Renewable Energy Webinar                 15-04-2011
Table of Contents   Briefing on Finnish wind power sector by Ms. Anni    Mikkonen, Managing Director of Finnish Wind Powe...
Briefing on Finnish wind power             sector            Anni Mikkonen,    Finnish Wind Power Association             ...
Finnish Wind Power Association Established in 1988 “Sister Association” VKF Members:    • Over 100 companies    • About...
Current situation in wind power in Finland:                Finnish wind power technology                 exports are cons...
The challenges                        • Lack of skilled staff -> education is only                          starting      ...
Case studies                               The industry as such: 3 % of the                                international ...
Single example: WinWinD                            Top 4 producer in 3 MW class globally                             (200...
Thank you!Questions? Comments?
PRESENTATION                 T F Jayasurya             Head –CommunicationsINDIAN WIND TURBINE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION  ...
ABOUT IWTMAFounded in 1997 to bridge the gap between demand and supply of powerand to compliment other forms of energy.Pre...
BACKGROUND•   Wind installed capacity 14 ,000 MW as at the end of March 2011•   Members are able to bring to the table, st...
ADVANTAGE INDIAHuge market.Time tested legal systems.Only country in the world to have a dedicated Ministry of New and Ren...
Recent Initiatives to promote           wind energy• Renewable Energy Tariff Regulations,  2009• Introduction of Generatio...
Knowledge ForumIWTMA conducts Knowledge Forum Series to helpthe Industry / Institution interaction which helps theSupply c...
News On BusinessVibesNew Features And What’s Coming Up
What is BusinessVibes?BusinessVibes is a global B2Bnetworking platform whichallows companies to find andconnect to prospec...
BusinessVibes allows businesses to:                   ► Create profiles to increase                      exposure on and  ...
What’s New On BusinessVibes?   Payments for events.   Discount offers from our partner event planners to those    who si...
Message for the participants   Thank you very much for participating in our webinar!   For the latest news, and informat...
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Finnish Wind Power Association, Indian Wind turbine Manufacturers Association

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Renewable Energy Webinar: 15-Apr-2011

  1. 1. Renewable Energy Webinar 15-04-2011
  2. 2. Table of Contents Briefing on Finnish wind power sector by Ms. Anni Mikkonen, Managing Director of Finnish Wind Power Association Briefing on Indian wind power sector by Mr. Jayasurya, Head of Communications of Indian Wind Turbine Manufacturers Association News on BusinessVibes
  3. 3. Briefing on Finnish wind power sector Anni Mikkonen, Finnish Wind Power Association 15.4.2011
  4. 4. Finnish Wind Power Association Established in 1988 “Sister Association” VKF Members: • Over 100 companies • About 200 private persons Operates with companies, private persons interested in thewind energy, NGOs politicians etc. Goal: Promote the wind energy in Finland • Publishes the Tuulienergia - magazine • Distributes information on www-pages • Participates fairs • Organizes and participates conferences • Participates in the public and political discussionwww.tuulivoimayhdistys.fi
  5. 5. Current situation in wind power in Finland:  Finnish wind power technology exports are considerable (generators and freq. converters, gears, blade materials and blade parts, tower materials and towers, instruments, wind turbines, etc. )  Employed over 3000 persons  90 % of the products were exported  0,3 % of the electricity in Finland is produced with wind (0,3 TWh)  Energy strategy of Finland: target 6 TWh annual wind power production by 2020
  6. 6. The challenges • Lack of skilled staff -> education is only starting • The national research on wind energy modest → technology program needed • Still lack of reference projects in Finland • Installed capacity 130 turbines, 197 MW • Legislation is finally set • Waiting for the projects to receive building permits(((Photo: F. Gurvits)
  7. 7. Case studies  The industry as such: 3 % of the international market share  Value of the exports of the biggest companies 1 mrd e/a  Moventas Wind: biggest independent  The Swicth: growing fast  Rautaruukki: high tower- consept  Ahsltöm: blade composite solution  Vaisala: wind measurement systems  Mervento: 3,6, MW direct drive, pilot 2011 (((VTT)(((Photo: F. Gurvits)
  8. 8. Single example: WinWinD  Top 4 producer in 3 MW class globally (2009)  variable speed, slow speed, planetary gear box and low speed permanent magnet generator; cold climate design  1 MW turbine pilot in 2001, 3 MW turbine pilot in 2004  324 MW installed in 7 different countries (Sweden, Estonia, Portugal, France, ..)  Over 74 MW contracted(((Photo: WinWinD)
  9. 9. Thank you!Questions? Comments?
  10. 10. PRESENTATION T F Jayasurya Head –CommunicationsINDIAN WIND TURBINE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (IWTMA) 15th April 2011 10
  11. 11. ABOUT IWTMAFounded in 1997 to bridge the gap between demand and supply of powerand to compliment other forms of energy.Presently represented by 15 members. Elecon, Enercon, GE Energy, LM Wind power, Gamesa, Kenersys Pioneer Wincon, RRB Energy Ltd, Regen Power Tech, Shriram EPC, Southern Wind Farms, Suzlon, Vestas Wind Technology, Win Wind,INOX Founder member of Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), one amongst the seven associations in the world, European Wind Energy Association, American Wind Association etc. Member Governing Council and the R&D Council of Centre for Wind 11 Energy Technology (CWET)
  12. 12. BACKGROUND• Wind installed capacity 14 ,000 MW as at the end of March 2011• Members are able to bring to the table, state-of-the-art technology of stall, pitch and variable speed• Declared policy in 10 States, commercial WTG operation in eight states• Range from 250 KW to 2000 KW• Turnkey solutions to customers’ needs – one stop shop - Concept to Commissioning• Effective operation and maintenance to build customer’s confidence• Some manufacturers are into export of WTG components as well as WTG exports• Privately installed met mast to study larger and new areas of wind farm development• Private participation in bringing sub-stations
  13. 13. ADVANTAGE INDIAHuge market.Time tested legal systems.Only country in the world to have a dedicated Ministry of New and RenewableEnergy (MNRE).No prior approval is required for Foreign Direct Investment for establishing ofwind turbine manufacturing facilities.Dividends can be repatriated without restrictions.Disinvestments can be done with prior permission from Reserve Bank of India(RBI) and disinvestment proceeds can be repatriated.Centre for Wind Energy Technology -CWET – Testing and Certifying agency –autonomous body under MNRE.
  14. 14. Recent Initiatives to promote wind energy• Renewable Energy Tariff Regulations, 2009• Introduction of Generation Based Incentive Scheme• Introduction of Renewable Energy Certificates• IEGC ( GRID Code for RE )
  15. 15. Knowledge ForumIWTMA conducts Knowledge Forum Series to helpthe Industry / Institution interaction which helps theSupply chain components companiesAWS/GH/3TIER/WindSim/Saertex/Stromag/UL/Meteodyn were the companies involved withIWTMA in product launch series
  16. 16. News On BusinessVibesNew Features And What’s Coming Up
  17. 17. What is BusinessVibes?BusinessVibes is a global B2Bnetworking platform whichallows companies to find andconnect to prospective businesspartners while learning more abouttheir industry. BusinessVibes connects businesses, associations, and events.
  18. 18. BusinessVibes allows businesses to: ► Create profiles to increase exposure on and off the network ►Search and Connect with potential business partners abroad (clients, suppliers, JV partners, etc.) ►Find and join associations to get advice, referrals, and support industry causes ►Learn about new markets, industry news, and upcoming events
  19. 19. What’s New On BusinessVibes? Payments for events. Discount offers from our partner event planners to those who sign up through BusinessVibes.
  20. 20. Message for the participants Thank you very much for participating in our webinar! For the latest news, and information on upcoming webinars log on to www.businessvibes.com.

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