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An introduction to Cofely and the Southampton site. Simon Woodward - Cofely District Energy

An introduction to Cofely and the Southampton site. Simon Woodward - Cofely District Energy

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  • 1. COFELY DISTRICT ENERGY
  • 2.
    • Simon Woodward
    • Chairman UK District Energy Association & CEO Cofely District Energy
  • 3. National Context
  • 4.  
  • 5.
    • Owners and operators of the largest district energy schemes in the UK
    • We face the pains and successes of district energy on a daily basis
    • Joining the organisation will ensure you gain the tools to develop your scheme
    Sheffield Milton Keynes Birmingham Woking Southampton Nottingham
    • Brings together the owners, operators and partners of the largest district energy schemes in the UK
    • Together these schemes save over 100,000 tons of CO 2 emissions per annum
    • We develop, operate and expand district energy schemes on a daily basis
    • London –
    • Olympics and Stratford City
    • Bloomsbury Heat & Power
    • Whitehall
    Lerwick
  • 6.
    • UKDEA is a not for profit association, working together to:
      • Offer guidance to other organisations
      • Raise awareness of district energy as a low carbon solution and the benefits that it can deliver
      • Joining the organisation will ensure your organisation gains the tools and support that you need to develop your scheme
    • Owners and operators of the largest district energy schemes in the UK
    • We face the pains and successes of district energy on a daily basis
    • Joining the organisation will ensure you gain the tools to develop your scheme
      • " As a long time advocate of District Energy, I look forward to working with the ukDEA and their members to refine our approach“ - Greg Barker MP - Minister of State for Energy and Climate Change
  • 7. Who are we ?
  • 8. GDF SUEZ – The Business Lines
      • Leading Global Energy Player Operating in over 40 countries
      • 197,000 employees 6 Business Lines
      • Turnover €83 billion
    € 14 Billion turnover 17% of the group’s turnover 80,000 employees 40% of total GDF SUEZ Staff 1,300 locations in Europe 30 Countries
  • 9. UTILICOM and GDF SUEZ
        • GDF SUEZ acquired Utilicom in May 2010
        • Utilicom is the UK’s leading developer of District Energy schemes
        • Utilicom has now been renamed as –
        • COFELY DISTRICT ENERGY Limited
        • Cofely is the Energy Services brand name for the GDF SUEZ business
  • 10. Cofely District Energy
    • Manchester
      • Alexandra Park & Longsight Estates
      • Media City
    • South Coast
      • Southampton Geothermal Heating Co
      • Eastleigh
    • West Midlands
      • Birmingham District Energy Co
      • Berryfields Estate
    • Nationally – No.1 in District Energy
      • ~ 35 MW of low carbon electricity generation
      • Operation & management of over 300 MW of boiler plant and 50 km of district heating and cooling pipework
    • London
      • Olympic Park and Stratford City
      • Bloomsbury Heat & Power
      • Whitehall
      • Comet Square, Hatfield
      • Greenwich Millennium Village
  • 11.
        • Case Studies
  • 12. Olympic Delivery Authority Energy Centres for London 2012 £100 million investment 40 year concession 16 km of energy network 2 energy centres (district heating & cooling)
  • 13. Birmingham District Energy Company, Birmingham City Wide DE Scheme 12,000 tonnes CO2 saved p.a. 3 Core Partners Providing heat chilled water & electricity from 3 Energy Centres 6.1MWe CHP
  • 14. Mediacity:UK, Manchester Trigen and District Heating Installation New home of 5 BBC departments from 2011 200 acre site Contract with Peel Holdings
  • 15. Whitehall Distribution Centre, London 11 year contract Operation & Maintenance of two energy centre plantrooms Providing heat & standby power to 20 Government depts
  • 16. Southampton - A City Wide Sustainable Community and a partnership between
  • 17. Why Southampton ?
  • 18. The Catalyst - The Geothermal Well and Resource
  • 19. The Rock and the Pump
  • 20. The First Step - The Partnership with the Council
  • 21. The Cornerstone – Joint Co-operation Agreement
    • The Scheme has always had cross party support - the first step was to sign a Joint Co-Operation agreement in 1987. Renewed in 2005 for further 25 years
    • This committed Utilicom to :
      • Developing a district heating scheme in Southampton initially based around geothermal energy with a vision to implement large scale CHP
      • Sell heat to Council buildings with agreed savings
      • Provide all necessary funding and technical/management expertise to ensure the scheme developed successfully
      • Provide open book accounting and a long term profit share to SCC
    • and committed SCC to :
      • Take heat wherever practical for SCC buildings
      • Provide land for the Heat Station for a peppercorn
      • Help Utilicom promote the scheme to other potential users
      • Provide general support to Utilicom in developing the scheme - planning, highways etc…
      • Treat Utilicom as a ‘statutory utility’ within the boundaries of the City
  • 22. Company Organisation Structure
    • Cofely District Energy Group Ltd
    • CDE Ltd SGHC Southampton City Council
    • CO-OPERATION AGREEMENT
    = Total Risk Transfer to the Private Sector
  • 23. The Energy Generation Plant
  • 24.
    • The Plant
    • 2 MW Geothermal Well
    • 8 MW of CHP plant – Heat Station and the Hospital
    • Back up/top boilers around City operated by Utilicom - Civic Centre & Hospital
    • 8 MW of chilled water plant – absorption and vapour compression
    • Serving over 40 commercial and hundreds of domestic consumers
    • Via a network of over 12 km of heating & cooling pipes around the City Centre
    • For a total capital cost of £12M
  • 25. Centre The Generating Station
  • 26. Consumer interface/meter Buried Pre-insulated distribution mains Centralised Heat Sources CHP, Boilers etc The Southampton Energy Centre
  • 27. Our 5.7 MW CHP being delivered Proposed Biomass Boiler
  • 28. The Consumers
  • 29. Who do we serve ?
    • Consumers include:
    • Civic Centre
    • 5 Hotels
    • RSH Hospital
    • Offices
    • Southampton Institute
    • Swimming & Diving Complex
    • Entire 53 Acre West Quay Shopping Centre
    • Public and Private Sector Housing
    • ……… .. and many more
  • 30. Energy Sales - Southampton Scheme
  • 31. Why Take a Thermal or Cooling Connection ?
    • Capital cost savings – connection charge up to 20% less than conventional plant
    • Space savings – direct connections mean no plant space required – very valuable in urban areas
    • No roof mounted cooling plant – planning gain
    • Operating cost savings – up to 10% when compared to the alternative cost of heating/cooling
    • Guaranteed savings – prices linked to basket of indices to ensure savings maintained throughout life of the contract
    • Delivers on LA 21 and Kyoto carbon savings
    • Ensures full and genuine outsourcing of energy supplies = risk transfer
  • 32. BBC TV Studios – Heating 1990, Cooling 2000 The Civic Centre – The first consumer Heating 1986, Cooling 2007 SCC, BBC & Solent University
  • 33. Retail 53 Acre West Quay Shopping Centre & IKEA - heated & chilled by our scheme
  • 34. The Quays Swimming and Diving Complex (including Olympic Swimming Pool) Leisure
  • 35. DeVere 5* Grand Harbour Hotel - Connected 1994 via 600m ‘energy link’ - all heating and cooling from scheme Hotels
  • 36. Offices Skandia, SCC, Carnival Cruise HQ
  • 37.
    • Barratt’s Park View and the Dell developments
    • both connected to the scheme
    • circa 300 dwellings
    • no flues/gas in dwellings
    Housing Independent Study on Customer Satisfaction and Cost Effectiveness
  • 38. Barratt’s - Urban Living Brochure
  • 39. Orien’s Point - 400 bedrooms, Key Worker Housing
  • 40. New for 2010/11 Police HQ Regional Business Centre
  • 41. ABP
    • Financing for Wartsila engine was based on 10 year Non Pooled Generation contract with PowerGen
    • As contract reached end alternative options were explored
    • Agreement reached with ABP for “private wire” link between port and Heat Station
    • Cable laid and energised in Spring 2009
    • Circa 50% of supplies for port are now generated by SGHC
  • 42. BBC TV Studio’s Parkview RSH Hospital Civic Centre Southampton Solent University Skandia Life DeVere Hotel Quays West Quay The Heat Station IKEA Carnival ABP
  • 43. Questions [email_address] [email_address]