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Nordic Energy ways in Europe – Clean, Competitive and Connected

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Seminar: NORDIC ENERGY WAYS – WHAT‘S IN IT FOR US? …

Seminar: NORDIC ENERGY WAYS – WHAT‘S IN IT FOR US?
Monday, 2 June 2014

Anders Olsson, vice CEO E.ON Norden, presented the main conclusions of the report Nordic Energy Ways in Europe. Read the full report here: www.globalutmaning.se/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Nordic-Energy-Ways-in-Europe1.pdf

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  • 1. NAG Nordic Energy ways in Europe – Clean, Competitive and Connected Anders Olsson Berlin 2 June 2014
  • 2. NAG Why is E.ON participating? • Sustainability is a key driver for E.ON Nordics business development • Experience from market based solutions can improve competitiveness of sustainable solutions • Nordic can support the development of renewables in continental Europe by increasing trade • Part of dialogue between different stakeholders
  • 3. NAG Background and assumptions • The Nordic countries are comparably far in transition to sustainable energy • Nordic governments aim at Zero emission targets for 2050 (IEA interpretation) • Will necessitate very large investments in renewables, transmission, energy efficiency and transport systems • A proactive, bottom-up approach from Nordic Business can lead to competitive strength for the Nordic region
  • 4. NAG IEA first regional Energy Technology Perspectives report – together with Nordic Energy Reserach Yes, we can: “A near complete decarbonisation of the Nordic energy system is possible – but very challenging.”
  • 5. NAG IEA first regional Energy Technology Perspectives report – together with Nordic Energy Reserach It´s easier together: “Strong co-operation among Nordic countries can reduce the cost of reaching the scenarios. Co-ordination of policies, RD&D and infrastructure development could accelerate technology development and penetration towards a low-carbon energy system.”
  • 6. NAG Main message from NAG • Governments and industry have a story to tell in the EU – especially the cross-border electricity market • We can do more - and it is more efficient if cooperating closer • The transition will need a gradually higher price on CO2 , but competitiveness should be considered • Nordic Green Industrial Clusters can develop further and grow
  • 7. NAG 1. High Efficiency Economy • Transport sector • Housing sector • Industry and Service Sector Recommendations • Take lead in early market for electric cars. • Pioneering region in electrification of roads. • Nordic building standards, gradually strengthened towards zero. • Use the EU compulsory energy declaration as a basis for targets based on Nordic best practice. • Nordic voluntary scheme for energy improvements for industries, including tax incentives and sharing of know-how.
  • 8. NAG 2 Nordic Battery and Renewable Energy Hub Potential of substantial net export of renewable energy (electricity, maybe biofuels) as well as a balancing region on the European electricity markets Recommendations • Increase integration across Nordic renewable support schemes • Utilize co-operation mechanism within the EU RES directive • Technology specific support only for non mature technologies • New transmission investments within Nordic counties and to continental Europe • Will Reduce cost for European climate policy • Increase potential for wind and solar in northern Europe.
  • 9. NAG Nordic Electricity Market
  • 10. NAG Nordic Energy Green Clusters with potential • Wind power - focus on cold climate, off shore and forested areas. • Climate efficient biofuels from indigenous sources. • Electrification of transport including vehicles, charging infrastructure and electrification of roads. • Combined operation of heat and electric power systems, including efficient use of heat pumps. • Smart electrical grids combining IT with power.
  • 11. NAG Is there a Nordic Way? • System approach • Market based solutions and instruments • Cost efficient measures • Open dialog between politics and industry with long history of Nordic cooperation • Diversity...!
  • 12. NAG Renewable support systems German Feed In Tariffs • Control of unit price • Uncertainty about volume (will be reduced) • Differentiated by technology, 4500 different tariffs • Driver for new technologies • Participation of small market actors -> public acceptance • Effective in development of technologies and industries Sw-No Certificates • Control of volume • Uncertainty about unit price • General for renewables, one certificate price • Only mature technologies competitive • Cost efficient to reach target • Only European cooperation mechanism (Se-No)
  • 13. NAG Comparison Sweden-Germany • Similar volume of new renewable electricity production per capita • Similar present pace in increased production per capita • Different leading technologies • Direct, short term costs per kWh for Swedish electricity consumers about 1/10 of German consumers
  • 14. NAG Summary • The Nordic region can demonstrate efficient sustainable solutions within electricity, heat and transportation • A stronger cooperation and interconnection with the Nordic region can make renewables integration more efficient
  • 15. NAG THANK YOU! Anders Olsson Deputy CEO E.ON Nordic
  • 16. NAG Nordic Action Group on Climate and Energy Hördur Arnarson CEO, Landsvirkjun, Iceland Carl Bennet Chairman, Getinge, Sweden Ingrid Bonde CFO, deputy CEO Vattenfall , Sweden Anders Eldrup Former CEO DONG Energy, Chairman Copenhagen Cleantech, Denmark Henrik Ehrnrooth Chairman, Caverio, Pöyry och YIT, Finland Ulrik Federspiel Executive Vice President Haldor Topsoe A/S, Denmark Anders Olsson Deputy CEO E.ON Norden, Sweden