MEXIREC 2017

Vom 11. bis 13. September 2017 fand in Mexiko City die Mexico International Renewable Energy Conference (MEXIREC) statt. Auf der MEXIREC treffen Minister, Entscheidungsträger, Experten, Spezialisten und Vordenker auf Vertreter aus der Privatwirtschaft und der Zivilgesellschaft, um über Visionen, Erfahrungen und Lösungen zu sprechen, die den weltweiten Anschub von erneuerbaren Energien beschleunigen sollen. Die Konferenz wird alle zwei Jahre von unterschiedlichen Regierungen gemeinsam mit dem Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) organisiert. Auf dieser Seite sind Infoblätter zusammengestellt, die einige Themen der Konferenz aufgreifen.  

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Hinweis: Die folgenden Fact Sheets liegen nur in englischer Sprache vor.

IKI Fact Sheets zur MEXIREC

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    The International Climate Initiative

    Since 2008, the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) has been financing climate and biodiversity projects in developing and newly industrialising countries, as well as in countries in transition.

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  • Renewable Energy Capacity Building within the International Climate Initiative (IKI)

    The International Climate Initiative (IKI) assists partner countries in switching to a sustainable, low-carbon economy. IKI partners receive support in the form of knowledge transfer, technology cooperation, policy advice and investment measures, enabling them to develop and implement appropriate methods and instruments that can be used to advance transformational processes.

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  • Sustainable Housing in Mexico

    The residential, public and commercial buildings are responsible for approximately 15% of Mexico’s total energy consumption. In 2012, the National Housing Commission CONAVI developed the world’s first National Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) in the sector to address this problem. A NAMA Support Project combines technical assistance to CONAVI (technical cooperation component) as well as financial incentives and project-related technical support.

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  • Mobilising Finance for Mitigation and Climate Change Adaptation

    Developing countries in particular face enormous challenges in mobilising financial resources and using funding for the necessary climate change adaptation and mitigation measures. The mitigation of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, the preservation of natural carbon reservoirs and adaptation to the impacts of climate change all require financial resources. The Global Climate Partnership Fund (GCPF), facilitated by the International Climate Initiative (IKI), is an instrument for mobilising public and private capital for investment in climate change mitigation in developing and emerging countries.

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  • Promotion of Bioenergy and Biogas

    The energetic use of biomass is a key tool in efforts to mitigate climate change. The International Climate Initiative (IKI) has been supporting biogas projects in a number of countries, including Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Peru, India and Vietnam. The factsheet presents results from a Turkish-German biogas project.

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  • Supporting innovative Technologies: Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

    Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) is an innovative technology that countries with appropriate solar conditions can use to decarbonise their economic development. Through the International Climate Initiative (IKI), the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) funds eight projects supporting CSP technologies in partner countries around the world and has committed more than 81 million euros for technical and financial support. The factsheet presents selected highlights from these projects.

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  • Renewable Energy Investments: Mobilizing Private and Public Investments against Climate Change

    Renewable energies are widely considered to be the most important pillar in efforts to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions globally. To evaluate progress in transitioning to a low-carbon economy, the German Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMUB) supports an annual analysis of global trends in renewable energy investment.

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  • Jeffrey's Bay Wind Farm in Eastern Cape Province

    Renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE) have played a central role in the International Climate Initiative (IKI) since its inception in 2008. The IKI supports more than 100 renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. The factsheet presents a very prominent wind energy investment project in South Africa, Jeffrey´s Bay Wind Farm, co-funded by the IKI.

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  • Saving Energy by Replacing Inefficient Energy Systems – New Pathways towards Energy Efficiency in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises

    Across the world, large numbers of small and mediumsized supermarkets, restaurants and other commercial businesses rely on refrigeration technology and other electrical appliances. These are frequently inefficient, with the result that many businesses face high energy bills. Help is at hand, however, with micro-credits for the purchase of efficient electrical appliances increasingly becoming available worldwide.

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  • Energetic Use of Palm Oil Residues in Indonesia and Thailand

    The energetic use of biomass is one of the key measures used in efforts to mitigate climate change. Vast supplies of agricultural residues make Southeast Asia one of the most important regions in the world when it comes to tapping unharnessed bioenergy potentials. Since Indonesia and Thailand are among the world’s biggest palm oil producers, the International Climate Initiative (IKI) supports both countries in their mitigation efforts

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  • From Fossil Fuels to Renewable Energies – Transforming the Energy Sector on Islands

    Small Island Development States (SIDS) share characteristics that make them especially vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Many SIDS are still heavily dependent on imported fossil fuels for the majority of their energy needs. A number of IKI-funded projects support the countries' efforts for a transition of the energy sector towards a low-emission and more sustainable future.

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  • The Mexican-German Climate Alliance: Contributing to Coherent Energy and Climate Policies

    Germany and Mexico are among the world’s top ten emitters of greenhouse gases (GHG). Similarly to Germany, Mexico has set itself ambitious mitigation and adaptation goals and has assumed a pioneering role among developing countries in terms of climate policy. The International Climate Initiative is supporting Mexico’s climate change and sustainable energy efforts through the “Mexican-German Climate Change Alliance”.

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  • Global Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Fund: Addressing Climate Change with Equity Investments

    Perceived high risk, lack of upfront capital and high transaction costs are keeping away private sector investments in emerging economies. GEEREF is a pioneer climate finance initiative harnessing ODA (official development aid) to catalyse private capital for the benefit of clean energy projects in developing countries.

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  • Dissemination of Solar Water Heating in Brazil and Mexico

    The use of fossil fuels for cooking and water heating represents a major source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Latin America. One of the most technically viable and economically attractive ways of reducing fossil fuel consumption in home systems is solar water heating (SWH). The International Climate Initiative (IKI) supports projects aiming to foster the use of SWH systems on rooftops as a sustainable alternative to conventional water heating technologies.

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  • Promoting Solar Energy in Brazil and Chile

    Brazil and Chile have huge renewable energy (RE) resources. In recent years, the costs of relevant technologies have experienced a signicant decline. The factsheet presents projects in Brazil and Chile facilitating the deployment of solar power.

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  • Flexibility is Key to the successful Integration of variable Renewable Energy Sources in Chile

    The energy sector is accountable for approximately 70% of Chile’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and plays a key role in the country’s mitigation efforts. Currently, the share of renewable energies (RE) in the Chilean electricity market is increasing rapidly. The International Climate Initiative (IKI) has supported the Chilean Ministry of Energy since the initial stages of renewables expansion through a series of projects.

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  • Renewable Energies, Emission Reduction and Sustainable Economic Growth in Chile

    In recent years, the expansion of renewable electricity generation capacities in Chile has experienced rapid growth. More than 40% of the Chilean electricity is currently produced by renewable energies, of which one third comes from wind and solar energy. Latest potential analyses show that Chile could cover its electricity demand more than a hundred times with renewable energy sources.

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  • Promotion of a Carbon-Neutral Water Sector

    The water sector is highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Droughts, intense rainfall and mudslides affect drinking water and wastewater services, decreasing the availability and quality of water and damaging the utilities’ infrastructure. At the same time, water and wastewater utilities in emerging countries are among the major consumers of energy, emitting significant amounts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, primarily nitrous oxide and methane, which have much more significant multiplier effects on global warming. The need to find solutions to combat climate change is therefore a central challenge for the water sector.

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IKI Filme zur Energiewende

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  • Parabolspiegel
  • Windräder
  • Palmenblätter
  • Gruppe von Schwarzen Kindern
  • Windräder
  • Solarkiosk
  • Biogas Anlage
  • Solardächer in Mexiko

    Die Bewohner von Heroes de Tecamac in Mexico City steigen für den Klimaschutz aufs Dach: Auf 1000 Häusern der Arbeiter-Siedlung haben sie Sonnenkollektoren montiert. Die sorgen nun für warmes Wasser, sparen damit Gas ein und schützen das Klima.

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  • Indien - Parabolspiegel im Ashram

    In den Bergen Rajasthans im Norden Indiens entsteht ein ganz besonderer Solarpark: Am Fuße des Mount Abu, von vielen als "heiliger Berg" verehrt, werden riesige Parabolspiegel aufgestellt.

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  • Marokko entdeckt die Windkraft für sich

    Hohe Sonneneinstrahlung und stabile Windverhältnisse: Marokko hat beste Voraussetzungen zur Gewinnung regenerativer Energien. Wie die nutzbar werden, zeigt der wachsende Windpark in Tanger.

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  • Palmöl in Thailand

    Die stinkenden Schlammteiche zeigen noch das alte Dilemma: Verdrecktes Grundwasser und frei werdende Methangase. Die verpesten nicht nur die Luft, sondern sind auch potente Klimakiller.

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  • 1000 Dächer-Programm (Solardächer in Brasilien)

    Die Sonne wird in Brasilien als Energielieferant noch kaum genutzt – und das trotz bester Wetter-Bedingungen sowie steigender Gas- und Strompreise. Das soll sich jetzt ändern.

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  • Windkraft (bzw. Grüne Energie) in Chile

    Chile ist ein Land mit einem enorm großen Potential für den Einsatz erneuerbarer Energien.

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  • Mobiles Kraftpaket will das Hinterland Ruandas in die Zukunft holen

    Fünf Kilometer laufen zum nächsten Generator, weil der Handyakku leer ist? In Ruanda gehört das zum Alltag. Henri Nyakarundi will das Problem lösen, indem er flächendeckend Solar-Kioske ins Hinterland bringt.

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  • Mist machen im Kittchen - für die Umwelt

    Die Karibikinsel Grenada vor der Westküste Venezuelas versucht ihre Klimaziele mit einem innovativen Ansatz zu erreichen. In Zusammenarbeit mit Deutschland installieren und warten Bauern hier Biogasanlagen mit Hilfe kleiner Kredite.

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IKI Projekte zu erneuerbaren Energien

Grüner Punkt auf der Karte = Anzahl der Projekte in der Region.

 

Weitere IKI Schwerpunkte

  • Konferenzgeländer der COP22
  • Häuser am Wasser
  • Ausschnitt eines Plakats
  • Unterstützung der Klima- und Biodiversitätspolitik

    Deutschland unterstützt die Partnerländer darin, ihre Anpassungsfähigkeit gegenüber den Auswirkungen des Klimawandels zu erhöhen und ihre Wirtschaftsstruktur nachhaltiger und emissionsarm zu gestalten. Begleitet durch Know-how-Transfer und Technologiekooperation, Politikberatung oder investive Maßnahmen können die Partner der IKI geeignete Methoden und Instrumente für Anpassungs- und Transformationsprozesse entwickeln und einsetzen.

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  • Nachhaltige Stadtentwicklung

    Bereits heute leben mehr als die Hälfte aller Menschen in Städten, Tendenz steigend. Vor allem Ballungsräume in Schwellen- und Entwicklungsländern werden in naher Zukunft rund 70% der weltweiten energiebezogenen Treibhausgas-Emissionen ausstoßen. Deshalb kann wirksamer Klimaschutz nur unter Einbeziehung von Städten als Partner gelingen.

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  • Klimafinanzierung

    Minderungsmaßnahmen, Anpassung an die Folgen des Klimawandels, Erhalt natürlicher Kohlenstoffspeicher und Maßnahmen zur Erhaltung der biologischen Vielfalt benötigen finanzielle Mittel. Deutschland kommt den eingegangenen Verpflichtungen zuverlässig nach und finanziert zahlreiche internationale Klimaaktivitäten.

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