September 2017 - On 27 June 2017, a high-level workshop called ‘Market mechanisms as a means to effectively implement India’s climate mitigation objectives’ took place in New Delhi. The event had the objectives to inform relevant stakeholders on the market mechanisms under the Paris Agreement and to discuss strategies on how India can effectively utilise market mechanisms (both domestic as well as upcoming global markets) to achieve its climate mitigation objectives.
The workshop was jointly organised by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC), Government of India, the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) and the German Development Cooperation (GIZ).
The event covered both evolving domestic market mechanisms and their role in achieving India’s climate mitigation targets as wells as international market mechanisms, Article 6 of the Paris Agreement and ways for India to benefit from the upcoming carbon markets. For detailed information, please refer to the documentation below. Please note that not all presentations are available for download.
Market Based Mechanism - PAT (Bureau of Energy Efficiency)
Potential of upscaled crediting under Article 6 (Perspectives)