OFFSHORE WIND –                A New Market forLand-Based Wi d Developers and Their Supply Chain?L dB     d Wind D   l    ...
THE OFFSHORE WIND DEVELOPMENT COALITION                             Members and Mission• Board Members   –   Apex Wind    ...
WHY OFFSHORE WIND?                3
WHY OFFSHORE WIND?       Creating highly-skilled, green-tech jobs in the U.S.Land-Based Wind in U.S.: Indicator for U.S. O...
European Offshore Wind Statistics• By 2030, more than 375,000 people to be employed directly in  the sector – 160,000 onsh...
OFFSHORE WIND FARM BASICS1. Site Assessment At Sea2. Assembly On Land3. Measuring Wind Speeds At Sea4. Construction S4 C t...
SITE ASSESSMENT AT SEA                    7
ASSEMBLY ON LANDLong-lead time of components/major payments required well in advance of delivery                          ...
MEASURING WIND SPEEDS AT SEA                          9
CONSTRUCTION AT SEA – I                     10
CONSTRUCTION AT SEA – II                      11
CONSTRUCTION AT SEA – III                       12
OFFSHORE SUBSTATIONS                  13
SUBMARINE CABLE INSTALLATION – I                              14
SUBMARINE CABLE INSTALLATION – II                               15
European Experience                  MIDDELGRUNDEN AND NYSTED, DENMARK                                 Nysted, Denmark - 1...
FEDERAL JURISDICTION OF OFFSHORE WIND FARMS•   OCSLA, as amended by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 – BOEM•   Submerged Land...
PERMITTING TIMELINE                      18
Status of the Offshore Wind Industry – Federal•   Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) extended in fiscal cliff legislation...
Status of U.S. Offshore Wind Industry – Other than NJ – I• ME – Statoil’s 12 MW pilot plant on floating foundations with  ...
Status of U.S. Offshore Wind Industry – Other than NJ – II• MD – NJ-like OREC bill for 200 MW; likely to be enacted Q1  20...
Status of U.S. Offshore Wind Industry – New Jersey I•   DOE support for Fishermen’s Energy 25 MW pilot project; NJ Board o...
Status of U.S. Offshore Wind Industry – New Jersey II•   Federal – State Task Force working on description of auction proc...
Scale of an Offshore Wind TurbineRotor diameter = 154 mBlade = 75 mTotal turbine = 500 tonsFoundation = 400 tons  Hotel In...
THANK YOU!For more information, please contact:         Jim Lanard, President  Offshore Wind Development Coalition     113...
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Jim Lanard, Offshore Wind Development Coalition - Keynote Speaker at the marcus evans Wind Power Summit 20123 held in Dallas, TX February 25-26, 2013, delivered his presentation entitled Offshore Wind – A New Market for Land-Based Wind Developers and Their Supply Chain

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Offshore Wind – A New Market for Land-Based Wind Developers and Their Supply Chain - Jim Lanard, Offshore Wind Development Coalition

  1. 1. OFFSHORE WIND – A New Market forLand-Based Wi d Developers and Their Supply Chain?L dB d Wind D l d Th i S l Ch i ? WIND POWER SUMMIT Hosted by: Marcus Evans Dallas, TX February 25, 2013
  2. 2. THE OFFSHORE WIND DEVELOPMENT COALITION Members and Mission• Board Members – Apex Wind – Fishermen’s Energy – Cape Wi d C Wind – NRG Bluewater Wi d Bl t Wind – Deepwater Wind – OffshoreMW – EDF Renewables – AWEA• Policy and General Members – Supply chain industries pp y – Consultants – Manufacturers – Engineering Firms• Mission – To advocate for legislative and regulatory policies that promote the development of offshore wind 2
  3. 3. WHY OFFSHORE WIND? 3
  4. 4. WHY OFFSHORE WIND? Creating highly-skilled, green-tech jobs in the U.S.Land-Based Wind in U.S.: Indicator for U.S. Offshore Wind Potential• Averaged more than $15 billion annually in private investment for past five years t fi• Manufacturing supply chain: nearly 500 manufacturing facilities, employs 30,000 people, with industry-wide employment at 75,000• 67% of a wind turbine’s value now produced in the U.S., as compared to only 25% prior to 2005• Added 35% of all new power generation capacity over past five years• Five states obtain more than 10% of their electricity from wind; 13 more obtain over 5% of their electricity from wind• Total U.S. wind capacity is 51,630 MWs (September 2012) = more p y , ( p ) than 20% of the world’s installed wind power• Source: AWEA 4
  5. 5. European Offshore Wind Statistics• By 2030, more than 375,000 people to be employed directly in the sector – 160,000 onshore and 215,000 offshore. , ,• More than 20 years of offshore wind growth in Europe• 55 wind farms in 10 countries• 1,662 turbines in the water• 4,995 MW nameplate• Average nameplate capacity of just under 200 MW (modern projects)• Average water depth of 22.8 m (74.8 feet)• A Average di t distance f from shore of 23 4 k (14 5 miles) h f 23.4 km (14.5 il )• Source: European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), Forbes 5
  6. 6. OFFSHORE WIND FARM BASICS1. Site Assessment At Sea2. Assembly On Land3. Measuring Wind Speeds At Sea4. Construction S4 C t ti At Sea 1. Foundations 2. Towers 3. Nacelles5. Offshore Substation6. Submarine Cable Installation 6
  7. 7. SITE ASSESSMENT AT SEA 7
  8. 8. ASSEMBLY ON LANDLong-lead time of components/major payments required well in advance of delivery 8 88
  9. 9. MEASURING WIND SPEEDS AT SEA 9
  10. 10. CONSTRUCTION AT SEA – I 10
  11. 11. CONSTRUCTION AT SEA – II 11
  12. 12. CONSTRUCTION AT SEA – III 12
  13. 13. OFFSHORE SUBSTATIONS 13
  14. 14. SUBMARINE CABLE INSTALLATION – I 14
  15. 15. SUBMARINE CABLE INSTALLATION – II 15
  16. 16. European Experience MIDDELGRUNDEN AND NYSTED, DENMARK Nysted, Denmark - 165 MWMiddelgrunden, Denmark - 40 MW 16
  17. 17. FEDERAL JURISDICTION OF OFFSHORE WIND FARMS• OCSLA, as amended by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 – BOEM• Submerged Lands Act – BOEM• NEPA – CEQ and Other Agencies• Marine Mammal P t ti A t – FWS and NMFS M i M l Protection Act d• Estuary Protection Act – FWS• National Marine Sanctuary Act – NOAA• Migratory Bird Treaty Act – FWS• Endangered Species Act – CEQ• Marine Protection, Research. and Sanctuaries Act – EPA, ACOE, NOAA• Clean Water Act – EPA• Rivers and Harbors Act – ACOE• Clean Air Act – EPA and BOEM• Federal Power Act – FERC• Coastal Zone Management Act – NOAA• Federal Aviation Act – FAA• National Historic Preservation Act – NPS• Other Agency Involvement: DOD, Homeland Security, USCG 17
  18. 18. PERMITTING TIMELINE 18
  19. 19. Status of the Offshore Wind Industry – Federal• Federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) extended in fiscal cliff legislation• DOE issues seven awards for Advanced Technology Demonstration Projects for offshore wind – Funding levels could reach to $180 million• Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for Wind Energy Areas in Mid- Mid Atlantic (including New Jersey) thereby avoiding duplicative Environmental Impact Statement for site assessment and leasing activities• U.S. U S Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energ Management B rea Energy (BOEM) moving forward for offshore wind farm leases on the Outer Continental Shelf• BOEM continuing to refine rules and regulations for offshore wind engineering and design, construction, installation, operation and maintenance and decommissioning 19
  20. 20. Status of U.S. Offshore Wind Industry – Other than NJ – I• ME – Statoil’s 12 MW pilot plant on floating foundations with Power Purchase Agreement ( g (PPA); DOE support for the Statoil ); pp pilot project and for University of Maine’s 12 MW pilot project• MA – Cape Wind’s 420 MW project commence construction end of 2013 with PPA; auction process (in collaboration with RI) f ( ) underway; state investing in port facilities• RI – Deepwater Wind s 30 MW pilot project with PPA commence Wind’s PPA, construction end of 2013• NY – Energy Highway Blueprint considers offshore wind• DE – NRG lease issued, no offtake mechanism 20
  21. 21. Status of U.S. Offshore Wind Industry – Other than NJ – II• MD – NJ-like OREC bill for 200 MW; likely to be enacted Q1 2013• VA – lease auction process underway; DOE support for Dominion Resources’ 12 MW pilot p j p project• NC, SC and GA – BOEM supporting R&D and site identification• TX – DOE support for Baryonyx s 18 MW pilot project Baryonyx’s• OH – DOE support for LEEDCo’s 27 MW pilot project• OR – DOE support for Principle Power’s 30 MW pilot project 21
  22. 22. Status of U.S. Offshore Wind Industry – New Jersey I• DOE support for Fishermen’s Energy 25 MW pilot project; NJ Board of Public Utilities (BPU) support for Fishermen’s wind resource assessment equipment• New Jersey Offshore Wind Economic Development Act – Signed by Governor Christie, August 19, 2010 – Law initially a t c pates up to 1100 MWs o o s o e ge e at o a t a y anticipates 00 s of offshore generation – 350 MW wind farm costs in range of $1.5 billion to $2 billion – New Jersey law could bring up to $6 billion of investment to the state, exclusive of Atlantic Wind Connection’s New Jersey Energy Link• Offshore Wind Renewable Energy Certificate (OREC) regulations, exclusive of the funding mechanism, expected to be formally re- adopted February 2013• BPU consultant Boston Pacific providing assistance to develop funding mechanism with proposed rule expected from the BPU in Q2 2013. 22
  23. 23. Status of U.S. Offshore Wind Industry – New Jersey II• Federal – State Task Force working on description of auction procedures and delineation of auction zones for New Jersey; expected delivery date by BOEM of these proposals mid-March – Three to five zones anticipated, each of which to be bid separately by interested developers – Footprint of each zone to be large enough to accommodate utility-scale wind farms• Once Task Force work completed, BOEM to publish draft Proposed Sale Notice (PSN), followed by 60-day comment period• Final Sale Notice (FSN) to be published Q3 or Q4 2013• Developers then participate in federal auction process for offshore wind farm leases off coast of New Jersey• Auctions may be conducted prior to finalization of NJ OREC regulations and before OREC applications submitted to BPU by interested developers 23
  24. 24. Scale of an Offshore Wind TurbineRotor diameter = 154 mBlade = 75 mTotal turbine = 500 tonsFoundation = 400 tons Hotel Intercontinental Turbine With tip at 12:00 Bank of America Plaza Dallas, TX 141 meters Dallas, TX 64 meters 24 281Meters
  25. 25. THANK YOU!For more information, please contact: Jim Lanard, President Offshore Wind Development Coalition 1130 C Connecticut A ti t Avenue , NW Suite 300 Washington, DC 20036 JLanard@OffshoreWindDC.org 202.688.1424 202 688 1424 www.OffshoreWindDC.org 25
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