Hydrochlorofluorocarbons Phase out Management Plan Stage-I

What is the Project About

Hydrochlorofluorocarbons Phase out Management Plan Stage-I Photo: Benoît Marquet/UNDP India

In partnership with the Ozone Cell (Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Government of India), United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Government of Germany, the project aims to facilitate India’s compliance with the Montreal Protocol control targets for consumption of Annex-C, Group-I substances (HCFCs) for 2013 and 2015, with minimal impacts on the national economy, environment and health. To achieve this, the aim is to implement a combination of interventions such as technology transfer investments, policy and regulatory actions, technical assistance, training and capacity-building, awareness generation and monitoring in selected HCFC consuming sectors.

What Have We Accomplished So Far

What Have We Accomplished So FarPhoto: UNDP India

Over the past two decades, India has successfully implemented ODS phase-out projects that has enabled industry to smoothly and systematically transition to ozone friendly alternatives. Results include:

  • Identification of appropriate non-ODS technologies in foam manufacturing sector for the phase-out of HCFC and 15 system houses that develop pre-blended polyols with environment friendly blowing agents for rigid polyurethane foams

  • Formulation and implementation of the Ozone Depleting Substances (Regulation and Control) Amendment Rules, as per the Gazette of India published in April 2014



Funding Support by

Donor Name Amount Contributed
Multilateral Fund US$ 18,438,490

 

Expenditure in Previous Fiscal Years

Year Amount
2016 US$ 955,371
2015 US$ 5,484,902.14
2014 US$ 3,972,340
2013 US$ 5,193,130