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Reschains smal scale energy_poland_ati_20140611

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This presentation has been delivered during the Closing Conference of the RES-Chains project (SBP) in Karlskrona (20140611).

This presentation has been delivered during the Closing Conference of the RES-Chains project (SBP) in Karlskrona (20140611).

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  • 1. 1 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) Small scale production – a key component in the development of RES-CHAINS in Poland Dr inż. Andrzej Tonderski, Mgr inż. Agnieszka Miszewska POMCERT
  • 2. 2 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) 1. State of the Art (June 2014) 2. Expected situation 3. Challenges to development of RES Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT
  • 3. 3 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) State of the Art (June 2014) Balance of Electricity Balance of electricity (TWh), Source: Main Statistical Office, 2013 Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 Imports hydroelectric power plants and other renewables public thermal power plants 2000 2005 2010 2011
  • 4. 4 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) State of the Art (June 2014) Composition of RES Source: Main Statistical Office, 2013 Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT Wind Solar Hydro Biogas Biomas Other
  • 5. 5 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) State of the Art (June 2014) Composition of RES Source: DeBenedetti, Majewski, Szcześniak (DMS). Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT In 2012 there were 720 MW of newly installed capacity in PL. By the end of 2012 the total installed capacity was 2.5 GW in PL. The total production of these farms in 2012 was about 4 TWh (out of 6.3 TWh of RES).
  • 6. 6 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) Expected situation Solar roofs in Dzierzgoń, PL Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT In the comming years we would expect a deficit of electric energy in the ammount of about 5000 MW. New large power plants are planned in Kozienice, Opole, Rybnik. However, we are aware that there is a big public procurement problem in Rybnik. RES i µCHP are considered the only chance to close the electric energy balance in the years 2016-2018.
  • 7. 7 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) Expected situation Small-scale RES Concept of Microgeneration of Energy for the House, Source: Źródło: Mikrogeneracja ciepła i energii elektrycznej w lokalnych systemach zasilania , Autor: Radosław Szczerbowski, Politechnika Poznańska („Energia Elektryczna” – styczeń 2011) Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT
  • 8. 8 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) Expected situation Microgeneration Source: Mikrogeneracja ciepła i energii elektrycznej w lokalnych systemach zasilania , Autor: Radosław Szczerbowski, Politechnika Poznańska („Energia Elektryczna” – styczeń 2011) Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT Microgeneration - joint production of heat and electric energy in the small and distributed units (<40 kW). Benefits: -Lower cost of energy for consumers; -Reduction of fuel consumption; -Lower emissions; -Lower transmission losses; -More stable and reliable than RES.
  • 9. 9 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) Challenges to development of RES Barriers to RES & µCHP Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT Barriers for succesful implementation of small-scale RES & µCHP: • Large investement costs; • Problematic connection to the net (time consuming and bueruocratic procedures); • Smart grids are not developed; • Inadequate level of public awareness; Wind power in Darżyno, PL
  • 10. 10 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) Legal changes to development of RES Energy Tripack Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT Legal changes that will help in the implementation of RES and µCHP in Poland: • Renewable Energy Act; • Energy Act; • Gas Act; In February 2012 a first version of the Renewable Energy Act has been presented. In July 2012 a second version of the REA has been sent for the debate and acceptance. In October 2012 a third version of the REA has been produced. On May 2014, the Goverment presented the draft REA for verification with the EU legislation (financial support).
  • 11. 11 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) Legal changes to development of RES Renewable Energy Act – Main Updates Tonderski, Miszewska, 2014, POMCERT PROSUMENT – Both poducer and consuumer of electricity. FEED IN TARRIF – MICROGENERATION – CERTIFICATES - 1. General Principles. 2. Conditions to produce RES 3. Conditions to produce biogas 4. Connection to the net 5. Support mechanisms 6. Guarantee of origin 7. National Programme 8. Certificates 9. International cooperation 10.Penalties 11.Final regulations
  • 12. 12 Lennart Tyrberg, Energy Agency of Southeast Sweden Part financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) THANK YOU THANK YOU! The electric energy demand and legal changes (REA) in Poland will stimulate development of the small scale RES and microgeneration in the coming years.