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Semen Indonesia WHRPG Project Ready to be Operated on October 2017.

Tuban – On 16 August 2017, the development of Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation Project in Tuban Plant of PT. Semen Indonesia in cooperation

Tuban – On 16 August 2017, the development of Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation Project in Tuban Plant of PT. Semen Indonesia in cooperation with JFE Engineering has entered the final stage. Director of Engineering and Project of PT. Semen Indonesia, Aunur Rosyidi conveyed the progress during the local stakeholder consultation meeting on last Wednesday.

Aunur also stated that the power generation which its total project investment value amounted to IDR 638 Billion, utilizes the waste heat from Tuban I-IV Plant as its source of energy. Total average energy that can be generated through this waste heat recovery is around 28 MW. “Previously, Semen Indonesia has already used the similar technology in Semen Padang Plant in Indarung with 8.5 MW power generated and has been operated since 2011.” Said Aunur on the official explanation at Wednesday (16/8)

The development of the WHRPG technology at Tuban Plant of Semen Indonesia is able to reduce its electricity consumption of around 152 million kWh/year and reduce its operation cost on energy cost of about IDR 120 billion per year. Besides the cost saving, PT Semen Indonesia also able to reduce carbon emission of estimated 122.000 tCO2  per year. By this activity, PT. Semen Indonesia is able to prove their vision as “green” corporation.

PT. Semen Indonesia has held local stakeholder consultation activity, which is one of requirement to register the project as the official JCM Registered Project. The local stakeholder consultation is required to inform the project to all related stakeholders as well as to receive input or comments regarding the project. In this event, Edwin Manansang as Co-Chair of Joint Committee of JCM Indonesia also attended the meeting. Mr Edwin Manansang, who is also the assistant deputy minister for multilateral economic cooperation and financing of Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, expressed the government support on the low carbon development project like WHRPG Project.

“WHRPG Project is part of bilateral cooperation between Indonesian and Japanese Government which have been planned since 3,5 years ago. This implementation is a concrete effort of climate change mitigation activity for emission reduction in Indonesia. This activity must be able to become the example to other industries that real action of climate change mitigation can be done in Indonesia” as Edwin said.

JCM Press Conference for 1,6 MW Solar Power Plant at Jakabaring Sport City (9 August 2017)

The Implementation of Solar Power Generator Instalation in Jakabaring Sport City Palembang through Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) “Green Energ

The Implementation of Solar Power Generator Instalation in Jakabaring Sport City Palembang through Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM)

“Green Energy for Environmentally Sustainable Sport Event”

Palembang – Palembang is appointed to be one of the host cities together with Jakarta for Asian Games XVIII in August 2018. For this event, the South Sumatra government is planning to promote a green and environmentally sustainable sport event for this Asian Games.

The construction of the Solar Power Installation in Jakabaring Sport City, Palembang, is one of the answers of the government objective in implementing an environmentally sustainable event. This installation is expected to be able to generate 1.6 MW electricity which solely is going to be used for Jakabaring Sport City Area. The electricity generated from this installation is also going to be used in accommodating the electricity supply during the Asian Games. This initiative is not only providing a clean energy for this sport event which is going to be attended by 45 countries, but also one of Palembang government efforts in promoting climate change mitigation.

The installation of this project itself is also one of Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) activities; a cooperation of bilateral agreement between Government of Indonesia and Government of Japan in promoting low carbon development for climate change mitigation in both countries. This cooperation has its own uniqueness in which the Government of Japan delivers an incentive in the form of subsidy or grant through technology transfers for the industrial sectors (BUMN, BUMD, regional government, or private sectors) in Indonesia who wishes to implement a low carbon technology via JCM financing scheme.

The installation of this solar power project is one of 29 projects implemented using JCM scheme.

“The development of the Solar Power Generator is one of the government efforts in promoting Green City concept, climate change mitigation, and also to ensure the electricity supply during Asian Games event in 2018. The installation of this project is expected to be completed by the end of January 2018” told Mr Yaniarsyah, the Executive Director of Palembang Energy and Mineral Regional Company (PDPDE) during the press conference event in Palembang, Wednesday, 9 August 2017. For this project, PDPDE, which is one of local companies in South Sumatra, are working collaboratively with Sharp (Japanese Private Company) in implementing the project.

In the same event, Mr Edwin Manangsang, Assistant Deputy Minister for Multilateral Economic Cooperation and Financing Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affair, said, “This solar power installation is one of the 29 JCM projects implemented in Indonesia. Recently, the total investment of JCM cooperation is amounted of 150 million USD of which 113 million USD comes from Indonesia and Japan private sectors and the 37 million USD is Japanese Government subsidy for this cooperation”.

Further, Mr Edwin also said “This cooperation which has been conducted for about 4 years is a solid proof of the private sectors, BUMN, and BUMD involvement in promoting carbon emission reduction in industrial sector.”

Mr Dicky Edwin, The Indonesia JCM Secretariat Head is also conveyed his opinion in regards to the implementation of JCM project in Palembang. At the same event, he said “Through this project, we expect the installation is able to generate 1.6 MW of electricity. Furthermore, this project can also reduce greenhouse gas emission of about 1,303 tCO2/year.”

He also further explained that Jakabaring is the first sport area that is implementing green technology that can further create positive impact not only for the regional area but also the to the whole national greenhouse gasses emission reduction target.

In South Sumatera itself, this Solar Power Installation in Jakabaring Palembang, is not the only JCM project implemented. PT.  Aneka Bumi Pratama, a rubber manufacture company where is located at Gandus Region, Palembang, also implementing energy efficiency project for its wastewater treatment plant using JCM scheme.

PT. Aneka Bumi Pratama together with Japanese Companies, EMATEC, Sangyo, and Mitsubishi, are working together in implementing the project. The project itself is expected able to reduce electricity consumption of its wastewater treatment plant up to 40% and further can also reduce greenhouse gases emission up to 387 tCO2/year.

“These emission reduction of both projects is one of the concrete solution in of how Indonesia support climate change mitigation globally. Through JCM implementation, we also expect to have knowledge and technology transfer during the project implementation” as said by Mr Dicky Edwin.

Indonesia Government and Japanese Goverments are committed to further support the implementation of JCM projects by increasing the number of investment, the development of technology and expertise aspect, and also encouraging the private sectors and other sectors involvement and awareness. (IDsecr.)

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Media coverage for this event can be check : here

Seminar on the JCM Project Implementation in Indonesia (12 July 2017)

On 12 July 2017, The Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ) and the Global Environment Centre Foundation in collaboration with the Coordinating Min

On 12 July 2017, The Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ) and the Global Environment Centre Foundation in collaboration with the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs and the JCM secretariat Indonesia jointly organized “Seminar on the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) Project Implementation in Indonesia”  in Bogor, Indonesia.

The seminar was attended by more or less 140 participants coming from both Indonesian and Japanese private companies, government officials, international organization, and representatives of related organizations from both countries. The event was opened by Ms. Mari Takada from Embassy of Japan and Mr. Rizal Edwin from Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs.

In the first session, Mr. Kazuhisa Koakutsu from Ministry of Environment Japan, Mr. Masanori Kobayashi from New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), also Mr. Hiroaki Teshima from Asian Development Bank shared the information about progress of the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM). Mr. Teshima from Asian Development Bank in this chance also introduced the Japan Fund for the Joint Crediting Mechanism.

The event continued with sharing information by speakers from 12 JCM Model Projects and 3 Demonstration Projects, which are supported by MOEJ and New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization respectively. The speakers, whose coming from both Indonesian and Japanese companies, shared the progress of their projects and exchanged information on JCM implementation. 

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*For more information about the Seminar and GEC, you can find the information here .
*Presentation materials can be download here

The Sixth Joint Committee Meeting (10-11 February 2017) in Tokyo

On 10th & 11th February 2017, The Government of Japan and The Government of Indonesia has conducted the annual bilateral meeting, The 6th Joi

On 10th & 11th February 2017, The Government of Japan and The Government of Indonesia has conducted the annual bilateral meeting, The 6th Joint Committee Meeting in Tokyo, Japan. This meeting was attended by Joint Committee members from both countries.

Some of decision made during the meeting, such as:

  • Revision on JCM rules and guidelines : Project Cycle Procedure
  • Revision on JCM rules and guidelines : Glossary of Terms
  • Approval of 2 proposed methodologies and revised methodology
  • Registration of one project: “Introducing double-bundle modular electric heat pumps at AXIA SOUTH CIKARANG Tower 2”.

You can find the detail document here.

 

 

Press Release - National Seminar of Three Years Bilateral Cooperation JCM, 29th August 2016

Press Release Reducing Emission and Scaling-up Investment through Bilateral Cooperation for Low-Carbon Growth Partnership between Republic of Indones

Press Release

Reducing Emission and Scaling-up Investment through Bilateral Cooperation for Low-Carbon Growth Partnership between Republic of Indonesia and Japan

Jakarta, 29 August 2016:

Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs Republic of Indonesia in cooperation with Japanese International Cooperation (JICA) and the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) Secretariat are organizing National Seminar to commemorate the 3 Years Bilateral Cooperation for Low-Carbon Growth Partnership between Republic of Indonesia and Japan on the August 29th, 2016 in Jakarta. The event was opened by Mr. Darmin Nasution as the Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs and representative from the Ministry of Environment and Embassy of Japan gave keynote speeches. The Government of Japan represented by Mr. Kozo Honsei as the Deputy of Chief Mission of Embassy of Japan mentioned Indonesia as the country with the most number of JCM projects in the world and expressed his wish to continue the good 3 years work on the bilateral cooperation.

In his speech, Mr. Nasution also stated four important steps for the future cooperation of JCM scheme: “First, improve and strengthen our activities based on environmental conservation and natural resources. Second, implement our commitment to low carbon growth and climate change adaptation. Third, strengthen and deepen our partnership with an aim of making it a reference to further actions on emission reduction. And fourth, making this partnership favourable to investment and to business-to-business cooperation.”

The event was followed by discussion session from government officials from Indonesia and Japan which provide insights to both countries’ plan for climate change mitigation program including JCM scheme.  In addition to that, Mr. Durain Parmanoan from PT Semen Indonesia who is developing one of Indonesia’s flagship project funded by Japan for JCM gave a presentation in the event and explained how the scheme able to support the company’s plan in reducing carbon emission through providing subsidy for their waste heat recovery project.

Within the period of three years, the implementations of bilateral cooperation activities are conducted through the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) scheme. JCM scheme is a cooperation model, which encourages the cooperation between Japanese and Indonesian institutions to invest in low-carbon growth activities in Indonesia through incentives from the Government of Japan. Currently, there are 16 developing countries which have signed the JCM cooperation with the Government of Japan, which are Indonesia, Vietnam, Mongolia, Palau, Mexico, Maldives, Thailand, Ethiopia, Costa Rica, Laos, Cambodia, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Chile, Myanmar and Bangladesh.

Since the signing of the bilateral agreement for low carbon development between the Indonesia Government and the Japan Government in 2013, JCM has successfully delivered more than US$ 37 million of subsidy to the Indonesia private sector. To date, the contribution of Indonesian private sectors and state-owned enterprises has exceeded US$ 113 million, thus the total investment value in the JCM scheme has reached to more than US$ 150 million.

The JCM scheme is a crucial and concrete effort from the Government of Indonesia to achieve both the Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) which has been stated in COP 21 in Paris and to scale up the investment of low-carbon development in Indonesia.

 The implementation of JCM funded projects in Indonesia are expected not only to reduce the national and global GHG emission but is also expected to become one of the parameter for achieving sustainable development criteria in  climate change mitigation. This is because, every JCM project plans to issue emission reductions credit must meet the preconditioned sustainable development criteria

 

About JCM:

The Joint Crediting Mechanism is a bilateral scheme between the Government of Indonesia and the Government of Japan which encourages Japanese private sector organizations to collaborate with the Indonesia private sector organizations, state-owned enterprises and local governments to invest in low carbon development activities in Indonesia through incentives in the form of grant and subsidy from the Government of Japan.  

Up to now, the JCM scheme in Indonesia has implemented and provided full funding for 108 feasibility studies and partial funding for 28 project implementation.

Further information on the JCM activities can be access through website: jcm.ekon.go.id or contact us through email at info@jcmindonesia.com.

*Press release in Bahasa also can be accessed via Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs official website.

Contact person: Dicky Edwin Hindarto
Phone number: 08118695000
Sekretariat JCM Indonesia
Gedung Kemenko Perekonomian lantai 2
Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat 7, Jakarta 10110

Media Release - "JCM Forum City-to-City Cooperation" Workshop

Media Release Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) Forum for City-to-City Cooperation Bogor, 26th May 2016 Cities with its economic activities have beco

Media Release

Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) Forum for City-to-City Cooperation

Bogor, 26th May 2016

Cities with its economic activities have become one of the triggers of the world’s increased emission. Based on the report by UN-Habitat, cities contributes around 70% of the world‘s total emission. This is a contradictive situation, as cities only covered 2% of the world’s total land.  Hence, the implementation of low-carbon technology in the cities area is critical to reduce the rate emission increase.

The JCM Forum for City-to-City Cooperation event is opened by Dr. Edwin Manansang as the Assistant Deputy Minister for the Multilateral Economic Cooperation and Financing of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affair. Dr. Edwin Manansang also acted as the Chair of the JCM’s Joint Committee. In his remarks, Dr. Edwin Manansang stated the importance of the cooperation between developed and developing countries in mitigating the climate change impact.

This Forum discussed the role of JCM scheme as the implementation of the bilateral cooperation agreement between Japan and Indonesia in low-carbon development. Since its inception JCM has managed to initiate the cooperation between cities in Indonesia and Japan. The cooperation between cities in Indonesia and Japan is expected to accelerate low-carbon technology transfer, to strengthen the economic cooperation and to increase the investment from the Japanese company to Indonesia in order to reducing the greenhouse gases (GHG) emission particularly in the cities area.

This First JCM Forum for City-to-City Cooperation is held in Bogor on the 26th May 2016 and it is also acted as a platform for knowledge and experience sharing between cities, to provide information on the low-carbon technology which is feasible to be implemented as well as the financing mechanism and cooperation under the JCM scheme. This workshop is held by the cooperation between Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Office of Deputy Minister for the Multilateral Economic Cooperation of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affair.

Currently, there are 3 cities in Indonesia and 3 cities in Japan which have collaborated under the JCM scheme. These cities are Surabaya with Kitakyushu, Bandung with Kawasaki and Batam with Yokohama. The cooperation between these cities have come into the implementation stage in the energy efficiency and waste management sector.

In this workshop, cities which have already implemented the cooperation, presented the progress, challenges as well as benefits from the city-to-city cooperation between Indonesia and Japan. JICA also presented their experience in assisting cities in Indonesia to transform into low-carbon cities.

Further, the workshop also presented the financing mechanism for the City-to-City cooperation under the JCM scheme by the JCM Indonesia Secretariat, the third party financing mechanism by PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (PT SMI) and Lembaga Kebijakan Pengadaan Barang/Jasa Pemerintah (LKPP), City-to-City capacity building development cooperation by International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI), as well as several low-carbon technology which are feasible to be implemented.

It is expected that the participating cities could get the benefit of knowledge from the experiences and cooperation from the cities within the JCM scheme and will then implement and integrate these knowledge in their future activities. 

Since the signing of the bilateral agreement for low carbon development between the Indonesia government and the Japan government in 2013, JCM has managed to provide more than US$ 41 million of subsidy to the private sector in Indonesia. Up to now, the private sector contribution in the JCM scheme has reached to more than US$ 70 million, and this has made the total investment in the JCM scheme reached to more than US$ 110 million.

The implementation of JCM funded projects in Indonesia are not only managed to reduce the national and global emission but is also expected to become one of the parameters for the effort to achieve sustainable development criteria in the climate change mitigation. This is because every JCM projects that will do the credit issuance is obliged to fulfil the sustainable development criteria.

The JCM scheme is one of the important and concrete efforts from the Government of Indonesia, which is not only aims to achieve its commitment stated in the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) submitted at the last COP 21 in Paris, but also as an effort to scale up the investment of low-carbon development in Indonesia.

Further information on the JCM activities can be access through website: jcm.ekon.go.id or contact us through email at info@jcmindonesia.com.

 

Sekretariat JCM Indonesia

Gedung Kemenko Perekonomian lantai 2

Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat 7, Jakarta 10110

 

About JCM:

The Joint Crediting Mechanism is a bilateral scheme between the Government of Indonesia and the Government of Japan which encourages Japanese private sector organizations to collaborate with the Indonesia private sector organizations, state-owned enterprise and local government to invest in low carbon development activities in Indonesia through incentives in the form of grant and subsidy from the Government of Japan.  

Up to now, the JCM scheme in Indonesia has implemented and provided full funding for 108 feasibility studies and partial funding for 23 project implementation.

You can also download the press release here :
English Version
Indonesian Version

Media Release - "The Joint Crediting Mechanism’s First Emission Reduction Carbon Credit Issuance in the World"

Jakarta, 13th May 2016 Today, Indonesia has marked the history in the climate change mitigation sector as the first country in the world which has is

Jakarta, 13th May 2016

Today, Indonesia has marked the history in the climate change mitigation sector as the first country in the world which has issued the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) emission reduction carbon credit.

These first credits are resulted from two (2) emissions reduction projects, which are the installation of high efficiency refrigerator in the frozen food industry located in Bekasi, West Java and the second project is the installation of high efficiency refrigerator to a food industry cold storage located in Karawang, West Java. These projects are a collaboration between PT Adib Global Food Supplies together with PT. Mayekawa Indonesia as the Indonesia project participant, and Mayekawa Manufacturing Co.,Ltd as the Japanese  project participant.

The total amount of the emission reductions carbon credit issued are 40 tonnes of CO2 (carbon dioxide). This achievement is a milestone not only for Indonesia but also for Japan.

Since the signing of the bilateral agreement for low carbon development between the Indonesia government and the Japan government in 2013, JCM has managed to provide more than US$ 41 million of subsidy to the private sector in Indonesia. Up to now the private sector contribution in the JCM scheme has reached to more than US$ 70 million, and this has made the total investment in the JCM scheme reached to more than US$ 110 million.

The implementation of JCM funded projects in Indonesia are not only managed to reduce the national and global emission but is also expected to become one of the parameter for the effort to achieve sustainable development criteria in the climate change mitigation. This is because every JCM projects that will do the credit issuance is obliged to fulfil the sustainable development criteria.

The JCM scheme is one of the important and concrete efforts from the Government of Indonesia, which is not only aims to achieve its commitment stated in the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) submitted at the last COP 21 in Paris, but also as an effort to scale up the investment oflow-carbon development in Indonesia.

About JCM:

The Joint Crediting Mechanism is a bilateral scheme between the Government of Indonesia and the Government of Japan which encourages Japanese private sector organizations to collaborate with the Indonesia private sector organizations, state-owned enterprise and local government to invest in low carbon development activities in Indonesia through incentives in the form of grant and subsidy from the Government of Japan.  

Up to now, the JCM scheme in Indonesia has implemented and provided full funding for 108 feasibility studies and partial funding for 23 project implementation.

Further information on the JCM activities can be access through website: jcm.ekon.go.id or contact us through email at info@jcmindonesia.com.

Sekretariat JCM Indonesia
Gedung Kemenko Perekonomian lantai 2
Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat 7, Jakarta 10110

 

You can also download the press release here :
English Version
Indonesian Version

Call for Proposal on Large Scale Feasibility Study by MOEJ in JFY2016

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for Large Scale Feasibility Study proposals for the Fiscal Year 2016 This scheme encourages

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for Large Scale Feasibility Study proposals for the Fiscal Year 2016

This scheme encourages GHG emissions reduction activities on large scale which is targeting emission reduction more than 100.000 tCO2/year.Japanese local governments, research institutes, private companies and universities are co-operate and adjust the advanced low carbon technologies and systems to fit the local conditions to establish sustainable operation and maintenance systems in Indonesia.

This scheme aims to provide support for business entities, research institutes and universities in developing projects with total estimated emission reduction more than 100.000 tCO2/year.

The agenda is set as follows:

Items Date
Start call for bid on Feasibility Studies for Large Scale Projects March-10, 2016
Deadline for entities to submit their application May-10, 2016
Planned date on selecting FS Mid. of June, 2016

 

Please refer to http://www.env.go.jp/press/102160.html for further information and application documents. 

Please also send project information using Project Idea Note format to secretariat@jcmindonesia.com(please refer to ;http://jcm.ekon.go.id/en/participate/propose-a-project).

Call for Proposal on Large Scale City to City JCM Feasibility Study in FY2016

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for "Large Scale City to City JCM Feasibility Study proposals for the Fiscal Year 2016 This

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for "Large Scale City to City JCM Feasibility Study proposals for the Fiscal Year 2016

This scheme encourages GHG emissions reduction activities on the city and regional scale and realizes a low carbon society by utilizing inter-city corporation between Japanese and Indonesian local government.Japanese local governments, research institutes, private companies and universities are co-operate and adjust the advanced low carbon technologies and systems to fit the local conditions to establish sustainable operation and maintenance systems in Indonesia. The agenda is set as follows: 

Items Date
Start call for request February-25, 2016
Deadline for entities to submit their application March-17, 2016
Planned date of selecting FS around 28-31 of March 2016

Please refer to http://www.env.go.jp/press/102107.html for further information and application documents. 

Please also send project information using Project Idea Note format to secretariat@jcmindonesia.com(please refer to ;http://www.jcmindonesia.com/en/participate/propose-a-project).

Expected Call for Proposal on JCM Model Project and REDD+ Model Project by MOE in FY2016

Below is the expected schedule for selecting projects for fiscal year 2016 by Ministry of Environment Japan. Model Project (MOEJ financial suppor

Below is the expected schedule for selecting projects for fiscal year 2016 by Ministry of Environment Japan.

Model Project (MOEJ financial support)

Items

Date

Starting date of call for proposal

Beginning or middle of April, 2016

Deadline for entities to submit their application

Beginning or middle of May, 2016

Planned date of selecting model projects

1-2 months later after the deadline

 

Finance rate will be determined based on the number of already selected JCM Model Projects using a similar technology in each country.

The scope of the similar technology will be defined by MOEJ, as appropriate.

Number of already selected projects using a similar technology in each partner country

None

(0)

Up to 3

(<3, except 0)

More than 3

(> 3)

Maximum finance rate

50%

40%

30%

 

 

Siaran Pers - Pertemuan Komite Bersama ke-5 antara Pemerintah Indonesia dan Pemerintah Jepang untuk Implementasi Pembangunan Rendah Karbon

Jakarta, 10 November 2015 Pemerintah Indonesia dan Pemerintah Jepang yang diwakili oleh Komite Bersama Joint Crediting Mechanism /JCM (Meka

Jakarta, 10 November 2015

Pemerintah Indonesia dan Pemerintah Jepang yang diwakili oleh Komite Bersama Joint Crediting Mechanism /JCM (Mekanisme Kredit Bersama) telah melakukan pertemuan ke 5 (lima) di Hotel Santika Premiere Bintaro dari tangal 9 sampai dengan tangal 10 Nopember 2015. Komite Bersama atau Joint Committee ini adalah wakil dari kedua pemerintah yang terdiri dari pejabat setingkat eselon 2. Pertemuan Komite Bersama adalah agenda rutin yang dilakukan 2 (dua) kali dalam satu tahun guna mengkaji implementasi kegiatan implementasi JCM, merundingkan dan mendiskusikan perkembangan terbaru serta hambatan apabila ditemui, dan menghasilkan keputusan bersama guna perkembangan JCM ke depan.

Dalam pertemuan kelima dari Komite Bersama JCM (The Fifth JCM Joint Committee Meeting), telah dibahas serta didiskusikan hal-hal sebagai berikut:

  1. Perkembangan implementasi JCM setelah 2 tahun berjalan. Sejak ditandatanganinya perjanjian kerjasama antara Indonesia dan Jepang pada bulan Agustus 2013 sampai dengan perundingan ini dilakukan, telah dikembangkan dan dilakukan kegiatan-kegiatan studi kelayakan sebanyak 103 proyek, implementasi sebanyak 20 proyek, pengembangan metodologi sebanyak 10 metodologi, dan berbagai aturan lain.
  2. Persetujuan dari pedoman pembangunan berkelanjutan yang harus diimplementasikan. Setiap proyek JCM yang diimplementasikan di Indonesia kemudian harus melakukan implementasi kriteria pembangunan berkelanjutan yang telah disetujui bersama jenis dan metodenya.
  3. Pembagian kredit CO2 antara pihak swasta dan pemerintah. Telah disepakati mekanisme dan besaran pembagian kredit CO2 hasil pengurangan emisi pada proyek-proyek JCM antara pihak swasta sebagai pelaksana dan implementor kegiatan di lapangan dan pemerintah selaku regulator, juga antara pemerintah Indonesia dan pemerintah Jepang sendiri.
  4. Diskusi tentang pedoman pembuatan metodologi REDD+ dan pengurangan emisi melalui proyek pengembangan serapan karbon di hutan akan dilanjutkan pembahasannya di Pertemuan Komite Bersama yang akan datang.
  5. Pengkajian dari proyek-proyek implementasi JCM, termasuk implementasi kerjasama antara Surabaya-Kitakyushu. Implementasi proyek JCM di Surabaya merupakan pola kerjasama pembangunan rendah karbon city to city yang pertama kali diimplementasikan di Indonesia. Kerjasama dengan pola ini akan dilakukan dengan kota-kota lainnya, terutama Batam dan Bandung.
  6. Kerjasama diseminasi kegiatan JCM di dunia internasional. Pemerintah Indonesia dan Jepang juga telah menyepakati kerjasama diseminasi hasil implementasi pengurangan emisi melalui proyek JCM dalam konferensi antar bangsa perubahan iklim COP 21 UNFCCC di Paris. Diharapkan JCM akan menjadi salah satu aksi nyata dalam pengurangan emisi dunia.

 

Secara langsung, skema JCM merupakan salah satu langkah penting dan nyata untuk mewujudkan komitmen Pemerintah Indonesia yang dicanangkan tahun 2009, yaitu mengurangi emisi gas rumah kaca (GRK) nasional sebesar 26% dengan upaya sendiri, dan hingga 41% dengan bantuan internasional, pada tahun 2020, dihitung dari tingkat emisi jika Indonesia tidak melakukan upaya pengurangan emisi. JCM juga menjadi salah satu jawaban pemerintah Jepang dan Indonesia untuk bagaimana cara mengurangi emisi berdasar komitmen yang telah dikirimkan kedua negara dalam bentuk INDC (Intended Nationally Determined Commitment) selain menjadi peluang bagi pelaku bisnis Indonesia dan Jepang dalam penerapan pengembangan kegiatan rendah karbon. - RS

Second Call for Proposal on JCM Model Project by MOE in FY2015

The Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for project proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015. MOEJ is calling proposals for model projects

The Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for project proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015.

MOEJ is calling proposals for model projects (second call).

Please also send project information using Project Idea Note format to secretariat@jcmindonesia.com (please refer to http://www.jcmindonesia.com/en/participate/propose-a-project).

 

Model Project (MOEJ financial support)

Items

Date

Starting date of call for proposal

Sep-07, 2015

Deadline for entities to submit their application

Dec-18, 2015

Planned date of selecting model projects

Within 1-2 months from receiving the application

 

Please refer to http://gec.jp/jcm/jp/kobo/mp150907.html for further information and application documents (in Japanese) or http://gec.jp/jcm/kobo/mp150907.html (in English).

Related document in English:

Financing Programme for JCM Model Projects Public Offering Guidelines (tentative translation) : Download (.pdf)

Example of International Consortium Agreement : Download (.doc)

 

Collaborative Financing Programme (previously called Leap-Frog Project Programme )

Items

Date

Starting date of call for proposal

April-20, 2015

Deadline for entities to submit their application

October-16, 2015

Selection of projects

Within 4 months from receiving the application

 

 Please refer to http://gec.jp/jcm/jp/kobo/jica150420.html for further information and application documents.

(Closed) Call for Proposal on JCM REDD+ Model Project in FY2015

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for "REDD+ Model Project" proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015 "REDD+ Model Pro

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for "REDD+ Model Project" proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015

"REDD+ Model Project" aims to promote reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation, forest conservation, and sustainable forest management, as well as carry out activities for the enhancement of forest carbon stocks to contribute to the greenhouse gas emissions reduction through the JCM scheme. The call for proposal agenda is set as follows:

Items

Date

Starting date of call for request

June-12, 2015

Deadline for entities to submit their application

July-6, 2015

Planned date of selecting REDD+ model projects

End of July, 2015

MOEJ entrusted the Global Environment Centre Foundation as a secretariat to conduct implementation management for this scheme. Please refer to http://gec.jp/jcm/jp/kobo/redd2015.html for further information and application documents.

Please also send project information using Project Idea Note format to secretariat@jcmindonesia.com (please refer to http://www.jcmindonesia.com/en/participate/propose-a-project).

(Closed) Call for Proposal on Large Scale JCM Feasibility Study in FY2015 (second call)

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for "Large Scale JCM Feasibility Study" proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015 Th

Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for "Large Scale JCM Feasibility Study" proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015

This scheme encourages GHG emissions reduction activities on the city and regional scale and realizes a low carbon society by utilizing inter-city corporation between Japanese and Indonesian local government. Japanese local governments, research institutes, private companies and universities are co-operate and adjust the advanced low carbon technologies and systems to fit the local conditions to establish sustainable operation and maintenance systems in Indonesia. The agenda is set as follows: 

Items

Date

Start call for request

June-8, 2015

Deadline for entities to submit their application

July-9, 2015

Planned date of selecting FS

End of July, 2015

 

Please refer to http://www.env.go.jp/press/101072.html for further information and application documents. 

Please also send project information using Project Idea Note format to secretariat@jcmindonesia.com (please refer to http://www.jcmindonesia.com/en/participate/propose-a-project).

Promoting Bilateral Mechanisms in Asia and the Pacific - A Workshop on the Joint Crediting Mechanism : Pengunaan dana Jepang - ADB dalam Skema JCM

Jakarta – Asian Development Bank (ADB) telah bekerjasama dengan Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian pada 21-22 Mei 2015 l

Jakarta – Asian Development Bank (ADB) telah bekerjasama dengan Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian pada 21-22 Mei 2015 lalu dalam penyelenggaraan workshop bertema Promoting Bilateral Mechanism in Asia and the Pacific: A Workshop on the Joint Crediting Mechanism, di Hotel Crowne Plaza, Jakarta. Acara yang berlangsung selama dua hari ini menjadi bagian dari aktivitas diseminasi informasi mengenai skema JCM di Indonesia terhadap berbagai pihak pemangku kepentingan terutama lembaga-lembaga keuangan di Indonesia.

Dibuka oleh Asisten Deputi Kerjasama Ekonomi Multilateral dan Pembiayaan, Bapak Rizal Edwin Manansang, workshop ini menghadirkan beberapa materi mencakup pengenalan terhadap skema JCM di Indonesia serta dana Pemerintah Jepang di ADB untuk skema JCM, serta penjelasan teknis mengenai pembiayaan proyek JCM dengan menggunakan dana pemerintah Jepang dalam ADB dan pembiayaan proyek di tingkat pemerintah lokal. Terdapat beberapa studi kasus, salah satu contoh studi kasus yang dipresentasikan dalam workshop ini adalah kerjasama antar kota Surabaya dengan Kitakyushu, Jepang yang melibatkan berbagai pihak swasta Jepang dan Indonesia dengan dukungan dari pemerintah lokal Surabaya terhadap sejumlah proyek di sektor efisiensi energi dan manajemen sampah. Diharapkan dengan terselenggaranya acara ini meningkatkan informasi partisipan mengenai penggunaan skema JCM dalam investasi rendah karbon yang sekaligus berkontribusi terhadap penurunan emisi karbon Indonesia.

 

Tiga Usulan Metodologi Baru JCM disahkan oleh Komite Bersama Indonesia - Jepang

Tangerang – 3 usulan metodologi proyek JCM akhirnya telah disetujui oleh Komite Bersama Indonesia-Jepang pada The Fourth JC Meeting In

Tangerang – 3 usulan metodologi proyek JCM akhirnya telah disetujui oleh Komite Bersama Indonesia-Jepang pada The Fourth JC Meeting Indonesia – Japan, 18 Mei 2015 lalu.

 

Metodologi – metodologi yang diakui dalam pertemuan yang telah dilaksanakan keempat kalinya tersebut antara lain adalah GHG emission reduction through optimization of Refinery Plant operation in IndonesiaGHG emission reductions through optimization of Boiler operation in Indonesia, dan Installation of a separate type fridge-freezer showcase by using natural refrigerant for grocery store to reduce air conditioning load inside thestore, version 1.0.

 

Pada pertemuan yang dilaksanakan di Hotel Santika Bintaro ini, membahas hal-hal pokok yang berkaitan dengan implementasi proyek, diskusi terhadap usulan penyusunan pedoman untuk metodologi REDD+ dalam skema JCM serta prosedur penerbitan kredit dan registri yang juga menjadi perhatian utama kedua belah pihak. Pihak pemerintah Jepang diwakili oleh Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup dan pihak pemerintah Indonesia yang diwakili oleh pihak Sekretariat JCM Indonesia menjelaskan rencana masing-masing terhadap penyusunan registri. Adapun rencana penerbitan kredit dalam skema JCM diharapkan akan terlaksana pada akhir tahun ini. 

 

(Closed) Call for Proposal on JCM Project Planning Study and JCM Feasibility Study in FY2015

The Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for project proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015. MOEJ is calling proposals for Project Plannin

The Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for project proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015.

MOEJ is calling proposals for Project Planning Study and Feasibility Study. The call for proposal and details for REDD+ financing programme will be announced at a later stage.

Please also send project information using Project Idea Note format to secretariat@jcmindonesia.com (please refer to http://www.jcmindonesia.com/en/participate/propose-a-project).

 

Project Planning Study and Feasibility Study (MOEJ financial support)

 

Items

Date

Starting date of call for proposal

May-26, 2015

Deadline for entities to submit their application

June-16, 2015

Planned date of selecting model projects

Beginning of July, 2015

 

Please refer to http://gec.jp/jcm/jp/kobo/psfs150522.html for further information and application documents.

*Added web link: http://gec.jp/jcm/jp/kobo/ps150526.html (PS) and http://gec.jp/jcm/jp/kobo/fs150526.html (FS) 

 

Call for Proposal on JCM Model Project (Closed) and Leap-Frog Project by MOE in FY2015

The Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for project proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015. MOEJ is calling proposals for Model Projects

The Ministry of the Environment Japan (MOEJ) is calling for project proposals for the Fiscal Year 2015.

MOEJ is calling proposals for Model Projects and Leap-frog Projects (in collaboration with JICA). The call for proposal and details for Leap-frog Projects utilizing ADB Trust Fund, Feasibility Study/Project Planning Study and REDD+ financing programme will be announced at a later stage.

Please also send project information using Project Idea Note format to secretariat@jcmindonesia.com (please refer to http://www.jcmindonesia.com/en/participate/propose-a-project).

Model Project (MOEJ financial support)

Items

Date

Starting date of call for proposal

April-20, 2015

Deadline for entities to submit their application

May-25, 2015

Planned date of selecting model projects

Middle or end of June, 2015

 

There may be second call for request starting from September depending on the amount of remaining budget.

Please refer to http://gec.jp/jcm/jp/kobo/mp150420.html for further information and application documents.

  

Leap-frog project (JICA etc. financial support for expansion of low-carbon technologies)

Items

Date

Starting date of call for proposal

April-20, 2015

Deadline for entities to submit their application

October-16, 2015

Selection of projects

Within 4 months from receiving the application

 

 Please refer to http://gec.jp/jcm/jp/kobo/jica150420.html for further information and application documents.

 

The Second JCM Business Forum : Kontribusi Sektor Bisnis melalui Skema JCM untuk Pembangunan Rendah Karbon

Jakarta - April 2015—Sekretariat JCM (Joint Crediting Mechanism) Indonesia (Indonesia JCM Secretariat) dan JICA bekerja sama dengan Energy Nusan

Jakarta - April 2015—Sekretariat JCM (Joint Crediting Mechanism) Indonesia (Indonesia JCM Secretariat) dan JICA bekerja sama dengan Energy Nusantara telah menyelenggarakan The Second JCM Business Forum Kamis, 30 April 2015 jam 8.30 di Hotel Aryaduta, Jakarta. Kegiatan ini dihadiri oleh Utusan Khusus Presiden untuk Perubahan Iklim, Rachmat Witoelar, perwakilan pemerintah Indonesia dan Jepang, serta perusahaan Indonesia dan Jepang.

Acara yang dibuka oleh Rizal Edwin Manangsang, wakil dari Kementerian Koordinator untuk Perekonomian, Ishiuchi Osamu dari Kedutaan Besar Jepang untuk Indonesia dan Rachmat Witoelar ini merupakan forum bagi sektor-sektor swasta yang telah ikut atau tertarik pada investasi hijau. Forum ini mengulas kesempatan-kesempatan yang bisa didapat melalui skema JCM dan pembiayaan proyek-proyek rendah karbon.

“Skema JCM merupakan kerjasama bilateral antara Pemerintah Indonesia dan Pemerintah Jepang untuk mengurangi emisi dan mencapai pertumbuhan ekonomi yang berkelanjutan,” jelas Dicky Edwin Hindarto, Kepala Sekretariat JCM Indonesia.

Selain membahas skema JCM, forum bisnis kamis lalu juga mendiskusikan kesempatan-kesempatan pembiayaan yang dapat mendukung skema JCM oleh Jun Ichihara dari Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) dan Arianto Wibowo dari PT Penjaminan Infrastruktur (Persero). Sedangkan pengalaman salah satu partisipan proyek JCM disampaikan oleh Durain Parmanoan dari PT Semen Indonesia.

Skema JCM merupakan salah satu langkah penting dan nyata untuk mewujudkan komitmen Pemerintah Indonesia yang dicanangkan tahun 2009, yaitu mengurangi emisi gas rumah kaca (GRK) nasional sebesar 26% dengan upaya sendiri, dan hingga 41% dengan bantuan internasional, pada tahun 2020, dihitung dari tingkat emisi jika Indonesia tidak melakukan upaya pengurangan emisi. Sektor swasta memegang peran penting dalam implementasi skema JCM dan The Second Business Forum akan menjadi wadah diskusi para pelaku bisnis dalam penerapan pengembangan rendah karbon. (RKA-EB)

Potensi Studi Kelayakan dan Proyek JCM Perlu Terus Dieksplorasi

Jakarta – Penggunaan skema Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) sebagai insentif penggunaan teknologi rendah karbon di berbagai sektor

Jakarta – Penggunaan skema Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) sebagai insentif penggunaan teknologi rendah karbon di berbagai sektor strategis perlu terus ditingkatkan untuk mendukung pembangunan rendah karbon di Indonesia melalui eksplorasi studi kelayakan dan proyek. Harapan ini disampaikan melalui dialog antara para pelaku studi kelayakan proyek JCM dengan perwakilan pemerintah Indonesia dan pemangku kepentingan lainnya dalam pertemuan tahunan Pelaporan Studi Kelayakan JCM di Hotel Crowne Plaza Jakarta, 11 Februari 2015.

Sebanyak 21 studi kelayakan dilaporkan dalam pertemuan dua hari tersebut, menambah panjang daftar 75 studi yang sudah dilaporkan sejak tahun 2011. Studi yang dilaporkan mencakup beberapa sektor strategis seperti efisiensi energi, alih tata guna lahan dan kehutanan, energi terbarukan dan utilisasi energi tidak terpakai, serta kota rendah karbon. Studi dilakukan oleh berbagai kalangan mulai dari perusahaan swasta, lembaga riset, hingga pemerintah kota dari Indonesia dan Jepang.

Efisiensi energi dan alih tata guna lahan serta kehutanan mendominasi sektor yang dieksplorasi tahun ini. Potensi efisiensi energi ditelaah dalam berbagai industri mulai dari pabrik kertas (efisiensi proses), pusat penyimpanan data (manajemen energi), hingga telekomunikasi (teknologi tribrid untuk base transceiver station). Selain itu, terdapat pula studi dalam sektor persampahan dan kota rendah karbon yang dilakukan di Surabaya dan Bandung.

Berbagai kegiatan ini memperkuat kepemimpinan Indonesia dalam skema JCM di dunia. Takaaki Ito, perwakilan dari Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup Jepang, serta Dicky Edwin Hindarto dari Sekretariat JCM Indonesia menyampaikan bahwa Indonesia dan Jepang telah mendaftarkan proyek perdana JCM dan menyetujui empat metodologi pengukuran, pelaporan, dan verifikasi penurunan gas rumah kaca yang dicapai proyek.

Dalam sesi diskusi sektor industri menyatakan harapan atas dukungan lebih untuk berbagai potensi penghematan energi sementara para praktisi sektor lahan dan kehutanan mendorong adanya implementasi proyek dengan sistem safeguard yang kuat. Diskusi dalam sektor lain seperti transportasi, persampahan dan kota rendah karbon juga terjadi secara intensif, khususnya pada tataran kebijakan publik.

Deputi Kerjasama Internasional Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian, Rizal Affandi Lukman mengharapkan studi-studi yang dinilai layak dilanjutkan dapat diimplementasikan sebagai proyek nyata. Hal senada juga disampaikan oleh Yoshiko Kijima, Minister for Economic Affairs and Development, Kedutaan Jepang di Indonesia yang mengharapkan JCM dapat berkontribusi terhadap pembangunan rendah karbon yang berkelanjutan di Indonesia. (ARY/L)

Siaran Pers Pertemuan Pelaporan Studi Kelayakan Skema Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) di Indonesia - Tahun Anggaran 2014

SIARAN PERS PERTEMUAN PELAPORAN STUDI KELAYAKAN SKEMA JOINT CREDITING MECHANISM (JCM) DI INDONESIA TAHUN ANGGARAN 2014   Tentang P

SIARAN PERS

PERTEMUAN PELAPORAN STUDI KELAYAKAN

SKEMA JOINT CREDITING MECHANISM (JCM) DI INDONESIA

TAHUN ANGGARAN 2014

 

Tentang Pertemuan Hari Ini

Pertemuan Pelaporan Studi Kelayakan periode tahun anggaran 2014 adalah salah satu kegiatan tahunan yang dilakukan dengan kerjasama antara Pemerintah Indonesia dan Pemerintah Jepang sejak tahun 2011.  Pertemuan ini dimaksudkan untuk mendapatkan masukan dari para pihak terkait mengenai hasil studi kelayakan yang dilakukan oleh pemerintah dan pihak swasta Jepang bekerja sama dengan pemerintah dan pihak swasta Indonesia.

 

Pertemuan tahunan juga dilakukan dengan maksud untuk menyebarkan informasi mengenai hasil temuan dalam studi kelayakan dan capaian kegiatan JCM secara keseluruhan selama tahun berjalan.  Pertemuan Pelaporan Studi Kelayakan periode tahun anggaran 2014 ini berlangsung selama 2 (dua) hari dengan jumlah studi yang dilaporkan sebanyak 21 (dua puluh satu) studi kelayakan.

 

Tentang Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM)

Sebagai salah satu usaha mengurangi emisi dan mencapai pertumbuhan ekonomi yang berkelanjutan, Pemerintah Indonesia dan Jepang menyepakati kerjasama Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) atau Mekanisme Kredit Bersama (MKB). JCM mendorong kerjasama antara institusi Jepang dan Indonesia untuk berinvestasi dalam kegiatan pembangunan rendah karbon di Indonesia melalui insentif dari Pemerintah Jepang. Perjanjian Kerjasama Bilateral untuk Kemitraan Pertumbuhan Rendah Karbon antara Republik Indonesia dan Jepang telah ditandatangani oleh kedua negara melalui Menteri Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian Indonesia dan Menteri Luar Negeri Jepang pada Agustus 2013 secara terpisah. Sampai saat ini, terdapat 12 negara berkembang yang telah menandatangani perjanjian kerja sama skema JCM dengan Jepang yaitu Indonesia, Vietnam, Mongolia, Palau, Meksiko, Maladewa, Ethiopia, Kosta Rika, Laos, Kamboja, Kenya, dan Bangladesh.

 

Dasar kegiatan JCM adalah implementasi pembanguan rendah karbon melalui proyek-proyek yang disetujui oleh kedua negara dalam berbagai bidang seperti efisiensi energi, pemanfaatan energi terbarukan, penurunan emisi pada alih tata guna lahan, dan lain-lain. Penurunan emisi yang dihasilkan oleh proyek rendah karbon dari proyek JCM akan diukur menggunakan metode Pengukuran, Pelaporan, dan Verifikasi (Measurement, Reporting, and Verification/MRV) berstandar internasional yang disetujui kedua negara. Besar penurunan emisi (kredit karbon) akan dicatat dan dapat digunakan untuk memenuhi target penurunan emisi Indonesia dan Jepang sesuai pembagian yang disepakati.

 

Tentang Perkembangan Kegiatan JCM Terkini di Indonesia

Jenis kegiatan utama JCM mencakup studi kelayakan (feasibility study/FS) dan proyek dengan insentif dari Pemerintah Jepang. Apabila dinilai layak untuk diimplementasikan dan disetujui oleh kedua negara, maka FS dapat dilanjutkan menjadi proyek implementasi. Pada 2010-2013 telah dilakukan 75 FS yang sudah dilaporkan kepada Pemerintah Indonesia dan pada pertemuan ini akan dilaporkan 21 FS. Pada 2013-2014 tengah dilakukan proses implementasi 3 demonstration project  (yang dibiayai oleh Ministry of Energy, Trade, and Industry/METI) dan 8 model project (yang dibiayai Ministry of Environment) di Indonesia. Di antara 12 negara rekan JCM, Indonesia merupakan negara dengan perkembangan JCM yang terdepan dengan jumlah FS dan implementasi proyek terbanyak.

Pada Oktober 2014, Komite Bersama atau Joint Committee  sebagai perwakilan pemerintah kedua negara telah menyepakati pencatatan proyek perdana JCM di Indonesia dan juga di dunia, yaitu “Energy Saving for Air-Conditioning and Process Cooling by Introducing High-efficiency Centrifugal Chiller” (“Penghematan energi dalam pendinginan udara dan proses pendinginan dengan memperkenalkan chiller sentrifugal berefisiensi tinggi di Indonesia”).

Selain itu, telah dilakukan ground breaking proyek pembangkitan listrik dari panas buang industri(Waste Heat Recovery Utilization) yang dilakukan di PT Semen Indonesia Tuban. Proyek ini merupakan proyek terbesar di JCM saat ini dengan nilai investasi mencapai 52 juta USD dan akan menghasilkan listrik sebesar 30,4 MW dengan penurunan emisi diperkirakan sebesar 122.000 tCO2/tahun.

Sebagai bagian dari kegiatan low-carbon development  atau pembangunan rendah karbon, proyek JCM wajib memasukkan unsur capacity building (peningkatan kapasitas) dan transfer teknologi kepada pihak Indonesia, baik berupa pembinaan usaha manufaktur, sumber daya manusia, maupun bentuk lainnya. Hal ini diminta untuk memberi nilai tambah pada manfaat kegiatan investasi hijau yang dilakukan.

Dalam konteks negosiasi internasional di bawah United Nation Framework Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC), pada tanggal 10 Desember 2014 di Conference of Parties UNFCCC ke-20 (COP 20) di Lima, Peru, perwakilan setingkat menteri dari Pemerintah Jepang dan 12 negara rekan JCM bertemu dalam High-level Roundtable untuk menyatakan komitmen dalam mendukung JCM sebagai skema yang diadopsi oleh UNFCCC.

Pemerintah Indonesia dan Jepang berkomitmen untuk terus melanjutkan skema JCM. Pemerintah Indonesia akan terus melakukan upaya peningkatan investasi, pengembangan berbagai instrumen teknis, serta peningkatan peran serta pihak swasta sebagai pelaku proyek maupun peran lainnya. Pada tahun 2015, diharapkanproyek-proyek yang sedang berjalan dapat diregistrasi dan lebih dari 7 metodologi pengukuran penurunan emisi dapat disetujui mengikuti 4 metodologi yang telah disetujui pada 2014. Pemerintah Indonesia dan Jepang juga berupaya bersama-sama agar skema ini secara resmi diakui oleh UNFCCC.

 

Demonstration Project

 

 

Proyek dan Pelakunya

Ekspekstasi Penurunan Emisi GRK

 

Remote Auto-Monitoring System for Thin-Film Solar Power Plant in Indonesia 

(Konsorsium Sharp & PLN)

1.433

tCO2/tahun

Energy Saving by Optimum Operation at Oil Refinery  (Konsorsium Yokogawa & Pertamina)

3.400         

tCO2/tahun

Utility Facility Operation Optimization Technology (Konsorsium Azbil & Pertamina)

58.000

tCO2/tahun

Model Project

 

 

Proyek dan Pelakunya

Ekspekstasi Penurunan Emisi GRK

 

Power generation by waste heat recovery in cement industry(Konsorsium JFE Engineering Corporation & PT. Semen Indonesia Tbk.)

122.000

tCO2/tahun

Energy Savings at Convenience Stores

(Konsorsium Lawson & PT Midi Utama Indonesia, Tbk)

33

tCO2/toko/tahun

Chiller Project of Introducing High Efficiency Refrigerator to a Food Industry Cold Storage in Indonesia

(Konsorsium Mayekawa Manufacturing Company & PT Adib Global Food Supplies)

213

tCO2/tahun

Energy saving through introduction of regenerative burners to the aluminum holding furnace of the automotive components manufacturer

(Konsorsium Toyotsu Machinery Corporation, PT. Yamaha Motor Parts Manufacturing Indonesia, Hokuriku Techno Co.Ltd., PT. Matahari Wasiso Utama)

856

tCO2/tahun

Solar power hybrid System installation to existing base transceiver stations in off-grid area

(Konsorsium ITOCHU Corporation & PT. Telekomunikasi Selular)

2.786

tCO2/tahun

Energy saving for textile factory facility cooling by high efficiency centrifugal chiller

(Konsorsium Ebara Refrigeration Equipment & System Co., PT. Nikawa Textile Industry, PT. Ebara Indonesia)

104

tCO2/tahun

Energy saving by double bundle-type heat pump

(Konsorsium Toyota Tsusho Corporation dan PT TTL Indonesia)

Dalam penghitungan (proyek mengalami desain ulang)

 

Energy saving for air-conditioning at textile factory(Konsorsium Ebara Refrigeration Equipment & Systems  dan PT Primatexco Industri)

Dalam penghitungan (proyek mengalami desain ulang)

 

 

Proyek teregistrasi

 

 

Proyek dan Pelakunya

Ekspekstasi Penurunan Emisi GRK

 

Energy saving for air-conditioning and process cooling at textile factory

(Konsorsium Ebara Refrigeration Equipment & Systems, Nippon Koei, dan PT Primatexco)

107

tCO2/tahun

 

Jakarta, 11 Februari 2015

Sekretariat JCM Indonesia

PDF version : Siaran Pers Pelaporan Studi Kelayakan JCM JFY 2014

JCM High-Level Roundtable di UNFCCC COP20, Lima - Peru

Pada tanggal 10 Desember 2014, Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup Jepang menjadi tuan rumah “JCM High-level Roundtable”, pertemuan antara pejaba

Pada tanggal 10 Desember 2014, Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup Jepang menjadi tuan rumah “JCM High-level Roundtable”, pertemuan antara pejabat tinggi 12 negara rekan JCM. Pertemuan ini diadakan dalam rangkaian "United Nations Framework Convention Conference of the Parties to the 20th Meeting on Climate Change” (UNFCCC COP 20) di Paviliun Jepang di Lima, Peru.

Yoshio Mochizuki,Menteri Lingkungan Hidup Jepang, memimpin pertemuan dimana tiap wakil menyampaikan perkembangan terakhir JCM di negara masing-masing. Bapak Rizal Edwin Manansang, Asisten Deputi Urusan Kerjasama Ekonomi Multilateral dan Pembiayaan, Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian Indonesia, menyampaikan perkembangan JCM di Indonesia, dimana proyek JCM pertama di dunia telah didaftarkan dan empat metodologi penghitungan penurunan emisi gas rumah kaca telah disetujui. Para wakil menyambut baik perkembangan JCM di dunia dan bertekad meneruskan pelaksanaan JCM di negara masing-masing melalui kerjasama dengan pihak-pihak terkait.

Berdasarkan hasil pertemuan ini, Pemerintah Jepang dan 12 negara penandatangan JCM telah mengeluarkan pernyataan bersama. Dipimpin oleh Jepang, JCM akan dilanjutkan oleh para negara yang terlibat untuk mempromosikan pencegahan pemanasan global dan pengurangan emisi gas rumah kaca pada skala global dengan memanfaatkan teknologi rendah karbon yang terdepan. (ARY)

Liputan acara ini juga dirilis di situs Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup Jepang : 

http://www.env.go.jp/press/19004.html dan http://www.mmechanisms.org/e/initiatives/141210_JCMroundtable.html. 

The JCM On Track To Becoming an Effective Mechanism To Support Public and Private Mitigation Actions

Lima - The JCM is on track to becoming an effective mechanism to support public and private sector mitigation actions, providing continuous impro

Lima - The JCM is on track to becoming an effective mechanism to support public and private sector mitigation actions, providing continuous improvements to overcome barriers are ensured. This message appears in the “The JCM Implementation in Indonesia, from methodologies to project development” session at the Indonesia Pavilion at UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP) 20, hosted by the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), and Indonesia JCM Secretariat.

Aiming to complement the CDM by tackling its challenges, the JCM is designed to promote technology transfer for entities through feasibility studies and projects, such as solar power plants, energy efficiency in factories, and REDD+, according to Mr. Toshiaki Nagata, Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry Japan.

The JCM methodologies to measure, report, and verify emissions reductions are being ensured to incorporate simplicity, robustness, transparency and environmental integrity, explains Mr. Naoki Torii of Ministry of the Environment Japan.  However, Dr. Lawin Bastian of the National Council on Climate Change (NCCC) Indonesia emphasizes that how these verified reductions contributes to the achievement of national targets and the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) remain to be assessed. 

On the level of practice, the JCM is progressing rapidly, according to Mr. Durain Parmanoan from PT Semen Indonesia. For improving the JCM capacity in fulfilling private sector’s expectation, he hopes for designation of third party entities from Indonesia, more balance in MRV cost sharing, and project appraisal management.

From the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) persective, Mr. Jeff Swartz sees the JCM as a a meaningful bilateral partnership, very detailed in considerations above and beyond what was seen in the CDM, although contribution to private sectors’ goals are still too early to determine. Dr. Osamu Bannai of the Global Environmental Center added that the JCM so far shows effectiveness and good directions for contributing to the global efforts.

These expectations and directions, along with other significant barriers such as financing, public awareness, domestic policies, needs to be further addressed by both governments, say Mr. Jun Ichihara of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and Aryanie Amellina of the Indonesia JCM Secretariat. Continuous stakeholders engagement with the public and private entities and capacity building play a key role in ensuring the success of this mechanism. They convey that both governments will work together continuously for the improvement of the JCM to support stakeholders’ expectations and help them achieve their goals. (ARY)

Supporting Private Sector with JCM for Indonesia Pavilion COP 20 Session

Lima, Peru - On 3 December 2014, the Indonesia JCM Secretariat participated in Indonesia Pavilion session in COP 20. Indonesia Pavilion 

Lima, Peru - On 3 December 2014, the Indonesia JCM Secretariat participated in Indonesia Pavilion session in COP 20. Indonesia Pavilion is a knowledge sharing platform for actual and real climate actions and efforts in Indonesia, either as domestic efforts as well as through its strategic partnership with ASEAN Member States and other multilateral or bilateral cooperation. The session, which is entitled “Pathways to a Low Carbon Asia”, covers the different approaches in Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam in respond to low carbon development from policy perspective, institutional enablers, capacity building and roles of private sectors.

In this session, the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) appears as an alternative mechanism of bilateral scheme with Japan for private sector in contributing to low-carbon development. Indonesia as the most progressed host country of JCM scheme shows private sectors, with JCM, are more aware of their GHG emission and implementing low-carbon technology can improve their competitiveness and brand image. Through JCM, private sectors are expected to contribute to real low-emission development, transfer of technology, deliver sustainable development, reduce GHG emission, spreading low-carbon technology implementation, and also the co-benefits, such as increase the number of employment and increase the number of investment.

Climate change appears as one of the biggest issue of the 21st century and shifting the economic development path to a low carbon one, has been a respond by the global community. Asia, with its large size of economy and energy demand, is expected to play a key role in combating the growing increase of GHG emissions.

JCM at COP 20 |CMP 10 - 2 - 11 December 2014

Indonesian Pavilion - JCM Side Event Agenda  "The Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) - Implementation in Indonesia from Methodologies to Proje

Indonesian Pavilion - JCM Side Event Agenda 

"The Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) - Implementation in Indonesia from Methodologies to Project Development"

2 December 2014

The session aims to disseminate and discuss development and current situation of JCM implementation (institutional mechanism and projects) and methodologies in Indonesia, especially in its contribution to energy conservation programs in Indonesia, and how these aspects could be further improved. The session is jointly organized by Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs of Indonesia, the Indonesia JCM Secretariat, and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

Chair of the session : Mr. Dicky Edwin Hindarto, Head of Secretariat, Indonesia JCM Secretariat 

10:00 - 10:05

 Introduction to Dialogue by Mr. Dicky Edwin Hindarto, Indonesia JCM Secretariat

10:05 - 10:20

 Keynote Speech : The JCM Technology Transfer by Mr. Takeshi Nagasawa, Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry Japan

10:20 - 10:30

 The JCM support for energy-related mitigation actions in Indonesia by Mr. Lawin Bastian, National Council of Climate Change Indonesia

10:30 - 10:40

 Incorporating simplicity, robustness, transparency, and environmental integrity in the JCM methodology development

 by Mr. Naoki Torii, Ministry of Environment Japan

10:40 - 10:50

 Lessons from Indonesia for JCM project planning and implementation by Mr. Jun Ichihara, 

 Japan International Cooperation Agency

10:50 - 11:05 

 How well does the JCM answer private sector needs? by Mr. Durain Parmanoan & Mr. Rahadi Mahardika,

 PT. Semen Indonesia

11:05 - 11:15 

 Leveraging the Indonesian stakeholders participation to the JCM by Ms. Aryanie Amellina, Indonesia JCM Secretariat 

11:15 - 11:30 

 Question and Answers 

11:30 - 11:45 

 Panel Discussion and Commentaries : 

 Panelists : Mr. Osamu Bannai, Global Environment Centre Foundation & Mr. Jeff Swartz, International Emissions Trading Association

11:45 - 11:55 

 Open Discussion 

11:55 - 12:00

 Conclusion and Closing

 

"High Level Session on Policy Development and Financing under the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) in Indonesia" 

9 December 2014

This High-Level Session aims to share development and overview of bilateral policies on the JCM and green investment for the JCM in Indonesia to promote climate change mitigation, after its last session at COP 19, Warsaw ("JCM in Indonesia: from Japan Proposal to Real Implementation"). The session is co-organized by Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs of Indonesia and Indonesia JCM Secretariat. 

 

Chair of The Session : Ms. Amanda Katili Niode, Head of Secretariat, National Council on Climate Change Indonesia

 

10:00 - 10:05

 Introduction to Dialogue by Ms. Amanda Katili Niode, National Council on Climate Change Indonesia

10:05 - 10:20

 Opening Remarks by Mr. Rachmat Witoelar, Head of Indonesian COP 20 Delegations

10:20 - 10:35

 Opening Remarks by Mr. Soichiro Seki, Vice-Minister of Global Environment, Ministry of the Environment Japan

10:35 - 10:50

 Keynote Speech : JCM standpoint and current development in Indonesian strategic policy for low-carbon growth,

 by Mr. Rizal Edwin Manansang, Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs Indonesia

10:50 - 11:00

 The road to net emission reductions through the JCM by Mr. Yuji Mizuno, Ministry of the Environment Japan

11:00 - 11:10 

 Indonesian policies on emission reduction programs by Ms. Emma Rachmawaty, Ministry of the Environment Indonesia

11:10 - 11:20 

 Question and Answers

11:20 - 11:50 

 Panel Discussion and Commentaries 

 Panelists :

  • Mr. Andrei Marcu, The Centre for European Policy Studies
  • Mr. EL Hadji Mbaye M.DIAGNE, Directeur, Afrique-Energie-Environnement
  • Ms. Xueman Wang, Climate Policy and Finance Unit, The World Bank 

11:50 - 12:00 

Conclusion and Closing

 

 

For the detail coverage of Indonesian Pavilion at COP20, Lima - Peru, visit : Indonesian Pavilion COP20 

Other links:

UNFCCC Website page for COP 20 : LIMA COP20 | CMP 10

Special website for Japan Pavilion at COP 20, Lima - Peru : Japan Pavilion COP 20

Japan Pavilion Side Event about JCM 8 December 2014 : Japan Pavilion Side Event Schedule

 

Pertama di Dunia, Proyek dalam Skema JCM Disetujui pada Pertemuan Komite Bersama Ketiga Indonesia

Bogor - Komite Bersama Indonesia dan Jepang kembali bertemu dalam "The Third JC Meeting" yang diselenggarakan pada 30-31 Oktober 2014 l

Bogor - Komite Bersama Indonesia dan Jepang kembali bertemu dalam "The Third JC Meeting" yang diselenggarakan pada 30-31 Oktober 2014 lalu. Pada pertemuan ini, pihak Indonesia dan Jepang dari berbagai kementerian dan institusi terkait mendiskusikan beberapa hal terkait perkembangan implementasi Joint Crediting Mechanism.

Pertemuan yang dilaksanakan dalam dua hari tersebut dimulai dengan laporan perkembangan proyek JCM yang telah masuk ke Indonesia yang disertai oleh laporan dari partisipan proyek dari PT. Adib Global Food Supplies terkait proyek "Installation of Energy-efficient Refrigerators Using Natural Refrigerant at Food Industry Cold Storage and Frozen Food Processing Plant", pengusulan perubahan terkait aturan dan pedoman dalam JCM, penunjukkan pihak ketiga sebagai pihak verifikator dan validator, serta menyetujui dua metodologi baru dalam skema JCM, dan beberapa agenda penting lainnya.

Dalam pertemuan tersebut pula, Komite Bersama berhasil mengesahkan proyek pertama dalam skema JCM di dunia yaitu proyek "Penghematan energi untuk pendingin udara dan proses pada pabrik tekstil". Proyek ini merupakan kerjasama antara PT. Primatexco Indonesia dengan Nippon Koei Co. Ltd. dan Ebara Refrigeration Equipment and Systems Co.,Ltd.

Dengan proyek pertama ini, JCM diharapkan sebagai skema investasi alternatif dalam pembangunan rendah karbon guna mendukung pengendalian emisi gas rumah kaca dan pembangunan berkelanjutan selain Clean Development Mechanism. Di Indonesia sendiri, implementasi JCM sudah terdapat 75 studi kelayakan (FS) yang telah dilakukan dan 8 FS dalam proses, 9 proyek model, dan 3 proyek demonstrasi. JCM diharapkan bisa memberikan manfaat terutama dalam bidang penyediaan teknologi serta pembangunan berkelanjutan bagi Indonesia.

Anda dapat mengakses materi hasil JC Meeting 3 pada link halaman berikut : Laporan

Semen Indonesia Melakukan Penanaman Batu Pertama Proyek JCM "Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation"

Tuban – PT. Semen Indonesia bekerjasama dengan JFE engineering Jepang telah memulai proyek pembangkit listrik berkapasitas maksimum 30,6 MW

Tuban – PT. Semen Indonesia bekerjasama dengan JFE engineering Jepang telah memulai proyek pembangkit listrik berkapasitas maksimum 30,6 MW di Pabrik Tuban I – IV. Penanaman batu pertama (ground breaking) proyek ini dilaksanakan di Pabrik Tuban pada 22 Oktober 2014 lalu dengan dihadiri oleh undangan dari berbagai pihak, termasuk pihak kementerian terkait dan pemerintah daerah setempat.

Proyek pembangkit listrik ini merupakan salah satu proyek dibawah skema Joint Crediting Mechanism dengan nama “Waste Heat Recovery Power Generation” dimana pembangkit listrik akan bekerja berdasar pemanfaatan energi panas buang dari 4 unit pabrik semen di lokasi tersebut. Pembangkit WHRPG ini memiliki cara kerja yang sama dengan PLTU biasa, namun untuk menghasilkan uap panas dalam WHRPG ini digunakan panas buang operasional pabrik.

Menurut Semen Indonesia, proyek dengan besaran investasi mencapai Rp 638 miliar ini akan dikerjakan selama 26 bulan, dari Oktober 2014 dan direncanakan beroperasi pada semester II-2016. Dengan pembangunan proyek ini, Semen Indonesia dapat mengurangi penggunaan listrik dari PLN sebesar 152 juta kWh per tahun dengan penghematan biaya sekitar 120 miliar per tahun. Output sebesar 30,6 MW  dari pembangkit listrik ini setara dengan sepertiga dari konsumsi listrik empat unit pabrik Tuban yang mencapai 140 MW.

Dengan pembangkit listrik tenaga panas buang ini, Semen Indonesia melakukan efisiensi terhadap biaya listrik dan sekaligus berkontribusi terhadap target Indonesia untuk mengurangi emisi gas rumah kaca hingga 26%. Estimasi pengurangan emisi dari proyek ini mencapai 122.000 ton CO2 per tahun.

Mayekawa - Adib Global Food Supplies Implementasikan Efisiensi Energi dengan Teknologi Pendingin tanpa Flourocarbon

Karawang - Mayekawa Manufacturing Company dengan PT. Adib Global Food Supplies telah bekerjasama dalam proyek efisiensi energi "En

Karawang - Mayekawa Manufacturing Company dengan PT. Adib Global Food Supplies telah bekerjasama dalam proyek efisiensi energi "Energy Efficient Refrigerants to Cold Chain Industries" dibawah skema proyek model Joint Crediting Mechanism. Dikunjungi oleh Sekretariat JCM Indonesia serta perwakilan kementerian terkait pada 23 September 2014 lalu, teknologi pendingin tanpa flourocarbon yang dikenalkan Mayekawa telah sukses berjalan di pabrik pengolahan makanan PT. Adib Global Food Supplies, Karawang. Teknologi pendingin yaitu Intelligent Quick Freezer memanfaatkan kombinasi ammonia serta karbon dioksida sebagai pendingin, menggantikan fungsi kamar pendingin berbasis freon. Teknologi ini dilengkapi pula oleh online data transfer yang memudahkan pengecekan berkala terhadap kondisi Intellegent Quick Freezer

Penggunaan Intelligent Freezer telah membantu meningkatkan efisiensi energi pada proses pembekuan bahan makanan. Peningkatan produksi pun dirasakan dari sebelumnya 2 ton perhari menjadi 4 ton perhari. Penginstalasian teknologi ini juga dilakukan pada lokasi pabrik baru PT. Adib Global Food Supplies di Bekasi. Namun, untuk saat ini teknologi tersebut masih belum mulai dioperasikan dan direncanakan akhir Oktober 2014 akan mulai diimplementasikan. Berbeda dengan Karawang, hanya bagian kompressor Intelligent Quick Freezer saja yang terpasang di Bekasi dan berkapasitas lebih besar daripada Karawang. Pihak Mayekawa menyatakan bahwa produk mereka dapat menghemat energi hingga 20% dibandingkan produk lainnya di pasaran. 

Proyek kerjasama Mayekawa Manufacturing Company & PT. Adib Global Food Supplies ini masuk sebagai proyek model Joint Crediting Mechanism yang merupakan kerjasama bilateral Indonesia & Jepang dalam pembangunan rendah karbon. Dibawah skema proyek model, pihak swasta yang terkait dalam proyek akan mendapatkan subsidi dari pihak Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup Jepang. Sekretariat JCM Indonesia melaksanakan kegiatan site visit secara berkala dalam rangka kewajiban untuk memonitor dan evaluasi terhadap perkembangan terkini proyek - proyek dibawah Joint Crediting Mechanism. Saat ini, tercatat 8 model proyek yang resmi dalam mekanisme bilateral kedua negara ini termasuk proyek Mayekawa Manufacturing Company & PT. Adib Global Food Supplies.  

Sekretariat JCM Indonesia dan Kementerian Terkait Kunjungi PT. Semen Indonesia

Tuban - Pada tanggal 25 Juni 2014 Sekretariat JCM, Kemenko Perekonomian dan Kementerian ESDM berkesempatan mengunjungi PT Semen Indonesia di Tuba

Tuban - Pada tanggal 25 Juni 2014 Sekretariat JCM, Kemenko Perekonomian dan Kementerian ESDM berkesempatan mengunjungi PT Semen Indonesia di Tuban, Jawa Timur. Pada kunjungan ini dilakukan diskusi dengan pihak manajemen PT. Semen Indonesia untuk mengetahui status terakhir proyek JCM.

PT. Semen Indonesia bersama dengan JFE Engineering sebagai rekanan Jepang tengah menjalankan proyek berjudul “Pembangkit listrik dengan pemanfaatan panas buang pada industri semen”. Proyek berskala investasi 526 miliar rupiah ini memanfaatkan panas buang yang dihasilkan pabrik untuk menggerakan generator uap agar menghasilkan listrik.

PT. Semen Indonesia tertarik melakukan proyek ini karena selain ramah lingkungan dan dapat menurunkan emisi gas rumah kaca, efisiensi energi di pabrik juga dapat ditingkatkan. Dengan pemanfaatan panas buang ini PT Semen Indonesia dapat menghemat sekitar 85% biaya listrik. Selain itu, emisi sebanyak 122.000 ton CO2 diekspektasi dapat dikurangi per tahunnya.

Saat ini, proyek berada dalam tahap desain teknis dan pembelian (procurement) peralatan utama dan proyek direncanakan selesai pada Desember 2016 (RKA).

Perwakilan Indonesia dan Jepang Kunjungi Proyek JCM di Batang

Batang - Sekretariat Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) Indonesia, Sekretariat JCM Jepang, dan Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC)

Batang - Sekretariat Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) Indonesia, Sekretariat JCM Jepang, dan Global Environment Centre Foundation (GEC) Jepang mengunjungi pabrik tekstil PT. Primatexco Indonesia di Kabupaten Batang, Jawa Tengah pada 12 Juni 2014. Di pabrik ini dilakukan implementasi proyek JCM yang pertama di Indonesia yaitu “Penghematan energi untuk pendinginan udara dan proses pada pabrik tekstil”. Dalam proyek ini PT. Primatexco bekerjasama dengan perusahaan Jepang Ebara Refrigeration Equipment & Systems, Nippon Koei, serta PT Ebara Indonesia.

Perwakilan kedua negara berkesempatan melihat langsung penggunaan mesin pendingin berefisiensi tinggi yang menggantikan mesin lama di unit pemintalan benang. Dengan menggunakan pendingin produksi Ebara tipe RTBF050 berkapasitas 500 USRt (US Refrigeration ton), diperkirakan pabrik dapat menghemat konsumsi listrik sebesar 965 MWh dan menurunkan emisi CO2 sebesar 715 ton tiap tahunnya.

Melalui diskusi dengan manajemen perusahaan pihak Indonesia dan Jepang memperoleh informasi akurat mengenai penggunaan listrik pabrik yang dibutuhkan kedua negara untuk penyusunan metodologi penghitungan penurunan emisi. Kedua pihak juga memperoleh informasi mengenai telah dilaksanakannya pelatihan penggunaan mesin untuk personil pabrik. Proses yang harus ditempuh selanjutnya adalah penyusunan Project Design Document sebagai persyaratan JCM dan pemantauan penurunan emisinya. (ARY)

Komite Bersama Mengadopsi Usulan Metodologi pada Second Joint Committee Meeting

Surabaya - Sekretariat Mekanisme Kredit Bersama bersama dengan Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian menyelenggarakan Pertemuan K

Surabaya - Sekretariat Mekanisme Kredit Bersama bersama dengan Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian menyelenggarakan Pertemuan Komite Bersama kedua di Hotel Bumi Surabaya pada Senin, 19 Mei 2014. Pertemuan ini mempertemukan Komite Bersama Indonesia dan Jepang untuk membahas beberapa agenda terkait kegiatan JCM. Acara dibuka oleh Bapak Rizal Edwin Manansang selaku Ketua dari Komite Bersama Indonesia dan Minister Yoshiko Kijima selaku Ketua Komite Bersama Jepang. Selain dihadiri oleh anggota Komite Bersama Indonesia dan Jepang, pertemuan ini juga dihadiri oleh sejumlah pihak dari kementerian terkait, organisasi-organisasi, serta partisipan proyek sebagai observer.

Adopsi metodologi, usulan validator dan verifikator Indonesia sebagai Pihak Ketiga JCM, dan proyek-proyek JCM merupakan beberapa agenda penting yang dibahas dalam pertemuan ini. Dari pertemuan Komite Bersama yang kedua ini dicapai beberapa kesepakatan seperti adopsi metodologi "Power Generation by Waste Heat Recovery in Cement Industry" sebagai metodologi pertama JCM, penunjukan tujuh institusi sebagai validator dan verifikator proyek JCM, serta rencana pelaksanaan Pertemuan Komite Bersama ketiga yang direncanakan sebelum Oktober 2014.

Selain diskusi, para partisipan juga melakukan kunjungan lapangan ke sejumlah lokasi studi proyek JCM. Kunjungan pertama yaitu proyek efisiensi energi dilakukan di area utilitas (chiller, boiler, dan genset) Hotel Bumi Surabaya dengan panduan dari NTT Data dan manajemen hotel. Pada hari kedua kunjungan lapangan dilanjutkan dengan tujuan Nishihara Super Depo, Sutorejo dan Surabaya Industrial Estate Rungkut (SIER).

Kegiatan pemilahan sampah rumah tangga di Nishihara Super Depo Sutorejo merupakan proyek kerjasama Green Sister City antara Pemerintah Kota Surabaya dengan Kota Kitakyushu, Jepang. Nishihira Yasuhiro, Senior Managing Director Nishihara Corp., menyambut para peserta kunjungan serta memberikan informasi mengenai aktivitas depo. Di depo ini, sampah dipilah secara manual oleh pekerja dengan bantuan conveyor dan sampah yang masih memiliki nilai jual dikumpulkan dan dijual kembali. Super Depo dapat mengurangi 85% dari total sampah yang seharusnya dikirim ke Tempat Pembuangan Akhir (TPA).

Area pengolahan air limbah industri di SIER adalah tujuan kunjungan terakhir. Kawasan pengelolaan air limbah ini menggunakan sistem pengelolaan biologi yang menangani air limbah dari Kawasan Industri Rungkut, Berbek, dan Pasuruan Industrial Estate Rembang (PIER). Setelah sistem pengolahan air limbah, partisipan diberi penjelasan mengenai rencana lokasi instalasi teknologi co-generation oleh NTT Data. Dengan dilakukannya kunjungan ini, diharapkan pihak-pihak terkait mendapatkan gambaran dan informasi terkait beberapa proyek yang diusulkan dalam program JCM.

Penandatanganan Kerjasama JICA dan Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian dalam Peningkatan Kapasitas untuk Pembangunan Rendah Karbon

Jakarta - Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian, Republik Indonesia dan Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) telah menandatangani dokum

Jakarta - Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian, Republik Indonesia dan Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) telah menandatangani dokumen kerjasama Capacity Development Assistance for Low Carbon Development pada Senin, 21 April 2014 di kantor Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian, Lapangan Banteng, Jakarta Pusat. Selain beberapa representatif dari JICA dan Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian, penandatanganan dihadiri pula oleh pihak-pihak terkait seperti Kedutaan Besar Jepang di Indonesia dan Sekretariat JCM Indonesia.

Dokumen kerjasama ditandatangani oleh Bapak Rizal Affandi Lukman, Deputi Bidang Koordinasi Kerjasama Internasional, Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian selaku mewakili Kemenko Perekonomian dan Mr. Atsushi Sasaki,Chief Representative JICA Indonesia Office selaku perwakilan pihak Jepang. Dokumen kerjasama ini mendukung kerjasama bilateral Pemerintah Indonesia dan Pemerintah Jepang untuk guna pengembangan upaya Kemenko Perekonomian bersama tujuh kementerian dan lembaga lainnya dalam mengarusutamakan upaya mitigasi perubahan iklim ke dalam aktivitas perekonomian di Indonesia, khususnya pembangunan dan investasi rendah karbon.

Kerjasama ini merupakan tindak lanjut perjanjian bilateral terkait Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM)antara dua negara yang telah ditandatangani oleh Menteri Luar Negeri Jepang dan Menteri Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian Indonesia tahun 2013 lalu. JCM merupakan kerjasama antarpemerintah yang mendorong swasta Indonesia dan Jepang untuk bekerjasama dalam upaya penurunan emisi dan pembangunan rendah karbon melalui insentif. Inisiatif ini dirintis sejak 2010 dan terus dipertahankan hingga saat ini. - L

The Joint Crediting Mechanism First Business Forum

Jakarta - Berangkat dari tujuan untuk mempublikasikan, mengkomunikasikan dan menyebarluaskan informasi mengenai Mekanisme Kredit Bersama, Sekretariat

Jakarta - Berangkat dari tujuan untuk mempublikasikan, mengkomunikasikan dan menyebarluaskan informasi mengenai Mekanisme Kredit Bersama, Sekretariat Mekanisme Kredit Bersama Indonesia (Indonesia JCM Secretariat) bekerjasama dengan Energy Nusantara telah menyelenggarakan Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) Business Forum pada Selasa, 8 April 2014 di Hotel Four Seasons, Kuningan, Jakarta. Acara yang baru diadakan pertama kali ini dihadiri lebih dari 60 peserta yang sebagian besar merupakan pelaku bisnis dibidang energi (perminyakan, gas alam, energi terbarukan), manufaktur, kehutanan, agrikultur, dan sebagainya, serta sejumlah peserta dari institusi pendidikan dan instansi pemerintahan.

Acara dibuka pada pukul 9 pagi oleh Bapak Rizal Edwin Manansang, Asisten Deputi untuk Kerjasama Ekonomi Multilateral dan Pembiayaan, yang juga merupakan Co-Chair dariJoint Committee Indonesia. Acara yang berlangsung selama kurang lebih 4 jam membahas sejumlah topik. Topik pertama adalah gambaran umum JCM dan perkembangan JCM di dunia yang disampaikan oleh perwakilan dari Kedutaan Jepang di Indonesia, Mr. Osamu Ishiuchi, kemudian dilanjutkan perkembangan dan pengelolaan JCM di Indonesia oleh Bapak Rizal Edwin Manansang, lalu penjelasan hal-hal teknis terkait implementasi dan pengembangan JCM serta pengenalan Sekretariat JCM Indonesia oleh Bapak Dicky Edwin Hindarto selaku Kepala Sekretariat JCM Indonesia.

Untuk memberikan gambaran mengenai usaha dan berbagai proyek yang telah dilakukan oleh kalangan bisnis di Indonesia untuk mereduksi emisi gas rumah kaca, telah dihadirkan pula dua orang tamu dari pelaku bisnis terkait yaitu Bapak Darwin Trisna dari PT. Sarana Multi Infrastruktur dan Bapak Gigih Prakoso dari Pertamina yang mengisi sesi "Private Sector Perspective and Efforts for Green Growth and Sustainable Development".

Selama acara berlangsung, pertanyaan-pertanyaan peserta menunjukkan respon ketertarikan yang tinggi terhadap implementasi JCM dan menaruh ekspektasi yang cukup tinggi terhadap pembiayaan proyek-proyek. Untuk merespon balik hal ini dijelaskan pula bahwa dalam isu kerjasama antara Indonesia dengan Jepang, perusahaan Indonesia harus memiliki mitra perusahaan Jepang yang tertarik untuk bekerjasama dalam proyek-proyek pengurangan emisi sehingga unsur Business to Business-lah yang berperan aktif. Antusiasme dari peserta nampak hingga sesi akhir yaitu diskusi terbuka yang dimoderasi oleh Bapak Joi Surya Dharma dari Energy Nusantara. Sejumlah pertanyaan kembali dilemparkan kepada para pembicara menyangkut green investment dan implementasi proyek JCM. Business Forum berakhir pada pukul 13.00 ditutup oleh Bapak Dicky Edwin Hindarto. - L

Anda dapat mengakses link berikut untuk mendapatkan materi Business Forum JCM :  Materi Business Forum JCM

Workshop Accelerating Private Sector Participation towards Low-Carbon Development in Indonesia (14 February 2018)

On 14 February 2018, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES),  Yayasan Mitra Hijau in collaboration with the Coordinating Ministry o

On 14 February 2018, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES),  Yayasan Mitra Hijau in collaboration with the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs and the JCM secretariat Indonesia jointly organized the annual workshop on Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) with theme “Accelerating Private Sector Participation towards Low-Carbon Development in Indonesia”  in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The seminar was attended by more or less 80 participants coming from Indonesian companies, government officials, Indonesian Association, international organization, and representatives of related organizations. The event was opened by Mr. Kentaro Takahashi from IGES and Mr. Edwin Manansang from Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs.

In the first session, Mr. Dicky Edwin Hindarto from JCM Secretariat, Mr. Surya Darma from Indonesia Renewable Energy Society, also Mr. Kentaro Takahashi from IGES, and Mr. Feri Agustian from Indesso Aroma Company shared the information about JCM Implementation and how to incorporate with future climate regime. JCM implementation has created a good cooperation between private sectors, the government, and climate change mitigation experts. Through the cooperation of these parties, not only the low carbon development project could be conducted in Indonesia, but also knowledge sharing in the Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) as well as the advance low carbon technology.

Following the first session, the workshop was continued by a series of presentation delivered by speakers from Government of Indonesia representatives, IGES, and Semen Indonesia representative. In this session, the speakers shared how to implement carbon emission reduction through JCM project in Indonesia particularly energy conservation and efficiency which played a significant role in a climate change mitigation actions.

Lastly, from the workshop it is mentioned that JCM implementation is implemented between Japan and 17 countries. Throughout the implementation of JCM among countries, there are 25 project registered as JCM projects with 100 projects are approved to be financially supported by Government of Japan, with 50 methodologies approved as JCM methodologies. In addition to the given information, IGES also stated that for the next fiscal year the budget will be allocated for model project is 71 Million USD and thus far, IGES has supported the implementation of 40 methodologies development.

 

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*Presentation materials can be download here