Minsk Inogate 2014-04-22

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Succesful Experience of Private European Investments in RES in LT
Andrius Kasparavičius

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Minsk Inogate 2014-04-22

  1. 1. Succesful Experience of Private European Investments in RES in LT Andrius Kasparavicius, Minsk, 22 04 2014 www.inogate.org
  2. 2. TODAY I WILL TALK ABOUT...
  3. 3. Long term vision
  4. 4. 2020 goals • 20% of electricity comes from wind and biomass • 60% of centralized heat comes from biomass • 10% of transport used fuel from RES • 1,5% annual growth of energy consumption efficiency • Less CO2 • 30-40% of savings in centralized heating system
  5. 5. National Energy Strategy
  6. 6. Business
  7. 7. Numbers, 2013
  8. 8. Capacities, 2013
  9. 9. Energy Sources, 2013
  10. 10. PROBLEM NO.1: OVERCAPACITY, LOW PRICES FOR ENERGY & A NEED FOR INVESTMENTS
  11. 11. Heating
  12. 12. Heating price
  13. 13. PROBLEM NO.2: HUGE PRICES FOR HEATING & DEPENDENCE ON GAS
  14. 14. Waste
  15. 15. Municipal waste management
  16. 16. PROBLEM NO.3: LANDFILLS & EU REQUIREMENTS
  17. 17. Three big problems • Problem No.1: Overcapacity, Low Prices For Energy & A Need For Investments • Problem No.2: Huge Prices For Heating & Dependence On Gas • Problem No.3: Landfills & EU Requirements
  18. 18. WHAT TO DO?
  19. 19. Finland 3 0.3 Sweden 32 5.2 Norway 18 1.5 Estonia Latvia LithuaniaDenmark 29 3.5 United Kingdom 25 5.7 Ireland 1 0.04 Netherlands 12 7.2 Belgium 18 3.6 Germany 75 21.2 Poland* 1 0.04 France 129 12.9 Luxembourg* 1 0.1 Czech Republic 3 0.6 Slovakia* 2 0.2Austria 13 2.5Switzerland 30 3.5 Hungary 1 0.4Slovenia* 1 0.01 Romania Bulgaria Greece Spain** 11 2.5 Portugal 3 1.1 Italy 46 5.8 info@cewep.eu  www.cewep.eu Croatia W2E in Europe
  20. 20. Investment
  21. 21. Figures • 95% of shares – UAB Fortum Heat Lietuva • 5% of shares – AB Klaipėdos energija • 130 million EUR – value of the project • 50 МW – heat capacity • 15 МW – additional heat capacity from smoke condenser during the winter time • 20 MW – electric capacity • 400 GWh – annual production of heat energy • 140 GWh – annual production of electricity • 40% of heat amount necessary for Klaipėda heat consumers
  22. 22. Facts • The plant burn up to 245 thousand tons of municipal and industrial waste and biofuel (wood chips) ; 40-42% of municipal waste is biodegradable • The best available technologies (BAT)used in the plant ensure the best method of waste incineration • All heat produced is transmitted to the Klaipėda city district heating system, while electricity is supplied to common electricity network • The new Klaipėda plant, where waste will be used as fuel, is the first object of such type in the Baltic countries • The company employs 35 professionals • More 30 service agreements
  23. 23. Emissions
  24. 24. Three major chalenges BUREAUCRACY SOCIETY TRANSPARENCY
  25. 25. Benefits to Klaipėda region and Lithuania • Decreased dependence on imported fuels • More stable heat prices • Reduced costs for building new landfills • 4 – 5 times smaller amounts of waste disposed in landfill • Reduced environmental pollution • Competition of heat suppliers • One of the largest “green field” investment in Lithuania • About 35 MEUR civil and constructing works was done by local companies
  26. 26. Thank you for your attention!

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