SD-PAMs: Government Mandate

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Alcohol Program (PROALCOOL) Decree no 76.593

Brazil: National Electrical Energy Conservation Program (PROCEL) Administrative Directive no. 1877

Brazil: National Electrical Energy Conservation Program (PROCEL) Administrative Directive no. 1877

Brazil: National Electrical Energy Conservation Program (PROCEL) Administrative Directive no. 1877

Brazil: National Electrical Energy Conservation Program (PROCEL) Administrative Directive no. 1877

Brazil: National Electrical Energy Conservation Program (PROCEL) Administrative Directive no. 1877

Brazil: National Electrical Energy Conservation Program (PROCEL) Administrative Directive no. 1877

Brazil: National Electrical Energy Conservation Program (PROCEL) Administrative Directive no. 1877

Brazil: Reluz

Ministry of Mines and Energy with Electrobras and the National Electrical Energy Agency (ANEEL) intend to improve the efficiency of 9 million points of public lighting and create 2 million new efficient spots.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Target: To save 2.4 TWh/year and reduce charge in 540MW in peak time.

Brazil: Reluz

Ministry of Mines and Energy with Electrobras and the National Electrical Energy Agency (ANEEL) intend to improve the efficiency of 9 million points of public lighting and create 2 million new efficient spots.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Target: To save 2.4 TWh/year and reduce charge in 540MW in peak time.

Brazil: Reluz

Ministry of Mines and Energy with Electrobras and the National Electrical Energy Agency (ANEEL) intend to improve the efficiency of 9 million points of public lighting and create 2 million new efficient spots.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Target: To save 2.4 TWh/year and reduce charge in 540MW in peak time.

Brazil: Reluz

Ministry of Mines and Energy with Electrobras and the National Electrical Energy Agency (ANEEL) intend to improve the efficiency of 9 million points of public lighting and create 2 million new efficient spots.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Target: To save 2.4 TWh/year and reduce charge in 540MW in peak time.

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: National Program for the Rational Use of Natural Gas and Oil Products (CONPET)

Brazil: Law no. 9991

Brazil: Law no. 9991

Brazil: Law no. 9991

Brazil: Law no. 9991

Brazil: Law no. 9991

Brazil: National Policy for Conservation and Rational Use of Energy - Law no 10,295

The Executive branch establishes maximum levels of specific consumption of energy or minimum energy efficiencies for machines and appliances manufactured or sold in Brazil.


Date Implemented: 2001

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: National Policy for Conservation and Rational Use of Energy - Law no 10,295

The Executive branch establishes maximum levels of specific consumption of energy or minimum energy efficiencies for machines and appliances manufactured or sold in Brazil.


Date Implemented: 2001

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: National Policy for Conservation and Rational Use of Energy - Law no 10,295

The Executive branch establishes maximum levels of specific consumption of energy or minimum energy efficiencies for machines and appliances manufactured or sold in Brazil.


Date Implemented: 2001

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: National Policy for Conservation and Rational Use of Energy - Law no 10,295

The Executive branch establishes maximum levels of specific consumption of energy or minimum energy efficiencies for machines and appliances manufactured or sold in Brazil.


Date Implemented: 2001

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: National Policy for Conservation and Rational Use of Energy - Law no 10,295

The Executive branch establishes maximum levels of specific consumption of energy or minimum energy efficiencies for machines and appliances manufactured or sold in Brazil.


Date Implemented: 2001

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: National Policy for Conservation and Rational Use of Energy - Law no 10,295

The Executive branch establishes maximum levels of specific consumption of energy or minimum energy efficiencies for machines and appliances manufactured or sold in Brazil.


Date Implemented: 2001

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: National Policy for Conservation and Rational Use of Energy - Law no 10,295

The Executive branch establishes maximum levels of specific consumption of energy or minimum energy efficiencies for machines and appliances manufactured or sold in Brazil.


Date Implemented: 2001

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: Law no. 9648

Brazil: Law no. 9648

Brazil: Law no. 9648

Brazil: Law no. 9648

Brazil: Law no. 9648

Brazil: Law no. 9648

Brazil: Law no. 9648

Brazil: Law no. 9648

Brazil: Administrative Directive no 227

Electrobras should hold a public call for proposals to identify the surplus energy available from cogeneration (to bring it to market) and should establish mechanisms for purchase of surplus electricity.


References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Brazil: Administrative Directive no 227

Electrobras should hold a public call for proposals to identify the surplus energy available from cogeneration (to bring it to market) and should establish mechanisms for purchase of surplus electricity.


References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Brazil: Administrative Directive no 227

Electrobras should hold a public call for proposals to identify the surplus energy available from cogeneration (to bring it to market) and should establish mechanisms for purchase of surplus electricity.


References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Brazil: Administrative Directive no 227

Electrobras should hold a public call for proposals to identify the surplus energy available from cogeneration (to bring it to market) and should establish mechanisms for purchase of surplus electricity.


References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Brazil: Administrative Directive no 227

Electrobras should hold a public call for proposals to identify the surplus energy available from cogeneration (to bring it to market) and should establish mechanisms for purchase of surplus electricity.


References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Brazil: Administrative Directive no 227

Electrobras should hold a public call for proposals to identify the surplus energy available from cogeneration (to bring it to market) and should establish mechanisms for purchase of surplus electricity.


References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Electrical Sector Act 10.438/2002

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

Brazil: Programme of Incentives for Alternative Electricity Sources (PROINFA) Programa de Incentivo a Fontes Alternativas de Energia Elétrica- Law 10438

India: The Forest (Conservation) Act

Provided the Central and state boards with the authority to levy and collect a tax on industries using water. The tax is calculated on the basis of how much water consumed. 2003 Amendment: tax between 5 and 30 paise per kiloliter of water consumed (depending on purpose for which the water is consumed) and the Central Gov’t may exempt industries as it chooses.


Date Implemented: 1980; 1988

India: The Forest (Conservation) Act

Provided the Central and state boards with the authority to levy and collect a tax on industries using water. The tax is calculated on the basis of how much water consumed. 2003 Amendment: tax between 5 and 30 paise per kiloliter of water consumed (depending on purpose for which the water is consumed) and the Central Gov’t may exempt industries as it chooses.


Date Implemented: 1980; 1988

India: The Forest (Conservation) Act

Provided the Central and state boards with the authority to levy and collect a tax on industries using water. The tax is calculated on the basis of how much water consumed. 2003 Amendment: tax between 5 and 30 paise per kiloliter of water consumed (depending on purpose for which the water is consumed) and the Central Gov’t may exempt industries as it chooses.


Date Implemented: 1980; 1988

India: The Forest (Conservation) Act

Provided the Central and state boards with the authority to levy and collect a tax on industries using water. The tax is calculated on the basis of how much water consumed. 2003 Amendment: tax between 5 and 30 paise per kiloliter of water consumed (depending on purpose for which the water is consumed) and the Central Gov’t may exempt industries as it chooses.


Date Implemented: 1980; 1988

India: The Forest (Conservation) Act

Provided the Central and state boards with the authority to levy and collect a tax on industries using water. The tax is calculated on the basis of how much water consumed. 2003 Amendment: tax between 5 and 30 paise per kiloliter of water consumed (depending on purpose for which the water is consumed) and the Central Gov’t may exempt industries as it chooses.


Date Implemented: 1980; 1988

India: Notification on Coastal Regulation Zone

Creates the National Coastal Zone Management Authority along with individual State Costal Zone Management Authorities, to take measures for protecting and improving the quality of the coastal environment and preventing, abating and controlling environmental pollution in coastal areas. 


Date Implemented: 1991

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Notification on Coastal Regulation Zone

Creates the National Coastal Zone Management Authority along with individual State Costal Zone Management Authorities, to take measures for protecting and improving the quality of the coastal environment and preventing, abating and controlling environmental pollution in coastal areas. 


Date Implemented: 1991

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Notification on Coastal Regulation Zone

Creates the National Coastal Zone Management Authority along with individual State Costal Zone Management Authorities, to take measures for protecting and improving the quality of the coastal environment and preventing, abating and controlling environmental pollution in coastal areas. 


Date Implemented: 1991

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Notification on Coastal Regulation Zone

Creates the National Coastal Zone Management Authority along with individual State Costal Zone Management Authorities, to take measures for protecting and improving the quality of the coastal environment and preventing, abating and controlling environmental pollution in coastal areas. 


Date Implemented: 1991

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Notification on Coastal Regulation Zone

Creates the National Coastal Zone Management Authority along with individual State Costal Zone Management Authorities, to take measures for protecting and improving the quality of the coastal environment and preventing, abating and controlling environmental pollution in coastal areas. 


Date Implemented: 1991

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Notification on Coastal Regulation Zone

Creates the National Coastal Zone Management Authority along with individual State Costal Zone Management Authorities, to take measures for protecting and improving the quality of the coastal environment and preventing, abating and controlling environmental pollution in coastal areas. 


Date Implemented: 1991

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: National Environment Appellate Authority Act

An Act to establish a National Environment Appellate Authority to hear appeals regarding restricting certain areas.  In these areas  industries, operations or processes are banned or are subject to certain safeguards under the Environment (Protection) Act


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: National Environment Appellate Authority Act

An Act to establish a National Environment Appellate Authority to hear appeals regarding restricting certain areas.  In these areas  industries, operations or processes are banned or are subject to certain safeguards under the Environment (Protection) Act


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: National Environment Appellate Authority Act

An Act to establish a National Environment Appellate Authority to hear appeals regarding restricting certain areas.  In these areas  industries, operations or processes are banned or are subject to certain safeguards under the Environment (Protection) Act


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: National Environment Appellate Authority Act

An Act to establish a National Environment Appellate Authority to hear appeals regarding restricting certain areas.  In these areas  industries, operations or processes are banned or are subject to certain safeguards under the Environment (Protection) Act


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: National Highway Development Project

This is India’s largest ever highways project and a major initiative for capacity enhancement of national highways, converting roads into around 13,146 Km of 4-6 lane highways.  Projected results include uninterrupted traffic flow, savings in fuel consumption, and reduced GHG emissions.


Date Implemented: 1998

India: National Highway Development Project

This is India’s largest ever highways project and a major initiative for capacity enhancement of national highways, converting roads into around 13,146 Km of 4-6 lane highways.  Projected results include uninterrupted traffic flow, savings in fuel consumption, and reduced GHG emissions.


Date Implemented: 1998

India: National Highway Development Project

This is India’s largest ever highways project and a major initiative for capacity enhancement of national highways, converting roads into around 13,146 Km of 4-6 lane highways.  Projected results include uninterrupted traffic flow, savings in fuel consumption, and reduced GHG emissions.


Date Implemented: 1998

India: National Highway Development Project

This is India’s largest ever highways project and a major initiative for capacity enhancement of national highways, converting roads into around 13,146 Km of 4-6 lane highways.  Projected results include uninterrupted traffic flow, savings in fuel consumption, and reduced GHG emissions.


Date Implemented: 1998

India: National Highway Development Project

This is India’s largest ever highways project and a major initiative for capacity enhancement of national highways, converting roads into around 13,146 Km of 4-6 lane highways.  Projected results include uninterrupted traffic flow, savings in fuel consumption, and reduced GHG emissions.


Date Implemented: 1998

India: National Highway Development Project

This is India’s largest ever highways project and a major initiative for capacity enhancement of national highways, converting roads into around 13,146 Km of 4-6 lane highways.  Projected results include uninterrupted traffic flow, savings in fuel consumption, and reduced GHG emissions.


Date Implemented: 1998

India: National Highway Development Project

This is India’s largest ever highways project and a major initiative for capacity enhancement of national highways, converting roads into around 13,146 Km of 4-6 lane highways.  Projected results include uninterrupted traffic flow, savings in fuel consumption, and reduced GHG emissions.


Date Implemented: 1998

India: National Highway Development Project

This is India’s largest ever highways project and a major initiative for capacity enhancement of national highways, converting roads into around 13,146 Km of 4-6 lane highways.  Projected results include uninterrupted traffic flow, savings in fuel consumption, and reduced GHG emissions.


Date Implemented: 1998

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Rural Electricity Supply Technology (REST) Mission

Providing affordable and reliable power supply to rural and remote areas through decentralized distributed generation based on renewable energy resources such as solar, mini-and micro-hydro, biomass, etc.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

Targets: “Power for all villages by 2007” and ” Power for all” by 2012

India: Motor Spirit-Ethanol Blending Projects

Blending of 5% ethanol in petrol


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Targets: to be raised to 10% later

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

India: Motor Spirit-Ethanol Blending Projects

Blending of 5% ethanol in petrol


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Targets: to be raised to 10% later

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

India: Motor Spirit-Ethanol Blending Projects

Blending of 5% ethanol in petrol


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Targets: to be raised to 10% later

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

India: Motor Spirit-Ethanol Blending Projects

Blending of 5% ethanol in petrol


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Targets: to be raised to 10% later

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: Help for hydro

The Ministry of Power has taken various steps to improve the hydropower development in India, including additional budgetary financial support, R&M and up-rating of existing hydro stations, basin wise hydropower development and comprehensive ranking studies for 399 hydro schemes.


Status: In Force; Government Initiative

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: National Energy Labelling Programme

India: Draft Energy Conservation Building Code

The document specifies the energy performance requirements for all commercial buildings that are to be constructed in India. Buildings with electrical connected load of 500 kW or more are covered by the ECBC.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

References: http://www.usaid.gov/in/Pdfs/Energy_Cons_Bldg.pdf

India: Draft Energy Conservation Building Code

The document specifies the energy performance requirements for all commercial buildings that are to be constructed in India. Buildings with electrical connected load of 500 kW or more are covered by the ECBC.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

References: http://www.usaid.gov/in/Pdfs/Energy_Cons_Bldg.pdf

India: Draft Energy Conservation Building Code

The document specifies the energy performance requirements for all commercial buildings that are to be constructed in India. Buildings with electrical connected load of 500 kW or more are covered by the ECBC.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

References: http://www.usaid.gov/in/Pdfs/Energy_Cons_Bldg.pdf

India: Draft Energy Conservation Building Code

The document specifies the energy performance requirements for all commercial buildings that are to be constructed in India. Buildings with electrical connected load of 500 kW or more are covered by the ECBC.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

References: http://www.usaid.gov/in/Pdfs/Energy_Cons_Bldg.pdf

India: Draft Energy Conservation Building Code

The document specifies the energy performance requirements for all commercial buildings that are to be constructed in India. Buildings with electrical connected load of 500 kW or more are covered by the ECBC.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

References: http://www.usaid.gov/in/Pdfs/Energy_Cons_Bldg.pdf

Mexico: Programa de Ahorro de Energía del Sector Eléctrico (PAESE)  

This program includes accelerating the process of construction and entrance in operation of new electrical power stations; changing some concepts in the Law of the Public Service of Electrical Energy in order to allow private sector participation in electricity generation; and the establishment of energy saving as an objective.


Date Implemented: 1989

Mexico: Programa de Ahorro de Energía del Sector Eléctrico (PAESE)  

This program includes accelerating the process of construction and entrance in operation of new electrical power stations; changing some concepts in the Law of the Public Service of Electrical Energy in order to allow private sector participation in electricity generation; and the establishment of energy saving as an objective.


Date Implemented: 1989

Mexico: Programa de Ahorro de Energía del Sector Eléctrico (PAESE)  

This program includes accelerating the process of construction and entrance in operation of new electrical power stations; changing some concepts in the Law of the Public Service of Electrical Energy in order to allow private sector participation in electricity generation; and the establishment of energy saving as an objective.


Date Implemented: 1989

Mexico: Programa de Ahorro de Energía del Sector Eléctrico (PAESE)  

This program includes accelerating the process of construction and entrance in operation of new electrical power stations; changing some concepts in the Law of the Public Service of Electrical Energy in order to allow private sector participation in electricity generation; and the establishment of energy saving as an objective.


Date Implemented: 1989

Mexico: Programa de Ahorro de Energía del Sector Eléctrico (PAESE)  

This program includes accelerating the process of construction and entrance in operation of new electrical power stations; changing some concepts in the Law of the Public Service of Electrical Energy in order to allow private sector participation in electricity generation; and the establishment of energy saving as an objective.


Date Implemented: 1989

Mexico: Programa de Ahorro de Energía del Sector Eléctrico (PAESE)  

This program includes accelerating the process of construction and entrance in operation of new electrical power stations; changing some concepts in the Law of the Public Service of Electrical Energy in order to allow private sector participation in electricity generation; and the establishment of energy saving as an objective.


Date Implemented: 1989

Mexico: Programa de Ahorro de Energía del Sector Eléctrico (PAESE)  

This program includes accelerating the process of construction and entrance in operation of new electrical power stations; changing some concepts in the Law of the Public Service of Electrical Energy in order to allow private sector participation in electricity generation; and the establishment of energy saving as an objective.


Date Implemented: 1989

Mexico: Programa de Ahorro de Energía del Sector Eléctrico (PAESE)  

This program includes accelerating the process of construction and entrance in operation of new electrical power stations; changing some concepts in the Law of the Public Service of Electrical Energy in order to allow private sector participation in electricity generation; and the establishment of energy saving as an objective.


Date Implemented: 1989

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Plan Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006

Mexico: Programma de Normalización Ambiental Industrial

Implementation of standards and norms for water, atmosphere, environmental impact and natural resource use.  Intense efforts of verification and inspection that assist companies in complying with these regulations.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended; Mandatory

References: 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Mexico: Programma de Normalización Ambiental Industrial

Implementation of standards and norms for water, atmosphere, environmental impact and natural resource use.  Intense efforts of verification and inspection that assist companies in complying with these regulations.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended; Mandatory

References: 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Mexico: Programma de Normalización Ambiental Industrial

Implementation of standards and norms for water, atmosphere, environmental impact and natural resource use.  Intense efforts of verification and inspection that assist companies in complying with these regulations.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended; Mandatory

References: 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Mexico: Programma de Normalización Ambiental Industrial

Implementation of standards and norms for water, atmosphere, environmental impact and natural resource use.  Intense efforts of verification and inspection that assist companies in complying with these regulations.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended; Mandatory

References: 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Mexico: Programma de Normalización Ambiental Industrial

Implementation of standards and norms for water, atmosphere, environmental impact and natural resource use.  Intense efforts of verification and inspection that assist companies in complying with these regulations.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended; Mandatory

References: 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Mexico: Programma de Normalización Ambiental Industrial

Implementation of standards and norms for water, atmosphere, environmental impact and natural resource use.  Intense efforts of verification and inspection that assist companies in complying with these regulations.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended; Mandatory

References: 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Mexico: Programma de Normalización Ambiental Industrial

Implementation of standards and norms for water, atmosphere, environmental impact and natural resource use.  Intense efforts of verification and inspection that assist companies in complying with these regulations.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended; Mandatory

References: 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Mexico: Programma de Normalización Ambiental Industrial

Implementation of standards and norms for water, atmosphere, environmental impact and natural resource use.  Intense efforts of verification and inspection that assist companies in complying with these regulations.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended; Mandatory

References: 2nd National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Mexico: City driver requirements

In major urban centers, private car drivers are required to have catalytic converters or refrain from driving one day a week (“Hoy no circula”).


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: EIA Mexico’s Environmental Issues, http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/mexenv.html

Mexico: City driver requirements

In major urban centers, private car drivers are required to have catalytic converters or refrain from driving one day a week (“Hoy no circula”).


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: EIA Mexico’s Environmental Issues, http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/mexenv.html

Mexico: City driver requirements

In major urban centers, private car drivers are required to have catalytic converters or refrain from driving one day a week (“Hoy no circula”).


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: EIA Mexico’s Environmental Issues, http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/mexenv.html

Mexico: City driver requirements

In major urban centers, private car drivers are required to have catalytic converters or refrain from driving one day a week (“Hoy no circula”).


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: EIA Mexico’s Environmental Issues, http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/mexenv.html

Mexico: City driver requirements

In major urban centers, private car drivers are required to have catalytic converters or refrain from driving one day a week (“Hoy no circula”).


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: EIA Mexico’s Environmental Issues, http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/mexenv.html

Mexico: City driver requirements

In major urban centers, private car drivers are required to have catalytic converters or refrain from driving one day a week (“Hoy no circula”).


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: EIA Mexico’s Environmental Issues, http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/mexenv.html

Mexico: City driver requirements

In major urban centers, private car drivers are required to have catalytic converters or refrain from driving one day a week (“Hoy no circula”).


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: EIA Mexico’s Environmental Issues, http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/mexenv.html

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Strategic Gas Plan

Pemex laid out several objectives to achieve its goal 1) increase natural gas production through multiple service contracts (MSCs); 2) diversify natural gas supply sources from abroad and increase imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG); 3) flare less associated natural gas; 4) expand natural gas transport, distribution, and storage facilities; and 5) allocate more funding to exploration to increase proven reserves.


Date Implemented: 2000

Mexico: Initiative of modification of the Income Tax Law

Proposes a fiscal incentive that promotes investment and use of RE in the residential sector, and consists in a fiscal credit of 30% to the investment in RE electricity generation equipment.


References:

http://www.conae.gob.mx/work/sites/CONAE/resources/LocalContent/4427/4/s...

 

Mexico: Initiative of modification of the Income Tax Law

Proposes a fiscal incentive that promotes investment and use of RE in the residential sector, and consists in a fiscal credit of 30% to the investment in RE electricity generation equipment.


References:

http://www.conae.gob.mx/work/sites/CONAE/resources/LocalContent/4427/4/s...

 

Mexico: Initiative of modification of the Income Tax Law

Proposes a fiscal incentive that promotes investment and use of RE in the residential sector, and consists in a fiscal credit of 30% to the investment in RE electricity generation equipment.


References:

http://www.conae.gob.mx/work/sites/CONAE/resources/LocalContent/4427/4/s...

 

Mexico: Initiative of modification of the Income Tax Law

Proposes a fiscal incentive that promotes investment and use of RE in the residential sector, and consists in a fiscal credit of 30% to the investment in RE electricity generation equipment.


References:

http://www.conae.gob.mx/work/sites/CONAE/resources/LocalContent/4427/4/s...

 

Mexico: Project of Special Law on Production and Services

Proposes to establish a special tax of 0.5% to the electricity imports. The resources collected will be assigned to promote RE electricity generation.


References:

http://www.conae.gob.mx/work/sites/CONAE/resources/LocalContent/4427/4/s...

 

Mexico: Project of Special Law on Production and Services

Proposes to establish a special tax of 0.5% to the electricity imports. The resources collected will be assigned to promote RE electricity generation.


References:

http://www.conae.gob.mx/work/sites/CONAE/resources/LocalContent/4427/4/s...

 

Mexico: Project of Special Law on Production and Services

Proposes to establish a special tax of 0.5% to the electricity imports. The resources collected will be assigned to promote RE electricity generation.


References:

http://www.conae.gob.mx/work/sites/CONAE/resources/LocalContent/4427/4/s...

 

Mexico: Project of Special Law on Production and Services

Proposes to establish a special tax of 0.5% to the electricity imports. The resources collected will be assigned to promote RE electricity generation.


References:

http://www.conae.gob.mx/work/sites/CONAE/resources/LocalContent/4427/4/s...

 

Mexico: Initiative to modify the Federal Rights Law

Intends that fossil fuels pay a right based on the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emitted during their combustion, penalizing their consumption under “the polluter pays principle”. For liquid fuels, it proposes rights of 0.52¢ to 0.97¢ peso per liter and a greater tax for solid fuels. For natural gas, it proposes rights of 19.7¢ of weight per thousand cubic feet. Income generated will be destined to the promotion of RE.


References:

Mexico: Initiative to modify the Federal Rights Law

Intends that fossil fuels pay a right based on the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emitted during their combustion, penalizing their consumption under “the polluter pays principle”. For liquid fuels, it proposes rights of 0.52¢ to 0.97¢ peso per liter and a greater tax for solid fuels. For natural gas, it proposes rights of 19.7¢ of weight per thousand cubic feet. Income generated will be destined to the promotion of RE.


References:

Mexico: Initiative to modify the Federal Rights Law

Intends that fossil fuels pay a right based on the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emitted during their combustion, penalizing their consumption under “the polluter pays principle”. For liquid fuels, it proposes rights of 0.52¢ to 0.97¢ peso per liter and a greater tax for solid fuels. For natural gas, it proposes rights of 19.7¢ of weight per thousand cubic feet. Income generated will be destined to the promotion of RE.


References:

Mexico: Initiative to modify the Federal Rights Law

Intends that fossil fuels pay a right based on the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emitted during their combustion, penalizing their consumption under “the polluter pays principle”. For liquid fuels, it proposes rights of 0.52¢ to 0.97¢ peso per liter and a greater tax for solid fuels. For natural gas, it proposes rights of 19.7¢ of weight per thousand cubic feet. Income generated will be destined to the promotion of RE.


References:

Mexico: Initiative to modify the Federal Rights Law

Intends that fossil fuels pay a right based on the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emitted during their combustion, penalizing their consumption under “the polluter pays principle”. For liquid fuels, it proposes rights of 0.52¢ to 0.97¢ peso per liter and a greater tax for solid fuels. For natural gas, it proposes rights of 19.7¢ of weight per thousand cubic feet. Income generated will be destined to the promotion of RE.


References:

Mexico: Initiative to modify the Federal Rights Law

Intends that fossil fuels pay a right based on the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emitted during their combustion, penalizing their consumption under “the polluter pays principle”. For liquid fuels, it proposes rights of 0.52¢ to 0.97¢ peso per liter and a greater tax for solid fuels. For natural gas, it proposes rights of 19.7¢ of weight per thousand cubic feet. Income generated will be destined to the promotion of RE.


References:

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-15/MENLH/11/1996 regarding Blue Sky Program

This decree established a nationwide air pollution control program for municipalities


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-15/MENLH/11/1996 regarding Blue Sky Program

This decree established a nationwide air pollution control program for municipalities


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-15/MENLH/11/1996 regarding Blue Sky Program

This decree established a nationwide air pollution control program for municipalities


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-15/MENLH/11/1996 regarding Blue Sky Program

This decree established a nationwide air pollution control program for municipalities


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-15/MENLH/11/1996 regarding Blue Sky Program

This decree established a nationwide air pollution control program for municipalities


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-15/MENLH/11/1996 regarding Blue Sky Program

This decree established a nationwide air pollution control program for municipalities


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-15/MENLH/11/1996 regarding Blue Sky Program

This decree established a nationwide air pollution control program for municipalities


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

Indonesia: Act no 14 on Traffic and Land Transportation

All motorized vehicles are subject to testing regarding emissions and noise.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Act no 14 on Traffic and Land Transportation

All motorized vehicles are subject to testing regarding emissions and noise.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Act no 14 on Traffic and Land Transportation

All motorized vehicles are subject to testing regarding emissions and noise.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Act no 14 on Traffic and Land Transportation

All motorized vehicles are subject to testing regarding emissions and noise.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Act no 14 on Traffic and Land Transportation

All motorized vehicles are subject to testing regarding emissions and noise.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Act no 14 on Traffic and Land Transportation

All motorized vehicles are subject to testing regarding emissions and noise.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Act no 14 on Traffic and Land Transportation

All motorized vehicles are subject to testing regarding emissions and noise.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Government Regulation No44 regarding vehicles and vehicle operation

 Describes the technical requirements for vehicles, road worthiness, and driving regulations. Article 127 specifies that road worthiness of a vehicle includes meeting the emission and noise limits set by the Ministry of the Environment.  The Ministry of Transportation/Communication is to oversee the implementation of these regulations, including emissions testing.


Date Implemented: 1993

Indonesia: Government Regulation No44 regarding vehicles and vehicle operation

 Describes the technical requirements for vehicles, road worthiness, and driving regulations. Article 127 specifies that road worthiness of a vehicle includes meeting the emission and noise limits set by the Ministry of the Environment.  The Ministry of Transportation/Communication is to oversee the implementation of these regulations, including emissions testing.


Date Implemented: 1993

Indonesia: Government Regulation No44 regarding vehicles and vehicle operation

 Describes the technical requirements for vehicles, road worthiness, and driving regulations. Article 127 specifies that road worthiness of a vehicle includes meeting the emission and noise limits set by the Ministry of the Environment.  The Ministry of Transportation/Communication is to oversee the implementation of these regulations, including emissions testing.


Date Implemented: 1993

Indonesia: Government Regulation No44 regarding vehicles and vehicle operation

 Describes the technical requirements for vehicles, road worthiness, and driving regulations. Article 127 specifies that road worthiness of a vehicle includes meeting the emission and noise limits set by the Ministry of the Environment.  The Ministry of Transportation/Communication is to oversee the implementation of these regulations, including emissions testing.


Date Implemented: 1993

Indonesia: Government Regulation No44 regarding vehicles and vehicle operation

 Describes the technical requirements for vehicles, road worthiness, and driving regulations. Article 127 specifies that road worthiness of a vehicle includes meeting the emission and noise limits set by the Ministry of the Environment.  The Ministry of Transportation/Communication is to oversee the implementation of these regulations, including emissions testing.


Date Implemented: 1993

Indonesia: Government Regulation No44 regarding vehicles and vehicle operation

 Describes the technical requirements for vehicles, road worthiness, and driving regulations. Article 127 specifies that road worthiness of a vehicle includes meeting the emission and noise limits set by the Ministry of the Environment.  The Ministry of Transportation/Communication is to oversee the implementation of these regulations, including emissions testing.


Date Implemented: 1993

Indonesia: Government Regulation No44 regarding vehicles and vehicle operation

 Describes the technical requirements for vehicles, road worthiness, and driving regulations. Article 127 specifies that road worthiness of a vehicle includes meeting the emission and noise limits set by the Ministry of the Environment.  The Ministry of Transportation/Communication is to oversee the implementation of these regulations, including emissions testing.


Date Implemented: 1993

Indonesia: Minister for Transportation/Communications Decree No. KM-8-1989 on Vehicle Emissions Standards in the Context of Road Worthiness

This policy sets the limits for CO and HC emissions for vehicles to be considered ‘road worthy’.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Minister for Transportation/Communications Decree No. KM-8-1989 on Vehicle Emissions Standards in the Context of Road Worthiness

This policy sets the limits for CO and HC emissions for vehicles to be considered ‘road worthy’.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Minister for Transportation/Communications Decree No. KM-8-1989 on Vehicle Emissions Standards in the Context of Road Worthiness

This policy sets the limits for CO and HC emissions for vehicles to be considered ‘road worthy’.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Minister for Transportation/Communications Decree No. KM-8-1989 on Vehicle Emissions Standards in the Context of Road Worthiness

This policy sets the limits for CO and HC emissions for vehicles to be considered ‘road worthy’.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Minister for Transportation/Communications Decree No. KM-8-1989 on Vehicle Emissions Standards in the Context of Road Worthiness

This policy sets the limits for CO and HC emissions for vehicles to be considered ‘road worthy’.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Minister for Transportation/Communications Decree No. KM-8-1989 on Vehicle Emissions Standards in the Context of Road Worthiness

This policy sets the limits for CO and HC emissions for vehicles to be considered ‘road worthy’.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Minister for Transportation/Communications Decree No. KM-8-1989 on Vehicle Emissions Standards in the Context of Road Worthiness

This policy sets the limits for CO and HC emissions for vehicles to be considered ‘road worthy’.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-35/MENLH/10/1993 regarding Emission Limit for Gas Waste of Motor Vehicles

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions for motor vehicles.


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-35/MENLH/10/1993 regarding Emission Limit for Gas Waste of Motor Vehicles

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions for motor vehicles.


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-35/MENLH/10/1993 regarding Emission Limit for Gas Waste of Motor Vehicles

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions for motor vehicles.


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-35/MENLH/10/1993 regarding Emission Limit for Gas Waste of Motor Vehicles

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions for motor vehicles.


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-35/MENLH/10/1993 regarding Emission Limit for Gas Waste of Motor Vehicles

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions for motor vehicles.


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-35/MENLH/10/1993 regarding Emission Limit for Gas Waste of Motor Vehicles

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions for motor vehicles.


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-35/MENLH/10/1993 regarding Emission Limit for Gas Waste of Motor Vehicles

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions for motor vehicles.


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-13/MENLH/3/1995 regarding Emission Standard for Stationery Sources

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions from stationary sources.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-13/MENLH/3/1995 regarding Emission Standard for Stationery Sources

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions from stationary sources.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-13/MENLH/3/1995 regarding Emission Standard for Stationery Sources

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions from stationary sources.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-13/MENLH/3/1995 regarding Emission Standard for Stationery Sources

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions from stationary sources.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-13/MENLH/3/1995 regarding Emission Standard for Stationery Sources

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions from stationary sources.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-13/MENLH/3/1995 regarding Emission Standard for Stationery Sources

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions from stationary sources.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-13/MENLH/3/1995 regarding Emission Standard for Stationery Sources

This decree limits for CO and HC emissions from stationary sources.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-45/MENLH/10/1997 regarding Air Pollution Standard Index

Sets the nationwide air pollution standard index.


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-45/MENLH/10/1997 regarding Air Pollution Standard Index

Sets the nationwide air pollution standard index.


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-45/MENLH/10/1997 regarding Air Pollution Standard Index

Sets the nationwide air pollution standard index.


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-45/MENLH/10/1997 regarding Air Pollution Standard Index

Sets the nationwide air pollution standard index.


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-45/MENLH/10/1997 regarding Air Pollution Standard Index

Sets the nationwide air pollution standard index.


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Minister of Environment Decree No. Kep-45/MENLH/10/1997 regarding Air Pollution Standard Index

Sets the nationwide air pollution standard index.


Date Implemented: 1997

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: Indonesia Environment Monitor 2003, World Bank, http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eap/eap.nsf/Attachments/062403-EnvMonitor2003/$File/indo+monitor.pdf

 

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No. 9

All state-owned entities (and all government buildings) were asked to implement programs on energy efficiency and energy conservation. All forms of energy consumption were to be reported monthly and energy consumption was to be effected “efficiently and rationally without reducing energy consumption which is truly required”. No sanctions against non-performance.


Date Implemented: 1982

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No. 9

All state-owned entities (and all government buildings) were asked to implement programs on energy efficiency and energy conservation. All forms of energy consumption were to be reported monthly and energy consumption was to be effected “efficiently and rationally without reducing energy consumption which is truly required”. No sanctions against non-performance.


Date Implemented: 1982

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No. 9

All state-owned entities (and all government buildings) were asked to implement programs on energy efficiency and energy conservation. All forms of energy consumption were to be reported monthly and energy consumption was to be effected “efficiently and rationally without reducing energy consumption which is truly required”. No sanctions against non-performance.


Date Implemented: 1982

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No. 9

All state-owned entities (and all government buildings) were asked to implement programs on energy efficiency and energy conservation. All forms of energy consumption were to be reported monthly and energy consumption was to be effected “efficiently and rationally without reducing energy consumption which is truly required”. No sanctions against non-performance.


Date Implemented: 1982

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction no. 10/2005/Ministerial Regulation PerMen ESDM no. 31/2005

The Presidential Instruction (Impres) called on Ministers, Governors, Mayors and other government officials to use energy efficiently.  The Ministerial Regulation followed up on the Impres with details of implementation of energy efficient processes and policies.  It also included a report of the energy consumption of each institution.


Date Implemented: 2005

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction no. 10/2005/Ministerial Regulation PerMen ESDM no. 31/2005

The Presidential Instruction (Impres) called on Ministers, Governors, Mayors and other government officials to use energy efficiently.  The Ministerial Regulation followed up on the Impres with details of implementation of energy efficient processes and policies.  It also included a report of the energy consumption of each institution.


Date Implemented: 2005

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction no. 10/2005/Ministerial Regulation PerMen ESDM no. 31/2005

The Presidential Instruction (Impres) called on Ministers, Governors, Mayors and other government officials to use energy efficiently.  The Ministerial Regulation followed up on the Impres with details of implementation of energy efficient processes and policies.  It also included a report of the energy consumption of each institution.


Date Implemented: 2005

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction no. 10/2005/Ministerial Regulation PerMen ESDM no. 31/2005

The Presidential Instruction (Impres) called on Ministers, Governors, Mayors and other government officials to use energy efficiently.  The Ministerial Regulation followed up on the Impres with details of implementation of energy efficient processes and policies.  It also included a report of the energy consumption of each institution.


Date Implemented: 2005

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction no. 10/2005/Ministerial Regulation PerMen ESDM no. 31/2005

The Presidential Instruction (Impres) called on Ministers, Governors, Mayors and other government officials to use energy efficiently.  The Ministerial Regulation followed up on the Impres with details of implementation of energy efficient processes and policies.  It also included a report of the energy consumption of each institution.


Date Implemented: 2005

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction no. 10/2005/Ministerial Regulation PerMen ESDM no. 31/2005

The Presidential Instruction (Impres) called on Ministers, Governors, Mayors and other government officials to use energy efficiently.  The Ministerial Regulation followed up on the Impres with details of implementation of energy efficient processes and policies.  It also included a report of the energy consumption of each institution.


Date Implemented: 2005

South Africa: Moving South Africa Project/The Moving South Africa Action Agenda

South Africa: Moving South Africa Project/The Moving South Africa Action Agenda

South Africa: Moving South Africa Project/The Moving South Africa Action Agenda

South Africa: Moving South Africa Project/The Moving South Africa Action Agenda

South Africa: Moving South Africa Project/The Moving South Africa Action Agenda

South Africa: Moving South Africa Project/The Moving South Africa Action Agenda

South Africa: Moving South Africa Project/The Moving South Africa Action Agenda

South Africa: The White Paper on National Transport Policy

South Africa: The White Paper on National Transport Policy

South Africa: The White Paper on National Transport Policy

South Africa: The White Paper on National Transport Policy

South Africa: The White Paper on National Transport Policy

South Africa: The White Paper on National Transport Policy

South Africa: The White Paper on Sustainable Forest Development in South Africa: Policy of the Government of National Unity

South Africa: The White Paper on Sustainable Forest Development in South Africa: Policy of the Government of National Unity

South Africa: The White Paper on Sustainable Forest Development in South Africa: Policy of the Government of National Unity

South Africa: The White Paper on Sustainable Forest Development in South Africa: Policy of the Government of National Unity

South Africa: The White Paper on Sustainable Forest Development in South Africa: Policy of the Government of National Unity

South Africa: The White Paper on Sustainable Forest Development in South Africa: Policy of the Government of National Unity

South Africa: The National Veld and Forest Fire Act

Sets up regulations to help prevent veld, forest and mountain fires, and to minimize the damage they cause by developing a national fire danger rating,  collecting fire related statistics and  campaigning awareness of the dangers of fires and by outlining the responsabilities of property owners in the case of fire, transfering the burden to the property owner. (measures prevent deforestation by fire)


Date Implemented: 1998

South Africa: The National Veld and Forest Fire Act

Sets up regulations to help prevent veld, forest and mountain fires, and to minimize the damage they cause by developing a national fire danger rating,  collecting fire related statistics and  campaigning awareness of the dangers of fires and by outlining the responsabilities of property owners in the case of fire, transfering the burden to the property owner. (measures prevent deforestation by fire)


Date Implemented: 1998

South Africa: The National Veld and Forest Fire Act

Sets up regulations to help prevent veld, forest and mountain fires, and to minimize the damage they cause by developing a national fire danger rating,  collecting fire related statistics and  campaigning awareness of the dangers of fires and by outlining the responsabilities of property owners in the case of fire, transfering the burden to the property owner. (measures prevent deforestation by fire)


Date Implemented: 1998

South Africa: The National Veld and Forest Fire Act

Sets up regulations to help prevent veld, forest and mountain fires, and to minimize the damage they cause by developing a national fire danger rating,  collecting fire related statistics and  campaigning awareness of the dangers of fires and by outlining the responsabilities of property owners in the case of fire, transfering the burden to the property owner. (measures prevent deforestation by fire)


Date Implemented: 1998

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Strategy

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: Air quality act (No 39 of 2004)

This Act mandates that norms, standards, mechanisms, systems and procedures be issued to improve air quality. It establishes the national framework within which these standards will be created, giving the Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism or the members of the Executive Council of a privince (MEC) the authority to issue standards, enforce regulations and other measures and implement penalties for noncompliance and establish “funding arrangements.”

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: National Energy Act

South Africa: Taxi Recapitalisation Programme

The government is offering to pay taxi drivers to scrap their old, unsafe, polluting vehicles in an attempt to clean up and regulate the taxi fleet.  If drivers fail to turn in their vehicles during the window of opportunity, within which they would receive a scrapping allowance of R50 000,00, their vehicles will be impounded.  The renewal of the taxi system and its management will then be taken over by the municipalities.  The plan for this process is being finalized.

South Africa: Taxi Recapitalisation Programme

The government is offering to pay taxi drivers to scrap their old, unsafe, polluting vehicles in an attempt to clean up and regulate the taxi fleet.  If drivers fail to turn in their vehicles during the window of opportunity, within which they would receive a scrapping allowance of R50 000,00, their vehicles will be impounded.  The renewal of the taxi system and its management will then be taken over by the municipalities.  The plan for this process is being finalized.

South Africa: Taxi Recapitalisation Programme

The government is offering to pay taxi drivers to scrap their old, unsafe, polluting vehicles in an attempt to clean up and regulate the taxi fleet.  If drivers fail to turn in their vehicles during the window of opportunity, within which they would receive a scrapping allowance of R50 000,00, their vehicles will be impounded.  The renewal of the taxi system and its management will then be taken over by the municipalities.  The plan for this process is being finalized.

South Africa: Taxi Recapitalisation Programme

The government is offering to pay taxi drivers to scrap their old, unsafe, polluting vehicles in an attempt to clean up and regulate the taxi fleet.  If drivers fail to turn in their vehicles during the window of opportunity, within which they would receive a scrapping allowance of R50 000,00, their vehicles will be impounded.  The renewal of the taxi system and its management will then be taken over by the municipalities.  The plan for this process is being finalized.

South Africa: Taxi Recapitalisation Programme

The government is offering to pay taxi drivers to scrap their old, unsafe, polluting vehicles in an attempt to clean up and regulate the taxi fleet.  If drivers fail to turn in their vehicles during the window of opportunity, within which they would receive a scrapping allowance of R50 000,00, their vehicles will be impounded.  The renewal of the taxi system and its management will then be taken over by the municipalities.  The plan for this process is being finalized.

South Africa: Joint implementation strategy for the control of exhaust emissions from road-going vehicles.

South Africa: Joint implementation strategy for the control of exhaust emissions from road-going vehicles.

South Africa: Joint implementation strategy for the control of exhaust emissions from road-going vehicles.

South Africa: Joint implementation strategy for the control of exhaust emissions from road-going vehicles.

South Africa: Joint implementation strategy for the control of exhaust emissions from road-going vehicles.

South Africa: Joint implementation strategy for the control of exhaust emissions from road-going vehicles.

South Africa: Joint implementation strategy for the control of exhaust emissions from road-going vehicles.

South Africa: Joint implementation strategy for the control of exhaust emissions from road-going vehicles.

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Accord

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Accord

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Accord

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Accord

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Accord

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Accord

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Accord

South Africa: Energy Efficiency Accord

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

South Africa: Draft Biofuels Industry Strategy

The Draft Strategy proposes: a 4,5% biofuels industry development in South Africa and this will achieve 75% of the country’s renewable energy target - the strategy is based on the national blending specifications of 8% for ethanol (E8) and 2 % for Biodiesel (B2); a mandatory blending of biofuels with petroleum based fuels, by fuel producers and refiners, to allow for market development; that the existing fuel levy exemption for Biodiesel be extended to Bioethanol, and this be based on the energy content.

Iran: Atomic Energy Act

The Act covers the activities for which the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran was established, including using atomic energy and radiation in industry, agriculture and service industries, setting up atomic power stations and desalination factories, producing source materials needed in atomic industries, creating the scientific and technical infrastructure required for carrying out the said projects, as well as coordinating and supervising all matters pertaining to atomic energy in the country.

Iran: Atomic Energy Act

The Act covers the activities for which the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran was established, including using atomic energy and radiation in industry, agriculture and service industries, setting up atomic power stations and desalination factories, producing source materials needed in atomic industries, creating the scientific and technical infrastructure required for carrying out the said projects, as well as coordinating and supervising all matters pertaining to atomic energy in the country.

Iran: Atomic Energy Act

The Act covers the activities for which the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran was established, including using atomic energy and radiation in industry, agriculture and service industries, setting up atomic power stations and desalination factories, producing source materials needed in atomic industries, creating the scientific and technical infrastructure required for carrying out the said projects, as well as coordinating and supervising all matters pertaining to atomic energy in the country.

Iran: Atomic Energy Act

The Act covers the activities for which the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran was established, including using atomic energy and radiation in industry, agriculture and service industries, setting up atomic power stations and desalination factories, producing source materials needed in atomic industries, creating the scientific and technical infrastructure required for carrying out the said projects, as well as coordinating and supervising all matters pertaining to atomic energy in the country.

Iran: The Second Five-Year National Socio-Economic Development Plan

Iran: The Second Five-Year National Socio-Economic Development Plan

Iran: The Second Five-Year National Socio-Economic Development Plan

Iran: The Second Five-Year National Socio-Economic Development Plan

Iran: The Second Five-Year National Socio-Economic Development Plan

Iran: The Second Five-Year National Socio-Economic Development Plan

Iran: The Second Five-Year National Socio-Economic Development Plan

Iran: The Second Five-Year National Socio-Economic Development Plan

Iran: Air pollution emissions standards of 1998

All cars, both imported and domestic, have had to meet the ECEISO4 standards for emissions, and in the upcoming Iranian year manufacturers will be required to observe ECE-R83 standards, and the standards for light vehicles in Iran have been effectively  increased to ECE R15.04 / ECE R49. Although already an accepted standard in Iran, this was generally not enforced until 2000.


Date Implemented: 1999/2000

Iran: Air pollution emissions standards of 1998

All cars, both imported and domestic, have had to meet the ECEISO4 standards for emissions, and in the upcoming Iranian year manufacturers will be required to observe ECE-R83 standards, and the standards for light vehicles in Iran have been effectively  increased to ECE R15.04 / ECE R49. Although already an accepted standard in Iran, this was generally not enforced until 2000.


Date Implemented: 1999/2000

Iran: Air pollution emissions standards of 1998

All cars, both imported and domestic, have had to meet the ECEISO4 standards for emissions, and in the upcoming Iranian year manufacturers will be required to observe ECE-R83 standards, and the standards for light vehicles in Iran have been effectively  increased to ECE R15.04 / ECE R49. Although already an accepted standard in Iran, this was generally not enforced until 2000.


Date Implemented: 1999/2000

Iran: Air pollution emissions standards of 1998

All cars, both imported and domestic, have had to meet the ECEISO4 standards for emissions, and in the upcoming Iranian year manufacturers will be required to observe ECE-R83 standards, and the standards for light vehicles in Iran have been effectively  increased to ECE R15.04 / ECE R49. Although already an accepted standard in Iran, this was generally not enforced until 2000.


Date Implemented: 1999/2000

Iran: Air pollution emissions standards of 1998

All cars, both imported and domestic, have had to meet the ECEISO4 standards for emissions, and in the upcoming Iranian year manufacturers will be required to observe ECE-R83 standards, and the standards for light vehicles in Iran have been effectively  increased to ECE R15.04 / ECE R49. Although already an accepted standard in Iran, this was generally not enforced until 2000.


Date Implemented: 1999/2000

Iran: Air pollution emissions standards of 1998

All cars, both imported and domestic, have had to meet the ECEISO4 standards for emissions, and in the upcoming Iranian year manufacturers will be required to observe ECE-R83 standards, and the standards for light vehicles in Iran have been effectively  increased to ECE R15.04 / ECE R49. Although already an accepted standard in Iran, this was generally not enforced until 2000.


Date Implemented: 1999/2000

Iran: Area Traffic Control Scheme

Vehicles with odd and even license plate numbers will only be allowed into Tehran on alternate days. However, a previous similar plan, whereby private cars were restricted entry into the city on weekdays using special passes, proved ineffective in reducing pollution levels.


Status: Ended, but may be put back into effect

References: http://www.aghayan.com/iranpol0502.htm

Iran: Area Traffic Control Scheme

Vehicles with odd and even license plate numbers will only be allowed into Tehran on alternate days. However, a previous similar plan, whereby private cars were restricted entry into the city on weekdays using special passes, proved ineffective in reducing pollution levels.


Status: Ended, but may be put back into effect

References: http://www.aghayan.com/iranpol0502.htm

Iran: Area Traffic Control Scheme

Vehicles with odd and even license plate numbers will only be allowed into Tehran on alternate days. However, a previous similar plan, whereby private cars were restricted entry into the city on weekdays using special passes, proved ineffective in reducing pollution levels.


Status: Ended, but may be put back into effect

References: http://www.aghayan.com/iranpol0502.htm

Iran: Area Traffic Control Scheme

Vehicles with odd and even license plate numbers will only be allowed into Tehran on alternate days. However, a previous similar plan, whereby private cars were restricted entry into the city on weekdays using special passes, proved ineffective in reducing pollution levels.


Status: Ended, but may be put back into effect

References: http://www.aghayan.com/iranpol0502.htm

Iran: Area Traffic Control Scheme

Vehicles with odd and even license plate numbers will only be allowed into Tehran on alternate days. However, a previous similar plan, whereby private cars were restricted entry into the city on weekdays using special passes, proved ineffective in reducing pollution levels.


Status: Ended, but may be put back into effect

References: http://www.aghayan.com/iranpol0502.htm

Iran: Energy Efficiency Labeling of Energy Consuming Products

Iran: Energy Efficiency Labeling of Energy Consuming Products

Iran: Energy Efficiency Labeling of Energy Consuming Products

Iran: Energy Efficiency Labeling of Energy Consuming Products

Iran: Energy Efficiency Labeling of Energy Consuming Products

Iran: Energy Efficiency Labeling of Energy Consuming Products

Argentina: National emissions target

The emission target shall be expressed as E = I *?P., where emissions (E) are measured in tons of carbon equivalent and GDP (P) in 1993 Argentine pesos at market prices. The value chosen for the index I (151.5) is aimed at ensuring an effective GHG emission reduction for Argentina, in a wide range of scenarios, which includes the most likely macro-economic and Agriculture and Livestock Production baseline scenarios.


Status: Mandatory

Argentina: National emissions target

The emission target shall be expressed as E = I *?P., where emissions (E) are measured in tons of carbon equivalent and GDP (P) in 1993 Argentine pesos at market prices. The value chosen for the index I (151.5) is aimed at ensuring an effective GHG emission reduction for Argentina, in a wide range of scenarios, which includes the most likely macro-economic and Agriculture and Livestock Production baseline scenarios.


Status: Mandatory

Argentina: National emissions target

The emission target shall be expressed as E = I *?P., where emissions (E) are measured in tons of carbon equivalent and GDP (P) in 1993 Argentine pesos at market prices. The value chosen for the index I (151.5) is aimed at ensuring an effective GHG emission reduction for Argentina, in a wide range of scenarios, which includes the most likely macro-economic and Agriculture and Livestock Production baseline scenarios.


Status: Mandatory

Argentina: National emissions target

The emission target shall be expressed as E = I *?P., where emissions (E) are measured in tons of carbon equivalent and GDP (P) in 1993 Argentine pesos at market prices. The value chosen for the index I (151.5) is aimed at ensuring an effective GHG emission reduction for Argentina, in a wide range of scenarios, which includes the most likely macro-economic and Agriculture and Livestock Production baseline scenarios.


Status: Mandatory

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

Argentina: Biofuels Act 26,093

The Act mandates the use of at least a 5% bio-ethanol or bio-diesel mix in the gasoline and diesel distributed in Argentina. In addition, the above act establishes the mandatory use of biofuels in a percentage to be determined by governmental entities and anticipates an increase in the above mentioned 5% rate in the future. Accordingly, the Biofuels Act has secured a market for the domestic supply of grain-based fuels. Mandatory fuel mixture shall only come in force in 2010.

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Renewable Energy Law

China: Energy Conservation Law

China: Energy Conservation Law

China: Energy Conservation Law

China: Energy Conservation Law

China: Energy Conservation Law

China: Energy Conservation Law

China: Sixth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development

China: Sixth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development

China: Sixth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development

China: Sixth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development

China: Sixth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development

China: Sixth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development

China: Sixth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development

China: Sixth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Electricity Generates Electricity

Profits from existing small hydorpower stations and grids has to be used to build more SHP. The government also set up a VAT of 6% of tax preference for SHP stations.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.waterpowermagazine.com/storyprint.asp?sc=2024707

 

China: Electricity Generates Electricity

Profits from existing small hydorpower stations and grids has to be used to build more SHP. The government also set up a VAT of 6% of tax preference for SHP stations.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.waterpowermagazine.com/storyprint.asp?sc=2024707

 

China: Electricity Generates Electricity

Profits from existing small hydorpower stations and grids has to be used to build more SHP. The government also set up a VAT of 6% of tax preference for SHP stations.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.waterpowermagazine.com/storyprint.asp?sc=2024707

 

China: Electricity Generates Electricity

Profits from existing small hydorpower stations and grids has to be used to build more SHP. The government also set up a VAT of 6% of tax preference for SHP stations.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.waterpowermagazine.com/storyprint.asp?sc=2024707

 

China: Electricity Generates Electricity

Profits from existing small hydorpower stations and grids has to be used to build more SHP. The government also set up a VAT of 6% of tax preference for SHP stations.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.waterpowermagazine.com/storyprint.asp?sc=2024707

 

China: Cleaner Production Promotion Law

China: Cleaner Production Promotion Law

China: Cleaner Production Promotion Law

China: Cleaner Production Promotion Law

China: Cleaner Production Promotion Law

China: Cleaner Production Promotion Law

China: Cleaner Production Promotion Law

China: Cleaner Production Promotion Law

China: Beijing pollution reduction measures

Beijing municipal government mandated that city vehicles convert to liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas. By 2002, Beijing had the largest fleet of natural gas buses in the world - a total of 1,630 vehicles. Subway and light rail systems in Beijing also are being expanded.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

China: Beijing pollution reduction measures

Beijing municipal government mandated that city vehicles convert to liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas. By 2002, Beijing had the largest fleet of natural gas buses in the world - a total of 1,630 vehicles. Subway and light rail systems in Beijing also are being expanded.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

China: Beijing pollution reduction measures

Beijing municipal government mandated that city vehicles convert to liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas. By 2002, Beijing had the largest fleet of natural gas buses in the world - a total of 1,630 vehicles. Subway and light rail systems in Beijing also are being expanded.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

China: Beijing pollution reduction measures

Beijing municipal government mandated that city vehicles convert to liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas. By 2002, Beijing had the largest fleet of natural gas buses in the world - a total of 1,630 vehicles. Subway and light rail systems in Beijing also are being expanded.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

China: Beijing pollution reduction measures

Beijing municipal government mandated that city vehicles convert to liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas. By 2002, Beijing had the largest fleet of natural gas buses in the world - a total of 1,630 vehicles. Subway and light rail systems in Beijing also are being expanded.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

China: Beijing pollution reduction measures

Beijing municipal government mandated that city vehicles convert to liquefied petroleum gas and natural gas. By 2002, Beijing had the largest fleet of natural gas buses in the world - a total of 1,630 vehicles. Subway and light rail systems in Beijing also are being expanded.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

China: Law on the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution/Air Pollution Control Law

China: Law on the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution/Air Pollution Control Law

China: Law on the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution/Air Pollution Control Law

China: Law on the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution/Air Pollution Control Law

China: Law on the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution/Air Pollution Control Law

China: Law on the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution/Air Pollution Control Law

China: Law on the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution/Air Pollution Control Law

China: Law on the Prevention and Control of Air Pollution/Air Pollution Control Law

China: Parallel Operation Regulations for Wind Power Generation

This legislation requires power grids to allow interconnection and parallel operations of wind farms, and states that power grids must buy all the electricity generated by wind farms at a price that covers production costs.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

China: Parallel Operation Regulations for Wind Power Generation

This legislation requires power grids to allow interconnection and parallel operations of wind farms, and states that power grids must buy all the electricity generated by wind farms at a price that covers production costs.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

China: Parallel Operation Regulations for Wind Power Generation

This legislation requires power grids to allow interconnection and parallel operations of wind farms, and states that power grids must buy all the electricity generated by wind farms at a price that covers production costs.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

China: Parallel Operation Regulations for Wind Power Generation

This legislation requires power grids to allow interconnection and parallel operations of wind farms, and states that power grids must buy all the electricity generated by wind farms at a price that covers production costs.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

China: Energy cooperation with Russia

Chinese president Hu Jintau and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to deepen energy cooperation. Russian Gazprom will build necessary pipelines to supply gas to China.  This cooperation will benefit China by providing increased access to energy supplies.  As well, any effort to consume fossil fuels other than coal will benefit the environment.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

China: Energy cooperation with Russia

Chinese president Hu Jintau and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to deepen energy cooperation. Russian Gazprom will build necessary pipelines to supply gas to China.  This cooperation will benefit China by providing increased access to energy supplies.  As well, any effort to consume fossil fuels other than coal will benefit the environment.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

China: Energy cooperation with Russia

Chinese president Hu Jintau and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to deepen energy cooperation. Russian Gazprom will build necessary pipelines to supply gas to China.  This cooperation will benefit China by providing increased access to energy supplies.  As well, any effort to consume fossil fuels other than coal will benefit the environment.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

China: Energy cooperation with Russia

Chinese president Hu Jintau and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to deepen energy cooperation. Russian Gazprom will build necessary pipelines to supply gas to China.  This cooperation will benefit China by providing increased access to energy supplies.  As well, any effort to consume fossil fuels other than coal will benefit the environment.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Planned; Mandatory

China: Electricity price increase

China’s top pricing and tax decision-making group has developed a pricing system for electricity generated by renewable energy.  The plan requires raising the tarrif - the set price at which generators of electricity can sell their power to grid companies.  The rate increase will vary by region depending on the level of economic development.   The customer will be paying the additional cost of producing RE.


Date Implemented: 2006

China: Electricity price increase

China’s top pricing and tax decision-making group has developed a pricing system for electricity generated by renewable energy.  The plan requires raising the tarrif - the set price at which generators of electricity can sell their power to grid companies.  The rate increase will vary by region depending on the level of economic development.   The customer will be paying the additional cost of producing RE.


Date Implemented: 2006

China: Electricity price increase

China’s top pricing and tax decision-making group has developed a pricing system for electricity generated by renewable energy.  The plan requires raising the tarrif - the set price at which generators of electricity can sell their power to grid companies.  The rate increase will vary by region depending on the level of economic development.   The customer will be paying the additional cost of producing RE.


Date Implemented: 2006

China: Electricity price increase

China’s top pricing and tax decision-making group has developed a pricing system for electricity generated by renewable energy.  The plan requires raising the tarrif - the set price at which generators of electricity can sell their power to grid companies.  The rate increase will vary by region depending on the level of economic development.   The customer will be paying the additional cost of producing RE.


Date Implemented: 2006

China: Electricity price increase

China’s top pricing and tax decision-making group has developed a pricing system for electricity generated by renewable energy.  The plan requires raising the tarrif - the set price at which generators of electricity can sell their power to grid companies.  The rate increase will vary by region depending on the level of economic development.   The customer will be paying the additional cost of producing RE.


Date Implemented: 2006

China: Electricity price increase

China’s top pricing and tax decision-making group has developed a pricing system for electricity generated by renewable energy.  The plan requires raising the tarrif - the set price at which generators of electricity can sell their power to grid companies.  The rate increase will vary by region depending on the level of economic development.   The customer will be paying the additional cost of producing RE.


Date Implemented: 2006

China: Electricity price increase

China’s top pricing and tax decision-making group has developed a pricing system for electricity generated by renewable energy.  The plan requires raising the tarrif - the set price at which generators of electricity can sell their power to grid companies.  The rate increase will vary by region depending on the level of economic development.   The customer will be paying the additional cost of producing RE.


Date Implemented: 2006

China: Raising taxes for pollutant discharge

The level of charges for exploitation of mineral resources and the emission of pollutants will be raised to promote conservation and protect the environment. The government will adjust taxation policies concerning coal resources to promote orderly exploitation and improve the rate of recovery.


Date Implemented: to be implemented in 2007

Status: Mandatory

China: Raising taxes for pollutant discharge

The level of charges for exploitation of mineral resources and the emission of pollutants will be raised to promote conservation and protect the environment. The government will adjust taxation policies concerning coal resources to promote orderly exploitation and improve the rate of recovery.


Date Implemented: to be implemented in 2007

Status: Mandatory

China: Raising taxes for pollutant discharge

The level of charges for exploitation of mineral resources and the emission of pollutants will be raised to promote conservation and protect the environment. The government will adjust taxation policies concerning coal resources to promote orderly exploitation and improve the rate of recovery.


Date Implemented: to be implemented in 2007

Status: Mandatory

China: Raising taxes for pollutant discharge

The level of charges for exploitation of mineral resources and the emission of pollutants will be raised to promote conservation and protect the environment. The government will adjust taxation policies concerning coal resources to promote orderly exploitation and improve the rate of recovery.


Date Implemented: to be implemented in 2007

Status: Mandatory

China: Raising taxes for pollutant discharge

The level of charges for exploitation of mineral resources and the emission of pollutants will be raised to promote conservation and protect the environment. The government will adjust taxation policies concerning coal resources to promote orderly exploitation and improve the rate of recovery.


Date Implemented: to be implemented in 2007

Status: Mandatory

China: Energy Label

Household refrigerators and room air conditionings without this label were forbidden to be sold in Chinese market after March, 1st, 2005.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://mail.mtprog.com/CD_Layout/Day_2_22.06.06/1400-1545/ID7_Minghong_f...

China: Energy Label

Household refrigerators and room air conditionings without this label were forbidden to be sold in Chinese market after March, 1st, 2005.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://mail.mtprog.com/CD_Layout/Day_2_22.06.06/1400-1545/ID7_Minghong_f...

China: Energy Label

Household refrigerators and room air conditionings without this label were forbidden to be sold in Chinese market after March, 1st, 2005.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://mail.mtprog.com/CD_Layout/Day_2_22.06.06/1400-1545/ID7_Minghong_f...

China: Energy Label

Household refrigerators and room air conditionings without this label were forbidden to be sold in Chinese market after March, 1st, 2005.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://mail.mtprog.com/CD_Layout/Day_2_22.06.06/1400-1545/ID7_Minghong_f...

China: Energy Label

Household refrigerators and room air conditionings without this label were forbidden to be sold in Chinese market after March, 1st, 2005.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://mail.mtprog.com/CD_Layout/Day_2_22.06.06/1400-1545/ID7_Minghong_f...

China: Energy Label

Household refrigerators and room air conditionings without this label were forbidden to be sold in Chinese market after March, 1st, 2005.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://mail.mtprog.com/CD_Layout/Day_2_22.06.06/1400-1545/ID7_Minghong_f...

China: Energy Label

Household refrigerators and room air conditionings without this label were forbidden to be sold in Chinese market after March, 1st, 2005.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://mail.mtprog.com/CD_Layout/Day_2_22.06.06/1400-1545/ID7_Minghong_f...

China: Energy Label

Household refrigerators and room air conditionings without this label were forbidden to be sold in Chinese market after March, 1st, 2005.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://mail.mtprog.com/CD_Layout/Day_2_22.06.06/1400-1545/ID7_Minghong_f...

China: The Mandatory Comparative labeling program

The label first used for household refrigerators and room air conditioners


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

 

China: The Mandatory Comparative labeling program

The label first used for household refrigerators and room air conditioners


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

 

China: The Mandatory Comparative labeling program

The label first used for household refrigerators and room air conditioners


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

 

China: The Mandatory Comparative labeling program

The label first used for household refrigerators and room air conditioners


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

 

China: The Mandatory Comparative labeling program

The label first used for household refrigerators and room air conditioners


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

 

China: The Mandatory Comparative labeling program

The label first used for household refrigerators and room air conditioners


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

 

China: The Mandatory Comparative labeling program

The label first used for household refrigerators and room air conditioners


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

 

China: The Mandatory Comparative labeling program

The label first used for household refrigerators and room air conditioners


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

 

China: Taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products

NDRC and the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) will jointly issue the taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products.


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Planned; Voluntary

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

China: Taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products

NDRC and the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) will jointly issue the taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products.


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Planned; Voluntary

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

China: Taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products

NDRC and the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) will jointly issue the taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products.


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Planned; Voluntary

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

China: Taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products

NDRC and the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) will jointly issue the taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products.


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Planned; Voluntary

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

China: Taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products

NDRC and the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) will jointly issue the taxation incentive policy for High Energy-Efficiency products.


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Planned; Voluntary

References: http://www.efficientlighting.net/doc/20070105(5).pdf

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Conservation in Buildings

Within its 11th Five-Year Period, China plans to reduce residential and public buildings’ energy consumption by 50%, saving 50 million tons of standard coal. The federal plan for energy conservation in buildings formally mandates:
- the quick technical reform of heat-supply systems nation-wide;
- renewed efforts to promoting building energy efficiency technology and related products; and
- renovation of existing buildings in the nation’s cold northern regions, with particular focus on hotels. 

China: Energy Efficient Products for Government Procurement - Publication of Official Listing

China: Energy Efficient Products for Government Procurement - Publication of Official Listing

China: Energy Efficient Products for Government Procurement - Publication of Official Listing

China: Energy Efficient Products for Government Procurement - Publication of Official Listing

China: Energy Efficient Products for Government Procurement - Publication of Official Listing

China: Energy Efficient Products for Government Procurement - Publication of Official Listing

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

China: Market Transformation Programme - Partnership with the UK

Malaysia: New legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel

The standard for the biodiesel is being developed and a new legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel will be tabled in Parliament as soon as this year. The Government is promoting a 5%-mix of processed palm oil with petroleum diesel (B5 diesel) by applying to a fleet of government vehicles on a trial basis and by establishing B5 diesel pumps at selected stations.


Status: Mandatory

Malaysia: New legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel

The standard for the biodiesel is being developed and a new legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel will be tabled in Parliament as soon as this year. The Government is promoting a 5%-mix of processed palm oil with petroleum diesel (B5 diesel) by applying to a fleet of government vehicles on a trial basis and by establishing B5 diesel pumps at selected stations.


Status: Mandatory

Malaysia: New legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel

The standard for the biodiesel is being developed and a new legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel will be tabled in Parliament as soon as this year. The Government is promoting a 5%-mix of processed palm oil with petroleum diesel (B5 diesel) by applying to a fleet of government vehicles on a trial basis and by establishing B5 diesel pumps at selected stations.


Status: Mandatory

Malaysia: New legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel

The standard for the biodiesel is being developed and a new legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel will be tabled in Parliament as soon as this year. The Government is promoting a 5%-mix of processed palm oil with petroleum diesel (B5 diesel) by applying to a fleet of government vehicles on a trial basis and by establishing B5 diesel pumps at selected stations.


Status: Mandatory

Malaysia: New legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel

The standard for the biodiesel is being developed and a new legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel will be tabled in Parliament as soon as this year. The Government is promoting a 5%-mix of processed palm oil with petroleum diesel (B5 diesel) by applying to a fleet of government vehicles on a trial basis and by establishing B5 diesel pumps at selected stations.


Status: Mandatory

Malaysia: New legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel

The standard for the biodiesel is being developed and a new legislation to mandate the use of B5 diesel will be tabled in Parliament as soon as this year. The Government is promoting a 5%-mix of processed palm oil with petroleum diesel (B5 diesel) by applying to a fleet of government vehicles on a trial basis and by establishing B5 diesel pumps at selected stations.


Status: Mandatory

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Initiatives

South Korea: Promotion of logistics standardisation

South Korea: Promotion of logistics standardisation

South Korea: Promotion of logistics standardisation

South Korea: Promotion of logistics standardisation

Singapore: Energy Labelling Scheme for air-conditioners and refrigerators


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Mandatory on July 1, 2007

 

Singapore: Energy Labelling Scheme for air-conditioners and refrigerators


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Mandatory on July 1, 2007

 

Singapore: Energy Labelling Scheme for air-conditioners and refrigerators


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Mandatory on July 1, 2007

 

Singapore: Energy Labelling Scheme for air-conditioners and refrigerators


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Mandatory on July 1, 2007

 

Singapore: Energy Labelling Scheme for air-conditioners and refrigerators


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Mandatory on July 1, 2007

 

Singapore: Energy Labelling Scheme for air-conditioners and refrigerators


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Mandatory on July 1, 2007

 

Singapore: Energy Labelling Scheme for air-conditioners and refrigerators


Date Implemented: 2007

Status: Mandatory on July 1, 2007

 

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Thailand’s National Energy Policy and Development Plan

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Energy Efficiency

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: New energy strategic plan

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Thailand: Strategic Plan for Renewable Energy Development

Turkey: Draft Energy Efficiency Law for Buildings

Turkey: Draft Energy Efficiency Law for Buildings

Turkey: Draft Energy Efficiency Law for Buildings

Turkey: Draft Energy Efficiency Law for Buildings

Turkey: Draft Energy Efficiency Law for Buildings

Turkey: Draft Energy Efficiency Law for Buildings

Turkey: Draft Energy Efficiency Law for Buildings

Turkey: Draft Energy Efficiency Law for Buildings

Turkey: Labelling fuel economy and Co2 emissions of new passenger cars- Directive 1999/94/EC


Date Implemented: 2007-2008

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

http://www.cevreorman.gov.tr/belgeler4/iklimbildirimi.pdf  

 

Turkey: Labelling fuel economy and Co2 emissions of new passenger cars- Directive 1999/94/EC


Date Implemented: 2007-2008

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

http://www.cevreorman.gov.tr/belgeler4/iklimbildirimi.pdf  

 

Turkey: Labelling fuel economy and Co2 emissions of new passenger cars- Directive 1999/94/EC


Date Implemented: 2007-2008

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

http://www.cevreorman.gov.tr/belgeler4/iklimbildirimi.pdf  

 

Turkey: Labelling fuel economy and Co2 emissions of new passenger cars- Directive 1999/94/EC


Date Implemented: 2007-2008

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

http://www.cevreorman.gov.tr/belgeler4/iklimbildirimi.pdf  

 

Turkey: Labelling fuel economy and Co2 emissions of new passenger cars- Directive 1999/94/EC


Date Implemented: 2007-2008

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

http://www.cevreorman.gov.tr/belgeler4/iklimbildirimi.pdf  

 

China: Gasoline price increase

In may of 2006, Beijing enacted the largest ever one-off increase in the fixed/mandated price of gasoline in China. Overnight the price increased 12 cents to approximately $2.40/gallon.


Date Implemented: May 2006

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: news article by Richard McGregor in Beijing May 24, 2006

 

China: Gasoline price increase

In may of 2006, Beijing enacted the largest ever one-off increase in the fixed/mandated price of gasoline in China. Overnight the price increased 12 cents to approximately $2.40/gallon.


Date Implemented: May 2006

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: news article by Richard McGregor in Beijing May 24, 2006

 

China: Gasoline price increase

In may of 2006, Beijing enacted the largest ever one-off increase in the fixed/mandated price of gasoline in China. Overnight the price increased 12 cents to approximately $2.40/gallon.


Date Implemented: May 2006

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: news article by Richard McGregor in Beijing May 24, 2006

 

China: Gasoline price increase

In may of 2006, Beijing enacted the largest ever one-off increase in the fixed/mandated price of gasoline in China. Overnight the price increased 12 cents to approximately $2.40/gallon.


Date Implemented: May 2006

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: news article by Richard McGregor in Beijing May 24, 2006

 

China: Gasoline price increase

In may of 2006, Beijing enacted the largest ever one-off increase in the fixed/mandated price of gasoline in China. Overnight the price increased 12 cents to approximately $2.40/gallon.


Date Implemented: May 2006

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: news article by Richard McGregor in Beijing May 24, 2006

 

Saudi Arabia: Economic Liberalization/diversification

Saudi Arabia: Economic Liberalization/diversification

Saudi Arabia: Economic Liberalization/diversification

Saudi Arabia: Economic Liberalization/diversification

Saudi Arabia: Economic Liberalization/diversification

Costa Rica: Law and Regulations on Rational Energy Use - la Ley Nº 7200

This law requires MINAE to establish company-level power indices based on their level of economic activity. The law and its subsequent regulations outline the obligatory nature of executing projects that conserve electricity. They also include an incentive program for businesses that promote the efficient use of energy.


Date Implemented: Law:1994; Regulation: 1995

Costa Rica: Law and Regulations on Rational Energy Use - la Ley Nº 7200

This law requires MINAE to establish company-level power indices based on their level of economic activity. The law and its subsequent regulations outline the obligatory nature of executing projects that conserve electricity. They also include an incentive program for businesses that promote the efficient use of energy.


Date Implemented: Law:1994; Regulation: 1995

Costa Rica: Law and Regulations on Rational Energy Use - la Ley Nº 7200

This law requires MINAE to establish company-level power indices based on their level of economic activity. The law and its subsequent regulations outline the obligatory nature of executing projects that conserve electricity. They also include an incentive program for businesses that promote the efficient use of energy.


Date Implemented: Law:1994; Regulation: 1995

Costa Rica: Law and Regulations on Rational Energy Use - la Ley Nº 7200

This law requires MINAE to establish company-level power indices based on their level of economic activity. The law and its subsequent regulations outline the obligatory nature of executing projects that conserve electricity. They also include an incentive program for businesses that promote the efficient use of energy.


Date Implemented: Law:1994; Regulation: 1995

Costa Rica: Law and Regulations on Rational Energy Use - la Ley Nº 7200

This law requires MINAE to establish company-level power indices based on their level of economic activity. The law and its subsequent regulations outline the obligatory nature of executing projects that conserve electricity. They also include an incentive program for businesses that promote the efficient use of energy.


Date Implemented: Law:1994; Regulation: 1995

Costa Rica: Law and Regulations on Rational Energy Use - la Ley Nº 7200

This law requires MINAE to establish company-level power indices based on their level of economic activity. The law and its subsequent regulations outline the obligatory nature of executing projects that conserve electricity. They also include an incentive program for businesses that promote the efficient use of energy.


Date Implemented: Law:1994; Regulation: 1995

Costa Rica: Law and Regulations on Rational Energy Use - la Ley Nº 7200

This law requires MINAE to establish company-level power indices based on their level of economic activity. The law and its subsequent regulations outline the obligatory nature of executing projects that conserve electricity. They also include an incentive program for businesses that promote the efficient use of energy.


Date Implemented: Law:1994; Regulation: 1995

Costa Rica: Law and Regulations on Rational Energy Use - la Ley Nº 7200

This law requires MINAE to establish company-level power indices based on their level of economic activity. The law and its subsequent regulations outline the obligatory nature of executing projects that conserve electricity. They also include an incentive program for businesses that promote the efficient use of energy.


Date Implemented: Law:1994; Regulation: 1995

Costa Rica: Urban Planning Law

This law regulates the country’s housing and urbanization policies. It also establishes the National Plan for Urban Development, the Municipal Zoning Plans, Urban Planning, and Land Use. This Law prohibits land-planning schemes that do not follow the proscribed zoning regulations.


Date Implemented: 1968

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Costa Rica: Urban Planning Law

This law regulates the country’s housing and urbanization policies. It also establishes the National Plan for Urban Development, the Municipal Zoning Plans, Urban Planning, and Land Use. This Law prohibits land-planning schemes that do not follow the proscribed zoning regulations.


Date Implemented: 1968

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Costa Rica: Urban Planning Law

This law regulates the country’s housing and urbanization policies. It also establishes the National Plan for Urban Development, the Municipal Zoning Plans, Urban Planning, and Land Use. This Law prohibits land-planning schemes that do not follow the proscribed zoning regulations.


Date Implemented: 1968

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Costa Rica: Urban Planning Law

This law regulates the country’s housing and urbanization policies. It also establishes the National Plan for Urban Development, the Municipal Zoning Plans, Urban Planning, and Land Use. This Law prohibits land-planning schemes that do not follow the proscribed zoning regulations.


Date Implemented: 1968

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Costa Rica: Urban Planning Law

This law regulates the country’s housing and urbanization policies. It also establishes the National Plan for Urban Development, the Municipal Zoning Plans, Urban Planning, and Land Use. This Law prohibits land-planning schemes that do not follow the proscribed zoning regulations.


Date Implemented: 1968

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Costa Rica: Urban Planning Law

This law regulates the country’s housing and urbanization policies. It also establishes the National Plan for Urban Development, the Municipal Zoning Plans, Urban Planning, and Land Use. This Law prohibits land-planning schemes that do not follow the proscribed zoning regulations.


Date Implemented: 1968

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Costa Rica: Vehicle Transit Act

Costa Rica has instituted strict emissions requirements for imported vehicles and will not release them without an emissions statement from the country of origin.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1093.html

Costa Rica: Vehicle Transit Act

Costa Rica has instituted strict emissions requirements for imported vehicles and will not release them without an emissions statement from the country of origin.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1093.html

Costa Rica: Vehicle Transit Act

Costa Rica has instituted strict emissions requirements for imported vehicles and will not release them without an emissions statement from the country of origin.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1093.html

Costa Rica: Vehicle Transit Act

Costa Rica has instituted strict emissions requirements for imported vehicles and will not release them without an emissions statement from the country of origin.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1093.html

Costa Rica: Vehicle Transit Act

Costa Rica has instituted strict emissions requirements for imported vehicles and will not release them without an emissions statement from the country of origin.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1093.html

Costa Rica: Rational Use of Energy Law

Costa Rica has adopted a U.S. based model of energy efficiency standards and labels for residential appliances. Designed to regulate their energy consumption, appliances must carry informational labels that give the model’s adjusted volume and annual energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

Costa Rica: Rational Use of Energy Law

Costa Rica has adopted a U.S. based model of energy efficiency standards and labels for residential appliances. Designed to regulate their energy consumption, appliances must carry informational labels that give the model’s adjusted volume and annual energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

Costa Rica: Rational Use of Energy Law

Costa Rica has adopted a U.S. based model of energy efficiency standards and labels for residential appliances. Designed to regulate their energy consumption, appliances must carry informational labels that give the model’s adjusted volume and annual energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

Costa Rica: Rational Use of Energy Law

Costa Rica has adopted a U.S. based model of energy efficiency standards and labels for residential appliances. Designed to regulate their energy consumption, appliances must carry informational labels that give the model’s adjusted volume and annual energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

Costa Rica: Rational Use of Energy Law

Costa Rica has adopted a U.S. based model of energy efficiency standards and labels for residential appliances. Designed to regulate their energy consumption, appliances must carry informational labels that give the model’s adjusted volume and annual energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: Mandatory

Malaysia: National Policy on the Environment

The aim of this policy is to lead Malaysia in developing its economy and exploiting its natural resources in a sustainable fashion, with the participation of all sectors of society in the conservation efforts


Status: In Force; Framework Policy

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; Department of Environment, National Policy
http://www.jas.sains.my/jas/NPOTE/content_intro.htm

Malaysia: National Policy on the Environment

The aim of this policy is to lead Malaysia in developing its economy and exploiting its natural resources in a sustainable fashion, with the participation of all sectors of society in the conservation efforts


Status: In Force; Framework Policy

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; Department of Environment, National Policy
http://www.jas.sains.my/jas/NPOTE/content_intro.htm

Malaysia: National Policy on the Environment

The aim of this policy is to lead Malaysia in developing its economy and exploiting its natural resources in a sustainable fashion, with the participation of all sectors of society in the conservation efforts


Status: In Force; Framework Policy

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; Department of Environment, National Policy
http://www.jas.sains.my/jas/NPOTE/content_intro.htm

Malaysia: Energy efficiency guidelines

The Malaysian government negotiates with building contractors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the use of energy efficient materials and equipment.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; ASEAN Center for Energy: Malaysia, Guidelines on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Malaysia: Energy efficiency guidelines

The Malaysian government negotiates with building contractors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the use of energy efficient materials and equipment.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; ASEAN Center for Energy: Malaysia, Guidelines on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Malaysia: Energy efficiency guidelines

The Malaysian government negotiates with building contractors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the use of energy efficient materials and equipment.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; ASEAN Center for Energy: Malaysia, Guidelines on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Malaysia: Energy efficiency guidelines

The Malaysian government negotiates with building contractors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the use of energy efficient materials and equipment.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; ASEAN Center for Energy: Malaysia, Guidelines on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Malaysia: Energy efficiency guidelines

The Malaysian government negotiates with building contractors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the use of energy efficient materials and equipment.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; ASEAN Center for Energy: Malaysia, Guidelines on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Malaysia: Energy efficiency guidelines

The Malaysian government negotiates with building contractors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the use of energy efficient materials and equipment.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; ASEAN Center for Energy: Malaysia, Guidelines on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Malaysia: Energy efficiency guidelines

The Malaysian government negotiates with building contractors, manufacturers and suppliers to promote the use of energy efficient materials and equipment.


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC; ASEAN Center for Energy: Malaysia, Guidelines on Energy Efficiency in Buildings

Malaysia: Environmental Quality Act

This act provides for the prevention, abatement, and control of pollution through licensing, and mandates the conducting of an Environmental Assessment Report for proposed public and private sector projects to determine and prevent or prepare for the environmental consequences of the project. It was brought into effect with the implementation of a subsequent set of specific regulations and laws.


Date Implemented: 1974, ‘85 & ‘95

Malaysia: Environmental Quality Act

This act provides for the prevention, abatement, and control of pollution through licensing, and mandates the conducting of an Environmental Assessment Report for proposed public and private sector projects to determine and prevent or prepare for the environmental consequences of the project. It was brought into effect with the implementation of a subsequent set of specific regulations and laws.


Date Implemented: 1974, ‘85 & ‘95

Malaysia: Environmental Quality Act

This act provides for the prevention, abatement, and control of pollution through licensing, and mandates the conducting of an Environmental Assessment Report for proposed public and private sector projects to determine and prevent or prepare for the environmental consequences of the project. It was brought into effect with the implementation of a subsequent set of specific regulations and laws.


Date Implemented: 1974, ‘85 & ‘95

Malaysia: Environmental Quality Act

This act provides for the prevention, abatement, and control of pollution through licensing, and mandates the conducting of an Environmental Assessment Report for proposed public and private sector projects to determine and prevent or prepare for the environmental consequences of the project. It was brought into effect with the implementation of a subsequent set of specific regulations and laws.


Date Implemented: 1974, ‘85 & ‘95

Malaysia: Environmental Quality Act

This act provides for the prevention, abatement, and control of pollution through licensing, and mandates the conducting of an Environmental Assessment Report for proposed public and private sector projects to determine and prevent or prepare for the environmental consequences of the project. It was brought into effect with the implementation of a subsequent set of specific regulations and laws.


Date Implemented: 1974, ‘85 & ‘95

Malaysia: Environmental Quality Act

This act provides for the prevention, abatement, and control of pollution through licensing, and mandates the conducting of an Environmental Assessment Report for proposed public and private sector projects to determine and prevent or prepare for the environmental consequences of the project. It was brought into effect with the implementation of a subsequent set of specific regulations and laws.


Date Implemented: 1974, ‘85 & ‘95

Malaysia: Environmental Quality Act

This act provides for the prevention, abatement, and control of pollution through licensing, and mandates the conducting of an Environmental Assessment Report for proposed public and private sector projects to determine and prevent or prepare for the environmental consequences of the project. It was brought into effect with the implementation of a subsequent set of specific regulations and laws.


Date Implemented: 1974, ‘85 & ‘95

Malaysia: Environmental Quality Act

This act provides for the prevention, abatement, and control of pollution through licensing, and mandates the conducting of an Environmental Assessment Report for proposed public and private sector projects to determine and prevent or prepare for the environmental consequences of the project. It was brought into effect with the implementation of a subsequent set of specific regulations and laws.


Date Implemented: 1974, ‘85 & ‘95

Malaysia: Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations

These Regulations set emission and effluent discharge limits.  They limited emissions from motor vehicles except for motorcycles (which generally make up more than half of all registered motor vehicles in Malaysia)


Date Implemented: 1978

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Malaysia: Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations

These Regulations set emission and effluent discharge limits.  They limited emissions from motor vehicles except for motorcycles (which generally make up more than half of all registered motor vehicles in Malaysia)


Date Implemented: 1978

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Malaysia: Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations

These Regulations set emission and effluent discharge limits.  They limited emissions from motor vehicles except for motorcycles (which generally make up more than half of all registered motor vehicles in Malaysia)


Date Implemented: 1978

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Malaysia: Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations

These Regulations set emission and effluent discharge limits.  They limited emissions from motor vehicles except for motorcycles (which generally make up more than half of all registered motor vehicles in Malaysia)


Date Implemented: 1978

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Malaysia: Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations

These Regulations set emission and effluent discharge limits.  They limited emissions from motor vehicles except for motorcycles (which generally make up more than half of all registered motor vehicles in Malaysia)


Date Implemented: 1978

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Malaysia: Environmental Quality (Clean Air) Regulations

These Regulations set emission and effluent discharge limits.  They limited emissions from motor vehicles except for motorcycles (which generally make up more than half of all registered motor vehicles in Malaysia)


Date Implemented: 1978

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Malaysia: National Forestry Policy

This Act designates Permanent Forest Reserves (PFR) for climate and ecology protection, regeneration and rehabilitation, research and sustainable harvesting


Date Implemented: 1978, revised 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Targets: Each state should maintain 47% of land area as forest reserves, long term goal: 50%

Malaysia: National Forestry Policy

This Act designates Permanent Forest Reserves (PFR) for climate and ecology protection, regeneration and rehabilitation, research and sustainable harvesting


Date Implemented: 1978, revised 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Targets: Each state should maintain 47% of land area as forest reserves, long term goal: 50%

Malaysia: National Forestry Policy

This Act designates Permanent Forest Reserves (PFR) for climate and ecology protection, regeneration and rehabilitation, research and sustainable harvesting


Date Implemented: 1978, revised 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Targets: Each state should maintain 47% of land area as forest reserves, long term goal: 50%

Malaysia: National Forestry Policy

This Act designates Permanent Forest Reserves (PFR) for climate and ecology protection, regeneration and rehabilitation, research and sustainable harvesting


Date Implemented: 1978, revised 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Targets: Each state should maintain 47% of land area as forest reserves, long term goal: 50%

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Malaysia: Energy Policy in the 8th Malaysia Plan/Five Fuel Policy

Nigeria: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Decree No 86

This law states that before undertaking any project (public or private) which is likely to have a substantial impact on the environment, an Environmental Impact Assessment must be done in order to establish what these impacts will be and how best to cope with them.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Nigeria: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Decree No 86

This law states that before undertaking any project (public or private) which is likely to have a substantial impact on the environment, an Environmental Impact Assessment must be done in order to establish what these impacts will be and how best to cope with them.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Nigeria: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Decree No 86

This law states that before undertaking any project (public or private) which is likely to have a substantial impact on the environment, an Environmental Impact Assessment must be done in order to establish what these impacts will be and how best to cope with them.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Nigeria: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Decree No 86

This law states that before undertaking any project (public or private) which is likely to have a substantial impact on the environment, an Environmental Impact Assessment must be done in order to establish what these impacts will be and how best to cope with them.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Nigeria: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Decree No 86

This law states that before undertaking any project (public or private) which is likely to have a substantial impact on the environment, an Environmental Impact Assessment must be done in order to establish what these impacts will be and how best to cope with them.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Vision 2010

Nigeria: Power Sector Reform Act

This legislation enables private companies to participate in electricity generation, transmission, and distribution. It begins the restructuring of the sector and the privatization of the National Electric Power Authority.  It establishes the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to monitor and regulate the power sector as it undergoes these changes.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Nigeria: Power Sector Reform Act

This legislation enables private companies to participate in electricity generation, transmission, and distribution. It begins the restructuring of the sector and the privatization of the National Electric Power Authority.  It establishes the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to monitor and regulate the power sector as it undergoes these changes.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Nigeria: Power Sector Reform Act

This legislation enables private companies to participate in electricity generation, transmission, and distribution. It begins the restructuring of the sector and the privatization of the National Electric Power Authority.  It establishes the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to monitor and regulate the power sector as it undergoes these changes.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Nigeria: Power Sector Reform Act

This legislation enables private companies to participate in electricity generation, transmission, and distribution. It begins the restructuring of the sector and the privatization of the National Electric Power Authority.  It establishes the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to monitor and regulate the power sector as it undergoes these changes.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Pakistan: Environmental Protection Act (PEPA)

Pakistan: Environmental Protection Act (PEPA)

Pakistan: Environmental Protection Act (PEPA)

Pakistan: Environmental Protection Act (PEPA)

Pakistan: Environmental Protection Act (PEPA)

Pakistan: Environmental Protection Act (PEPA)

Pakistan: Environmental Protection Act (PEPA)

Pakistan: Environmental Protection Act (PEPA)

Pakistan: National Environmental Quality Standards

This legislation regulates the air emissions and effluents of industry and other big polluters.


 

Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory (but poorly enforced)

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Pakistan: National Environmental Quality Standards

This legislation regulates the air emissions and effluents of industry and other big polluters.


 

Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory (but poorly enforced)

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Pakistan: National Environmental Quality Standards

This legislation regulates the air emissions and effluents of industry and other big polluters.


 

Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory (but poorly enforced)

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Pakistan: National Environmental Quality Standards

This legislation regulates the air emissions and effluents of industry and other big polluters.


 

Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory (but poorly enforced)

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Environmental Policy

Pakistan: National Clean Air Act

The Clean Air legislation will aim to control vehicular emissions, pollution from industry and indoor air pollution in rural areas.


Status: Planned; Framework Policy

References: National Environmental Policy

http://www.environment.gov.pk/nep/policy.pdf

Pakistan: National Clean Air Act

The Clean Air legislation will aim to control vehicular emissions, pollution from industry and indoor air pollution in rural areas.


Status: Planned; Framework Policy

References: National Environmental Policy

http://www.environment.gov.pk/nep/policy.pdf

Pakistan: National Clean Air Act

The Clean Air legislation will aim to control vehicular emissions, pollution from industry and indoor air pollution in rural areas.


Status: Planned; Framework Policy

References: National Environmental Policy

http://www.environment.gov.pk/nep/policy.pdf

Pakistan: National Clean Air Act

The Clean Air legislation will aim to control vehicular emissions, pollution from industry and indoor air pollution in rural areas.


Status: Planned; Framework Policy

References: National Environmental Policy

http://www.environment.gov.pk/nep/policy.pdf

Pakistan: National Clean Air Act

The Clean Air legislation will aim to control vehicular emissions, pollution from industry and indoor air pollution in rural areas.


Status: Planned; Framework Policy

References: National Environmental Policy

http://www.environment.gov.pk/nep/policy.pdf

Pakistan: National Clean Air Act

The Clean Air legislation will aim to control vehicular emissions, pollution from industry and indoor air pollution in rural areas.


Status: Planned; Framework Policy

References: National Environmental Policy

http://www.environment.gov.pk/nep/policy.pdf

Pakistan: National Clean Air Act

The Clean Air legislation will aim to control vehicular emissions, pollution from industry and indoor air pollution in rural areas.


Status: Planned; Framework Policy

References: National Environmental Policy

http://www.environment.gov.pk/nep/policy.pdf

Pakistan: National Clean Air Act

The Clean Air legislation will aim to control vehicular emissions, pollution from industry and indoor air pollution in rural areas.


Status: Planned; Framework Policy

References: National Environmental Policy

http://www.environment.gov.pk/nep/policy.pdf

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: Clean Air Act

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: National Forestation Program

The National Forest Policy aims to ensure the adequate supply of industrial timber and fuel wood; provision of livelihood for upland communities and, restoration and maintenance of a stable, functional and wholesome environment. It also creates production forest plantations for sustainable exploitation.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: Framework Policy

Philippines: Total Log Ban in Primary Forests

The government issued a ban on logging in the Philippines’ primary growth forests in an effort to halt deforestation.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

 

Philippines: Total Log Ban in Primary Forests

The government issued a ban on logging in the Philippines’ primary growth forests in an effort to halt deforestation.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

 

Philippines: Total Log Ban in Primary Forests

The government issued a ban on logging in the Philippines’ primary growth forests in an effort to halt deforestation.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

 

Philippines: Total Log Ban in Primary Forests

The government issued a ban on logging in the Philippines’ primary growth forests in an effort to halt deforestation.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

 

Philippines: Energy Label Requirement

Refrigerators are required to carry energy efficiency labels displaying their efficiency rating, total storage volume, and energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.apec-esis.org/productsummary.php?country=Philippines&product=...

 

Philippines: Energy Label Requirement

Refrigerators are required to carry energy efficiency labels displaying their efficiency rating, total storage volume, and energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.apec-esis.org/productsummary.php?country=Philippines&product=...

 

Philippines: Energy Label Requirement

Refrigerators are required to carry energy efficiency labels displaying their efficiency rating, total storage volume, and energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.apec-esis.org/productsummary.php?country=Philippines&product=...

 

Philippines: Energy Label Requirement

Refrigerators are required to carry energy efficiency labels displaying their efficiency rating, total storage volume, and energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.apec-esis.org/productsummary.php?country=Philippines&product=...

 

Philippines: Energy Label Requirement

Refrigerators are required to carry energy efficiency labels displaying their efficiency rating, total storage volume, and energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.apec-esis.org/productsummary.php?country=Philippines&product=...

 

Philippines: Energy Label Requirement

Refrigerators are required to carry energy efficiency labels displaying their efficiency rating, total storage volume, and energy consumption.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.apec-esis.org/productsummary.php?country=Philippines&product=...

 

South Korea: Forest-Land Management Law

 This law establishes land use standards and deforestation policies.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

South Korea: Forest-Land Management Law

 This law establishes land use standards and deforestation policies.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

South Korea: Forest-Land Management Law

 This law establishes land use standards and deforestation policies.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

South Korea: Air Quality Preservation Act

South Korea: Air Quality Preservation Act

South Korea: Air Quality Preservation Act

South Korea: Air Quality Preservation Act

South Korea: Air Quality Preservation Act

South Korea: Air Quality Preservation Act

South Korea: Air Quality Preservation Act

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: National Intermodal Transportation Plan

Enacted in accordance with the Transportation System Efficiency Act, this plan was intended to maximize the benefits of intermodal transportation. The plan includes promoting a light railway system, promoting bus services in remote areas; and promoting traffic efficiency, (reducing heavy traffic hours, providing of mass transport modes). It also strengthens the government’s financial support to mass public transportation.

South Korea: Pollution Prevention Act

Regarded as Korea’s first piece of environmental legislation, its revision included mandatory permissible emission standards and a discharging facilities permit system.


Date Implemented: 1963, revised 1971, repealed 1977

Status: Ended

References: http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN009445...

 

South Korea: Pollution Prevention Act

Regarded as Korea’s first piece of environmental legislation, its revision included mandatory permissible emission standards and a discharging facilities permit system.


Date Implemented: 1963, revised 1971, repealed 1977

Status: Ended

References: http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN009445...

 

South Korea: Pollution Prevention Act

Regarded as Korea’s first piece of environmental legislation, its revision included mandatory permissible emission standards and a discharging facilities permit system.


Date Implemented: 1963, revised 1971, repealed 1977

Status: Ended

References: http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN009445...

 

South Korea: Pollution Prevention Act

Regarded as Korea’s first piece of environmental legislation, its revision included mandatory permissible emission standards and a discharging facilities permit system.


Date Implemented: 1963, revised 1971, repealed 1977

Status: Ended

References: http://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/APCITY/UNPAN009445...

 

South Korea: Clean Air Conservation Act

Includes industrial standards for waste minimization, a ban on the emission of toxic gases, and promotion of CNG in city buses


Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://eng.kei.re.kr/05_inf/05_env_laws.asp

South Korea: Clean Air Conservation Act

Includes industrial standards for waste minimization, a ban on the emission of toxic gases, and promotion of CNG in city buses


Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://eng.kei.re.kr/05_inf/05_env_laws.asp

South Korea: Clean Air Conservation Act

Includes industrial standards for waste minimization, a ban on the emission of toxic gases, and promotion of CNG in city buses


Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://eng.kei.re.kr/05_inf/05_env_laws.asp

South Korea: Clean Air Conservation Act

Includes industrial standards for waste minimization, a ban on the emission of toxic gases, and promotion of CNG in city buses


Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://eng.kei.re.kr/05_inf/05_env_laws.asp

South Korea: Clean Air Conservation Act

Includes industrial standards for waste minimization, a ban on the emission of toxic gases, and promotion of CNG in city buses


Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://eng.kei.re.kr/05_inf/05_env_laws.asp

Saudi Arabia: Fifth Development Plan

This plan aims to improve the standard of living and the welfare of Saudi citizens, to provide an environment free from pollution, with clean air, water and food and to achieve sustainable development on the basis of improved management of the available natural resources and maintain the current capacity of the environment. The plan incorporates the preventive principle and the concept of the environmental impact assessment.


Date Implemented: 1995-1999

Saudi Arabia: Fifth Development Plan

This plan aims to improve the standard of living and the welfare of Saudi citizens, to provide an environment free from pollution, with clean air, water and food and to achieve sustainable development on the basis of improved management of the available natural resources and maintain the current capacity of the environment. The plan incorporates the preventive principle and the concept of the environmental impact assessment.


Date Implemented: 1995-1999

Saudi Arabia: Fifth Development Plan

This plan aims to improve the standard of living and the welfare of Saudi citizens, to provide an environment free from pollution, with clean air, water and food and to achieve sustainable development on the basis of improved management of the available natural resources and maintain the current capacity of the environment. The plan incorporates the preventive principle and the concept of the environmental impact assessment.


Date Implemented: 1995-1999

Saudi Arabia: Fifth Development Plan

This plan aims to improve the standard of living and the welfare of Saudi citizens, to provide an environment free from pollution, with clean air, water and food and to achieve sustainable development on the basis of improved management of the available natural resources and maintain the current capacity of the environment. The plan incorporates the preventive principle and the concept of the environmental impact assessment.


Date Implemented: 1995-1999

Saudi Arabia: Fifth Development Plan

This plan aims to improve the standard of living and the welfare of Saudi citizens, to provide an environment free from pollution, with clean air, water and food and to achieve sustainable development on the basis of improved management of the available natural resources and maintain the current capacity of the environment. The plan incorporates the preventive principle and the concept of the environmental impact assessment.


Date Implemented: 1995-1999

Saudi Arabia: Fifth Development Plan

This plan aims to improve the standard of living and the welfare of Saudi citizens, to provide an environment free from pollution, with clean air, water and food and to achieve sustainable development on the basis of improved management of the available natural resources and maintain the current capacity of the environment. The plan incorporates the preventive principle and the concept of the environmental impact assessment.


Date Implemented: 1995-1999

Saudi Arabia: Fifth Development Plan

This plan aims to improve the standard of living and the welfare of Saudi citizens, to provide an environment free from pollution, with clean air, water and food and to achieve sustainable development on the basis of improved management of the available natural resources and maintain the current capacity of the environment. The plan incorporates the preventive principle and the concept of the environmental impact assessment.


Date Implemented: 1995-1999

Saudi Arabai: Air quality standards

The government is planning more stringant air quality standards to eliminate the shortcomings of the previous standard.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.un.org/esa/agenda21/natlinfo/countr/saudi/inst.htm

 

Saudi Arabai: Air quality standards

The government is planning more stringant air quality standards to eliminate the shortcomings of the previous standard.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.un.org/esa/agenda21/natlinfo/countr/saudi/inst.htm

 

Saudi Arabai: Air quality standards

The government is planning more stringant air quality standards to eliminate the shortcomings of the previous standard.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.un.org/esa/agenda21/natlinfo/countr/saudi/inst.htm

 

Saudi Arabai: Air quality standards

The government is planning more stringant air quality standards to eliminate the shortcomings of the previous standard.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.un.org/esa/agenda21/natlinfo/countr/saudi/inst.htm

 

Saudi Arabai: Air quality standards

The government is planning more stringant air quality standards to eliminate the shortcomings of the previous standard.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.un.org/esa/agenda21/natlinfo/countr/saudi/inst.htm

 

Saudi Arabai: Air quality standards

The government is planning more stringant air quality standards to eliminate the shortcomings of the previous standard.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://www.un.org/esa/agenda21/natlinfo/countr/saudi/inst.htm

 

Singapore: Energy Standards of the Building and Construction Authority (BCA)

Singapore: Energy Standards of the Building and Construction Authority (BCA)

Singapore: Energy Standards of the Building and Construction Authority (BCA)

Singapore: Energy Standards of the Building and Construction Authority (BCA)

Singapore: Energy Standards of the Building and Construction Authority (BCA)

Singapore: Rapid Transit System Act

This Act outlines the framework for the planning, construction, operation and maintenance of rapid transit systems.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Framework Policy/Government Initiative

Singapore: Rapid Transit System Act

This Act outlines the framework for the planning, construction, operation and maintenance of rapid transit systems.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Framework Policy/Government Initiative

Singapore: Rapid Transit System Act

This Act outlines the framework for the planning, construction, operation and maintenance of rapid transit systems.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Framework Policy/Government Initiative

Singapore: Rapid Transit System Act

This Act outlines the framework for the planning, construction, operation and maintenance of rapid transit systems.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Framework Policy/Government Initiative

Singapore: Rapid Transit System Act

This Act outlines the framework for the planning, construction, operation and maintenance of rapid transit systems.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Framework Policy/Government Initiative

Singapore: Rapid Transit System Act

This Act outlines the framework for the planning, construction, operation and maintenance of rapid transit systems.


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Framework Policy/Government Initiative

Singapore: Environmental Pollution Control Act

This policy consolidates all the environmental regulations and related measures. Regarding climate change, it regulates the emissions from any industrial or commercial plant or household. It limits the air pollutants that can be released and the activities that cause air pollution.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Singapore: Environmental Pollution Control Act

This policy consolidates all the environmental regulations and related measures. Regarding climate change, it regulates the emissions from any industrial or commercial plant or household. It limits the air pollutants that can be released and the activities that cause air pollution.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Singapore: Environmental Pollution Control Act

This policy consolidates all the environmental regulations and related measures. Regarding climate change, it regulates the emissions from any industrial or commercial plant or household. It limits the air pollutants that can be released and the activities that cause air pollution.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Singapore: Environmental Pollution Control Act

This policy consolidates all the environmental regulations and related measures. Regarding climate change, it regulates the emissions from any industrial or commercial plant or household. It limits the air pollutants that can be released and the activities that cause air pollution.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Singapore: Environmental Pollution Control Act

This policy consolidates all the environmental regulations and related measures. Regarding climate change, it regulates the emissions from any industrial or commercial plant or household. It limits the air pollutants that can be released and the activities that cause air pollution.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Singapore: Environmental Pollution Control Act

This policy consolidates all the environmental regulations and related measures. Regarding climate change, it regulates the emissions from any industrial or commercial plant or household. It limits the air pollutants that can be released and the activities that cause air pollution.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Singapore: Environmental Pollution Control Act

This policy consolidates all the environmental regulations and related measures. Regarding climate change, it regulates the emissions from any industrial or commercial plant or household. It limits the air pollutants that can be released and the activities that cause air pollution.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Singapore: Environmental Pollution Control Act

This policy consolidates all the environmental regulations and related measures. Regarding climate change, it regulates the emissions from any industrial or commercial plant or household. It limits the air pollutants that can be released and the activities that cause air pollution.


Date Implemented: 1999

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

Singapore: Road Traffic Act

This Act sets out the regulations related to road traffic, and the use of vehicles in Singapore.  It specifies that it is illegal to drive any vehicle that does not meet the minimum standards proscribed in this Act, and designates the categories of vehicles, and the taxes on them.


Date Implemented: 1961; revised 1970, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Road Traffic Act

This Act sets out the regulations related to road traffic, and the use of vehicles in Singapore.  It specifies that it is illegal to drive any vehicle that does not meet the minimum standards proscribed in this Act, and designates the categories of vehicles, and the taxes on them.


Date Implemented: 1961; revised 1970, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Road Traffic Act

This Act sets out the regulations related to road traffic, and the use of vehicles in Singapore.  It specifies that it is illegal to drive any vehicle that does not meet the minimum standards proscribed in this Act, and designates the categories of vehicles, and the taxes on them.


Date Implemented: 1961; revised 1970, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Road Traffic Act

This Act sets out the regulations related to road traffic, and the use of vehicles in Singapore.  It specifies that it is illegal to drive any vehicle that does not meet the minimum standards proscribed in this Act, and designates the categories of vehicles, and the taxes on them.


Date Implemented: 1961; revised 1970, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Road Traffic Act

This Act sets out the regulations related to road traffic, and the use of vehicles in Singapore.  It specifies that it is illegal to drive any vehicle that does not meet the minimum standards proscribed in this Act, and designates the categories of vehicles, and the taxes on them.


Date Implemented: 1961; revised 1970, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Road Traffic Act

This Act sets out the regulations related to road traffic, and the use of vehicles in Singapore.  It specifies that it is illegal to drive any vehicle that does not meet the minimum standards proscribed in this Act, and designates the categories of vehicles, and the taxes on them.


Date Implemented: 1961; revised 1970, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Road Traffic Act

This Act sets out the regulations related to road traffic, and the use of vehicles in Singapore.  It specifies that it is illegal to drive any vehicle that does not meet the minimum standards proscribed in this Act, and designates the categories of vehicles, and the taxes on them.


Date Implemented: 1961; revised 1970, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Road Traffic Act

This Act sets out the regulations related to road traffic, and the use of vehicles in Singapore.  It specifies that it is illegal to drive any vehicle that does not meet the minimum standards proscribed in this Act, and designates the categories of vehicles, and the taxes on them.


Date Implemented: 1961; revised 1970, 1985, 1994, 1997, 2004

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Mandatory Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel

From Dec 1, 2005, ultra-low sulfur diesel will be mandatory in order to prepare the country to adopt the Euro IV emission standards for diesel vehicles in October 2006.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: Mandatory

References: National Environment Agency

http://app.nea.gov.sg/cms/htdocs/article.asp?pid=2553 

 

Singapore: Mandatory Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel

From Dec 1, 2005, ultra-low sulfur diesel will be mandatory in order to prepare the country to adopt the Euro IV emission standards for diesel vehicles in October 2006.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: Mandatory

References: National Environment Agency

http://app.nea.gov.sg/cms/htdocs/article.asp?pid=2553 

 

Singapore: Mandatory Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel

From Dec 1, 2005, ultra-low sulfur diesel will be mandatory in order to prepare the country to adopt the Euro IV emission standards for diesel vehicles in October 2006.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: Mandatory

References: National Environment Agency

http://app.nea.gov.sg/cms/htdocs/article.asp?pid=2553 

 

Singapore: Mandatory Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel

From Dec 1, 2005, ultra-low sulfur diesel will be mandatory in order to prepare the country to adopt the Euro IV emission standards for diesel vehicles in October 2006.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: Mandatory

References: National Environment Agency

http://app.nea.gov.sg/cms/htdocs/article.asp?pid=2553 

 

Singapore: Mandatory Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel

From Dec 1, 2005, ultra-low sulfur diesel will be mandatory in order to prepare the country to adopt the Euro IV emission standards for diesel vehicles in October 2006.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: Mandatory

References: National Environment Agency

http://app.nea.gov.sg/cms/htdocs/article.asp?pid=2553 

 

Singapore: Parks and Trees Act

This Act designates areas as national parks and nature reserves which are set aside and protected from any sort of commercial activity.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

 

Singapore: Parks and Trees Act

This Act designates areas as national parks and nature reserves which are set aside and protected from any sort of commercial activity.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

 

Singapore: Parks and Trees Act

This Act designates areas as national parks and nature reserves which are set aside and protected from any sort of commercial activity.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

 

Singapore: Parks and Trees Act

This Act designates areas as national parks and nature reserves which are set aside and protected from any sort of commercial activity.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://statutes.agc.gov.sg/

 

Singapore: Vehicle quota system

This legislation limits car ownership in Singapore and thereby limits the number of cars allowed on the road.  Ownership requires a certificate of entitlement (valid for 10 years) and the quota system is based on categories of vehicles differentiated by engine size.


 

Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Vehicle quota system

This legislation limits car ownership in Singapore and thereby limits the number of cars allowed on the road.  Ownership requires a certificate of entitlement (valid for 10 years) and the quota system is based on categories of vehicles differentiated by engine size.


 

Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Vehicle quota system

This legislation limits car ownership in Singapore and thereby limits the number of cars allowed on the road.  Ownership requires a certificate of entitlement (valid for 10 years) and the quota system is based on categories of vehicles differentiated by engine size.


 

Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Vehicle quota system

This legislation limits car ownership in Singapore and thereby limits the number of cars allowed on the road.  Ownership requires a certificate of entitlement (valid for 10 years) and the quota system is based on categories of vehicles differentiated by engine size.


 

Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Vehicle quota system

This legislation limits car ownership in Singapore and thereby limits the number of cars allowed on the road.  Ownership requires a certificate of entitlement (valid for 10 years) and the quota system is based on categories of vehicles differentiated by engine size.


 

Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Singapore: Vehicle quota system

This legislation limits car ownership in Singapore and thereby limits the number of cars allowed on the road.  Ownership requires a certificate of entitlement (valid for 10 years) and the quota system is based on categories of vehicles differentiated by engine size.


 

Date Implemented: 1990

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: The Enhancement and Conservation of Environmental Quality Act

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: New Thai Constitution

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: Energy Conservation and Promotion Act

Thailand: DSM Program under the 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

The mechanisms for meeting the DSM targets include increased efficiency lighting and a campaign for increased energy efficiency in appliances.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended

Thailand: DSM Program under the 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

The mechanisms for meeting the DSM targets include increased efficiency lighting and a campaign for increased energy efficiency in appliances.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended

Thailand: DSM Program under the 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

The mechanisms for meeting the DSM targets include increased efficiency lighting and a campaign for increased energy efficiency in appliances.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended

Thailand: DSM Program under the 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

The mechanisms for meeting the DSM targets include increased efficiency lighting and a campaign for increased energy efficiency in appliances.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended

Thailand: DSM Program under the 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

The mechanisms for meeting the DSM targets include increased efficiency lighting and a campaign for increased energy efficiency in appliances.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended

Thailand: DSM Program under the 8th National Social and Economic Development Plan

The mechanisms for meeting the DSM targets include increased efficiency lighting and a campaign for increased energy efficiency in appliances.


Date Implemented: 1997-2001

Status: Ended

Thailand: LPG and Natural Gas in buses and taxis

The first NGV bus fleet was introduced in Thailand in 1984 with aid from the New Zealand government. Future efforts were not as successful, but now, NG prices are set at 50% of the price of diesel in order to make it more commercially viable (natural gas is exempt from all tax but the VAT). Special low interest loans are arranged for taxis to convert to natural gas and grants are made for the bus system to purchase NGV engines.

Thailand: LPG and Natural Gas in buses and taxis

The first NGV bus fleet was introduced in Thailand in 1984 with aid from the New Zealand government. Future efforts were not as successful, but now, NG prices are set at 50% of the price of diesel in order to make it more commercially viable (natural gas is exempt from all tax but the VAT). Special low interest loans are arranged for taxis to convert to natural gas and grants are made for the bus system to purchase NGV engines.

Thailand: LPG and Natural Gas in buses and taxis

The first NGV bus fleet was introduced in Thailand in 1984 with aid from the New Zealand government. Future efforts were not as successful, but now, NG prices are set at 50% of the price of diesel in order to make it more commercially viable (natural gas is exempt from all tax but the VAT). Special low interest loans are arranged for taxis to convert to natural gas and grants are made for the bus system to purchase NGV engines.

Thailand: LPG and Natural Gas in buses and taxis

The first NGV bus fleet was introduced in Thailand in 1984 with aid from the New Zealand government. Future efforts were not as successful, but now, NG prices are set at 50% of the price of diesel in order to make it more commercially viable (natural gas is exempt from all tax but the VAT). Special low interest loans are arranged for taxis to convert to natural gas and grants are made for the bus system to purchase NGV engines.

Thailand: LPG and Natural Gas in buses and taxis

The first NGV bus fleet was introduced in Thailand in 1984 with aid from the New Zealand government. Future efforts were not as successful, but now, NG prices are set at 50% of the price of diesel in order to make it more commercially viable (natural gas is exempt from all tax but the VAT). Special low interest loans are arranged for taxis to convert to natural gas and grants are made for the bus system to purchase NGV engines.

Thailand: LPG and Natural Gas in buses and taxis

The first NGV bus fleet was introduced in Thailand in 1984 with aid from the New Zealand government. Future efforts were not as successful, but now, NG prices are set at 50% of the price of diesel in order to make it more commercially viable (natural gas is exempt from all tax but the VAT). Special low interest loans are arranged for taxis to convert to natural gas and grants are made for the bus system to purchase NGV engines.

Thailand: LPG and Natural Gas in buses and taxis

The first NGV bus fleet was introduced in Thailand in 1984 with aid from the New Zealand government. Future efforts were not as successful, but now, NG prices are set at 50% of the price of diesel in order to make it more commercially viable (natural gas is exempt from all tax but the VAT). Special low interest loans are arranged for taxis to convert to natural gas and grants are made for the bus system to purchase NGV engines.

Thailand: LPG and Natural Gas in buses and taxis

The first NGV bus fleet was introduced in Thailand in 1984 with aid from the New Zealand government. Future efforts were not as successful, but now, NG prices are set at 50% of the price of diesel in order to make it more commercially viable (natural gas is exempt from all tax but the VAT). Special low interest loans are arranged for taxis to convert to natural gas and grants are made for the bus system to purchase NGV engines.

Thailand: More stringent vehicle emissions standards

As of 1993 all vehicles are required to have catalytic converters installed. IN 1999-2001, new emissions standards have been adapted from the European Union’s standards and implemented.  An inspection program has been set up to enforce these standards.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Thailand: More stringent vehicle emissions standards

As of 1993 all vehicles are required to have catalytic converters installed. IN 1999-2001, new emissions standards have been adapted from the European Union’s standards and implemented.  An inspection program has been set up to enforce these standards.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Thailand: More stringent vehicle emissions standards

As of 1993 all vehicles are required to have catalytic converters installed. IN 1999-2001, new emissions standards have been adapted from the European Union’s standards and implemented.  An inspection program has been set up to enforce these standards.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Thailand: More stringent vehicle emissions standards

As of 1993 all vehicles are required to have catalytic converters installed. IN 1999-2001, new emissions standards have been adapted from the European Union’s standards and implemented.  An inspection program has been set up to enforce these standards.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Thailand: Conservation Forests

The Thai government has declared a policy of maintaining no less than 25% of the total land area as conservation forests.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Thailand: Conservation Forests

The Thai government has declared a policy of maintaining no less than 25% of the total land area as conservation forests.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Thailand: Conservation Forests

The Thai government has declared a policy of maintaining no less than 25% of the total land area as conservation forests.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

 

Turkey: Flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units

The government requires flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units on all new coal power plants.


Status: Mandatory

References: EIA Turkey’s Environmental Issues,

http://www.geni.org/globalenergy/library/national_energy_grid/turkey/Ene...

 

Turkey: Flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units

The government requires flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units on all new coal power plants.


Status: Mandatory

References: EIA Turkey’s Environmental Issues,

http://www.geni.org/globalenergy/library/national_energy_grid/turkey/Ene...

 

Turkey: Flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units

The government requires flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units on all new coal power plants.


Status: Mandatory

References: EIA Turkey’s Environmental Issues,

http://www.geni.org/globalenergy/library/national_energy_grid/turkey/Ene...

 

Turkey: Flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units

The government requires flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units on all new coal power plants.


Status: Mandatory

References: EIA Turkey’s Environmental Issues,

http://www.geni.org/globalenergy/library/national_energy_grid/turkey/Ene...

 

Turkey: Flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units

The government requires flue gas desulphurization (FGD) units on all new coal power plants.


Status: Mandatory

References: EIA Turkey’s Environmental Issues,

http://www.geni.org/globalenergy/library/national_energy_grid/turkey/Ene...

 

Turkey: Street lighting & government buildings

Power saving measures are imposed on government buildings and street lighting is reduced.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: Mandatory

References: IEA

 

Turkey: Street lighting & government buildings

Power saving measures are imposed on government buildings and street lighting is reduced.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: Mandatory

References: IEA

 

Turkey: Street lighting & government buildings

Power saving measures are imposed on government buildings and street lighting is reduced.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: Mandatory

References: IEA

 

Turkey: Street lighting & government buildings

Power saving measures are imposed on government buildings and street lighting is reduced.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: Mandatory

References: IEA

 

Turkey: Street lighting & government buildings

Power saving measures are imposed on government buildings and street lighting is reduced.


Date Implemented: 2000

Status: Mandatory

References: IEA

 

Turkey: Air Quality Protection Regulation

These regulations aim to reduce the emissions of soot, smoke, dust, gases, steam and aerosol. It limits the concentrations of pollutants in the flue gas.  Power plants are required to take measure to reduce sulfur oxide concentration in flue gases limiting them to 1000 mg/Nm3, the limit is set by the related regulation for all lignite fired power plants.  Facilities that have been listed as unhealthy or harmful now require that permission to operate be granted by the Emission License System.

Turkey: Air Quality Protection Regulation

These regulations aim to reduce the emissions of soot, smoke, dust, gases, steam and aerosol. It limits the concentrations of pollutants in the flue gas.  Power plants are required to take measure to reduce sulfur oxide concentration in flue gases limiting them to 1000 mg/Nm3, the limit is set by the related regulation for all lignite fired power plants.  Facilities that have been listed as unhealthy or harmful now require that permission to operate be granted by the Emission License System.

Turkey: Air Quality Protection Regulation

These regulations aim to reduce the emissions of soot, smoke, dust, gases, steam and aerosol. It limits the concentrations of pollutants in the flue gas.  Power plants are required to take measure to reduce sulfur oxide concentration in flue gases limiting them to 1000 mg/Nm3, the limit is set by the related regulation for all lignite fired power plants.  Facilities that have been listed as unhealthy or harmful now require that permission to operate be granted by the Emission License System.

Turkey: Air Quality Protection Regulation

These regulations aim to reduce the emissions of soot, smoke, dust, gases, steam and aerosol. It limits the concentrations of pollutants in the flue gas.  Power plants are required to take measure to reduce sulfur oxide concentration in flue gases limiting them to 1000 mg/Nm3, the limit is set by the related regulation for all lignite fired power plants.  Facilities that have been listed as unhealthy or harmful now require that permission to operate be granted by the Emission License System.

Turkey: Air Quality Protection Regulation

These regulations aim to reduce the emissions of soot, smoke, dust, gases, steam and aerosol. It limits the concentrations of pollutants in the flue gas.  Power plants are required to take measure to reduce sulfur oxide concentration in flue gases limiting them to 1000 mg/Nm3, the limit is set by the related regulation for all lignite fired power plants.  Facilities that have been listed as unhealthy or harmful now require that permission to operate be granted by the Emission License System.

Turkey: Air Quality Protection Regulation

These regulations aim to reduce the emissions of soot, smoke, dust, gases, steam and aerosol. It limits the concentrations of pollutants in the flue gas.  Power plants are required to take measure to reduce sulfur oxide concentration in flue gases limiting them to 1000 mg/Nm3, the limit is set by the related regulation for all lignite fired power plants.  Facilities that have been listed as unhealthy or harmful now require that permission to operate be granted by the Emission License System.

Turkey: Air Quality Protection Regulation

These regulations aim to reduce the emissions of soot, smoke, dust, gases, steam and aerosol. It limits the concentrations of pollutants in the flue gas.  Power plants are required to take measure to reduce sulfur oxide concentration in flue gases limiting them to 1000 mg/Nm3, the limit is set by the related regulation for all lignite fired power plants.  Facilities that have been listed as unhealthy or harmful now require that permission to operate be granted by the Emission License System.

Turkey: Electricity Market Law (Law Number 4628)

This legislation generated two policies related to renewables: First, renewable energy facilities are only required to pay 1% of the total license fee or the license for construction, and they are exempt from license fees for the first eight years following the completion date.  Second, the Turkish Electricity Transmission Company (TEIAS) and distribution companies are required to give priority status for renewables facilities’ systems connection.

Turkey: Electricity Market Law (Law Number 4628)

This legislation generated two policies related to renewables: First, renewable energy facilities are only required to pay 1% of the total license fee or the license for construction, and they are exempt from license fees for the first eight years following the completion date.  Second, the Turkish Electricity Transmission Company (TEIAS) and distribution companies are required to give priority status for renewables facilities’ systems connection.

Turkey: Electricity Market Law (Law Number 4628)

This legislation generated two policies related to renewables: First, renewable energy facilities are only required to pay 1% of the total license fee or the license for construction, and they are exempt from license fees for the first eight years following the completion date.  Second, the Turkish Electricity Transmission Company (TEIAS) and distribution companies are required to give priority status for renewables facilities’ systems connection.

Turkey: Electricity Market Law (Law Number 4628)

This legislation generated two policies related to renewables: First, renewable energy facilities are only required to pay 1% of the total license fee or the license for construction, and they are exempt from license fees for the first eight years following the completion date.  Second, the Turkish Electricity Transmission Company (TEIAS) and distribution companies are required to give priority status for renewables facilities’ systems connection.

Turkey: Electricity Sector Reform Strategy

This policy undertakes the liberalization/privatization of the energy market in order to increase economic efficiency of production and delivery and increase the quality and reliability of the product.  Liberalization will implement cost-reflective prices.


Date Implemented: 2004

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Turkey: Electricity Sector Reform Strategy

This policy undertakes the liberalization/privatization of the energy market in order to increase economic efficiency of production and delivery and increase the quality and reliability of the product.  Liberalization will implement cost-reflective prices.


Date Implemented: 2004

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Turkey: Electricity Sector Reform Strategy

This policy undertakes the liberalization/privatization of the energy market in order to increase economic efficiency of production and delivery and increase the quality and reliability of the product.  Liberalization will implement cost-reflective prices.


Date Implemented: 2004

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Turkey: Electricity Sector Reform Strategy

This policy undertakes the liberalization/privatization of the energy market in order to increase economic efficiency of production and delivery and increase the quality and reliability of the product.  Liberalization will implement cost-reflective prices.


Date Implemented: 2004

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Turkey: Electricity Sector Reform Strategy

This policy undertakes the liberalization/privatization of the energy market in order to increase economic efficiency of production and delivery and increase the quality and reliability of the product.  Liberalization will implement cost-reflective prices.


Date Implemented: 2004

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Turkey: Electricity Sector Reform Strategy

This policy undertakes the liberalization/privatization of the energy market in order to increase economic efficiency of production and delivery and increase the quality and reliability of the product.  Liberalization will implement cost-reflective prices.


Date Implemented: 2004

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Turkey: Electricity Sector Reform Strategy

This policy undertakes the liberalization/privatization of the energy market in order to increase economic efficiency of production and delivery and increase the quality and reliability of the product.  Liberalization will implement cost-reflective prices.


Date Implemented: 2004

Status: In Force; Framework Policy