The process of determining a Joint Implementation (JI) Project under the Kyoto Protocol involves checking that a project activity fully complies with the requirements established by the Joint Implementation Supervisory Committee and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. If a project activity fully complies with said requirements, the project will be registered and may generate Emission Reduction Units based on functionality.
Project activities are classified in 15 categories or sectors, not related directly to specific industrial sectors. Project developers are classified in sectors such as electric power generation, manufacture of clinker and cement, petrochemistry, oil refinery, waste management, agroforest, etc. The activity of international financial institutions and multilateral organisations is very significant.
Record of a project as a Joint Implementation activity project.
AENOR is accredited to determine and verify Joint Implementation Projects in all sectoral scopes:
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