HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (second stage)

Status: Active
Duration: 2017 - 2020
Budget: 122,300 USD
Coverage: Nation wide
Beneficiaries: Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment, end-users and service companies dealing with refrigeration and air-conditioning, Technical University of Moldova, Training Centre “TEHNOFRIG”, Customs Service, Technological College from Chisinau
Focus Area: Climate Change, Environment & Energy
Project Manager: Anatol Tarita, ozonmd@mail.ru
Partners: Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment, which is responsible on behalf of the Government for developing and promoting of state policy for sustainable development of the country's agribusiness sector, Public Association of the Refrigeration Technicians from the Republic of Moldova, End-users and service companies and importers dealing with refrigeration and air-conditioning, Technical University of Moldova with the Training Centre “TEHNOFRIG”, Customs Service, State Ecological Inspectorate, Media institutions and NGOs
Project Document: HCFC Phase-Out Management Plan (second stage)

Project Summary:

The project aims to support the Government of the Republic of Moldova to develop its national plan with medium and long-term actions to honor the obligations it has assumed as a signatory of the Montreal Protocol. The project will support Moldova for the implementation of the Phasing out Scheme for Hydrochlorofluorocarbons for 2016-2040 and the Action Plan for its Implementation in 2016-2020 (GD No 856 of 13 July 2016).

Objectives:

  • Support for Moldova in the implementation of the National HCFC Program for the period 2016-2040 and the Action Plan for its implementation in 2016-2020 to meet its HCFC reduction targets by 2020 - 35% reduction in HCFC consumption at the base level;
  • Implementing new "ozone-friendly" technology and technological support for the refrigeration and air conditioning sector by purchasing equipment / tools and demonstrating new technologies (natural refrigerants) in the commercial sector.

Expected results:

  • Legislative-normative and institutional framework for the medium and long term to respect the obligations of the Republic of Moldova towards the consolidated Montreal Protocol;
  • Action Plan for the implementation in 2016-2020 of the National Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) Phase-Out Program for the years 2016-2040 implemented;
  • 35% reduction in HCFC use from baseline to 2020 achieved.
Years Budget
Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol
2017 20,000 USD
2018 84,850 USD
2020 17,450 USD

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