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発展途上国におけるCO2回収貯留への資金供与
発展途上国におけるCO2回収貯留への資金供与

1st March 2013

Topic(s): Capacity development, Carbon capture and storage (CCS), Project financing

CCSが大規模なCO2 排出削減に貢献するためには、先進国と発展途上国の双方において普及する必要がある。とりわけ、来る数十年においては、化石燃料使用量(およびそれに付随するCO2排出量)の純増大分は全て途上国から生じるものであることが見込まれている状況を勘案すると、途上国における普及は重要である。一方、大部分の途上国においては、CCSが必要となるような気候変動の悪化こそ認められるものの、CCSが果たして商業ベースにのるかどうかについては、現状は心もとない状況にある。本レポートは、2012年4月25日にロンドンにて開催された第三回クリーンエネルギー大臣会合のために準備されたものであり、会合に参加した各大臣に対し、CCSプロジェクトへの短期あるいは中期の資金供給の必要性に関して提言を行っている。

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Making the case for funding carbon capture and storage in developing countries
Making the case for funding carbon capture and storage in developing countries

1st March 2013

Topic(s): Capacity development, Carbon capture and storage (CCS), Project financing

This report was developed for the Fourth Clean Energy Ministerial meeting held in New Delhi 17-18 April 2013. It provides an update on recommendations made to Ministers in the preceding report ‘Funding Carbon Capture and Storage in Developing Countries’ tabled at the 2012 CEM in London. It includes a ‘Template Business Case’ that identifies the links between funding for CCS and development impacts, which may be a useful reference document for donor countries considering funding CCS in developing countries.

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Techno-economic and commercial opportunities for CCS-ready plants in Guangdong Province, China
Techno-economic and commercial opportunities for CCS-ready plants in Guangdong Province, China

1st March 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), Nuclear energy, Policy law and regulation, Project financing

Guangdong is a pioneer in the reform of the Chinese economy and one of the most developed provinces in China (OECD, 2010). The provincial government of Guangdong plans gradually to establish a green energy system. In late 2010 the government set a target to reduce carbon intensity and a pilot carbon emission trading scheme has started from 2012. However, by March 2010, 16GW of ultra supercritical pulverised coal power plants (USCPC) with a unit size of 1000MW were already in the construction stage, while an even greater amount of large coal-fired power plants are pending for approval. The implementation of CCSR concepts in these plants to ease subsequent retrofitting to CO2 capture therefore becomes an urgent task in Guangdong. This study addresses the technical, economic, financial and stakeholder acceptability aspects of CCSR in Guangdong and investigates potential drivers and barriers to implement CCSR in Guangdong immediately.

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CCUS development roadmap study for Guangdong Province, China
CCUS development roadmap study for Guangdong Province, China

1st March 2013

Topic(s): Capacity development, Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), Policy law and regulation, Project financing, Public engagement

The Chinese Government emphasises the need to utilise captured CO2 as a resource and promotes CCUS. Because the utilisation of CO2 can partly offset the cost of CCUS, it is considered a priority for developing CCUS, and it is particularly important for developing countries.

In order to study the prospect and roadmap of developing CCUS in Guangdong Province, the project “Feasibility Study of Developing CCS-Readiness in Guangdong Province” (GDCCSR)was conducted from April 2010 to March 2013. The project was implemented by seven institutions in China and UK (the South China Sea Institute of Oceanology of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), the Energy Research Institute of the National Development and Reform Commission, the Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion of CAS, the Wuhan Institute of Rock and Soil Mechanics of CAS, Shenzhen Linkschina Ltd., the University of Edinburgh, and the University of Cambridge) and funded by the UK Government Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute (GCCSI). This report is the key deliverable of the GDCCSR project.

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発展途上国におけるCO2回収貯留の資金調達の実現に向けて
発展途上国におけるCO2回収貯留の資金調達の実現に向けて

1st March 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), Project financing

このレポートは、2013年4月にニューデリーで17〜18を開催された第4回クリーンエネルギー閣僚会議のために開発されました。これは、ロンドンで2012年のCEMに提出'発展途上国における炭素回収·貯留の資金'に先行する報告書に大臣に勧告に関する最新情報を提供しています。これは、発展途上国の資金調達のCCSを考慮し、援助国の参考文書であり、CCSや開発の影響のための資金調達の間のリンクを識別する「テンプレートビジネスケース'を含む。

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Assessment of CO2 storage potential for Guangdong Province, China
Assessment of CO2 storage potential for Guangdong Province, China

1st March 2013

Topic(s): Capacity development, Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), CO2 storage, Project financing

This report, authored by the GDCCSR-SCSIO Team, is the second part of the final reports of The CCS Readiness Study for Guangdong Province (GDCCSR) project. In this report, the effective storage capacity of CO2 in sedimentary basins onshore Guangdong (the Sanshui Basin) and offshore (the Pearl River Mouth Basin, Beibuwan Basin, Qiongdongnan Basin, and Yinggehai Basin) are assessed based on available geological data. It is concluded that the CO2 storage potential is limited inland Guangdong but abundant offshore. The offshore sedimentary basins in northern South China Sea, especially the Pearl River Mouth Basin, have sufficiently large and high-quality storage potential for storing the CO2 from Guangdong province in over one hundred years.

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2011 renewable energy data book
2011 renewable energy data book

1st February 2013

Topic(s): Fuel switching, Geothermal energy, Hydroelectricity, Project financing, Renewables, Solar energy, Wind energy

This handbook provides statistics and information - presented in tables and graphs - to describe the state of renewable energy technologies, capacity and growth, in the United States.

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GETICA CCS Demo Project Romania: financial scenarios report to the Global CCS Institute. Public report
GETICA CCS Demo Project Romania: financial scenarios report to the Global CCS Institute. Public report

24th January 2013

Topic(s): Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), Project financing

Given that electricity generation in Romania is primarily based on coal, implementing CCS would greatly reduce CO2 emissions while keeping coal-fired power plants operational. This financial scenarios report describes the optimum solution to financing a large-scale CCS project in Romania. It considered the challenges of finding and securing financing sources for the project. The existing financing sources, at European Union (EU) and national level, were analysed in terms of financing structure of the project, project eligibility, origin of financing (public/private), availability of funding, availability in time, and degree of certainty. Three scenarios were created, based on the prospected funding sources for CCS projects. A qualitative assessment was performed and, based on this assessment, the optimum scenario was chosen for the GETICA CCS Demonstration project.

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IOREC 2012: International Off-Grid Renewable Energy Conference 2012. Key findings and recommendations
IOREC 2012: International Off-Grid Renewable Energy Conference 2012. Key findings and recommendations

1st January 2013

Topic(s): Policy law and regulation, Project financing, Renewables

The International Off-grid Renewable Energy Conference (IOREC) was held in Accra, Ghana, on 1-2 November 2012, with the aim of bringing together stakeholders from the public and private sectors to identify barriers to scaling up off-grid renewable energy deployment and to discuss possible solutions. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) co-organised this event along with the ECOWAS Regional Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) and the Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE). This report presents the key findings and recommendations that emerged from the roundtable discussions during IOREC.

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Industry vision paper
Industry vision paper

1st January 2013

Topic(s): Economics, Marine energy, Project financing

This paper addresses questions around accelerating the growth of the European ocean energy industry, including an exploration of the roles industry, the European Commission and other European institutions should play to support expansion and uptake.

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CCS プロジェクトのビジネスケース構築
CCS プロジェクトのビジネスケース構築

1st November 2012

Topic(s): Carbon capture use and storage (CCUS), Project financing

世界中の数多くの企業や投資家が、炭素回収貯留(CCS)を装備した大規模発電所を創る意欲を持っている。これを持続可能なモデルで実現するには、当該技術に内在するリスクを受容するために、投資に対する適切な利益が得られなければならない。しかしCCS は、十分な介入なくしてはCCS 施設の整備や新たな産業の出現を阻む、重大な障害に直面している。CCS 施設のコストは、世界のどこでも現在の電力卸売価格での売電収益では十分に賄えず、CO2 排出の回避や削減から収入が得られることによっても賄われない。

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The Haringey Carbon Commission report: a sustainable new economy
The Haringey Carbon Commission report: a sustainable new economy

1st October 2012

Topic(s): Economics, Energy efficiency, Project financing, Public engagement

This New Economics Foundation report identifies how Haringey - a London borough - can innovate to tackle the climate change challenge. The report describes how local government can work to make homes more energy efficient, makes a case for alternative energy supply, and sets out a vision for strengthened community organisations.

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