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  • 1. Cleantech - Teollisuuden energiatehokkuus Itä- Euroopassa ja Venäjällä Santtu Hulkkonen, Ohjelmajohtaja Cleantech Finland, FinproYmpäristöteknologianasiantuntijaseminaari – TEM18.11.2010
  • 2. Contents• Cleantech Finland• Trends, markets vs. Finnish offering• Economic outlook in Central & Eastern Europe & Russia• Energy efficiency measures in CEE & Russia• Energy efficiency market opportunities for Finnish companiesNovember 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 2
  • 3. Customers, Investors, MediaCleantech Finland –brand All Cleantech Finlandsupports companies in companies have their ownprofiling themselves as brand building & marketing‟attractive business activities.partners‟. Visibility & Image synergies 3
  • 4. Cleantech Finland. Members.
  • 5. Energy sector in change Booming growth market (10 % bio, 20 % wind, 40 % sun) Conservative -> sexy Production/supply driven to consumer demand From centralized to decentralized systems Fossils to renewable “Dirty” to clean technology Inefficient to Efficient (30 % -> 95 %) ICT guys go greenNovember 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 5
  • 6. Global Market Volume of CleantechSource: Roland Berger 2009 (Greentech 2.0)
  • 7. Cleantech Finland – Top expertiseSectors, Finnish competence Marketgrowth rate Energy Recycling efficiency Bioenergy & wind Clean industrial Measuring, analysis, processes automation Waste Consultancy management Water resources Air protection management The size of the ball is equivalent to market position of the Finnish companies in the global markets. Market size April 22, 2010 7
  • 8. Muutamien energiatehokkuus teknologioiden kokonaismarkkinat. Vuosi 2000, Vuosi 2010, Vuosi 2020, mrd.$ mrd.$ mrd.$Prosessiautomaatio 7,8 11 15-järjestelmätTaajuusmuuttajat 6,5 9,6 15,6Valitut 0,19 0,19 0,32metsäteollisuudenteknologiatLähde:Tekes, Climbus -teknologiaohjelman taustaselvityksessä arvioitujen teknologioidenkokonaismarkkinat. November 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 8
  • 9. Finnish energy efficiency, strengthstoday• Efficient administration and open markets• CHP, district heating and cooling (municipal)• Services and software – Energy audits, emissions trading, energy monitoring and measuring• Integrated processes in industry and industrial CHP• Energy efficient processes in energy intensive industries• Frequency inverters and power electronics• Wood/non-wood based bio-fuels• Process and building automation• Low-energy buildingsNovember 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 9
  • 10. Finlands most promising innovationsNew generation bio-fuels Energy efficiency Electric vehiclesWood/non-wood based, by- Smart grid Motors, automation, products from various AC drives, batteries industries April 22, 2010 10
  • 11. GDP growth (%) - CEE countries areback on track!November 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 11
  • 12. Carbon emissions in Mt CO2 eq. Slovenia Slovakia Romania Poland Kyoto Target 2007 Hungary 2005Czech Republic Bulgaria Austria 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Source: www.energy.eu 2010 & Eurostat 2010November 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 12
  • 13. Russia recovered fast, but far fromrecord years!November 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 13
  • 14. Market barriers – CEE far developedthan Russia!• Absence of „energy efficiency culture‟ both policy- makers and end-users.• Legislative and regulatory system• Economic and structural factors• Financial barriers• Lack of the necessary knowledge, skills and management and potential service providers.November 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 14
  • 15. Huge energy efficiency potentials inRussian industry.November 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 15
  • 16. Market opportunities for Finnishcompanies in CEE & Russia• Combined heat and power generation (CHP)• District heating• Efficient industrial processes – pulp & paper – Chemicals – Cement – Metal & steel – Etc.• Energy management practices, energy audits• Automation (ICT); smart grids• ESCO – Energy Service Company services• Advisory services, training, capacity buildingNovember 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 16
  • 17. Opportunity: energy efficiency improvementsin Russian pulp & paper factories Average Russian energy International energy intensity intensityPulp production 18.1 GJ/t 11-14.3 GJ/tPaper production 12-13 GJ/t 9GJ/tPaper board production 11.77 GJ/t 7.8 GJ/tNovember 22, 2010 Finnish Cleantech 17
  • 18. Opportunity: Romania Energy efficiency and environmental protection Due to high inefficiency energy consumption per capita is 7 times higher than in Western Europe. National priorities are energy efficiency and conservation as well as closing environmentally hazardous power plants. Investments in power generation and transmission grid One third of power plants has been operating longer than 30 years and the grid is obsolete. Investments of 12-15 billion USD are expected within next 10 years. Currently twoModernization of refineries new nuclear reactors are under constructionRomania holds one-third of Central and by the Canadians.Eastern Europe‟s refining capacity, butthe sector needs massive investments Privatization and liberalisation of energyto upgrade equipment and to improve marketefficiency. This will change the whole playground and make the market entry easier for new players. / © Finpro ry / / 18
  • 19. Cleantech Finland highlights 2011 Cleantech Finland Smart Days @Economic Forum St. Petersburg/June Media Roundtable St. Petersburg/tbc Media Roundtable Beijing/October Cleantech Finland Smart Days Cleantech Finland London/December Cleantech Finland Smart Days CEE tour Feb-June Shanghai/May Cleantech Forum Europe 2011 Amsterdam/May EWEA 2011 Brussels/May WFES 2011 Abu Dhabi/January Cleantech Finland Media Roundtable Cleantech Finland Germany/April Smart Days @DSDS 2011 Power-Gen Europe Delhi/February Milan/June DIREC 2011 Delhi/October COP17 South Africa/December 11/22/2010 19
  • 20. www.cleantechfinland.com