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  • 1. Vattenfall- Renewable activities in UK22nd September 2010Magnus Öhrman- Supply Chain ManagerEmail: magnus.ohrman@vattenfall.com 1
  • 2. Vattenfall in Brief • Europe’s fifth largest generator of electricity and the largest producer of heat • Operations in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium and the UK • Electricity: generation, transmission, distribution and sales • Heat: production, distribution and sales • Gas: distribution and sales • Energy trading, lignite mining, consulting and contracting activities in the energy sector • 40,000 employees • Vattenfall AB is 100% owned by the Swedish state
  • 3. New vision and strategic directionVattenfall will create a strong and diversifiedEuropean energy portfolio with sustainableand increased profits, significant growthoptions and will be among the leaders indeveloping environmentally sustainableenergy production.• Profit and value creation• Focus on core markets• Reduce CO2 exposure and grow in low CO2 emitting energy production and gas• Three products – electricity, heat and gas
  • 4. Wind Power - a growth cornerstone Vattenfall Wind Power: Vattenfall invests in wind power as one of the cornerstones for a better climate and for a profitable and sustainable development of Vattenfall today and in the future. • Vattenfall is one of the leading European on- and offshore wind developers and operators • Vattenfall prioritize on the development, construction and ownership of wind projects • Vattenfall takes responsibility for people and nature before, during and after construction • We are committed to reach high acceptance in the communities hosting our wind farms
  • 5. Vattenfall Wind Assets 20 Onshore 620 MW Onshore 620 MW Offshore 686 MW Offshore 686 MW Production 3,8 TWh Production 3,8 TWh Sweden Sweden Denmark Denmark Onshore Onshore 130 MW 130 MW Onshore Onshore 230 MW 230 MW Offshore Offshore 130 MW 130 MW Offshore Offshore 96 MW 96 MW Production Production 736 GWh 736 GWh Production Production 1050 GWh 1050 GWh Germany Germany Poland Poland Onshore Onshore 12 MW 12 MW Onshore Onshore 30 MW 30 MW Offshore Offshore 16 MW 16 MW Offshore Offshore -- Production Production 84 GWh 84 GWh Production Production 60 GWh 60 GWh Netherlands Netherlands Belgium Belgium Onshore Onshore 165 MW 165 MW Onshore Onshore 4,5 MW 4,5 MW Offshore Offshore 54 MW 54 MW Offshore Offshore -- Production Production 525 GWh 525 GWh Production Production 11 GWh 11 GWh UK UK Onshore Onshore 49 MW 49 MW Offshore Offshore 390 MW 390 MW Production Production 1300 GWh 1300 GWh 5
  • 6. Vattenfall Offshore Wind PortfolioDenmark (160 MW)Horns Rev I (160 MW)• In operation since 2002Netherlands (108 MW) Sweden (130 MW)Egmond aan Zee (108 MW) Lillgrund (110 MW)• In operation since 2007 • In operation since 2007 Utgrunden (10 MW) • In operation since 2000 Yttre Stengrund (10 MW) • In operation since 2001United Kingdom (> 7 GW)Kentish Flats (90 MW) Germany (~750 MW)• In operation since 2005 Alpha Ventus (60 MW)• Extension under development • In operation since 2010Thanet (300 MW) DanTysk (288 MW)• In operation since 2010 • Construction 2012/13Ormonde (150 MW)• Commissioning 2011UK Round 3 (up to 7.2 GW)• Development
  • 7. Kentish Flats Wind Farm- in operationKentish flat - Key Data Background and DataRated power 90 MW (30x3.0MW) • Commissioning of the entire wind farm wasExpected energy completed by the end of August 2005. 235 GWh/yeargeneration • Largest wind farm in the UK, at the erectionLocation – UK time in 2005. • Annual production corresponds to the Coast of Kent, consumption of 100.000 households England
  • 8. Thanet Wind Farm- in operationThanet - Key Data Background and DataRated power 300 MW (100x3MW) • Thanet offshore wind farm will be the largestExpected energy operational wind farm in the world when 974 GWh/year commissioned.generationLocation – UK • Officially opened in Sep 2010. The Thanet • Annual production corresponds to the project is located approximately 12 consumption of 240,000 average households km off Foreness Point, the most • Key suppliers eastern part of Kent. – Vestas V90: 100 x 3MW turbines – Many contracts of different size Thanet
  • 9. Ormonde – in constructionOrmonde - Key Data Project Background and ProgressRated power 150MW (30x5MW) • Project developed by Eclipse Energy UK PlcExpected energy (Acquired by Vattenfall in 2009) 508GWh/yeargeneration • Annual production corresponds to theOrmonde – UK consumption of 100,000 average households The Ormonde • Works at site have begun. project is located offshore Barrow Irish Sea • Commission of the entire farm is expected end of 2011 • Key suppliers Ormonde – REpower Systems: 30 x 5MW turbines – BiFab: Design and manufacture foundations – Areva: Electrical works
  • 10. UK- Round 3 Zone Winners 1.Moray firth EDP & SeaEnergy 2.Firth of Airticity Forth (SSE) & 3.Dogger Flour Forewind Bank 4.Hornsea Mainstream & Siemens 5.Norfolk SPR & VV 6.Hastings Eon 7.Isle of Eneco Wight 8. Bristol RWE Channel Npower 9. Irish Sea Centrica
  • 11. The JV- East Anglia Offshore Wind Limited• East Anglia Offshore Wind (EAOW) is a 50/50 joint venture between ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) and Vattenfall Wind Power Ltd. Created for the development of Zone 5 of the Crown Estates Round 3 process.• ScottishPower Renewables is part of Iberdrola Renovables, the worlds largest renewable developer which has over 12,000MW of operational windfarms.• Vattenfall Renewables is part of Vattenfall AB and currently operates over 1000MW of offshore wind capacity around Europe and has a pipeline of 2,700MW of offshore wind capacity at various stages of development.• EAOW - Strong partnership, committed to UK Offshore, long-term approach, technical and commercial ability to deliver.
  • 12. The “Norfolk Zone”- a business opportunity– Approximately 6,000 km2– Shallowest of the Round 3 zones, 97% < 45m– Grid connection secured for the whole zone– 7,200 MW target capacity => 8-10 years of continuous build => 1200 to 1800 Wind turbines and Foundations => Multiple new installation vessels => ‘000s of km of array and export cabling => Multiple AC and DC substations and onshore facilities =>Thousands of people working in construction and operation =>Investment of > £20bn
  • 13. EAOW ObjectivesEAOW will establish a supply chain that: • makes Health and Safety improvement its absolute priority • is secured and can deliver what we want, when we want it • allows manufacturers to plan for the long term • utilises manufacturing knowhow at every stage • facilitates more efficient installation and operation • delivers reliable plant that can be efficiently and safely maintained • allocates risk appropriately • continuously incentivised => delivers lowest Cost of Energy (CoE) 13
  • 14. Programme of Works
  • 15. Thank you for your attention!

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