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Entre mai 2006 et avril 2007, Native a effectue un bilan des émissions de gaz a effet de serre (GES) de la filière biologique de l'Usine de Sao Francisco (UFRA). Cette évaluation a été réalisée selon le protocole GHG - modèle international pour mesurer les émissions - en considérant les effets de la culture de la canne et la production de sucre et d'alcool a l'usine. Compte-tenu qu'une partie de cette production est destinée a l'exportation, l'énergie nécessaire pour le transport de ces marchandises vers leur destination finale (USA, Europe, Japon) a également été prise en compte.

Les quantités d'émissions trouvées pour UFRA sont plus basses que les niveaux moyens d'émissions de l'industrie de la canne a sucre, du fait de ses méthodes de production biologiques. Comparée a la production de sucre a partir de la betterave en Europe ou au Japon, ou encore a la production de sucre a partir de la betterave ou du mais aux Etats-Unis, les écarts sont encore plus nets, car ces méthodes de production fonctionnent a partir d'énergies fossiles alors que UFRA utilise de l'énergie a base de bagasse de canne a sucre.
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Bioenergy

MDL Project


Bioenergia Cogeradora S/A, a company belonging to the Balbo Group, developed, with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Project, the Project Design Document (PDD) of which is available on Native's website for viewing and remarks.

Ultimately, this project aims at the issuance of Emission Reduction Certificates (CERs) based on two power cogeneration units that use sugarcane bagasse, located at the Santo Antônio S/A and São Francisco S/A Plants, both in the municipality of Sertãozinho, State of São Paulo.

The UNDP project, which made possible the support offered to Bioenergia, emerged from the intergovernmental process of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change - UNFCCC in a comprehensive proposal called Capacity Building Support for the Clean Development Mechanism (CBS/CDM) prepared jointly by the Secretariat of the UNFCCC and various agencies/United Nations programs, such as UNDP, UNCTAD and UNIDO.

Funded by the United Nations Foundation - UNF, it also has the World Business Council for Sustainable Development - WBCSD as its implementing partner.

Bioenergia's participation in the mentioned United Nations for Development Program project took place in the context of preparing the "Brazil Component," in which the UNDP seeks to raise awareness and engage the private sector in CDM activities. Pursuant to these assumptions, Bioenergia Cogeradora S/A was selected and got technical assistance from UNDP in developing the set of procedures for the creation of a CDM project, on a commercial basis, which was implemented in accordance with the procedures set at the domestic (Interministerial Committee on Global Climate Change) and international (the CDM Executive Board) levels.

For this purpose, the UNDP hired the Climate Change Network - CCN technical consortium, which was tasked with developing Bioenergia's CDM Project, the documentation for which can be accessed using the links below, as can pictures of the plants where the project was implemented.

Thank you for your opinion about our work. Please do not hesitate contacting us if you have any question.
Cordially,

Bioenergia Cogeradora S/A

Balbo Group

 


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