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Jacob Irving, President, Canadian Hydropower Association

Jacob Irving, President, Canadian Hydropower Association


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IHA 2013 World Congress: Canadian Hydropower Association: Hydropower - Canada’s Number One Electricity Source Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Jacob IrvingCanadian Hydropower AssociationHydropowerCanada’s Number One Electricity SourcePresented at theIHA 2013 World Congress
  • 2. HydropowerCanada’s Number One Electricity Source2013 IHA World CongressAdvancing Sustainable Hydropower21 to 24 May, 2013Sarawak,MalaysiaJacob IrvingPresidentCanadian Hydropower Association
  • 3. Canadian Hydropower Association Strategic Plan 2013 - 2015Priority 1.FederalRegulatoryIssuesPriority 2.Advocacy &Promotion ofHydropowerin CanadaPriority 3.Service toMembersPriority 4.Advocacy &Promotion ofHydropower inthe USA3
  • 4. 20%7%4%45%24%United StatesHydroNuclearThermal - CoalOtherThermal - OtherElectricity Generation by Region14%16%3%40%27%WorldSource: IEA 200914%60%1%13%12%Canada4
  • 5. PLANNED HYDRO in Megawatts(included as part of technical potential)CURRENT INSTALLED CAPACITY in MegawattsCanadian Hydro Capacityand Potential38,4994039226144,30717,66477202511,52420012,60833,1374,20090911,7751,600CANADA74,000163,00025,0006,7958,5403,00044,10037,4595,5008,34910,2703,7005,0298,7854,5008543,955300TECHNICAL POTENTIAL in Megawatts5
  • 6. For sustainable energy.© World Energy CouncilComparative Index of Electricity PricesResidential Customers Consumption: 1,000 kWh/month6
  • 7. CHA Jobs and Economic Study• Released November 2011• Prepared by HEC Montreal• Statistics Canadainput/output model• 20 year study period• 158 potential projects• ~ $127 billion in investmentover the next 20 years• ~1 million new jobs overthe next 20 years7
  • 8. Key Messages8
  • 9. • Canadian and US grids are interconnected north / south• Canadian hydropower offers affordable and reliable electricityprices because it is not subject to volatile fuel prices• For every dollar the USA spends on Canadian energy, theUSA receives back 91 cents from the products thatCanadians buy from the USA• Each Terawatt Hour of Canadian hydropower exported to theUSA displaces between 500,000 and 1,000,000 mt of CO2• Hydropower helps integrate new renewable electricity suchas wind and solar in both the USA and Canada• Canadian hydropower is currently less than 1% of USAelectricity supplyCanadian Hydropower in North America9
  • 10. Electric Vehicles• Hydro under current development is more than enoughto electrify the current Canadian Light Duty Vehicle(LDV) fleet• Each province (Maritimes combined) has enoughundeveloped hydro to electrify their own LDV fleets• Half of undeveloped Canadian hydro could fuel allCanadian LDVs and ~25% of the US fleet• If all Canadian LDVs were powered by hydro, GHGemissions would be reduced by ~ 70 megatonnes peryear10
  • 11. Jacob IrvingPresident / PrésidentCanadian Hydropower AssociationAssociation canadienne de lhydroélectricité1402 - 150 rue Metcalfe St.Ottawa, ON Canada K2P 1P1T. 613.751.6655 EXT. 3C. 613.240.1940F. 613.751.4465jacob@canadhydro.caMunaf von RudloffOperations Manager / Gestionnaire des opérationsCanadian Hydropower AssociationAssociation canadienne de lhydroélectricité1402 – 150 Metcalfe StreetOttawa ON Canada K2P 1P1T. 613.751.6655 EXT 2C. 613.617.7765F. 613.751.4465munaf@canadahydro.cawww.canadahydro.ca
  • 12. APPENDIX ACanadian Hydropower Association OverviewMEMBERS• Founded in 1998, the Canadian Hydropower Association (CHA) is the national tradeassociation dedicated to representing the interests of the hydropower industry. Itsmembers span the breadth of the industry and, with nearly 50 members, includehydropower producers, manufacturers, developers, engineering firms, organizations andindividuals interested in the field of hydropower. CHA members represent more than 95%of the hydropower capacity in Canada.• The Association is governed through an elected representative Board of Directors.MISSION• We, the Canadian hydropower industry, promote the technical, economic, social, andenvironmental advantages of hydropower. We advocate the responsible developmentand use of hydropower to meet our present and future electricity needs in a sustainablemanner.VISION• Hydropower leads the way for reliable, renewable, clean energy.
  • 13. APPENDIX B: CHA MEMBERSHIPGenerators• ATCO Electric Ltd.• BC Hydro• Brookfield RenewablePower• Columbia PowerCorporation• Energy Ottawa• Fortis Inc.• Hydro-Québec• Manitoba Hydro• Nalcor Energy• Ontario PowerGeneration• Rio Tinto Alcan• SaskPower• TransAlta• TransCanadaCorporation
  • 14. • AECOM• Allied Fabricators Inc.• Alstom Canada• Andritz Hydro Canada Inc.• Black & Veatch Canada• Canadian HydroComponents Ltd.• CegertecAPPENDIX B: CHA MEMBERSHIPIndustry• Dessau• EBC Inc.• Enerfin Inc.• Fontaine Industries• Hatch Ltd.• HDR Corporation• Hemi-Controls Inc.• H O’Connell Construction• KGS Group
  • 15. • Knight Piesold• Mavel Americas, Inc.• Miller Thomson LLP• MWH Canada Inc.• Natural Resource SolutionsInc.APPENDIX B: CHA MEMBERSHIPIndustry• Peter Kiewit InfrastructureCo.• Reservoir Capital Corp.• RSW Inc.• SNC-Lavalin• Tetra Tech Inc.• Voith Hydro• The Weir Group