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Renewable energies in Spain and in the World Development and possibilities for international cooperation PEDRO L. MARÍN Ap...
International energy trends (I) Oil price volatility and high growth during the last years have had a negative impact on d...
International energy trends (II) Share in primary energy consumption growth 1995-2009 1965-1995 89.9% 10.1% 43.7% 48.7% Em...
GHG Emissions Distribution by sector International energy trends(& III) Energy Land use Agriculture Wastage Source: Stern ...
Competitiveness Environmental targets Security of supply   Current energy challenges
From geographical concentration, scarcity and global trade flows to local, inexhaustible production and regional interconn...
Renewable energy sources are emissions-free R enewable energy: climate change
Sharp cost reductions have been seen recently and more are expected over the next years Renewable energy: competitiveness ...
Even now, renewable energies are competitive in isolated systems Renewable energy: competitiveness (& II) Isle of Cabrera ...
Renewable energy in Spain: deployment The plans for Spain in 2020 go beyond the 20% set for Spain within the European Pack...
- Dependency has fallen 2 percentage points from 2005 (79%) to 2009 (77,2%). - Forecasted reduction is 0.5 p.p. per year t...
Emissions reduction -  Energy total GHG emissions have fallen by 15% since 2005 -  Emissions per produced GWh in electrici...
Several features are stopping the deployment of renewable energies in the World: Large upfront investment Positive environ...
Financial schemes IRENA’s mission Regulatory design Technical skills Capacity building Replicable projects Technology tran...
IRENA: results Sharp cost reduction due to massive deployment Worldwide access to energy Supply of additional demand
Renewable energies in Spain and in the World Development and possibilities for international cooperation PEDRO L. MARÍN Ap...
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  1. 1. Renewable energies in Spain and in the World Development and possibilities for international cooperation PEDRO L. MARÍN April 2011
  2. 2. International energy trends (I) Oil price volatility and high growth during the last years have had a negative impact on domestic economies
  3. 3. International energy trends (II) Share in primary energy consumption growth 1995-2009 1965-1995 89.9% 10.1% 43.7% 48.7% Emerging Emerging OECD OECD Source: MITYC, Spain Emerging OECD Emerging countries need to increase their energy supply to sustain the growth of their economies
  4. 4. GHG Emissions Distribution by sector International energy trends(& III) Energy Land use Agriculture Wastage Source: Stern report 2006 Climate change challenges require the use of clean energy sources
  5. 5. Competitiveness Environmental targets Security of supply Current energy challenges
  6. 6. From geographical concentration, scarcity and global trade flows to local, inexhaustible production and regional interconnections Renewable energy: security of supply World Potential Renewable Energy Wind Energy Biomass Solar Energy Hydroelectricity
  7. 7. Renewable energy sources are emissions-free R enewable energy: climate change
  8. 8. Sharp cost reductions have been seen recently and more are expected over the next years Renewable energy: competitiveness (I) Cost evolution (c€ 2010 /KWh) CSP PV roof Off-shore wind On-shore wind PV ground Year starting operations Source: BCG
  9. 9. Even now, renewable energies are competitive in isolated systems Renewable energy: competitiveness (& II) Isle of Cabrera , Balearic Islands, Spain
  10. 10. Renewable energy in Spain: deployment The plans for Spain in 2020 go beyond the 20% set for Spain within the European Package of Energy and Climate Renewable energy share on: 2005 2010 Total Energy Consumption 6.5% 13.2% Electricity generation 14.9% 33.3% Transportation 0.8% 5.0%
  11. 11. - Dependency has fallen 2 percentage points from 2005 (79%) to 2009 (77,2%). - Forecasted reduction is 0.5 p.p. per year till 2020, reaching 70%. Renewable energy in Spain: results (I) Energy dependency Dependency
  12. 12. Emissions reduction - Energy total GHG emissions have fallen by 15% since 2005 - Emissions per produced GWh in electricity generation have fallen from 407 ton CO2 in 2005 to the current 281 Renewable energy in Spain: results (& II)
  13. 13. Several features are stopping the deployment of renewable energies in the World: Large upfront investment Positive environmental externalities Knowledge intensive sector Technological change IRENA’s mission
  14. 14. Financial schemes IRENA’s mission Regulatory design Technical skills Capacity building Replicable projects Technology transfer Policy advice to Member States Prospective analysis Current situation Information
  15. 15. IRENA: results Sharp cost reduction due to massive deployment Worldwide access to energy Supply of additional demand
  16. 16. Renewable energies in Spain and in the World Development and possibilities for international cooperation PEDRO L. MARÍN April 2011
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