Creating regional added value by using RES in Germany             Urban Kaiser, Fraunhofer MOEZLocal development based on ...
Regional Energy Concepts in Baltic Sea RegionObjectives               n                   Short and Mid-Term              ...
Regional Energy Concepts in Baltic Sea RegionMethods and Instruments for Implementation                  n                ...
Regional Energy Concepts in Baltic Sea RegionPartners
Introduction•    The implementation of European and national    targets to reduce carbon dioxide emissions has to be    ca...
Study „Regional added value by using RES“
Definition „Regional added value” 1                                      Source: IOEW/ZEE
Definition „Regional added value” 2                                      Source: IOEW/ZEE
Levels of added value                        Source: IOEW/ZEE
Regional added value (example of 1 kW onshore windenergy, one time and yearly effects in Euro, 2009)300200100  0      Inve...
Regional added value (example of 1 kW onshore windenergy, after 20 years of operation, in Euro)
Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 1  12  10   8   6   4   2   0                    ...
Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 2  12  10   8   6   4   2   0                    ...
Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 3  12  10   8   6   4   2   0                    ...
Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 4                                             Sou...
Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 5  12  10   8   6   4   2   0                    ...
Shares of RES Technologies per added value levels                     (2009)               Main Results of                ...
Scenario-based extrapolation for 2020 (according to                  BMU and BEE)                                         ...
Conclusions
Fraunhofer MOEZ – At a Glance•    Founded in 2006•    One of 59 research institutes    within Fraunhofer Gesellschaft•    ...
Acc Research Field „Energy and Social Dialogue“  Core Issueseptanceof
Dziękuję za uwagę         Urban Kaiser, M.A.         Research Fellow         Energy and Social Dialogue         Fraunhofer...
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  1. 1. Creating regional added value by using RES in Germany Urban Kaiser, Fraunhofer MOEZLocal development based on renewable energy sources Łódź, April 15 2011
  2. 2. Regional Energy Concepts in Baltic Sea RegionObjectives n Short and Mid-Term – Networking activities – Transnational exchange of experiences among RES related R&D clusters and networks n Mid-Term – Development of ideas for a joint EU-Proposal regarding integral regional energy concepts for regions (and/or cities) in the Baltic Sea Region – Identification of additional partners for the EU-Proposal n Long-Term – Sustainable transnational R&D-network to foster the (further) development of regional energy concepts in the Baltic Sea Region
  3. 3. Regional Energy Concepts in Baltic Sea RegionMethods and Instruments for Implementation n Four Regional Workshops n March 21: Technical solutions for cities and regions (Kassel, DE) n April 15: Local development based on renewable energy csources (Łódż, PL) n June 7: Social aspects of regional energy concepts (Leipzig, DE) n June 22: Energy-related Climate Change Adaptation strategies for municipalities (Lillehammer, NO) n International Final Conference (Kassel, September 2011) n Communication platform (http://rdnetwork.owwz.de)
  4. 4. Regional Energy Concepts in Baltic Sea RegionPartners
  5. 5. Introduction• The implementation of European and national targets to reduce carbon dioxide emissions has to be carried out on regional and local level• The main driver for municipalities for using RES is creating regional added value-> Which kind of regional added value effects by usingRES are possible and how can they be calculated?
  6. 6. Study „Regional added value by using RES“
  7. 7. Definition „Regional added value” 1 Source: IOEW/ZEE
  8. 8. Definition „Regional added value” 2 Source: IOEW/ZEE
  9. 9. Levels of added value Source: IOEW/ZEE
  10. 10. Regional added value (example of 1 kW onshore windenergy, one time and yearly effects in Euro, 2009)300200100 0 Investion Planning and Technical Operating Installation operation Company Source: IOEW/ZEE Net Income (employment) Profit after Taxes Communal Taxes
  11. 11. Regional added value (example of 1 kW onshore windenergy, after 20 years of operation, in Euro)
  12. 12. Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 1 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Source: IOEW/ZEE
  13. 13. Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 2 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Source: IOEW/ZEE
  14. 14. Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 3 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Source: IOEW/ZEE
  15. 15. Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 4 Source: IOEW/ZEE
  16. 16. Added Value of a generic municipality with an averagedegree of extension 5 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Source: IOEW/ZEE
  17. 17. Shares of RES Technologies per added value levels (2009) Main Results of Extrapolation 2009 − Total added value: 6,7 Billion Euro − Parts: PV 2,4, Wind 2, Biomass total 1,7 Billion Euro − Municipality Taxes: 0,6 Billion Euro − 116.000 full-time employee in Renewable Energy Area − 3,7 Billion Euro avoided costs for fuel Source: IOEW/ZEE
  18. 18. Scenario-based extrapolation for 2020 (according to BMU and BEE) Main Results of Extrapolation 2020 according to BEE- Developmentforecast: • Total added value: 13 Billion Euro • 50% from PV and Wind • Municipality Taxes: 1,2 Billion Euro • 212.00 full-time employees in Renewable Energy Area • 35 Billion Euro avoided costs for fuel Source: IOEW/ZEE
  19. 19. Conclusions
  20. 20. Fraunhofer MOEZ – At a Glance• Founded in 2006• One of 59 research institutes within Fraunhofer Gesellschaft• Core Competences of applied and international orientated research • Economic Sciences (Business Administration and Economics) • Political and Social Sciences • Eastern European Sciences• 40 members of staff• Three business fields and four “upcoming areas”
  21. 21. Acc Research Field „Energy and Social Dialogue“ Core Issueseptanceof
  22. 22. Dziękuję za uwagę Urban Kaiser, M.A. Research Fellow Energy and Social Dialogue Fraunhofer Center for Central and Eastern Europe MOEZ Neumarkt 9-19 04109 Leipzig GERMANY Phone: +49-341-231039-150 Fax: +49-341-231039-190 E-Mail: urban.kaiser@moez.fraunhofer.de

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