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推動我國溫室氣體排放減量及監督管理制度專案工作計畫

中文摘要 本計畫延續2004~2010年度之豐碩執行績效,將遵循「推動我國溫室氣體排放減量及監督管理制度」計畫甄選須知所規範之目標,於現行研訂之產業溫室氣體盤查、登錄、查驗、減量之本土化制度基礎上,掌握國際溫室氣體減量專案審議機制,工業、能源、住商及運輸部門溫室氣體盤查登錄及排放源帳戶管理作法以及排放強度規劃趨勢,考量我國產業推行條件,持續深化我國溫室氣體管理制度,以支援未來整體國家政策之推行。 本計畫完成之工作項目,經歸納執行結果扼要說明如下: 一、完備溫室氣體盤查登錄作業工具方面,以透過設置電話諮詢專線及現場輔導方式,鼓勵業者進行自願登錄作業,截至2011年12月31日,累計共有425家在國家登錄平台上登錄其盤查結果,掌握工業及能源部門燃料燃燒排放量約91.37%;另利用固定污染源資訊系統之原(燃)物料申報資訊與國家登錄平台之盤查登錄資訊進行勾稽比對,並將疑義名單轉送相關管理單位進行釐清,以提升整體資料庫品質;完成盤查人員訓練教材之編撰。 二、協助地方政府建構溫室氣體盤查登錄能力方面,首推建構地方政府溫室氣體盤查登錄能力,進而邁向低碳城市外交;完成「縣市層級溫室氣體盤查計算指引」及建立盤查登錄表單,提供各縣市盤查工作可遵循之標準作業依據;同步蒐研「全球氣候市長高峰會」最新資訊,提出協助地方政府參與該活動的作法。 三、國際住商與運輸部門溫室氣體盤查登錄與減量管制推動趨勢部分,完成國際間住商及運輸部門溫室氣體管理趨勢之蒐研工作,提供我國相關部門未來規劃溫室氣體減量策略之參考;亦蒐研目前歐盟執委會將航空運輸業納入歐盟碳交易制度之歷程與管制作法,探討此碳交易制度對我國航空部門之潛在影響,提出相關單位未來可行因應策略;完成三種大眾運輸工具於同路段下之延人公里排放量推估,並藉由量化運具碳排放量數據,提供國人選用低碳運具之參考。 四、持續建置先期專案認定依據部分,今年度蒐研國際排放強度發展現況或最佳可行性技術,再結合國內產業之排放現況,建立煉油、石化(烯烴)、造紙業等10項公告排放強度值,並蒐研評估汽電共生業與人造纖維業之公告排放強度計算邊界範圍與計算方式作法。 五、持續建立抵換專案認定依據與健全相關管理技術規範部分,協助完成17件抵換專案申請審查作業,並配合減量方法之需求,協助完成6件減量方法之申請審查作業;另承接先前輔導與協助審議案件之經驗,檢討現階段機制的優缺點,以提出審議程序之修正建議。 六、研擬公告排放源草案與推動相關作業程序部分,爰參考美國作法及國際間溫室氣體排放申報管制之方式,完成依我國「空氣污染防制法」進行溫室氣體排放源盤查排放量申報作業之規劃,並完成「公告第三批公私場所應申報年排放量之固定污染源(草案)」之擬定。 七、國家溫室氣體登錄平台帳號維護及管理作業部分,針對鋼鐵、石化、光電、半導體四個行業別進行之盤查登錄格式研修;建立帳號申請審核及複審之標準流程;新增管理者之管理審查及統計功能;進行國家登錄平台網頁改版作業,提升整體平台使用者之友善性;此外,亦定期更新各項網頁資訊(包含英文網頁部分),與定期進行平台資訊安全的維護作業。 八、針對國內外宣導及重要會議交流部分,本計畫依約辦理1場次計畫相關成果記者會、2場次城市溫室氣體盤查作業相關會議、2場次減量專案相關作業之宣導說明會、7場次執行減量管理機制規劃作業之專諮研商會議;並配合臨時交辦,另外協助環保署辦理1場次研商公聽會議;同時持續更新維護國家溫室氣體登錄平台並定時寄發3期電子報。
中文關鍵字 溫室氣體;登錄;自願減量

基本資訊

專案計畫編號 EPA-100-FA11-03-A161 經費年度 100 計畫經費 11000 千元
專案開始日期 2011/05/06 專案結束日期 2011/12/31 專案主持人 吳俊儀
主辦單位 溫室氣體減量管理辦公室(停用) 承辦人 陳宜佳 執行單位 環科工程顧問股份有限公司

成果下載

類型 檔名 檔案大小 說明
期末報告 EPA-100-FA11-03-A161.pdf 20MB

Promotion of the National Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction and Management Scheme

英文摘要 The project for Promotion of the National Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction and Management Scheme (the Project), while meeting the criteria required by the project guideline, is an ongoing work based on current development of domestic greenhouse gases (GHG) accounting, registration, validation, verification and project reductions for industries as the results of earlier studies from 2004 to 2010. The Project has completed the following tasks: 1. The promotion of voluntary GHG accounting and reporting The Project has assisted the Environmental Protection Administration (the EPA) in optimizing domestic GHG reporting process via National GHG Emissions Registry (the GHG Registry). The Project has promoted industries in voluntary participations of GHG emission reporting, which has involved the setting-up of telephone inquiry services as well as on-site consultation. Based on latest figure in 31st December 2011 there have been total 425 entities (mainly manufacturers and utilities) reported its emissions information, contributing total 91.37% CO2 emissions from fuel combustion in energy and industrial sectors. Cross-reference checks were conducted between the activity data reported to the GHG registry and the raw material/fuel consumption from stationary source database. The reported GHG emissions with significant discrepancies will be noted to the EPA for further clarification. This has led to improved quality in information management. Further more, the Project has completed training materials for the use of GHG accounting. 2. Capacity building of GHG accounting and reporting in local governments The Project has assisted in the capacity building of GHG accounting and reporting in local governments, thus facilitating international interactions for Low-Carbon Cities. The Project has also completed Greenhouse Gas Accounting Guide for Cities and the associated spreadsheet templates, enabling a harmonized accounting and calculation processes for local governments. The Project has also gathered latest development update of World Mayors Summit on a regular basis, offering recommendations and suggestions for local governments to participate in international activities such as the Summit. 4. On-going development of emission-intensity based crediting design The Project examined international approach regarding to emission intensity as well as the implication options of best available technology (BAT). The Project has devised an overall 10 industry-specific emission intensities based on domestic emission data submitted from industrial sectors such as petrochemical, refinery (Alkene), pulp and paper, as well as boundary determination and emission intensity calculations for CHP and synthetic fibers respectively. 5. On-going development of project-based crediting rules The Project continued to assist the EPA in the development of associated credit determinations and relevant technical rules, 17 proposed projects and 6 new methodologies review processes as well as evaluation and recommendations of the review processes. 6. Drafting mandatory GHG reporting rules The Project has formalized similar GHG reporting rules (draft rules) following United State’s and International mandatory approaches. The enforcement of draft rules was based on linkages of existing Air Pollution Control Act as the obligated reporting operators to be designated via the third public and private entities list on annual reporting of stationary emission sources (draft). 7. Maintaining operations and functionalities of the GHG Registry The Project has conducted various tasks involving modifying GHG reporting format for iron & steel, petrochemical, photonics and semi-conductor industries; introducing managerial functionalities for project review processes and statistical provisions for further analysis; renewing the GHG Registry’s website layout and improving user friendliness. The Project had also updated the GHG Registry’s webpage content (English included) and maintained information security on a regular basis. 8. Conferences and public meetings The Project has completed 1 press conference, 2 meetings on GHG accounting for cities, 2 public workshops regarding to the GHG reduction scheme, 7 expert consultations regarding the design of GHG reduction scheme. In addition, the Project has assisted the EPA in 1 public consultation process and 3 electronic newsletters were issued.
英文關鍵字 Greenhouse gases, registration, voluntary reduction