Baseline and monitoring metholodogies for HFC mitigation action

12/2021 | Report

There is a wide range of cooling sector-related baseline and monitoring methodologies in the context of different crediting mechanisms, addressing both energy efficiency as well as HFC emissions reduction. The methodologies either apply a projected BAU approach or a default baseline scenario. None of the methodologies would meet the Art. 6 criteria for additionality determination and baseline setting and could be directly applied to an Art. 6 activity. Therefore, the development of an Art. 6 activity in the cooling sector requires a thorough upgrade of the existing methodologies.

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