The Environmental Protection Agency has made information from Ireland’s domain on the Union Registry publicly available in line with legal requirements of the Kyoto Protocol.
Publicly Available Information on the Kyoto Protocol, pursuant to Paragraphs 44 to 48 of the Annex to Decision 13/CMP.1
The information contained within these pages is provided to the public pursuant to a decision under the Kyoto Protocol. The content of these pages may reference elements of the decision, such as paragraph references, to ensure consistency across Party websites.
For more information, please reference the annex to decision 13/CMP.1 available at: http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/2005/cmp1/eng/08a02.pdf#page=32.
If you have any queries pertaining to this matter, please email ETRAdmin@epa.ie
In line with the data protection requirements of Regulation (EC) No. 45/2001 and the GDPR Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and in accordance with Article 110.1 and Annex XIV of Commission Regulation (EU) No. 389/2013, the information on account representatives, account holdings, account numbers, all transactions made and carbon unit identifiers, held in the EUTL, the Union Registry and any other KP Registry (required by paragraph 45) is considered confidential.
Accordingly, this information is not included in the Account Information Report.
No ERUs have been issued as a result of Article 6 (Joint Implementation) projects, as this did not occur in the specified period. Ireland does not host Joint Implementation (JI) projects.
Holding and transaction information is provided on a holding type level (e.g. unit holdings by account type - Party account or entity account) due to more detailed information being declared confidential.
The detailed information on transactions is considered confidential according to Article 110.1 of the Commission Regulation No. 389/2013
Information, including the holdings of all accounts, all transactions made, the unique unit identification code of the allowances and the unique numeric value of the unit serial number of the Kyoto units held or affected by the transaction, held in the EUTL, the Union registry and every other KP registry shall be considered confidential except as otherwise required by Union law, or by provisions of national law that pursue a legitimate objective compatible with this Regulation and are proportionate.
In line with the data protection requirements of Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 and the GDPR Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and in accordance with Article 110 and Annex III of the Commission Regulation (EU) no 389/2013, the legal entity contact information (required by paragraph 48) is considered confidential.
The most up-to-date account information may be accessed via the homepage of Ireland’s domain on the Union Registry
and on the website of the European Union Transaction Log (EUTL)
Last Update: 12 May 2020