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TRANSfer Compass

Transfer CompassThe TRANSfer Compass helps you to orientate yourself if you want to learn more about Transport-NAMAs. Find out about news as well as links to the handbook, the toolboox and other relevant publications.



Reference Document on Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) in the Transport Sector

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How to assess the impact of transport based mitigation efforts? Where to find good measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) practices and what requirements must be met in terms of data collection? Our recently published Reference Document on MRV in the transport sector  informs on how to develop comprehensive and consistent national systems for MRV Continue reading

Two Green Tyre Assessments: GHG Mitigation Potentials for Truck Tyres in Road Freight Transport in the EU and China

truck_chinaThe transport sector is responsible for a large share of energy consumption, which correlates with the emission of polluting greenhouse gases (GHG) and therefore indirectly with climate change. The TRANSfer projects has analysed the saving potentials of road freight transport in two studies.

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ProNAMA: best practices, challenges and future prospects

Final product cover-page-001 From late 2011 to December 2015, the Mexican-German Programme for NAMAs (ProNAMA) designed a package of Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in the following sectors: a) energy efficiency in the new and existing buildings, b) energy efficiency in small and medium sized enterprises (SME) and c) energy efficiency in the road freight transport sector, in addition to d) providing support for setting up a national coordination system for NAMAs in Mexico.This document compiles the main lessons learned, results and impacts of each mentioned NAMA approach, describing each context, its objectives and the technical designs. Continue reading

Invitation to Webinar on Power-based fuels (12.01.16)

“It is our pleasure to invite all interested to a Webinar on “Power-based fuels as a contribution to Climate Protection in the Transport Sector”. Markus Becker (Division IG I 5 – Environment, Traffic and Transport, Electric Mobility of the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, BMU) will present the role gaseous and liquid fuels based on renewable energy can play in the process of decarbonizing the transport sector. After an input presentation by Markus Becker we will have the opportunity to discuss these current technical developments and their relevance for our work in an international context.

When:  12.01.2016, CET 10:30 (Eschborn), 17:30 (Beijing)
Details on the log-in information will be sent to you shortly before the webinar.

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