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India hpmp preparation - Presentation Transcript
  1. PREPERATION OF HPMP IN INDIA Ozone Cell Government of India Ministry of Environment and Forests
  2. VIENNA CONVENTION AND MONTREAL PROTOCOL
    • The Vienna Convention for the protection of the Ozone Layer was signed in March 1985 .
    • The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer was signed on 16 September 1987 .
    • India has Ratified all the Amendments to the Montreal Protocol
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  4. ACCELERATED PHASEOUT OF HCFCs
    • The 19th Meeting of Parties (MOP) held in Sept. 2007, in Montreal decided (Decision XIX/6) to advance the phase-out of production and consumption of HCFCs by 10 years for an early recovery of Ozone Layer
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  6. TIMELINE
    • Baseline : average of 2009 and 2010 production and consumption
    • Freeze : 2013
    • 10 % reduction of baseline in 2015
    • 35 % reduction of baseline in 2020
    • 67.5 % reduction of baseline in 2025
    • 100% phase-out in 2030
    HCFC PHASE-OUT SCHEDULE – Article 5 Parties Allowing for servicing an annual average of 2.5% during the period 2030-2040
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  8. OVERALL OBJECTIVES
    • Phase out Production and Consumption of HCFCs in accordance with Montreal Protocol phase-out schedule without any commercial and financial dislocations in the country
      • Achieving compliance target set by the Montreal Protocol for stage-I
        • - Establishment of base-line production and consumption sectors – an average of 2009 and 2010 for production and consumption respectively.
        • - 2013 freeze
        • - 10% reduction of baseline in 2015
      • Phase-out of production and consumption of HCFCs to achieve the Stage-II reduction targets: 2020, 2025 and total phase-out in 2030 with an allowance for servicing an annual average of 2.5% during the period 2030-2040.
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  10. BACKGROUND
    • HCFCs are widely used chemicals. The applications include, Refrigeration & Air-conditioning, Foam blowing, Aerosols and Firefighting
    • There are a number of chemicals which fall in this category like HCFC-22, HCFC-141b, HCHC-142b, HCFC-123, HCFC-225 and HCFC-124
    • All these chemicals are the Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) and are controlled by the Montreal Protocol in the schedule Annex C Group 1 Substances
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  12. KEY CHALLENGES IN PHASING-OUT OF HCFCs
    • Period for Change-Over is Short especially for first stage reduction targets
    • Approximately 30 to 40% reduction of the base line consumption in few years (2013/2015)
    • Technical Options are still emerging, Available options may not be the long term Solutions
    • HFCs are the main options to HCFC for most of the applications in refrigeration and air-conditioning
    • HFCs are the potent Green House Gases (GHG) and Emissions of these gases are controlled under Kyoto Protocol
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  14. STRATEGY FOR MEETING CHALLENGES IN PHASING OUT HCFCs
    • Roadmap has been developed with a long term vision, initiatives and action plan
    • Policy instruments are being aligned to meet the needs of accelerated phase-out schedule of HCFCs
    • Strengthening of Institutional Set-up to cater the needs of HCFC phase-out is in progress
    • UNDP as Lead Agency in Association with UNEP,UNIDO, World Bank Govt. Germany (bilateral agency) is responsible for preparation of HPMP
    • Preparation of HPMP was approved at the 56th Ex-Com in Nov. 2008
    • The roadmap details are the part of agenda-Key feature are covered
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  16. POLICY SUPPORT INSTRUMENTS
    • ACTIONS:
    • Review of existing national policy instruments including ODS (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000 & its amendments and align them to the needs of HCFC phase-out.
    • Strengthening of institutional setup in the Ozone Cell – PMU and SPPU
    • Review and strengthening of ODS control enforcement Measures and strengthening the Custom policies with regard to ODS to prevent illegal trade if any
    • Review of existing fiscal incentives to promote non-ODS technologies for smooth transition from HCFCs to non-ODS technologies
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  18. INITIATIVES AND ACTIONS FOR MEETING THE STAGE-I PHASE-OUT TARGETS
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  20. AWARENESS AMONG STAKEHOLDERS
    • ACTIONS:
    • Identification of Stakeholders
    • Initiation of stakeholder interactions at the regional and national level
    • Sensitization of Stake holders and users towards Environmental Concerns
    • Ensuring participation of key stakeholders – Industry/ Industry Associations, NGOs, Research Institutions, Concerned Ministries/ Departments, Defense, Space Research, Shipping, Indian Railways etc.
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  22. ESTABLISHING SUPPLY AND DEMAND SCENARIOS
    • ACTIONS:
    • Carry out Surveys and Reach-out Workshops at National and Regional levels
    • Collection of data on HCFC production and consumption
    • Establishing the overall growth rates of HCFCs consumption commensurate with National GDP and Economic growth
    • Developing Demand and Supply Scenarios
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  24. SECTOR SPECIFIC STRATEGY
    • ACTIONS:
    • Sector Specific Strategy Groups have been formed which include: Industry Association (s), User Organizations, Research Institutions and other stakeholders
    • Identification of Applications Addressing the Sector & Sub-Sectors
    • Establishment of sector-wise/and/or sub-sector-wise growth rates
    • Estimation of sector-specific consumption for the freeze year
    • Assessment of application specific, energy efficient economically viable alternative technologies
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  26. INDIVIDUAL INDUSTRY SPECIFIC PROJECTS PREPERATION
    • ACTIONS:
    • Prioritization of the sub-sectors for Stage-I Phase-out targets
    • Identification of eligible enterprises for MLF Assistance in various sub-sectors
    • Creation interest among the industry partners through awareness to convert their manufacturing facilities to non-ODS at an early stage
  27.   SECTOR PHASE-OUT PLAN FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES
    • ACTIONS:
    • There are large number of Small and Medium Enterprises in the country using HCFCs
    • Strategy for Reach-out to the Small/Medium Sector
    • Identification of clusters of enterprises and assessment of their needs related to phase-out of HCFCs
    • Demonstration of proven and adaptable Application Specific Alternative non-ODS technologies
    • Technical and Financial Assistance through MLF funding mechanism for Conversion of manufacturing facilities and Operational Costs
     
  28. SERVICING SECTOR PHASE-OUT PLAN
    • ACTIONS:
    • National survey for identification of refrigeration and air-conditioning servicing enterprises and technicians employed
    • Assessment of training and equipment needs of refrigeration servicing enterprises
    • Up-gradation of existing training network set-up under National CFC Phase-out Plan (NCCoPP) to cater to the needs of HCFC phase-out
    • Developing strategy for providing training to minimize the use of HCFCs and adoption of alternative technologies
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  30. PRODUCTION SECTOR PHASE-OUT PLAN
    • ACTIONS:
    • Estimation of Base Line and Freeze Year HCFC-22 production
    • Amendment of ODS regulations to align to the needs of Phase-out schedule as mentioned under “ National policy instruments”
    • Establish link between Production and Consumption Sector Phase-out schedules
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  32. Summary of the Actions & Activities for Preparation of HPMP
    • Stakeholder workshops have been organized since June 1998
    • Sectoral Working Groups Have been Formed in three major HCFC Consuming Sectors, viz., Foam Manufacturing, Refrigeration & Air-conditioning (RAC) Manufacturing and RAC Servicing Sectors
    • Sectoral Working Groups Meeting was Organized in September 2009
    • Based on the outcomes of the Sectoral Working Groups meeting, a comprehensive ROADMAP was developed,
    • The ROADMAP was launched by our Hon’ble Minister of Environment and Forests in October 2009
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  34. Summary of the Actions and Activities for Preparation of HPMP (Cont.)
    • Industry Associations are being involved extensively in preparation of Sectoral Strategies.
    • Indian Polyurethane Association (IPUA) is responsible for preparation of Foam Sector Strategies
    • Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Manufacturing Association (RAMA) is responsible for preparation of RAC Manufacturing Sector Strategies
    • Servicing Sector Group under the supervision of GTZ is working on Servicing Sector Strategies
    • National Surveys are being carried out
    • Draft reports are expected to be available in June 2010
    • India is planning to submit the HPMP at the 62 nd Ex-Com
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