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The presentation „Legal aspects and outlook for Poland. Grid connection” by Mariusz Witoński from Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society was given during 'Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy' which ...

The presentation „Legal aspects and outlook for Poland. Grid connection” by Mariusz Witoński from Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society was given during 'Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy' which was held on 26 October 2012 in Gdańsk.

The event was organized by two partners of the SB OFF.E.R (South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions) Project part-financed by the EU (European Regional Development Fund): POMCERT from Poland and DTU Wind Energy from Denmark.

All presentations given during this event are:

Introduction to offshore wind energy in Poland, Andrzej Tonderski, POMCERT
Offshore wind resources, overview, Alfredo Peña, DTU Wind Energy
Technology status, outlook and economics, Peggy Friis, DTU Wind Energy
Design and construction of OWF, Witold Skrzypiński, DTU Wind Energy
Environmental impact assessment, Peggy Friis, DTU Wind Energy
Legal aspects and outlook for Poland. Grid connection, Mariusz Witoński, PTMEW

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Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy – Gdańsk (26.10.2012) – Legal aspects and outlook for Poland by Mariusz Witoński Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy – Gdańsk (26.10.2012) – Legal aspects and outlook for Poland by Mariusz Witoński Presentation Transcript

  • October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY
  • The presentation „Offshore wind energy. Legal aspects and outlook for Poland. Grid connection” by Mariusz Witoński from Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society was given during Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy which was held on 26 October 2012 in Gdańsk. The event was organized by two partners of the SB OFF.E.R (South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions) Projectpart-financed by the EU (European Regional Development Fund): POMCERT from Poland and DTU Wind Energy from Denmark.
  • Part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund)  www.ptmew.pl OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY LEGAL ASPECTS AND OUTLOOK FOR POLAND GRID CONNECTION MARIUSZ WITOŃSKI VICE-PRESIDENT POLISH OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY SOCIETY Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy Gdańsk, 26.10.2012 Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 3
  • Polish Offshore Wind Energy Societywww.ptmew.pl (PTMEW) PTMEW is the organization gathering entities   interested in supporting the offshore wind energy sector in Poland. PTMEW is the organisation focusing exclusively on the offshore wind energy, supporting creation and development of offshore wind energy sector. PTMEW cooperates with scientific institutions, research and development units, branch organizations, public administration and legislative authorities. PTMEW supports the entire offshore wind energy sector: wind farms developers and investors, suppliers of the products and services including: production enterprises, ports, consulting, engineering and logistics companies as well as coastal regions. Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 4
  • Polish Offshore Wind Energy Societywww.ptmew.pl (PTMEW)   Main tasks of PTMEW: Promotion of the offshore wind energy in Poland Active participation in the legislative process Support of the offshore wind energy industry Information and education activities Cooperation with branch organizations Participation in international initiatives and programs Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 5
  • Offshore wind energy in Europewww.ptmew.pl Offshore wind energy development in   2012 Offshore wind energy is one of the fastest   growing energy sectors in Europe 4,4 GW – total connected capacity, 866 MW – new capacity connected in 2011, 523 MW - new capacity connected till mid 2012, 40 GW – EWEA target for 2020.   Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 6
  • Offshore wind energy in Europewww.ptmew.pl Installed offshore wind power   installed in Europe   Source: The European offshore wind industry key 2011 trends and statistics; EWEA, 2012   Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 7
  • Offshore wind energy in Europewww.ptmew.pl Total power and number of turbines in   Europe   Source: The European offshore wind industry key 2011 trends and statistics; EWEA, 2012   Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 8
  • Offshore wind energy in Europewww.ptmew.pl   Market statistics for 2012 3.762 MW – under construction, 8.098 MW – total capacity after connection of the currently constructed wind farms, 20.000 MW – fully consented, 2,9 MW – average daily installation.   Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 9
  • Offshore wind energy in Europewww.ptmew.pl   Fully consented OWF (~ 20.000 MW) Źródło: The European offshore wind industry key 2011 trends   and statistics; EWEA, 2012   Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 10
  • Offshore wind energy on the Balticwww.ptmew.pl Sea Projects developed in the German waters     Baltic 1 (48,3 MW) 2011 Source: Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH   Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 11
  • Polish plans in the Europeanwww.ptmew.pl context 25 GW by 2020 40 GW by 2030 10 GW by 2020 25 GW by 2030 500 MW by 2020 1.4 GW by 2020 4 GW by 2030 Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 12
  • Location conditions in Polandwww.ptmew.pl Initial location analyses     Source: Maritime Institute in Gdansk  Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 13
  • Location conditions in Polandwww.ptmew.pl Potential locations     Source: www.transport.gov.pl  Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 14
  • OWE perspectives in Polandwww.ptmew.pl   Capacity of the Polish maritime areas   3.500 km – areas favourable for OWF location 2 2.000 km2 – areas available for development till 2030 10.000 MW – theoretical capacity of the area of 2.000 km2 (5 MW/km2) 34 TWh/year – energy production by OWF of total power 10.000 MW Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 15
  • Location conditions in Polandwww.ptmew.pl Submitted location applications     Source: PTMEW  Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 16
  • OWE perspectives in Polandwww.ptmew.pl   OWE development scenario in Poland   0,5 – 1 GW – do 2020r. 3,5 – 5 GW – do 2025r. 6 – 10 GW – do 2030r. Location permits (October 2012): - more than 60 applications submitted, - 13 (10 positive) decisions granted. Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 17
  • OWE perspectives in Polandwww.ptmew.pl   Key issues to be solved to secure development of the offshore wind energy in Poland Legal procedures (location, environment, constr.) Support system for RES Interconnection to the national power grid Support for development of production and services offer Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 18
  • OWE perspectives in Polandwww.ptmew.pl   Polish Offshore Grid Concept - 2030  A A N K SZY TYC Ł A B Koncepcja rozwoju systemu sieci przesyłowych w polskich obszarach morskich Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 19
  • CONCLUSIONSwww.ptmew.pl 1. Polish economy and the coastal regions face the unique development chance according to the development of the offshore wind energy in Europe. 2. Polish EEZ secures the highest location capacity in the Baltic Sea region. 3. To use this chance and the location potential, proper political and economical decisions and the suitable strategic planning at the central and regional level are required. Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 20
  • OWE perspectives in Polandwww.ptmew.pl   „Innovation” - III generation jack-up vessel (WTIS); made by Crist SA in Gdynia Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 21
  • www.ptmew.pl Thank you for attention Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society Al. Grunwaldzka 472, 80-309 Gdansk, Poland ptmew@ptmew.pl Polskie Towarzystwo Morskiej Energetyki Wiatrowej 22