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Oct. 13-15 – Two of Azure's wind energy experts deliver key presentations at the 2010 China Windpower conference in Beijing. Sebastian Meyer and Hubert Beaumont provided unique insights to an expert ...

Oct. 13-15 – Two of Azure's wind energy experts deliver key presentations at the 2010 China Windpower conference in Beijing. Sebastian Meyer and Hubert Beaumont provided unique insights to an expert audience of national and international industry professionals, government actors and windpower specialists from non-governmental organisations.

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    Azure presents at China Windpower 2010 Azure presents at China Windpower 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Enabling China’s sustainable energy future China Windpower Wind energy integration in China Challenges to wind resources investments Industry update by Azure International’s Sebastian Meyer & Hubert Beaumont Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent
    • Installation outlook Azure pipeline tracking Date 2010 short term (~2015) long term (~2020) Target 10 GW 30 GW Azure 25 GW 75 GW 240 GW • Tracking the order books of manufacturers and component suppliers enables identification of repeat customers, shifts in buying behavior, niches, etc. • Integration of wind energy in China’s energy mix is a challenge. Suitable locations for wind projects are typically far away from industrial centers. Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent 6
    • Integration challenge – Policy response Concentration of wind and coal • Concentrate wind and coal power generation • Transmission of power over long distances • Construction of an ultra-high voltage power grid • Considerable mid-term risks for wind investors • Scale of investment overcomes challenges in the long-term Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent
    • Integration challenge – Policy response Concentration of wind and coal Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent
    • Integration challenge Policy and market responses Policy response Market response Concentrate wind and Invest in off-shore wind coal power generation power generation Transmit energy over Avoids long-distance long distances transmission of power Construct an ultra-high- Pipeline currently stands voltage power grid at 17 GW Considerable mid-term Exploitable resources of risk for wind investors 11,000 TWh p/a Government investment Off-shore wind resources overcomes challenges in pose different challenges the long-term Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent
    • Integration challenge Policy and market responses Policy response Market response • Concentrate wind and • Investment in off-shore coal power generation wind energy • Transmission of power • Off-shore wind avoids over long distances long-distance transmission of power • Construction of an ultra-high voltage • Pipeline currently power grid stands at 17 GW • Considerable mid-term • Exploitable resources risks for wind investors of 11,000 TWh p/a • Scale of investment • Off-shore wind overcomes challenges resources pose in the long-term different challenges Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent
    • Integration challenge – Market response Off-shore wind, bring energy closer • China’s off-shore/near-shore pipeline currently stands at 17 GW • Exploitable resources of 11,000 TWh per annum, similar to the North Sea • Off-shore wind avoids long distance transmission of wind energy • Development of China’s off-shore wind resources poses different challenges • Azure is uniquely placed to support the development of off-shore wind projects Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent
    • Turning challenges into opportunities Towards better wind integration • Which critical governance issues will affect your China operations in the long-run? • Which locations show the greatest promise for the development of wind resources? • What is the history, technology and track record of wind turbines manufactured in China? • Will the supplier be around to honor warranty obligations? • Azure helps you understand challenges and pursue opportunities in China’s wind market Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent
    • Azure International • Azure is a leading provider of cleantech business intelligence and support in the Chinese market since 2003 • We provide research, due diligence and technical support for your cleantech investments and operations in China. • Contact us on (+86) 10 8447 7053 or www.azure- international.com Copyright (c) 2010, Azure International – proprietary information; content may not be copied or distributed without explicit and prior consent