New SSC Methodologies submitted

New SSC Methodologies submitted

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SSC Methodologies
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(a) The following proposals on new SSC methodologies have been submitted to the CDM Executive Board for its review and are available for public input from 15 - 26 March 2010:

SSC-NM049: Capture of waste N2O from N2O Facilities and its destruction via a catalytic destruction unit
SSC-NM050: The use of less carbon intensive fossil fuels to offset electricity and/or thermal energy
SSC-NM051: Production of biodiesel and/or plant oil without changes in land use

The above submitted documentation is available under the following link:
<https://cdm.unfccc.int/methodologies/SSCmethodologies/NewSSCMethodologies/index.html>

(b) New requests for clarification/revision of approved SSC methodologies have been received. Further information on these submissions is available on the UNFCCC CDM website at:
<http://cdm.unfccc.int/methodologies/SSCmethodologies/clarifications>





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