Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energies An Effective Stimulus Package without New Public Borrowing Washington, 24th April 20...
Share of Renewables in the Gross Electricity Consumption in Germany   www.hans-josef-fell.de forecast
Job engine   renewable energies in Germany www.hans-josef-fell.de Sources:  http://www.bee-ev.de/presse.php?pr=1218, http:...
Oil production world summary Energy Watch Group www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: LBST/ Energy Watch Group 1935 1945 1955 196...
Annual Investment in Renewable Energy Capacity, 1995-2007   www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: REN21
Global Windpower IEA-outlook and reality www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: Rechsteiner
Photovoltaics – Germany, Japan and USA www.hans-josef-fell.de Sources: BSW,EPIA,ISES
Wind power – Increase & Costs Costs for wind energy ~ 8 Cent/kWh in Germany ~ 14 Cent/kWh in Great Britain Source: http://...
Key components of a successfull feed-in law <ul><li>Privileged grid access </li></ul><ul><li>Attractive feed-in tariff for...
Photovoltaic www.hans-josef-fell.de
Innovation of Wind Power Technology  20 Years Development of Wind Power Technology  (20 kW to 6 MW) www.hans-josef-fell.de
Biogas www.hans-josef-fell.de
Geothermal Energy www.hans-josef-fell.de Hot-Dry-Rock Method
Small Hydropower www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: Badenova
Key components of a successfull feed-in law <ul><li>Privileged grid access </li></ul><ul><li>Attractive feed-in tariff for...
Worldwide Potential Renewable Energy Source: FVS/DLR www.hans-josef-fell.de
Solar potential vs. electricity demand One percent (  ) of the Sahara's surface is enough to meet the world's entire elect...
Solar Car (Twike) in front of Solar Park www.hans-josef-fell.de
Many thanks for your  Attention! www.hans-josef-fell.de
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Hans Josef Fell | Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energies

  1. 1. Feed-in Tariff for Renewable Energies An Effective Stimulus Package without New Public Borrowing Washington, 24th April 2009 Hans-Josef Fell, Member of the German Parliament
  2. 2. Share of Renewables in the Gross Electricity Consumption in Germany www.hans-josef-fell.de forecast
  3. 3. Job engine renewable energies in Germany www.hans-josef-fell.de Sources: http://www.bee-ev.de/presse.php?pr=1218, http://www.braunkohle.de/pages/grafiken.php?page=384, http://www.gvst.de/site/steinkohle/statistik.htm, http://www.kernenergie.de/r2/de/ 1000 Jobs in 2008: forecast
  4. 4. Oil production world summary Energy Watch Group www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: LBST/ Energy Watch Group 1935 1945 1955 1965 1975 1985 1995 2005 2015 2025 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Oil production [Mb/d] 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 WEO2006 Middle East Africa Latin America South Asia East Asia China Transition Economies OECD Pacific OECD Europe OECD North America WEO 2006 WEO 2008 WEO2008
  5. 5. Annual Investment in Renewable Energy Capacity, 1995-2007 www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: REN21
  6. 6. Global Windpower IEA-outlook and reality www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: Rechsteiner
  7. 7. Photovoltaics – Germany, Japan and USA www.hans-josef-fell.de Sources: BSW,EPIA,ISES
  8. 8. Wind power – Increase & Costs Costs for wind energy ~ 8 Cent/kWh in Germany ~ 14 Cent/kWh in Great Britain Source: http://www.ewea.org & Hans-Josef Fell MW www.hans-josef-fell.de
  9. 9. Key components of a successfull feed-in law <ul><li>Privileged grid access </li></ul><ul><li>Attractive feed-in tariff for each RE technology </li></ul><ul><li>(must be high enough for cost-efficiency RE power production) </li></ul><ul><li>Feed-in cost distributed via electricity price </li></ul><ul><li>No cap on total amount of generated RE power </li></ul><ul><li>Guaranteed feed-in period </li></ul><ul><li>No Cap </li></ul><ul><li>Also important: No obstacles through approval procedures in practice </li></ul>www.hans-josef-fell.de
  10. 10. Photovoltaic www.hans-josef-fell.de
  11. 11. Innovation of Wind Power Technology 20 Years Development of Wind Power Technology (20 kW to 6 MW) www.hans-josef-fell.de
  12. 12. Biogas www.hans-josef-fell.de
  13. 13. Geothermal Energy www.hans-josef-fell.de Hot-Dry-Rock Method
  14. 14. Small Hydropower www.hans-josef-fell.de Source: Badenova
  15. 15. Key components of a successfull feed-in law <ul><li>Privileged grid access </li></ul><ul><li>Attractive feed-in tariff for each RE technology </li></ul><ul><li>(must be high enough for cost-efficiency RE power production) </li></ul><ul><li>Feed-in cost distributed via electricity price </li></ul><ul><li>No cap on total amount of generated RE power </li></ul><ul><li>Guaranteed feed-in period </li></ul><ul><li>No Cap </li></ul><ul><li>Also important: No obstacles through approval procedures in practice </li></ul>www.hans-josef-fell.de
  16. 16. Worldwide Potential Renewable Energy Source: FVS/DLR www.hans-josef-fell.de
  17. 17. Solar potential vs. electricity demand One percent ( ) of the Sahara's surface is enough to meet the world's entire electricity demand using CSP technologies. Prof. Dr. Volker Quaschning [5] www.hans-josef-fell.de
  18. 18. Solar Car (Twike) in front of Solar Park www.hans-josef-fell.de
  19. 19. Many thanks for your Attention! www.hans-josef-fell.de

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