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  • SD- We need actual CO2 data. I didn’t have any on file. EU- I moved the CO2 Data to Slide 4, and inserted the current US Generation Mix.
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    • 1. Supergrid<br />Joe Corbett, Head of Technical Services<br />10th May 2010<br />
    • 2. Introduction to Mainstream<br />
    • 3. An introduction to Mainstream <br /><ul><li>Founded in February 2008
    • 4. Innovative, entrepreneurial and ambitious global renewable energy company
    • 5. Owned by Eddie O’Connor and Staff/Management
    • 6. 100+ Employees
    • 7. Management Team Includes:
    • 8. Dr. Eddie O’Connor: Founder &amp; Chief Executive Officer
    • 9. Fintan Whelan: Co-Founder &amp; Corporate Finance Director
    • 10. Andy Kinsella: Executive Director and CEO, Offshore
    • 11. Torben Andersen: Executive Director and CEO, Onshore
    • 12. Board Members Include:
    • 13. Fintan Drury: Chairman
    • 14. Chuck Watson Former Chairman and CEO of Dynegy Inc
    • 15. Sir Roy Gardner Former CEO of Centrica
    • 16. Brendan Halligan Chairman, Sustainable Energy Ireland
    • 17. John Lavery Co-Founder, Airtricity
    • 18. Mark Brown Barclays Capital</li></ul>3<br />
    • 19. Jan ’10: UK: Mainstream and Siemens Project Ventures awarded a contract to develop 4GW as part of The Crown Estate’s Round 3 offshore wind farm programme<br />4<br />Jun ’09: US: Acquired from FPC Services, Illinois 787 MW<br />May ’09: Germany: Working towards securing exclusive license for 1,000 MW site<br />Mar ’09: South Africa: Signed JV with Genesis Eco-Energy for 500 MW<br />Mar ’09: Canada: Signed JV with AWEC for 400 MW<br />Feb ’09: Scotland: Awarded exclusive license for 450 MW offshore site<br />Milestones achieved to date <br />Dec ’08: Raised €26m non-bank mezzanine facility<br />Nov ’08: Chile: Signed JV with Andes Energy for initial 400 MW pipeline<br />Aug ’08: Raised €40m equity; €20m from Barclays Capital, €20m from the Board, management, staff and HNWI’s<br />Feb ’08: Seed equity of €32m from founders<br />February 2008<br />
    • 20. Scotland (Offshore)<br /><ul><li>Secured pipeline to date: up to 450 MW</li></ul>UK (Offshore)<br /><ul><li>Secured pipeline to date: 4 GW</li></ul>Canada (Onshore)<br /><ul><li>Secured pipeline to date: 400 MW</li></ul>United States (Onshore)<br /><ul><li>Secured pipeline to date: 757 MW </li></ul>Chile (Onshore)<br /><ul><li>Secured pipeline to date: 400MW</li></ul>South Africa (Onshore)<br /><ul><li>Secured pipeline to date: 500 MW</li></ul>Germany (Offshore)<br /><ul><li>Secured pipeline to date: 1,000 MW</li></ul>Target markets<br />5<br />
    • 21. The Supergrid<br />
    • 22. Drivers<br />Single Market<br />Competition<br />Energy Security<br />Sustainability<br />Renewable Energy Targets<br />
    • 23. Context<br />2050 Europe<br />Wind 50%<br />Solar 30%<br />Other 20%<br />1.5 TW of Offshore Wind!<br />
    • 24. Generation Mix - 2050<br />
    • 25. Recent Plans (example)<br />10<br />
    • 26. Supergrid is defined as: <br />“an electricity transmission system, mainly based on direct current, designed to facilitate large-scale sustainable power generation in remote areas for transmission to centres of consumption, one of whose fundamental attributes will be the enhancement of the market in electricity.”<br />
    • 27. The Friends of the Supergrid: <br />“is a group of companies and organisations with a mutual interest in promoting the policy agenda for a European Supergrid.”<br />Visit www.friendsofthesupergrid.eu<br />
    • 28. Other Initiatives<br />North Seas Countries Offshore Grid Initiative<br />Adamowitsch Group<br />Super Smart Grid<br />ENTSO-E<br />ERGEG/CEER<br />
    • 29. Supergrid – phase 1<br />14<br />
    • 30. Power Transfer CapabilityAC versus HVDC transmission<br />400 kV AC line<br />Overhead lines<br />320 kV DC line<br />Three 400 kV AC cables<br />Cables<br />Two 320 kVDC cables<br />
    • 31. What is HVDC transmission?<br />Sending<br />End<br />Receiving<br />End<br />DC Line<br />Inverter<br />Rectifier<br />R<br />Convertor/ transformer<br />Vdc<br />F<br />F<br />Idc<br />Capacitor/Filter<br />i<br />i<br />Idc<br />i<br />Iac<br />Iac<br />t<br />t<br />t<br />
    • 32. Submarine Cable Transmission<br />AC<br />AC<br />AC<br />AC<br />AC<br />AC<br />DC Cable<br />Back-to-Back Interconnection<br />Long Distance OHL Transmission<br />DC Line<br />HVDC Uses<br />
    • 33. Station<br />Cost<br />Lines &amp; Stations<br />Comparable costs: <br />AC vs DC<br />DC<br />Break Even<br />Distance<br />DC<br />Convertor<br />Stations<br />AC<br />800km<br />Overhead<br />Line<br />50km<br />Submarine<br />Cable<br />AC Sub-<br />stations<br />Transmission<br />Distance<br />7341200<br />When does HVDC make Sense?<br />
    • 34. Technology<br />Bulk Power Transfers over Long Distance between SuperNodes<br />HVDC<br />Voltage Source Converter<br />Superconducting Pipes<br />Minimum Losses<br />Demand Side Management<br />Smart Grid<br />Pricing Response<br />Transport Fleet<br />
    • 35. Compare 765kV AC with Superconductor Pipe<br />Source: American Superconductor<br />20<br />
    • 36. Source: American Superconductor<br />
    • 37. SuperNode Concept<br />SUPERNODE CONCEPT<br />2.4GW<br />2 x 500MW<br />2 x 500MW<br />400kV<br />2.4GW<br />±320kV<br />Converter Station<br />±320kV<br />2.4GW<br />2.4GW<br />2 x 500MW<br />2 x 500MW<br />
    • 38. Cost: Supergrid – phase 1<br />23<br />
    • 39. How much will it Cost?<br />
    • 40. What do we Need?<br />EU Regulator<br />Common Regulatory Framework<br />Super System Operator<br />Single Grid Code<br />Master-plan for 2050<br />
    • 41. What do we Need?<br />Converter Development<br />Lower Costs<br />Lower Losses<br />Higher Current<br />DC Cables<br />Higher Voltage<br />DC Switchgear<br />Super-Conducting Pipes<br />Control &amp; Protection<br />Multi-terminal HVDC Links<br />Inertia?<br />
    • 42. Moving from aCarbon Intense Reality to a Low Carbon Future<br />2030 U.S. Low Carbon Scenario – (LCS)<br /><ul><li>Consumption Estimate**
    • 43. 4,800 TWh
    • 44. &gt;50% Generation from Renewables
    • 45. Proposed Generation Mix:
    • 46. Wind: 43%
    • 47. Solar: 7%
    • 48. Conventional Hydro: 13%
    • 49. Other Renewables (Biomass, Geothermal, etc.): 3%
    • 50. Nuclear: 16%
    • 51. Natural Gas: 18%</li></ul>**Assumes a 40% increase in <br /> energy consumption on 2008 values<br />Current U.S. Generation Mix*<br /><ul><li>Consumption†
    • 52. 3,440 TWh
    • 53. &gt;98% of U.S. generation is derived from non-renewable sources
    • 54. Generation Mix:
    • 55. Coal: 48%
    • 56. Natural Gas: 21%
    • 57. Nuclear: 20%
    • 58. Conventional Hydro: 6%
    • 59. Wind: 1%
    • 60. Other: 4%</li></ul>*2008 Data, DOE/EIA<br />† Consumption in Bundled Total Sales<br />
    • 61. US Supergrid<br />
    • 62. European Supergrid<br />

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