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Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland
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Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland

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Presentation at the 17th German Norwegian Energy Forum in Berlin 2013

Presentation at the 17th German Norwegian Energy Forum in Berlin 2013

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  • 1. Flexibility from Norwegian Hydropower to Germany German Norwegian Energy Forum - October 24th 2013 Øyvind Stakkeland, Director Regulatory Affairs
  • 2. Agder Energi Major hydropower producer in Norway Annual production: 7,800 GWh 6% of total Norwegian production 1,700 MW installed capacity 47 power stations Experience in interconnector projects: NorGer and NorthConnect Partner in CEDREN (Centre for Environmental Design of Renewable Energy)
  • 3. The Agder Region
  • 4. Power Stations Tonstad – 960 MW Brokke – 330 MW Skjerka – 110 MW Holen – 230 MW
  • 5. Flexibility Needed in German Power System Intermittent energy increasing How to provide flexibility? Source: Agora
  • 6. Flexibility sources Flexible production BASF, Ludwigshafen am Rhein - Image courtesy of BASF Demand Side Management Energy Storage Interconnectors
  • 7. Norwegian Power System 30,000 MW – 96 % Hydropower Hundreds of large reservoirs Holds 50 % of European hydro reservoirs 1,400 MW interconnector to Norway-Germany 2018
  • 8. Indirect Storage Norway Generation Demand Source: Statnett Export Import 5,300 MW of balancing
  • 9. Tyin CEDREN Case Study 2030 Aurland Potential: 20,000 MW Hol Sima Nore Mauranger/Oksla/Tysso Tinnsjø Shetland Kvilldal Jøsenf jorden Orknøyene Holen Lysebotn Tonstad
  • 10. Flexibility to Europe within 2030? 10,000 MW new interconnector capacity England Scotland Some interconnectors in combination with pump capacity England Scotland Interconnection with several countries
  • 11. Physical Market Access Grid capacity Norway Pump storage? Interconnector capacity
  • 12. Regulatory Challenges Economy Capacity mechanisms Balancing markets Social acceptance
  • 13. Political Channel Norwegian White Paper – international perspectives Economically profitable interconnectors should be built No interconnector ownership restrictions Offentlig ISBN nr. 978-82-93150-12-1 FORNYBARUTBYGGING OG MELLOMLANDSFORBINDELSER MOT 2020 Mars 2012 THEMA Rapport 2012-05 Oppdragsgivere: BKK, Lyse Energi, Agder Energi, Statkraft og Vattenfall
  • 14. Market Channel Market design that reveals flexibility value Access to German balancing markets Experience from DK4 (Norway-Denmark) Access to German capacity markets Primary control Secondary control Hourly Intraday markets reserve Tertiary control 30 s 5 min 15 min TSO reserve contracts 1 hour >1-2 hours Activation / duration Participant-to participant trading
  • 15. Physical Channel Two Interconnectors Norway - Germany NORD.LINK Interconnector and pump storage Business models promoting investments Long term contracts
  • 16. www.ae.no oyvind.stakkeland@ae.no

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