installations. The training is organised in cycles which take place over several months and usually end with an evaluation leading to a certificate. The training is intended for a specialised public wishing to acquire specific knowledge in the technical field. Monitoring the programs established Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_86 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam86 SE-C05 : Eco-dynamic label for businesses Single 86 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Brussels : The "Eco-dynamic Enterprise" label : Recognising clean enterprises to promote good practice. The « Eco Dynamic » Label is awarded to businesses that develop sustainable management measures and pursue a green policy and can demonstrate that they are making progress notably in areas such as waste management, the rational use of energy or workers mobility management. From an administrative point of view, this label is less cumbersome than the EMAS or ISO 14001 labels and is therefore is more suited for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) or other small structures. Bodies applying for the label are offered tailored coaching by an expert. A simplified procedure has been put in place for EMAS and ISO 14001certified bodies applying for the Brussels label. With 173 sites having been awarded the “Entreprise Ecodynamique” label, of which 52 are in the public sector (36 from these 52 are regional Brussels public administrations, municipal or intermunicipal bodies), the label has been proven a great success. The 173 successful candidates who have been awarded the label employ more than 45,000 FTEs (Full-time equivalents). 450 hours are spent on coaching applicants. Number of labels allocated to enterprises grades obtained by enterprises (showing the degree of improvement) Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_87 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam87 SE-D01 : Clean vehicles promotion campaign Single 87 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE, MOW 2004 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promoting the purchase of clean vehicles via awareness campaigns, which take various forms. Number of new clean cars bought (fiscal statistics relating to measure TR-C01) Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_88 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam88 SE-D02 : Eco-driving promotion campaign Single 88 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE, MOW 2004 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Sensibilisation campaign on eco-driving via awareness campaigns, which take various forms. Number of trainees Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_89 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam89 SE-D03 : Meeting on sustainable mobility needs campaign Single 89 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction Transport: Demand management/reduction Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE, MOW 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Raise awareness of citizens to satisfy their mobility needs in a sustainable way Statistics modal split Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_90 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam90 SE-E01 : Knowledge Centre on energy for agriculture and horticulture Single 90 Single PaM Education Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Other agriculture Agriculture: Other agriculture ('Energy efficiency') Regional Regional: Flanders : LV 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Flanders has established a permanent structure for energy consumption in agriculture and horticulture. An adviser provides information on rational use of energy and the new energy technologies in the broad sense (technical and administrative information). A second activity is the ‘technology watch’ and monitoring the market for available technology. Monitoring of the programme established Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_91 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam91 SE-E02 : Environmental accounting/reporting Single 91 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Other agriculture Agriculture: Other agriculture ('Environmental management (cross-cutting)') Regional Regional: Flanders: LV 2004 No No information CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Reducing emissions from the agricultural sector by raising awareness of farmers through environmental accounting/reporting. In Flanders, the farmers’ staff services emphasise the usefulness of advice on and monitoring of environmental accounting (energy, water, fertilisers, pesticides). Information sessions and demonstration projects on energy crops and biofuels are organised for this target group. Number of agriculturalists that received advise concerning environmental accounting/reporting Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_92 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam92 SE-E03: Consumer behaviour and improved sustainability of the entire chain Single 92 Single PaM Information, Voluntary Implemented ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Regional Regional: Flanders: LV, LNE, Interdepartemental workinggroup on foodlos 2008 No No information CO2, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Various plans and strategies focus on consumer behaviour - which can have a major, indirect impact on the climate by making particular choices for food - and on improving the sustainability of the entire food chain. These include the Short Supply Chain Strategic Plan, the Organic Agriculture Strategic Plan, awareness-raising for a more sustainable diet and various projects designed to counter food loss and waste, and to maximise the use of biowaste and organic byproducts. Implemented 2008 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_93 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam93 OB-A01 : Sustainable public procurement Single 93 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD, EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government, Regional Government: FED : pilot : Federal Institute for Sustainable Development and the Interdepartmental Commission for Sustainable Development --> all the federal services should implement this action,Regional: Brussels: Public bodies,Regional: Flanders: Public bodies 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2, N2O, CH4, HFC, PFC, SF6, NF3 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml The federal and regional governments lead by example by integrating sustainability criteria in public procurement. The Federal Institute for Sustainable Development and the Interdepartmental Commission on Sustainable Development surveys the reporting and monitoring of the implementation of Circular of 16 May 2014 by the public authorities. An analysis of the global policy will be executed in 2017 by the federal Minister responsible for sustainable Development. No monitoring results or indicators are available yet. Specific indicators on CO2 reduction in procurement will not be developed. The measure aims to promote the purchase of products which are environmentally friendly and produced in socially accepted circumstances, so impact is not limited to CO2 emissions. http://guidedesachatsdurables.be/fr Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_95 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam95 OB-A03 : Environmental management system Single 95 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD, EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy 2.73 2.73 Government, Regional Government: FED : coordinator : Federal Institute for Sustainable Development --> all federal services should implement the system,Regional: Brussels: Public bodies 2005 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) EC 1221/2009 (EMAS) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Environmental management system to be established in every federal administration service. Flemish government: environmental management systems are not obliged, but many administrations have or are striving to attain environmental management systems. Number of departments registered with EMAS scrutiny of EMAS actions individual published environmental declaration consumption per employee Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 0.91 1.82 0.91 1.82 2.73 0.91 1.82 0.91 1.82 2.73 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Belgium_96 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam96 OB-B01 : Rational Use of energy in public buildings Single 96 Single PaM Planning Implemented EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector 9 17 Government, Regional Government: FED : Buildingsagency; SNCB-Holding (public enterprise) for railway station buildings,Regional: Brussels: Public bodies 2004 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Good practice shown by public administrations: installation of photovoltaic panels on roofs of government buildings Monitoring of actions number of requests for financial support budgetary controls Before 2015 : FEDESCO activity reports (3d party investor) Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 9 0 17 0 17 17 0 17 0 17 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_97 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam97 OB-B02 : Third Party Financing in public buildings Single 97 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Government Government: FED: Federal building agency, taking over the measure 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Establishment of a third party investor to improve the energy efficiency of public buildings (FEDESCO) investments in energy savings by Fedesco / Buildingsagency Since 1 January 2015, all FEDESCO activities are recovered by the federal Building Agency. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Belgium_98 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam98 OB-B03 : Promoting rational energy use in local communities Single 98 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Local, Regional Regional: Brussels: Public bodies, communes, hospitals, schools,Local: Municipalities and public bodies,Regional: Flanders: LNE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promotion of RUE (rational use of energy) within municipalities and local communities. Support to local initiatives that promote rational energy use. Support to municipalities that sign the Convenant of Mayors. Number of local governments participating Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_99 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam99 OB-C01 : Mobility plan for civil servants of different administrative organisations sharing a common office building Single 99 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction Transport: Demand management/reduction Companies, Regional Regional: Brussels: Public bodies,Companies: companies (>200 employees) 2004 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Increasing the use of mobility plans for civil servants of different administrative organisations sharing a common office building to show good practice by public administrations Number of participants Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_100 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam100 OB-C02 Promotion of alternative transport in public services Single 100 Single PaM Economic, Information Implemented ESD, EU ETS Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 0.24 0.09 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Personnel & Organisation,Regional: Public bodies in each Region 2004 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Stimulate alternative use in transport/ free ride on public transport for members of administrations : free public transport is provided for journey to work in the Federal Public Service and in the Walloon and Flemish Region. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 0.06 0.18 0.04 0.12 0.16 0.02 0.07 0.02 0.06 0.08 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Belgium_101 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam101 OB-C03 : Promoting bicycle use in public services Single 101 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Finance, FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Public bodies, 2004 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Rewarding the use of bicycles in administrations : financial incentives, purchase of bicycles for service (in Federal and Flemish public Service) + installation of showers for bicycle users. Number of participants receiving financial advantage for travelling on bicycles Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_102 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam102 OB-C04 : Promoting telework in public services Single 102 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption; Transport Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Transport: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Transport: Demand management/reduction 2.58 2.06 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Personnel and Organisation,Regional: Personnel and Organisation Departments in each regional administration 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Increasing teleworking for civil servants to show good practice by public administrations Number of teleworkers Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 1.12 1.46 1.07 1.27 2.34 1 1.06 0.91 0.96 1.87 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Belgium_103 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam103 OB-C05 : Eco-driving training in public services Single 103 Single PaM Education Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour Regional Regional: Public transport companies in each region 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Eco-driving training in public services Number of trainees Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_104 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam104 OB-C06 : Offsetting air travel greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in public administrations Single 104 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour Government Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - SE B&CG LOG via Federal Institute for Sustainable Development 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Offsetting CO2 emissions for air transport. Applied at federal level. Civil servants are sensitized via an internal circular to favor the train rather than the airplane for distances less than 300 km. The same circular informs of the offsetting mechanism and encourages also people to use it for personal trip. Statistics of distances travelled and amount of CO2 offset Since 2013, CO2 offsetting is also in place for foreign missions by train and cars. Implemented 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_105 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam105 OB-C07 : Purchase of clean vehicles by public administrations Single 105 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Personnel and Organisation --> use by all FPSs,Regional: Public bodies and public transport companies in each region 2004 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Purchase of clean vehicles by public administrations Survey by the CIDD of purchases register of vehicles distances travelled fuel purchases Vehicles fleets of public transport companies Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_106 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam106 Ecocheques Single 106 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD, EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy 176.54 307.48 Government Government: National Labour Council 2009 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Extra-legal advantage that the employer can provide to workers, intended to finance the acquisition of ecological goods and services. These cheques are exempt from taxes and social contributions. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 18.24 158.3 17.2 224.61 241.81 17.2 290.28 17.2 356.25 373.45 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2009 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_108 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam108 Environmentally friendly energy production Group 108 1,4 Economic, Information See individual PaMs EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Other energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Other energy supply ('promotion of combined heat and power (CHP)') 5311.63 6664.24 Regional Regional: Wallonia : CwAPE,Regional: Flanders : VEA, VREG,Regional: Brussels : IBGE, Brugel,Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie See individual PaMs Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC;Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package) CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promotion of renewable energy systems (RES) Energy efficiency in the field of energy supply See individual PaMs see accompanying document 6275.78 7787.76 Data : renewable energy systems (RES) projections in WEM scenario; Method : assume RES replace natural gas fired (combined cycle gas turbine - CCGT) with an overall efficiency of 50%; Coverage : Flemish region http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/projections/envwlwmrg/ See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC; Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package)
Belgium_109 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam109 Create economic conditions favourable to renewable energy systems (RES) development and use of low Carbon fuels Group 109 2,3 Economic, Fiscal See individual PaMs EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 1319 1319 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Economy, SMEs, Self-Employed and Energy - DG Energy (E2), FPS Finance,Regional: Flanders: VEA, VREG,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie & DG06 Economie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE, Sibelga,Government: Federal Finance public service See individual PaMs Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC;Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package);Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Support renewable energy systems (RES) financially and tax fossil fuels See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 1319 1319 1319 1319 1319 1319 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC; Completion of the internal energy market (including provisions of the 3d package); Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Belgium_110 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam110 Energy performance of buildings Group 110 8,14 Regulatory See individual PaMs ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction 278.428 542.44 Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Wallonia: DGO4 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE See individual PaMs Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Implementation of the Directive on Energy Performance of buildings See individual PaMs 278.428 413.194 413.194 542.44 649.831 649.831 Report for the assessment of projected progress – BELGIUM - April 2015 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/envvprztq/2015-04-24_Report_assessment_projected_progress_Belgium_2015.pdf See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_111 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam111 Improve energy efficiency in buildings Group 111 11,12,16,67,68,75,76,77,78,79,81,80,82,7 Economic, Education, Fiscal, Information, Planning, Regulatory, Research See individual PaMs ESD, EU ETS Cross-cutting; Energy consumption; Energy supply Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 3587 2871 Government, Regional Government: FED: FPS finances,Regional: Flanders: VEA, Wonen Vlaanderen, VLABEL,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Flanders: VEA, LNE,Regional: Flanders : Rural planning, VEA, LNE,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Aménagement du territoire,Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC, DGO4 Energy,Regional: Flanders : LNE, VEA,Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC, DGO4 Energy,Regional: Flanders : LNE,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energy & CPAS,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: VMSW, Agion, GO!,Regional: Flanders : LNE,Regional: Flanders : LNE,Regional: Brussels: ABEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energy,Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Brussels : IBGE,Regional: Brussels: ABEA,Regional: Brussels : IBGE,Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Brussels : IBGE See individual PaMs Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy);Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);RES directive 2009/28/EC 2001/81/EC CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Improve energy efficiency in existing buildings See individual PaMs 67 3520 72 3496 3568 73 2798 0 1450 1450 Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy); Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_112 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam112 3d party financing Group 112 17,97 Economic, Planning See individual PaMs ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector 88.7 154.07 Government Government: Federal building agency, taking over the measure,Government: FED: Federal building agency, taking over the measure See individual PaMs Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Establish a third party investor fund to support rational use of energy investments in public sector buildings. See individual PaMs Since 1 January 2015, all FEDESCO activities are recovered by the fédéral Building Agency Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 13.8 74.9 18.9 102.5 121.4 23.9 130.17 29 158 187 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_113 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam113 Energy efficiency in industry Group 113 22,23,24,25,28,83 Economic, Fiscal, Regulatory, Voluntary See individual PaMs EU ETS, ESD Cross-cutting; Energy consumption; Energy supply; Industrial processes Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies; Industrial processes: Replacement of fluorinated gases by other substances; Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies,Industrial processes: Replacement of fluorinated gases by other substances,Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases 2627.03 2627.03 Government, Regional Regional: Flanders: LNE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE Industrial associations,Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie & AwAC,Regional: Flanders : VEA,Government: FED: FPS Finance,Regional: Flanders: AO, PMV,Regional: Wallonia : DGO6 Economy,Regional: Regional energy efficiency departments See individual PaMs Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2, HFC See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promote energy savings in industry, EU-ETS (Emission trading system) policy implementation, voluntary agreements See individual PaMs 2101.62 525.406 2101.62 525.406 2627.03 2101.62 525.406 2101.62 525.406 2627.03 Report for the assessment of projected progress – BELGIUM - April 2015 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/envvprztq/2015-04-24_Report_assessment_projected_progress_Belgium_2015.pdf See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_114 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam114 Mobility plans Group 114 33,99,101 Economic, Planning See individual PaMs ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved behaviour; Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved behaviour,Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Companies, Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Brussels: IBGE, AED, communes,Regional: Wallonia : DG02 Mobilité,Regional: Brussels: Public bodies,Companies: companies (>200 employees),Government: FED : FPS Finance, FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Public bodies, See individual PaMs Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Promote mobility plans in public services and large companies See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_115 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam115 Promote public transports Group 115 34,38,40 Economic, Planning, Regulatory See individual PaMs ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Improved behaviour 495.145 665.01 Government, Local, Regional Government: FED : FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Brussels: IBGE, AED, STIB,Regional: Flanders : De Lijn, MOW,Regional: Wallonia : TEC,Regional: Brussels: AED , IBGE, AATL,Local: municipalities,Government: FED : FPS Employment, Labour and Social Dialogue See individual PaMs Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Improve the service of public transports, limit parking places in urban areas and create parking lots close to public transport connections See individual PaMs 495.145 596.815 596.815 665.01 744.62 744.62 Reporting on policies and measures - BELGIUM, March 2017. National Climate Commission,Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (2017 - under finalization) ICEDD -Aether - TML - TNO http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwfjvmw/Report_PAMs_Belgium_2017.pdf,www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Belgium_116 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam116 Eco-driving Group 116 45,88,103 Education, Information See individual PaMs ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour 106.871 106.871 Government, Regional Regional: Flanders : De Lijn, MOW, LNE,Regional: Wallonia : TEC,Regional: Brussels : STIB,Government: FED: FPS Mobility and Transport,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE, MOW,Regional: Public transport companies in each region See individual PaMs Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Directive 2003/59/EC CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Eco-driving See individual PaMs 106.871 106.871 106.871 106.871 106.871 106.871 Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Belgium_117 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam117 Clean vehicles Group 117 46,47,48,87,105 Economic, Fiscal, Information See individual PaMs ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles 11.565 11.565 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Finance,Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Wallonia DGO2 Budget,Regional: Wallonia: AwAC,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE, MOW,Government: FED : FPS Personnel and Organisation --> use by all FPSs,Regional: Public bodies and public transport companies in each region See individual PaMs Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC;Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Clean vehicles See individual PaMs 11.565 11.565 11.565 11.565 11.565 11.565 Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC; Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_118 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam118 reduction of the emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases Single 118 Single PaM Education, Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases; Industrial processes: Other industrial processes; Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases; Industrial processes: Other industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases,Industrial processes: Other industrial processes ('control the consumption of F-gases'),Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases,Industrial processes: Other industrial processes ('incentivise the use of alternatives with less impact on climate change') 1647 3334 Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment, FPS Economy, FPS Finance (customs),Regional: Flanders: LNE,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC 2015 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014 HFC, PFC, SF6 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Reducing the emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases by means of limiting the total amount of gases that can be sold , banning the use of F-gases in certain applications and preventing the emissions from existent equipment by enhanced maintenance, quality control checks and recovery of gases. Activity data Emission factor Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 1647 2442 2442 3334 3873 3873 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014
Belgium_119 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam119 Positive Mobility allocation Single 119 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Planned ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 23 Government Government: FED: FPS mobility, FPS finance 2017 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 Not included in a projection scenario http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml A permanent system where workers whose wage package contains a company car can choose between a company car, a mobility budget, or a net salary increase (subjected to similar fiscal rules as the actual company car). number of company cars decrease in km riden Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 23 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy - technical support: Evaluation of emission reductions of new climate federal PAMs related to transport -January 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Planned 2017 Not included in a projection scenario Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Belgium_120 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam120 Incentives for pedelecs Single 120 Single PaM Fiscal Planned ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 4.1 Government Government: FED: FPS mobility, FPS finance 2017 No No information CO2 Not included in a projection scenario http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml speedpedelec gets fiscal deductibilty of 120% for buying and 22 cent/km for using it home work travel distance share of pedelec <25 and < 45 the pedelec (<25) gets already today a 120% fiscal deductibility and a 22 cent/km for using it. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 4.1 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy - technical support: Evaluation of emission reductions of new climate federal PAMs related to transport -January 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Planned 2017 Not included in a projection scenario No No information
Belgium_121 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam121 Reduction energy use of railways (traction & non traction) Single 121 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD, EU ETS Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles 12.8 Government Government: FED: FPS mobility, SNCB 2015 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 Not included in a projection scenario http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Reduction by Belgian rail company of primary energy traction energy consumption by : Increase train occupancy, Reduce energy losses while at stop, Use more efficient rolling stock; and reduction of energy consumption for non-traction activities. energy consumption Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 6.6 6.2 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy - technical support: Evaluation of emission reductions of new climate federal PAMs related to transport -January 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2015 Not included in a projection scenario Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_122 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam122 modification of fiscal regime for company cars Single 122 Single PaM Fiscal Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Government Government: FED: FPS mobility, FPS finance 2012 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Benefit in kind for company car linked to CO2 emissions instead of home-work distance evaluation of the impact of this PAM will be available mid 2017 Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Belgium_123 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam123 Low emission zone Single 123 Single PaM Economic, Planning, Regulatory Adopted ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour 0.18 0.18 Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2018 No No information CO2, N2O, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml The Low Emission Zone (LEZ) implies that the vehicles that do not respect the established thresholds (based on EURO standards) are banned. This measure has a significant influence on some pollutants affecting local air quality, but a rather limited impact on greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions and climate change. http://www.lez.brussels/fr/content/la-lez 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.18 Projection model Adopted 2018 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_72 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam72 SE-A07 : Support to local initiatives (sustainable neighborhood) Single 72 Single PaM Economic, Information Expired ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Government, Regional Government: FED : FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment,Regional: Brussels: IBGE,Regional: Flanders: LNE 2004 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Supporting initiatives by citizens to increase awareness of saving energy and climate change issues. This measure encompasses a wide range of initiatives undertaken by all levels of government. 2012 Number of requests, supported projects budgets devoted to the actions results presented in project reports Federal grants ended in 2012. Expired 2004 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_107 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam107 Green loans Single 107 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD, EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy 161.63 139.63 Government Government: FED : FPS Finance 2009 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Subsidy of the federal government reducing by 1.5% the interest rate of bank loans for energy saving investments of households that are mentioned in a list including thermal insulation, double glazing condensing boilers, heat pumps and solar panels. It is part of the economic law of 27 March 2009. It is a temporary measure, only applicable to loans awarded between 1st January 2009 and 31st December 2011. 2012 Statistics of operations Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 23.71 137.92 23.71 136.83 160.53 23.71 115.92 0 66.02 66.02 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Expired 2009 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_124 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam124 Exemplary building project (BatEx project) Single 124 Single PaM Economic, Planning Expired ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 2.81 1.64 Regional Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2007 No No information CO2, N2O, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Since 2007, the Brussels-Capital region has launched an annual contest for the design and construction or renovation of buildings meeting strong environmental criteria, including energy use. Known as "exemplary buildings", winning applications receive EUR 100/m2 of built area (EUR 90 for the contracting authority and EUR 10 for the design team), to a maximum of EUR 1 million. They also benefit from technical support provided by the region to meet their stringent energy and environmental targets. In 2007 and 2008, 76 projects won the competition, totalling over 200 000 m2 of built area. The buildings consume up to 10 times less energy than conventional ones, and are built with ecological materials. In 2009, EUR 5 million is available to distribute amongst winning applicants. 2013 2.81 2.81 2.81 1.64 1.64 1.64 Results of BatEx project http://www.environnement.brussels/thematiques/batiment/sinspirer-des-batiments-exemplaires Expired 2007 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_23 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam23 IP-A02 : Long Term Energy/CO2 efficiency Agreements in the industrial sector. Stage 1 Single 23 Single PaM Voluntary Expired EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors 640 640 Regional Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE Industrial associations 2004 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Flanders : Benchmarking and voluntary agreements through contracts signed with public authorities. Enterprises (directly or through their professional association) make a voluntary commitment to improve their energy efficiency within a certain time horizon. Targets are quantified by benchmarking (within 10% of the best performer) or by energy audit, considering all rational use of energy (RUE) investments which have an Internal rate of return (IRR) of 12,5%. The audit- and benchmarking agreements expired on 31/12/2014 and were superseded by the energy policy agreement (IP-A02 bis). Wallonia : All voluntary agreements are established on the basis of energy audit conventions, with objectives for 2012. Most industrial sectors are involved. Objectives are fixed on the basis of the audit results, considering all energy saving or CO2 reduction measures considered feasable and presenting a payback time up to 4 years. 2014 Wallonia : Energy efficiency and CO2 efficiency improvements annually published. They measure per company, per sector and for the whole industry the energy consumed (CO2 emitted) compared to a baseline situation "without measures".See values at the end of Stage 1: 1/ Energy efficiency improvement % Wallonia : Energy efficiency and CO2 efficiency improvements annually published. They measure per company, per sector and for the whole industry the energy consumed (CO2 emitted) compared to a baseline situation "without measures".See values at the end of Stage 1: 2/ CO2 efficiency improvement % Flanders : Energy savings non-ETS companies participating in the agreement TJ Wallonia only Wallonia : BRANCH AGREEMENTS IN WALLONIA at the crossroad between economic reality and energy climate policy (pdf file) 640 640 http://energie.wallonie.be/fr/accords-de-branche.html?IDC=6152 Website for Branch agreements 2003-2013 http://energie.wallonie.be/fr/les-accords-2003-2013.html?IDC=6154 Expired 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_29 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam29 IP-B01 : HFC and PFC emissions reduction Single 29 Single PaM Education, Regulatory Expired ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases; Industrial processes: Improved control of fugitive emissions from industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases,Industrial processes: Improved control of fugitive emissions from industrial processes Government, Regional Regional: Flanders: LNE,Regional: Brussels: Brussels Environment,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC,Government: FED: FPS Finance (customs); FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment 2007 Yes F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC HFC, PFC With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Reducing the emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases (HFCs and PFCs) by means of leak protection requirements, certification requirements for refrigeration companies and their personnel, and inspection campaigns. 2014 Delivery of F-gasses as cooling agent to the Belgian market tons Technicians and entreprises Certification Labelling leak checks This measure is considered as expired due to entry in force of new F gas regulation (see PAM n° 124) Expired 2007 With existing measures Yes F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC
Belgium_30 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam30 IP-B02 : SF6 emissions reductions Single 30 Single PaM Education, Regulatory Expired ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government, Regional Government: FPS finance (customs) ; FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment,Regional: Flanders : LNE,Regional: Wallonia : AWAC,Regional: Brussels : Brussels Environment 2007 Yes F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC SF6 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Reducing SF6-emissions through compulsory certification of personnel involved in the recovery, collection, recycling, regeneration and destruction of SF6 from high-voltage switches + ban of use 2014 Number of certified personnel This measure is considered as expired due to entry in force of new F gas regulation (see PAM n° 124) Expired 2007 With existing measures Yes F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC
Belgium_73 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam73 SE-A08 : Urban policy Single 73 Single PaM Economic, Information Expired ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Government Government: FED : PPS Social Integration, Fight against Poverty and Social Economy - Federal Service for Urban policy 2000 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Recognising and supporting the importance of large cities management. Supporting the Covenant of Mayors. Specific policy for large cities to develop a harmonised development that contribute to the economic growth. 2014 Number of contracts with municipalities financial support provided by Regional authorities activity and financial reports Note : the Brussels metropolitan Region covers the inner city of Brussels. This Region's policy is essentially an urban policy. In which case, the proposed indicator is not meaningful. This measure was regionalized since the 1/1/2015. Expired 2000 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Belgium_13 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam13 EC-B03 : Specific support for rational use of energy (RUE) initiatives for people with low incomes Single 13 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction 26.09 25.6 Government, Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA, Wonen Vlaanderen,Regional: Brussels: IBGE, AATL,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie,Government: Federal: FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG Environment; FPS Economy - DG Energy ; IFDD 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Specific rational use of energy (RUE) aid for unprivileged people, who do not pay tax and thus may not benefit from tax exemptions. The Fund for the Reduction of the Global cost of Energy (FRGE) was used to improve the energy efficiency of housings for disadvantaged people via cheap loans (Vito/Econotec, 2015). The FRGE is transferred to the regions on 1 January 2015 Since tax exemptions for RUE investments were suppressed, such mechanisms are no more in application. In Flanders special support was integrated into other existing systems (higher subsidies unther the public service obligation of electricity distribution companies, social insulation projects for rental houses, renovation grant, energy performance programme for social housing, energy loan at 0% interest, ...). 2015 Number of application per type of investment. Only statistics related to non-tax payers is considered to avoid double counting with EC-B01 The federal government has established a Fund (FRCE/FRGE) that provides cheap loans for rational use of energy (RUE) investments. From 2015, the FRGE is transferred to the Regions. Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO 1.4 24.69 1.4 24.62 26.02 1.4 24.2 0.59 16.42 17.01 www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs 2008-2014 2012 -22 -1300000000 Cost is calculated over the entire life time of the investment (technology dependent) and includes capital and operational expenditures. A real discount rate of 10% is used. Evaluation of the impact of policy instruments and measures implemented in the context of the Federal climate policy - report 2014 - Vito-Econotec www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Expired 2004 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_31 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam31 IP-C01 : Specific emission reduction agreement with nitric acid producers Single 31 Single PaM Voluntary Expired EU ETS Industrial processes Industrial processes: Improved control of fugitive emissions from industrial processes Industrial processes: Improved control of fugitive emissions from industrial processes 3362.21 3362.21 Regional Regional: Flanders : LNE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC 2004 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Covenants to reduce N20 emissions from nitric acid production. Required actions are concluded (development and implementation of catalytic devices). Emission reductions are effective. On 18 November 2005 one of the major company entered into an agreement with the Flemish Government to reduce N2O emissions per tonne of nitric acid produced to as low a level as possible by applying the best available techniques. This is possible because the company has developed a "catalyst process" that reduces nitrous oxide emissions from nitric acid production considerably compared to the current situation. 2015 Emissions by nitric acid producers (t eq CO2) t eq CO2 3362.21 3362.21 3362.21 3362.21 3362.21 3362.21 Report for the assessment of projected progress – BELGIUM - April 2015 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/envvprztq/2015-04-24_Report_assessment_projected_progress_Belgium_2015.pdf Expired 2004 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Belgium_49 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam49 TR-C04 : Specific support for the construction of clean vehicles Single 49 Single PaM Education, Research Expired ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Regional Regional: Wallonia : DGO6 Economy 2004 Yes Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011);Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Wallonia: this measure corresponds to the establishment of special training sessions and R&D laboratories for the development of high performance/green automobiles. http://www.formation-campus-automobile.be/ Flanders : the measure refers to a financial support to the retrofit of engines on barges for inland waterways. 2015 In the Walloon region, the measure refers to the creation of an "incubator" for R&D enterprises developing prototypes of new clean vehicles. Indicator: monitoring the number of successful projects by the incubator. In the Flemish region: the measure refers to a financial support to the retrofit of engines on barges for inland waterways. The relevant indicator is here the number of subsidies allocated. Expired 2004 With existing measures Yes Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011); Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Belgium_57 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam57 AG-D01 : Wood-energy plan Single 57 Single PaM Economic, Information Expired ESD Agriculture; Energy supply Agriculture: Other agriculture; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Agriculture: Other agriculture ('Regulation of energy crops'),Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Regional Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energy and walloon rural foundation 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Wallonia : Promotion of wood energy installations (wood heat generators, gasification of wood chips, other valorisation techniques). The main target of the plan are collectivites and municipalities. 2015 Number and size of installations statistics of premiums (M) Rural Foundation of Wallonia http://www.frw.be/index.php?id=78 Expired 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_94 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam94 OB-A02 : Sustainable criteria for community catering Single 94 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: FED: Federal Institute for Sustainable Development 2008 No No information CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Pilot project to promote sustainable food in federal canteens focusing on different aspects of sustainable agriculture, importance of food-miles, etc. 2015 Survey of food purchases The pilot is completed. The results are available on http://fido.belgium.be/fr/content/alimentation-durable-dans-les-restaurants-du-personnel-des-autorites-federales. Expired 2008 With existing measures No No information
Belgium_15 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam15 EC-B05 bis : Energy performance and certification of buildings (residential) Single 15 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 52 156 Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DG04 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2016 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Improving the energy efficiency of buildings (by transposition of the EC directive on energy performance of buildings and establishment of the methodology to be used to evaluate the performance of buildings) ; stage 2 : Additional steps in the energy performance of buildings (partim residential sector): Wallonia : completing application schedule up to 2020 2020 Statistics on certificates and on the construction of new buildings and average energy performance of new buildings in the residential sector 52 104 104 156 208 208 Energy Efficency Action Plan N°3 and internal calculations (Report for the assessment of projected progress – BELGIUM - April 2015) http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/envvprztq/2015-04-24_Report_assessment_projected_progress_Belgium_2015.pdf Implemented 2016 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Belgium_22 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam22 IP-A01 : Implementation of the Emission trading system (ETS) in the industrial sector Single 22 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy consumption; Energy supply; Industrial processes Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies 0.19 0.34 Regional Regional: Flanders: LNE,Regional: Wallonia : AwAC,Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2005 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Reducing emissions from the industry sector involved in Emission trading system (ETS) : Belgian National Allocation Plans 2005-2007 & 2008-2012 (elaboration, implementation and follow-up) European system on scope 2013-2020 : the implementation of the measure is now limited to the management of the system on the territory (at industry level) 2020 Annual declaration of companies on their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions t eq CO2 0.19 0.34 0.34 0.34 0.34 0.34 Results of mobility plan of companies (Development of impact assessment methods for policies and measures carried out within the framework of the federal climate policy (not finalised yet) - 2017 - ICEDD - Aether - TMl - TNO) www.climat.be/evaluation-PAMs Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Belgium_24 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam24 IP-A02 bis : Long Term energy/CO2 efficiency Agreements (LTA) in the industrial sector - Stage 2 Single 24 Single PaM Voluntary Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Regional Regional: Flanders : VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie & AwAC 2015 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Flanders : energy intensive companies with a total annual primary energy consumption of at least 0.1 PJ are encouraged to further reduce their energy consumption by signing the energy policy agreement with the Government of Flanders. Enterprises (directly or through their professional association) make a voluntary commitment to draft an energy plan, implement all economically viable rational use of energy (RUE) investments, and conduct a study on the potential for combines heat and power (CHP), and heat and cold networks. For non-ETS companies economically viable investments are defined as investments that haven an IRR of 12.5%. The Internal rate of return (IRR) of investments with an IRR between 10% and 12.5% needs to be recalculated every year. For Emission trading system (ETS) companies economically viable investments are defined as investments that haven an IRR of 14%. The IRR of investments with an IRR between 10% and 14% needs to be recalculated every year. In Wallonia, agreement are prolongated until 2020, based now on investments presenting a payback time up to 5 years. Additional commitments for industries are the establishment of a CO2 mapping of their activities (carbon balance of the site or greenhouse gas (GHG) life cycle analysis of main products) and feasibility study of potential renewable energy systems (RES) implementation on the industrial site. Each federation shall establish an energy/GHG roadmap to 2050. 2020 Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; RES directive 2009/28/EC
Belgium_19 Belgium 2923 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam19 EC-C02bis : Energy performance and certification of buildings (services and communities sectors) Single 19 Single PaM Regulatory Adopted ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector 91 91 Regional Regional: Flanders: VEA,Regional: Wallonia : DGO4 Energie,Regional: Brussels: IBGE 2015 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/be/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwbkk9a/BE-adjusted.xml Transposing the energy performance of buildings directive in the tertiary sectors (additional steps): Wallonia : completing application schedule up to 2020 2020 91 91 91 91 91 91 Internal calculations Adopted 2015 With additional measuses Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Bulgaria_14 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam14 Waste: INTRODUCTION OF ANAEROBIC STABILIZATION OF SLUDGE WITH CAPTURE AND BURNING OF BIOGAS IN NEW PLANTS AND PLANTS UNDER RECONSTRUCTION IN SETTLEMENTS WITH OVER 20000POPULATION EQUIVALENT Single 14 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Expired ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies; Waste management/waste: Improved wastewater management systems Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies,Waste management/waste: Improved wastewater management systems Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Water 2013 Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC CO2, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml A cost-benefit analysis for each project should justify or discourage the recovery of methane. Practice has shown that it is technologically feasible and economically viable to produce electricity from the biogas emitted from the methane tanks of large wastewater treatment plants (more than 50 000 PE) in order to cover the main share of the energy needs of the plants. An additional effect of the stabilization of sludge at urban wastewater treatment plant will be achieved as a result of the possibility to use the stabilized sludge in agriculture so as to recycle the nutritional substances, to preserve the fertile soils and to limit the use of agricultural chemicals and synthetic fertilizers. 1 025 589 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2015 Number of plants with anaerobic stabilization of sludge Number In 2014 was developed and adopted a package of documents on technical assistance project supported by the Federal Environment Agency - Germany, which included: • a “National plan for the management of sewage sludge from municipal waste water treatment plants in Bulgaria“, including an appendix with case studies for the application of this plan in selected model regions, • a summary of this National Plan for the introduction of the concept to the public, • a “Technical guide on the treatment and recycling techniques for sewage sludge from municipal waste water treatment plants with references to best available techniques (BAT)”, as well as • a guidance in the “Preparation for decision-making in the field of sewage sludge disposal” for waste water treatment plant operators. 2014 109.884 Expired 2013 With existing measures Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC
Bulgaria_1 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam1 Energy: Improvement of production efficiency in existing coal-fired power plants Single 1 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Cross-cutting; Energy supply Cross-cutting: Framework policy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Cross-cutting: Framework policy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of environment and water 2013 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Improvement of production efficiency in existing coal - fired power plants. In 2007-2009 the average carbon intensity of electricity generation from coal-fired power plants is 1.2 t CO2 equivalent per MWh. Measures to increase the efficiency of production in a cost effective way can lead to reduction of this factor by approximately 5% -7% which is equal to 1.3 Mg tonnes annual reduction of carbon dioxide emissions from existing coal-fired power plants by 2020 or cumulatively 4.68 Mg tonnes of CO2 eq. for the entire period . The expected reductions in greenhouse gases is calculated on the basis of estimates as follows: 20% of the potential to be realized by 2014; additional 30% to be realized by 2016, 30% – by 2018, and 100% of the potential for reducing emissions as a result of the modernization of coal-fired plants within the period by 2020. These targets are cumulative respectively for the period until 2014 - the first two-year period, until 2016 – for a four-year period, until 2018 – for a six-year period and until 2020 - for the entire period by 2020. 4 680 000 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt For implementation of measure have been received reports from coal plants. Emission savings are realized by projects for: - modernization of generating capacities - clean technologies - reconstruction and modernization of infrastructure - diversification of energy mix - diversifying sources of energy supply. Third National Action Plan on Climat Change for the period 2013-2020 http://www5.moew.government.bg/?page_id=55394 2014 23 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Bulgaria_2 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam2 Energy: FUEL SUBSTITION – FROM COAL TO NATURAL GAS Single 2 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Government Government: Ministry of energy 2013 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The European Emission Trading Scheme and the competition on the electricity market encourage the transition to low-carbon technologies and fuels such as natural gas. Every 100 MW coal-based generating capacity substituted with natural gas will be reflected as a reduction of 450 thousand tonnes of CO2 per year. The target values are calculated by years and the commissioning of 100 MW is envisaged for the period by 2014; additional 100 MW are envisaged by 2016, another 200 MW - for the period until 2018 and additional 200 MW until 2020, or a total of 600 MW new, substituting gas capacity for the period 2012-2020. 11 700 000 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 MWh energy, produced with substituted fuel MWh Emission savings will be realized by projects for: - modernization of generating capacities - clean technologies - reconstruction and modernization of infrastructure - diversification of energy mix - diversifying sources of energy supply. Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Bulgaria_3 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam3 Energy: INCREASE OF HIGHLY EFFICIENT CO-GENERATION Single 3 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Government Government: Ministry of energy 2013 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The Energy Strategy of the Republic of Bulgaria envisages that the co-generation of electric energy will account for 15% in the electric energy mix by 2020. The co-generation of heat and electric energy improves the overall efficiency of fuel use and saves the primary energy needed to produce the two types of energy separately. The increased share of electricity produced by co-generation and the saved primary energy will be reflected as a reduction in the carbon intensity of the electricity generation mix. 1 600 000 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 MWh generated energy MWh In terms of the district heating companies generating heat and electricity power on co-generation (and / or trigeneration) principle, the Commission for Energy and Water regulation has three aspects – certification, integration of the quantities of carbon dioxide in the price of heat and electricity power and determination of preferential prices for sale of electricity produced by high-efficiency cogeneration. In 2013 38 certificates of origin were issued to 36 companies - producers of electricity in a combined way, and in 2014 were issued 34 certificates to 31 companies. In accordance with guidance of the State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission adopted with protocol decision № 30/24.2.2014 for the price-formation of heat and electricity power from co-generation are reported verified emissions of greenhouse gases and the allocation of free allowances to companies pursuant to art. 10c and 10a of Directive 2003/87/EC With the adopted Amendment of the Energy Act (in force from 05.07.2013) for the second half of 2013 and for 2014 there is proportional allocation of the burden of compulsory purchase of electricity from renewable sources between customers of regulated and free market. 2014 82.119, Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Bulgaria_4 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam4 Energy: INCREASING THE SHARE OF HEATING AND COOLING BASED ON RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES Single 4 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Sustainable Energy Development Agency 2012 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The measure is intended to create conditions for sustainable development of the district heating sector in Bulgaria and for substitution of conventional fuel for production of thermal energy with renewable sources. The introduction of renewable thermal energy will be gradual and will start with generation of 2% thermal energy from renewable sources in 2014 reaching 10% of the generated thermal energy, mainly from biomass. The cumulative effect of the measure will lead to reduction of greenhouse gases emitted by the district heating systems by 488 000 t until 2020. The contribution of the measure towards the national target in the field of renewable energy sources is relatively small - about 1%. 488 000 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 MWh produced annually from renewable energy sources for heating / cooling MWh For implementation of measure in 2013 18.9% have been share of electricity from renewable sources in the gross energy end-use consumption. 2013,2014 4113.74,3914.985 Progress reports https://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/topics/renewable-energy/progress-reports Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Bulgaria_5 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam5 Household and Services: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE MEASURES IN THE PROGRAMME FOR ACCELERATED GASIFICATION TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION Single 5 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of environment and water,Government: Energy and water regulatory commission 2013 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Introduction of institutional and fiscal incentives. Creating a competitive environment for the used energy resources. Introduction and promotion of flexible financial schemes - contracts for sale of energy. Incentives in case of combined and integrated solutions to reduce energy consumption. The Energy Strategy of Bulgaria envisages creation of conditions for access to the gas distribution system to 30% of households in 2020 and substitution of electricity used for heating purposes which would save households more than 1 bln. BGN of energy costs. The use of natural gas instead of electricity for heating and domestic purposes can save about 100 kWh/year at least, and up to 1800 kWh/year per household. The evaluation of the potential decrease of emissions was made with the following assumptions: a household with 3 members, an apartment with 70 m2 of heated area, without energy saving measures, using electricity for heating and household needs. The average annual consumption of energy for heating is about 11 188 kWh. In view of the delayed implementation of policies in this area a conservative scenario with 15% gasified domestic needs was considered when assessing this measure. An emission factor was adopted with regard to electric energy as in the National Programme for Renovation of Residential Buildings in the Republic of Bulgaria. In the absence of reliable data and projections a scenario of even development was used for a period of 7 years until the total percentage rate of gasified households is reached in 2020. The analysis assumes that 430 050 households will be gasified by 2020. The effect of fuel substitution and the use of natural gas can be divided into direct effect – related to the efficiency of transformation, and additional effect – related to an environmentally cleaner fuel. The direct impact is related to immediate reduction of fuel and energy consumption, with the assumption that the energy consumption is reduced by 15% (pessimistic scenario) over the entire assessed period. It is assumed in this case that the old inefficient equipment (with higher coefficient of energy transformation) will be replaced by new one, while the different calorific value of fuels is not taken into account. In this case the substitution of the fuel base will lead to direct fuel and energy savings of 721.7GWh or 492.9ktCO2. The indirect effect is estimated at about 1983.4ktCO2. 65 The total amount of reduced emissions will be 2476.4 ktCO2. With the achievement of the 30% target set in the Strategy, the minimum savings of households will be 1443.5 GWh – direct savings resulting from the improvement of transformation efficiency, or 985.9ktCO2. In addition, the effect on the reduction of GHG emission will be a result of the use of an environmentally cleaner fuel and the total cumulative effect will be 4952.8 ktCO2. Main instrument for implementation of the measure is the introduction of institutional and fiscal incentives aimed at increasing the share of households using natural gas: creation of a competitive environment with respect to the used energy resources; introduction and promotion of flexible financial plans – contracts for sale of energy; incentives for combined and integrated solutions to reduce the energy consumption. In case of 30% gasification in 2020 , the investments of households for switching to natural gas are estimated at approximately 5000 BGN (between 1800 and 7000 BGN depending on the technological solutions) - according to a study carried out by the Strategic Consultant of the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism, selected at the end of 2011 under International Fund Kozloduy. The analysis is based on information provided by gas distribution companies and covers the households on the territory of Bulgaria that use natural gas for heating purposes. The required investments are estimated at 774 mln. BGN as a minimum, depending on the technological solutions. The implementation of this measure will have long-term effect on the amount of GHG emissions also after 2020. It is expected that at least 2476.4 kt CO2 will be reduced cumulatively by 2020. 2 476 427 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Reduced final consumption /minimum/ of households as a result of gasification GWh Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Bulgaria_6 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam6 Household and Services: RENOVATION OF COMMUNAL, PUBLIC AND STATE BUILDINGS AT THE PERCENTAGE RATE REQUIRED BY THE DIRECTIVE 2012/27/EU (built up area over 250m2 ) Single 6 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Ministry of energy 2015 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Measure implemented in connection with requirements of Directive 27/2012 / EU - 3 % of the total floor area of heated and/or cooled buildings on central government is renovated each year to meet at least the minimum energy performance. State-owned and municipal dwellings account for 3,1% of the total number of buildings in the country according to data from the National Statistical Institute. 64% of them are two-room and three-room dwellings, while another 22,9% have four or more rooms (we assume that they fall into this group). 3% annual sanitation are 4562 buildings are to be retrofitted by 2020. The thematic objective 4 "Support for the transition to a low carbon economy" of the financial regulations for the period 2014 - 2020 of OP Regional Development is to support energy efficiency measures in buildings. Measures are implemented in both public and residential buildings and their cost is estimated at about 950 mln.BGN. In the operational program are pledged more measures to be applied horizontally to the public health, social, cultural, educational and sports infrastructures, along with the envisaged construction and repair activities. 204 135 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Number of retrofitted state - owned and municipal buildings Number 2014 448.105, Implemented 2015 With additional measuses Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Bulgaria_8 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam8 Household and Services: REPLACEMENT OF THE OBSOLETE AND INEFFICIENT EQUIPMENT FOR PRODUCTION OF ENERGY WITH NEW EQUIPMENT Single 8 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Sustainable Energy Development Agency,Government: State Agency for Metrological and Technical Surveillance 2013 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures Directive 2009/125/EC COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 666/2013 CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The process should be linked to the activities for control and inspection of heating and air conditioning installations. The financial incentives should combine existing schemes with mandatory co-financing by the beneficiary. The measure is linked also to the activities provided in Second National Action Plan for Energy Efficiency in accordance with the Regulation adopted pursuant to Art. 15 of Directive 2009/125/EC establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-related products . The measure applies to the end-use consumption of fuels, their conversion into energy for heating, cooling and domestic hot water and to energy consumption. The assessment of the impact is made on the basis of the projected consumption of fuels in the Households and Services sector taking into account also other related measures. 72 383 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Reduced consumption as a result of improvement of the efficiency in fuel and energy conversion GWh 2013 6.41 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures
Bulgaria_9 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam9 Household and Services: DEVELOPMENT AND PHASED IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL PROGRAMME “1000 SUNNY ROOFS” FOR PROMOTING THE PRODUCTION OF HEAT FROM RES Single 9 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government, Local Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Sustainable Energy Development Agency,Local: Municipal administration 2015 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Commissioning of a bivalent system for preparation of hot water for domestic needs - evacuated tube solar collectors and heat pump units (air) for 1000 multi-family buildings (46 apartments, households with 3 members). The effect was evaluated on the basis of electricity, taking into account the consumption of the heat pump units. This program is not laid down in a national strategic document, however it is in line with the national RES policy and encourages the production of heat from RES. 164.9 GWh of electricity can be saved per year (by 2020) as a result of the development and implementation of this programme. 107 200 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Commissioned installations per year Number Implemented 2015 With additional measuses Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Bulgaria_10 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam10 Industry: AUDITS FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PRESCRIBED MEASURES Single 10 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy consumption; Industrial processes Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Other energy consumption; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Other energy consumption; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Other energy consumption; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Other energy consumption; Industrial processes: Other industrial processes; Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases; Industrial processes: Other industrial processes; Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Other energy consumption ('New co-generation plants for thermal and electric energy;'),Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Other energy consumption ('Switching from electricity heating to heating based on direct burning of fuels;'),Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Other energy consumption ('Building of new or reconstruction of existing plants for heat recovery from processes – so called “utilizators”;'),Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Other energy consumption ('Reconstruction of steam distribution systems, installation of steam traps, increasing the efficiency of the condensate recovery process, etc.;'),Industrial processes: Other industrial processes ('Improvement of technological processes, including improved control and management;'),Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases,Industrial processes: Other industrial processes ('Installation of absorption chillers;'),Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of economy,Government: Ministry of Regional development and Public Works,Government: Sustainable Energy Development Agency 2008 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2, HFC, PFC With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Industrial systems with annual energy consumption over 3 000 MWh are required to have their energy efficiency audited every three years. The prescribed measures are mandatory. Energy Efficiency for Competitive Industry is a new programme that provides low-interest loans to small and medium-sized enterprises. The total amount of funds under the programme is €300 mln.. €150 million of this amount will be provided by Operational Program Competitiveness and the remaining amount -from European Bank for Reconstruction and Development credit lines through the Bulgarian commercial banks. Eligible projects for funding are, for example: • New co-generation plants for thermal and electric energy; • Rehabilitation of boiler aggregates/boilers, improved thermal insulation, etc.; • Replacement of old boiler aggregates with condensing boilers; • Switching from electricity heating to heating based on direct burning of fuels; • Improvement of technological processes, including improved control and management; • Reconstruction of steam distribution systems, installation of steam traps, increasing the efficiency of the condensate recovery process, etc.; • Building of new or reconstruction of existing plants for heat recovery from processes – so called “utilizators”; • Installation of absorption chillers; • Installation of variable speed drive motors; • Reconstruction of compressed air systems - so called compressor installations; • Reconstruction of power distribution systems; • Introduction of systems for energy management of production or of offices and other buildings, etc. Large industrial enterprises will be financed under the green industry procedure of Operational Program Competitiveness. 1 778 000 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Total reduction in tonnes CO2 eq. Tonnes Implemented 2008 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Bulgaria_11 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam11 Industry: USE OF BIOMASS IN THE COMBUSTION UNITS OF INSTALLATIONS Single 11 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply; Waste management/waste Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Waste management/waste: Waste incineration with energy use; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Waste management/waste: Waste incineration with energy use,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of economy,Government: Ministry of Environment and Water 2015 Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC CO2, N2O, CH4 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The aim is to increase the use of waste as an alternative fuel such as: separately collected household waste (RDF); sludge from domestic sewage water; agricultural waste and waste from the food industry; industrial waste mixed with biomass. It is related to the ban on landfilling of biodegradable waste. The procedure for a green industry is intended to attain more efficient use of waste products. It is proposed to finance in the next programming period facilities that enable the utilization of sludge from urban wastewater treatment plants in industrial installations. 3 880 000total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Tonne reduced СО2 per year kt Third National Action Plan on Climat Change for the period 2013-2020 http://www5.moew.government.bg/?page_id=55394 2014 1084.322 Implemented 2015 With additional measuses Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC
Bulgaria_12 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam12 Waste: CONSTRUCTION OF INSTALLATIONS FOR MECHANICAL AND BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT (MBT) AND INSTALLATIONS FOR TREATMENT AND RECOVERY OF COMPOST AND BIOGAS Single 12 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling; Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling,Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies Government, Local Government: Ministry of Environment and Water,Local: Municipalities 2013 Yes Waste Directive 2006/12/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The measure is incorporated into the National strategic plan for gradual reduction of biodegradable waste intended for landfilling 2010-2020. As a result of its implementation for the period 2013-2020 5 289 000 tonnes of biodegradable waste will be diverted from landfills. 5 823 763 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Number of installations built Number Currently facilities for treatment of biodegradable household waste are operating in the country in the Regional Waste Management System (RWMS) in Varna, Plovdiv and since the beginning of 2014 a recovery system for green and food waste was commissioned on the territory of Sofia Municipality. The facility of mechanical and biological treatment (MBT) servicing the Regional Waste Management System (RWMS) in Varna is built under a public-private partnership contract and has been operating since 2012. The design capacity of a 12-hour reception of household waste is 390 tonnes a day or 140,000 tonnes a year. The facility performs pre-treatment of waste by way of separation. In separation, first eligible composting waste is removed from the rest. Then the process of separation continues to achieve separation of other waste types, namely ferrous and nonferrous metals, plastics, wood waste, glass, paper and cardboard. The separation is done by weighting principle, by size and by composition of waste. Separated fractions for composting are treated in a controlled environment, while aerobic treatment is carried out in closed tunnels. Another big facility for MBT treatment of household waste runs in the village of Shishmantsi, in the region of Plovdiv, which is in operation since 2009. This MBT plant has an annual capacity of 125,000 tonnes per year and serves the municipalities of the Regional Waste Management System (RWMS) Plovdiv. The technological process is identical to the facility in Varna. In early 2014, a bio-waste facility was commissioned on the territory of Sofia Municipality for food and green waste to produce electricity. Its capacity is 44,000 tonnes a year. In the process of finalizing the preparation or construction, with funding provided by the OPE 2007-2023, there are facilities for biodegradable waste recovery in another 16 Regional Waste Management Systems (RWMS), one of which is in Metropolitan (Sofia) Municipality, which contracted the construction of a large MBT facility. The total capacity of these plants is 322,884 tonnes a year and their commissioning is expected stepwise in 2014 and 2015 in several of these regions; in addition home composting facilities are provided for development. 2014 415.983 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Waste Directive 2006/12/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC
Bulgaria_13 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam13 Waste: CAPTURE AND FLARING OF BIOGAS IN ALL NEW AND EXISTING REGINOAL LANDFILLS, CAPTURE AND FLARING OF BIOGAS IN OLD MUNICIPAL LANDFILLS TO BE CLOSED Single 13 Single PaM Education, Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use; Waste management/waste: Improved landfill management Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use,Waste management/waste: Improved landfill management Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Water 2013 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The requirement for design and operation of landfills is provided for in Ordinance №8/2004. It is necessary to improve the control over its implementation. 360 mln. Nm3 methane will be burned by 2020 with the introduction of systems for capture and flaring of biogas in all regional landfills. The combined effect of the two measures is expected to be 5 070 122 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020. 5 070 122 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 By 2020 all regional landfills for municipal waste will be equipped with installations for biogas capture and flaring Number 2014 171.287 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC
Bulgaria_15 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam15 Agriculture: ENCOURAGING THE USE OF SUITABLE CROP ROTATION, ESPECIALLY WITH NITROGEN FIXING CROPS Single 15 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management; Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management,Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils Government Government: Ministry of agriculture and food 2013 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Rotation means science-based successive rotation of crops in time and place on a farmland. The period required for all crops to pass through all fields following the order of the crop rotation scheme is called rotation period or rotation. The introduction of sustainable crop rotations that include plant cover in winter and legumes (beans, soybeans, alfalfa, clover) will prevent soil erosion and will retain organic carbon (carbon sequestration), which is a potential tool for reducing greenhouse gases. The proposed budget for the measure is based on: 350 BGN/ha is the current payment for biological field crops under Measure 214 of Rural Development policy 2007-2013; 150 BGN/ha is the current payment for the introduction of rotation under Measure 214 of Rural Development policy 2007-2013. This measure covers: 20 000 ha, of which 60% in organic production. Organic production: 12 000 ha Х 350 BGN/ha = 4 200 000 BGN Crop rotation: 8000 ha х 150 BGN/ha = 1 200 000 BGN 6 356 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 ha with improved crop rotation ha 2014 512.926 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Bulgaria_16 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam16 Agriculture: MANAGEMENT OF DEGRADED AGRICULTURAL LAND THROUGH: 1. BIOLOGICAL RECLAMATION WITH TYPICAL FOR THE REGION GRASS SPECIES 2.IMPLEMENTATION OF EROSION CONTROL MEASURES AND SOIL TREATMENT METHODS Single 16 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Activities improving grazing land or grassland management; Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils Agriculture: Activities improving grazing land or grassland management,Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils Government Government: Ministry of agriculture and food,Government: Ministry of environment and water 2013 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2, N2O, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Soil erosion is a process of mechanical destruction and weathering of soil by the action of water and wind. It gradually reduces the amount of nutrients and the humus in soil. Erosion aggravates the structure, as well as the water and air regime of soil. The combination of the specific natural and economic conditions in Bulgaria is a reason for the high risk of degradation processes in agricultural soils. The most common processes of soil degradation include water and wind erosion, pollution, reduction of organic matter stocks (humus), compaction, acidification, salinisation, loss of biodiversity. More than 60% of the country is affected by varying degrees of erosion. 11.8 % of the country’s territory is severely eroded. 65% of agricultural land is threatened by water erosion and 24% is threatened by wind erosion. The average annual intensity of soil erosion varies according to land use, but soil loss in agricultural lands is estimated at 12.256 tonnes/ha a year on average. The water erosion of soil controls the stocks of organic carbon and their distribution on the landscape which affects the circulation of carbon, the content of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and the global warming. The proposed budget for the measure is based on reclamation of 2500 ha: • 2500 ha х 380 BGN/ha = 950 000 BGN Erosion control practices for 2500 ha • 2500 ha х 145 BGN/ha = 362 500 BGN The amounts used are under the current Measure 214 Agri-environmental payments under RDP 2007-2013 20 000 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 ha with implemented control erosion practices; ha In RDP 2014-2020 to measure 04 "Investments in tangible assets" includes sub-measure 4.4 "Non-production investments." In the sub-measure will be encouraged investments in non-productive activities, which are linked to the achievement of agro environmental objectives and targets in the area of climate change including those aimed at curbing soil degradation processes. 2014 12.432 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Bulgaria_17 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam17 Agriculture: IMPROVEMENT OF THE MANAGEMENT AND USE OF MANURE Single 17 Single PaM Economic, Education, Research Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Government Government: Ministry of agriculture and food 2013 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Production, processing and management of manure is one of the most significant sources of the greenhouse gas CH4 in agriculture. All activities aimed at storage and handling of manure should take into account both the type of manure - solid or liquid - and the technologies for gathering and processing. The investment support is crucial to motivate the farmers to build such expensive facilities. The proposed budget for the measure is based on: The average cost of building facilities for storage of manure for one farm with 50 cows is 130 000 BGN. 1000 х 130 000 BGN = 130 000 000 BGN For training: 300 livestock holdings х 690 BGN = 207 000 BGN 1 171 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Number of livestock holdings with improved storage ; Number Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Bulgaria_18 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam18 Agriculture: INTRODUCTION OF LOW-CARBON PRACTICES FOR PROCESSING MANURE Single 18 Single PaM Economic, Education, Regulatory Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Government Government: Ministry of agriculture and food 2014 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The introduction of low carbon practices for the processing of manure can reduce the emissions from its storage. This requires considerable accumulation of knowledge and experience at regional level, since the efficiency of the implementation of the measure depends on the conditions under which it is implemented. It is therefore advisable to establish model farms in different production areas of the country in order to accumulate practical experience that can be presented to the farmers. Given the resources required by such investments and the need for changes in the production process it is advisable to provide also investment support. The reduction of emissions depends on the type of animals: - holdings that breed pigs: 811 kg CO2 eq. per head - holdings that breed cattle: 78 kg CO2 eq. per head - holdings that breed sheep: 4 kg CO2 eq. per head - holdings that breed birds: 18.4 kg CO2 eq. per head The proposed budget for the measure is based on: For training: 200 livestock holdings х 690 BGN = 138 000 BGN For model farms – 1 000 000 BGN 753 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Number of trained livestock holdings Number In the Operational Programme for Rural Development 2014-2020, has not laid down a specific measure regarding particular rice production. With regard to activities related to the achievement of agri-environmental objectives, rice producers will be able to benefit from financial assistance under measure 04 "Investments in productive assets", sub-measure 4.4 "Non-production investments." Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Bulgaria_19 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam19 Agriculture: FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR FARMERS FOR TILLING SOIL/ STUBBLE Single 19 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal, Research Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils; Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils,Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management Government Government: Ministry of agriculture and food 2015 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Other EU: agriculture - farmers and foresters progress on climate-smart production methods CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The use of plant residues in agriculture requires both a change or adjustment of the production processes as well as investment in new equipment and machinery. This requires substantial financial resources and supporting them is appropriate. The efficient recovery of waste will reduce the need for burning stubble. The reduction of emissions is estimated at 3.62 kg CO2 eq. per tonne production. The proposed budget for the measure is based on: 5000 holdings х 45 000 BGN = 225 000 000 BGN 655 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Number of technically prepared holdings Number Implemented 2015 With additional measuses Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_20 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam20 Agriculture: Development of measures for targeted support of investments in rice fields Single 20 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Other agriculture Agriculture: Other agriculture ('Development of measures for targeted support of investments in rice fields') Government Government: Ministry of agriculture and food 2015 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Other EU: agriculture - farmers and foresters progress on climate-smart production methods CH4 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml In recent years, rice production in the country has been gradually recovering its potential. The introduction of low carbon technologies and methods is necessary, feasible and appropriate in this specific period. 10 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Number of supported rice producers Number In Operational Programme for Rural Development 2014-2020 was not set a special measure concerning the rice production particularly. As for activities connected with achieving agro ecological aims the producers of rice will be able to benefit from the financial help under measure 04 “Investments in production assets”, sub-measure 4.4 “Non-productive measures”. Implemented 2015 With additional measuses Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_21 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam21 LULUCF: UTILIZATION OF „NON-WOODED AREAS INTENDED FOR AFFORESTATION “ IN FOREST AREAS Single 21 Single PaM Economic, Planning, Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Restoration of degraded lands Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Restoration of degraded lands Government Government: Ministry of agriculture and food 2013 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The measure is consistent with the requirements set out in the Forestry Act (2011). The needed financial resources are estimated on the basis of the accepted mean values of investments. The implementation of the measure is important for achieving the goals of National Action Plan on Climate Change, because forests are a major carbon sink and a reservoir of 90-95% of the total amount of sequestered carbon in the LULUCF sector. Increasing forest area has an important role in offsetting the greenhouse gas emissions from other sectors. The afforestation of non-wooded areas in the long term will increase the capacity of the forests as sinks of greenhouse gases. 13 378 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 ha utilized areas ha The target value for 2014 of indicator of implementation is 120 ha utilized areas. At the end of 2014 are 847, 1 ha of utilized areas and has been achieved over-fulfillment of the target value. 2014 23.127 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Bulgaria_22 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam22 LULUCF: AFFORESTATION OF ABANDONED AGRICULTURAL LAND, BARREN AND DEFORESTED AREAS, ERODED AND THREATENED BY EROSION LAND OUTSIDE FOREST AREAS Single 22 Single PaM Economic, Planning, Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Restoration of degraded lands Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Restoration of degraded lands Government, Local Government: Ministry of agriculture and food,Government: Ministry of Regional development and Public Works,Local: Municipalities 2013 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The proposed measure corresponds to those with codes 223 and 226 under the Rural Development Programme. It is possible to apply under this programme with projects and to obtain appropriate funding. The needed financial resources are estimated on the basis of accepted mean values of investments. There is a potential for creating new forests outside the forested areas especially over the last two decades, when large territories of the agricultural land is not cultivated. The implementation of the measure will increase the absorption of greenhouse gases and thus contribute to climate change mitigation, to the protection of biodiversity and of the soil against erosion. To achieve the objective of the measure it is necessary, before undertaking afforestation activities, to make an inventory of the areas that are suitable for afforestation and to conduct applied scientific studies to evaluate their suitability and possibility for afforestation; appropriate recommendations for suitable species should be provided on the basis of the conditions of the places where they grow. 35 112 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 ha afforested areas ha The target value for 2014 of indicator of implementation is 300 ha afforested areas. At the end of 2014 are 447.3 hectares of afforested areas and has been achieved over-fulfillment of the target value with 49 %. 2014 11.218 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Bulgaria_23 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam23 LULUCF: INCREASE OF AREAS FOR URBAN AND SUBURBAN PARKS AND GREEN ZONES Single 23 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation Government, Local Government: Ministry of Regional development and Public Works,Local: Municipalities 2013 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The proposed measure corresponds in part to measure with code 322 form the Rural Development Programme that provides funding opportunities. The measure is also related to Ordinance № 5 on Spatial Planning Rules and Standards, setting standards for the surface area of public green areas in cities. The needed financial resources are estimated on the basis of the accepted mean values of investments. The expansion of urban areas and the intensive building in recent years is a prerequisite for significant emissions of greenhouse gases. Increasing the areas of urban and suburban parks and green zones and keeping them in good condition will contribute to increased absorption of greenhouse gases and to better quality of the living environment. The measure will contribute also to the gradual achievement of the standards for green areas laid down in the General Development Plans. 2 508 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Improved park environment, green areas and playgrounds m2 The reported value for 2014 is 971 153 m2 improved park environment, green areas and playgrounds. 2014 0.5 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Bulgaria_24 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam24 LULUCF: RESTORATION AND SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WETLANDS. PROTECTION AND PRESERVATION OF WETLANDS IN FOREST AREAS, PEATLANDS, MARSHLANDS Single 24 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of drainage or rewetting of wetlands; Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of drainage or rewetting of wetlands,Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Water 2013 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CH4, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The main instrument for the protection of wetlands is the Convention on Wetlands which is transposed in the Biological Diversity Act. The wetlands are designated as protected areas with priority or are included in Natura 2000. They will be subject to management plans that are currently being developed and that will be supplemented by special programmes for management in view of climate change. The needed financial resources are estimated on the basis of the accepted mean values of investments. Wetlands are characterized by great biological diversity and play an important role in carbon retention because they are among the most productive ecosystems. The restoration and the conservation of wetlands and woodlands and their proper management will enhance their efficiency as carbon stores. 4 681 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 restored / preserved wetlands ha For implementation of measure is completed three projects financed by the Operational Programme Environment 2007-2013: Project: ""Restoration, conservation and sustainable management of biodiversity in protected area"" Zlato pole””. Project: ""Restoration and conservation of the protected area ""Lozen Road ""- wetland - habitat of snowflake and sustainable use of biological resources."" Project: ""Reducing the negative impact of invasive species and restore natural habitat by planting native species kept in Srebarna Nature Reserve”. Project ""Preservation and restoration of 11 habitat types rivers and wetlands in the 10 Natura 2000 sites in the Bulgarian forests"", funded by the LIFE + Programme of the European Union". 2014 1.872 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Bulgaria_25 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam25 LULUCF: RESTORATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PROTECTIVE FOREST BELTS AND NEW ANTI-EROSION AFFORESTATION Single 25 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances; Land use, land use change and forestry: Other Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances,Land use, land use change and forestry: Other ('Updating the programme for restoration of shelter belts and provision of funding for related investments') Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture and Food,Government: Executive Forests Agency 2013 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The first step is to update the programme for restoration of shelter belts and the specific activities will commence after its approval. Besides the direct effect for absorption of carbon by the new forests in these zones, there are also significant indirect effects associated with preventing wind erosion after the restoration of belts. The information on the areas and the funds necessary for the restoration is provided by Executive Forests Agency. 8 360 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 restored forest belts ha Afforestation has beneficial effects on soil, water, air and biodiversity. Therefore provides for the planting of local tree species on abandoned agricultural land, forest areas, eroded and threatened by erosion areas outside forest areas, creation / restoration of forest belts. 2014 22.875 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Bulgaria_26 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam26 LULUCF: INCREASING THE DENSITY IN NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL PLANTATIONS Single 26 Single PaM Planning, Regulatory, Research Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhancing production in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhancing production in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture and Food,Government: Executive Forests Agency 2013 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml A first step can be the assignment of scientific studies followed by amendments to the regulations. Activities will commence on this basis with the view of increasing the density in the listed plantations by supporting their natural regeneration or using other methods. The information on the areas and the necessary funding is provided by Executive Forests Agency. 16 720 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 plantations with density increased by at least 20 % ha 2014 0.65 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Bulgaria_27 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam27 Transport: REHABILITATION AND MODERNIZATION OF THE EXISTING ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE TO ENSURE OPTIMUM SPEED AND OPTIMUM DRIVING MODES OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINES Single 27 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Government Government: Ministry of Finance,Government: Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications,Government: Ministry of Regional development and Public Works,Government: Road Infrastructure Agency 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Other EU: transport - Strategy for low-emission mobility CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Assessment of the emission saving potential of projects for rehabilitation and modernization – within the European Investment Bank. Existing methodology of the European Investment Bank. (http://www.eib.org/attachments/strategies/footprint_summary_of_the_methodologies_en.pdf) 542 496 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Emission savings from km. rehabilitated infrastructure For implementation of the measure have been realized: Projects funded under the Operational Programme Transport - building lots of highways Trakia, Hemus, Maritsa - 15 sites with total length 318 km. Projects funded under the Operational Programme Regional Development - 22 sites: newly constructed or rehabilitated road infrastructure (roads II and type III) with a total length of 349.5 km. Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_28 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam28 Transport: INTRODUCTION OF INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS ALONG THE NATIONAL AND THE URBAN ROAD NETWORK Single 28 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal, Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Other transport Transport: Other transport ('integrated management of public transport charges, enhanced management of customer relationships, traffic forecasts, improved traffic management, traveler information and toll collection') Government, Local Government: MInistry of Finance,Government: Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications,Government: Ministry of Regional development and Public Works,Government: Road Infrastructure Agency,Local: Municipal governments 2014 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Other EU: transport - modal shift CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) encompass a wide range of technical solutions designed to improve transport by improving mobility and increasing the safety of road traffic. Telematics (a combination of telecommunications and informatics) uses advanced technologies to meet transport needs. Intelligent transport systems and telematic solutions help improve road safety, promote the efficiency of the used existing infrastructure and contribute to the reduction of environmental pollution through control over traffic flows and management of traffic volume. The intelligent transport systems in urban settings can include integrated management of public transport charges, enhanced management of customer relationships, traffic forecasts, improved traffic management, traveler information and toll collection. These systems apply advanced technologies to collect more and better data, to make a precise analysis of these data and to link them through more effective networks. The result: more effective, more efficient and better oriented towards citizens on the move services. 1 017 180 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Number of introduced intelligent transport systems Number Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_29 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam29 Transport: INCREASING THE SHARE OF BIOFUELS Single 29 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of Environment and Water,Government: Sustainable Energy Development Agency 2012 Yes Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Biofuels are fuels produced from biomass and used in transport. They diversify the energy mix and reduce the dependence on fossil fuels. The main types of biofuels are bioethanol, biodiesel, biogas, synthetic biofuels, bio-hydrogen, pure vegetable oils. The most promising projects in Bulgaria are the projects for production of ethanol and biodiesel. The consumption of biodiesel in Bulgaria in 2010 amounted to 38 911.13 tonnes. In the previous two years these amounts were respectively 4260 t and 6566 t. The Renewable Energy Sources Act (Art. 47(1)) introduces stages for the introduction of certain percentages of biodiesel and bioethanol content in the relevant fuel, as well as requirements to the types of biofuels and sustainability criteria which they must meet. 406872 total reduction in tonnes СО2 equivalents by 2020 2020 % content of biofuel % 2013,2014 149.243,162.155 Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC
Bulgaria_30 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam30 Transport: REDUCTION OF THE RELATIVE SHARE OF TRIPS WITH PRIVATE MOTOR VEHICLES THROUGH IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND DEVELOPMENT OF NON-MOTORIZED TRANSPORT Single 30 Single PaM Economic, Planning, Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Government, Local Government: Ministry of Finance,Government: Ministry of Regional development and Public Works,Local: Municipal authorities 2012 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Other EU: transport - modal shift CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Improving the urban public transport and non-motorized transport development. With the implementation of projects the following measures will be achieved: - Renovation and development of transport infrastructure and the ability to maintain a sustainable transport system; - Priority development of urban mass transport with fundamental development of the transport function of the subway; - Redirecting of the transit the automobile flows outside the city through construction of bypass routes; - Improving accessibility and connectivity between structural zones; development of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure; - Improvement of traffic conditions and parking. 678 120 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Change in the share of private and public transport Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_31 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam31 Transport: DEVELOPING AND PROMOTING THE USE OF BICYCLES FOR TRANSPORT Single 31 Single PaM Economic, Education, Information Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Government, Local, Other Government: Ministry of Finance,Other: Ministry of Regional development and Public Works,Government: Ministry of Environment and Water,Local: Municipal authorities;,Other: Non-governmental organizations 2013 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Other EU: transport - modal shift CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Project-oriented approach – specific implementation 1. Design and construction of new cycling infrastructure 2. Developing systems for use of municipal bicycles Trainings and campaigns 1017180 total reduction in tonnes СО2 equivalents by 2020 2020 Km of bicycle alleys km Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_32 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam32 Transport: INCREASING THE SHARE OF PUBLIC ELECTRIC TRANSPORT – RAILWAY, METRO, TROLLEY, TRAM AND METRO Single 32 Single PaM Economic, Planning, Voluntary Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Government, Local Government: Ministry of Finance,Government: Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications,Government: Ministry of Regional development and Public Works,Government: National Railway Infrastructure Company,Local: Municipal governments 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Other EU: transport - modal shift CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml OP “Transport” 2007-2013, Priority axis 1 “Development of railway infrastructure along the major national and Pan-European transport axes” provides for: modernization of the railway line Sofia – Plovdiv; reconstruction and electrification of railway line Svilengrad - Turkish border; renewal of sections of railway infrastructure on the railway line Plovdiv - Burgas (along Trans-European Transport Network); modernization of railway line Sofia - Dragoman (along TEN-T); design of the construction of railway line Vidin - Sofia. Given the crucial importance of the central section of Line 2, it is currently a separate Sofia Metro Expansion Project which is included in Operational Programme Transport, with financing by the European Regional Development Fund, with national and local co-financing. This stretch covers the section: “Road junction Nadezhda - Central Railway Station – Sv. Nedelya Square - Cherny Vrah Blvd.” International tender procedures were conducted in 2007-2008 for selection of contractors of this project and the contracts entered into force in December 2008 with a time limit for completion - autumn 2012. The expected effect of the implementation of such measures is reduction of hazardous and greenhouse gases – 90 500 tonnes СО2 per year. 1017180 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Share of public electric transport Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_33 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam33 Transport: DEVELOPMENT AND CONSTRUCTION OF INTERMODAL TERMINALS FOR COMBINED TRANSPORT Single 33 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Government Government: Ministry of Finance,Government: Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications,Government: National Railway Infrastructure Company 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Other EU: transport - Strategy for low-emission mobility CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The measure aims to achieve a two-sided effect, consisting, on one side, in increase of the degree of utilization of more environmentally friendly modes of transport and, on the other side, in the creation of favorable conditions for increasing the added value of transport activity with overall reduction of transport costs per unit of GDP. The expected results of its implementation are: • more efficient use of rail and water transport; • development of transport schemes and technologies meeting contemporary requirements with regard to environment and climate; • increased coordination and integration of different transport modes; • lower cost for passenger and cargo transport; • integration of the Bulgarian transport system with that of the EU and increasing its competitiveness. 406 872 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Construction of intermodal terminals by 2020 Number Projects financed under OP Transport 2007-2013: Construction of intermodal terminal in South Central Planning Region in Bulgaria – Plovdiv -The project includes design (completed in 2014) and construction (currently is in a process of implementation and is expected to be finalized by the end of 2015). Construction of intermodal terminal in Central-North Planning Development Region in Bulgaria-Ruse - Currently is in a process of implementation the project "Preparation of Feasibility Studies, Conceptual Design, Detailed Plan and Preparation of Land Acquisition Procedures for the Project." Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_34 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam34 Energy: Improvement of the operation of nuclear power plant Kozloduy Single 34 Single PaM Economic, Planning, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: Ministry of energy 2007 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Improved operation of Units 5 and 6 at Kozloduy NPP through the following measures:• conducted rehabilitation, reduction of losses from transmission of thermal energy and replacement of the subscriber stations;• introduction of the thermal energy accounting system that allows for regulation and reporting of the actually consumed thermal energy. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Bulgaria_35 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam35 Energy: Construction of small and micro Hydro power plants in different country regions Single 35 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory, Voluntary Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Other energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Other energy supply ('Electricity production from renewable energy sources') Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of environment and water 2007 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Hydro-power stations with capacity up to 10 MW are classified as small or micro hydro power plants. The potential for electricity production from micro hydro power plants is thoroughly studied and is assessed at 0.7 TWh per year. High investments costs and the low annual utilization of the installed capacity (app. 2,400 hours per year) impede the installation of new capacities. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Bulgaria_36 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam36 Energy: Upgrading of cogeneration plants and district heating boilers Single 36 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: Ministry of environment and water,Government: Ministry of energy 2007 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The introduction of new natural-gas combined cycle for replacing capacities at some of the existing thermal power plants and district heating plants forms part of the Implementation Programme for the Directive on Large combustion plants for the period after 2007. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Bulgaria_37 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam37 Energy: Decreasing of losses in the distribution and transmission networks Single 37 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Reduction of losses Energy supply: Reduction of losses Government Government: Ministry of energy 2005 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Directive 2009/72/EC of the European Parliament concerning common rules for the internal market in electricity and repealing Directive 2003/54/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml A reduction of the electricity losses will lead to fewer GHG emissions as a result of lower electricity production in coal-fired plants. According to experts assessment these are about20-30 % of the losses in transmission networks and 30-40 % of the losses in distribution networks. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_38 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam38 Energy: Heat transmission and distribution losses Single 38 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: Ministry of energy 2007 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Losses of heat can be reduced through rehabilitation, modernization and improving the exploitation of the transmission and distribution networks. A reduction of the heat losses will lead to fewer GHG emissions as a result of lower heat production in heat boilers. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Bulgaria_39 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam39 Energy: Biomass for electricity and heat production Single 39 Single PaM Voluntary Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Other energy supply; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Other energy supply ('Electricity production from renewable energy sources'),Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of environment and water 2009 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Support for introduction of biomass for heat and electricity production and diversification of energy supply 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2009 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Bulgaria_40 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam40 Industry: Reduction of thermal losses in industry Single 40 Single PaM Economic, Voluntary Implemented EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of economic 2009 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Conducted rehabilitation, reduction of losses from transmission of thermal energy and replacement of the subscriber stations; introduction of the thermal energy accounting system with possibility for regulation and reporting of the actually consumed thermal energy; 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2009 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Bulgaria_41 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam41 Industry: Natural gas supply to the industry by development of gas infrastructure Single 41 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Ministry of economic 2007 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Reducing the consumption of electricity by substituting it with natural gas will lead to more efficient use of resources, lower costs and better and healthier environment. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Bulgaria_42 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam42 Industry: Introduction of monitoring systems for energy consumption Single 42 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Reduction of losses Energy supply: Reduction of losses Government Government: Ministry of energy 2007 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Directive 2009/72/EC of the European Parliament concerning common rules for the internal market in electricity and repealing Directive 2003/54/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml These measures are aimed at improving the energy efficiency and at optimal utilization of resources and thus creating preconditions for increase in production competitiveness by reducing the energy intensity and the final energy consumption. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Bulgaria_43 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam43 Agriculture: Adoption of the best management practices for handling and using manure on the whole cycle including proceces of capture, storage, treatment and utilisation of animal manures. Single 43 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture and Food 2007 Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Manure is one of the most considerable methane sources in agriculture. Therefore all the activities related to manure storage and treatment should take into account the manure type –liquid or solid as well as the technologies for collection and treatment.The modern manure management practices, not applied in Bulgaria, include: engineering of standardized construction elements for manure disposal facilities, introduction of bulldozer cleaning and transportation of the dry manure in containers and others.In liquid manure management are used transportation tanks, underground disposal at cattle breeding farms and poultry-farming sites, separation of manure into liquid and solid fractional pig-breeding farms, etc. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Bulgaria_44 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam44 Agriculture: Improving fertilization practices Elaboration of irrigation technologies aiming at water use reduction Single 44 Single PaM Economic, Education, Regulatory, Research Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture and Food 2007 Yes Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml During the last years fertilization was conducted in an uncontrolled manner. The amounts of nitrous fertilizers applied to soils often exceeded the recommended ones. The requirements for quality of production and lower prime costs grew strict due to expanded import of agricultural goods from the neighboring countries. These products compete successfully with some local productions both for their quality and price. The appropriate fertilization and irrigation are preconditions for competitiveness of local agricultural production and reduction of N2O emissions. 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Bulgaria_45 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam45 Waste: Utilization of the captured methane for production of electricity Single 45 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy supply; Waste management/waste Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use Government Government: Ministry of environment and water 2007 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;RES directive 2009/28/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml "The electricity generation from landfill methane is subject to special treatment by the National Electricity Grid. According the Energy Law the Grid operator should purchase all the renewable electricity at preferential prices. As far as methane from the landfills is considered as renewable energy source the selling of electricity is ensured.The captured methane can be utilized in piston gas motors where electricity is generated. The received electrical energy from the burning of one ton captured methane is expected to be about 4.2 MWh under the assumption that the diesel-generators operate 6 000 hours per year.This utilization of equipment for electricity production means an installed capacity of19.517 kW." 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; RES directive 2009/28/EC
Bulgaria_46 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam46 Energy: Accelerated development of hydro energy (Construction of hydro cascade Gorna Arda and Sredna Vucha) Single 46 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Ministry of energy 2007 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml The main instrument for the protection of wetlands is the Convention on Wetlands which is transposed in the Biological Diversity Act. The wetlands are designated as protected areas with priority or are included in Natura 2000. They will be subject to management plans that are currently being developed and that will be supplemented by special programmes for management in view of climate change.The needed financial resources are estimated on the basis of the accepted mean values of investments. Wetlands are characterized by great biological diversity and play an important role in carbon retention because they are among the most productive ecosystems. The restoration and the conservation of wetlands and woodlands and their proper management will enhance their efficiency as carbon stores." 2020 Reduced CO2 emissions (for a year, not cumulative) kt Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Bulgaria_7 Bulgaria 2921 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam7 Household and Services: INTRODUCTION OF MANDATORY ENERGY EFFICIENCY SCHEME (REDUCTION OF FUEL AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN THE FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION) Single 7 Single PaM Regulatory Adopted ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Ministry of energy,Government: Sustainable Energy Development Agency 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/bg/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwa07fa/BG-adjusted.xml Precondition for achieving the estimated effect are the regulatory changes with the view of introducing a requirement for specific (proportional) annual reduction of the amount of energy provided on the market by distribution companies and traders in energy (end-use consumption). Market mechanisms and incentives to reduce fuel and energy consumption need to be established along with mandatory schemes and market of energy services (market of “white” certificates/ certificates of energy savings). The measure is consistent with the policy proposed by the EC to improve the energy efficiency in end-use consumption by saving annually fuel and energy equivalent to 1.5% of the energy provided by distribution companies and traders in energy on the market for the previous year (excluding energy in transport). The annual energy savings, respectively obligations, will be constant value (expressed in percentage) until 2020. To introduce such a scheme it is necessary to undertake appropriate legislative changes and to prepare its structure and operation. The responsible persons will be determined in the course of development of the scheme. These can be both traders in fuel and energy or end consumers. The actual reduction of fuel and energy consumption occurs in end-use consumption and should be a result of implemented measures. The anticipated effect is determined on the basis of projected fuel and energy consumption in the Industry and Household sectors where the consumption is expected to decrease by 1,5% on an annual basis. The decrease in final fuel and energy consumption according to the objectives will lead to reduction of emissions as follows: 40.5ktCO2eq. (by 2016); 41.4 ktCO2eq. (by 2020). 105 173 total reduction in tonnes СО2 eq. by 2020 2020 Reduction of fuel and energy consumption on an annual basis compared to the consumption over the previous year in the Household and Services Sector GWh With following measures: • Windows replacement; • Walls insulations; • Floor insulations; • Ceiling insulations; • Heating systems and gasification; • Effective lightening; • Energy consumption management and control tools; • Renewable energy sources – solar panels; will be achieved goals of the PAM. Adopted 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_1 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam1 MEN-1: National Plan for the Increase of the Number of Nearly-Zero Energy Buildings Single 1 Single PaM Economic, Planning, Regulatory Adopted ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning 2014 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml According to the Directive 2010/31/EU on Energy Performance of Buildings (EPBD), MS have to ensure that after 31st December 2020 all new buildings are build according to nearly zero energy (nZEB) standard for buildings, and all new buildings in which stay or are owned by the public bodies should be built according to the nZEB standard after 31st December 2018. The calculations of the cost-optimal levels of minimum criteria for the energy performances of all types of buildings were done in 2013 and 2014. In Technical Regulation OG 128/15 the definitions of nZEB buildings were adopted to ensure to fulfilment of the requirements of the EPBD. National Plan for the Increase of nZEB buildings was adopted in December 2014. The Program for the stimulation of the building new buildings and renovation of existing buildings according to the nZEB standard is in the development. 2020 National Plan for the Increase of the Number of Nearly-Zero Energy Buildings http://www.mgipu.hr/doc/Propisi/PLAN_PBZ_0_energije_do_2020.pdf Adopted 2014 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Croatia_2 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam2 MEN-2: Program for energy renovation of the apartment buildings Single 2 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 763 Government, Other Government: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION;Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml This measure foresees the continuation for the implementation of The Program of Energy Renovation of Apartment Buildings for the Period from 2014 to 2020 (OG 78/14), with the focus on the buildings built before the 1987 and with the goal for their renovation to the B, A or A+ energy class. The main source of the funding is based on the EU structural and investment funds (EU SIF), precisely from the European Fund for the Regional Development. The goal is to increase the yearly renovation share from 1% to 2% of the surface of the apartment buildings. The plan is to reallocate the funds available from the ESIF to enable the renovation to happen in the planned scope. Important source of funding of the renovations of apartment buildings in the Republic of Croatia were the revenues from the sales of the greenhouse gas emission allowances by the auctions. Renovation of 2% of apartment buildings annually 2023 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan for the Period 2017-2019 303 460 Technical basis for the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf -9 Estimated potential for GHG savings and cost and benefits of the measure include the renovation of all buildings, not just apartment buildings. The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs of the measure for 2030 are part of the WAM scenario. With inclusion of estimated environmental and social co-benefits, net costs amount to -116 EUR/tCO2eq. Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION; Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_3 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam3 MEN-3: Program for the increase of energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources in commercial non-residential buildings Single 3 Single PaM Economic Adopted ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2017 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION;RES directive 2009/28/EC;Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The measure builds up on The Program of Energy Renovation of Commercial Non-residential Buildings for the Period from 2014 to 2020 (OG 98/14) with the plan allocate the funds available from the EU SIF for the implementation of the measures, with the focus to tourism and trade sectors. The funds will be allocated in grants and through the advanced financial instruments and in accordance with the EU regulations 651/2014 and 1407/2013 on state aid in EU. Important source of funding of the use of renewable energy sources in commercial non-residential buildings in the Republic of Croatia were the revenues from the sales of the greenhouse gas emission allowances by the auctions. 2023 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan for the Period 2017-2019 Adopted 2017 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION; RES directive 2009/28/EC; Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_4 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam4 MEN-4: Program for the Energy Renovation of the Family Houses Single 4 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government, Other Government: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning,Government: Ministry for Regional Development and EU Funds,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The measure is based on The Program of Energy Renovation of Family Houses for the Period from 2014 to 2020 (OG 43/14), but with the plan to allocate also the funds from the EU SIF and to advance the financial models to activate the private capital. The goal is to support the renovation of 4000 houses in Croatia annually. Important source of funding of the renovations of family dwellings in the Republic of Croatia were the revenues from the sales of the greenhouse gas emission allowances by the auctions. Support the renovation of 4000 houses annually 2020 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan for the Period 2017-2019 Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Croatia_5 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam5 MEN-5: Program for the energy renovation of public buildings Single 5 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government, Other Government: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning, Environmental Protection,Other: Energy Efficiency Fund,Other: Agency for Legal Affairs and Real Estate 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION;Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The measure is based on the Programme for the Energy Renovation of Public Buildings 2014 - 2015 (Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning, 2014) and the Programme for the Energy Renovation of Public Buildings 2016 - 2020 (Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning, 2017). The main source of finances in period 2016-2020 will be on the EU SIF, Operational Programme Competitiveness and cohesion for the period from 2014 to 2020, under Priority Axis 4 - Promotion of energy efficiency and renewable energy sources. The funds will be allocated with the goal to activate the private capital and ESCO market. The plan is to renovate the 9,46% of the total surface of the public buildings until 2020. Important source of funding of the renovations of public buildings in the Republic of Croatia were the revenues from the sales of the greenhouse gas emission allowances by the auctions. Renovation of the 9,46% of the total surface of the public buildings until 2020 2020 Program for the energy renovation of public buildings for the period 2016-2020 http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2017_03_22_508.html Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION; Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_6 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam6 MEN-6: Energy management in the public sector Single 6 Single PaM Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Other Other: Agency for Legal Affairs and Real Estate,Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Energy management in the public sector include implementation of continuous and systematic measurement, planning and improvements of the energy use in public sector. It includes the use of national information system on energy management ISGE . Energy Management Information System (ISGE), which was supported and established by the UNDP, GEF, the Fund and the Croatian Government, is used as a national tool for systematic energy and water management in public buildings. ISGE is under the competence of the Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning and Agency for Transactions and Mediation in Immovable Properties (APN). The measure is regulated by the Energy Efficiency Act (OG 127/14), Directive 2012/27/EU on Energy Efficiency, Ordinance on Energy Management (OG 18/15) and Methodology on Energy Management (OG 18/15). In the period 2017-2019 the focus will be on the automation of the data collection of the consumption of energy and water, reporting and verification of energy savings and education of associates. 2019 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_7 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam7 MEN-7: Measurement and informative calculation of energy consumption Single 7 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Companies, Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Companies: Energy distributors 2014 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Law on Energy Efficiency (OG 127/14) stipulates that energy distributors ensure that, to the extent that is technically possible, financially reasonable and proportionate in view of the potential energy savings, final customers of energy and hot water in homes acquire individual meters at competitive prices that accurately reflect the actual energy consumption of end customers. Energy supplier shall free of charge on request of the end customer at least once a year provide information on the calculation of electricity, heat or gas and previous consumption of the end customer. Legible and understandable energy bills (electricity, heat and natural gas) and individual consumption metering are obligation of distribution system operators and suppliers. This will increase consumer awareness of the way in which they consume the energy. The bills should include comparisons of consumption for the current year and for the corresponding period of the previous year, as well as information on available energy efficiency measures. 2019 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_8 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam8 MEN-8: Labelling the energy efficiency of household appliances Single 8 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2014 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Scheme of labelling the energy efficiency of household appliances is legally prescribed in the Regulations on Energy Labelling of Household Appliances (OG 130/2007, 101/2011, 48/13, 127/14). It is prescribed that energy efficiency label have to be marked on all household appliances that use electricity and are placed on the Croatian market, whether they are manufactured in the Republic of Croatia or imported. By energy labelling, customers are informed about the energy consumption of devices and selection is directed towards more efficient appliances. For the implementation of these measures, a lot has been done to raise public awareness and educate in order to increase the market share of household appliances with A, A+, A++ energy efficiency class and reduce the market share of household appliances under class C. 2017 3rd National Energy Efficiency Action Plan http://www.mingo.hr/public/3%20Nacionalni_akcijski_plan.pdf Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures
Croatia_9 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam9 MEN-9: Eco-design of energy-using products Single 9 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances 202 Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2013 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Ordinance on establishing Eco-design requirements for energy related products (OG 80/2013, 127/14, 50/15), transposed the 2009/125/EZ Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 the October 2009 about establishing a framework for determining the Eco-design requirements for energy related products to the Croatian legislation. This Ordinance established a framework for the setting of EU Eco-design of energy-related products with the aim of ensuring the free movement of these products on the internal market. The Ordinance provides for the determination of requirements to be met by energy-related products covered by implementing measures, to be placed on the market and / or in use. It contributes to sustainable development by increasing the energy efficiency and level of environmental protection, while at the same time increasing the security of energy supply. This Ordinance also allows the implementation of provisions related to the Directive 2009/125/EZ (air conditioners and fans, fan motor-driven, self-circulation pumps without seals, household washing machines, electric motors, non-directional household lamps, lamps directed to the corresponding equipment LED - lamps, fluorescent lamps, external power supplies, cooling devices, simple control boxes, electric and electronic equipment in homes and offices - mode, hold and mute, televisions, household dryers, washing household dishes and pumps water). The Ordinance came into force on the date of the Republic of Croatia accession to EU. 2020 202 0 Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf -27 The estimation of GHG savings potential include also measure MEN-8: Labelling the energy efficiency of household appliances. The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs of the measure for 2030 are part of the WAM scenario. Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures
Croatia_10 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam10 MEN-10: Promotion of energy efficiency and implementation of measures through energy services model Single 10 Single PaM Information, Voluntary Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Companies, Other Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority,Companies: ESCO companies 2007 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The goal of the promotion of energy efficiency is to raise the awareness of the persons and companies on possibilities and benefits of improving the energy efficiency. The leading body is the National Energy Efficiency Authority (NKT), which moderates and promotes the national web portal for energy efficiency www.enu.hr. Energy efficiency projects with implementation through energy services include modernization, reconstruction and renovation of existing plants and facilities with the aim of rational use of energy in a way to achieve the return on investment through savings in energy costs and maintenance. These projects include the development, implementation and financing to improve energy efficiency and reduce operation and maintenance. Areas of business are public and private sectors, i.e. buildings (schools and kindergartens, offices, hotels, universities, hospitals), public lighting, industry and power supply systems (cogeneration, district heating). 2025 Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_11 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam11 MEN-11: Program for the reduction of energy poverty Single 11 Single PaM Economic, Education Planned ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry for Demography, Family, Youth and Social Policy,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2017 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The reduction of the energy poverty in Croatia will be accomplished through three activities: development of the Program for the Reduction of the Energy Poverty; capacity building of the institutions for the reduction of the energy poverty; and implementation of measures for the energy sand water savings in the households which meet energy poverty criteria. The financing of the measures will be based on the revenues from the auctions of the emission allowances from the EU ETS, and the goal is to implement the measures in around 330 households annually. Implement measures in 330 households annually 2026 4th Naional Energy Efficiency Action Plan Planned 2017 With additional measuses Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_12 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam12 MEN-12: Education in the area of energy efficiency Single 12 Single PaM Education Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Other Other: Croatian Employment Service,Other: Agency for Vocational Education and Adult Education 2012 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The goal of this measure is to set the education and certification system for the workers in the area of energy efficiency. The Ordinance on education and certification system will be developed and education of coaches and program for the education done in accordance with the CROSKILLS project . The important source of the funding will be through the EU SIF, Operational Program Efficient Human Resources. 2020 CROSKILLS projekt http://www.croskills.hr/ Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_13 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam13 MEN-13: National Program for the Energy Efficiency in Public Lighting Single 13 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector 112 Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Public lighting consumes around 3% of final electricity consumption in Croatia. By this measure, National Program for the Energy Efficiency in Public Lighting will be developed. The focus of the program will be on establishing the advanced implementation models to together with the efficient allocation of the funds available from the EU SIF based on the Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014-2020. The goal is to provide savings of at least 30 GWh annually. Savings of 30 GWh of electricity annually 2025 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan 112 0 Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf -43 The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs of the measure for 2030 are part of the WAM scenario. Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Croatia_14 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam14 MEN-14: Green public procurement Single 14 Single PaM Regulatory, Voluntary Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of the Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts,Other: Public office for public procurement,Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority 2014 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The goal of this measure is to incorporate the criteria of environmental protection in public procurement. Based on the National Action Plan for Green Public Procurement for the Period 2015-2017 with a view to 2020 (Ministry for environmental protection and Energy, 2015), the parties obligated for the public procurement should include environmental protection criteria. The goal is that by 2020 at least 50% of public procurement has incorporated the criteria of environmental protection. New Public Procurement Act (OG 120/16) prescribed the obligation for the economic evaluation of the offers, including evaluation of social and environmental criteria, which will be the strong stimulus for the green public procurement. By 2020 at least 50% of public procurement should have incorporated criteria of environmental protection 2019 National Action Plan for Green Public Procurement http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/nacionalni_akcijski_plan_za_zelenu_javnu_nabavu.pdf Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_15 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam15 MEN-15: Energy audits in industry Single 15 Single PaM Regulatory, Voluntary Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of the Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml With this measure, support to assess the potential energy savings in industrial plants through co-financing the implementation of energy audits should be provided. Scheme for Energy audits in industry includes: − mandatory energy audits for large companies (companies that meet at least two of the following criteria: total assets of at least HRK 130,000,000.00, annual income of at least HRK 260,000,000.00, an average of at least 250 employees during the financial year). The obligation is regulated by the Law on Energy Efficiency (OG 127/14), − voluntary scheme of energy audits for small and medium companies. Energy audits on a voluntary basis are supported by the financial assistance provided by the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund. 2016 Ordinance on Energy Audits for Large Enterprises http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2015_11_123_2340.html Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Croatia_16 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam16 MEN-16: Industrial Energy Efficiency Network (MIEE) Single 16 Single PaM Voluntary Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Other Other: Croatian Chamber of Commerce,Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2008 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml This is the voluntary cooperation instrument with the goal to promote the energy efficiency in industry sector, support the synergies of the processes where possible and facilitate the access to funds available through various options. 2025 3rd and 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Implemented 2008 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_17 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam17 MEN-17: Increase of the use of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency in industry sector Single 17 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors 293 Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2017 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The plan of this measure is to reallocate the funds available from the EU SIF, based on the Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion as well as funds available from the auctions of the emission allowances in EU ETS and direct them for the use of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency in industry sector. The allocation of the funds has to be in line with the Regulations of the EU 651/2014 and 1407/2013 on the state aid. 2023 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan for the Period 2017-2019 102 191 Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf -29 The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs of the measure for 2030 are part of the WAM scenario. Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2017 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_18 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam18 MEN-18: Feed-in tariffs and premium system for the support of the use of renewable energy sources in electricity generation and for the efficient cogeneration Single 18 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 1573 Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: Croatian Energy Operator (HROTE) 2007 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The main mechanism creditable for the past development of renewable energy sources are incentive prices (feed-in tariffs). The tariffs depend on the type of source, power plant size and amount of generated electricity. In addition to the system of incentives for electricity, generation from cogeneration plants provides adoption of appropriate regulations to promote the heat generation from cogeneration (defining the status of eligible heat producer). Act on Renewable Energy Sources and Efficient Cogeneration (OG 100/15) was adopted in 2015 and modified the existing system from the feed-in tariffs to premium. The bylaws still have to be adopted and no tender has been done in line with the new model. 2030 Act on Renewable Energy Sources 1424 149 http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2015_09_100_1937.html Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf 5 The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs of the measure for 2030 are part of the WAM scenario. The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs of the measure include development of all RES projects (except large HPP). However, it is expected that some port of them, namely solar PV system will be developed on market conditions. Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Croatia_19 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam19 MEN-19: Program for the Energy Efficiency in Heating and Cooling Single 19 Single PaM Economic, Information, Regulatory Adopted EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Energy supply: Reduction of losses Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Energy supply: Reduction of losses Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning 2016 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The Program (Ministry of Economy, 2016) analysed the potential for the development of the district heating systems, mapped the energy consumption and production of heat, explored the potential for additional highly efficient cogeneration and evaluated the possible support mechanisms for the efficient cogeneration. The Program set out the guidelines for development of the heating and cooling sector and primary energy savings. 2030 Program for the Energy Efficiency in Heating and Cooling https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/DOC_88244.pdf Adopted 2016 With additional measuses Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC
Croatia_20 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam20 MEN-20: Promotion of the use of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency by HBOR-a (Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development) Single 20 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Other Other: Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development (HBOR) 2009 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml For the purpose of financing the environmental protection projects, HBOR extends loans through the Loan programme for the Preparation of Renewable Energy Resources and Loan Programme for the Financing of Projects of Environmental protection, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Sources. The goal of the loan program of environmental projects, energy efficiency and renewable energy sources is the realization of investment projects focused on environmental protection, improving energy efficiency and promoting renewable energy. Loans are intended for investment in land, buildings, equipment and devices. Final user may be local and territorial (regional) governments, utility companies, companies, dealers and other legal entities. Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development https://www.hbor.hr/en/ Implemented 2009 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Croatia_21 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam21 MEN-21: Promotion of the use of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency by FZOEU (The Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund) resources Single 21 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented ESD, EU ETS Cross-cutting; Energy consumption; Energy supply; Transport; Waste management/waste Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling; Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling; Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Improved behaviour; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling,Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling,Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Improved behaviour,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2004 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;RES directive 2009/28/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC;Waste Directive 2006/12/EC CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund provides funding for the preparation, implementation and development of programs and projects in the field of environmental protection, energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources and climate change mitigation. Funds for financing are provided from the revenues raised by environmental polluters, which includes fees for nitrogen oxides, sulphur dioxide and carbon dioxide emissions, fees for burdening the environment with waste, environmental user fees and special fees for the environment for motor vehicles. Resources of the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund are allocated to projects, which improve energy efficiency, including cogeneration, district heating systems, energy audits and demonstration activities, public lighting projects, fuel replacement and waste heat use and projects in the field of building construction and sustainable construction. Renewable energy projects for which the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund grants resources include solar energy, wind energy, biomass, energy from small hydro and geothermal energy. The Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund provides grants to local and regional governments, companies, craftsmen, non-profit organizations and individuals, through loans, interest rate subsidies, financial aids and donations. For some tenders of the Fund, operators in the EU ETS are eligible, thus this measure has effects in the EU ETS and non-EU ETS sector. The Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund http://www.fzoeu.hr/ Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; RES directive 2009/28/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; Waste Directive 2006/12/EC
Croatia_22 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam22 MEN-22: CO2 emission tax on the non-ETS stationary sources Single 22 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of Finances,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2013 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;RES directive 2009/28/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The Regulation on Unit Charges, Corrective Coefficients and Detailed Criteria and Benchmarks for Determination of the Charge for Emissions into Environment of Carbon Dioxide (OG 73/07, 48/09) stipulates the obligation to pay charges on CO2 emission for all stationary sources emitting more than 30 tonnes of CO2 per year. Fee payers who invest in energy efficiency, renewable energy and other measures to reduce emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions are charged by lower fee. The Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund is authorized for accounting and collecting charges. The Law on Amendments to the Law on Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund (OG 142/12) stipulates that from 1 January 2013, legal or natural persons who own or use a single source of CO2 emissions, for which permits for greenhouse gas emissions have been obtained, do not have to pay fee. This means that from 2013 onwards measures apply only to sources that are not covered by the ETS. The amount of compensation paid by the operators of installations excluded from the EU ETS in accordance with the Article 27 of Directive 2003/87/EC on establishing a scheme for greenhouse emission allowance trading within the Community is defined by the Decision on the amount of the unit charge on greenhouse gas emissions for operators of installations excluded from emissions trading system. The unit fee for 2013 was HRK 32.78 for emitting one tonne of CO2 in 2013 (OG 105/14), HRK 45.40 in 2014 (OG 96/15), HRK 58.29 in 2015 and HRK 39.53 in 2016. The price for a present year is determined based on the average EUA price in the EU ETS in the previous year. Regulation on Unit Charges, Corrective Coefficients and Detailed Criteria and Benchmarks for Determination of the Charge for Emissions into Environment of Carbon Dioxide (OG 73/07, 48/09) http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2007_07_73_2280.html Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; RES directive 2009/28/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Croatia_23 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam23 MEN-23: Revitalization and energy efficiency in existing thermal and hydro power plants Single 23 Single PaM Voluntary Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Companies Companies: HEP-Proizvodnja Ltd. 2014 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The activities of this measure are related to the Croatian utility company HEP. As listed in the 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan, in the coming years the plans for revitalization and implementation of energy efficiency measures in existing thermal and hydro power plants include: reconstruction of water management system, new steam boiler, optimization and automation of hydro stations, revitalization of hydro power plants, reduction of own use of heat, new measurement systems etc. 2020 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; RES directive 2009/28/EC
Croatia_24 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam24 MEN-24: Reconstruction and renovation of the heating and steam network Single 24 Single PaM Economic, Voluntary Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Reduction of losses; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy supply: Reduction of losses,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Companies, Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Companies: HEP-Toplinarstvo d.o.o. 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Due to the ageing and damages of the heating and steam network, high losses of energy are occurring. The expected investments in the coming period will be provided from the utility companies and from the use of EU SIF, under the Operational Programme Competitiveness and Cohesion for the period 2014-2020. 2020 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Croatia_25 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam25 MEN-25: Operation of power system and development of the transmission and distribution network Single 25 Single PaM Economic, Voluntary Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Reduction of losses Energy supply: Reduction of losses Companies, Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Companies: Croatian Transmission System Operator,Companies: HEP-Distribution System Operator 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Croatian Transmission System Operator (HOPS) is responsible for the reduction of losses in transmission network, development of the transmission network and management of the power system. As listed in the 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan, HOPS will focus on optimization of network topology and reduction of losses and development of the network capacity. HEP-Distribution System Operator (HEP-ODS) is responsible for the reduction of losses in distribution network and implementation of smart meters for the final consumers in Croatia. The funds for the pilot project for the introduction of “smart grids” are available under the Operational Programme Competitiveness and Cohesion for the period 2014-2020. 2020 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Croatia_26 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam26 MTR-1: Providing information to consumers on fuel economy and CO2 emission of new passenger cars Single 26 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2007 Yes Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Pursuant to the Ordinance on Availability of Information on Fuel Economy and CO2 Emissions from Passenger Cars (OG 7/2015) each supplier of new passenger cars intended for sale shall provide consumers with information on the fuel consumption rate and specific CO2 emission of passenger cars. The Ministry of Interior which is responsible for the road traffic safety, on the basis of the Ordinance once a year, not later than 31 March of the current year, makes a Guidelines on cost-effectiveness of fuel consumption and CO2 emission from new passenger cars available for purchase on the market in the Republic of Croatia. The Guidelines contains required information for each model of new passenger cars available in the domestic market. Ordinance on Availability of Information on Fuel Economy and CO2 Emissions from Passenger Cars (OG 7/2015) Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011)
Croatia_27 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam27 MTR-2: Training for drivers of road vehicles for eco-driving Single 27 Single PaM Economic, Education Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour Government, Other Government: Ministry of Interior Affairs,Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund,Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority 2011 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The pilot projects were conducted and systematic training for drivers of road vehicles for eco-driving is implemented. This saves energy and increases the level of awareness of all citizens and drivers in the Republic of Croatia on advantages of this modern, intelligent and environmentally friendly driving style. Special elements are dedicated to education on eco driving for drivers of passenger cars, buses and trucks. 2020 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Implemented 2011 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_28 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam28 MTR-3: Obligation for the use of biofuels in transport Single 28 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars 118 Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2010 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The basic regulation that regulates and promotes the usage of biofuel is Law on Biofuels for Transport (OG 65/09, 145/10, 26/11, 144/12, 14/14). Based on this law, in 2010, the National Action Plan that promotes the production and use of biofuels in transport for the period 2011 - 2020 was prepared. The Plan establishes a policy to promote increased production and use of biofuels in transport in Croatia. The Plan contains a review and assessment of the situation on the fuel market for transport and air protection, comparative analysis, long-term goals, including the target-market of biofuels and measures to promote increased production and use of biofuels in transport. Measures prescribed by action plan included measures that promote the production of raw materials for the production of biofuels, measures that promote the production of biofuels with reference to the fee for promotion of production, measures that promote consumption of biofuels with reference to liquid petroleum distributors to place the biofuels on market, administrative measures and research and development activities. The National Action Plan for Renewable Energy Sources (Ministry of Economy, 2013) determined the goals and policies related to increasing the share of RES in final energy consumption by 2020 and in particular the estimated contribution of energy of biofuels in transport. In 2014 the national system was modified to support only the use of biofuels in transport, not the production. Croatia has to modified the system again in 2017 to include the provisions of Directive 2015/1513 (ILUC Directive) for the biofuels in transport. Share of renewable energy in transport at least 10% until 2020 Law on Biofuels for Transport (OG 65/09, 145/10, 26/11, 144/12, 14/14) 4 114 Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf -7 The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs of the measure for 2030 are part of the WAM scenario. Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2010 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC
Croatia_29 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam29 MTR-4: Special fee for environment on the motor vehicles Single 29 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of Finances,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The current system of paying a special fee for the environment in motor vehicles is regulated by Law on Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency (OG 107/03, 144/12), Regulation on unit charges, corrective coefficients and detailed criteria and standards to determine the special environmental fee for motor vehicles (OG 114/14, 147/14). Special fee is charged taking into consideration the type of engine and fuel, engine operating volume, type of vehicle, CO2 emissions and vehicle’s age. Regulation on unit charges, corrective coefficients and detailed criteria and standards to determine the special environmental fee for motor vehicles (OG 114/14, 147/14) Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Croatia_30 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam30 MTR-5: Special tax on motor vehicles Single 30 Single PaM Fiscal Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of Finances 2015 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml This tax is prescribed by the Law on Special Tax on Motor Vehicles (OG 15/13, 108/16, 115/16). The tax is related to the vehicles intended for use on the roads in Croatia in the moment of their first registration in Croatia. The tax depends on the price of the vehicles, fuel type and CO2 emissions. The hybrid and electric vehicles are not subject to this tax. Law on Special Tax on Motor Vehicles (OG 15/13, 108/16, 115/16) Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Croatia_31 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam31 MTR-6: Financial incentives for the purchase of plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles Single 31 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars 662 Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Electric and hybrid vehicles are due to the cost of technological development currently still more expensive than conventional vehicles using internal combustion engines. Electric vehicles are significantly more efficient than conventional from the standpoint of primary energy consumption and are almost neutral from the standpoint of carbon dioxide emissions provided that are powered by electricity generated by using renewable sources. In order to increase the share of electric and hybrid vehicles, subsidies for the purchase of electric and hybrid vehicles through a grant have been introduced. These payments are made from the income of the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund achieved, inter alia, by collecting special environmental charge for motor vehicles. 3rd and 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan 0 100 Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf 89 The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs of the measure for 2030 are part of the WAM scenario. The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs include the effects of electric vehicles and infrastructure. The estimated potential for GHG savings and costs are estimated based on the assumption of production of electricity from RES. It is expected that important part of the penetration of electric vehicles after 2025 will be without subventions. Technical Basis for the Draft of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of Croatia until 2030 with a view to 2050 http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/bijela_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Croatia_32 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam32 MTR-7: Development of infrastructure for alternative fuels Single 32 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars; Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars,Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Government, Local, Other Government: Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure,Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,,Government: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning,Government: Ministry of Finances,Government: Ministry of Interior,Local: Units of regional and local self-government,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Directive 2014/94/EU on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Based on the Directive 2014/94/EU on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure, Croatia has adopted The National Policy Framework on Development of the Infrastructure and Market for Alternative Fuels in Transport (OG 34/17) and the Act on Development of the Infrastructure for Alternative Fuels (OG 120/16) with the goal to promote and ensure development of the infrastructure. The measure includes development of the infrastructure for the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in maritime transport. The measures will be financed based on various models: from utility companies, by the funds available from the auctions of allowances in EU ETS, from the EU SIF, based on the Operational Programme Competitiveness and cohesion for the period from 2014 to 2020, under Priority Axis 7 – Connectivity, with the coordination with the local governance etc. National Policy Framework on Alternative Fuels Infrastructure http://www.mppi.hr/default.aspx?id=21836 Implemented 2014 With additional measuses Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Croatia_33 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam33 MTR-8: Promotion of integrated and intelligent transport systems and alternatives fuels in urban areas Single 33 Single PaM Economic, Voluntary Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars; Transport: Improved behaviour; Transport: Demand management/reduction Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars,Transport: Improved behaviour,Transport: Demand management/reduction Government, Local, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Local: Units of regional and local self-government,Other: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Traffic and need for mobility is one of the biggest pressures on the environment in urban areas. Increase in the number of passenger cars, the way they are used, intensity of traffic and unstructured expansion of urban areas largely reversed technological progress in relation to the energy efficiency of vehicles and emission intensity, including noise. This measure include promotion of optimization of transport of goods, integrated transport of citizens, intelligent transport management, promotion of car-sharing schemes, promotion of public bicycles and measures to support the development of infrastructure for alternative fuels in urban areas. With this measure, a gradual development of sustainable transport systems in urban areas of Croatia is provided where Plans for sustainable transport development should be drawn up as basic documents. These plans would include the analysis of the current situation, defining the vision and objectives, impact analysis and the adoption of measures for all types of transportation, distribution of responsibilities, method of implementation and monitoring mechanism. These plans would be brought on the level of major cities, they should be prepared in accordance with the European Commission guidelines and funded through EU programs and funds. In addition, incentives are expected and under the Operational Programme Competitiveness and cohesion for the period from 2014 to 2020 where under Priority Axis 7 - Connectivity and mobility, the development of public transport system with low levels of CO2 is planned. 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_34 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam34 MTR-9: Monitoring, reporting and verification of greenhouse gas emissions in the lifetime of liquid fuels Single 34 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: Croatian Agency for the Environment and Nature 2012 Yes Fuel Quality Directive 2009/30/EC;RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml In accordance with the Air Protection Act (OG 130/11, 47/14, 61/17), supplier that places the fuel on domestic market shall monitor greenhouse gas emissions per energy unit in the life of the fuel. Suppliers have to draw up a report that has to be verified and submitted to the Croatian Agency for the Environment and Nature. Pursuant to the Act, the Croatian Government's Regulation on the quality of liquid petroleum fuels and the method of monitoring and reporting and methodology of calculation of greenhouse gas emissions in the lifetime of delivered fuels and energy (OG 57/17) lays down the limit values of components and/or quality characteristics of liquid petroleum fuels, method of determining and monitoring the quality of liquid petroleum fuels, conditions for the operation of sampling laboratories and laboratory analysis of the quality of liquid petroleum fuels, the way of demonstrating conformity of the product, the name and marking of the product, way and deadlines for the submission of reports on the quality of liquid petroleum fuels and emissions reports of greenhouse gases in the lifetime of fuels and energy to the Croatian Agency for Environment and Nature, method of monitoring and reporting, methodology for calculation of greenhouse gas emissions in lifetime of fuels and energy, methodology for determining the level of greenhouse gas emissions in lifetime of fuels per energy unit for the base 2010, methodology for calculating the contribution of electric road vehicles to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the format of the report and the length of the storage and the manner of transmission of data to the competent bodies European Union. Decree on the quality of liquid petroleum fuels (OG 113/13, 76/14, 56/15) Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes Fuel Quality Directive 2009/30/EC; RES directive 2009/28/EC
Croatia_35 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam35 MIP-1: Reducing emissions of volatile organic compounds in solvent use sector Single 35 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies 23 25 Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Regulation on limit values for contents of volatile organic compounds in certain paints and varnishes used in construction and vehicles finishing products (OG 69/13) prescribes limit values for contents of these volatile organic compounds which may be placed on the market. Development and implementation of solvent management plan reduces emissions of volatile organic compounds and thereby carbon dioxide emissions. 23 24 24 25 27 27 Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2014 With additional measuses Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_36 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam36 MIP-2: Handling of substances that deplete the ozone layer and fluorinated greenhouse gases Single 36 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases 242 268 Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2014 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014;F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC HFC, PFC, SF6 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Releasing controlled substances and fluorinated greenhouse gases into air while performing activities of collecting, leakage testing, maintenance or servicing of appliances and equipment is forbidden. GHG emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) for the group consist of PaMs 36, 37, 38, 39 and 62 are included under PaM 36. (Measure 62 was added later and is therefore separated from other measures). Regulation on substances that deplete the ozone layer and fluorinated greenhouse gases (OG 90/14) 242 255 255 268 290 290 http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2014_07_90_1812.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2014 With additional measuses Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014; F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_37 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam37 MIP-3 Technical and organizational measures for collection, reuse, recovery and destruction of controlled substances and fluorinated greenhouse gases Single 37 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2014 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014;F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC HFC, PFC, SF6 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml This set of measures defines how the used controlled substances and fluorinated greenhouse gases contained in products and equipment must be collected, reused, recovered or destroyed. GHG emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included under PaM 36. Regulation on substances that deplete the ozone layer and fluorinated greenhouse gases (OG 90/14) http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2014_07_90_1812.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2014 With additional measuses Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014; F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_38 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam38 MIP-4: Capacity building and strengthening the knowledge of authorized repairers Single 38 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2014 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014;F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC HFC, PFC, SF6 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Education of authorized repairers (servicers) on collection and handling of controlled substances and fluorinated greenhouse gases during equipment servicing. GHG emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included under PaM 36. Regulation on substances that deplete the ozone layer and fluorinated greenhouse gases (OG 90/14) http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2014_07_90_1812.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2014 With additional measuses Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014; F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_39 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam39 MIP-5: Leakage detection of controlled substances and fluorinated greenhouse gases Single 39 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2014 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014;F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC HFC, PFC, SF6 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Technical measures to prevent or eliminate leakage of controlled substances and fluorinated greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. GHG emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included under PaM 36. Regulation on substances that deplete the ozone layer and fluorinated greenhouse gases (OG 90/14) http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2014_07_90_1812.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2014 With additional measuses Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014; F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_40 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam40 MWM-1: Preventing the generation and reducing the amount of municipal waste Single 40 Single PaM Economic, Education, Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling 405 1283 Government, Local, Regional Regional: Regional self-government units,Local: Local self-government units,Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2013 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Directive 2006/12/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CH4 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml It is the first in the order of priority in the municipal waste management, pursuant to the Sustainable Waste Management Act (OG 94/13). This measure is achieved by cleaner production, education, economic instruments and enforcement of regulations, and by investing in modern technologies. According to the Act, quantitative targets and deadlines for reducing the total amount of waste disposed to non-compliant landfills are defined. By the end of 2017, the maximum waste disposed to non-compliant landfills amounts 800,000 tons. Disposal of waste to non-compliant landfills in Croatia is prohibited after 31 December 2017. CH4 emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) for the group consist of PaMs 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 are included under PaM 40. Sustainable Waste Management Act (OG 94/13) 405 888 888 1283 1599 1599 http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2013_07_94_2123.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2013 With additional measuses Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Directive 2006/12/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_41 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam41 MWM-2: Increasing the amount of separately collected and recycled municipal waste Single 41 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling; Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling,Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies Government, Local, Regional Regional: Regional self-government units,Local: Local self-government units,Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2013 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Directive 2006/12/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CH4 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Beside the Sustainable Waste Management Act, the Waste Management Plan of the Republic of Croatia for the period 2017 – 2022 (OG 3/17) also defines the quantitative targets and deadlines for increasing the amount of separately collected and recycled waste. By 2020, it is necessary to secure the preparation for reuse and recycling of the following waste materials: paper, metal, plastic and glass from households and possibly from other sources if these waste streams are similar to the waste from households, with the minimum share of 50% by waste weight. CH4 emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included under PaM 40. Sustainable Waste Management Act (OG 94/13) http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2013_07_94_2123.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2013 With additional measuses Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Directive 2006/12/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_42 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam42 MWM-3: Methane flaring Single 42 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use Government, Local, Regional Regional: Regional self-government units,Local: Local self-government units,Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2013 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Directive 2006/12/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CH4 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The Ordinance on the Methods and Conditions for the Landfill of Waste, Categories and Operational Requirements for Landfills (OG 114/15) and Ordinance on the Waste Management (OG 23/14, 51/14, 121/15, 132/15) regulate technical requirements for landfill operation, which reduces possible adverse effects of landfills on the environment. On landfills where landfill gas occurs it is necessary to secure a gas collection system, and that gas must be treated and used. If collected landfill gases cannot be used for energy production, they should be burned in the area of the landfill and the emission of methane into the atmosphere should be prevented. CH4 emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included under PaM 40. The Ordinance on the Methods and Conditions for the Landfill of Waste, Categories and Operational Requirements for Landfills (OG 114/15) http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2015_10_114_2184.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2013 With additional measuses Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Directive 2006/12/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_43 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam43 MWM-4: Reducing the amount of disposed biodegradable municipal waste Single 43 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction; Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction,Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Government, Local, Regional Regional: Regional self-government units,Local: Local self-government units,Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2013 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Directive 2006/12/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CH4 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The aim of this measure is to reduce the amount of biodegradable fraction of waste disposed at landfills, thus reducing methane emissions resulting from anaerobic decomposition of waste. Pursuant to the Sustainable Waste Management Act, quantitative targets related to the reduction of biodegradable municipal waste disposed to landfills are established. By the end of 2020, the share of biodegradable municipal waste disposed of in landfills must be reduced to 35% weight of biodegradable municipal waste produced in 1997. CH4 emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included under PaM 40. Sustainable Waste Management Act (OG 94/13) http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2013_07_94_2123.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2013 With additional measuses Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Directive 2006/12/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_44 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam44 MWM-5: Use of biogas for electricity and heat generation Single 44 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction; Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling; Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use; Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction,Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling,Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use,Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Government, Local, Regional Regional: Regional self-government units,Local: Local self-government units,Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2013 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Directive 2006/12/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC;RES directive 2009/28/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CH4, CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The measure is associated with measure MEN-18: Feed-in tariffs and premium system for the support of the use of renewable energy sources in electricity generation and for the efficient cogeneration in the Energy sector. The main mechanism for encouraging the application of biogas for electricity generation and the construction of biogas cogeneration plants are incentive prices (feed-in tariffs) that depend on the type of source, power plant size and amount of generated electricity. Looking at the waste management sector, the potential reduction in greenhouse gas emissions of these measures is the potential to reduce methane emissions (resulting from the anaerobic decomposition of the biodegradable fraction of waste), which is used for electricity and heat generation. In Croatia, so far, 28 biogas plants (total installed power of 33.435 MW) and two power plants on landfill gas and gas from wastewater treatment plants (total installed power of 5.500 MW) are connected to the power grid, within the system of eligible power producers. Additionally, 23 biogas plants (total installed power of 23.084 MW) have signed power purchase agreements with the Croatian Energy Market Operator, but plants have not yet been put into operation (http://www.hrote.hr/contracting, at 15/05/2017). CH4 emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included under PaM 40. CO2 emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included in the Energy sector. Act on Renewable Energy Sources http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2015_09_100_1937.html Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Technical basis for the preparation of the Low-Carbon Development Strategy of the Republic of Croatia for the period until 2030 with an outlook to 2050) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Implemented 2013 With additional measuses Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Directive 2006/12/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; RES directive 2009/28/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_45 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam45 MAG-1: Change in diet of cattle and pigs and animal feed quality Single 45 Single PaM Economic Planned ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Improved livestock management Agriculture: Improved livestock management 17.8 Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture 2018 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Specific sub-measures within this group of measures which relate to the further improvement of cattle keeping, animal waste management systems, level of production as well as their diet (digestibility): the change of ratios of certain types of forage in the diet and the use of fat supplements as an energy source for animals and improving the quality of voluminous forage and improving grazing systems. These measures refer to the potential reduction of methane (CH4) and nitrogen compounds emissions from enteric fermentation and animal waste management. Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf -164.5 Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Planned 2018 With additional measuses Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Croatia_46 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam46 MAG-2: Anaerobic decomposition of manure and biogas production Single 46 Single PaM Economic Planned No information Agriculture; Energy supply Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture,Government: Advisory services 2018 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml With the introduction of biogas plants emission reductions is achieved through elimination of methane emissions due to the disposal of used litter and receiving electricity from renewable sources. The measure is linked to the measures in Renewable sources in the production of electricity and heat and Construction of cogeneration plants from the Energy sector. Anaerobic breakdown help biogas plants to reduce the source of easily degradable carbon in the manure that is applied to agricultural land, but it also potentially reduces the process of nitrification and N2O emissions. Planned 2018 With additional measuses Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Croatia_47 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam47 MAG-3: Improving cattle facilities and systems of animal waste management Single 47 Single PaM Economic Planned No information Agriculture Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems 6.5 Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture,Government: Advisory services 2018 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Covering manure storage places - creating a natural layer (cortex) with a natural (straw) or artificial material (porous). This measure reduces direct methane and ammonia emissions, although to a lesser degree they enhance the process of nitrification (porous material) and emissions of nitrous oxide. Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf -536 Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Planned 2018 With additional measuses Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Croatia_48 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam48 MAG-4: Improvement of mineral fertilizer application methods Single 48 Single PaM Economic, Information, Research Planned No information Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland 68.7 Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture,Government: Advisory services 2020 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC;CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) N2O With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Application of new slow-release fertilizers suitable for growing corn and wheat (fertilizers coated with polymers especially). Research suggests the possibility of reduced need of fertilizer application per hectare with unchanged or increased revenues, including reduced emissions of nitrogen due to soil losses. Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf -33.1 Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Planned 2020 With additional measuses Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Croatia_49 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam49 MAG-5: Hydromeliorative interventions and systems of protection against natural disasters Single 49 Single PaM Economic Planned No information Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management 25.2 Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture,Government: Advisory services 2018 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC;CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) N2O With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The reduction of nutrients leaching from arable horizon can be affected with the construction of drainage and irrigation systems; consequently, there is less need for nitrogen application. Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf 1085.3 Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Planned 2018 With additional measuses Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Croatia_50 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam50 MAG-6: Introduction of new cultivars, varieties and cultures Single 50 Single PaM Information, Research Planned No information Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland 12.6 Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture 2020 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) N2O With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Encouraging development, education and implementation of technologies at a national and regional level, encouraging the transition and adaptation of the entire production chain to produce new crops or enabling and encouraging the implementation of cultivars and varieties that are more resistant to drought and disease and have a lower overall carbon footprint. This, among other benefits, is aimed at reducing the need for the introduction of nitrogen into the soil through fertilizers. Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf 173.2 Stručne podloge za izradu Strategije niskougljičnog razvoja Republike Hrvatske za razdoblje do 2030. s pogledom na 2050. godinu (eng: Expert base study for Low-Carbon development strategy of the Republic of Croatia up to 2030 with 2050 outlook) http://www.mzoip.hr/doc/zelena_knjiga.pdf Planned 2020 With additional measuses Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Croatia_51 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam51 MAG-7: Rural Development Programme of the Republic of Croatia for the Period 2014-2020 Single 51 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Adopted No information Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Improved livestock management; Agriculture: Activities improving grazing land or grassland management Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Improved livestock management,Agriculture: Activities improving grazing land or grassland management Government, Other Government: Ministry of Agriculture,Other: Agency for paying in Agriculture 2018 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml One of the principal areas of institutional work of the European Union is the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Rural development, as the second CAP tier, is financed through the Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD). Development of the Rural Development Programme of the Republic of Croatia is a prerequisite for the EAFRD eligibility in the next period. Goals set by the Europe 2020 Strategy are also evident within three CAP goals: agriculture competitiveness, sustainable resource management and balanced development of rural areas. The Rural Development Programme should achieve the goals set by CAP through measures given in six priorities: − Promotion of knowledge and innovation transfers in agriculture, forestry and rural areas − Improvements in sustainability and competitiveness in agriculture, forestry and rural areas − Promotion of food provision chain, including processing and market placement of agricultural products, animal welfare and risk management − Revitalization, protection and improvement of agriculture and forestry related ecosystems − Promotion of resource efficiency and encouraging the shift to low-carbon farming, resilient to climate changes in the agriculture, food and forestry sectors − Promotion of social involvement, combating poverty through economic development of rural areas. 2020 Adopted 2018 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Croatia_52 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam52 MLF-1: Improving the reporting in LULUCF sector Single 52 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management; Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management,Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances Government Government: Ministry of environment and energy 2015 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml The Annex I countries of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, including Croatia as well, are obligated in accordance with Annex I to Decision 15/CP.17 continuously review the quality of the relevant technical elements of GHG inventory. Because of this commitment and the stipulation of Decision 529/2013/EU which obliges countries to prepare also reports on emissions/removals from the activities Grassland management and Cropland management and submits their final annual estimates for accounting no later than 15 March 2022, the implementation of this measures is still considered relevant. For the implementation of this measure, the Ministry of Environment and Energy published the list of projects recognized as needed in LULUCF sector securing the financial resources for the corresponding public procurement in 2017. Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Croatia_53 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam53 MLF-2: Preparation of cost-benefit analysis of afforestation on new areas and natural regeneration of forests as a measure of increasing the sinks in LULUCF sector Single 53 Single PaM Research Planned LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of Agriculture 2017 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Changes in the sinks of greenhouse gases as a result of direct land use change caused by human activity and forestry activities are allowed to be calculated in the national balance of emissions and sinks of greenhouse gases and used to fulfil obligations under the Kyoto Protocol. The aforementioned is stipulated by Article 3 paragraph 3 of Kyoto Protocol for parties included by Annex I to the Kyoto Protocol. By analysing the costs and benefits of afforestation on the new areas, possibility of increasing greenhouse gas sinks using reforestation activities on the barren productive forest floor will be investigated. Thus would justify introduction of possible incentive measures, such as the afforestation of fast-growing species and natural regeneration of forests, equivalent to measures for greenhouse gas emissions reduction. The implementation of this activity was determined in the Plan for Air Protection, Ozone Layer Protection and Climate Change Mitigation for the period 2013-2017 (OG 139/13), and its implementation originally planned for 2015 has been postponed and has been envisaged for 2017. Planned 2017 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Croatia_54 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam54 MLF-3: Implementation of Action plan for LULUCF sector Single 54 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhancing production in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management; Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of deforestation Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhancing production in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management,Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of deforestation Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of Agriculture 2015 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml According to the Decision 529/2013/EU , as a member of the European Union, Croatia was obliged to prepare and submit information from the forestry sector to the Commission in accordance with Article 10 of Decision 529/2013/EU. The plan was drafted and submitted to the EC on 9 January 2015, and will form an integral part of the national strategy for low carbon development. When developing this plan, the measures in the LULUCF sector of the Republic of Croatia were recognized and taken from appropriate strategies, programmes and legal acts such as: Plan for the air protection, protection the ozone layer and climate change mitigation in the Republic of Croatia for the period 2013-2017 (OG 139/13), Rural Development Programme of the Republic of Croatia for the Period 2014-2020, the Ordinance on multiple compliance (OG 32/15) and the Forest Management basis for areas of the Republic of Croatia for the period 2006-2015. The first report on the implementation of measures was sent to the Commission in line with the Article 10, paragraph 4. 2020 Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Croatia_55 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam55 MCC-1: Committee for cross-sectoral coordination of policies and measures for mitigation and adaptation to climate change Single 55 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD, LULUCF Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Competent Ministries 2014 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2, CH4, N2O, HFC, PFC, SF6 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml In accordance with the Air Protection Act (OG 130/11, 47/14, 61/17), for monitoring and evaluation of the implementation and planning of policies and measures for mitigation and adaptation to climate change in the Republic of Croatia, the Commission for inter-sectoral coordination of policies and measures for mitigation and adaptation to climate change (OG 114/14) was established. The Committee members include representatives of relevant government bodies and other relevant organizations, agencies and non-governmental organizations. The Committee members, activities and functioning of the Commission are determined by the Croatian Government on the proposal of the ministry responsible for environmental protection. Commission for inter-sectoral coordination of policies and measures for mitigation and adaptation to climate change (OG 114/14) Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Croatia_56 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam56 MCC-2: System for the Measurement and Verification of Energy Savings Single 56 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption; Transport Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles; Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars; Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved behaviour Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles,Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars,Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved behaviour Other Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority 2015 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml System for the Measurement and Verification of Energy Savings (SMIV) was established by the Ordinance on the System for the Measurement and Verification of Energy Savings (OG 71/15). It will monitor the energy savings and resultant reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. SMIV is moderated by the National Energy Efficiency Authority (NKT). It is the important component of the future energy efficiency obligation schemes in Croatia. Ordinance on the System for the Measurement and Verification of Energy Savings (OG 71/15) Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Croatia_57 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam57 MCC-3: Promotion of the use of innovative information and communication technologies (ICT) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions Single 57 Single PaM Voluntary Implemented EU ETS, ESD, LULUCF Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Ministry of Economy, Enterpreneurship and Crafts,Government: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning,Other: Croatian Agency for the Environment and Nature 2014 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION CO2, CH4, N2O, HFC, PFC, SF6 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Innovative information and communication technologies have an increasingly important role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing energy efficiency. Intensifying their use in public administration, services and manufacturing processes, will boost productivity and work efficiency and at the same time will reduce energy consumption and consequent greenhouse gas emissions. The measure is expected to intensify the use of innovative ICT and monitoring of actual energy savings and reductions of greenhouse gas emissions. Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; ESD_ANNUAL_EMISSION_ALLOCATION
Croatia_58 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam58 MCC-4: Emissions Trading System Single 58 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Energy supply; Industrial processes; Transport Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Energy supply: Carbon capture and storage; Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies; Transport: Other transport Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Energy supply: Carbon capture and storage,Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies,Transport: Other transport ('Emission reduction in air transport') Government, Other Other: European Comission,Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: Croatian Agency for the Environment and Nature 2013 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml ETS (Emissions Trading System) sector includes all activities listed in Annex I of the Regulation on trading with greenhouse gas emission allowances (OG 69/12, 154/14) and for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from these activities alone are responsible plant operators involved in the trading system. Reduction commitments through emission allowances allocated evenly have been distributed to all Member States with the goal to contribute to the reduction of the emissions by 21% until 2020 compared with the 2005 level. Thus it can be concluded that reduction of emissions of certain activities of the ETS is in fact regulated at EU level. From 1 January 2013, the Republic of Croatia is fully integrated in the EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS). Operators in Croatia - the pursuant in the EU ETS have obtained Permits for greenhouse gas emissions and have established a regime for emissions monitoring and reporting to the competent authority. Greenhouse gases covered by EU ETS are: carbon dioxide (CO2) for all activities and additionally for certain activities, nitrous oxide (N2O) and perfluorocarbon (PFC). Additional activity included in EU ETS is aviation. Aircraft operators in Croatia are included in the EU ETS from 2012 for flights to EU and from 2014 for flights within Croatia, and Croatia undertook to administer aviation operators included in the EU ETS from 2014. All operators, except electricity producers for the third parties sales, have submitted their applications for issuance of free allowances. Free allowances can be distribute free of charge for the installations that are exposed to the risk of carbon leakage to third countries, on the bases of benchmark established in accordance with values of 10% of the most efficient installations in the same sector. Operators, which will not have a sufficient number of allowances to cover their greenhouse gases emissions, have the option to purchase emission units through auctions. EU ETS https://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/ets_en Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Croatia_59 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam59 MCC-5: Use of funds obtained from the sales of EU ETS emission allowances through auctions for the GHG emission reduction measures Single 59 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD, EU ETS Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Goverment of the Republic of Croatia 2013 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2, CH4, N2O, HFC, PFC, SF6 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Of the total number of allowances designated for the allocation to operators and aircraft operators, in each year of the trading period, a part is distributed free of charge according to the above prescribed method. The remaining part is distributed to the Member States of the European Union and is subject to public auctions. Revenues from the sales of emission allowances through auctions belong to the member states and must be earmarked for activities that are directly associated with the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The Air Protection Act (OG 130/11, 47/14, 61/17) stipulates that Republic of Croatia for climate related purposes use all funds received decreased by 5%, which will be paid to the state budget of the Republic of Croatia to cover the costs of administering the emissions trading system, for administrative affairs, functioning of the Union Registry, auctioneers, National System for monitoring greenhouse gas emissions and other matters related to climate change. Plan for the use of funds obtained from the sales of emission allowances through auctions in the Republic of Croatia for the period from 2014 to 2016 was adopted by the Croatian Government (OG 140/14), while the funds are paid to a special account of the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund. The new plan is under preparation and will cover the period 2017-2020. Plan for the use of funds obtained from the sales of emission allowances through auctions in the Republic of Croatia for the period from 2014 to 2016 (OG 140/14) Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Croatia_60 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam60 MCC-6: Preparation of National Feasibility Study with the action plan for the preparatory activities for CCS projects in Croatia Single 60 Single PaM Research Planned EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Carbon capture and storage Energy supply: Carbon capture and storage Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy 2018 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;Directive on the geological storage of CO2 2009/31/EC CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Technology for carbon capture and storage for large emission sources is not yet commercially available. The possibility of commercial application is expected in the period after 2020. According to Directive 2009/31/EC on the geological storage of carbon dioxide, respectively Article 36 of Directive on industrial emissions 2010/75/EU, for power plants with capacity exceeding 300 MW which have obtained the construction permit after the entry into force of the Directive 2009/31/EK, it is necessary to assess whether the following requirements are satisfied: − suitable storage locations are available, − transport facilities are technically and economically feasible and − upgrade of the plant for CO2 capture is technically and economically feasible. If these conditions are satisfied, the competent authority should provide adequate reserve area on the plant's location for equipment for capturing and compressing extracted CO2. Due to described commitments for new thermal power plants, with this measure the preparation of National Feasibility Study with the action plan of the preparatory activities for CCS projects is planned. This Study will include stages of capturing on the sources of emissions, transport, injection and storage. The Plan for Air and Ozone Layer Protection, and Climate Change Mitigation in the Republic of Croatia for the period 2013 - 2017 (OG 139/13) Planned 2018 With additional measuses Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; Directive on the geological storage of CO2 2009/31/EC
Croatia_61 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam61 MCC-7: Energy efficiency obligation scheme Single 61 Single PaM Economic Planned ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption; Transport Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances; Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles; Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars; Transport: Improved behaviour Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances,Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles,Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars,Transport: Improved behaviour Government, Other Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Other: National Energy Efficiency Authority 2018 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml Based on the provisions of the Directive 2012/27/EU, Act on Energy Efficiency (OG 127/14), 3rd and 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan, Croatia plan to establish the energy efficiency obligation scheme for the fuel suppliers. The obligated parties will have contribute to the energy savings in final energy consumption. Save 30.908 PJ until 2020 4th National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Planned 2018 With additional measuses Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Croatia_62 Croatia 2905 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam62 MIP-6: A fee to cover the costs of collection, reuse, recovery and destruction of controlled substances and fluorinated greenhouse gases Single 62 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented No information Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Energy,Government: Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund 2014 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014;F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC HFC, PFC, SF6 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/hr/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwzwozg/HR-adjusted.xml An entrepreneur, who imports/introduces controlled substances and/or fluorinated greenhouse gases for placing on the Croatian market or for their own needs, is required to pay a fee in the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund. The fee is three HRK per kilogram imported/entered unused controlled substances and/or fluorinated greenhouse gases. GHG emissions reductions for years 2020, 2025, 2030, 2035 (kt CO2-equivalent per year) are included under PaM 36. (Measure 62 was added later and is therefore separated from other MIP measures). Regulation on substances that deplete the ozone layer and fluorinated greenhouse gases (OG 90/14) http://narodne-novine.nn.hr/clanci/sluzbeni/2014_07_90_1812.html Implemented 2014 With additional measuses Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014; F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Cyprus_9 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam9 Compact Fluorescent Lamps Campaign Single 9 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Expired EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Government Government: Energy Service - Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism 2006 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml The measure related to the free distribution of 6 compact fluorescent lamps to each residential electricity consumer in the period 2006-2010 by virtue of a decision taken by the Council of Ministers. Beneficiaries were all residential consumers of EAC falling within price categories 05, 06, 07 and 08, as well as all Non-profit Organisations, Churches, Schools, Welfare Associations and Charity Institutions. Families with many children and Non-profit Organisations, Churches, etc. were entitled to 10 compact fluorescent lamps. As it was impossible to distribute all lamps by the end of 2010, it was decided to extend the period of distribution to 2011 and 2012. 10491 toe in 2020 2012 energy savings Expired 2006 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Cyprus_1 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam1 Introduction and use of Natural gas in the internal market Single 1 Single PaM Regulatory Adopted EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels 1071 470 Companies, Other Other: Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority,Companies: Electricity Authority of Cyprus,Other: Public Natural Gas Company (DEFA) 2018 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Directive 2009/73/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 concerning common rules for the internal market in natural gas and repealing Directive 2003/55/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml The Government of Cyprus, recognizing the positive contribution that the introduction and use of natural gas will have on the economy and the environment of Cyprus, is considering the introduction of natural gas initially for use for electricity generation. It is however expected that after its arrival, natural gas will also be used in other sectors of the economy (commercial, industrial and transport). In the view of the fact that the interim solution tender process was terminated by DEFA without conclusion with a gas supply agreement, the Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism, in collaboration with the Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority (CERA), are examining all available options for the introduction of LNG in Cyprus as soon as possible and complementary to the supply of natural gas from indigenous reserves. The development of natural gas market in Cyprus will be based on the provisions of the relevant EU Directives including the making use of relevant derogations provided in the Directive 2009/73/EC concerning isolated and emergent markets By importing natural gas, apart from the reduction of emissions from the actual use of the natural gas, there would also be a positive contribution to emission reductions through the increased efficiency of the newer technologies used. Share of NG in electricity production Emissions per Electricity production t CO2 / KWh 1071 351 351 470 Not Applicable Not Applicable Adopted 2018 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Cyprus_2 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam2 Promotion of the utilization of Renewable energy sources in electricity generation Single 2 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Government Government: Energy Service, Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism 2013 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU Renewable Energy Directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml In order to promote RES in Electricity Generation, the RoC implemented Financial Support Schemes utilizing grants and subsidies from 2005 until 2013. This lead to significant growth of the share of renewables in Electricity Generation. In 2013, 50 MW of PV systems were awarded through a procurement process, several of which are in the construction phase. The competitiveness of Renewable Energy Technologies has increased significantly over the last few years due to the reduction of the technologies’ cost. As a result, the grants and subsidies for new projects were gradually reduced and phased out while new Support Schemes were put in place. The new schemes aim toward the electricity consumers and provide for PV installations, utilizing net-metering and self-generation. Moreover, in April 2015, as a result of the increased competitiveness, in addition to the net metering and self-generation schemes, the Council of Ministers decided that all commercial PV plants will enter the competitive market and will directly compete against conventional power. Currently the Trading and Settlement Rules are already under amendment and a new market model is expected to operate in 2018, which will enable renewable energy technologies to gain market share through effective competition. The Ministry of Energy, has recently formulated a new support scheme in order for new investments to take place in the context of the competitive market. The scheme provides that RES projects which have already obtained licences and permits required by law, may proceed with construction and implementation of the project. These projects shall receive avoidance cost for energy exported until the competitive market model is implemented. The deadline for applications for this scheme is the 10 August 2016. Renewable Energy Share 16% in 2020 RES share in electricity production Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Cyprus_3 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam3 Promotion of Renewable energy sources for heating and cooling Single 3 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Energy Service, Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism 2013 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC Renewable Energy Directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml Heating and cooling for industrial, housing and tertiary sectors, contributed 9% to the emissions of the energy sector in 2013, and 6.1% to the total emissions of the country (excluding LULUCF). The RES technologies promoted through the scheme are solar thermal, biomass, and geothermal. Policies and Measures taken to promote the use of renewable energy sources include the obligations for all new or renovated buildings to install a Solar Thermal System for Domestic Hot Water (DHW). Moreover, renewable energy is further promoted through the Energy Performance of Buildings Certificates. The Utilization of RES in order for a building to cover its energy requirements for heating and Cooling as well as electricity, increases its Energy Performance and thus a higher rank on the Energy Certificate. In addition to the above, EU directive 2010/31/EU which has already been transposed to National Legislation, provides for increased energy performance and the utilization of RES. More specifically, the provision of the directive for the definition of Nearly Zero Energy Building according to the Member State’s needs and requirements, has already been implemented. A financial support scheme is underway which aims toward the promotion of the above measures towards the existing building stock which does not fall under the obligations imposed by the directive and national legislation/regulation. 23.5% in 2020 RES share in energy consumption for heating and cooling Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Cyprus_4 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam4 Promotion of renewable energy sources in transport Single 4 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government Government: Energy Service - Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism 2013 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC Renewable Energy Directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml According to the Directive 2009/28/EC on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources and amending and subsequently repealing Directives 2001/77/EC, 2003/30/EC and 2009/30/EC and the action plan submitted by Cyprus for the achievement of the target set, RES for transport in gross final consumption should be 2.2% in 2010, 3.1% in 2015 and 4.9% in 2020. As of the end of 2014 the share of RES in transport was 2.62%. RES share in final consumption for transport calculated according to the methodology set by the directive 2009/28/EC. Following the challenging task of increasing the share of RES in transport, the Ministry of Energy, in cooperation with other competent authorities, has established ad-hoc working groups which will investigate the possible solutions and identify the measures to enhance the target achievement. In the Context of Technical Assistance received from the European Commission – Structural Reforms Support Service, following an IRENA study in preparing a long term Roadmap for Renewables in electricity, a model simulating and optimizing the energy system of Cyprus and includes the transport sector. The results will provide the optimal pathways towards target achievements. The results will provide a good insight towards which technologies and when to implement investments in order to achieve targets with minimal cost. 10% in 2020 RES share in transport Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Cyprus_5 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam5 Minimum requirements for the energy performance of new buildings (Law 142/2006) in the residential sector Single 5 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Energy Service, Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism 2008 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml All new dwellings for residential use, except those described in the Annex to the Regulation of the Energy Efficiency of Buildings Law (Law 142(I)/2006) must satisfy the minimum energy efficiency requirements as established by the relevant decree adopted by the Minister for Commerce, Industry and Tourism. The measure arises from Cyprus’ obligation to implement the Buildings Directive concerning the energy efficiency of new buildings. The purpose of the measure is described in the wider purpose of applying the Directive in question. These codes, which have been in effect since 2008, were revised in 2010 and 2013, whereas another revision thereof is expected before 2020 87101 toe in 2020 energy savings Implemented 2008 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Cyprus_6 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam6 Minimum requirements for the energy performance of new buildings (Law 142/2006) in the tertiary sector Single 6 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Energy Service - Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism 2013 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml All new dwellings for commercial use, except those described in the Annex to the Regulation of the Energy Efficiency of Buildings Law (Law 142(I)/2006) must satisfy the minimum energy efficiency requirements as established by the relevant decree adopted by the Minister for Commerce, Industry and Tourism. The measure arises from Cyprus’ obligation to implement the Buildings Directive concerning the energy efficiency of new buildings. The purpose of the measure is described in the wider purpose of applying the Directive in question. These codes, which have been in effect since 2008, were revised in 2010 and 2013, whereas another revision thereof is expected before 2020 8891 toe in 2020 energy savings Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Cyprus_7 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam7 Grants Scheme for energy savings in the residential sector (existing dwellings). Single 7 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Energy Service - Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism 2004 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml The Scheme is aimed at providing economic incentives in the form of government grants for realising Energy Savings (ES) investments. The Scheme covers only investments realised where there are no national or Community standards. The Scheme covers investments relating to purchasing and installing new materials. The investments must pertain to established technologies/materials, not those that are still at a research and development stage. Following installation of the new thermal insulation materials, the respective thermal transmittance coefficients shall be achieved as laid down in the Minimum Energy Efficiency Requirements Decree. The purpose of this measure is, on the one hand, to ensure that thermal insulation is installed in as many existing or new dwellings constructed prior to application of the laws on compulsory thermal insulation in new dwellings as possible and, on the other hand, to increase energy-saving awareness in the population. The measure concerns the thermal insulation of walls, roofs and windows. 11089 toe in 2020 energy savings Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Cyprus_8 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam8 Grants scheme for energy efficiency (end use) in the tertiary and industrial sectors (existing enterprises) Single 8 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Energy Service - Ministry of Energy, Commerce, Industry and Tourism 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml The Scheme is aimed at providing economic incentives in the form of government grants, or specific grants, for realising Energy Savings (ES) investments. The Scheme covers only investments realised where there are no national or Community standards. The Scheme covers only investments realised where there are no national or Community standards. The Scheme covers investments relating to purchasing and installing new equipment and/or materials. It also covers the cost of studies, where these are deemed necessary. The investments must concern mature technologies and not technologies which are at a research and development stage. Energy-saving investment means an investment in systems, equipment and materials whose installation achieves at least 10% energy savings in a specific application. The maximum grant amount, in accordance with the type of investment and the form of the eligible grant (regional, de minimis/specific grant) amounted to EUR 250 000 per unit. The purpose of this measure is, on the one hand, to increase energy-saving awareness among businessmen and, on the other hand, to ensure that this sector also contributes towards the achievement of savings targets. Some of the categories of the eligible measures are: - Purchase/installation of new equipment for the recovery of waste energy, either directly or indirectly by recovery/recycling of discarded materials, product or employed medium. - Purchase/integration of new materials and equipment to reduce unproductive energy consumption and energy losses. - Purchase of new equipment for the production, transmission, distribution and use of energy. - Purchase/installation of a new energy management IT system and/or integration of automated direct energy regulation/switch-off devices. 12424 toe in 2020 energy savings Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Cyprus_10 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam10 Improvement of electricity distribution system Single 10 Single PaM Planning Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Reduction of losses Energy supply: Reduction of losses Other Other: Electricity Authority of Cyprus 2013 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml The electricity Distribution System is under the management of the Distribution System Operator of Cyprus. No specific target is available for the reduction of losses; the target was set as annual reduction of emissions from losses by 0.1% (reduction from electricity emissions). Competent authority is the National Transition System Operator of Cyprus, whereas other involved authorities are the Electricity Authority of Cyprus and the Department of Environment. Some of the actions taken in order to improve the electricity distribution system include the following: (a) In order to maintain voltage levels within permissible limits, the Electricity Authority of Cyprus installed 4 x 16MVAr (64 MVAr) inductor VAR Compensators at medium voltage (distribution system); (b) Currently, Technical Assistance is on-going for assessing the current state of the transmission and distribution electricity systems and proposing optimum solutions for increasing the amount of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) generation that can be fed on the electricity system; (c) Better grid and load management via smart meters/grids; the Electricity Authority of Cyprus is currently deploying a pilot system which will indicate best technical solutions as well as the costs and benefits of a potential full roll-out Energy savings Implemented 2013 With existing measures No No information
Cyprus_11 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam11 Promotion of public transport Single 11 Single PaM Fiscal, Planning Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 35.4 33.9 Government Government: Ministry of Transport, Communications and Public Works 2013 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml From 2008 the Road transport department presented the newly planned public road passenger transportation system to all the interested parties and stakeholders. The new system was drawn according to Regulation (EC) No 1370/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council. The relevant national law (Access to the Occupation of Road Transport Operator Law of 2001) was harmonised with the aforementioned European Union Regulation. Two public consultations and a large number of meetings were held in order to inform the existing Public Road transport operators (holders of public passenger transport licenses) and all the stakeholders of the changes the amendment of the national law would bring to the existing state of affairs. From 2008 the road transport department began holding meetings with all the stakeholders in order to present the newly planned public road passenger transportation system. The new system was drawn according to the Regulation (EC) No 1370/2007. The procedures that were followed up to the application of the new legislation were completely transparent. Specifically, on 24.7.2009, the amended Law ‘Access to the Occupation of Road Transport Operator’ (Amendment) (No.2) Law of 2009 (Law 101 (I) / 2009) was published. This Law came into force on 11.9.2009. As noted above the national law was harmonised with Regulation (EC) No 1370/2007. However the 6 contracts were directly awarded after negotiating with the 6 newly formed companies that were formed by the existing Public Road transport operators (holders of public passenger transport licenses). According to paragraph 3(d) of Article 8 of Regulation (EC) No 1370/2007 On 2/12/2009 six contracts were concluded for a period of ten years (the government has the right to extend the contracts for another five years) between the Director of the Road Transport Department and the new operating companies that were formed by various existing operators, in accordance with the relevant national legislation. In 2014 the current public transportation system was evaluated by the government, and was found to be unsatisfactory and unable to meet the initial targets set by the Ministry of Transport, Communication and Works. Firstly, there was no comprehensive approach to form a sound and complete public transportation system (lack of legal and organizational framework, lack of procedures and infrastructure). The competent authority was essentially responsible only for managing the contracts and overseeing compliance to them. Secondly, it was evident that contractors did not have the necessary experience in the provision of public passenger transportation services based on citizen – customer service. Thirdly, the current system did not provide any incentives to the contractors to improve the services provided to the citizen and/ or to reduce the cost of service. The Ministry of Transport, Communication and Works, in an effort to upgrade public passenger transportation, has set short-term goals such as to optimize routes, by reducing unprofitable lines and increasing the frequency of those lines that have denser ridership, to estimate the actual cost per kilometer for the years that the operators have audited accounts and to set a number of incentives for the contractors to reflect their effectiveness. The medium-term targets that have been set relate to fleet renewal, to improve infrastructure (bus stops, stations, use of telematic technology), to improve the image of the service to the general public, to increase passenger ridership and to reduce subsidies. Finally, the long-term target of the Ministry of Transport, Communication and Works is the complete restructuring of the passenger transportation system and the establishment of a well performing system responsive to the needs of society. In 2015 the relevant national law (Access to the Occupation of Road Transport Operator Law of 2001) was amended and the Ministry of Transport, Communication and Works has been designated as the contracting authority replacing the Road Transport Department. A Contract Management Unit -operating under the supervision of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Transport, Communication and Works - was created and has as a primary responsibility the supervision and management of the public passenger transportation contracts, the coordination of the various Departments of the wider public sector dealing with public passenger transportation matters and the achievement of the short, medium and long- term goals of the Ministry of Transport, Communication and Works in terms of public passenger transportation. 4.4% in 2020 reduction in fuel consumption for transport from the promotion of public transport Reduction in fuel consumption for transport 35.39 34.67 34.7 33.9 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Cyprus_12 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam12 Promotion of low CO2 emitting vehicles Single 12 Single PaM Fiscal Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles 86.8 84 Government Government: Ministry of Transport, Communications and Public Works 2013 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml The Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Law of 2013 has brought changes to the registration and licence of a motor vehicle. The new road tax charge for vehicles registered from 1/1/2014 will depend on their CO2 emissions. Vehicles registered by 31/12/2013 do not have to pay road tax based on their CO2 emissions, but their owners will be charged an additional fee depending on engine size. Electric cars and vehicles with CO2 emissions of less than or equal to 120g/km (combined cycle) are exempted from the additional registration fee. The registration fee for vehicles with CO2 emissions over 120g/km and up to 150g/km will be €25 per gram over 120g. A €750 fee will be charged for vehicles emitting between 150g/km and 180g/km and a €2,250 fee for emissions above that, plus €400 for every gram over 180. The new road tax will be charged as follows: vehicles emitting 120g/km, €0.5 per gram, 120g/km – 150g/km, €3, 150g/km – 180g/km, €3, and over 180g/km, €8. For already registered vehicles (cars and motorcycles), the law provides for a special fee – above and beyond the current road tax – of €10 for low emissions, €20 for vehicles with engine displacements up to 2050 cc, and €30 for vehicles with engine displacements higher than 2050 cc. 5% in 2020 reduction in CO2 emissions from road transport Reduction in CO2 emissions from road transport 86.8 85.7 85.69 84 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Cyprus_13 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam13 Development of an F-gases recovery system Single 13 Single PaM Fiscal, Regulatory Planned ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases; Industrial processes: Replacement of fluorinated gases by other substances Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases,Industrial processes: Replacement of fluorinated gases by other substances 0 33.7 Government Government: Department of Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment 2021 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014 HFC, SF6 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml Under the provisions of Art. 9 of Regulation 517/2014/EC, on fluorinated greenhouse gases, without prejudice to existing Union legislation, Member States shall encourage the development of producer responsibility schemes for the recovery of fluorinated greenhouse gases and their recycling, reclamation or destruction. Cyprus has recently adopted and harmonized the above Regulation. The next step is to forward a national Law regarding a producer’s responsibility scheme. The main provision of this Law will follow the “polluter pays” principle and each producer will have to participate in an appropriate scheme for management of F-gases that have been recovered for any reason. The plan is the following: Each producer will oblige to participate in a certain “fgases management scheme”. These schemes will be first approved by the competent authority. In each importation, producer will have to pay a fee to the scheme that he is participating. This fee will be depending on his imports (amounts and different types of gases). The fee that will be collected by the appropriate scheme, will be afterwards use for collecting and management of the recovered fgases from the technicians. At the same time, under the provisions of the same scheme, certified technicians will be encouraged to return to the scheme any fluorinated gases that have been recovered, for a pre-decided profit. So far, no details are available, but the main target is to annually increase recovery from 0% in 2020 to target 10% in 2030. 5% in 2025 Gases recovered 0 16.6 16.6 33.7 Planned 2021 With additional measuses Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014
Cyprus_14 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam14 Promotion of anaerobic digestion - livestock breeding waste treatment Single 14 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems 15.3 15.3 Government Government: Department of Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment 2013 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml Even though anaerobic digestion is not clearly stated in the European or national legislation, the technology is preferred by large livestock breeding plants to comply with the terms stated on the wastewater and air disposal permits. The technology is strongly promoted by the Department of Environment, especially for the large installations that fall under the IPPC directive. Relevant national legislation that encourages the promotion of anaerobic digestion is (a) the Control of Water Pollution (Waste Water Disposal) Regulations 2003, Κ.Δ.Π. 772/2003; (b) the Control of Water Pollution (Sensitive Areas for urban waste water discharges) Κ.Δ.Π. 111/2004. It is a voluntary measure. The amount of animal waste treated by anaerobic digestion is expected to increase by 1% annually, starting from additional 1% in 2012, until 2015; after 2015, the increase in the reduction will reduce to 0.5% annually. 8.5% in 2020 reduction of emissions from manure management amount of waste treated by AD 15.3 15.3 15.3 15.3 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Cyprus_15 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam15 Forestry Single 15 Single PaM Planning Implemented LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management; Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of deforestation Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management,Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of deforestation Government Government: Department of Forests, Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment 2013 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2 Not included in a projection scenario http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml One of the goals set out in the Policy Statement of the Department of Forests is the Adaptation in climate change and enhancing the contribution of forests to combat climate change. This goal aims to the qualitative improvement of the structure and resilience of forest stands to biotic and abiotic factors due to climate change. Even though the measures taken by the Department of Forests are expected to contribute to the increase of CO2 absorbance, sufficient information is not available to estimate this contribution. Specific actions are taken through the CAP 2014-2020, of which the first call is expected in September 2016. Implemented 2013 Not included in a projection scenario Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Cyprus_16 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam16 Improvement of municipal solid waste management Single 16 Single PaM Fiscal, Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction; Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling; Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use; Waste management/waste: Improved landfill management; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction,Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling,Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use,Waste management/waste: Improved landfill management,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling 231.9 373.8 Government Government: Department of Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment 2013 Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml With the Landfill Directive being the main guiding force, in combination to the improvement of the infrastructure of the country, Cyprus has been developing during the recent years the revised strategy for solid waste management. The management of the municipal solid waste is under the competence of the Department of Environment. The adopted policies and measures are guided by EU Directives into national legislation and set future targets with a goal in reducing emissions. The Waste Framework Directive 2008/98/EC introduces recycling and recovery targets to be achieved by 2020 for 50% of the household waste, and national Law on Waste No. 185(I)/2011 harmonizes the targets. Biodegradable municipal waste to landfills is also targeted for reduction to 35% by weight of the total municipal waste produced in 1995, following the Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC, and is adopted by the national Regulatory Administrative Act (Κ.Δ.Π.) 562/2003 on Solid and Hazardous Waste for the year 2020. Additionally, Article 1 of the Landfill Directive encourages the separate collection of biodegradable waste, which is ratified in Κ.Δ.Π.562/2003. The necessary instruments and actions to fulfill these targets are currently developed. Recycling and recovery of household waste; biodegradable municipal waste to landfills 231.88 318.2 318.2 373.8 Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC
Cyprus_17 Cyprus 2915 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam17 Reduction of emissions from the promotion of anaerobic digestion for urban wastewater treatment Single 17 Single PaM Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Improved wastewater management systems Waste management/waste: Improved wastewater management systems 11.63 8.36 Government Government: Department of Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment 2005 Yes Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cy/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwafucw/CY_adjusted.xml Even though anaerobic digestion is not clearly stated in the European or national legislation, the technology is preferred by large wastewater treatment plants to comply with the terms stated on the wastewater and air disposal permits. The technology is strongly promoted by the Department of Environment. Relevant national legislation that encourages the promotion of anaerobic digestion is (a) the Control of Water Pollution (Waste Water Disposal) Regulations 2003, Κ.Δ.Π. 772/2003; (b) the Control of Water Pollution (Sensitive Areas for urban waste water discharges) Κ.Δ.Π. 111/2004. It is a voluntary measure which is expected to increase by 1% annually, starting from additional 1% in 2012, until 2015; after 2015, the increase in the reduction will reduce to 0.5% annually. 8.5% in 2020 reduction of emissions from manure management amount of waste treated by AD 11.63 11.52 11.52 8.36 Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC
Czech Republic_12 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam12 Operational Programme Industry and Enterprise (OPIE) Single 12 Single PaM Economic Expired EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors 92 81 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2004 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The programme which was offering subsidies for enterprises and industries. It comprised projects for the promotion of energy efficiency and use of RES in small and medium enterprises. Most projects concern manufacturing industry (1.A.2). It is superseded by the Operational programme Enterprise and innovation. 2006 Energy savings, energy produced from RES 37.9 54.1 37.1 52.9 90 33.4 47.6 33.4 47.6 81 Ministry of industry document http://www.mpo.cz/dokument22085.html 103000000 103000000 Calculated from budget allocated to the measure - Decreasing the energy intensity and higher utilisation of RES. Both subsidies and own capital included. National Energy Efficiency Energy Action Plan II, Final Report on Project 001/05 Evaluation of the mid-term implementation progress of Operational Programme Industry and Enterprise http://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/2011_neeap_translated_0.zip, http://www.mpo.cz/dokument22085.html Expired 2004 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_46 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam46 Horizontal Rural Development Single 46 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management; Agriculture: Improved livestock management Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management,Agriculture: Improved livestock management Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2004 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The main goals: i) preservation and support of the agricultural system with low inputs, ii) protection and support of sustainable agriculture meeting environmental demands and iii) preservation and strengthening of a viable social structure in rural areas 2008 Amount of realized regional projects and programme Expired 2004 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_10 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam10 Directive on energy performance of buildings Single 10 Single PaM Information, Regulatory Expired ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 325 272 Regional Regional: Regional Authority 2007 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The measure stipulates minimum requirements as regards the energy performance of new and existing buildings, requires the certification of their energy performance and the regular inspection of boilers and air conditioning systems in buildings. 2011 Numbers of newly built and refurbished houses. 325 289 289 272 272 272 NAPEE II (National energy efficiency action plan) http://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/2011_neeap_translated_0.zip 6783 6783 Extra costs spent in order to comply with higher building standards. Expired 2007 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Czech Republic_13 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam13 Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovation Single 13 Single PaM Economic Expired EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors 1238 1089 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2007 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The programme which is offering subsidies for enterprises and industries. It comprises projects for the promotion of energy efficiency and use of RES in small and medium enterprises. Most projects concern manufacturing industry (1.A.2). It replaces the Operational programme Industry and enterprise. 2013 Energy savings, energy produced from RES 509.8 728.2 470.6 672.4 1143 448.4 640.6 448.4 640.6 1089 Annual report of the OPEI Programme http://www.mpo.cz/dokument65558.html 265000000 265000000 Calculated from budget allocated to the priority axe 3 - Effective energy. Both subsidies and own capital included. Annual report of the Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovation http://www.mpo.cz/en/business-support/opei/#category389 Expired 2007 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_14 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam14 Operational Programme Environment 2007-2013 Single 14 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy 265 222 Government Government: State environmental fund 2007 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Promotion of energy savings and use of RES. The main programme offers subsidies for environment protection. It comprises promotion of energy efficiency and use of RES mainly in the Commercial/Institutional sector (1A4a). 2013 Energy savings, energy produced from RES 265 235 235 222 222 222 NAPEE III (National Energy Efficiency Energy Action Plan III), Annual reports of State Environmental Fund, Annual reports of the programme. Emissions were calculated from energy savings and energy replaced by RES using average emission coefficients of the final consumption. https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/NEEAP_2014_CZ-en_v2.pdf Annual report of the Operational Programme Environment http://www.opzp2007-2013.cz/sekce/11/aktualni-nabidka-podpory/ 98000000 98000000 Calculated from the budget of the programme for the priority axis 3. Both subsidies and own capital included. Annual report of the Operational Programme Environment http://www.opzp2007-2013.cz/sekce/11/aktualni-nabidka-podpory/ Expired 2007 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_37 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam37 New Green savings programme 2010-2013 Single 37 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 665 557 Government Government: State environmental fund 2010 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The programme supports, through investment subsidies, construction of low-energy family houses in passive standard, full or partial insulation of existing houses and introduction of RES for water heating. 2013 Energy savings, energy produced from RES, CO2 emissions reduction 665 593 593 557 557 557 NAPEE III. Emissions were calculated from energy savings and energy replaced by RES using average emission coefficients of the final consumption in households. https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/NEEAP_2014_CZ-en_v2.pdf, http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr 112000000 2457 112000000 Calculated from the allocated budget and planned CO2 reduction. Both subsidies and own capital included. NAPEE III https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/NEEAP_2014_CZ-en_v2.pdf, http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr Expired 2010 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Czech Republic_45 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam45 Rural Development Program (2007-2013) Single 45 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD Agriculture; Land use, land use change and forestry Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils; Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils,Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2007 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) N2O, CH4, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Improving the competitiveness of the agricultural, food and forestry sectors falls within the first group of measures;Increasing biodiversity, water and soil protection and mitigating climate change is a joint objective of the second group of measures; Improving the quality of life in rural areas and to encourage the diversification of economic activities there; Helping the residents of rural micro-regions (applying the “from bottom to top” principle) to work out their local development strategy and to support the projects concerning development of the region they live in, the so called LEADER method. 2013 Amount of realized regional projects and programme http://eagri.cz/public/web/en/mze/subsidies/rural-development-programme-2007-2013/ Expired 2007 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_50 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam50 Operational Programme Rural Development and Multifunctional Agriculture Single 50 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD Agriculture; Land use, land use change and forestry Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture 2007 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml To support agricultural primary production and the processing of agricultural products, to support forest and water management and to ensure the continually sustainable development of the countryside 2013 Amount of realized regional projects and programme http://eagri.cz/public/web/en/mze/subsidies/op-rural-development-and-multifunctional/ Expired 2007 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_25 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam25 Waste management plan 2003 and 2011 Single 25 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal, Planning, Regulatory Expired ESD Waste management/waste Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction; Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use; Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling; Waste management/waste: Improved landfill management; Waste management/waste: Waste incineration with energy use; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction,Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use,Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling,Waste management/waste: Improved landfill management,Waste management/waste: Waste incineration with energy use,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling 136 974 Government Government: Ministry of environment 2003 Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC CH4, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Integrated framework document for waste management in the country. This is the main programme document of the Czech Republic regarding the waste sector. Since it is already outdated, a new version of the programme is under preparation now. The main targets are increasing the recovery of wastes with preference given to recycling, with a statutory target of 55% of all waste produced by year 2012, increasing the recovery of municipal waste to 50 % by 2010, decreasing of the maximum amount of biologically degradable municipal wastes (BDMW) deposited on landfills according to the Landfill Directive 99/31/EC, the preference for composting and anaerobic decomposition of biodegradable wastes with the use of the final product particularly in agriculture, in land reclamation and landscaping. Only wastes that cannot be used in this manner should be processed to produce substitute fuel or used anyway for energy production. Increasing the recovery of wastes with preference given to recycling, with a statutory target of 55% of all waste produced by year 2012; Increasing the recovery of municipal waste to 50% by 2010 2014 Production of waste; Coposition of waste; Waste disposed by partiucular disposal categories; Amount of biodegradable waste; 524 974 974 974 974 974 Ex -ante assesment was based on estimates in the WMP 2003 and 2011. WMPs contain analytical part where authors do estimate development of the waste management in the country with underlying assumption that WMPs are guiding documents behind those changes. This is of course simplification, but we used those estimates and combined them with IPCC methods for particular source category to estimate the effect of measures in the document. http://www.mzp.cz/C125750E003B698B/en/waste/$FILE/waste_management_plan.pdf 301000000 301000000 Total investment costs spent on waste management Operational Programme Environment, priority axis 4 Waste Management and the Rehabilitation of Existing Ecological Burdens Expired 2003 With existing measures Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC
Czech Republic_47 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam47 Action Plan for Development of Organic farming Single 47 Single PaM Economic Expired ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management; Agriculture: Improved livestock management Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management,Agriculture: Improved livestock management 250 Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2011 Yes Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC;CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Organic farming is an integral part of the agricultural policy of the Czech Republic. Its importance lies not only in the production of good-quality bio-foodstuffs but also in the farming methods that, through their environmentally friendly influence on nature, contribute substantially to the preservation of the rural character of the countryside An important benefit lies in reduction of nitrate leaching, retention of N in biomass before the onset of winter, increased biodiversity, creating a suitable environment for beneficial organisms and effects on plant health. The state administers support for organic farmers through subsidies. 2015 Percentage of farms that implemented the ecological principles of management. 250 First Biennal Report of the Czech Republic, Action plan for organic farming www.eagri.cz, http://eagri.cz/public/web/en/mze/agriculture/organic-farming/ Expired 2011 With existing measures Yes Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_54 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam54 The National Forestry Programme II Single 54 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented LULUCF, ESD Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management; Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of deforestation Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management,Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of deforestation Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2008 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Basic national strategic material for the development of the forestry sector in the medium term, reflecting the current international agreements, conventions and EU Directives. The main objective is to form concrete practical steps in all areas of state forest policy in the near term. The National Forest Program II (NLP II) is the basic national strategic document for forestry and forestry-related sectors. Implemented within the environmental pillar, specifically Key Action 6 lists the measures being or to be implemented to alleviate the impact of expected global climate change and extreme meteorological conditions. These measures generally focus on creating more resilient forest ecosystems by promoting diversified forest stand utilizing to the greatest possible extent natural processes, varied species composition and variability of silvicultural approaches, reflecting the current international treaties, agreements, conventions and EU directives. 2018 Implemented 2008 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_6 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam6 Program PANEL/NEW PANEL/PANEL 2013 + Single 6 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 189 158 Government Government: State housing fund 2001 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The programme offers credit guarantees and subsidy to credit interest for credits for retrofits of panel houses. 2020 Number of refurbished flats 189 168 168 158 158 158 NAPEE III (National energy efficiency action plan), Annual reports of the State Fund for Housing Development http://www.sfrb.cz/vyrocni-zpravy 13300000 Total annual budget is 600 mill. CZK, the subsidy is about 25 % from the loan and the loan covers 80 % of the total investment costs. 600/0,25//0,8/27,5[CZK/€] = 109,09 mill. € Annual reports of the PANEL Programme http://www.sfrb.cz/vyrocni-zpravy/ Implemented 2001 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_15 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam15 National Strategy of Cycling Transport Development Single 15 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 34 34 Government Government: Ministry of Transport 2014 Yes PAM not related to Union policies CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The measure supports the construction of cycling infrastructure. It is financed mainly from the State Transport Infrastructure Fund. Cycling can partly replace vehicular traffic in urban and suburban areas and thus lead to energy and emission savings. 2020 Length of newly built cycling ways [km] National bicykle development strategy 34 34 34 34 33 33 www.cyklostrategie.cz National bicykle development strategy www.cyklostrategie.cz 2314 2314 Annual budget: 5,5 mill. €, average share of subsidy 50% Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes PAM not related to Union policies
Czech Republic_16 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam16 Operational Programme Transport Single 16 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Improved transport infrastructure 177 173 Government Government: Ministry of transport, State fund of transport infrastructure 2007 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The objective of this measure is to reduce energy consumption of transport by improved transport infrastructure. The Operation Program Transport supports mainly investments into transport infrastructure. Side effect of better transport infrastructure is decreased energy consumption and thus lower GHG emissions. 2020 Energy savings, CO2 emissions decrease Operational program transport 177 173 173 173 169 169 http://www.opd.cz/cz/OP_doprava_2014-2020 NAPEE III. Emissions were calculated from energy savings using average emission coefficients of motor fuels in road transport. https://www.mpo.cz//en/energy/energy-efficiency/strategic-documents/national-energy-efficiency-action-plan-of-the-czech-republic--173843/ 48694 48694 Program budget: 5800 mill. €, average share of subsidy 70%. The cost of CO2 reduced can be misleading, because, we attributed total program costs to CO2 emission reduction. However, it is not the main goal of the programme. NAPEE III https://www.mpo.cz//en/energy/energy-efficiency/strategic-documents/national-energy-efficiency-action-plan-of-the-czech-republic--173843/ Implemented 2007 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_27 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam27 National Energy Efficiency Action Plan Single 27 Single PaM Economic, Education, Fiscal, Information, Planning, Regulatory, Voluntary Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Industrial processes; Transport Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2008 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Plan of measures to be implemented in order to fulfill the required energy savings in the period 2008 - 2020. This policy includes measures from both versions of NAPEE elaborated so far. Since it is a complex measure, its impacts are reported under many other measures. Framework measure, effects and costs of NAPEE measures are presented individually. 2020 Each measure from the NEEAP has its own indicator. Framework measure, NAPEE measures are presented individually. https://www.mpo.cz//dokument150542.html Framework measure, costs of NAPEE measures are presented individually. Implemented 2008 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Czech Republic_34 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam34 National Renewable Energy Resources Plan Single 34 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD, LULUCF Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2010 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Ensure the share of RES in accordance with the RES directive 2009/28/EC. Framework measure, individual actions are included in other measures. 2020 Share of electricity produced from RES, share of RES in total primary energy consumption, share of RES in heat generation, share of RES in final energy consumption Framework measure, individual actions are included in other measures. https://www.mpo.cz/assets/dokumenty/54909/62718/649151/priloha001.pdf Implemented 2010 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Czech Republic_35 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam35 Operational Programme Environment 2014 - 2020 Single 35 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy Cross-cutting: Multi-sectoral policy 528 443 Government Government: Ministry of environment 2014 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Promotion of energy savings and use of RES. The main programme offers subsidies for environment protection. It comprises promotion of energy efficiency and use of RES mainly in the Commercial/Institutional sector (1A4a).The measure supports energy efficiency improvement and use of RES in public sector. In priority axis 2 Improvement of air quality in human settlements, the following activities are supported: • The replacement of boilers running on solid fuel with new boilers running on solid fuel • The replacement of boilers running on solid fuel with new stationary combustion sources running on gaseous or liquid fuel • The replacement of boilers running on solid fuel with heat pumps • The above replacements combined with supplementary non-combustion sources of thermal energy In priority axis 5 Energy savings, the following activities are supported: • Insulation of the envelope of a building; • Replacement and renovation of windows and doors; • Implementation of structural measures having a demonstrated influence on the energy performance of buildings or improvements in the quality of the indoor climate; • Implementation of mechanical ventilation systems with waste heat recuperation; • Implementation of systems reusing waste heat; • Replacement of heat sources for spatial heating or for the production of hot water using solid or liquid fossil fuels with efficient sources using biomass, heat pumps, gas condensing boilers, or facilities for cogeneration (micro-cogeneration) using renewable sources or natural gas; • Installation of solar thermic collectors for auxiliary heating or only for the production of hot water. • Implementation of structural measures having a demonstrated influence on the energy performance of buildings or improvements in the quality of the indoor climate; • Implementation of mechanical ventilation systems with waste heat recuperation; • Implementation of systems reusing waste heat; • Replacement of heat sources for spatial heating or for the production of hot water using solid or liquid fossil fuels with efficient sources using biomass, heat pumps, gas condensing boilers, or facilities for cogeneration (micro-cogeneration) using renewable sources or natural gas; • Installation of solar thermic collectors for auxiliary heating or only for the production of hot water. 2020 Energy savings, energy produced from RES 528 471 471 443 443 443 NAPEE III, Program document, list of supported projects, Annual reports of State Environmental Fund. Emissions were calculated from energy savings and energy replaced by RES using average emission coefficients of the final consumption in tertiary sector http://www.opzp.cz/sekce/768/novy-program-2014-2020/, http://www.opzp.cz/sekce/526/uplny-prehled-podporenych-projektu/, https://www.sfzp.cz/sekce/152/vyrocni-zpravy/ 129000000 129000000 Program budget: 487 mill. €, average share of subsidy 50% Operational Programme Environment 2014 - 2020 documents http://www.dotacni.info/operacni-program-zivotni-prostredi-2014-2020/?gclid=CjwKEAjwtYSsBRCDx6rM1v_uqmsSJAAZgf2q0Un4mBu5RnZzVCCLELJYR6avdYLjKGnYlMxIx5jqJxoCeWfw_wcB Implemented 2014 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_36 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam36 Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovation for Competitiveness Single 36 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector 2320 2040 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2014 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The measure supports energy efficiency improvement and use of RES in industry and services. With the framework of the Operational Program Enterprise and Innovation for the period 2007–2013, the Ministry of Industry and Trade is introducing a total of 15 aid programs, one of them is oriented on Eco-energy. Eco-energy is oriented on energy savings by means of replacing old technologies and on generation of electricity or heat from renewable resources. Funding derives in part from EU structural funds (85%) and in part from the state budget (15%). Funding is paid out in the form of non-returnable subsidies, preferential loans and guarantees. The program covers the following measures: • the modernisation or replacement of existing energy production facilities for internal purposes, which will increase their efficiency; • the introduction and upgrading of measurement and control systems; • modernisation, reconstruction and loss reduction in electricity and heat distribution systems in buildings and production plants; • the implementation of measures to improve the energy performance of buildings in the business sector (building envelope insulation, the replacement and renovation of windows and doors, other structural measures having a demonstrable influence on the energy performance of buildings, the installation of ventilation technology with waste heat recuperation); • re-use of waste energy in production processes; • improvements in energy performance and energy efficiency in production and technological processes; • the installation of renewable energy sources for an undertaking’s own consumption; • the installation of a cogeneration unit with maximum use of electricity and thermal energy for the undertaking’s internal consumption, the support of extra costs in achieving the standard of a nearly zero-energy building and a passive energy standard in the reconstruction or construction of new business buildings. Extra costs will be derived from model examples and, for the purposes of support, will be set as a fixed amount for a clearly measurable quantity (e.g. per square metre of energy-related area). The target audience includes business entities (small, medium-sized and, where appropriate, large enterprises); for intervention in the field of energy savings (the insulation of production and business structures), also agricultural holdings, food businesses, undertakings providing accommodation and catering services, and retail organisations. 2020 Energy savings, energy produced from RES 955.3 1364.7 881.2 1258.8 2140 840 1200 840 1200 2040 NAPEE III, Program document, list of supported projects in the previous sprogramme. Emissions were calculated from energy savings and energy replaced by RES using average emission coefficients of the final consumption in industry. http://www.mpo-oppi.cz/media/273-vyrocni-zpravy-oppi-za-roky-07-08-09-10-1112-13.html, http://www.oppik.cz/ke-stazeni, http://eaccount.czechinvest.org/Statistiky/StatistikaCerpaniDotaci.aspx 98000000 98000000 Program budget: 727 mill. €, average share of subsidy 50% NAPEE III http://www.mpo-oppi.cz/media/273-vyrocni-zpravy-oppi-za-roky-07-08-09-10-1112-13.html, http://www.oppik.cz/ke-stazeni, http://eaccount.czechinvest.org/Statistiky/StatistikaCerpaniDotaci.aspx Implemented 2014 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_38 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam38 New Green savings programme 2014 - 2020 Single 38 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 1069 896 Government Government: Ministry of environment 2014 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The programme is financed from sold emission allowances. It supports, through investment subsidies, construction of low-energy family houses in passive standard, full or partial insulation of existing houses and introduction of RES for water heating. 2020 Energy savings, energy produced from RES, CO2 emissions reduction 1069 953 953 896 896 896 NAPEE III. Emissions were calculated from energy savings and energy replaced by RES using average emission coefficients of the final consumption in households. https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/NEEAP_2014_CZ-en_v2.pdf, http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr 166000000 166000000 Program budget: 982 mill. €, average share of subsidy 50% NAPEE III https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/NEEAP_2014_CZ-en_v2.pdf, http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Czech Republic_39 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam39 Integrated Regional Operating Programme Single 39 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 672 563 Government Government: Ministry of regional development 2014 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The program supports modernizations and refurbishments of living houses. Owners of living houses (any physical or legal body) can obtain advantageous long-term loan with fixed interest covering up to 80 % of the total investment. In terms of energy savings is significant priority axis 2 of the program and its investment priority 4c “Promoting energy efficiency, intelligent systems energy management and use of energy from renewable sources for public infrastructures, including in public buildings and in housing”. Supported measures affecting the energy performance include e.g.:  insulation of residential building,  replacement and refurbishment of windows and doors,  passive heating and cooling, shielding,  installation of systems controlled ventilation with heat recovery The expected annual energy savings from 2020 are 9000 TJ 2020 Number of refurbished flats 672 599 599 563 563 563 NAPEE III. program document. Emissions were calculated from energy savings and energy replaced by RES using average emission coefficients of the final consumption in households. http://www.strukturalni-fondy.cz/cs/Microsites/IROP/Dokumenty 89000000 89000000 Program budget: 614 mill. €, average share of subsidy 50% NAPEE III https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/NEEAP_2014_CZ-en_v2.pdf Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Czech Republic_40 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam40 Electricity Savings in Households Lighting Single 40 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances 532 446 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2009 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The measure aims at reduction of electic energy consumption for lighting in households. The measure gradually bans introduction of inefficient lightbulbs to the market. 2020 Electricity savings in households % 532 474 474 446 446 446 NAPEE III. Emissions were calculated from energy savings using average emission coefficients of the electricity production. https://ec.europa.eu/energy/sites/ener/files/documents/NEEAP_2014_CZ-en_v2.pdf, http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr 0 0 The measure does not increase expenditures of households. NAPEE 3 http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr Implemented 2009 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures
Czech Republic_42 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam42 Electricity Savings in Lighting in Tertiary Sector and Public Lighting Single 42 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector 95 78 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2009 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The measure gradually bans introduction of inefficient lightbulbs to the market. It leads to necessity of modernization of lighting systems. The energy savings resulting from the program have to be above 950 TJ/year since 2016 2020 Electricity savings in terciary sector % 95 85 85 78 78 78 NAPEE III. Emissions were calculated from energy savings using average emission coefficients of the electricity production. http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr Implemented 2009 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures
Czech Republic_43 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam43 Efficiency Improvement of District Heating Systems Single 43 Single PaM Economic Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector 621 495 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2014 No No information CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Heat producing companies can receive subsidy to integration of CHP, heat distribution system reconstruction or building a new district heating system. 2020 Energy savings 603 18 528 16 543 481 14 426 13 438 NAPEE III. Emissions were calculated from energy savings using average emission coefficients of district heat production. http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr Implemented 2014 With additional measuses No No information
Czech Republic_51 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam51 Strategy for Growth Single 51 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management; Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management,Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems 250 300 Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2013 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Conceptual material of Agriculture - plan of measures to be implemented in order to fulfill the required emission savings in the period 2013 - 2030 2020 Czech Agriculture and Food under the Common Agricultural Policy after 2013 250 250 250 300 300 300 IFER, expert estimation http://eagri.cz/public/web/mze/ Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_52 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam52 Biomass Action Plan in the Czech Republic for 2012-2020 Single 52 Single PaM Economic, Planning Implemented ESD Agriculture; Energy supply; Land use, land use change and forestry Agriculture: Other agriculture; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation Agriculture: Other agriculture ('Support of an efficient use of the energy potential of biomass'),Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation 125 255 Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2012 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Biomass Action Plan COM(2005) 628 final CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml To define appropriate measures and principles to help the effective and efficient use of the energy potential of biomass 2020 Biomass use 125 125 125 255 255 255 IFER, expert estimation https://greengain.eu/platform/literature/593/, http://eagri.cz/public/web/file/179051/APB_final_web.pdf, Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Czech Republic_53 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam53 Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 Single 53 Single PaM Economic, Planning Implemented ESD Agriculture; Land use, land use change and forestry Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management; Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management,Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation 200 357 Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2014 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml A basic strategic and program documents specifying in detail the measures for meeting the objectives of the development of rural areas of the Czech Republic To support agricultural primary production and the processing of agricultural products, to support forest and water management and to ensure the continually sustainable development of the countryside 2020 Amount of realized regional projects and programme 200 200 200 357 357 357 IFER, expert estimation https://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/rural-development-2014-2020_en Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_56 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam56 Action Plan for Development of Organic Farming 2016-2020 Single 56 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture 2016 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) N2O, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The main goal is to promote the growth of organic farming in the Czech Republic until 2020, particularly to harness the potential of organic farming in the nature protection, for research and innovation in organic farming, counseling or education. AP is closely linked to RDP 2014-2020. 2020 less nitrogen applied to soils comparing to previous years and classical agriculture % Implemented 2016 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_26 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam26 Waste management plan 2015-2024 Single 26 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal, Planning, Regulatory Implemented ESD Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction; Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling; Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies; Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling; Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use; Waste management/waste: Improved wastewater management systems Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction,Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling,Waste management/waste: Improved treatment technologies,Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling,Waste management/waste: Enhanced CH4 collection and use,Waste management/waste: Improved wastewater management systems 330 330 Government Government: Ministry of environment 2015 Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml This is a document governs whole waste management in the country. Sets preferences for management practice. Offers prognosis for waste development. This plan focuses on waste prevention, aims at a higher share of recycling (50% for paper, plastic, glass and metal wastes), compulsory separation of biologically degradable communal waste to reach the limit of maximal 35% going to landfill from the total biologically degradable communal waste. a higher share of recycling (50% for paper, plastic, glass and metal wastes); maximal 35% of the total biologically degradable communal waste going to landfill . 2024 Production of waste; Coposition of waste; Waste disposed by partiucular disposal categories; Amount of biodegradable waste; 330 330 330 330 330 330 Ex -ante assesment was based on estimates in the WMP 2015-2024. WMP contains an analytical part where authors do estimate development of the waste management in the country with underlying assumption that WMPs are guiding documents behind those changes. This is of course simplification, but we used those estimates and combined them with IPCC methods for particular source category to estimate the effect of measures in the document. http://www.mzp.cz/cz/plan_odpadoveho_hospodarstvi_aj Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC
Czech Republic_1 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam1 The Climate Protection Policy of the Czech Republic Single 1 Single PaM Planning, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: Ministry of Environment 2017 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Mitigation climate change strategy CO2, N2O, CH4, HFC, PFC, SF6, NF3 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The Policy defines greenhouse gas reduction targets for 2020 and 2030. It also includes indicative trajectories and objectives for 2040 and 2050. Further the Policy defines policies and measures for specific sectors on national level. Greenhouse gas reduction of 32 Mt CO2eq. compared to 2005 until 2020 and Greenhouse gas reduction of 44 Mt CO2eq. compared to 2005 until 2030 2030 GHG indicative level Mt CO2eq. Mitigation effect is included elsewhere. Mitigation effect is included elsewhere. Implemented 2017 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Czech Republic_17 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam17 Support of biofuels Single 17 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars 176 152 Government Government: Ministry of industry, Ministry of transport 2000 Yes Fuel Quality Directive 2009/30/EC;Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The objective is to decrease GHG emissions from transport and to use the renewable sources of energy due to the blending of the biodiesel to diesel oil and bioethanol to gasoline.The measure is in compliance with Directive 2009/30/EC. The directive requires that the emission intensity of transport fuels fell to 10% by 31 December 2020, at least 6% compared to the average emission levels. Directive 2009/28/EC was transposed by the Act on Air Protection 201/2012 Coll., which sets the minimal shares of biofuels in gasoline and diesel in accordance with EU directive. Emission intensity of transport fuels fell to 10% by 31 December 2020, at least 6% compared to the average emission levels 2030 The share of biofuels 176 173 173 152 121 121 The Czech Transport Policy www.mdcr.cz 219796 219796 The Centre of Transport Research estimate The Czech Transport Policy, Handbook on the estimation of external costs in transport sector www.mdcr.cz Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes Fuel Quality Directive 2009/30/EC; Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC
Czech Republic_18 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam18 Economic and tax tools in transport sector Single 18 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Planned ESD Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 39 Government Government: Ministry of finance 2020 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Infrastructure charging for heavy goods (revised Eurovignette) 2006/38/EC CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The cars with lower GHG emissions will be released from road tax. The excise tax for vehicles with CNG propulsions will be decreased. 2030 The share of cars with lower cylinder volume, the use of alternative fuels 8 8 39 83 83 The Centre of Transport Research estimate (model COPPERT): This scenario supposed more CNG vehicles in the future and less gasoiline and diesel vahicles than the reference scenatio. It supposes no excise tax for CNG fuel with the consequence to fuel price decrease and CNG vehicles demand increase. Planned 2020 With additional measuses Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Czech Republic_57 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam57 Ministry of Agriculture Strategy with view until 2030 (since 2016) Single 57 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Improved livestock management; Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Improved livestock management,Agriculture: Improved management of organic soils Government Government: Ministry of Agriculture 2016 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Conceptual material including stategic PAM and predicted activity data (animal population) trends until 2030. Priorities, objectives and actions of the Strategy will be implemented in the relevant programs. The material was approved by the Government of the Czech Republic on 3rd May 2016. 2030 Implemented 2016 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_2 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam2 Air protection act Single 2 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Cross-cutting Cross-cutting: Framework policy Cross-cutting: Framework policy Government Government: Ministry of Environment 2002 Yes Industrial emissions Directive 2010/75/EU (Recast of IPPC Directive 2008/1/EC and Large Combustion Plant Directive 2001/80/EC) CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The law introduces National programme for abatement of climate change of Earth. The law sets among other things emission limits and reduction targets and deadlines for substances influencing the climate system. There is also an obligation of operators of large plants above 5 MW to keep emission limits and to submit data on substances influencing climate system. The act is accompanied by a row of further legal documents setting emission and imissions limits, periodical inspections of boilers, fees for pollutions and various other aspects of air protection in all sectors. Since this act leads among others to fuel switches and energy efficiency improvements, it significantly influences emissions of GHGs. 2035 Implemented 2002 With existing measures Yes Industrial emissions Directive 2010/75/EU (Recast of IPPC Directive 2008/1/EC and Large Combustion Plant Directive 2001/80/EC)
Czech Republic_3 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam3 Energy act Single 3 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Government Government: Ministry of Industry and Trade 2000 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Internal electricity market 2009/72/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml This act establishes the rules for operating energy enterprises and energy markets. It is accompanied by a row of decreases dealing with specific issues. The law establishes the obligation of electricity distributors to buy electricity from combined heat and power plants and from renewable energy sources. It also opens the market with electricity. 2035 Energy savings comparing to 2005 % Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Czech Republic_4 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam4 Energy management act Single 4 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Government Government: Ministry of Industry and Trade 2000 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml This act sets the basic rules for efficient use of energy. It is accompanied by a row of decreases dealing with specific issues. Framework measure, effects and costs in other PAMs. This law covers more topics: 1. Sets the obligation for regional authorities to elaborate Regional energy concept which should define rules for efficient use of energY and for introduction of RES (Renewable Energy Sources). 2. Establishes the National programme for effective use of energy and utilisation of renewable and secondary energy sources. 3. Defines minimal efficiencies for electricity and heat production, maximum losses for energy transmission and distribution and sets minimal technical requirements for buildings and appliances. 4. Defines measures for support of RES. 5. Introduces labeling of appliances. 6. Sets obligation to perform energy audits of defined categories of buildings. 2035 Framework measure, effects and costs in other PAMs. Framework measure, effects and costs in other PAMs. Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Czech Republic_5 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam5 State Programme for the Support of Energy Savings and the Usage of Renewable Energy Sources Single 5 Single PaM Economic, Education, Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 94 77 Government Government: Ministry of Industry and Trade 2000 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The programme financially supports energy savings, the increase of energy effectiveness and the use of renewable energy sources. It is a cross-cutting plan at a national level with sectorial structure; the target areas are the state administration and local governments, private sector, households and NGO’s This programme also provides information on energy efficiency issues (guidebooks, seminars, energy efficiency consulting centres etc. In detail the program supports the following activities: • Measures to reduce the energy intensity of public street lighting; • the reconstruction of a heating system and the heat generation in a building; • energy consulting provided by energy consulting and information centres; • courses and seminars about the energy sector; • publications, guides and informative materials about the energy sector; • the introduction of an energy management system; • the preparation of energy-saving projects financed using the EPC method (Energy Performance Contracting -own energy saving targets instead of regulation). 2035 Energy savings, energy produced from RES 94 87 87 77 77 77 Annual reports of the programme, NAPEE http://www.mpo.cz/dokument144914.html 300000 Total budget of the program and energy savings incl. the substitution of fossil fuels by RES. Expected share of subsidies is 35 % for investment projects and 90 % for non-investment projects. Evaluation of the State Programme, 15 years lifetime http://www.mpo.cz/dokument144914.html Evaluation of the State Programme, 15 years lifetime Implemented 2000 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_7 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam7 IED Single 7 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies Industrial processes: Installation of abatement technologies 2600 2746 Government Government: Minitry of industry and Trade 2003 Yes Industrial emissions Directive 2010/75/EU (Recast of IPPC Directive 2008/1/EC and Large Combustion Plant Directive 2001/80/EC) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The IED directive sets among others emission limits of pollutants and requires use of the best avaliable technologies (BAT). 2035 2106 494 2224 522 2746 2224 522 2224 522 2746 ENVIROS company - calculation using EFOM/ENV model (model calculating emission projection and effects of PaMs) 864545455 864545455 Total costs of large combustion sources spent in order to comply with strengthed emission limits Study for the Ministry of Environment "PODKLADOVÁ ANALÝZA PRO TRANSPOZICI KAPITOLY III A PŘÍLOHY V SMĚRNICE 2010/75/EU, O PRŮMYSLOVÝCH EMISÍCH, DO NOVÉHO ZÁKONA O OCHRANĚ OVZDUŠÍ", ENVIROS - calculation using EFOM/ENV model https://taskman.eionet.europa.eu/attachments/9798/pam_diff.txt Implemented 2003 With existing measures Yes Industrial emissions Directive 2010/75/EU (Recast of IPPC Directive 2008/1/EC and Large Combustion Plant Directive 2001/80/EC)
Czech Republic_8 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam8 Preferential feed-in tariffs for electricity produced from renewable energy sources Single 8 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels 2541 2402.5 Government Government: Energy Regulatory Authority 2004 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC;Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Electricity production from renewable energy sources (Directive 2001/77/EC) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml This is the principal measure for support of RES (renewable energy sources) use in power generation. The law defines minimal feed-in tariffs for electricity produced from RES and garantees its long-term validity and obligation of distributors to connect sources using RES and purchase the electricity from RES. 2035 Electricity produced from RES 1956.6 584.4 1917.2 572.7 2489.8 1850 552.6 1426.2 426 1852.3 Calculated by the company ENVIROS with the EFOM/ENV model. We attributed 50 % of new installation of biomass and biogas CHPs and 100 % of new installations in solar, wind and small hydro power plants to this measure. The emission reduction was calculated from expected electricity production and average system emission coefficient for electricity production. 451 451 Extra payments of power distributors to electricity suppliers for electricity from RES Price decisions of Energy Regulatory Office http://www.eru.cz/cs/poze Implemented 2004 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC; Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Czech Republic_11 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam11 Implementation of directive on co-generation Single 11 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Energy supply: Reduction of losses Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Energy supply: Reduction of losses 1875.8 1367.3 Government Government: Energy regulatory authority 2005 Yes Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Distibution companies are oblidged to connect CHPs to the grid and to purchase the produced electricity. Moreover, there is a preferential feed-in tariff for electricity from CHPs. 2035 Share of electricity produced by CHP 1645 230.7 1611.9 226.1 1838 1367.3 ENVIROS company - calculation using EFOM/ENV model (model calculating em. projection and effects of PaMs) 524 524 Extra payments of power distributors to electricity suppliers for electricity from CHP. Energy regulation office - Supported energy sources http://www.eru.cz/cs/poze Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes Cogeneration Directive 2004/8/EC
Czech Republic_19 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam19 Regulation on CO2 from cars Single 19 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles 237 803 Government Government: Ministry of transport, State Fund of Transport Infrastructure 2000 Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The European Commission adopted the Directive No. 443 / 2009 about the emission limits of CO2 for new passenger cars. Car manufacturers are obliged to ensure that new vehicles their average production does not contaminate more than 130 grams of CO2 / km by 2015 and 95 grams in 2021. Regarding fuel consumption, these targets for 2015 roughly correspond to 5.6 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers, or 4.9 liters of diesel per 100 km. Aim for the year 2021, then 4.1 l / 100 km (for petrol) and 3.6 l / 100 km (for diesel). 2035 CO2 emissions from car fleet 237 610 610 803 828 828 The Centre of Transport Research estimate (model COPPERT): The GHG emissions reduction was calculated as a difference between the baseline scenario and the scenario with the application of this EU regulation. The specific CO2 emission factor for new cars, which is equal to emission limits given by this regulation, was used for the calculation. 1165051 1165051 The Transport Research Centre methodology Handbook on the estimation of external costs in transport sector Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Czech Republic_20 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam20 EU regulation on CO2 from light-commercial vehicles (vans) Single 20 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars 486 787 Government Government: Ministry of transport 2000 Yes Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011) Allocation of railway infrastructure capacity and charging for the use of infrastructure, Directive 2007/58/EC amending Directive 91/440/EEC and Directive 2001/14/EC. CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Regulation No 253/2014/EU defines the modalities for reaching the 2020 target to reduce CO2 emissions from new light commercial vehicles. The Regulation builds on a well-established process of measuring and monitoring the CO2 emissions of vehicles in accordance with Decision No 1753/2000/EC. The main objective of the vans Regulation is to cut CO2 emissions from vans to 175 g CO2/km by 2017 and to reach 147g CO2/km by 2020. These cuts represent reductions of 14% and 28% respectively compared with the 2007 average of 203 g/km. 2035 CO2 emissions from vans 486 788 788 787 786 786 The Centre of Transport Research estimate (model COPPERT): The GHG emissions reduction was calculated as a difference between base case scenario and the scenario with the application of this EU regulation. The specific CO2 emission factor for new vans, which is equal to emission limits given by this regulation, was used for the calculation. 146914 146914 The Centre of Transport Research estimate Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011)
Czech Republic_21 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam21 Support of public transport and modal shift from road transport Single 21 Single PaM Economic, Planning Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Improved behaviour; Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Transport: Improved behaviour,Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 134 109 Government Government: The Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Education, Municipalities, Transport companies 2000 Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy) Allocation of railway infrastructure capacity and charging for the use of infrastructure, Directive 2007/58/EC amending Directive 91/440/EEC and Directive 2001/14/EC. CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Modal shift can be realized through increasing the attractiveness of public transport ( Introduction of the integrated transport system, Increasing of passengers’ comfort, Preference of public transport vehicles and Introduction of “Park and Ride” system) and through systems of combined freight transport. The support of railway transport shall be realized through investment programs for improvement of infrastructure, increasing of speed, promotion of intermodal (container) transport, construction of transship points and of logistic centers. The aim of the measure is to shift 30% of long distanced freight transport from roads to railways (in trips over 300 km). The objective of the measure is to shift 30% of long distanced freight transport from roads to railways (in trips over 300 km) 2035 The share of public transport in passenger transport and the share of railways in freight transport 134 124 124 109 90 90 The Centre of Transport Research estimate (model COPPERT): This is a scenario with the assumption of the task for EU White Paper: to transfer 30% of the goods carried by road trucks to the distance 300 km and more from road to railway. 518519 518519 The Centre of Transport Research estimate The Centre of Transport Research estimate Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes Other (Union policy not listed above or additional Union policy)
Czech Republic_22 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam22 ICAO agreement Single 22 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles 6 17 Government Government: Ministry of transport 2000 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The measure ‘ICAO agreement’ is related to the resolution A37-19 from 2010 about consolidation and continuation of policies regarding climate change. MS agreed not to increase GHG emissions in aviation in 2020 in comparison to 2005. MS also approved to increase fuel use efficiency by 2% in 2020 comparing to 2010. An increase of fuel use efficiency by 2% in 2020 comparing to 2010 2035 GHG emissions from aviation 6 11 11 17 22 22 The Centre of Transport Research estimate with the model COPPERT according to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Resolution adopted at the 37th International Assembly of this Organization held in Montreal in 2010. Resolution A37-19, adopted at this Assembly, concerns the consolidation and continuation of ICAO Climate change. The ICAO Member States undertake to maintain CO2 emissions from aviation by 2020 at the level of 2005 and these emissions will not increase further. In the field of fuel efficiency, which has a direct impact on CO2 emissions, Member States have committed to improving fuel efficiency by 2% in 2020 (relative to the 2010 year). 58840 58840 The Centre of Transport Research estimate The Centre of Transport Research estimate Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Czech Republic_23 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam23 Road toll Single 23 Single PaM Fiscal Planned ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction Transport: Demand management/reduction 126 103 Government Government: Ministry of transport 2020 Yes Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml This measure imposes currently a toll also for trucks with the weight more than 3.5 t. The range and price of road charging for freight vehicles will change. Only motorways are charged now in the Czech Republic. The road charging will involve selected first and second class roads as well. 2035 GHG emissions from freight transport 126 117 117 103 85 85 The Centre of Transport Research estimate; The Czech Transport Policy www.mdcr.cz 299227 299227 The Centre of Transport Research estimate. For the calculations of costs and effect also information from The Czech Transport Policy, issued by the Ministry of Transport, was used. Web address: www.mdcr.cz The Czech Transport Policy www.mdcr.cz Planned 2020 With additional measuses Yes Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU
Czech Republic_24 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam24 Territorial planned measures Single 24 Single PaM Planning Implemented ESD Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved transport infrastructure 387 676 Regional Regional: Regional authorities, Municipalities 2000 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Improving the quality of territorial plans it is possible to achieve the reduction of travelling needs and length of journeys by the automobile transport (by building residential locations with job opportunities), changes transported labour division in favour of ecologically more friendly types of transport (for example quick line construction of public transport) and last but not least, traffic diversion from places where the population is directly exposed to emissions and noise from automobiles (planning of new roads, city and community bypasses, etc.). 2035 Demand on transport services 387 607 607 676 707 707 The Centre of Transport Research estimate with the model COPPERT according to the expected territorial development. 202007 202007 The Centre of Transport Research estimate The Centre of Transport Research estimate Implemented 2000 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_28 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam28 EU ETS Single 28 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented EU ETS Energy supply; Industrial processes Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector 3230 5249 Government Government: Ministry of environment 2005 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The decisive instrument to decrease emissions of greenhouse gases from big sources. 2035 Verified emissions from EU-ETS companies. 3230 4199 4199 5249 6036 6036 Study for the Ministry of Environment: [5] Pur L., Čížek R., Spitz J., Filipovský J.: Studie dopadů revize evropského systému emisního obchodování v kontextu klimaticko-energetického balíčku na Českou republiku, zpracováno pro MŽP, Praha, září 2008, Calculations using the EFOM/ENV model https://www.google.cz/#q=Pur+L.%2C+%C4%8C%C3%AD%C5%BEek+R.%2C+Spitz+J.%2C+Filipovsk%C3%BD+J.:+Studie+dopad%C5%AF+revize+evropsk%C3%A9ho+syst%C3%A9mu+emisn%C3%ADho+obchodov%C3%A1n%C3%AD+v+kontextu+klimaticko-energetick%C3%A9ho+bal%C3%AD%C4%8Dku+na+%C4%8Ceskou+republiku%2C+zpracov%C3%A1no+pro+M%C5%BDP%2C+Praha%2C+z%C3%A1%C5%99%C3%AD+2008 35 35 The costs of emission reduction corresponds with the expected emission allowance price in 2030. Calculations using the EFOM/ENV model Study for the Ministry of Environment: [5] Pur L., Čížek R., Spitz J., Filipovský J.: Studie dopadů revize evropského systému emisního obchodování v kontextu klimaticko-energetického balíčku na Českou republiku, zpracováno pro MŽP, Praha, září 2008 https://www.google.cz/#q=Pur+L.%2C+%C4%8C%C3%AD%C5%BEek+R.%2C+Spitz+J.%2C+Filipovsk%C3%BD+J.:+Studie+dopad%C5%AF+revize+evropsk%C3%A9ho+syst%C3%A9mu+emisn%C3%ADho+obchodov%C3%A1n%C3%AD+v+kontextu+klimaticko-energetick%C3%A9ho+bal%C3%AD%C4%8Dku+na+%C4%8Ceskou+republiku%2C+zpracov%C3%A1no+pro+M%C5%BDP%2C+Praha%2C+z%C3%A1%C5%99%C3%AD+2008 Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Czech Republic_29 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam29 Support of voluntary commitments to energy savings Single 29 Single PaM Fiscal, Voluntary Planned EU ETS, ESD Energy consumption; Transport Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles 57 81 Government Government: Ministry of industry 2018 No No information CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Tax allowances, where applicable, possibility to draw the grants for energy end-users, who commit themselves to meet a certain reduction in energy efficiency (or absolute reduction in energy consumption or CO2 emissions). 2035 Enery saved 51 6 73 9 82 72 9 8 68 76 NAPEE III (National energy efficiency action plan) http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr 770 770 Rough estimate of price of emission reduction based on own energy audits performed in industrial plants. NAPEE III http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr Planned 2018 With additional measuses No No information
Czech Republic_30 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam30 Energy labelling of household electrical appliances Single 30 Single PaM Economic, Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances 296 312 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2001 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml A thorough inspection of energy labelling of appliances in shops, checking the information content of labels by testing the electrical appliances; Financial support for information campaigns promoting energy-saving electrical appliances 2035 Sales structure by individual label categories. 296 323 323 312 240 240 NAPEE III (National energy efficiency action plan) http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr 0 0 Costs linked to labelling are considered negligible. Implemented 2001 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures
Czech Republic_31 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam31 Application of the Energy Star Agreement on office equipment Single 31 Single PaM Information Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances 38 40 Government Government: Minitry of industry and trade 2006 Yes Energy Star Program CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Promoting the selection of office appliances in bulk purchases; information support for all categories of consumers 2035 Sales structure by individual label categories. 38 42 42 40 35 35 NAPEE III (National energy efficiency action plan) http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr 0 0 Costs linked to labelling are considered negligible. NAPEE III http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr Implemented 2006 With existing measures Yes Energy Star Program
Czech Republic_32 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam32 Application of the Ecodesign Directive Single 32 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances 104 114 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2007 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The directive imposes among others energy efficiency requirements to products from the early stage on the design phase in order to decrease energy consumption and impacts on the climate and environment. The whole product life cycle should be regarded in an integrated perspective. Among others, energy consumption of the whole product's life cycle should be taken into consideration. 2035 Appliances sales structure 104 119 119 114 88 88 NAPEE III (National energy efficiency action plan) http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr We were not able to estimate costs related to this measure. Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures
Czech Republic_33 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam33 Recast of the Directive on energy performance of buildings Single 33 Single PaM Information, Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings 532 446 Government Government: Ministry of industry and trade 2012 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU) CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The measure stipulates minimum requirements as regards the energy performance of new and existing buildings, requires the certification of their energy performance and the regular inspection of boilers and air conditioning systems in buildings. 2035 Numbers of newly built and refurbished houses. 532 474 474 446 446 446 NAPEE II http://www.mpo-efekt.cz/upload/7799f3fd595eeee1fa66875530f33e8a/ef13_3111_enviros_novelizace_napee-ii-final.pdf 5921 5921 Extra costs spent in order to comply with near zero energy consumption building standards. NAPEE II http://www.mpo-efekt.cz/upload/7799f3fd595eeee1fa66875530f33e8a/ef13_3111_enviros_novelizace_napee-ii-final.pdf Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU)
Czech Republic_41 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam41 Extension of Public Sector Role in Demonstration of New Technologies Single 41 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector 285 232 Government Government: Ministry of environment 2010 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The public sector is obliged to follow certains rules leading to purchases of energy efficient appliances. Energy savings from 2020 account to 2 880 TJ/year 2035 Energy savings in public sector % 285 253 253 232 232 232 NAPEE III. Emissions were calculated from energy savings using average emission coefficients of the electricity production. http://databaze-strategie.cz/cz/mpo/strategie/narodni-akcni-plan-energeticke-ucinnosti-cr Implemented 2010 With existing measures No No information
Czech Republic_44 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam44 Regulation (EU) No 517/2014 of 16 April 2014 on fluorinated greenhouse gases and repealing Regulation (EC) No 842/2006 Single 44 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Industrial processes Industrial processes: Replacement of fluorinated gases by other substances Industrial processes: Replacement of fluorinated gases by other substances 552 2029 Government Government: Ministry of environment 2015 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014 HFC With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Ban on introduction of fluorinated gases with a high GWP for given purposes of use. Percentage to calculate the maximum quantity of hydrofluorocarbons to be placed on the market: 2018-2020: 63%, 2030: 21% 2035 Consumption of fluorinated gase with a high GWP [tons] 552 1022 1022 2029 2558 2558 ENVIROS, spreadsheet calculation according the EU legislation, especially Regulation 517/2014/EU http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32014R0517&from=EN Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014
Czech Republic_48 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam48 Cross Compliance - fulfilment of Good Agricultural and Environmental Conditions Single 48 Single PaM Education, Information Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management; Agriculture: Improved livestock management Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Other activities improving cropland management,Agriculture: Improved livestock management Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2009 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CH4, N2O, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The subsidies can be granted only on the condition that a beneficiary meets the statutory management requirements addressing environment, public health, the health of animals and plants, and animal welfare, the standards of good agricultural and environmental conditions (GAEC); and minimum requirements for fertilizer and plant protection product use as part of agro-environmental measures. 2035 Percentage of agricultural subjects that have passed the control audit. The direct payments and other selected subsidies can be granted only on the condition that a beneficiary meets the statutory management requirements addressing environment, public health, the health of animals and plants, and animal welfare; the standards of good agricultural and environmental conditions (GAEC); and minimum requirements for fertilizer and plant protection product use as part of agri-environmental measures. http://eagri.cz/public/web/mze/dotace/kontroly-podminenosti-cross-compliance/ Implemented 2009 With existing measures Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_49 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam49 Nitrate Directive (1991/676/EEC) - 3rd Action Plan Single 49 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented ESD Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2016 Yes Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml Water protection against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources. Remarcation of vulnerable areas and setting of rules for management 2035 Amount of mineral fertilizers and manure applicated to soil in vulnerable areas http://www.agriland.ie/farming-news/changes-nitrate-action-programme-explained/ Implemented 2016 With existing measures Yes Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC
Czech Republic_55 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam55 Updated recommendations for implementing the proposed measures of NLP II Single 55 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Planned LULUCF Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests; Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances; Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management Land use, land use change and forestry: Conservation of carbon in existing forests,Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances,Land use, land use change and forestry: Enhanced forest management 458 395 Government Government: Ministry of agriculture 2017 Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) CO2 With additional measuses http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml To cultivate diversified forest stands with the greatest possible use of natural processes, varied species composition, natural regeneration and variability of silvicultural practices. Summary of recommendations on the implementation of the proposed measures NLP II after discussing forestry experts. Emission inventory of LULUCF sector are particularly important recommendations in Key Action 6 of NLP II, which are aimed to reduce of global climate change and extreme weather events. 2035 Area of cultivated forests 458 584 584 395 395 395 IFER, expert estimation http://www.mzp.cz/C1257458002F0DC7/cz/opatreni_v_ramci_lulucf/$FILE/OEOK_LULUCF2015_29032017.pdf Planned 2017 With additional measuses Yes CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Czech Republic_9 Czech Republic 2918 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam9 Ecological Tax Reform Single 9 Single PaM Fiscal, Regulatory Implemented ESD, EU ETS Energy consumption; Energy supply; Transport Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors; Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors,Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport 127.5 116.6 Government Government: Ministry of Finance 2007 Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/cz/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwavk2q/CZ-adjusted.xml The measure stipulates consumers’ tax on energy carriers more or less exactly equal to minimal levels required by the EU directive. 2035 State's income from excise tax on fuels. 78.7 46.2 73.9 45.9 119.8 71.9 44.7 66.4 41.2 107.6 NAPEE III (National energy efficiency action plan) 23 23 Amount of excise tax paid for fuels and energy. Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Denmark_1 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam1 G2(former TD-1a): Energy taxes Group 1 2,3,4,5 Economic, Fiscal See individual PaMs No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Ministry of Taxation,Government: Ministry of Taxation,Government: Ministry of Taxation,Government: Ministry of Taxation See individual PaMs Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2, CH4, N2O See individual PaMs http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Tax on energy use in Denmark. Denmark has had taxes on energy for many years . Since the first oil crisis in the early 1970s, the rates of the taxes have been aimed at reducing consumption and promoting the instigation of more energy-saving measures. Lower energy consumption will reduce emissions of CO2, methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O) associated with combustion of fossil fuels. See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs See individual PaMs Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Denmark_61 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam61 WA-8(expired): Subsidy programme for cleaner products Single 61 Single PaM Economic Expired No information Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction Waste management/waste: Demand management / reduction Government Government: Ministry for the Environment 1999 No No information CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Under the subsidy programme for cleaner products 1999-2003 it was possible to get grants for projects targetted at reducing the environmental impact from management of waste generated throughout the life cycle of products as well as for projects with the objective to limit environmental problems in connection with waste management. In 2005 this programme was replaced by the Danish government’s “Enterprise Scheme” (see WA-4). 2003 Expired 1999 With existing measures No No information
Denmark_2 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam2 TD-1b: Mineral-oil Tax Act Single 2 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 1993 Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Tax on mineral oil products in Denmark. The Mineral-oil Tax Act entered into force on 1 January 1993. Before this, the tax on petrol was regulated via the Petrol Tax Act, which entered into force on 1 January 1983, and the Act on Taxation of Gas Oil and Diesel Oil, Heating Oil, Heating Tar, and Crude Oil was regulated via the Act on Taxation of certain Oil Products, which entered into force on 3 October 1977. Tax rates from recent years are shown in Table 4.6. From 1 June 1999 a tax differentiation between light diesel and diesel low in sulphur was introduced, to encourage the use of diesel low in sulphur, which is less polluting than light diesel. This was accomplished and a change took place soon after to the effect that almost all diesel sold was low in sulphur. The purpose of further differentiation from 1 January 2005 favouring sulphur-free diesel was likewise to encourage the use of this type of diesel in favour of diesel low in sulphur, and this has been successful. In addition, tax differentiation has been introduced in order to achieve environmental goals other than direct reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Thus tax differentiation has been introduced with a view to phasing out lead in petrol. The rate of tax to achieve this environmental goal is shown in Table 4.7. Implemented 1993 With existing measures Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Denmark_3 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam3 TD-2: Gas Tax Act Single 3 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 1996 Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Tax on consumption of natural gas and town gas in Denmark. Implemented 1996 With existing measures Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Denmark_4 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam4 TD-3: Coal Tax Act Single 4 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 1982 Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Tax rated after the calorific value of coal, coke, furnace coke, coke gravel, crude coke, lignite briquettes and lignite, tall oil, wood tar, vegetable pitch etc. Implemented 1982 With existing measures Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Denmark_5 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam5 TD-4: Electricity Tax Single 5 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 1977 Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Tax on consumption of electricity. The electricity tax was introduced on 1 April 1977. With effect from 1 January 2013, the tax on electricity used for heating was reduced considerably, to take into account, that an increasing amount of renewable energy was being used in electricity production. It has been estimated that this will lead to an emission reduction outside the emissions trading scheme of 0.15 million tonnes CO2 in 2015 and 0.29 million tonnes in 2018. Table 4.10 shows the development in electricity tax rates since 2002. Implemented 1977 With existing measures Yes Energy Taxation Directive 2003/96/EC
Denmark_11 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam11 EN-1: EU-CO2-emission trading scheme for electricity and district heat production and certain industrial processes (incl. Business) and aviation from 2012 Single 11 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Implemented No information Energy supply Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector; Energy supply: Control of fugitive emissions from energy production Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Efficiency improvement in the energy and transformation sector,Energy supply: Control of fugitive emissions from energy production Government Government: Danish Energy Agency and entities uner the EU ETS 2005 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml A key instrument for reaching the goals for emission reductions is the EU Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS), which is a CO2 allowance scheme for energy production and energy-intensive industries as described in section 4.3.1. The EU Member States have devised this trading scheme for greenhouse gas emissions in order to fulfil the international climate commitments set out in the Kyoto Protocol, in particular with the aim of reducing CO2 emissions from energy production and energy-intensive industries. The allowances scheme entered into force on 1 January 2005. The 2005-2007 period was used as a testing phase. The EU ETS Directive has been revised a number of times. The allowance allocation for 2008-2012 was determined on the basis of the national allocation plan from July 2006, submitted the European Commission. The EU ETS 2008-2012 has been an important measure in Denmark's fulfilment of its climate obligations under the first commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol. The scheme aligns well with government policy for the energy area on liberalisation of the energy markets and management of environment efforts by the market. The installations subject to the allowance regulations account for a little less than half of Danish emissions of greenhouse gases. Almost all major Danish installations with considerable emissions are covered by the ETS. Most of these are generators of power and heat, the rest are industrial enterprises plus a few production units within the offshore sector. Both the statutory and the administrative basis for the scheme have been established. The necessary legal basis was adopted by the Danish Folketing in June 2004 and the 2008-2012 national allocation plan was approved by the European Commission on 31 August 2007. According to the national allocation plan for the period 2008-2012 an average annual allowance of 24.5 million tonnes CO2 has been allocated. According to the allocation plan this should correspond to a drop in annual emissions of about 5 million tonnes per year in 2008-2012, or a reduction of about 17% compared with emissions expected in the national allocation plan for the period. This level was set by balancing environmental considerations against competitiveness and jobs: • Electricity and heat producers were allocated about 15.8 million EAUs. The allowance for electricity generation is allocated as ”per kWh”, while for heat production allowances are allocated according to emissions in the base years 1998-2004. • The other 133 installations (industry and offshore) have been allocated allowances corresponding to emissions in the base years 1998-2004. A total of 8.2 million tonnes CO2 per year have been allocated to industry and offshore. • A special reserve of 0.5 million tonnes CO2 per year has been allocated with free allowances for new installations and significant extensions to existing units. Allowances not allocated by the end of the commitment period or returned due to closures have been auctioned. The period 2008 – 2012 was finalized in 2013 with the final surrendering of allowances and credits by companies participating in the EU ETS as shown in section 4.3.1. The new EU Climate and Energy Agreement from December 2008 extended the ETS system to 2013-2020 in order for the EU to reduce CO2 emissions by 20% in 2020. At the same time allocation was centralised and auctioning is to be used more extensively from 2013. The allowances have been calculated for this period in accordance with the EU benchmarking decision 2011/278/EU. Annex 1f contains an overview of the installations and aviation operators covered and their allowance allocation for 2013-2020. However, the current low allowances price has made it more difficult to initiate the necessary transition and green investments after 2012. Developments in allowances prices have particular significance for Danish emissions and they affect the need to initiate other, new mitigation initiatives. The low allowances price makes the situation relatively more expensive for countries like Denmark, who want to take the lead. Therefore, efforts to increase the level of ambition in EU climate policy are key in the Danish government’s climate change policy to achieve the national target. Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU
Denmark_13 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam13 EN-3: Price supplement and subsidies for renewable energy production Single 13 Single PaM Economic Implemented No information Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Danish Energy Agency and entities responsible for energy production 2008 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The increasing use of renewable energy sources is reducing emissions of CO2 from fossil fuels. The long term goal for the Danish government is to be independent of fossil fuels by 2050. The initiatives in the political energy agreement concluded by the government and a broad majority in the Parliament in March 2012 cover these crucial energy policy areas for the period until 2020. The parties to the current energy agreement have agreed by 2018 to commence discussions on additional initiatives for the period after 2020. The expected headline results for 2020 are the following: more than 40% renewable energy in final energy consumption; approximately 50% of electricity consumption to be supplied by wind power; approximately 8% reduction in gross energy consumption in relation 2010; and 34% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in relation to 1990. Renewable energy sources are promoted with economic measures, including use of energy and CO2 taxes on fossil fuels and through the Public Service Obligation Schemes (PSO), which have been a supplement to the price of electricity paid by all consumers until 2017. The Danish PSO levy will be phased out during a period of 5 years (2017-2022), and the financing of support to renewables will gradually shift to the State Budget. Implemented 2008 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Denmark_14 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam14 EN-4: Tenders for offshore wind turbines Single 14 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Danish Energy Agency and entities responsible for energy production 2013 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml In accordance with the energy policy agreement from February 2008, the expansion of wind power since the Fifth National Communication in December 2009 has included a tender for and construction of a 400 MW offshore wind farm at the island of Anholt. This wind farm started to operate in September 2013. The current Energy Agreement set in place in 2012 includes a target of applying another 1900 MW of new capacity from onshore and offshore wind by the end of 2021. Most of the new capacity will come from offshore wind power. In this respect the Danish Energy Agency was responsible for tendering 1350 MW new offshore capacity: The Horns Rev 3 tender of 400 MW in the North Sea with expected commissioning in 2018, the Kriegers Flak tender of 600 MW in the Baltic Sea with expected commissioning in the period 2019-21 and the so-called near shore tender of 350 MW – Vesterhav Nord and Syd - with expected commissioning in 2020. Also part of the 2012 Energy Agreement, Denmark was responsible for tendering 50 MW offshore test projects – Nissum Bredning test project (28MW) was signed with expected commissioning in 2017. As a result, wind energy is expected to cover 50 % of Danish electricity consumption in 2020. Implemented 2013 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Denmark_15 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam15 EN-5(expired): Scrapping scheme for old wind turbines Single 15 Single PaM Economic Expired No information Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 2008 Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The scrapping scheme has supported the taking down of old and unfavourable placed wind turbines and has supported the expansion of wind power. 2015 Expired 2008 With existing measures Yes RES directive 2009/28/EC
Denmark_17 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam17 BU-1: Agreements on energy efficiency with business Single 17 Single PaM Economic, Voluntary Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 1993 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml In connection with the implementation of the CO2 tax also a subsidy for CO2 tax discount for energy intensive industries was introduced. However, a condition for getting the CO2 tax discount is an agreement on improvements in energy efficiency between the company and the Danish Energy Agency. The first implementation period was 1993-2013. After one year expiration the voluntary agreement scheme was reintroduced in 2015. The electricity intensive companies get a subsidy for their PSO tax on electricity. 2020 Implemented 1993 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Denmark_18 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam18 BU-2: Savings activities by elec. grid, gas, oil and district heating companies (consump. of final energy excl. Transp.) Single 18 Single PaM Information Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 2006 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The energy companies carry out campaigns and energy saving activities aimed at energy consumers. And the energy companies are obliged to realise savings in final consumption. In their efforts there are no geographical or sector limitations. The target for the savings is 10.1 PJ for the period 2016-2020. The effort is financed by the consumers via the consumers' energy bills. The target for the energy savings is 10.1 PJ for the period 2016-2020. Implemented 2006 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Denmark_19 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam19 BU-6: Circular on energy-efficiency in state institutions Single 19 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in services/ tertiary sector Government Government: The Danish Energy Agency is responsible for the circular. The individual ministries and state institutions are responsible for the implementation of the circular. 2005 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures;Energy Star Program;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml "The circular require state institutions to:  Focus on energy efficiency in their behaviour  Buy energy efficient products  Operate state buildings in an energy efficient manner  Report on, and make public, figures on consumption of energy and water and energy labelling of buildings" Implemented 2005 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures; Energy Star Program; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU
Denmark_20 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam20 BU-7(expired): Campaigns and promotion of efficient appliances ( including elec. heating, conversion and efficient appliances in households) Single 20 Single PaM Information Expired No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Government Government: The Minister for Climate and Energy / The Danish Energy Authority 1997 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures;Energy Star Program;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The task of the Electricity Saving Trust included the promotion of efficient electric appliances etc. and electric heating conversion in households and the public sector. The Trust were making use of measures such as national campaigns, efforts to influence the market, voluntary agreements and efforts to raise awareness on the consumption. The budget was approx. DKK 90-100 mill. annually. 2012 Expired 1997 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures; Energy Star Program; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services
Denmark_21 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam21 BU-8(expired): Renewables for the industry Single 21 Single PaM Economic Expired EU ETS, ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy 1000 1000 Government Government: Danish Energy Agency, other state authorities, enterprises 2013 Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU;RES directive 2009/28/EC;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Businesses will be able to get support from a DKK 3.75 billion fund to convert to renewable energy sources or district heating in accordance with the following objectives: • Support businesses to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy – such as wind, solar, biogas or biomass – to power manufacturing, • Support businesses to replace fossil fuels by district heating. E.g. horticulture will be able to change from coal-fired boilers to district heating, • Support businesses to invest in energy-efficiency measures. The estimated effect of this “Renewables for industry” initiative is a reduction of 1 million tonnes of CO2 per year from 2020 and onwards. 2016 The estimated effects of the March 2012 Energy Agreement, by which the PAM was adopted, was published in 2012. 1000 1000 https://ens.dk/sites/ens.dk/files/EnergiKlimapolitik/samlede_effekter_energiaftalen_030412.pdf Expired 2013 With existing measures Yes EU ETS directive 2003/87/EC as amended by Directive 2008/101/EC and Directive 2009/29/EC and implementing legislation, in particular 2010/2/EU, 2011/278/EU and 2011/638/EU; RES directive 2009/28/EC; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_22 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam22 BU-9: Mandatory Energy Audit for large Enterprises Single 22 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Large enterprises in Denmark are by law required to have a mandatory energy audit every fourth year . The law transposes the energy efficiency directive article 8 . Enterprises with ISO 50,001 or ISO 14,001 are exempt. The Energy Audit must be carried out before the 5th of December 2015 and afterwards every fourth year. The scope of the energy audit is buildings, processes and transport. There are no requirement of the use and implementation of the results from the energy audit. Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_23 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam23 BU-10: The center for energy savings in enterprises Single 23 Single PaM Information Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement in industrial end-use sectors Government Government: Danish Eneergy Agency 2014 Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services;Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The Center for Energy savings in enterprises As part of a new political agreement from June 2014 on growth 40 million DKK (5.4 million EURO) was allocated to run a new centre for energy savings in enterprises. The money was given for the period 2014-2017. The aim of the centre is to identify and exploit the energy efficiency potential already existing within primarily small and medium sized companies. 2017 Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Directive 2006/32/EC on end-use energy efficiency and energy services; Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_24 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam24 TR-1a: EU demands on vehicle manufactures to deliver fuel efficient cars and vans Single 24 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Transport Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Transport: Efficiency improvements of vehicles Other Other: European Commission 2000 Yes Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011);Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The EU’s requirements on average CO2 emissions for passenger cars and vans, i.e. the mechanism imposing fines on manufacturers if they fail to comply with the CO2 targets. Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011); Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_25 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam25 TR-1b(expired): Information campaign on fuel consumption of new cars Single 25 Single PaM Information Expired No information Transport Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved behaviour Government Government: Denmark`s Road Safety and Transport Agency 2000 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011);Motor Vehicles Directive 2006/40/EC;Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC;Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC;Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC;Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml DKK 14 million was allocated for a campaign aimed at raising public awareness about energy labelling of new cars and vans. 2015 Expired 2000 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011); Motor Vehicles Directive 2006/40/EC; Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC; Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC; Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC; Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU
Denmark_26 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam26 TR-2(expired): Energy-correct driving technique Single 26 Single PaM Information Expired No information Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour Government Government: Ministry of Justice 2000 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011);Motor Vehicles Directive 2006/40/EC;Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC;Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC;Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC;Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml DKK 28 million was allocated to campaigns to promote energy-efficient driving. Experience shows that most people are able to save between 5% and 15% fuel by adopting a more energy-efficient driving style. 2015 Expired 2000 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011); Motor Vehicles Directive 2006/40/EC; Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC; Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC; Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC; Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU
Denmark_27 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam27 TR-3(expired): Initiative on enforcing speed limits Single 27 Single PaM Economic, Information Expired No information Transport Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Improved behaviour Government Government: Ministry of Justice 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011);Motor Vehicles Directive 2006/40/EC;Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC;Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC;Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU;Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml As of February 1, 2015 the number of mobile speed enforcement devices (mobile cameras) was increased from 25 to 100 nationwide. The effect on GHG emissions is uncertain, but it has previously been estimated that increased enforcement of speed limits could result in a reduction of approximately 55.000 tonnes CO2 annually. 2015 Expired 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Regulation on CO2 from cars and vans (2009/443/EC and no. 510/2011); Motor Vehicles Directive 2006/40/EC; Regulation EURO 5 and 6 2007/715/EC; Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC; Eurovignette Directive on road infrastructure charging 2011/76/EU; Directive on the Promotion of Clean and Energy Efficient Road Transport Vehicles 2009/33/EC
Denmark_28 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam28 TR-4(expired): Establishment of intermodal installations Single 28 Single PaM Economic Expired No information Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Improved behaviour Government Government: Ministry of Transport and Energy, municipalities, Danish State Railways (DSB) 2014 Yes Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Promotion of the establishment of intermodal installations has been a general transport policy for many years. In 2009, as a result of a broad political agreement regarding transport policy in Denmark, funds were allocated to several activities in the transport sector. This includes: • DKK 200 million for projects on energy-efficient transport, where the following project has focus on the promotion of the establishment of intermodal installations: o Rail-truck container transfer systems to promote multi-modal transport 2015 Expired 2014 With existing measures Yes Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC
Denmark_29 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam29 TR-5(expired): Promotion of environmentally friendly goods transport Single 29 Single PaM Economic, Information Expired No information Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved behaviour Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved behaviour Government Government: Danish Environmental Protection Agency, Haulage contractors 2014 Yes Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Promotion of environmentally friendly goods transport has been a general transport policy for many years. In 2009, as a result of a broad political agreement regarding transport policy in Denmark, funds were allocated to several activities in the transport sector. This includes: • DKK 200 million for projects on energy-efficient transport, where the following projects have focus on promotion of environmentally friendly goods transport - solely or partly: o Off-peak delivery scheme for goods using low-noise equipment o City logistics for goods transport o Lightweight materials for pressurized equipment, containers etc. o Mobility Management o Intelligent Transport Systems 2015 Expired 2014 With existing measures Yes Regulation Euro VI for heavy duty vehicles 2009/595/EC
Denmark_30 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam30 TR-6(expired): Reduced travel times for public transport Single 30 Single PaM Regulatory Expired No information Transport Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport; Transport: Demand management/reduction Transport: Modal shift to public transport or non-motorized transport,Transport: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Ministry of Transport and Energy and Danish State Railways (DSB) 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml In 2013, the Danish government decided to allocate DKK 27.5 billion to improve the rail infrastructure in Denmark substantially. The upgrade is expected to be finalized by 2025 and will reduce travel times substantially. A CO2 reduction of around 100,000 tonnes per year is expected. 2015 Expired 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_6 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam6 TD-5: CO2 tax on energy products Single 6 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 1992 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Tax on energy products depending on their contribution to CO2 emissions. The CO2 tax on energy products was introduced on 1 March 1992 and was imposed on different types of energy products relative to their CO2 emissions. From 1 January 2010 a structural change in the CO2 tax was implemented as an adaption to the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. The tax rate was increased to DKK 150 /tonne of CO2 indexed as mentioned below, cf. table 4.11. Table 4.12 shows examples of the different types of CO2 taxes converted into consumer units. In addition to this, there are CO2 taxes on heating tar, crude oil, coke, crude oil coke, lignite briquettes and lignite, LPG, and other gases. As of 1 January 2008 the CO2 taxes follow a yearly regulation of 1.8% in the period 2008-2015, similar to the energy taxes. From 2016 the tax is regulated with the consumer price index two years prior. Implemented 1992 With existing measures No No information
Denmark_7 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam7 TD-6: Green Owner Tax - a fuel-efficiency-dependent annual tax on motor vehicles Single 7 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Energy consumption; Transport Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 1997 No No information CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Car owners have to pay half-yearly taxes which are differentiated in accordance with the fuel efficiency of the cars, expressed in kilometres per litre. The energy consumption of electric cars is converted to a petrol fuel efficiency on the basis of the energy content of petrol. Implemented 1997 With existing measures No No information
Denmark_8 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam8 TD-7: Registration Tax - a fuel-efficiency-dependant registration tax on passenger cars and vans Single 8 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Energy consumption; Transport Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Energy consumption: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 2000 No No information CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The registration tax on motorised vehicles is calculated on basis of the value of the vehicle. It is furthermore integrated in the design of the registration tax that cars are granted deductions in the registration tax with reference to their specific energy efficiency and safety equipment. Cars with high energy efficiencies, such as electric vehicles, are granted large reductions in the registration tax. Electric vehicles are furthermore granted deductions in the registration tax until 2020. The deductions are given as percentage rebates on the total registration tax of the vehicle, after all other deductions. The deductions are respectively 80%, 60%, 35% and 10% in the years 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Additionally, there is a fixed deduction in 2016 and 2017. Implemented 2000 With existing measures No No information
Denmark_9 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam9 TD-8: Tax on HFCs, PFCs and SF6 - equivalent to the CO2 tax Single 9 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 2001 No No information HFC, PFC, SF6 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Tax on HFCs, SF6 and PFCs. The tax is differentiated in accordance with the global warming potential of the substance with DKK 0.17 per kilogramme of CO2 equivalents as the general principle and with DKK 600 per kilogramme of CO2 equivalents as a general upper limit. Implemented 2001 With existing measures No No information
Denmark_10 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam10 TD-9: Tax on methane from natural gas fired power plants - equivalent to the CO2 tax Single 10 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented ESD Energy supply Energy supply: Reduction of losses; Energy supply: Control of fugitive emissions from energy production; Energy supply: Other energy supply Energy supply: Reduction of losses,Energy supply: Control of fugitive emissions from energy production,Energy supply: Other energy supply ('Methane reduction') Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 2011 No No information CH4, CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Tax on methane emissions from natural gas fired power plants - equal in terms of CO2 equivalents to the CO2 tax. As of 1 January 2011 a tax on methane emissions - equal in terms of CO2 equivalents to the CO2 tax - from natural gas fired power plants was introduced. This is expected to reduce methane emissions from gas engines through behavioural changes such as changing from motor operation to boiler operation and establishing mitigation measures. Consumption is also expected to fall as the price of heat will increase. These behavioural changes will result in falls in the emissions of unburned methane from power stations. In addition, CO2 emissions will fall and consumption of natural gas will fall. In total, a decline of 0.06 million tonnes CO2 equivalent emissions in 2 out of 5 years is expected, corresponding to an average annual reduction effect of approximately 0.02 million tonnes CO2 equivalent per year in 2008-12. In total, a decline of 0.06 million tonnes CO2 equivalent emissions in 2 out of 5 years is expected, corresponding to an average annual reduction effect of approximately 0.02 million tonnes CO2 equivalent per year in 2008-12. Implemented 2011 With existing measures No No information
Denmark_31 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam31 TR-7: Spatial planning Single 31 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars; Transport: Demand management/reduction; Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars,Transport: Demand management/reduction,Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Local Local: Municipalities 2000 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Spatial planning on state, regional and local level is also taking into account the objective to limit the growth in demand for passenger and freight transport and thereby reduce the number of vehicle kilometres driven and GHGs emitted. For example, spatial planning, in terms of urbanization and increased focus on minimising distances between residential areas/city centres and stations, help to reduce the need for transport. Implemented 2000 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_12 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam12 EN-2: Biomass Agreement (Agreement on the use of biomass in electricity production) Single 12 Single PaM Economic, Voluntary Implemented No information Energy supply Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy Government Government: The electricity producers 1993 No No information CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml In 2015, biomass accounted for approximately 62% of renewable-energy production, mostly in the form of straw, wood pellets, wood chip and biodegradable waste for incineration. Approximately half of the biomass was imported, mainly in the form of wood pellets (32 PJ), biofuels (7 PJ), wood chips (6 PJ) and fire wood (3 PJ). The energy production from biomass has more than doubled since 1990 - primarily due to the policy agreement from 1993 (the Biomass Agreement: requires power plants to use 1.4 million tonnes of straw and wood, equivalent to almost 20 PJ per year) and the policy agreement from February 2008 on the increased use of straw and chips at the large co-generation plants (up to 700,000 tonnes in 2011). At the same time, the consumption of biomass continues to rise as a source of energy for the supply of heat in district-heating plants and in smaller installations for households, enterprises and institutions. Although it was demonstrated in Denmark in the mid-1990s that biogas plants can be established with reliable operation and with an acceptable economy biogas still only accounted for 3.3% of renewable-energy production in 2013. Liquid biofuels, such as animal and vegetable oils, biodiesel and bioethanol, is used only on a small scale. Liquid biofuels from bio-waste by the so-called second generation technologies are now at a low level. 1900 MW of new capacity from onshore and offshore wind by the end of 2021 Implemented 1993 With existing measures No No information
Denmark_32 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam32 TR-8: EU requirements regarding biofuels Single 32 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 2012 Yes Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml From 2012 all petrol and diesel for transport sold in Denmark must contain an average of 5.75% of biofuels, which must live up to the EU sustainability criteria. According to the Energy Agreement of March 2012 a 10 per cent target is foreseen by 2020, however this will depend on further analysis of alternative instruments carried out by 2017. This will probably lead to a lower blending mandate. 5.75% of biofuels in petrol and diesel by 2012. Implemented 2012 With existing measures Yes Biofuels directive 2003/30/EC
Denmark_16 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam16 EN-6: Energy development and demonstration Single 16 Single PaM Information Implemented No information Energy consumption; Energy supply; Transport Energy consumption: Other energy consumption; Energy supply: Other energy supply; Transport: Other transport Energy consumption: Other energy consumption ('Research and development'),Energy supply: Other energy supply ('Research and development'),Transport: Other transport ('Research and development') Government Government: EUDP Secretariat c/o Danish Energy Agency 2008 No No information CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Danish support for new energy technologies has been comprehensive and relatively stable. A long list of direct and indirect support schemes and policies have, in combination, created a domestic market which has given Danish companies a boost. This boost has enabled many companies to become international market leaders. Danish companies continue to enjoy commercial success within the energy-related marketplace. R&D activities include energy savings, more efficient energy conversion and renewable energy technologies. Research and development activities in the field of energy are not motivated solely by climate issues, but are relevant to climate issues, since they contribute to determining the overall framework for the CO2 intensity of energy production and consumption in the future. There is a broad political commitment to support R&D activities through public funding and the Danish Government has in its manifesto by November 2016 stated that Denmark is committed to an ambitious green transition for the national energy supply. This calls for comprehensive R&D efforts for the development of improved and new sustainable energy technologies. Denmark is one of the partners in Mission Innovation comprising 22 countries and the European Commission. The aim of Mission Innovation is to strengthen the multilateral R&D efforts within clean energy technologies to promote a continuous cost effective green transition of the energy systems. Thus Denmark has chosen to strengthen the dedicated public investments in clean energy research, development and demonstration focusing on reduction of technology costs and CO2 emissions and with an emphasis on innovative projects that can be replicated and scaled up with the involvement of private investors. Denmark will seek to double these efforts departing from a baseline of the average funding to the Danish Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP) of the years 2015-2016 and until 2020 where DKK 580 million will be allocated. The EUDP programme was established in 2008 and since then the programme has supported more than 600 projects with a total of DDK 3 billion. On average, 45-50% of the activities under the Programme are financed by the EUDP and hence the private investments in the supported projects are of the same size as the public support leading to approximately to DKK 6 billion in total investments. A minor programme is administrated on behalf of the power distribution companies by the Danish power association Dansk Energi. The objective is to support research and development within energy-efficient use of electricity through development of energy-efficient products and processes in buildings, industry etc. The annual funds for this programme are DKK 25 million. Activities relating to strategic research and innovation in general are since 2014 administrated by Danish Innovation Fond. The Fund’s budget for 2017 is 1.25 billion. The Fund covers all sorts of research and innovation projects and is not limited to energy matters. Implemented 2008 With existing measures No No information
Denmark_33 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam33 TR-9(expired): Transport infrastructure projects in the fields of electric vehicles, gas and hydrogen Single 33 Single PaM Economic Expired No information Transport Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars; Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Low carbon fuels/electric cars,Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Government Government: Ministry of Transport 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml In the agreement DKK 70 million has been allocated to transport infrastructure projects in the fields of electric vehicles, gas and hydrogen. An ongoing pilot scheme for electric vehicles has been prolonged until 2015 with an additional funding of DKK 15 million on top of the DKK 35 million from the former Energy Agreement. 2016 Expired 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_34 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam34 TR-10: Electrification of parts of the rail infrastructure Single 34 Single PaM Economic Adopted No information Transport Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Government Government: Ministry of Transport 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml In 2013, the former government decided to allocate the future proceeds from a change in the oil industry taxation to improve the rail infrastructure in Denmark. The upgrade is expected to reduce travel times substantially. In 2017 changed to been seen as also including the measure formerly reported as TR-6. Adopted 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_35 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam35 TR-11(expired): Investments in a new metro line and bicycle transport facilities. Single 35 Single PaM Economic Expired No information Transport Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Government, Local Government: Ministry of Transport,Local: Municipality of Copenhagen 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml DKK 328 million to the establishment of a metro line to the new Nordhavn area in Copenhagen – and DKK 1 billion to improve and promote Danish cycle transport facilities. 2016 Expired 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_36 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam36 TR-12: Investment in a tunnel under the Femern Belt Single 36 Single PaM Economic Adopted No information Transport Transport: Improved transport infrastructure Transport: Improved transport infrastructure 200 Government Government: Ministry of Transport 2028 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The tunnel under the Femern Belt will reduce CO2-emissions by potentially 200.000 tonnes per year. This is mainly because of the following effects: 1.Goods will shift from road to rail. 2. The travel distance from Copenhagen to Hamburg will be shortened. 3.The ferries between Denmark and Germany will cease to operate. 200 Adopted 2028 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_37 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam37 HO-1: Energy labelling of small and large buildings (incl. public sector and business) Single 37 Single PaM Information, Regulatory Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 1997 Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU);Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2, CH4, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Energy labelling of buildings: Denmark has long experience with energy efficiency and energy savings in buildings. From 1990 and until 2015 the energy consumption for heating has been reduced by 17,5% per m2. The goal is to reduce energy consumption in new buildings by 75% by 2020 relative to 2006. The benefits of reducing energy consumption are tangible: less fossil fuel is consumed and the environment has improved substantially. Strict and progressively tightened building regulations since 1977 have ensured a stable demand for energy-efficient building technologies. Energy labelling of buildings when built, sold or rented: Energy labelling of buildings must be implemented after finishing the construction of a building and on the sale or rental of the building - primarily heating consumption. This applies in principle for all buildings, irrespective of size, apart from production facilities, factories etc. Regular energy labelling of large buildings and public buildings: Energy labels and an energy plan must be prepared regularly every seven to ten years for all large buildings over 1,000 m2 and for all public buildings over 250 m2. Reduction of energy consumption in new buildings by 75% by 2020 relative to 2006. Implemented 1997 With existing measures Yes Recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (Directive 2010/31/EU); Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_38 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam38 HO-2: Energy labelling of electric appliances Single 38 Single PaM Information Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Energy consumption: Efficiency improvement of appliances Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 1992 Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Minimum energy requirements and energy labelling of appliances: Energy labelling (A-G) of white goods, lighting, air con etc. is compulsory within the EU. The European Community also has mandatory energy requirements for some 20 energy-consuming products, such as electric motors, circulators, white goods etc. There are also voluntary labelling schemes (Energy Star, Energy Arrow, windows, boilers) for a number of products. Danish authorities play an active role both in negotiation of the requirements and in securing compliance with the compulsory requirements - e.g. through market surveillance. The Danish Energy Agency offers advice on its website to end-users in order to promote energy-efficient appliances and products. Information initiative towards private households: In March 2012 the Centre for Energy Savings was replaced by an information initiative placed at the Energy Agency. The main target of this initiative is to promote energy-efficient products and solutions. The measures of the initiative will be information campaigns, web-based information for private households etc. Implemented 1992 With existing measures Yes Eco-design framework directive 2005/32/EC and its implementing regulations, combined with Labelling Directive 2003/66/EC and 2010/30/EC, including implementing measures; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_39 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam39 HO-3: Substitution of individual oil-based furnaces Single 39 Single PaM Economic, Information Implemented No information Energy consumption; Energy supply Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 2010 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml In 2010-2012 DKK 400 mill. have been allocated to support the substitution of individual oil based furnaces for modern, low emitting heating solutions, including systems based on renewable energy such as heat pumps and solar heating. As of September 2013 the measure has been continued as an information effort without subsidies. Implemented 2010 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_40 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam40 HO-4: Better Houses Single 40 Single PaM Information Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 2014 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml “BetterHouses” is a scheme (voluntary and market-driven system) from the Danish Energy Agency focusing on energy renovation of buildings. The aim is to make it easier for owners of buildings, mostly homeowners, to energy renovate by creating a “one stop shop” for energy renovation, where the owner only has to contact one certified building contractor and to get an overall counselling on energy renovation of the entire building. Skilled workmen are educated under the BetterHouses program to be advisors on energy renovation. The Danish Energy agency approves the BetterHouses firms and professionals like architects, engineers, craftsmen, energy consultants and building designers can take training courses to become BetterHouses advisors. The training is carried out at academies of higher education. A Better Houses advisor can manage the process and can follow the project all the way from plan to completed renovation. Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_41 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam41 HO-5: Strategy for Energy renovation of buildings Single 41 Single PaM Education, Information, Research Implemented No information Energy consumption Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Energy consumption: Efficiency improvements of buildings Government Government: Danish Energy Agency 2014 Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Strategy for energy renovation of buildings: The former Government adopted in May 2014 a strategy for energy renovation of buildings. The strategy contains initiatives which will promote the renovation of the Danish building stocks and insures that energy efficiency measures are implemented on the buildings. It is expected, that the effect of the strategy on energy consumption will be a reduction of net energy consumption for heating and hot water with 35 pct. in 2050 compared with 2014. The strategy includes following initiatives: • Revision and upgrade of building regulations and energy requirements that applies to renovation and retrofitting of existing buildings • Information to building owners, construction companies, financial institutions etc. on energy how to improve energy efficiency • Revision of the energy certificates scheme to improve the efficiency of the scheme • Promotion of the ESCO-concept (ESCO: Energy Service Companies) • Promotion of energy efficiency in public buildings • Measures to improve professional training to craftsmen and engineers in the building sector • Development and demonstration of new technologies. Implemented 2014 With existing measures Yes Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_42 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam42 IP-1: Regulation of use of HFCs, PFCs and SF6 (phasing out most of the uses) Single 42 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Industrial processes Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Industrial processes: Reduction of emissions of fluorinated gases Government Government: Danish Environmental Protection Agency 2006 Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014;Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC HFC, PFC, SF6 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Import, sale and use of the substances or new products containing the substances is forbidden from 1 January 2006 with some exceptions. Implemented 2006 With existing measures Yes F-gas Regulation 517/2014; Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; F-gas Regulation 2006/842/EC
Denmark_43 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam43 AG-1(expired): Action Plan for the Aquatic Environment I+II and Action Plan for Sustainable Agriculture Single 43 Single PaM Regulatory Expired No information Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Government, Local Government: State,Local: Municipalities 1987 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The action plans contain several measures e.g. with the objective to increase the area with winter green fields and better utilisation of manure. 2004 Expired 1987 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC
Denmark_44 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam44 AG-2(expired): Action Plan for the Aquatic Environment III Single 44 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Expired No information Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland Government, Local Government: State,Local: Municipalities 2004 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The plan contain several measures, where the most import in relation to greenhouse gas emissions are:  Establishment of 4000 ha wetlands in 2004 and 2005.  Making the rules on catch crops more rigorous.  Making the rules on exploitation of N in animal manure more rigorous.  Additional environmentally friendly measures in crop farming. 2015 Expired 2004 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Denmark_45 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam45 AG-4a/4b/4c/4d/4e: Reduced emissions of ammonia Single 45 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Government, Local Government: State,Local: Municipalities 2001 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml 1) Optimisation of manure handling in sheds for cattle, pigs, poultry and fur animals. 2) Rules on covering storage facilities for solid manure and slurry tanks. 3) Ban on overall surface spreading and reduction of the time from field application of manure to incorporation. 4) Ban on ammonia treatment of straw. Implemented 2001 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Nitrate Directive 1991/676/EEC
Denmark_46 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam46 AG-4f: Environmental Approval Act for Livestock Holdings Single 46 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Agriculture Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Agriculture: Improved livestock management; Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Agriculture: Improved livestock management,Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems Government, Local Government: State,Local: Municipalities 2007 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013) N2O, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The measures covered by the Environmental Approval Act for Livestock Holdings are: • 300 m buffer zones around ammonia sensistive areas where no extension of livestock farms can take place if such an extension would lead to increased ammonia deposition in natural areas vulnerable to ammonia. • Demand for reduction of ammonia emissions relative to production facility with lowest ammonia emission norm: 2007: 15%, 2008: 20%, 2009: 25% • Demands for injection of animal slurry on black soil and grass within buffer zones (1 km from vulnerable natural areas). • Demand for fixed cover on most new containers for solid manure and slurry tanks (depending on distance to neighbours and vulnerable natural areas). • Reduced number of Livestock Unit per hectare (LU/ha) when in nitrate vulnerable areas with low denitrification capacity • Regulation of phosphorous surplus on manure spreading areas Implemented 2007 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP Reform 2013 regulations: Rural Development (1305/2013), 'Horizontal' issues (1306/2013), Direct payments (1307/2013) and Market measures (1308/2013)
Denmark_47 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam47 AG-6: Biogas plants Single 47 Single PaM Economic Implemented ESD, EU ETS Agriculture; Energy supply Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Agriculture: Improved animal waste management systems,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels 240 Government Government: State 1987 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CO2, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The Energy Policy Agreement continued funding biogas for CHP and introduced subsidy equality so that biogas sold to the natural gas grid receives the same subsidy as biogas used at CHP plants. In addition the agreement also introduced a new subsidy when biogas is used in industrial processes or as a fuel for transport. Implementation of the latter awaits approval by the European Commission under the EU state aid legislation. ”Biogasproduktions konsekvenser for drivhusgasudledning i landbruget” Rapport nr. 197 DCE, 2016. http://dce.au.dk/udgivelser/vr/nr-151-200/abstracts/nr-197-biogasproduktions-konsekvenser-for-drivhusgasudledning-i-landbruget/ Implemented 1987 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC
Denmark_48 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam48 AG-9(expired): Agreement on Green Growth Single 48 Single PaM Economic, Regulatory Expired ESD, EU ETS Agriculture; Energy supply Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy; Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Energy supply: Increase in renewable energy,Energy supply: Switch to less carbon-intensive fuels 500 Government Government: State 2009 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;CAP “Health Check” 2008 and the “Set aside” regulation 73/2009 N2O, CO2, CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml The Green Growth Agreement contains targets with respect to discharges of nitrogen and phosphorus to the aquatic environment, protection of nature and biodiversity, development of renewable energy in the agricultural sector including biogas plant, reduction of harmful pesticides, development of the organic sector and strengthened initiatives within R&D within the agricultural and food sectors. 2015 Grøn Vækst, April 2009, Økonomi- og Erhvervsministeriet http://mfvm.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/FVM.dk/Dokumenter/Servicemenu/Publikationer/Groen_vaekst.pdf Expired 2009 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; CAP “Health Check” 2008 and the “Set aside” regulation 73/2009
Denmark_49 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam49 LU-1: Ban on burning straw on fields Single 49 Single PaM Economic Implemented No information Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Other Land use, land use change and forestry: Other ('Conservation of carbon in agricultural soils and reduction of air pollution.') Government, Local Government: State,Local: Municipalities 1989 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml One of the measures with an effect on return of carbon to the soil has been the ban on burning of straw residues on fields. The ban has resulted in greater return of carbon to the soil, and therefore increased carbon storage in the soil, as well as increased use of straw as a fuel. Both uses will result in a net reduction in CO2 emissions. Not burning straw prevents the methane and nitrous oxide emissions associated with the burning. On the other hand, there are some emissions of nitrous oxide in connection with the return of nitrogen to the soil when the straw is mulched. The measure works by regulating behaviour, and the ban was introduced from 1990. The measure was implemented in the form of a statutory order under the Environmental Protection Act, and compliance is monitored by the local authorities. The objectives are conservation of carbon in agricultural soils and reduction of air pollution. Implemented 1989 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Denmark_50 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam50 LU-2: Planting of windbreaks Single 50 Single PaM Economic Implemented No information Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Other Land use, land use change and forestry: Other ('Enhancing carbon sequestration through planting of windbreaks') Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Food 1960 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Planting of windbreaks is another measure which will increase sequestration in woody biomass. The objective of planting windbreaks has been primarily to reduce wind erosion and ensure greater biodiversity. Planting of windbreaks has been supported under conditions described in the Statutory Order on Subsidies for Planting Windbreaks and Biotope-improving Measures (Statutory Order no. 1101 of 12/12/2002). Support has been granted under the EU Rural Districts Programme. For the period 2017-2019 windbreaks will be supported under the political agreement “Naturpakken” and will focus primarily on ensuring greater biodiversity. Since the end of the 1960s about 1,000 km of tree-lined windbreaks have been planted with government subsidies. It is also estimated that about 30% more has been planted without subsidies. Estimates indicate that planting of windbreaks leads to CO2 sequestration in woody biomass of about 130,000 tonnes CO2/year. Implemented 1960 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Denmark_51 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam51 LU-3: Subsidies scheme for private afforestation on agricultural land (increase the forest area in Denmark) Single 51 Single PaM Economic Implemented No information Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances Government Government: Danish Environmental Protection Agency 1991 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Private owners of agricultural land can get grants for establishment of broadleaves or conifer forests, nursing of these in the first 3 years, establishment of fences, mapping and or accounting of the area - if the forest will be established in an area planned for afforestation. Subsidiced private afforestation 1990-2013: 22.000 ha Implemented 1991 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Denmark_52 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam52 LU-4: Public afforestation (state and municipalities) Single 52 Single PaM Regulatory, Voluntary Implemented No information Land use, land use change and forestry Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation; Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances Land use, land use change and forestry: Afforestation and reforestation,Land use, land use change and forestry: Strengthening protection against natural disturbances Government, Local Government: Danish Environmental Protection Agency,Local: Municipalities 1989 Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml State forests are established with resilient tree-species as a collaboration between state, municipalities and (often) waterworks. On-going implementation through annual budgets. Implemented 1989 With existing measures Yes LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Denmark_53 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam53 LU-5: Subsidy for conversion of arable land on organic soils to nature Single 53 Single PaM Economic Implemented No information Agriculture; Land use, land use change and forestry Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland; Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of drainage or rewetting of wetlands Agriculture: Reduction of fertilizer/manure use on cropland,Land use, land use change and forestry: Prevention of drainage or rewetting of wetlands Government Government: Ministry of Environment and Food 2015 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU CO2, N2O With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml Payment of farmers to revert soils with high organic contents. From 2014 to 2017 is planned to give economic subsides to convert 2500 hectares of organic lowland areas into rewetted natural habitats and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. The organic soils will be registered with no tillage, no fertilisation and no pesticide application. On-going implementation. The initiative is extended to 2020. Implemented 2015 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; LULUCF Decision No 529/2013/EU
Denmark_54 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam54 WA-1: A ban of landfill of combustible waste. Single 54 Single PaM Regulatory Implemented No information Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling; Waste management/waste: Waste incineration with energy use; Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling,Waste management/waste: Waste incineration with energy use,Waste management/waste: Enhanced recycling Local Local: Municipalities 1997 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC;Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC;Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC;Waste Directive 2006/12/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml In 1996 the Statutory Order on Waste was amended to introduce an obligation for municipalities to assign combustible waste to incineration (corresponding to a stop for disposal of combustible waste at landfills) from 1 January 1997. As a result of this, large quantities of combustible waste that used to be disposed of at landfills are now either recycled or used as fuel in Danish incineration plants. Implemented 1997 With existing measures Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC; Landfill Directive 1999/31/EC; Waste Management Framework Directive 2008/98/EC; Waste Directive 2006/12/EC
Denmark_55 Denmark 2907 http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/Converters/run_conversion?file=/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml&conv=524&source=remote#pam55 WA-2: The waste tax Single 55 Single PaM Economic, Fiscal Implemented No information Waste management/waste Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Waste management/waste: Reduced landfilling Government Government: Ministry of Taxation 1987 Yes Effort Sharing Decision 406/2009/EC CH4 With existing measures http://cdr.eionet.europa.eu/dk/eu/mmr/art04-13-14_lcds_pams_projections/pams/envwaqrjw/DK_adjusted.xml A tax is imposed on waste for incineration or landfilling. The taxes are DKK 475 per tonne for landfilling and DKK 60,9/GJ for incineration