Global inception workshop

Paris, 17-18 February 2010

Presentation package

February 17, 2010

Welcome statement - Mark Radka, DTIE (Chair)

Keynote address. “The Global TNA project: What, Why, Commitments and Responsibilities” - Sylvie Lemmet, DTIE

TNA in the country context: Past, Present and Future Expectations

  • Institutional framework for TNA, including identification of agency leading TNA work in-country
  • Lessons from the TNA first round project, and what can be done better this time;
  • Current status of TNA and related planning activities, such as NAPAs, energy plans, renewable energy plans, rural electrification plans, energy conservation plans, etc.
  • Examples of initiated actions in terms of new incentives, legal frameworks etc. leading towards employment of cleaner technology
  • Capacity building and technical support requirements for TNA
  • Expectations from the current project
  • Views on “What is needed? What next? Where to go after the project is over?

 Country representatives

Getting it right – Building consensus on the “How” of the new Global TNA effort - Jyoti Painuly, Subash Dhar, Ivan NygaardThanakvaro Thyl

  • General Approach: prioritizing mitigation and adaptation technologies; identifying barriers; preparing technology action plans.
  • Country TNA Team formation: Tasks, structure and membership
  • Collaboration with Regional Centers: Rationale and modalities
  • Technology Action Plan and enabling frameworks
  • Generic contractual agreement
  • Questions and Answers/Discussion URC Team

February 18, 2010

Global TNA implementation in country and regional contexts -- main issues, challenges and recommendations regarding the “How” of the Global TNA project.

Presentation and discussion of break-out group feedback on issues, challenges and recommendations.

Round table wrap-up discussion

Closing remarks - Bernard Jamet, DTIE and Jyoti Painuly, URC

Bilateral country/scoping mission planning - URC and country teams



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