PMR Turkey: Development of Sectoral Marginal Abatement Cost Curves for Turkey
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Turkey submitted its intended national determined contribution (INDC) on September 30, 2015, where it pledged to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 21 percent below business as usual (BAU) in 2030. To achieve this target Turkey requires a clear plan for GHG mitigation actions in the major economic sectors (e.g. industry, energy and transport).

Ad: Kemal
Soyad: Sarıca
Fakülte/Bölüm: Mühendislik Fak. / Endüstri Müh.
Proje İsmi: PMR Turkey: Development of Sectoral Marginal Abatement Cost Curves for Turkey
Proje Başlangıç Tarihi: 07.03.2017
Süresi: 12 ay
Fon Veren Kurum: World Bank
Fon Programı:
Varsa Firma Ortağı: Ecofys Netherlands B. V.

Turkey submitted its intended national determined contribution (INDC) on September 30, 2015, where it pledged to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 21 percent below business as usual (BAU) in 2030. To achieve this target Turkey requires a clear plan for GHG mitigation actions in the major economic sectors (e.g. industry, energy and transport). More specifically, by the end of the project it is aimed to:

(i) Identify options for emission reduction in key sectors of the economy (e.g. Energy, industry, transport)

(ii) Develop a practical approach to build customised MAC curves for these sectors, and build these curves

(iii) Assess and compare different sectoral mitigation options and scenarios using the MAC curves

(iv) Recommend a climate mitigation strategy and action plan to guide Turkey's economic sectors towards a low-carbon path through 2030

(v) Deliver a user friendly MACC tool and manual and train MoEU's staff and other stakeholders in using the tool and understanding the resulting MAC curves.

Through this assignment the overall abatement costs of meeting Turkey's INDC target, the most efficient and cost-effective mitigation options available for key sectors, and the potential emission reduction associated with each option is elaborated.