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  • In the perspective of the C40, Rotterdam is a compact city.
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  • 31-07-12 As a decisive and innovative climate city, Rotterdam lives up to its responsibilities for the future. In an approach that focuses both on the causes and consequences of climate change, Rotterdam invests heavily in the comprehensive climate file, setting a unique and inspiring example for others to follow. The ambitions and results in the area of climate change, energy and water management contribute to a sustainable, attractive and economically successful city. • Rotterdam, its partners and inhabitants are committed to a better climate. Efforts and projects aim to achieve 50% reduction of CO2 emissions – mitigation. • Rotterdam focuses on permanent protection and accessibility of the city and port, despite climate change. Adaptation measures will lead to full climate change resilience by 2025 – adaptation.  • The consequences of climate change include a rising sea level, river runoff changes, more extreme rain showers and periods of drought. • Innovative solutions are required to prevent nuisance. At the same time, this offers Rotterdam additional opportunities for an attractive and economically more successful city. The ambitions for the city as a whole are translated in ambitions for our developments currently taking place in the innercity of Rotterdam [gebiedsontwikkelingen]: Every development must result in a more child friendly, green, clean and healty environment. Every development must lead to added value and preparedness for the future [waardecreatie en toekomstbestendigheid] Every development must result in at least 50% CO2 reduction and 100% climate proof In reaching these goals we Collaborate with private parties and citizens Are responsible and approacheble for the results, and we communicate about ambitions and results.
  • 31-07-12 As you see Rotterdam is facing challenges that are typical for compact cities and that offer opportunities. We are eager to learn from other compact cities especially those that face challenges that are comparable: delta cities combined with industrial area in the proximity. We are willing to play an active role in exchanging knowledge and information. I thank you for your attention
  • gemeente Rotterdam, het Havenbedrijf, de provincie, de DCMR,  universiteiten en onderzoeksinstellingen

Rotterdam: top petrochemical cluster in transition Rotterdam: top petrochemical cluster in transition Presentation Transcript

  • Rotterdam: top petrochemicalcluster in transitionInvesting opportunities in sustainability projectsWiert-Jan de Raaf, February 21st 2012Het Rotterdam Climate Initiative is het klimaatprogramma van de gemeente Rotterdam, Deltalinqs, DCMR Milieudienst Rijnmond en Havenbedrijf Rotterdam NV.
  • INHABITANTS CITY: 600.000, REGION:1.200.000SURFACE AREA CITY: 300 sq km, REGION: 807sq kmEUROPE’S NR. 1 PORT, WORLD’S NR. 4 PORT Rotterdam
  • Rotterdam & the seaRotterdam & The Netherlands Rotterdam
  • SUSTAINABILITY AMBITIONS 2025• 50% CO2 reduction compared to 1990• 100% climateproof• Green, clean and healthy• Sustainable economic development
  • THANK YOU CO2 Target & Prognosis Uncertainty CO2 emissionsCO2 emissions in kton Prognosed effects RCI measures Target RCI
  • Transition requires multi-billion investments Investments Jobs (2011 – 2025) (yearly) Economic € 3,5 bln 1170 potential Technical € 11,2 bln 3360 potential Source: Boston Consulting Group, 2011
  • Energy-Efficiency: Project Steampipe What exchange of steam between companies Sustainable - 0.4 Mton CO2 reduction potential contribution - improving air quality - economic advantages Status Building 1st stage (2012 start operation) Investments 1st stage: €20.2M (€12.5M common carrier + €7.7M partners) Partners
  • Energy Efficiency: CO-siting Rijnmond (CoSir)What Exchange of heat and cold: regional backbone infrastructureSustainable Production efficiency, cost reduction, economiccontribution advantagesStatus Port – city infrastructure started, Backbone port area to be developedInvestments Rotterdam heat company € 145 m. Next stages: € multimillion Partners
  • Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): ROAD projectWhat Full-chain CCS demonstration projectSustainable CO2 Capture of 1.1 Mton a yearcontributionStatus 2012: Final Investment Decision 2015: Start operationsInvestments App € 400 mln (incl €180M EU EEPR + €150M Dutch Government) Looking for co-investors in CO2 transport infrastructure Partners
  • Renewable energy: Bioport Rotterdam What Rotterdam, Europe’s no 1 bioport Biochemicals – biofuels – cofiring biomass Sustainable Up to 4,5 mton CO2 reduction in 2025 contribution Status 4 biorefineries, starting up biochemical innovation, creating cargo handling facilities Investments Multimillion
  • Clean Tech Delta (CTD)CTD
  • Clean Tech DeltaWhat Collaboration of trade and industry, education and government to stimulate innovation and clean technology and implement it to combat climate change and improve the environmentSustainable - energy efficiency - sustainable mobilitycontribution - water and deltatechnology - efficiency of materials - sustainable energy generation - efficiency of materialsStatus More than 40 partners co-investingInvestments Multimillion Partners, a.o.:
  • See you in Rotterdam!www.rotterdamclimateinitiative.nl w.deraaf@rotterdam.nl Tel: +31 6 22499795