Training of Trainers for CDM Project Development in Industrial Sector
IGES Training of Trainers for CDM Development in Industrial Sector was conducted on 6-7 August 2008 at Rajawali room, Ministry of Industry’s Building, Jakarta. The training was organized by Ministry of Environment of Indonesia, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), and Carbon and Environmental Research (CER) Indonesia in cooperation with Ministry of Industry of Indonesia.
Objective of the training were: (i) to develop capacity of local stakeholders in identifying and assessing promising CDM projects especially in industrial sector, (ii) to introduce the principle of baseline and additionality, and (iii) to increase capacity of local stakeholders to develop CDM project concept and have better understanding on elements of PDD.
The training was opened with opening remarks, each were from Mr. Ir. Gunardi as representative of Ministry of Environment of Indonesia, then from Dr. Takuro Kobashi as IGES’s representative, and finally from Mr. Agus Wahyudi, who was also officially opened the even, as representative of Ministry of Industry of Indonesia. The training was attended by 32 participants from government officials, industrial sector representatives (cement, pulp, and paper, chemical, battery, steel, and power plant industries) and academicians.
The training was conducted in two days. The materials of the training were delivered by the Ministry of Environment’s representative, trainers from CER Indonesia and IGES’s representatives. The topics of the presentation were:
- “Overview of CDM Project Cycle and Indonesian DNA”, by Ir. Gunardi (Ministry of Environment)
- “IGES CDM Activities and Japanesse support scheme for CDM in host country”, by Dr. Takuro Kobashi (IGES)
- “Financing and Marketing Aspect of CDM”, by Dr. Rizaldi Boer (CER Indonesia)
- “Baseline and Additionality Concept”, by Dr. Rizaldi Boer (CER Indonesia)
- “Overview of typical CDM projects and calculation of their emission reduction”, by Ms. Nozomi Okubo (IGES)
- “Identification of Potential CDM Projects in Industrial Sectors”, by Dr. Gatot Ibnu Santoso
- “Emission Reduction Calculation Methods”, by Dr. Retno G. Dewi (CER Indonesia)
- “PIN and PDD”, by Ms. Syahrina D. Anggraini (CER Indonesia)
- “Practice in Calculating Emission Reduction”, by Dr. Retno G. Dewi (CER Indonesia)
Second day of the training, continued by a presentation of “Programmatic CDM”, by Ms. Syahrina D. Anggraini (CER Indonesia), practice for developing PIN which then followed by the PIN presentation by participants.