Renewables and infrastructure in Wales

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Presentation to the 2013 RICS conference on energy and infrastructure in Wales.

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  • Renewables and infrastructure in Wales

    1. 1. DevelopinginfrastructureforrenewableEnergy
    2. 2. UK renewable energyEnergy WalesroadmapRenewable energyhttp://goo.gl/B6XMVhttp://goo.gl/ar4iqhttp://goo.gl/S3Hfddirective
    3. 3. “Our energy consumptionkeepsIncreasing”BBC Wales “Carwyn Jones talks of how to meet Wales energy needs”4thFebruary 2013
    4. 4. YearMTOEhttp://goo.gl/oSMyVUK energy use
    5. 5. Cost£Efficiency
    6. 6. http://goo.gl/0uxBn
    7. 7. http://goo.gl/0uxBn
    8. 8. Electricity export from Wales
    9. 9. “Macro” level“Micro” level
    10. 10. http://www.roadmap2050.eu/downloads
    11. 11. Conclusion 1ENERGY USE willcontinue todeclinein Wales
    12. 12. DECC, Energy Trends, December 2012
    13. 13. Electricity from renewable sourcesPercentage
    14. 14. Target for 2010Tir MostynFynnon OerCefn Croes CarnoAlltwalis“TheeconomicopportunitiesfromonshorewindinWales”,
    15. 15. Renewable capacity per capita for alladministrations: 2011Source: ONS for census data; DUKES for renewable energy installation data. Thanks to Dr Richard Cowell, Cardiff University
    16. 16. Conclusion 2The growthof renewableenergyin Wales is too slow to meettargets
    17. 17. “Electricity generation costs”, DECC, 201220122018Electricity generation costs, £/MWh
    18. 18. See “Leveling the playing field – the economics of electricity generation” for further detailshttp://goo.gl/Obg52
    19. 19. Conclusion 3Wind is the cheapestrenewable electricity generator(and it’s getting cheaper)
    20. 20. “Energy Trends”, DECC, January 2013UK electricity output, Q3 2012TWh
    21. 21. WindSolar
    22. 22. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/65858/3946-energy-trends-section-6-renewables.pdf
    23. 23. Annual output from PV in GermanyTWh
    24. 24. Conclusion 4Small-scale systems are set torevolutioniseour electricity generation system(It’s not just solar…)
    25. 25. 1. Energy use will continue to decline inWales (not electricity!)2. Growth of renewables – particularly in Wales –is fartoo slow3. Windis the cheapest renewable electricitygenerator, but other technologies are joining thepartySummary
    26. 26. What does this mean forwinning contracts in alow-carbon Wales?
    27. 27. David ClubbDirector, RenewableUK Cymrudavid.clubb@renewableuk.com“Winning contracts in a low-carbon Wales of the future”7thMarch 2013@davidowainclubbwww.ynnicymru.org.uk
    28. 28. Photo credits

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