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  • 1. 2010 - LOI with EDA (20 October 2010)W have a close and successful cooperation with ERSE EDA e
  • 2. FinancialsScenarios Assumptions Result (IRR)35 Mio. Euro Diesel- Load- Deviation 25 yearsInvestment growth growth wind energyConservative 7% 3,5 % 0% 13,3 %Historic (10Y) 10 % 7% 0% 18,6 %W invest into these kind of projects? hyThere are places in the world where these systems can be profitable NO . WThe returns are so secure that they are almost uncorrelated to the futureeconomic environment. Access energy and certificates are an additionalupside and future technology upgrades can boost returns.
  • 3. Renewable energy systems are already competitive inoff grid situations Innovation and economies of scale reduce the costs for renewable energy technologyIsland systems Renewable componentsfrom a few kWto afew MW(island or remotesituations) Increasing fuel and Fossil fuels emmision credits costs
  • 4. Let the fossils rest in peace
  • 5. Obrigado!
  • 6. Younicos System Control and Energy Management System m, h, d User Input Data Logging VisualizationCentral unit Energy Management and SCADA System Dispatch Optimization Communication Forecast IEC 61850 Y Interface & Y Interface & Y Interface & µs, ms, s Y Controller Local Control Local Control Local Controldecentralized U, f U, f U, f U, f Back up Electrical Network ( U, f) Consumers
  • 7. VISION: Future energy supply shall rely on Renewable Energy ( RE) worldwide Example: European RE targets (20% in 2020, 30% in 2030, ….) s o al rg yG le En e wa b ene a nR opeFor a stable grid based on E ur Stablerenewable energies 100 % Instable n ctio 0 80% 210 0 209 Fra 0 60% 208 gy 0 207 ne r 0 40% 206 E 0• Storage Technologies 205 ble r 204 0 Ye a 20% ewa 0 203 0 202 Ren 0% 0• New Control strategies 201 201 0 0% Re n 202 0 203 ewa 0 20% Ye a 204 r 0 ble 205 0 40% 206 En eare required 0 207 0 rgy 208 60% 0 209 Fra 0 210 80% 0 ctio n 100 % Eu r o pe an Ren wa b e le E n er gy Go als
  • 8. NaS Battery FeaturesHigh Energy Density About 3 x that of Lead-AcidHigh Capacity Up to 6 Hours continuous dischargingLong Expected Life Up to15 years, 4500 cyclesHigh Energy Efficiency 85% DC EfficiencyNo Self DischargeNo Memory EffectProven Technology 270 MWinstallation recordsEasy Maintenance Inspection every 3 years onlyFast Response 2 msOperating Temperature 300 °C