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  • 1. 1Ontario’s Energy Markets in 20 YearsCleantech Business ForumOntario Environmental Industry Association (ONEIA) WorkshopPresented by: David Teichroeb - Enbridge Inc. May 3, 2013
  • 2. 2Enbridge’s Footprint•  Employ 10,000 in Canada & U.S.•  Largest liquid pipeline operation•  Natural gas transmission andCanada’s largest gas distributor•  Electricity transmission•  ~ $ 3 Billion in Green andAlternative energy•  Includes fuel cells, geothermalpower, run of river hydro, heatto power, etc.•  More than 1300 MW of windand solar assets operating orunder construction•  Recent Investments includeHydrogenics and TemporalPower for electricity storage &Morgan Solar for CPV
  • 3. 3Investing in Ontario CompaniesMorgan Solar – Toronto, Ont.•  Concentrating Solar Photovoltaic (CPV)–  Sun tracking technology–  Good potential for grid parity power costsHydrogenics, Mississauga, Ont.•  Electricity Storage with Hydrogen–  Power-to-Gas uses hydrogen electrolyzers forbulk storage of surplus renewable power–  Store renewable Hydrogen in natural gas gridTemporal Power, Mississauga, Ont.•  Flywheel Energy Storage–  Flywheels enable correction of short-durationpower imbalances–  Mechanical battery storing kinetic energySource: Morgan Solar, CPVSource: HydrogenicsSource: Temporal Power
  • 4. 4Innovating for Smarter Energy GridsEnergy Exchanges Between Silos•  Energy exchangesbring new economic,environmental , andoperating flexibility topower grids•  Power to Gas convertsrenewable energy tohydrogen withelectrolyzers•  Renewable gas backto powerNatural  Gas    35%  Transport    Fuels  36%  Electricity    19%  Other  10%  Ontario’s  Energy-­‐Use  ComposiCon  Source Data: Rethinking Energy Conservation in Ontario, May 2010 ReportGas toPower
  • 5. 5Power to Gas; Seasonal Electricity Storage•  Off-Peak electricity to hydrogen with water electrolysis•  Blending of hydrogen in pipeline grids•  Store renewable gas in cavern or pipeline•  Blended gas to electricity at peak time / peak season•  Alternative end-use as green heat or upgradingRenewable Fuel to CCGT& Gas-Fired DistributedGenerationCavern StoragePEMElectrolysisNatural GasNetwork
  • 6. 6Flexibility of Power to Gas1) converts surplus, non-emitting electricity to hydrogen with electrolyser, 2)bank energy in pipeline infrastructure, 3) transmit energy by pipeline, and 4)economic discharge of renewables at the time and place it is neededEnergyStorageEnergyTransportEnergy DischargeEnergy CapturePower GridGas and H2 PipelinesLoad ElectrolyserGas THCNG, & H2 for UpgradingGas Turbine (CCGT)LowCarbonHeatGreen PowerGreen HeatGreen TransportationHydrogenSurplus PowerRegulationServices for ISOGreenGas
  • 7. 7Original Source Image: CGA, “Natural Gas, ourPlace in Canada’s Sustainable Energy FutureHydrogen ProductionSurplus PowerHydrogen InjectionInto PipelineSmart Energy Grids Share InfrastructureUnderground GasStorage ReservoirCombined Cycle GasTurbine Generators•  More flexible planning for energy supply & transmission•  Geographically distributed for grid stability, charging and discharging•  Electricity storage with the single addition of electrolyzer•  all other infrastructure exists
  • 8. 8david.teichroeb@enbridge.com