Final Report on Technical Assistance for Designing a Low Carbon City Plan in Surabaya, Indonesia

Commissioned Report

In August 2013, Japan and Indonesia agreed to promote the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM) to develop large-scale, concrete JCM projects. As part of this, this project studied the potential to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the main energy consumption fields in Surabaya. Target areas included the four sectors of energy, transportation, waste, and water resources. The project aimed to not only calculate potential CO2 emissions in each sector, but to also confirm related data and strengthen a management system for this, support the development of plans to implement CO2 emission reduction projects, and explore the potential to transfer technologies and management systems to achieve these targets.