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Invest NI - Exploring Opportunities with Portugal - Daniel Matson - 10 September 2010 Invest NI - Exploring Opportunities with Portugal - Daniel Matson - 10 September 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • what if...
    you change?
    Daniel Matson, Sustainable Energy Engineer
    10th September 2010
    www.selfenergy.co.uk
    UK
  • Agenda
    UK
    Background
    Company Introduction ( short video)
    Selected Case Studies
    Opportunities
    Questions
  • The Self Energy Group
    UK
    - The first Self-Energy Service Company(sESCO) that combines the energy service provider competences with the ability to self generate part of of energy needs.
    • We are managing more than 35M€ contracts and more than 10MW in different stages, mainly solar PV and ESCO.
    • Self Energy Group started in 2006 in Portugal and it is owned by its founders , by Fomentinvest (the biggest Energy Fund Manager in Portugal), by Inovcapital (the biggest Portuguese VC) and also by NAVES (AESE/IESE) and Crédito Agrícola Bank.
    • International: Self Energy UK established in 2008, Self Energy Spain in early 2009 and Self Energy Mozambique in July 2009
  • New Technologies Provide New Opportunities and Solutions
    UK
  • Decentralised Generation
    UK
    Centralised Generation
    Decentralised Generation
    • Traditional ‘grid’ network
    • Invoiced for kWh consumption
    • Lossess and ineffeciencies in distribution
    • Security of supply
    • Greater control cost/energy requirements
    • No transmission
    • Less reliance on the grid
  • sESCO Model
    UK
    Energy Efficiency + Decentralised Power Generation (mainly with Local Renewables and CHP)=sESCO Model (self energy service company)
  • Energy Performance Guarantee
    UK
    FINANCE
    KNOWLEDGE
    RISK MITIGATION
    Client
    Client
    Total Energy
    savings
    Self Energy only paid by % of net savings
    Total Energy
    Consumption
    (current)
    Total Energy
    Consumption
    (post implementation)
    Beyond the end of
    Performance Guarantee
    Before
    During partnership
    with Self Energy
    Fixed term partnership period
    Savings shared during the partnership
  • Self Energy Video
    UK
  • Microgeneration
    UK
    • Residential property 30km outside Lisbon
    • Typical installation
    • 3.68kW solar PV
    • 160 litres solar thermal (Mandatory for getting best feed in tariff)
  • Microgeneration
    UK
    • Thin film technology
    • Reciclamas: Aguas de Portugal Head office building
    • Installed a total of 350kW solar PV in small (3.68kW) arrays
    • Installed at water treatment plants across Portugal
  • Microgeneration
    UK
    Examples of wind turbine installations installed on private properties rated at 2kW.
  • Microgeneration
    UK
    Rooftop integrated PV system on a golf clubhouse on the outskirts of Lisbon.
  • Microgeneration
    UK
    Municipio de Torres Vedras – 10 year Energy Performance Contract
    Solar PV and solar thermal for ten schools and a county market.
  • Microgeneration
    UK
    OEIRAS
    MEM MARTINS
    CASTELO BRANCO
    SINTRA
    PINHAL NOVO
    TAVIRA
    VILA FRANCA DE XIRA
    GUIA-ALGARVE RIO DE MOINHOS ÁGUAS DE MOURA BEJA MOURA
    IDANHA
    PALMELA
    CASCAIS
  • Santa Maria de Lamas College
    UK
    • Currently installing a 125kW cogeneration system.
    • An ESCO project where Self Energy shares in energy savings.
    • Cogeneration system will heat swimming pool and provide electricity, half of which will be exported to the grid.
    • A solar thermal system has been implemented to heat water for showers
  • Santa Maria de Lamas College
    UK
  • Miralcampo, Spain
    UK
    • An industrial park 30 km outside of Madrid
    • 1MW last year
    • Further 1MW due for completion next month
  • Gran Canary Island
    UK
    • 3 MWp over 40 schools and public buildings
    • Feed-in-Tariff €0.31/kWh
    • Annual savings of €2.3m for client
    • Self Energy provided the capital and will recover the investment over 25 years
  • Self Energy UK
    UK
    London RE:FIT
    • Retro fit of public sector buildings across Greater London
    • Partnered with E.ON Sustainable Energy on a framework suppliers list
    Kings College London – advising on feasibility of 800kW Tri-generation and on-site renewables system on several campuses, including the Strand, Central London
  • Opportunities
    UK
    There are rapidly expanding international markets for energy efficient technologies and sustainable generation
    Local legislation and funding can be a powerful tool when leveraged. i.e. the Feed in Tariff, possibly introduced in NI in near future, NIE grants, Carbon Trust Funding
    Energy, carbon and cash savings can and are being realised in buildings; public and private sector, domestic and non-domestic
  • Summary
    UK
    Daniel Matson
    Self Energy
    daniel.matson@selfenergy.co.uk
    For further information:
    info@selfenergy.co.uk
    www.selfenergy.co.uk
    www.selfenergy.eu
    Self Energy
    Southbank Technopark
    90 London Road
    London SE1 6LN
    0208 1444 348
    Self Energy is an Energy Service Company (ESCO) with an objective to invest in buildings to allow their owners and operators to:
    • Minimise Energy Costs
    • Minimise Carbon Emissions
    • Maximise Security of Energy Supply