UNDERSTANDING THE LICENSING PROCESS FOR  LARGE SCALE SOLAR PROJECTS
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  • 1. UNDERSTANDING THE LICENSING PROCESS FORLARGE SCALE SOLAR PROJECTSJULIAN HORNDEVELOPMENT MANAGER, SOUTHERN EUROPERES MEDITERRANEE20 SEPTEMBER 2011 1
  • 2. INTRODUCTION TO RES 2
  • 3. RES GROUP PORTFOLIOWind:• 5,000 MW developed and built• 750 MW ownership in operating projects• 170 MW developed in Turkey 3
  • 4. [insert Puits Caston image] France, 5 MW F 4
  • 5. SOLAR LICENSING PROCESS 5
  • 6. Solar radiation > 1650 kwh/m2 6
  • 7. 600 MW of identified grid capacity 7
  • 8. 1-year of measurement y 1 year of solar measurement 8
  • 9. Energy law: key features • Land owners have priority on their land • Financial requirements for 10 MW: q – Bonds: TL 2.5 million – Share capital: TL 8.4 million – Application bond: ? – Bid bond: ? • Feed in Tariff 9
  • 10. Timeline to first commercial solar plant 2012 2013 2014 Solar Measurement Licensing Land, Grid, Permits Design Lead time Construction 10
  • 11. Lessons from wind gridtender process 11
  • 12. Wind farm grid tender gresults so far (krs/kWh) 12
  • 13. Turkey Solar tariffs (€ cent/kWh) Local Manufacture premium: Cells Modules Panel Assembly Inverter Base Market price 13
  • 14. Turkey Solar tariffs (€ cent/kWh) 14
  • 15. Solar tariffs: Turkey vs. Italy (€ cent/kWh) vs Italy Turkey 15
  • 16. Conclusions:• Licensing process is becoming well structured• Investor interest in renewables in Turkey is strong• .... but is it strong enough to make solar work? 16
  • 17. julian.horn@res-anatolia.com 17