After the successful data collection process, the database created during CEESEU project was carefully analyzed in order to establish Baseline Emission Inventory (BEI) and Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (RVA) for each municipality that will implement the Sustainable Emission and Climate Action Plans on behalf of Mazovia Energy Agency:

  • Municipality of Stara Kornica,
  • Municipality of Korczew,
  • Municipality of Kotuń,
  • Municipality of Jabłonna Lacka.

Baseline Emission Inventory that was created for those four areas in Poland took into account final energy consumption, energy supply and CO2 emissions. Those calculations were made based on wide range of data considering buildings, equipment, facilities, industries, transport and agriculture, forestry and fisheries sector with distinction of fossil fuel and renewable energy sources. Inventory of CO2 emissions took into consideration also emissions that came from the non-energy related sources, for example waste management and waste water management.

The energy supply for each municipality has been verified. Data presented in BEI and RVA contains also information if the green electricity was purchased, if the local or distributed electricity production came from the renewable sources and what was the general electricity and heat/cold production.

The highest total emission has been calculated for the municipality of Kotuń with 8 490 citizens. The lowest total emission has been calculated for the municipality Stara Kornica with 4 694 citizens.

Risk and Vulnerability Assessment is an extensive analysis of the climate hazards risks, which due to the recent climate changes have become more likely to take place in the area e.g. extreme heat, draughts and forest fires. Common vulnerabilities amongst the municipalities analyzed in the process cover also the subject matter of the socio-economic indicators e.g., the perspective of decreasing number of citizens.

Significant decrease in emissions produced in the area of considered municipalities is the goal of implementing SECAPs – Korczew, Kotuń, Jabłonna-Lacka will reduce emissions by 40% and Stara Kornica by 55% up to 2030.  BEI and RVA conducted by Mazovia Energy Agency specialists are planned to make an impact on the future of involved municipalities.


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