Mexico Boiler Efficiency Project Protocol

The Mexico Boiler Efficiency Project Protocol provides a standardized approach to quantify, monitor, report and verify GHG emission reductions associated with energy efficiency improvements to commercial and industrial boilers in Mexico of 9.8 MW or larger. Project activities credited by the protocol include installing new high-efficiency boilers and retrofitting existing boilers. This protocol was developed with the support of Mexico’s Secretariat of Energy (SENER) and USAID through the Mexico Low Emissions Development Program (MLED), implemented by Tetra Tech.

The protocol was approved by the Reserve Board of Directors in November 2016.

Protocol Companion Documents and Tools

Document/Tool (version) Description Project/Protocol Version Relevance
CONUEE Boiler Efficiency Tool In the Mexico Boiler Efficiency Project Protocol, project developers are given three methodological options to calculate boiler efficiency, as part of the quantification of emission reductions. One option, the CONUEE Boiler Efficiency Tool, is not yet available on CONUEE’s website at the time of protocol publication, and as such, the protocol directs project developers to this site for up-to-date information on accessing the tool.

In the future, the CONUEE Boiler Efficiency Tool will be available on CONUEE’s website, under the heading, “Herramientas de Evaluación en Eficiencia Energética.”

In the meantime, contact us at policy@climateactionreserve.org for more information.

Version 1.0

Protocol Revisions

The Mexico Boiler Efficiency Project Protocol is not currently undergoing revision.

Protocol Development & Previous Versions

Information about the protocol development process is available on the Mexico Boiler Efficiency Development webpage, linked below. Public comments, staff responses to public comments, workgroup participants, and other supporting documents are also available on the page.

Please contact us at policy@climateactionreserve.org with questions or comments.