Zita Dibaczi, Hungarian representative for 4BIOMASS

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  • Number of employees: about 60 Policy development and technical assistance for the Ministry
  • Hány % ez most? Ami majd 14 % lesz????? Biomassza 2010-ben 40,7 PJ 2020-ban 60,97 PJ 2009: Renewable Energy Directive EU target: 20% Hungarian target: 13% Hungarian National Renewable Energy Action Plan  14,65% 40,74 PJ = 74% - 2010 55,25 Pj az össz RES 2020-ra össz RES 120,57 PJ ebbő 60,97 PJ biomassza, 50%
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  • 2007 nyara: A környezetért felelős német minisztérium nemzetközi együttműködést indítványoz
  • 4Biomass Co-financed by ERDF Ebből Energia Központ: 255.440 € CE támogatás: 85%
  • 9 partner, 7 tagország Associated Partner Ukrain: Konferencián, workshopokon részt vesznek, előadást tartanak
  • Menedzsment: 6 havonta pénzügyi és előrehaladási jelentés Lead Partner + work packages  working group leader
  • Workshops, field trips, project development Provide direct support to regional stakeholders by turning know-how to show-how. Facilitate investments.
  • Minimum 3 BP/partner: Pilze-Nagy, Pornóapáti, Abony + a honlapon Pannonhalma
  • Save the Dates for 2011

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  • 1. Zita Dibáczi Project manager Hungarian Energy Center Climate Action: Water Conference Hungary – Budapest 23 th March 2011 Fostering the Sustainable Usage of Renewable Energy Sources in Central Europe - Putting Biomass into Action!
  • 2. Presentation Overview
    • Energy Centre
    • 4biomass Project
    • Project Outcomes
  • 3. "Energy Centre" Energy Efficiency, Environment and Energy Information Agency Non-Profit Company
    • Background institution of The Ministry of National Development
      • Energy efficiency
      • Renewable energy sources
      • Participation in international programs, projects
    • Hungarian Energy Statistics
      • National Statistical Data Collection Program
      • International: International Energy Agency, EUROSTAT, United Nations
    • Management of National and International funds
      • 2001 – 2009: National Energy Saving Program
      • 2009 – 2010: Green Investment Scheme
      • 2004 – 2006: Environment and Infrastructure Operational Program
      • 2007 – 2013: Environment and Energy Operational Program
        • 4 th priority axis: Increase of the use of renewable energy sources – 70,87 billion HUF
        • 5 th priority axis: Efficient energy use – 59,22 billion HUF
  • 4. Renewable energy share in power, heating/cooling and transport sector - Hungary 2010  55 PJ 2020  120 PJ National Renewable Energy Action Plan  14,65% 40,7PJ 60,9 PJ
  • 5. Biomass fuelled power plant capacities for electricity in 2008 blue: co-firing, green: only biomass
  • 6. Background of the 4biomass
    • April 2008 : Application was handed in to the Central Europe Transnational Program (INTERREG)
    • October 2008: Approved by the Monitoring Committee of the Operational Programme CENTRAL EUROPE
    • February 2009: Subsidy Contract between the Managing Authority and the Lead Partner
    • May 2009: Partnership agreement among lead partner & partners
  • 7. Project Information
    • Long name: Fostering the sustainable usage of renewable energy sources in Central Europe – Putting biomass into action!
    • Implemented through: CENTRAL EUROPE Program
    • INTERREG IV B 2007-2013
    • Project duration: 36 months: December 2009 - November 2011
    • Prolongation  May 2012
    • Project Budget: 2.409.563 €
    • ERDF Contribution: 1.906.268 €
    • Shares by partners: 503.295 €
  • 8. The Consortium Asscociated Partner Agency for Renewable Resources Austrian Energy Agency Czech Biomass Association Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Energy Centre Non-profit Company Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy & the Environment Institute of Power Engineering University of Science and Technology, Krakow Energy Restructuring Agency
  • 9. Transnational Advisory Group
    •  In order to direct the work of the project into a very practical direction and make results relevant for stakeholders.
  • 10. Objective
    • The overall objective of 4Biomass is:
    • … to foster sustainable usage of renewable energy from biomass and increase the share of renewables to total primary energy supply in Central Europe.
  • 11. Communication, dissemination Project management Networking Transnational biomass Action Plan
  • 12. Output : Exchange of Best practices
    • Inventory
    • Existing projects
    • Project ideas, new technologies
    • Project investigation aspects
    • Energetic (efficiency, etc.)
    • Environmental (raw material, pollution, etc.)
    • Economical (investment, needed support, products, etc.)
    • Choosing demo projects -> Database (Joint Management Tool)
    • Pool information on CE demonstration projects
    • Helps stakeholders to find tailormade solutions for investments/operations in bioenergy plants
  • 13. Practical application of sustainable use of bioenergy
    • Exchange of best practise
      • Database
      • Workshops, field trips, project development (Investments)
  • 14.
    • Energy Farm in Abony
      • Complex project (biogas fired CHP, ethanol production facility, aerob and anaerob fermenters, glass houses)
      • Raw material from 3000 ha agricultural area and from animal husbandry with 2000 head of cattle
      • Outputs: heat + electricity + bioethanol
    • Abbey of Pannonhalma
      • Wood chips boiler (700kW) and gas fired CHP unit (100 kWe)
      • Raw material: vine stem, lavender, wood residues from the arboretum
      • Biosolar village heating system in Pornóapáti
      • 104 households
      • 2 biomass boiler with nominal capacity of 2*600 kW
    Output : Exchange of Best practice s
  • 15.
  • 16. Main Activities: Bioenergy Policy Support
    • Transnational Action Plan
      • Political Framework
        • 8 Country studies + Synthesis Report on Political Framework & Availability of Biomass
      • Stakeholder dialogue concerning national Bioenergy Frameworks
      • Biomass Trade study 8 Country studies + Synthesis Report
     Sustainable bio energy policy approach in Central Europe
  • 17. Some Aspects of Biomass Trade in CE
    • Bioenergy is currently the most important RES in CE, will be essential for achieving 2020 targets
    • PP countries have high domestic potential , in some countries only sparsely utilised (e.g. IT, HU, PL, SK)
    • Trade activities mostly concentrate on CE and neighbouring countries (Ukraine, Russia, Sweden etc.), only minor imports of bioliquids from Asia
    • Traded fractions are mostly refined biomass products like pellets, wood chips, biofuels for transport
    • IT has particularly high biomass imports, AT and DE are large exporters of pellets
    • (4Biomass, Tempel 2010)
  • 18. Some Aspects of Biomass Trade in Hungary
    • Hungarian wood and agro pellet production production
  • 19. Some Aspects of Biomass Trade in Hungary
    • Main export-import routes of wood chips in 2009 (coniferous and non-coniferous)
  • 20. Some Aspects of Biomass Trade in Hungary
    • Main export-import routes of briquettes in 2009
  • 21. Some Aspects of Biomass Trade in Hungary
    • Main export-import routes of firewood in 2009
  • 22. Output: Transnational Action Plan
      • Investigation of the current state of national biomass trade
    • The studies will be presented to policy makers responsible for the implementation of Renewable Energy- as well as Biomass Action Plans.
    •  shows how an integrated and transnational coordinated bioenergy policy can be designed
  • 23.
  • 24. Networking
    • 4Biomass Conference, Budapest 2009
    • Workshop on Sustainability, Berlin 2010
      • 1 st Transnational Forum Warsaw, 7 April 2011
      • 2 nd Transnational Forum Berlin, April 2012
  • 25. Dissemination activities
    • 4BIOMASS web site www.4biomass.eu
      • information about bioenergy use, potentials for more efficient exploitation and the policy framework surrounding bioenergy production
      • access to database, national internet portals and other networks
    • Transnational Newsletter , Flyers
    • Project deliverables will be presented to European and National concerned authorities, EU energy players and the European Energy Associations ( etc.)
  • 26.
    • Stakeholder list: biomass production (agriculture, forestry) and processing companies, transport, energy companies, policy makers, NGOs, etc.
    • Stakeholder dialogue -> Questionnaires, personal interviews
    Networking
  • 27. Output: Transnational Network
    • Purposes:
      • Collect competent institutions under one roof (to know each other)
      • Supports international and national cooperation
      • Supports exchange of information about best practices, new technologies and other ways of biomass utilization
    • Under development... Pending questions:
      • Internet based tool?
      • How we can induce stakeholders to use it?
      • How it can be maintained after the duration of 4Biomass?
  • 28.
      • Thank you for your attention!
    Zita Dibáczi M.Sc. in Renewable energ y [email_address]
  • 29. The “TAG” in detail…
    • Germany - Bundesverband Bioenergie BBE
    • - BMELV
    • Austria - Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Environment & Water Management
    • - Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology
    • Czech Republic - Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic
    • Hungary - Ministry of National Development
    • Italy - Research Center for Renewable Energies CREAR; University of Florence
    • Poland - Institute for Fuels & Renewable Energy (RES)
    • - Secretary of the Polish Member Committee World Energy Council
    • Slovenia - Slovenian Biomass Association