SD-PAMs: Regulatory Instrument

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

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The National Conservation Strategy and Policy Statement on Environment and Development

Provides the basis for the integration of environmental considerations in the policies of various sectors. Outlines government’s goals and projects for achieving sustainable lifestyles and the proper management and conservation of resources.


Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

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: Resolution no 112

This resolution establishes the requirements for obtaining the registration or authorization for the implementation, expansion or refitting of thermoelectric, wind or photovoltaic generating stations and of other alternative energy sources destined for selling energy under the form of independent production, exclusive use or execution of a public service. Stations with a generating capacity of less than 5MW only require registration; authorization is required for stations with greater than 5MW generating capacity

Brazil: Resolution no 112

This resolution establishes the requirements for obtaining the registration or authorization for the implementation, expansion or refitting of thermoelectric, wind or photovoltaic generating stations and of other alternative energy sources destined for selling energy under the form of independent production, exclusive use or execution of a public service. Stations with a generating capacity of less than 5MW only require registration; authorization is required for stations with greater than 5MW generating capacity

Brazil: Resolution no 112

This resolution establishes the requirements for obtaining the registration or authorization for the implementation, expansion or refitting of thermoelectric, wind or photovoltaic generating stations and of other alternative energy sources destined for selling energy under the form of independent production, exclusive use or execution of a public service. Stations with a generating capacity of less than 5MW only require registration; authorization is required for stations with greater than 5MW generating capacity

Brazil: Resolution no 112

This resolution establishes the requirements for obtaining the registration or authorization for the implementation, expansion or refitting of thermoelectric, wind or photovoltaic generating stations and of other alternative energy sources destined for selling energy under the form of independent production, exclusive use or execution of a public service. Stations with a generating capacity of less than 5MW only require registration; authorization is required for stations with greater than 5MW generating capacity

Brazil: Resolution no 112

This resolution establishes the requirements for obtaining the registration or authorization for the implementation, expansion or refitting of thermoelectric, wind or photovoltaic generating stations and of other alternative energy sources destined for selling energy under the form of independent production, exclusive use or execution of a public service. Stations with a generating capacity of less than 5MW only require registration; authorization is required for stations with greater than 5MW generating capacity

Brazil: Resolution no 112

This resolution establishes the requirements for obtaining the registration or authorization for the implementation, expansion or refitting of thermoelectric, wind or photovoltaic generating stations and of other alternative energy sources destined for selling energy under the form of independent production, exclusive use or execution of a public service. Stations with a generating capacity of less than 5MW only require registration; authorization is required for stations with greater than 5MW generating capacity

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: Yellow Tariff

State Policy of Minas Gerias - installation of seasonal meters and surcharging electricity consumed in peak hours.  Residential customers using more than 200 kWh/month and commercial customers consuming more than 500 kWh/month will have special metering equipment installed in order to allow application of the new tariff. 

 


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: Yellow Tariff

State Policy of Minas Gerias - installation of seasonal meters and surcharging electricity consumed in peak hours.  Residential customers using more than 200 kWh/month and commercial customers consuming more than 500 kWh/month will have special metering equipment installed in order to allow application of the new tariff. 

 


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: Yellow Tariff

State Policy of Minas Gerias - installation of seasonal meters and surcharging electricity consumed in peak hours.  Residential customers using more than 200 kWh/month and commercial customers consuming more than 500 kWh/month will have special metering equipment installed in order to allow application of the new tariff. 

 


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: Yellow Tariff

State Policy of Minas Gerias - installation of seasonal meters and surcharging electricity consumed in peak hours.  Residential customers using more than 200 kWh/month and commercial customers consuming more than 500 kWh/month will have special metering equipment installed in order to allow application of the new tariff. 

 


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: Yellow Tariff

State Policy of Minas Gerias - installation of seasonal meters and surcharging electricity consumed in peak hours.  Residential customers using more than 200 kWh/month and commercial customers consuming more than 500 kWh/month will have special metering equipment installed in order to allow application of the new tariff. 

 


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: Yellow Tariff

State Policy of Minas Gerias - installation of seasonal meters and surcharging electricity consumed in peak hours.  Residential customers using more than 200 kWh/month and commercial customers consuming more than 500 kWh/month will have special metering equipment installed in order to allow application of the new tariff. 

 


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: Yellow Tariff

State Policy of Minas Gerias - installation of seasonal meters and surcharging electricity consumed in peak hours.  Residential customers using more than 200 kWh/month and commercial customers consuming more than 500 kWh/month will have special metering equipment installed in order to allow application of the new tariff. 

 


Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Brazil: Restructuring energy market

Brazil: Restructuring energy market

Brazil: Restructuring energy market

Brazil: Restructuring energy market

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Biodiesel Program

Brazil: Electric Sector Model- Law 10.848/2004

Motivated by the necessity to adapt the sector to the post-deregulation environment, the National Congress approved a new financial and regulatory model for the electric sector involving operations, bidding on and trading electric energy. Also creates new governmental agencies, such as the Energy Research Company (EPE), Electric System Monitoring Committee (CMSE), and the Electric Power Chamber of Commerce (CCEE).


Date Implemented: 2004

Brazil: Electric Sector Model- Law 10.848/2004

Motivated by the necessity to adapt the sector to the post-deregulation environment, the National Congress approved a new financial and regulatory model for the electric sector involving operations, bidding on and trading electric energy. Also creates new governmental agencies, such as the Energy Research Company (EPE), Electric System Monitoring Committee (CMSE), and the Electric Power Chamber of Commerce (CCEE).


Date Implemented: 2004

Brazil: Electric Sector Model- Law 10.848/2004

Motivated by the necessity to adapt the sector to the post-deregulation environment, the National Congress approved a new financial and regulatory model for the electric sector involving operations, bidding on and trading electric energy. Also creates new governmental agencies, such as the Energy Research Company (EPE), Electric System Monitoring Committee (CMSE), and the Electric Power Chamber of Commerce (CCEE).


Date Implemented: 2004

Brazil: Electric Sector Model- Law 10.848/2004

Motivated by the necessity to adapt the sector to the post-deregulation environment, the National Congress approved a new financial and regulatory model for the electric sector involving operations, bidding on and trading electric energy. Also creates new governmental agencies, such as the Energy Research Company (EPE), Electric System Monitoring Committee (CMSE), and the Electric Power Chamber of Commerce (CCEE).


Date Implemented: 2004

Brazil: Electric Sector Model- Law 10.848/2004

Motivated by the necessity to adapt the sector to the post-deregulation environment, the National Congress approved a new financial and regulatory model for the electric sector involving operations, bidding on and trading electric energy. Also creates new governmental agencies, such as the Energy Research Company (EPE), Electric System Monitoring Committee (CMSE), and the Electric Power Chamber of Commerce (CCEE).


Date Implemented: 2004

Brazil: Sol Brasil

Sol Brasil is a program of the Ministry of Science and Technology designed to increase the use of solar water heating. Its initiatives and activities include a marketing scheme, qualification/certification standards for solar water heater installers, and R&D support and incentives to promote innovation with SWH companies.


Status: In Force

Brazil: Sol Brasil

Sol Brasil is a program of the Ministry of Science and Technology designed to increase the use of solar water heating. Its initiatives and activities include a marketing scheme, qualification/certification standards for solar water heater installers, and R&D support and incentives to promote innovation with SWH companies.


Status: In Force

Brazil: Sol Brasil

Sol Brasil is a program of the Ministry of Science and Technology designed to increase the use of solar water heating. Its initiatives and activities include a marketing scheme, qualification/certification standards for solar water heater installers, and R&D support and incentives to promote innovation with SWH companies.


Status: In Force

Brazil: Sol Brasil

Sol Brasil is a program of the Ministry of Science and Technology designed to increase the use of solar water heating. Its initiatives and activities include a marketing scheme, qualification/certification standards for solar water heater installers, and R&D support and incentives to promote innovation with SWH companies.


Status: In Force

Brazil: Sol Brasil

Sol Brasil is a program of the Ministry of Science and Technology designed to increase the use of solar water heating. Its initiatives and activities include a marketing scheme, qualification/certification standards for solar water heater installers, and R&D support and incentives to promote innovation with SWH companies.


Status: In Force

Brazil: Sol Brasil

Sol Brasil is a program of the Ministry of Science and Technology designed to increase the use of solar water heating. Its initiatives and activities include a marketing scheme, qualification/certification standards for solar water heater installers, and R&D support and incentives to promote innovation with SWH companies.


Status: In Force

Brazil: Sol Brasil

Sol Brasil is a program of the Ministry of Science and Technology designed to increase the use of solar water heating. Its initiatives and activities include a marketing scheme, qualification/certification standards for solar water heater installers, and R&D support and incentives to promote innovation with SWH companies.


Status: In Force

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Ethanol Green Fuel Production in Brazil

To transfer technology and know how in production, processing, distribution and use of ethanol either by itself or in mixture with gasoline, laying the foundation for international trade in green fuels.


Status: Framework Policy

Funding Information: Public/private partnerships.

References: http://www.ren21.net/iap/commitment.asp?id=35

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Brazil’s Hydropower Programme

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Brazil’s Hydropower Programme

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Brazil’s Hydropower Programme

Brazil: International Action Programme (IAP), Brazil’s Hydropower Programme

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: PROBIODIESEL - Brazilian Program of Technological Development for Biodiesel

Brazil: Industrial local pollutant emissions offset law

Provides for the establishment of Air Emissions offset law (São Paulo) Reduction Programmes in areas with restricted
air quality. Also povides tax incentives and low-interest loans for efficient technologies


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Mandatory

Brazil: Industrial local pollutant emissions offset law

Provides for the establishment of Air Emissions offset law (São Paulo) Reduction Programmes in areas with restricted
air quality. Also povides tax incentives and low-interest loans for efficient technologies


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Mandatory

Brazil: Industrial local pollutant emissions offset law

Provides for the establishment of Air Emissions offset law (São Paulo) Reduction Programmes in areas with restricted
air quality. Also povides tax incentives and low-interest loans for efficient technologies


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Mandatory

Brazil: Industrial local pollutant emissions offset law

Provides for the establishment of Air Emissions offset law (São Paulo) Reduction Programmes in areas with restricted
air quality. Also povides tax incentives and low-interest loans for efficient technologies


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Mandatory

Brazil: Industrial local pollutant emissions offset law

Provides for the establishment of Air Emissions offset law (São Paulo) Reduction Programmes in areas with restricted
air quality. Also povides tax incentives and low-interest loans for efficient technologies


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: Policy Statement for Abatement of Pollution

This policy attempts to harmonize economic development and environmental imperatives using a variety of regulatory instruments, fiscal incentives and educational and outreach methods to promote the application of the best technologies to reduce pollution.


 

Date Implemented: 1992

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

This policy sets the standards and penalties for noncompliance for polluting. It establishes both a Central Pollution Control Board, and State Pollution Control Boards to monitor and enforce the regulations.


Date Implemented: 1974, 1988

India: The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

This policy sets the standards and penalties for noncompliance for polluting. It establishes both a Central Pollution Control Board, and State Pollution Control Boards to monitor and enforce the regulations.


Date Implemented: 1974, 1988

India: The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

This policy sets the standards and penalties for noncompliance for polluting. It establishes both a Central Pollution Control Board, and State Pollution Control Boards to monitor and enforce the regulations.


Date Implemented: 1974, 1988

India: The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

This policy sets the standards and penalties for noncompliance for polluting. It establishes both a Central Pollution Control Board, and State Pollution Control Boards to monitor and enforce the regulations.


Date Implemented: 1974, 1988

India: The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

This policy sets the standards and penalties for noncompliance for polluting. It establishes both a Central Pollution Control Board, and State Pollution Control Boards to monitor and enforce the regulations.


Date Implemented: 1974, 1988

India: The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

This policy sets the standards and penalties for noncompliance for polluting. It establishes both a Central Pollution Control Board, and State Pollution Control Boards to monitor and enforce the regulations.


Date Implemented: 1974, 1988

India: The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

This policy sets the standards and penalties for noncompliance for polluting. It establishes both a Central Pollution Control Board, and State Pollution Control Boards to monitor and enforce the regulations.


Date Implemented: 1974, 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: 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 Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

The Central Board sets national ambient air standards, enforces auto emissions standards, and the Central Board and state board are empowered to enforce them.


Date Implemented: 1981; 1988

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

The Central Board sets national ambient air standards, enforces auto emissions standards, and the Central Board and state board are empowered to enforce them.


Date Implemented: 1981; 1988

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

The Central Board sets national ambient air standards, enforces auto emissions standards, and the Central Board and state board are empowered to enforce them.


Date Implemented: 1981; 1988

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

The Central Board sets national ambient air standards, enforces auto emissions standards, and the Central Board and state board are empowered to enforce them.


Date Implemented: 1981; 1988

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

The Central Board sets national ambient air standards, enforces auto emissions standards, and the Central Board and state board are empowered to enforce them.


Date Implemented: 1981; 1988

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

The Central Board sets national ambient air standards, enforces auto emissions standards, and the Central Board and state board are empowered to enforce them.


Date Implemented: 1981; 1988

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act

The Central Board sets national ambient air standards, enforces auto emissions standards, and the Central Board and state board are empowered to enforce them.


Date Implemented: 1981; 1988

Status: In Force; Mandatory

India: The Environment (Protection) Act

This policy lays out the legal framework for standards and regulations controlling and preventing environmental pollution.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.msi-network.com/content/doing_business_in_india_environment.a..., http://www.geocities.com/india_pil/acts/environm.htm

India: The Environment (Protection) Act

This policy lays out the legal framework for standards and regulations controlling and preventing environmental pollution.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.msi-network.com/content/doing_business_in_india_environment.a..., http://www.geocities.com/india_pil/acts/environm.htm

India: The Environment (Protection) Act

This policy lays out the legal framework for standards and regulations controlling and preventing environmental pollution.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.msi-network.com/content/doing_business_in_india_environment.a..., http://www.geocities.com/india_pil/acts/environm.htm

India: The Environment (Protection) Act

This policy lays out the legal framework for standards and regulations controlling and preventing environmental pollution.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.msi-network.com/content/doing_business_in_india_environment.a..., http://www.geocities.com/india_pil/acts/environm.htm

India: The Environment (Protection) Act

This policy lays out the legal framework for standards and regulations controlling and preventing environmental pollution.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.msi-network.com/content/doing_business_in_india_environment.a..., http://www.geocities.com/india_pil/acts/environm.htm

India: The Environment (Protection) Act

This policy lays out the legal framework for standards and regulations controlling and preventing environmental pollution.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.msi-network.com/content/doing_business_in_india_environment.a..., http://www.geocities.com/india_pil/acts/environm.htm

India: The Environment (Protection) Act

This policy lays out the legal framework for standards and regulations controlling and preventing environmental pollution.


Date Implemented: 1986

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: http://www.msi-network.com/content/doing_business_in_india_environment.a..., http://www.geocities.com/india_pil/acts/environm.htm

India: The Motor Vehicle Act

This Act reevaluates and updates provisions of the previous act, which dated back to 1939. It sets rules, standards and procedures concerning the regulation of automotive vehicles and their use. Most relevant: setting auto emissions standards


Date Implemented: 1939; 1988

Status: In Force

India: The Motor Vehicle Act

This Act reevaluates and updates provisions of the previous act, which dated back to 1939. It sets rules, standards and procedures concerning the regulation of automotive vehicles and their use. Most relevant: setting auto emissions standards


Date Implemented: 1939; 1988

Status: In Force

India: The Motor Vehicle Act

This Act reevaluates and updates provisions of the previous act, which dated back to 1939. It sets rules, standards and procedures concerning the regulation of automotive vehicles and their use. Most relevant: setting auto emissions standards


Date Implemented: 1939; 1988

Status: In Force

India: The Motor Vehicle Act

This Act reevaluates and updates provisions of the previous act, which dated back to 1939. It sets rules, standards and procedures concerning the regulation of automotive vehicles and their use. Most relevant: setting auto emissions standards


Date Implemented: 1939; 1988

Status: In Force

India: The Motor Vehicle Act

This Act reevaluates and updates provisions of the previous act, which dated back to 1939. It sets rules, standards and procedures concerning the regulation of automotive vehicles and their use. Most relevant: setting auto emissions standards


Date Implemented: 1939; 1988

Status: In Force

India: The Motor Vehicle Act

This Act reevaluates and updates provisions of the previous act, which dated back to 1939. It sets rules, standards and procedures concerning the regulation of automotive vehicles and their use. Most relevant: setting auto emissions standards


Date Implemented: 1939; 1988

Status: In Force

India: The National Environment Tribunal Act

This policy establishes the National Environment Tribunal to rule in cases where  damages have been accidentally inflicted on an individual, on private property or on the environment and compensation is sought. 


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: The National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995, Act No. 27 of 1995

India: The National Environment Tribunal Act

This policy establishes the National Environment Tribunal to rule in cases where  damages have been accidentally inflicted on an individual, on private property or on the environment and compensation is sought. 


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: The National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995, Act No. 27 of 1995

India: The National Environment Tribunal Act

This policy establishes the National Environment Tribunal to rule in cases where  damages have been accidentally inflicted on an individual, on private property or on the environment and compensation is sought. 


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: The National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995, Act No. 27 of 1995

India: The National Environment Tribunal Act

This policy establishes the National Environment Tribunal to rule in cases where  damages have been accidentally inflicted on an individual, on private property or on the environment and compensation is sought. 


Date Implemented: 1995

Status: In Force; Mandatory

References: The National Environment Tribunal Act, 1995, Act No. 27 of 1995

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: The Tenth Plan

India: Energy Conservation Act

India: Energy Conservation Act

India: Energy Conservation Act

India: Energy Conservation Act

India: Energy Conservation Act

India: Electricity Act 

Allows liberty to operate and maintain a generating station without obtaining a license if it complies with the technical standards relating to connectivity with the grid, except for hydro. Creates liberal framework for power development, facilitates private investment. Sets stringent provisions for controlling theft of electricity. Mandates creation of Regulatory Commissions to determine retail tariff.


Date Implemented: 2003

India: Electricity Act 

Allows liberty to operate and maintain a generating station without obtaining a license if it complies with the technical standards relating to connectivity with the grid, except for hydro. Creates liberal framework for power development, facilitates private investment. Sets stringent provisions for controlling theft of electricity. Mandates creation of Regulatory Commissions to determine retail tariff.


Date Implemented: 2003

India: Electricity Act 

Allows liberty to operate and maintain a generating station without obtaining a license if it complies with the technical standards relating to connectivity with the grid, except for hydro. Creates liberal framework for power development, facilitates private investment. Sets stringent provisions for controlling theft of electricity. Mandates creation of Regulatory Commissions to determine retail tariff.


Date Implemented: 2003

India: Electricity Act 

Allows liberty to operate and maintain a generating station without obtaining a license if it complies with the technical standards relating to connectivity with the grid, except for hydro. Creates liberal framework for power development, facilitates private investment. Sets stringent provisions for controlling theft of electricity. Mandates creation of Regulatory Commissions to determine retail tariff.


Date Implemented: 2003

India: Electricity Act 

Allows liberty to operate and maintain a generating station without obtaining a license if it complies with the technical standards relating to connectivity with the grid, except for hydro. Creates liberal framework for power development, facilitates private investment. Sets stringent provisions for controlling theft of electricity. Mandates creation of Regulatory Commissions to determine retail tariff.


Date Implemented: 2003

India: Electricity Act 

Allows liberty to operate and maintain a generating station without obtaining a license if it complies with the technical standards relating to connectivity with the grid, except for hydro. Creates liberal framework for power development, facilitates private investment. Sets stringent provisions for controlling theft of electricity. Mandates creation of Regulatory Commissions to determine retail tariff.


Date Implemented: 2003

India: Electricity Act 

Allows liberty to operate and maintain a generating station without obtaining a license if it complies with the technical standards relating to connectivity with the grid, except for hydro. Creates liberal framework for power development, facilitates private investment. Sets stringent provisions for controlling theft of electricity. Mandates creation of Regulatory Commissions to determine retail tariff.


Date Implemented: 2003

India: Electricity Act 

Allows liberty to operate and maintain a generating station without obtaining a license if it complies with the technical standards relating to connectivity with the grid, except for hydro. Creates liberal framework for power development, facilitates private investment. Sets stringent provisions for controlling theft of electricity. Mandates creation of Regulatory Commissions to determine retail tariff.


Date Implemented: 2003

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

India: Hydrocarbon Vision 2025

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

India: National Environment Policy

The National Environment Policy aims at archiving: Efficiency Improvement and Conservation of Critical Environmental Resources, Livelihood Security for the Poor, Integration of Environmental Concerns in Economic and Social Development.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework policies

References: http://www.iea.org/textbase/pamsdb/detail.aspx?mode=weo&id=3356

India: National Environment Policy

The National Environment Policy aims at archiving: Efficiency Improvement and Conservation of Critical Environmental Resources, Livelihood Security for the Poor, Integration of Environmental Concerns in Economic and Social Development.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework policies

References: http://www.iea.org/textbase/pamsdb/detail.aspx?mode=weo&id=3356

India: National Environment Policy

The National Environment Policy aims at archiving: Efficiency Improvement and Conservation of Critical Environmental Resources, Livelihood Security for the Poor, Integration of Environmental Concerns in Economic and Social Development.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework policies

References: http://www.iea.org/textbase/pamsdb/detail.aspx?mode=weo&id=3356

India: National Environment Policy

The National Environment Policy aims at archiving: Efficiency Improvement and Conservation of Critical Environmental Resources, Livelihood Security for the Poor, Integration of Environmental Concerns in Economic and Social Development.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework policies

References: http://www.iea.org/textbase/pamsdb/detail.aspx?mode=weo&id=3356

India: National Environment Policy

The National Environment Policy aims at archiving: Efficiency Improvement and Conservation of Critical Environmental Resources, Livelihood Security for the Poor, Integration of Environmental Concerns in Economic and Social Development.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework policies

References: http://www.iea.org/textbase/pamsdb/detail.aspx?mode=weo&id=3356

Mexico: Ley General del Equilibrio Ecológico y la Protección al Ambiente (LGEEPA)

Mexico: Ley General del Equilibrio Ecológico y la Protección al Ambiente (LGEEPA)

Mexico: Ley General del Equilibrio Ecológico y la Protección al Ambiente (LGEEPA)

Mexico: Ley General del Equilibrio Ecológico y la Protección al Ambiente (LGEEPA)

Mexico: Ley General del Equilibrio Ecológico y la Protección al Ambiente (LGEEPA)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

Mexico: Sistema Integrado de Regulación Directa y Gestión Ambiental de la Industria (SIRG)

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: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

Mexico: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

Mexico: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

Mexico: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

Mexico: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

Mexico: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

Mexico: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

Mexico: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

Mexico: La Comisión Nacional para el Ahorro de Energía (CONAE)

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: Ley Federal para Prevenir y Controlar la Contaminación Ambiental (Federal Law for the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution)

Three sets of regulations were enacted to implement this Law: regulations to prevent and control atmospheric pollution caused by dust and smoke; regulations to control water pollution; and regulations to prevent and control pollution of the sea.


Date Implemented: 1971

Status: In Force; Framework policy

Mexico: Ley Federal para Prevenir y Controlar la Contaminación Ambiental (Federal Law for the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution)

Three sets of regulations were enacted to implement this Law: regulations to prevent and control atmospheric pollution caused by dust and smoke; regulations to control water pollution; and regulations to prevent and control pollution of the sea.


Date Implemented: 1971

Status: In Force; Framework policy

Mexico: Ley Federal para Prevenir y Controlar la Contaminación Ambiental (Federal Law for the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution)

Three sets of regulations were enacted to implement this Law: regulations to prevent and control atmospheric pollution caused by dust and smoke; regulations to control water pollution; and regulations to prevent and control pollution of the sea.


Date Implemented: 1971

Status: In Force; Framework policy

Mexico: Ley Federal para Prevenir y Controlar la Contaminación Ambiental (Federal Law for the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution)

Three sets of regulations were enacted to implement this Law: regulations to prevent and control atmospheric pollution caused by dust and smoke; regulations to control water pollution; and regulations to prevent and control pollution of the sea.


Date Implemented: 1971

Status: In Force; Framework policy

Mexico: Ley Federal para Prevenir y Controlar la Contaminación Ambiental (Federal Law for the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution)

Three sets of regulations were enacted to implement this Law: regulations to prevent and control atmospheric pollution caused by dust and smoke; regulations to control water pollution; and regulations to prevent and control pollution of the sea.


Date Implemented: 1971

Status: In Force; Framework policy

Mexico: Ley Federal para Prevenir y Controlar la Contaminación Ambiental (Federal Law for the Prevention and Control of Environmental Pollution)

Three sets of regulations were enacted to implement this Law: regulations to prevent and control atmospheric pollution caused by dust and smoke; regulations to control water pollution; and regulations to prevent and control pollution of the sea.


Date Implemented: 1971

Status: In Force; Framework policy

Mexico: Daylight Savings

Implementing Daylight Savings reduces the demand for electricity by ‘daylight’ hours align more with the actual hours of daylight.  This measure, giving an extra hour of daylight at the day’s end, when energy consumption is high, was estimated to save Mexico two million barrels of oil a day because of the increase in daylight.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Mexico: Daylight Savings

Implementing Daylight Savings reduces the demand for electricity by ‘daylight’ hours align more with the actual hours of daylight.  This measure, giving an extra hour of daylight at the day’s end, when energy consumption is high, was estimated to save Mexico two million barrels of oil a day because of the increase in daylight.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Mexico: Daylight Savings

Implementing Daylight Savings reduces the demand for electricity by ‘daylight’ hours align more with the actual hours of daylight.  This measure, giving an extra hour of daylight at the day’s end, when energy consumption is high, was estimated to save Mexico two million barrels of oil a day because of the increase in daylight.


Date Implemented: 1996

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: National Commission for Energy Saving (CONAE):

CONAE/ Ministry of Energy estimates that the savings in natural gas demand in the power generation (energy) sector will be approximately 5.33% in 2003, 5.24% in 2007 and decrease from that year onwards to reach a low of 3.61% in 2012  for intermediate years and the savings in fossil fuel demand in the transport sector as a result of energy efficiency measures will be approximately 0.04% in 2003 and reach 0.08% by 2012 for intermediate years.

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Initiative of Law for the Use of Renewable Sources of Energy (LAFRE)

Mexico: Official Mexican Norms (NOM) for solar heaters

NOM for solar heaters, with the goal of setting up criteria for the use of solar energy in new establishments and remodeling in Mexico City, that require hot water for productive uses. This NOM establishes that at least 30% of the annual energy consumption needs to come from solar heating systems.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force

References:

Mexico: Official Mexican Norms (NOM) for solar heaters

NOM for solar heaters, with the goal of setting up criteria for the use of solar energy in new establishments and remodeling in Mexico City, that require hot water for productive uses. This NOM establishes that at least 30% of the annual energy consumption needs to come from solar heating systems.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force

References:

Mexico: Official Mexican Norms (NOM) for solar heaters

NOM for solar heaters, with the goal of setting up criteria for the use of solar energy in new establishments and remodeling in Mexico City, that require hot water for productive uses. This NOM establishes that at least 30% of the annual energy consumption needs to come from solar heating systems.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force

References:

Mexico: Official Mexican Norms (NOM) for solar heaters

NOM for solar heaters, with the goal of setting up criteria for the use of solar energy in new establishments and remodeling in Mexico City, that require hot water for productive uses. This NOM establishes that at least 30% of the annual energy consumption needs to come from solar heating systems.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force

References:

Mexico: Official Mexican Norms (NOM) for solar heaters

NOM for solar heaters, with the goal of setting up criteria for the use of solar energy in new establishments and remodeling in Mexico City, that require hot water for productive uses. This NOM establishes that at least 30% of the annual energy consumption needs to come from solar heating systems.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force

References:

Mexico: Official Mexican Norms (NOM) for solar heaters

NOM for solar heaters, with the goal of setting up criteria for the use of solar energy in new establishments and remodeling in Mexico City, that require hot water for productive uses. This NOM establishes that at least 30% of the annual energy consumption needs to come from solar heating systems.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force

References:

Mexico: Official Mexican Norms (NOM) for solar heaters

NOM for solar heaters, with the goal of setting up criteria for the use of solar energy in new establishments and remodeling in Mexico City, that require hot water for productive uses. This NOM establishes that at least 30% of the annual energy consumption needs to come from solar heating systems.


Date Implemented: 2002

Status: In Force

References:

Mexico: NADF-008-AMBT-2005

Mexico: NADF-008-AMBT-2005

Mexico: NADF-008-AMBT-2005

Mexico: NADF-008-AMBT-2005

Mexico: NADF-008-AMBT-2005

Mexico: NADF-008-AMBT-2005

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Mexico: Sectorial Program of Energy 2001-2006 (PSE)

Indonesia: Electricity Bill (Law no. 20/2002)

Indonesia: Electricity Bill (Law no. 20/2002)

Indonesia: Electricity Bill (Law no. 20/2002)

Indonesia: Electricity Bill (Law no. 20/2002)

Indonesia: Electricity Bill (Law no. 20/2002)

Indonesia: Electricity Bill (Law no. 20/2002)

Indonesia: Electricity Bill (Law no. 20/2002)

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

Indonesia: Blue Sky Program (Program Langit Biru) Decree No. 1585/k/32/MPE

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: Area traffic control system (ATCS)

Indonesia: Area traffic control system (ATCS)

Indonesia: Area traffic control system (ATCS)

Indonesia: Area traffic control system (ATCS)

Indonesia: Area traffic control system (ATCS)

Indonesia: Area traffic control system (ATCS)

Indonesia: Smog Check

A mandatory regulation requiring all vehicles to pass an emission or smog check before paying the annual taxes. 


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Funding Information: The government will elect a set of privately owned repair shops as certifying agencies for these smog tests.

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Indonesia: Smog Check

A mandatory regulation requiring all vehicles to pass an emission or smog check before paying the annual taxes. 


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Funding Information: The government will elect a set of privately owned repair shops as certifying agencies for these smog tests.

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Indonesia: Smog Check

A mandatory regulation requiring all vehicles to pass an emission or smog check before paying the annual taxes. 


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Funding Information: The government will elect a set of privately owned repair shops as certifying agencies for these smog tests.

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Indonesia: Smog Check

A mandatory regulation requiring all vehicles to pass an emission or smog check before paying the annual taxes. 


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Funding Information: The government will elect a set of privately owned repair shops as certifying agencies for these smog tests.

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Indonesia: Smog Check

A mandatory regulation requiring all vehicles to pass an emission or smog check before paying the annual taxes. 


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Funding Information: The government will elect a set of privately owned repair shops as certifying agencies for these smog tests.

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Indonesia: Smog Check

A mandatory regulation requiring all vehicles to pass an emission or smog check before paying the annual taxes. 


Date Implemented: 1993

Status: In Force; Mandatory

Funding Information: The government will elect a set of privately owned repair shops as certifying agencies for these smog tests.

References: National Communication to the UNFCCC

Indonesia: Forest Policy

Restriction of tree harvesting and forest conversion in upland areas, stepping up enforcement of laws concerning logging concessions and other upland land use, increasing monitoring activities, establishing fuelwood plantations, improving soil conservation techniques, and upgrading water management structures to control water flows and prevent soil erosion.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Forest Policy

Restriction of tree harvesting and forest conversion in upland areas, stepping up enforcement of laws concerning logging concessions and other upland land use, increasing monitoring activities, establishing fuelwood plantations, improving soil conservation techniques, and upgrading water management structures to control water flows and prevent soil erosion.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Forest Policy

Restriction of tree harvesting and forest conversion in upland areas, stepping up enforcement of laws concerning logging concessions and other upland land use, increasing monitoring activities, establishing fuelwood plantations, improving soil conservation techniques, and upgrading water management structures to control water flows and prevent soil erosion.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Forest Policy

Restriction of tree harvesting and forest conversion in upland areas, stepping up enforcement of laws concerning logging concessions and other upland land use, increasing monitoring activities, establishing fuelwood plantations, improving soil conservation techniques, and upgrading water management structures to control water flows and prevent soil erosion.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: Forest Policy

Restriction of tree harvesting and forest conversion in upland areas, stepping up enforcement of laws concerning logging concessions and other upland land use, increasing monitoring activities, establishing fuelwood plantations, improving soil conservation techniques, and upgrading water management structures to control water flows and prevent soil erosion.


Status: In Force; Mandatory

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

Indonesia: National Energy Conservation Plan/ Rencana Induk Konservasi Energi Nasional (RIKEN)- Decree No. 100.K

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: Law no. 27/2003

The government aims to control the utilization of geothermal energy for sustainable development and increased revenue. There are implementation problems related to this policy, especially with regards to the decentralization and regional autonomy issues regarding the distribution of taxation between the central and local governments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force

Indonesia: Law no. 27/2003

The government aims to control the utilization of geothermal energy for sustainable development and increased revenue. There are implementation problems related to this policy, especially with regards to the decentralization and regional autonomy issues regarding the distribution of taxation between the central and local governments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force

Indonesia: Law no. 27/2003

The government aims to control the utilization of geothermal energy for sustainable development and increased revenue. There are implementation problems related to this policy, especially with regards to the decentralization and regional autonomy issues regarding the distribution of taxation between the central and local governments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force

Indonesia: Law no. 27/2003

The government aims to control the utilization of geothermal energy for sustainable development and increased revenue. There are implementation problems related to this policy, especially with regards to the decentralization and regional autonomy issues regarding the distribution of taxation between the central and local governments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force

Indonesia: Law no. 27/2003

The government aims to control the utilization of geothermal energy for sustainable development and increased revenue. There are implementation problems related to this policy, especially with regards to the decentralization and regional autonomy issues regarding the distribution of taxation between the central and local governments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force

Indonesia: Law no. 27/2003

The government aims to control the utilization of geothermal energy for sustainable development and increased revenue. There are implementation problems related to this policy, especially with regards to the decentralization and regional autonomy issues regarding the distribution of taxation between the central and local governments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force

Indonesia: Law no. 27/2003

The government aims to control the utilization of geothermal energy for sustainable development and increased revenue. There are implementation problems related to this policy, especially with regards to the decentralization and regional autonomy issues regarding the distribution of taxation between the central and local governments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force

Indonesia: Law no. 27/2003

The government aims to control the utilization of geothermal energy for sustainable development and increased revenue. There are implementation problems related to this policy, especially with regards to the decentralization and regional autonomy issues regarding the distribution of taxation between the central and local governments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force

Indonesia: Renewable Energy Development and Energy Conservation Policy (Green Energy Policy)

The Green Energy Policy includes the roadmap and guidelines for the development of renewable energy technologies for Indonesia, including the need for the related regulatory instruments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Renewable Energy Development and Energy Conservation Policy (Green Energy Policy)

The Green Energy Policy includes the roadmap and guidelines for the development of renewable energy technologies for Indonesia, including the need for the related regulatory instruments.


Date Implemented: 2003

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 26/2006 (amendment of Government Regulation No. 3/ 2005)

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 26/2006 (amendment of Government Regulation No. 3/ 2005)

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 26/2006 (amendment of Government Regulation No. 3/ 2005)

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 26/2006 (amendment of Government Regulation No. 3/ 2005)

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 26/2006 (amendment of Government Regulation No. 3/ 2005)

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No.1/2006 on Supply and Utilization of Biofuels as Alternative Energy (January, 2006)

Accelerating bio-fuel utilization for fossil fuel substitution, prioritazing the utilization of bio-fuel for industries


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Voluntary

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

 

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No.1/2006 on Supply and Utilization of Biofuels as Alternative Energy (January, 2006)

Accelerating bio-fuel utilization for fossil fuel substitution, prioritazing the utilization of bio-fuel for industries


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Voluntary

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

 

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No.1/2006 on Supply and Utilization of Biofuels as Alternative Energy (January, 2006)

Accelerating bio-fuel utilization for fossil fuel substitution, prioritazing the utilization of bio-fuel for industries


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Voluntary

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

 

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No.1/2006 on Supply and Utilization of Biofuels as Alternative Energy (January, 2006)

Accelerating bio-fuel utilization for fossil fuel substitution, prioritazing the utilization of bio-fuel for industries


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Voluntary

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

 

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No.1/2006 on Supply and Utilization of Biofuels as Alternative Energy (January, 2006)

Accelerating bio-fuel utilization for fossil fuel substitution, prioritazing the utilization of bio-fuel for industries


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Voluntary

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

 

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No.1/2006 on Supply and Utilization of Biofuels as Alternative Energy (January, 2006)

Accelerating bio-fuel utilization for fossil fuel substitution, prioritazing the utilization of bio-fuel for industries


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Voluntary

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

 

Indonesia: Presidential Instruction No.1/2006 on Supply and Utilization of Biofuels as Alternative Energy (January, 2006)

Accelerating bio-fuel utilization for fossil fuel substitution, prioritazing the utilization of bio-fuel for industries


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Voluntary

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

 

Indonesia: Green Energy plan 2010-2025

This has been set as national commitment for sustainable energy supply and utilization.


Status: Framework Policy

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

Indonesia: Green Energy plan 2010-2025

This has been set as national commitment for sustainable energy supply and utilization.


Status: Framework Policy

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

Indonesia: Green Energy plan 2010-2025

This has been set as national commitment for sustainable energy supply and utilization.


Status: Framework Policy

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

Indonesia: Green Energy plan 2010-2025

This has been set as national commitment for sustainable energy supply and utilization.


Status: Framework Policy

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

Indonesia: Green Energy plan 2010-2025

This has been set as national commitment for sustainable energy supply and utilization.


Status: Framework Policy

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

Indonesia: Green Energy plan 2010-2025

This has been set as national commitment for sustainable energy supply and utilization.


Status: Framework Policy

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

Indonesia: Green Energy plan 2010-2025

This has been set as national commitment for sustainable energy supply and utilization.


Status: Framework Policy

References: http://unit.aist.go.jp/internat/biomassws/03workshop/material/day1indone...

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Presidential Regulation No.5/2006 on National Energy Policy (January, 2006)

Promoting utilization of renewable source of energy: biofuels, solar energy, wind energy, ocean wave and current energy, geothermal etc. Promoting energy efficiency and conservation and optimalization on energy production.Reduction of subsidy on fuel price. Reduction of energy elasticity.


Date Implemented: 2006

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 03/2005, Regulation on Electricity Supply and Utilization

Regulate the supply and utilization of electricity; priority is to be given to the use of local sources of energy with the mandatory prioritizing of renewable sources of energy for power generation without bidding process. It is not clear how this prioritazing will be effected.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 03/2005, Regulation on Electricity Supply and Utilization

Regulate the supply and utilization of electricity; priority is to be given to the use of local sources of energy with the mandatory prioritizing of renewable sources of energy for power generation without bidding process. It is not clear how this prioritazing will be effected.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 03/2005, Regulation on Electricity Supply and Utilization

Regulate the supply and utilization of electricity; priority is to be given to the use of local sources of energy with the mandatory prioritizing of renewable sources of energy for power generation without bidding process. It is not clear how this prioritazing will be effected.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 03/2005, Regulation on Electricity Supply and Utilization

Regulate the supply and utilization of electricity; priority is to be given to the use of local sources of energy with the mandatory prioritizing of renewable sources of energy for power generation without bidding process. It is not clear how this prioritazing will be effected.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: Government Regulation No. 03/2005, Regulation on Electricity Supply and Utilization

Regulate the supply and utilization of electricity; priority is to be given to the use of local sources of energy with the mandatory prioritizing of renewable sources of energy for power generation without bidding process. It is not clear how this prioritazing will be effected.


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Indonesia: draft ‘Blueprint for National Energy Management 2005-2025’

The Plan emphasizes on the utilization of energy in efficient, equitable and sustainable way and widening public accessibility for energy sufficiency with reasonable price.The Plan targeted that RE contribute 4% of the country’s electricity demand by 2025. As a criticism of Plan the Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI) promoted the Jakarta seminar whose conclusions were pushing for the Blueprint to be redrafted with the aim of achieving around 20% of RE by 2025.

Indonesia: draft ‘Blueprint for National Energy Management 2005-2025’

The Plan emphasizes on the utilization of energy in efficient, equitable and sustainable way and widening public accessibility for energy sufficiency with reasonable price.The Plan targeted that RE contribute 4% of the country’s electricity demand by 2025. As a criticism of Plan the Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI) promoted the Jakarta seminar whose conclusions were pushing for the Blueprint to be redrafted with the aim of achieving around 20% of RE by 2025.

Indonesia: draft ‘Blueprint for National Energy Management 2005-2025’

The Plan emphasizes on the utilization of energy in efficient, equitable and sustainable way and widening public accessibility for energy sufficiency with reasonable price.The Plan targeted that RE contribute 4% of the country’s electricity demand by 2025. As a criticism of Plan the Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI) promoted the Jakarta seminar whose conclusions were pushing for the Blueprint to be redrafted with the aim of achieving around 20% of RE by 2025.

Indonesia: draft ‘Blueprint for National Energy Management 2005-2025’

The Plan emphasizes on the utilization of energy in efficient, equitable and sustainable way and widening public accessibility for energy sufficiency with reasonable price.The Plan targeted that RE contribute 4% of the country’s electricity demand by 2025. As a criticism of Plan the Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI) promoted the Jakarta seminar whose conclusions were pushing for the Blueprint to be redrafted with the aim of achieving around 20% of RE by 2025.

Indonesia: draft ‘Blueprint for National Energy Management 2005-2025’

The Plan emphasizes on the utilization of energy in efficient, equitable and sustainable way and widening public accessibility for energy sufficiency with reasonable price.The Plan targeted that RE contribute 4% of the country’s electricity demand by 2025. As a criticism of Plan the Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI) promoted the Jakarta seminar whose conclusions were pushing for the Blueprint to be redrafted with the aim of achieving around 20% of RE by 2025.

Indonesia: draft ‘Blueprint for National Energy Management 2005-2025’

The Plan emphasizes on the utilization of energy in efficient, equitable and sustainable way and widening public accessibility for energy sufficiency with reasonable price.The Plan targeted that RE contribute 4% of the country’s electricity demand by 2025. As a criticism of Plan the Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI) promoted the Jakarta seminar whose conclusions were pushing for the Blueprint to be redrafted with the aim of achieving around 20% of RE by 2025.

Indonesia: draft ‘Blueprint for National Energy Management 2005-2025’

The Plan emphasizes on the utilization of energy in efficient, equitable and sustainable way and widening public accessibility for energy sufficiency with reasonable price.The Plan targeted that RE contribute 4% of the country’s electricity demand by 2025. As a criticism of Plan the Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI) promoted the Jakarta seminar whose conclusions were pushing for the Blueprint to be redrafted with the aim of achieving around 20% of RE by 2025.

Indonesia: draft ‘Blueprint for National Energy Management 2005-2025’

The Plan emphasizes on the utilization of energy in efficient, equitable and sustainable way and widening public accessibility for energy sufficiency with reasonable price.The Plan targeted that RE contribute 4% of the country’s electricity demand by 2025. As a criticism of Plan the Indonesian Forum for Environment (WALHI) promoted the Jakarta seminar whose conclusions were pushing for the Blueprint to be redrafted with the aim of achieving around 20% of RE by 2025.

South Africa: National Land Transport Transition Act

This Act describes the measures required to transform and restructure the land transport system. Priority to public transport services over private by ensuring adequate public transport services and applying demand-management strategies to discourage private transport.  It also advocates conducting public awareness programs to foster energy awareness in the users of land transport systems.


Date Implemented: 2000

South Africa: National Land Transport Transition Act

This Act describes the measures required to transform and restructure the land transport system. Priority to public transport services over private by ensuring adequate public transport services and applying demand-management strategies to discourage private transport.  It also advocates conducting public awareness programs to foster energy awareness in the users of land transport systems.


Date Implemented: 2000

South Africa: National Land Transport Transition Act

This Act describes the measures required to transform and restructure the land transport system. Priority to public transport services over private by ensuring adequate public transport services and applying demand-management strategies to discourage private transport.  It also advocates conducting public awareness programs to foster energy awareness in the users of land transport systems.


Date Implemented: 2000

South Africa: National Land Transport Transition Act

This Act describes the measures required to transform and restructure the land transport system. Priority to public transport services over private by ensuring adequate public transport services and applying demand-management strategies to discourage private transport.  It also advocates conducting public awareness programs to foster energy awareness in the users of land transport systems.


Date Implemented: 2000

South Africa: National Land Transport Transition Act

This Act describes the measures required to transform and restructure the land transport system. Priority to public transport services over private by ensuring adequate public transport services and applying demand-management strategies to discourage private transport.  It also advocates conducting public awareness programs to foster energy awareness in the users of land transport systems.


Date Implemented: 2000

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: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Energy Policy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: White Paper on Renewable Energy

South Africa: LandCare

LandCare is an initiative to promote sustainable land management by supporting activities which encourage individuals and communities to adopt ethical agricultural practices. There are five major elements: a major works programs for resource conservation; capacity building; awareness programs; policy and legislation; research and evaluation.


Status: In Force; Voluntary

South Africa: LandCare

LandCare is an initiative to promote sustainable land management by supporting activities which encourage individuals and communities to adopt ethical agricultural practices. There are five major elements: a major works programs for resource conservation; capacity building; awareness programs; policy and legislation; research and evaluation.


Status: In Force; Voluntary

South Africa: LandCare

LandCare is an initiative to promote sustainable land management by supporting activities which encourage individuals and communities to adopt ethical agricultural practices. There are five major elements: a major works programs for resource conservation; capacity building; awareness programs; policy and legislation; research and evaluation.


Status: In Force; Voluntary

South Africa: LandCare

LandCare is an initiative to promote sustainable land management by supporting activities which encourage individuals and communities to adopt ethical agricultural practices. There are five major elements: a major works programs for resource conservation; capacity building; awareness programs; policy and legislation; research and evaluation.


Status: In Force; Voluntary

South Africa: National Forest Act

This act recognizes that everyone in South Africa has a constitutional right to have the environment protected for the benefit of present and future generations and acknowledges that natural forests and woodlands need to be conserved and developed according to the principles of sustainable management. The Act legislates the sustainable use of forests for environmental, economic, educational, health, recreational, cultural and spiritual purposes, and includes special measures for the protection of certain forests and trees.

South Africa: National Forest Act

This act recognizes that everyone in South Africa has a constitutional right to have the environment protected for the benefit of present and future generations and acknowledges that natural forests and woodlands need to be conserved and developed according to the principles of sustainable management. The Act legislates the sustainable use of forests for environmental, economic, educational, health, recreational, cultural and spiritual purposes, and includes special measures for the protection of certain forests and trees.

South Africa: National Forest Act

This act recognizes that everyone in South Africa has a constitutional right to have the environment protected for the benefit of present and future generations and acknowledges that natural forests and woodlands need to be conserved and developed according to the principles of sustainable management. The Act legislates the sustainable use of forests for environmental, economic, educational, health, recreational, cultural and spiritual purposes, and includes special measures for the protection of certain forests and trees.

South Africa: National Forest Act

This act recognizes that everyone in South Africa has a constitutional right to have the environment protected for the benefit of present and future generations and acknowledges that natural forests and woodlands need to be conserved and developed according to the principles of sustainable management. The Act legislates the sustainable use of forests for environmental, economic, educational, health, recreational, cultural and spiritual purposes, and includes special measures for the protection of certain forests and trees.

South Africa: National Forest Act

This act recognizes that everyone in South Africa has a constitutional right to have the environment protected for the benefit of present and future generations and acknowledges that natural forests and woodlands need to be conserved and developed according to the principles of sustainable management. The Act legislates the sustainable use of forests for environmental, economic, educational, health, recreational, cultural and spiritual purposes, and includes special measures for the protection of certain forests and trees.

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: SAEDES (The South Africa Energy and Demand Efficiency Standard)

SAEDES aims to improve energy efficiency in new and retrofitted commercial buildings while maintaining cost-efficiency.  It promotes good design, innovation and the use of renewables.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://unfccc.int/files/meetings/seminar/application/pdf/sem_sup2_south_...

 

South Africa: SAEDES (The South Africa Energy and Demand Efficiency Standard)

SAEDES aims to improve energy efficiency in new and retrofitted commercial buildings while maintaining cost-efficiency.  It promotes good design, innovation and the use of renewables.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://unfccc.int/files/meetings/seminar/application/pdf/sem_sup2_south_...

 

South Africa: SAEDES (The South Africa Energy and Demand Efficiency Standard)

SAEDES aims to improve energy efficiency in new and retrofitted commercial buildings while maintaining cost-efficiency.  It promotes good design, innovation and the use of renewables.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://unfccc.int/files/meetings/seminar/application/pdf/sem_sup2_south_...

 

South Africa: SAEDES (The South Africa Energy and Demand Efficiency Standard)

SAEDES aims to improve energy efficiency in new and retrofitted commercial buildings while maintaining cost-efficiency.  It promotes good design, innovation and the use of renewables.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://unfccc.int/files/meetings/seminar/application/pdf/sem_sup2_south_...

 

South Africa: SAEDES (The South Africa Energy and Demand Efficiency Standard)

SAEDES aims to improve energy efficiency in new and retrofitted commercial buildings while maintaining cost-efficiency.  It promotes good design, innovation and the use of renewables.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://unfccc.int/files/meetings/seminar/application/pdf/sem_sup2_south_...

 

South Africa: SAEDES (The South Africa Energy and Demand Efficiency Standard)

SAEDES aims to improve energy efficiency in new and retrofitted commercial buildings while maintaining cost-efficiency.  It promotes good design, innovation and the use of renewables.


Status: Mandatory

References: http://unfccc.int/files/meetings/seminar/application/pdf/sem_sup2_south_...

 

South Africa: Electricity Pricing Policy

This legislation seeks to liberalize the electricity sector in South Africa.  Contending that electricity supply should be available to everyone at affordable prices, the government aims to create a regulatory framework from which everyone can benefit. Energy pricing will be transparent and cost-reflective.  In order to promote an energy efficient and environmentally friendly electricity industry, the NER will develop incentive-based tariff structures and other instruments.

South Africa: Electricity Pricing Policy

This legislation seeks to liberalize the electricity sector in South Africa.  Contending that electricity supply should be available to everyone at affordable prices, the government aims to create a regulatory framework from which everyone can benefit. Energy pricing will be transparent and cost-reflective.  In order to promote an energy efficient and environmentally friendly electricity industry, the NER will develop incentive-based tariff structures and other instruments.

South Africa: Electricity Pricing Policy

This legislation seeks to liberalize the electricity sector in South Africa.  Contending that electricity supply should be available to everyone at affordable prices, the government aims to create a regulatory framework from which everyone can benefit. Energy pricing will be transparent and cost-reflective.  In order to promote an energy efficient and environmentally friendly electricity industry, the NER will develop incentive-based tariff structures and other instruments.

South Africa: Electricity Pricing Policy

This legislation seeks to liberalize the electricity sector in South Africa.  Contending that electricity supply should be available to everyone at affordable prices, the government aims to create a regulatory framework from which everyone can benefit. Energy pricing will be transparent and cost-reflective.  In order to promote an energy efficient and environmentally friendly electricity industry, the NER will develop incentive-based tariff structures and other instruments.

South Africa: Electricity Pricing Policy

This legislation seeks to liberalize the electricity sector in South Africa.  Contending that electricity supply should be available to everyone at affordable prices, the government aims to create a regulatory framework from which everyone can benefit. Energy pricing will be transparent and cost-reflective.  In order to promote an energy efficient and environmentally friendly electricity industry, the NER will develop incentive-based tariff structures and other instruments.

South Africa: Electricity Pricing Policy

This legislation seeks to liberalize the electricity sector in South Africa.  Contending that electricity supply should be available to everyone at affordable prices, the government aims to create a regulatory framework from which everyone can benefit. Energy pricing will be transparent and cost-reflective.  In order to promote an energy efficient and environmentally friendly electricity industry, the NER will develop incentive-based tariff structures and other instruments.

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: Regulations regarding Fuel Specifications and Standards

South Africa: Regulations regarding Fuel Specifications and Standards

South Africa: Regulations regarding Fuel Specifications and Standards

South Africa: Regulations regarding Fuel Specifications and Standards

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.

South Africa: State Utility Offers Energy Audits to Reduce Peak Load

South Africa: State Utility Offers Energy Audits to Reduce Peak Load

South Africa: State Utility Offers Energy Audits to Reduce Peak Load

South Africa: State Utility Offers Energy Audits to Reduce Peak Load

South Africa: State Utility Offers Energy Audits to Reduce Peak Load

South Africa: State Utility Offers Energy Audits to Reduce Peak Load

South Africa: State Utility Offers Energy Audits to Reduce Peak Load

South Africa: State Utility Offers Energy Audits to Reduce Peak Load

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: International Action Programme (IAP) Cape Town

To introduce a stated target of renewable energy sources in the energy mix of Cape Town, thereby moving towards a greater mix of cleaner and more efficient energy forms. The City hopes to finalise these targets within its Integrated Development Plan (IDP), which is the legislative long-term planning document, as well as to finalise these targets in the Cape Town Energy Strategy.


Status: Voluntary

South Africa: IAP (International Action Programme): Regulatory Framework for Renewable Energy

To ensure the integrity and fundamentals of renewable energy market development by facilitating market access, fair return on investment, quality of supply, concessions / subsidies and their compliance, technical and customer standards, monitoring and evaluation, dispute management, etc. Obligation, Renewable Energy Certificates and partnerships with banking institutions and other agencies to attract private financing for renewable energy development.

South Africa: IAP (International Action Programme): Regulatory Framework for Renewable Energy

To ensure the integrity and fundamentals of renewable energy market development by facilitating market access, fair return on investment, quality of supply, concessions / subsidies and their compliance, technical and customer standards, monitoring and evaluation, dispute management, etc. Obligation, Renewable Energy Certificates and partnerships with banking institutions and other agencies to attract private financing for renewable energy development.

South Africa: IAP (International Action Programme): Regulatory Framework for Renewable Energy

To ensure the integrity and fundamentals of renewable energy market development by facilitating market access, fair return on investment, quality of supply, concessions / subsidies and their compliance, technical and customer standards, monitoring and evaluation, dispute management, etc. Obligation, Renewable Energy Certificates and partnerships with banking institutions and other agencies to attract private financing for renewable energy development.

South Africa: IAP (International Action Programme): Regulatory Framework for Renewable Energy

To ensure the integrity and fundamentals of renewable energy market development by facilitating market access, fair return on investment, quality of supply, concessions / subsidies and their compliance, technical and customer standards, monitoring and evaluation, dispute management, etc. Obligation, Renewable Energy Certificates and partnerships with banking institutions and other agencies to attract private financing for renewable energy development.

South Africa: IAP (International Action Programme): Regulatory Framework for Renewable Energy

To ensure the integrity and fundamentals of renewable energy market development by facilitating market access, fair return on investment, quality of supply, concessions / subsidies and their compliance, technical and customer standards, monitoring and evaluation, dispute management, etc. Obligation, Renewable Energy Certificates and partnerships with banking institutions and other agencies to attract private financing for renewable energy development.

South Africa: Energy efficiency strategy for industry

Energy savings of 14% by 2014 for industry. Specific measures include variable speed drives; efficient motors; compressed air management; efficient lighting; heating, ventilation and cooling; and thermal savings (more efficient use and production of heat).


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Funding Information:

South Africa: Energy efficiency strategy for industry

Energy savings of 14% by 2014 for industry. Specific measures include variable speed drives; efficient motors; compressed air management; efficient lighting; heating, ventilation and cooling; and thermal savings (more efficient use and production of heat).


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Funding Information:

South Africa: Energy efficiency strategy for industry

Energy savings of 14% by 2014 for industry. Specific measures include variable speed drives; efficient motors; compressed air management; efficient lighting; heating, ventilation and cooling; and thermal savings (more efficient use and production of heat).


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Funding Information:

South Africa: Energy efficiency strategy for industry

Energy savings of 14% by 2014 for industry. Specific measures include variable speed drives; efficient motors; compressed air management; efficient lighting; heating, ventilation and cooling; and thermal savings (more efficient use and production of heat).


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Funding Information:

South Africa: Energy efficiency strategy for industry

Energy savings of 14% by 2014 for industry. Specific measures include variable speed drives; efficient motors; compressed air management; efficient lighting; heating, ventilation and cooling; and thermal savings (more efficient use and production of heat).


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Funding Information:

South Africa: Energy efficiency strategy for industry

Energy savings of 14% by 2014 for industry. Specific measures include variable speed drives; efficient motors; compressed air management; efficient lighting; heating, ventilation and cooling; and thermal savings (more efficient use and production of heat).


Date Implemented: 2005

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Funding Information:

Iran: Third 5-Year Development Plan (esp Article 104:D and 134)

Iran: Third 5-Year Development Plan (esp Article 104:D and 134)

Iran: Third 5-Year Development Plan (esp Article 104:D and 134)

Iran: Third 5-Year Development Plan (esp Article 104:D and 134)

Iran: Third 5-Year Development Plan (esp Article 104:D and 134)

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

Iran: Air Pollution Abatement Programme

Tehran Municipality will convert 1,500 diesel-fuelled buses to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). A mandatory emission inspection and control program was set up for motor vehicles permitted to enter the city’s Restricted Traffic Zone (RTZ). Lanes were specifically designated for buses. As a result, urban bus services, including ridership have increased in the last three years by thirty-five percent and average trip time has decreased. A Park and Ride facility with a capacity of 200 cars has also increased bus ridership.

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: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Iran: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Iran: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Iran: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Iran: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Iran: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Iran: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Iran: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Iran: International Action Programme (IAP), Developing National Renewable Energy Masterplan

Development of renewable energy utilisation and related technology improvements. This master plan will be coordinated with other national development programmes, such as Five-Year-Development-Plans.


Date Implemented: 2004-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

Argentina: Conservation and Efficiency

The country has a relatively strong energy conservation and efficiency program focusing on cogeneration of heat and power, energy appliance labeling, and efficient lighting.


References: http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-in-depth/all_reports/argentina/...

Argentina: Conservation and Efficiency

The country has a relatively strong energy conservation and efficiency program focusing on cogeneration of heat and power, energy appliance labeling, and efficient lighting.


References: http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-in-depth/all_reports/argentina/...

Argentina: Conservation and Efficiency

The country has a relatively strong energy conservation and efficiency program focusing on cogeneration of heat and power, energy appliance labeling, and efficient lighting.


References: http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-in-depth/all_reports/argentina/...

Argentina: Conservation and Efficiency

The country has a relatively strong energy conservation and efficiency program focusing on cogeneration of heat and power, energy appliance labeling, and efficient lighting.


References: http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-in-depth/all_reports/argentina/...

Argentina: Conservation and Efficiency

The country has a relatively strong energy conservation and efficiency program focusing on cogeneration of heat and power, energy appliance labeling, and efficient lighting.


References: http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-in-depth/all_reports/argentina/...

Argentina: Conservation and Efficiency

The country has a relatively strong energy conservation and efficiency program focusing on cogeneration of heat and power, energy appliance labeling, and efficient lighting.


References: http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-in-depth/all_reports/argentina/...

Argentina: Conservation and Efficiency

The country has a relatively strong energy conservation and efficiency program focusing on cogeneration of heat and power, energy appliance labeling, and efficient lighting.


References: http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-in-depth/all_reports/argentina/...

Argentina: Conservation and Efficiency

The country has a relatively strong energy conservation and efficiency program focusing on cogeneration of heat and power, energy appliance labeling, and efficient lighting.


References: http://www.pewclimate.org/global-warming-in-depth/all_reports/argentina/...

Argentina: Resolución 1237/02 Apruébanse los procedimientos de ensayo y límites máximos para los distintos contaminantes, en relación con la aprobación de emisiones gaseosas y sus extensiones, para motores del ciclo Otto, alimentados a GNC que equipen vehículos pesados.

The government set emissions limits  for CNG fed motors for heavy vehicles  in accordance with European Standards.  It also set up the procedural framework for testing and certification.


Date Implemented: 2002

Argentina: Resolución 1237/02 Apruébanse los procedimientos de ensayo y límites máximos para los distintos contaminantes, en relación con la aprobación de emisiones gaseosas y sus extensiones, para motores del ciclo Otto, alimentados a GNC que equipen vehículos pesados.

The government set emissions limits  for CNG fed motors for heavy vehicles  in accordance with European Standards.  It also set up the procedural framework for testing and certification.


Date Implemented: 2002

Argentina: Resolución 1237/02 Apruébanse los procedimientos de ensayo y límites máximos para los distintos contaminantes, en relación con la aprobación de emisiones gaseosas y sus extensiones, para motores del ciclo Otto, alimentados a GNC que equipen vehículos pesados.

The government set emissions limits  for CNG fed motors for heavy vehicles  in accordance with European Standards.  It also set up the procedural framework for testing and certification.


Date Implemented: 2002

Argentina: Resolución 1237/02 Apruébanse los procedimientos de ensayo y límites máximos para los distintos contaminantes, en relación con la aprobación de emisiones gaseosas y sus extensiones, para motores del ciclo Otto, alimentados a GNC que equipen vehículos pesados.

The government set emissions limits  for CNG fed motors for heavy vehicles  in accordance with European Standards.  It also set up the procedural framework for testing and certification.


Date Implemented: 2002

Argentina: Resolución 1237/02 Apruébanse los procedimientos de ensayo y límites máximos para los distintos contaminantes, en relación con la aprobación de emisiones gaseosas y sus extensiones, para motores del ciclo Otto, alimentados a GNC que equipen vehículos pesados.

The government set emissions limits  for CNG fed motors for heavy vehicles  in accordance with European Standards.  It also set up the procedural framework for testing and certification.


Date Implemented: 2002

Argentina: Ley Nacional 25.675 Ley General del Ambiente

Argentina: Ley Nacional 25.675 Ley General del Ambiente

Argentina: Ley Nacional 25.675 Ley General del Ambiente

Argentina: Ley Nacional 25.675 Ley General del Ambiente

Argentina: Ley Nacional 25.675 Ley General del Ambiente

Argentina: Ley Nacional 25.675 Ley General del Ambiente

Argentina: International Action Programme (IAP), Promotion of Renewable Energies in Argentina with the Aim of Achieving 8% of Power Consumption from Renewable Energies

Argentina: International Action Programme (IAP), Promotion of Renewable Energies in Argentina with the Aim of Achieving 8% of Power Consumption from Renewable Energies

Argentina: International Action Programme (IAP), Promotion of Renewable Energies in Argentina with the Aim of Achieving 8% of Power Consumption from Renewable Energies

Argentina: International Action Programme (IAP), Promotion of Renewable Energies in Argentina with the Aim of Achieving 8% of Power Consumption from Renewable Energies

Argentina: International Action Programme (IAP), Promotion of Renewable Energies in Argentina with the Aim of Achieving 8% of Power Consumption from Renewable Energies

Argentina: International Action Programme (IAP), Promotion of Renewable Energies in Argentina with the Aim of Achieving 8% of Power Consumption from Renewable Energies

Argentina: International Action Programme (IAP), Promotion of Renewable Energies in Argentina with the Aim of Achieving 8% of Power Consumption from Renewable Energies

Argentina: Energy Efficiency Project

The Project’s main activities are:
To promote EE investments and practices by end-users by supporting further market penetration of energy efficient equipment and services, including ESCOs;
To facilitate EE and demand-side management (DSM) investments by electric power distribution companies;
To provide technical assistance for Project promotion, monitoring and management. Implementing Agency: World Bank


Date Implemented: 2006-2012

Argentina: Energy Efficiency Project

The Project’s main activities are:
To promote EE investments and practices by end-users by supporting further market penetration of energy efficient equipment and services, including ESCOs;
To facilitate EE and demand-side management (DSM) investments by electric power distribution companies;
To provide technical assistance for Project promotion, monitoring and management. Implementing Agency: World Bank


Date Implemented: 2006-2012

Argentina: Energy Efficiency Project

The Project’s main activities are:
To promote EE investments and practices by end-users by supporting further market penetration of energy efficient equipment and services, including ESCOs;
To facilitate EE and demand-side management (DSM) investments by electric power distribution companies;
To provide technical assistance for Project promotion, monitoring and management. Implementing Agency: World Bank


Date Implemented: 2006-2012

Argentina: Energy Efficiency Project

The Project’s main activities are:
To promote EE investments and practices by end-users by supporting further market penetration of energy efficient equipment and services, including ESCOs;
To facilitate EE and demand-side management (DSM) investments by electric power distribution companies;
To provide technical assistance for Project promotion, monitoring and management. Implementing Agency: World Bank


Date Implemented: 2006-2012

Argentina: Energy Efficiency Project

The Project’s main activities are:
To promote EE investments and practices by end-users by supporting further market penetration of energy efficient equipment and services, including ESCOs;
To facilitate EE and demand-side management (DSM) investments by electric power distribution companies;
To provide technical assistance for Project promotion, monitoring and management. Implementing Agency: World Bank


Date Implemented: 2006-2012

Argentina: Energy Efficiency Project

The Project’s main activities are:
To promote EE investments and practices by end-users by supporting further market penetration of energy efficient equipment and services, including ESCOs;
To facilitate EE and demand-side management (DSM) investments by electric power distribution companies;
To provide technical assistance for Project promotion, monitoring and management. Implementing Agency: World Bank


Date Implemented: 2006-2012

Argentina: Energy Efficiency Project

The Project’s main activities are:
To promote EE investments and practices by end-users by supporting further market penetration of energy efficient equipment and services, including ESCOs;
To facilitate EE and demand-side management (DSM) investments by electric power distribution companies;
To provide technical assistance for Project promotion, monitoring and management. Implementing Agency: World Bank


Date Implemented: 2006-2012

Argentina: Energy Efficiency Project

The Project’s main activities are:
To promote EE investments and practices by end-users by supporting further market penetration of energy efficient equipment and services, including ESCOs;
To facilitate EE and demand-side management (DSM) investments by electric power distribution companies;
To provide technical assistance for Project promotion, monitoring and management. Implementing Agency: World Bank


Date Implemented: 2006-2012

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: Environmental Protection Law

Establishes framework for protecting the environment, including setting standards, assessing (and limiting) environmental impact, fines for pollution, and bans on polluting technologies/facilities. 


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Framework Policy, Mandatory

References: Environmental Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China

China: Environmental Protection Law

Establishes framework for protecting the environment, including setting standards, assessing (and limiting) environmental impact, fines for pollution, and bans on polluting technologies/facilities. 


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Framework Policy, Mandatory

References: Environmental Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China

China: Environmental Protection Law

Establishes framework for protecting the environment, including setting standards, assessing (and limiting) environmental impact, fines for pollution, and bans on polluting technologies/facilities. 


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Framework Policy, Mandatory

References: Environmental Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China

China: Environmental Protection Law

Establishes framework for protecting the environment, including setting standards, assessing (and limiting) environmental impact, fines for pollution, and bans on polluting technologies/facilities. 


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Framework Policy, Mandatory

References: Environmental Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China

China: Environmental Protection Law

Establishes framework for protecting the environment, including setting standards, assessing (and limiting) environmental impact, fines for pollution, and bans on polluting technologies/facilities. 


Date Implemented: 1989

Status: In Force; Framework Policy, Mandatory

References: Environmental Protection Law of the People’s Republic of China

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

China: Design Standards

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: Pricing Reforms

The government removed the heavy subsidies that had been keeping energy prices low and providing a disincentive for the development of increased efficiency. A two-tiered (or multiple) price structure was introduced for coal and petroleum prices, allowing for quantities beyond production quotas to be sold at higher prices.   


Date Implemented: 1980s: ‘81 (oil), ‘82/’84 (coal); ‘87 (natural gas), ‘85 (electricity); 1990s for coal, oil

China: Pricing Reforms

The government removed the heavy subsidies that had been keeping energy prices low and providing a disincentive for the development of increased efficiency. A two-tiered (or multiple) price structure was introduced for coal and petroleum prices, allowing for quantities beyond production quotas to be sold at higher prices.   


Date Implemented: 1980s: ‘81 (oil), ‘82/’84 (coal); ‘87 (natural gas), ‘85 (electricity); 1990s for coal, oil

China: Pricing Reforms

The government removed the heavy subsidies that had been keeping energy prices low and providing a disincentive for the development of increased efficiency. A two-tiered (or multiple) price structure was introduced for coal and petroleum prices, allowing for quantities beyond production quotas to be sold at higher prices.   


Date Implemented: 1980s: ‘81 (oil), ‘82/’84 (coal); ‘87 (natural gas), ‘85 (electricity); 1990s for coal, oil

China: Pricing Reforms

The government removed the heavy subsidies that had been keeping energy prices low and providing a disincentive for the development of increased efficiency. A two-tiered (or multiple) price structure was introduced for coal and petroleum prices, allowing for quantities beyond production quotas to be sold at higher prices.   


Date Implemented: 1980s: ‘81 (oil), ‘82/’84 (coal); ‘87 (natural gas), ‘85 (electricity); 1990s for coal, oil

China: Pricing Reforms

The government removed the heavy subsidies that had been keeping energy prices low and providing a disincentive for the development of increased efficiency. A two-tiered (or multiple) price structure was introduced for coal and petroleum prices, allowing for quantities beyond production quotas to be sold at higher prices.   


Date Implemented: 1980s: ‘81 (oil), ‘82/’84 (coal); ‘87 (natural gas), ‘85 (electricity); 1990s for coal, oil

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: Medium and Long Term Energy Conservation Plan

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: 11th Five-Year Plan

The programming period is divided into the Eleventh Five Year Plan period running to 2010 and the period from 2010 to 2020. The energy conservation objectives and the focus of development by 2010 are essentially planned, whereas the objectives stated for 2020 are proposed. In its “alternative oil strategy,” which is part of the Five-Year Plan, Beijing has called for a doubling in renewable energy generation to 15% of the country’s needs by 2020, including major increases in wind power and biomass.

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

China: Medium and Long-Term Energy Development Plan Outline (2004-2020)

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: Top-1000 Enterprises Energy Conservation Action in China

China: Top-1000 Enterprises Energy Conservation Action in China

China: Top-1000 Enterprises Energy Conservation Action in China

China: Conversion of Exhaust Heat and Pressure

China: Conversion of Exhaust Heat and Pressure

China: Conversion of Exhaust Heat and Pressure

China: Conversion of Exhaust Heat and Pressure

China: Conversion of Exhaust Heat and Pressure

China: Conversion of Exhaust Heat and Pressure

China: Efficiency Upgrade for Appliance Production and Public Lighting

China: Efficiency Upgrade for Appliance Production and Public Lighting

China: Efficiency Upgrade for Appliance Production and Public Lighting

China: Efficiency Upgrade for Appliance Production and Public Lighting

China: Efficiency Upgrade for Appliance Production and Public Lighting

China: Efficiency Upgrade for Appliance Production and Public Lighting

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 Conservation in Government

China: Energy Conservation in Government

China: Energy Conservation in Government

China: Energy Conservation in Government

China: Energy Conservation in Government

China: Energy Conservation in Government

China: Energy Conservation in Government

China: Energy Conservation in Government

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: Enhanced Efficiency Monitoring and Auditing: Development of Efficiency Centers

China: Enhanced Efficiency Monitoring and Auditing: Development of Efficiency Centers

China: Enhanced Efficiency Monitoring and Auditing: Development of Efficiency Centers

China: Enhanced Efficiency Monitoring and Auditing: Development of Efficiency Centers

China: Enhanced Efficiency Monitoring and Auditing: Development of Efficiency Centers

China: Enhanced Efficiency Monitoring and Auditing: Development of Efficiency Centers

China: Enhanced Efficiency Monitoring and Auditing: Development of Efficiency Centers

China: Enhanced Efficiency Monitoring and Auditing: Development of Efficiency Centers

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: National Biofuel Policy

Malaysia: National Biofuel Policy

Malaysia: National Biofuel Policy

Malaysia: National Biofuel Policy

Malaysia: National Biofuel Policy

Malaysia: National Biofuel Policy

Malaysia: National Biofuel Policy

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

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Ninth Malaysia Plan 2006-2010)

The Ninth Plan strengthens the initiatives for energy efficiency and renewable energy put forth in the Eighth Malaysia Plan that focused on better utilisation of energy resources. An emphasis to further reduce the dependency on petroleum provides for more efforts to integrate alternative fuels.


Date Implemented: 2006-2010

Status: In Force; Framework Policy

 

Malaysia: Biogen Project, Phase I

Malaysia: Biogen Project, Phase I

Malaysia: Biogen Project, Phase I

Malaysia: Biogen Project, Phase I

Malaysia: Biogen Project, Phase I

Malaysia: Biogen Project, Phase I

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

Malaysia: MBIPV Project

The Malaysia Building Integrated Photovoltaic Technology Application (MBIPV) project promotes increased use of photovoltaic (PV) technology to tap solar energy and generate electricity for buildings. The project is expected to increase Malaysia’s installed BIPV capacity by about 330% (2MWp by 2010), and to lower the technology unit cost by some 20% than at present.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Status: In Force; Voluntary

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

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Development Sector Investment Program

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Development Sector Investment Program

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Development Sector Investment Program

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Development Sector Investment Program

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Development Sector Investment Program

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Development Sector Investment Program

Pakistan: Renewable Energy Development Sector Investment Program

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: The Philippines Energy Plan (PEP)

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

Philippines: International Action Programme (IAP), Doubling the Generating Capacity from Renewable Energy Sources by 2013

To increase renewable energy-based capacity by 100% by 2013, increase efficiency and substantially contribute to the protection of the environment and contribute to the economic growth of the countryside through rural electrification.


Date Implemented: 2003-2013

Status: Voluntary

South Korea: Promotion of logistics standardisation

South Korea: Promotion of logistics standardisation

South Korea: Promotion of logistics standardisation

South Korea: Promotion of logistics standardisation

South Korea: Regulations banning idling of vehicles

Legislation introduced in 2003 gives local authorities the power to ban idling for an extended period in areas such as terminals, garages and parking lots. The ban is supplemented by a promotional campaign.


References: Second National Communication to the UNFCCC (p61)

 

South Korea: Regulations banning idling of vehicles

Legislation introduced in 2003 gives local authorities the power to ban idling for an extended period in areas such as terminals, garages and parking lots. The ban is supplemented by a promotional campaign.


References: Second National Communication to the UNFCCC (p61)

 

South Korea: Regulations banning idling of vehicles

Legislation introduced in 2003 gives local authorities the power to ban idling for an extended period in areas such as terminals, garages and parking lots. The ban is supplemented by a promotional campaign.


References: Second National Communication to the UNFCCC (p61)

 

South Korea: Regulations banning idling of vehicles

Legislation introduced in 2003 gives local authorities the power to ban idling for an extended period in areas such as terminals, garages and parking lots. The ban is supplemented by a promotional campaign.


References: Second National Communication to the UNFCCC (p61)

 

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Eighth Five-Year Plan

In the General Objectives the 5th and the 11th statements plan to diversify the economic base with due emphasis on promising areas such as manufacturing industries, particularly energy, and related derivatives, intensive industries, as well as mining tourism and information technology industries and to protect the environment and develop suitable systems in the context of sustainable development requirement.


Date Implemented: 2005-2010

Saudi Arabia: Integrated Independent Water and Power Projects (IWPP)

Saudi Arabia: Integrated Independent Water and Power Projects (IWPP)

Saudi Arabia: Integrated Independent Water and Power Projects (IWPP)

Saudi Arabia: Integrated Independent Water and Power Projects (IWPP)

Saudi Arabia: Integrated Independent Water and Power Projects (IWPP)

Saudi Arabia: Integrated Independent Water and Power Projects (IWPP)

Singapore: Green Mark Scheme

Singapore: Green Mark Scheme

Singapore: Green Mark Scheme

Singapore: Green Mark Scheme

Singapore: Green Mark Scheme

Singapore: Energy Smart Buildings Scheme

Singapore: Energy Smart Buildings Scheme

Singapore: Energy Smart Buildings Scheme

Singapore: Energy Smart Buildings Scheme

Singapore: Energy Smart Buildings Scheme

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: Revising rules for very small power producers (VSPP) to reward production of electricity from renewable sources

The Energy Ministry has revived a plan to buy electricity from very small hydropower producers by including them in the government-sponsored Very Small Power Producers (VSPP) programme, which aims to increase the incomes of communities with small electricity plants. Electricity generated by the small hydropower plants will be sold to the grid system of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), according to Energy Minister Piyasvasti Amranand.

Thailand: Revising rules for very small power producers (VSPP) to reward production of electricity from renewable sources

The Energy Ministry has revived a plan to buy electricity from very small hydropower producers by including them in the government-sponsored Very Small Power Producers (VSPP) programme, which aims to increase the incomes of communities with small electricity plants. Electricity generated by the small hydropower plants will be sold to the grid system of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), according to Energy Minister Piyasvasti Amranand.

Thailand: Revising rules for very small power producers (VSPP) to reward production of electricity from renewable sources

The Energy Ministry has revived a plan to buy electricity from very small hydropower producers by including them in the government-sponsored Very Small Power Producers (VSPP) programme, which aims to increase the incomes of communities with small electricity plants. Electricity generated by the small hydropower plants will be sold to the grid system of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), according to Energy Minister Piyasvasti Amranand.

Thailand: Revising rules for very small power producers (VSPP) to reward production of electricity from renewable sources

The Energy Ministry has revived a plan to buy electricity from very small hydropower producers by including them in the government-sponsored Very Small Power Producers (VSPP) programme, which aims to increase the incomes of communities with small electricity plants. Electricity generated by the small hydropower plants will be sold to the grid system of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), according to Energy Minister Piyasvasti Amranand.

Thailand: Revising rules for very small power producers (VSPP) to reward production of electricity from renewable sources

The Energy Ministry has revived a plan to buy electricity from very small hydropower producers by including them in the government-sponsored Very Small Power Producers (VSPP) programme, which aims to increase the incomes of communities with small electricity plants. Electricity generated by the small hydropower plants will be sold to the grid system of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), according to Energy Minister Piyasvasti Amranand.

Thailand: Revising rules for very small power producers (VSPP) to reward production of electricity from renewable sources

The Energy Ministry has revived a plan to buy electricity from very small hydropower producers by including them in the government-sponsored Very Small Power Producers (VSPP) programme, which aims to increase the incomes of communities with small electricity plants. Electricity generated by the small hydropower plants will be sold to the grid system of the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA), according to Energy Minister Piyasvasti Amranand.