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Energy Technologies and Innovation - Integrated Roadmap

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  • 1. Energy Technologies and Innovation Integrated Roadmap Norela Constantinescu European Commission, DG Energy Maghrenov project 16 December 2013 Energy
  • 2. Key principles Research and innovation challenges to support EU energy system post 2020 •  Looking at the whole energy system •  Bridging research and innovation with energy policy •  Making better use of existing and increased financial resources •  Keep options open •  Connect endogenous resources •  Adding value at the EU level Energy
  • 3. Key development INTEGRATION •  •  Energy efficiency - end use consumption Solutions for a competitive & sustainable energy system •  •  •  •  •  •  Market Flexibility and security Continuity of electricity supply and rationalise demand for infrastructure Active consumer participation Portfolio of cost effective and sustainable energy solutions Interfaces with other sectors Fostering innovation in real environments •  •  Market uptake measures Smart cities and communities Demonstration Research Energy
  • 4. Implementation I •  Strengthening the link with energy policy Member States •  Making better use of existing financial resources EU Finance Private Energy
  • 5. Key conclusions Implementing Actions •  Integrated Roadmap •  Action Plan •  Robust reporting system •  A new coordination structure under the SET plan SG on energy efficiency •  New competences: e.g. nontechnological barriers •  External Dimension – international cooperation Energy
  • 6. Integrated Roadmap Key Building Bloks Blocks VISION STRUCTURAL CHANGES to meet the Vision CHALLENGES seeking for solutions to the required Changes RESEARCH & INNOVATION ACTIONS as solutions for the Challenges Energy ü ü ü 6
  • 7. Structure III. Cities, Communities & Market Uptake Energy V. Monitoring & Review II. Competitive, Efficient, Secure, Sustainable & Flexible Energy System IV. Synergies, Roles & Tasks of Actors I. Energy Efficiency 7
  • 8. Three dimensions of Integration: • Energy system dimension – Integrated European Energy System • Technology lifecycle and product/service supply chain development dimension –integration along innovation chain • European , regional, local dimension – level of actions Energy
  • 9. Integration: innovation chain –lifecycle technology development –eg wind I Technology Readiness Level (TRL) Not ready Ready Evidence: new (Dec 2013) UK support levels show this difference: GBP/MWh 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 Onshore wind Tidal stream 2017/18 2018/19 95 95 95 90 90 305 305 305 305 305 9 Energy
  • 10. Integration: innovation chain –lifecycle technology development –eg wind II Market Readiness Level Size of market uptake Manufacturers •  2500 Diversification: products, services and business portfolio •  1500 Offshore Supply chain: owned/outsourced Strategic alliances: contract agreements 50 500 13 5,4 5,0 101 278 EU 0 1940 Onshore 1000 Public •  •  •  550 2000 250 components, materials •  2012  and  projected  cumultative  installed  capacity  (GW) Global 2012 399 134 EU 118 33 11 Global 2015 1215 665 272 232 182 EU 228 Global 2020 EU Global 2030 EU Global 2050 Social acceptance Spatial planning Minimising environmental impacts 10 Energy
  • 11. Integration: innovation chain –lifecycle technology development –eg wind III Manufacturing Readiness Level Manufacturer   GE Energy   Gamesa   Sinovel   Goldwind/Vensys   REpower   XEMC-Darwind   Areva Multibrid   Sinovel   Goldwind/Vensys   United Power   Siemens   Alstom Wind   REpower   Enercon   Vestas   •  •  •  Model   4.1-113   G136-4.5   SL5000   GW5000   5M   XD115   M5000   SL6000   GW6000   UP6000   SWT-6.0-154   Haliade 150   6M   E126-7.5   V164-8.0   MW   4.1   4.5   5.0   5.0   5.0   5.0   5.0   6.0   6.0   6.0   6.0   6.0   6.15   7.5   8.0   Technology   Status   LS-PMG   Prototype installed in H1, 2012   MS-PMG   Prototype installed in 2011   HS-DFIG   Commercially available   LS-PMG   Prototype installed in 2010   HS-DFIG   Commercially available   LS-PMG   Commercially available   MS-PMG   Commercially available   HS-SCIG   Prototype installed in 2011   LS-PMG   Prototype expected for late 2012   HS-DFIG   Prototype installed in Nov. 2011   LS-PMG   Prototype installed in 2012   LS-PMG   Prototype installed in 2012   HS-DFIG   Commercially available   LS-EMG   Commercially available   MS-PMG   Prototype expected for 2014   Design of turbines: 4 - 8 MW introduced by many manufacturers Larger turbines : 10 -12 MW in the drawing board Industry strategies to reduce costs: delocalisation, regional structures , subsidiaries 11 Energy
  • 12. Integration: innovation chain –lifecycle technology development –eg wind IV National and international supply-chain players in offshore wind 12 Energy
  • 13. Getting all the pieces together Thank you for your attention Energy