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  • 1. green & clean The Goodwill Ambassador’s Cleantech Workshop, August 24th, 2011
  • 2. Agenda, GWACTG Workshop, First Hotel Skt. Petri, Krystalgade 22, Copenhagen K, August 24th/ Wednesday, 2011 – 0900/1700• 0900 – 1 - Today’s Program & Opening Remarks – by Robert Arendal• 0910 – 2 - Welcome Speech by Marianna Lubanski, Business Development Director, CCC• 0930 – 3 - “Keynote Speech” by Kristian Moller, VP Danish Energy Agency• 0950 – 4 - “Greening of the transport sector – status & future” – by M. Lidegaard, Chairman CONCITO• 1020 – Coffee Break• 1050 – 5 – “Smart Energy” – by Ole Vestergaard, Director, SEAS Energy• 1110 – 6 – “Biomass from Agriculture for Biofuels & Biobased Products” – by Troels Y. Toftdahl, M&E• 1130 – 7 – “Sustainable Biofuels Update” – by Martin Porsgaard, Diretor Environment, SAS & SBN• 1150 – 8 - “EV’s and Home Energy” – by Martin Manniche,• 1210 – 9 - “From Smart Grid & Smart Cities – the Danish opportunity” – by Chris Ugilt Hansen• 1230 – 10- Round Table discussion on GWACTG project opportunities – Moderator Martin Manniche• 1300 – Lunch• 1410 – 11 - “Renewable Energy” – by Knud Pedersen, VP DONG ENERGY• 1430 – 12 - “National Branding for Danish Cleantech” – by Finn Mortensen, Klimakonsortiet• 1450 – 13- “Danish Cleantech Opportunities” – by Hans Peter Slente, Director DI Energy• 1510 – 14- “Cleantech conferences and Exhibitions” – by Sven Thy Christensen and Robert Arendal• 1530 – Coffee Break• 1550 – 15 – Panel discussion – “Moving Forward” – chaired by Mrs. Marianna Lubanski, CCC• 1630 – 16 - Conclusions and GWACTG Agenda for 2011 – by Robert Arendal• 1700 – End of meeting – # All speakers are welcome to participate in the entire meeting and attend the panel discussions. – 213-08-2011ra
  • 3. Vive laDifference!
  • 4. “La femme fatale” or “L’homme glorieux”
  • 5. Different opinions! Right or Wrong! Is the global warming caused by humanity? “Is climate change a natural phenomena, caused by Sun spots, planet’s position etc!” Global warming and increased CO2 has occurred before! “Nature is forgiving!” Really, I do not have to worry!
  • 6. OK! But what about pollution? Not to worry!
  • 7. Pollution? It’s not me! It’s the other guy! Not to worry!
  • 8. You see! It’s not me! Not to worry!The average 500 MW coal-fired plant produces approximately 3 million tons of CO2 emissions per year
  • 9. “Anyhow, the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico will solve itself!” Not to worry!
  • 10. Deep Sea drilling under the North Pole sea ice? No problem! Not to worry!
  • 11. Melting ice, global warming, pollution, acid seas etc, it wont change the Gulf Steam! Not to worry!
  • 12. Anyhow, volcanoes cause the GHG emissions; Not to worry!(Volcanoes emits 195 to 255 million short tons of SO2/CO2 every year,but is still less than 1% (one) of the total CO2 emitted from humanactivities.)
  • 13. 45% remains in the atmosphere!Not to worry? 2008
  • 14. 30% 25% < 1%
  • 15. However, since thousand of years while life on earthstarted to develop, CO2 fluctuated between 200 and275ppm, but never as high as it’s now - and evenworst, foreseen to climb!
  • 16. 385ppm 350ppm275ppm
  • 17. The higher the global temperatures increase, the worst it gets for the planet.
  • 18. Number of Hot Days and Heavy Rainfall Days
  • 19. World Population Growth Scenarios – three possibilities!“Just” 3, 5 or 7 billion additional mouths to feed! Not to worry!
  • 20. Hey – give me a break!Stop the bad news; please, lets talk about the good news!
  • 21. What’s needed!WIND5.8TW (51% of supply)3.8M Wind Turbines(5MW each - 1% in place)720T Wave Converters(0.75MW each – 1% in place)SOLAR4.6TW (40% of supply)1.8M Rooftop PV’s(0.003MW each – 1% in place)48T Solar Power Plants(300MW each – 1% in place)40T PV Power Plants(300MW each – 1% in place)WATER1.1TW (9% of supply)490T Tidal Turbines(1MW each – 1% in place)5,350 GeoThermal plants(100MW each – 2% in place)900 Hydroelectric plants(1300MW each – 70% in place)
  • 22. The steps into the future Roadmap of Energy! Renewable Installations required Worldwide in 2030 (BAU = 16.9TW) Renewables = 11.5TW• Water – 1.1TW/ 9% of supply; – 490,000 Tidal Turbines/ 1MW* (1% in place) – 5,350 Geothermal plants/ 100MW* (2% in place) – 900 Hydroelectric plants/ 1300MW* (70% in place)• Wind -- 5.8TW/ 51% of supply; – 3,800,000 Wind Turbines/ 5MW* (1% in place) – 720,000 Wave Converters/ 0.75MW* (1% in place) [wind drives waves]• Solar -- 4.6TW/ 40% of supply; – 1,700,000,000 Rooftop PV units/).003MW (1% in place) – 49,000 Solar Power Plants/300MW (1% in place) – 40,000 PV Power Plants/300MW (1% in place) – This covers the majority of the world’s energy requirements, but others such as biofuels, fuel cells and new technology sources are also needed.
  • 23. The good scenario• Over time, we must replace all use of fossil fuels (oil, coal and gas) with sustainable and renewable energy and product sources; – All terrestrial power generation must be based on power from Windmills, Wave converters, Hydro Power plants, Solar farms, Solar cells, Geothermal energy sources and other sustainable and non-polluting resources. – Convert all terrestrial transportation to electrical vehicles except maybe Heavy Road Transportation (HRT). – Convert world shipping to sustainable/renewable energy sources such as fuel-cells, biofuel and/or other sources with low or zero CO2/GHG emissions. – Convert all aviation’s requirements from fossil Jet-Kerosene to biofuel with low or zero CO2/GHG emissions. – So how do we do that – and is it feasible with today’s technology and world economies?
  • 24. Well, that’s exactly the subject of today’s workshop;Energy Strategy 2050 is a Danish version of global vision. Can we do it! How do we do it! Local versus Global action! What does it cost? - and many other questions.
  • 25. Cleantech;Made in Denmark – for the world!
  • 26. green & cleanplanet with technology.A GWA initiative and trademark.GWA is a division of CopCap & Woco. Thank You
  • 27. Agenda, GWACTG Workshop, First Hotel Skt. Petri, Krystalgade 22, Copenhagen K, August 24th/ Wednesday, 2011 – 0900/1700• 0900 – 1 - Today’s Program & Opening Remarks – by Robert Arendal• 0910 – 2 - Welcome Speech by Marianna Lubanski, Business Development Director, CCC• 0930 – 3 - “Keynote Speech” by Kristian Moller, VP Danish Energy Agency• 0950 – 4 - “Greening of the transport sector – status & future” – by M. Lidegaard, Chairman CONCITO• 1020 – Coffee Break• 1050 – 5 – “Smart Energy” – by Ole Vestergaard, Director, SEAS Energy• 1110 – 6 – “Biomass from Agriculture for Biofuels & Biobased Products” – by Troels Y. Toftdahl, M&E• 1130 – 7 – “Sustainable Biofuels Update” – by Martin Porsgaard, Diretor Environment, SAS & SBN• 1150 – 8 - “EV’s and Home Energy” – by Martin Manniche,• 1210 – 9 - “From Smart Grid & Smart Cities – the Danish opportunity” – by Chris Ugilt Hansen• 1230 – 10- Round Table discussion on GWACTG project opportunities – Moderator Martin Manniche• 1300 – Lunch• 1410 – 11 - “Renewable Energy” – by Knud Pedersen, VP DONG ENERGY• 1430 – 12 - “National Branding for Danish Cleantech” – by Finn Mortensen, Klimakonsortiet• 1450 – 13- “Danish Cleantech Opportunities” – by Hans Peter Slente, Director DI Energy• 1510 – 14- “Cleantech conferences and Exhibitions” – by Sven Thy Christensen and Robert Arendal• 1530 – Coffee Break• 1550 – 15 – Panel discussion – “Moving Forward” – chaired by Mrs. Marianna Lubanski, CCC• 1630 – 16 - Conclusions and GWACTG Agenda for 2011 – by Robert Arendal• 1700 – End of meeting – # All speakers are welcome to participate in the entire meeting and attend the panel discussions. – 213-08-2011ra