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The renewable energy industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in Europe thanks to two factors: the supportive political and legal frameworks and the region’s prominent investment in renewable......

The renewable energy industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in Europe thanks to two factors: the supportive political and legal frameworks and the region’s prominent investment in renewable energy research and development.
With the new emphasis on rapid implementation of renewable energy technologies to achieve the 2020 targets, the EUREC Agency decided to revisit the research priorities in terms of how research can and should contribute to the achievement of those targets. Whilst the research itself provides the means to achieve the European ambitions of sustainable growth and competitiveness, it should also be recognised that it provides an important educational tool for the training of the highly skilled workforce who will design and implement the new energy systems of the future.
This webinar will present a general overview of the policy and research activities which in EUREC’s view are needed to underpin the growth of the renewable energy industry by 2020, with a special focus on the critical role which European postgraduate higher education is set to play. Founded in 1991, EUREC Agency’s mission is to improve the quality and scope of European research and development in renewable energy technologies (RET). Its 43 members are Europe’s leading organisations in renewable energy scientific research, covering all its aspects.

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  • EUREC stands for European Renewable…. Legal Status: European Economic Interest Grouping Registered in Belgium since 1991
  • The renewable energy house – rue d’Arlon 63-67. 15 Organisations have set the headquarters in the REH, 10 of them are members of EREC. We work under one roof, use synergies, and try to adopt common positions and speak to the outside world with one voice, representing the entire renewable energy sector. L’union fait la force –
  • The renewable energy house – rue d’Arlon 63-67. 15 Organisations have set the headquarters in the REH, 10 of them are members of EREC. We work under one roof, use synergies, and try to adopt common positions and speak to the outside world with one voice, representing the entire renewable energy sector. L’union fait la force –
  • We work to accomplish this mission by focusing our activities in four directions. Title of today’s webinar: Challenges and opportunities for Europe’s scientific research in renewable energy technologies by 2020 and beyond What I would like to do today in the next 40 minutes or so, is to explore together with the participants of this Leonardo webinar, what is EUREC’s view of these challenges and which are the concrete solutions / actions we carry on to foster RE research in Europe. European scientific research faces a number of challenges which are not only of technological nature: policy; financing; educational.
  • We work to accomplish this mission by focusing our activities in four directions. Title of today’s webinar: Challenges and opportunities for Europe’s scientific research in renewable energy technologies by 2020 and beyond What I would like to do today in the next 40 minutes or so, is to explore together with the participants of this Leonardo webinar, what is EUREC’s view of these challenges and which are the concrete solutions / actions we carry on to foster RE research in Europe. European scientific research faces a number of challenges which are not only of technological nature: policy; financing; educational.
  • EUREC is first of all THE reference network for all major European performers of RE scientific research. Multi-directional flow of information : Members  EU Institutions EU inst.  Members Members  members
  • So, the aim of our College of Members meetings, is not only to bring our members up to date on who is doing what and what’s going on in a given RE research area. One of the objectives of this meeting is to set the strategic and research priorities for the topic. INDEPENDENT publication: although we gladly accepted some inputs from industry, it only reflects the view of the research community we represent. You can download for free a copy of the publication from EUREC website OR you can pass by our offices and take a paper copy.
  • Long term scientific research shall not be neglected in view or reaching the 2020 targets for RE deployment.
  • Over 40 authors + some external contributors. Special thanks to our 4 main authors: Nicola Pearsall from Northumbria University at Newcastle (Newcastle Photovoltaics Applications Centre), Simon Watson (CRES - Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology) at Loughborough University Hans Muller-Steinhagen from DLR Kornel Kovacs from the University of Szeged (Hungary) 20-20-20 = 20% of energy from RES; 20% of energy efficiency ; 20% Co2 reductions
  • 1.370 TWh of electricity from RES, out of a total gross electricity generation 4.078 TWh to 3.391 TWh These are the RET considered in the publication:…..
  • Here research priorities are not listed by energy source but rather by type of fuel.
  • We work to accomplish this mission by focusing our activities in four directions. Title of today’s webinar: Challenges and opportunities for Europe’s scientific research in renewable energy technologies by 2020 and beyond European scientific research faces a number of challenges which are not only of technological nature: policy; financing; educational.
  • Examples of projects where EUREC played a leading role in cooperation with industry: ProRETT – Promotion of Renewable Energy Technology Transfer. The project has developed and tested an innovative methodology for better commercial exploitation of existing scientific research results. Highlights: - 10 spin-off companies created; 2 license deals underway 4.3 million € of private investments in RE research results related to ProRETT (ie 5 times the EC financing!) www.prorett.eu KIS-PIMS – Knowledge Intensive Services for the Planning, Installation, Maintenance and Scraping (PIMS) of renewable energy production systems. KIS-PIMS is an initiative to accelerate cost driven innovation in PIMS services associated to the production of renewable energy. KIS-PIMS awards a voucher (from 5.000 to 50.000 EUR) innovative Service companies, with a focus on SMEs. At present, KIS-PIMS vouchers are only available in Austria , France and Finland . The beneficiaries can use these vouchers to improve their “innovation-based”: either strengthening their business model or from a technological point of view. http://www.europe-innova.org/kis-ip/kis-pims European Technology Platforms Our Policy Officer Greg Arrowsmith is also a member of the Smart Grids Forum, an advisory body to the European Technology Platform on Smart Grids
  • RHC-ETP as the most innovative initiative of 2009 in the ETPs.
  • We work to accomplish this mission by focusing our activities in four directions. Title of today’s webinar: Challenges and opportunities for Europe’s scientific research in renewable energy technologies by 2020 and beyond
  • We work to accomplish this mission by focusing our activities in four directions. Title of today’s webinar: European scientific research faces a number of challenges which are not only of technological nature: policy; financing; educational.
  • More efforts are essential in education! This includes not only specific studies for renewable energy as a course topic in itself, but more focus on renewable energy topics being included in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics and other traditional technical studies.
  • Here we don’t have beautiful charts as for wind and PV because the bioenergy industry is huge and fragmented ( if we look at the entire supply chain, at the feedstock production  very difficult to quantify the total employment in EU. References: WWF (2009): “Low Carbon Jobs for Europe: Current opportunities and future prospects” EREC (2008) European Renewable Energy Council, “Renewable Energy Technology Roadmap 20% by 2020”
  • AY 2009/2010 ?
  • Organisation of ad-hoc events: Oldenburg meeting on “Initiatives from industry, research and academia to respond to the challenge of human resources in the RE sector” Brussels meeting “Brainstorming session for including additional universities” Participation at an event during the Sustainable Energy Week 2009 in Brussels on “Skills for a renewable energy workforce”

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  • 1. Challenges and opportunities for Europe’s scientific research in renewable energy technologies by 2020 and beyond EUREC Agency Webinar Leonardo Energy 6 November 2009 Simone Landolina Greg Arrowsmith
  • 2. AEE Intec AIT ARMINES/MINES ParisTech BRGM CIEMAT CNRS- InESS CNRS- PROMES CRES CREST DLR ECN ECOFYS EPFL Fraunhofer ISE CIRCE FZJ Garrad Hassan INES Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin HUT U. Kassel IMEC ISET ISFH IT Power JRC/European Commission NAREC NPAC NTUA U.Oldenburg WUT- PV Centre STFC-RAL RISOE TECNALIA ENERGIA SFFE UCD UA U. Szeged VTT WIP ZSW CENER ICIA 44 prominent mostly public R&D groups from across Europe active in research, development and demonstration for all renewable energy technologies …
      • Solar thermal
      • Photovoltaics
      • Biomass
      • Geothermal
      • Wind
      • Hydro
      • Marine
    ...and supporting technologies (energy efficiency, storage, distribution, integration...) EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency EUREC: the voice of renewable energy research in Europe
  • 3. EREC European Renewable Energy Council How the renewables interest is represented in Brussels EUREC Agency EU Renewable Energy Research Centers Agency EUBIA & AEBIOM Biomass ESHA & EU-OEA Small Hydro & Ocean ESTIF Solar Thermal EPIA PV EGEC Geo- thermal EWEA Wind
  • 4. EREC European Renewable Energy Council How the renewables interest is represented in Brussels EUREC Agency EU Renewable Energy Research Centers Agency Renewables Research Renewables Policy EUBIA & AEBIOM Biomass ESHA & EU-OEA Small Hydro & Ocean ESTIF Solar Thermal EPIA PV EGEC Geo- thermal EWEA Wind Renewable Energy Industry
  • 5. to improve the quality and scope of European R&D in RETs
    • Networking & information exchange in RE R&D
    • Fostering and facilitating an increasing cooperation between academia, research and industry in the renewable energy sector
    • Active participation to the policy making process through lobbying activities to ensure interest representation of the renewable R&D community
    • High level technical training & educational courses
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Our mission:
  • 6. to improve the quality and scope of European R&D in RETs
    • Networking & information exchange in RE R&D
    • Fostering and facilitating an increasing cooperation between academia, research and industry in the renewable energy sector
    • Active participation to the policy making process through lobbying activities to ensure interest representation of the renewable R&D community
    • High level technical training & educational courses
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Our mission:
  • 7. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 1. strong network for Renewable R&D
    • Unique network which groups European research centres and universities...
    • ...acting as a communication hub that assists in quick and efficient information transfer to and from the EU Institutions…
    • … and among our members:
    • twice-yearly College of Members
  • 8. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency May 2009: new EUREC publication on RE research priorities
  • 9. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Rationale
    • With the new emphasis on rapid implementation of renewable energy technologies to achieve the 2020 targets , the EUREC Agency decided to revisit the research priorities in terms of how research can and should contribute to the achievement of those targets.
    • Structured by energy use:
      • Electricity
      • Heating & Cooling
      • Transport Fuels
  • 10. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Methodology and focus
    • Research priorities have been defined on the basis of a broad consultation involving the scientific community.
    • Primary focus on research fields where to invest in the coming years in order to reach the 20-20-20 target.
    • High potential research areas for 2030 have also been identified to stress the importance of investing in long-term research as a way to enable cost reductions in the conversion technologies, and make sustainable energy supply systems increasingly convenient and reliable.
  • 11. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Electricity (I)
    • Depending on the global development of the electricity supply industry, and assuming that the EU will fulfill its ambitious energy efficiency roadmap, renewable energy sources would be able to contribute between 33% and 40% to the total electricity production by 2020.
    • Research priorities by RE source:
        • Wind
        • Biomass
        • Small hydro power
        • Solar Photovoltaic
        • Geothermal
        • Concentrating Solar Power
        • Marine (Tidal & Wave)
  • 12. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Electricity (II)
    • Cross-cutting research priorities : Electricity Supply and Demand
    • As it is not always possible nor efficient to produce electricity close to where it is consumed, electrical distribution systems will play a very important role in the future development of renewable electricity, given that the areas of greatest potential are often to be found far from centres of population.
    • On the demand side management (DSM), research priorities focus on smoothing out the electricity demand curve, which will enable generating capacity to work at optimal efficiency.
  • 13. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Heating and Cooling
    • The supply of heat for domestic and industrial purposes currently composes over 50% of the final energy usage in Europe. ⇨ mostly generated via combustion of fossil fuels.
    • For this reason, EUREC energy scenario insists in a very substantial contribution of the heating and cooling sector to the 2020 goals.
    • Research priorities by RE source:
        • Biomass
        • Solar Thermal
        • Geothermal
        • Cross-cutting: innovative building concept
  • 14. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency RE in transport applications
    • Current near-total dominance of internal combustion engines (ICEs) fuelled with fossil fuel in the propulsion of road vehicles.
    • In future, the renewable energy shall be delivered in the form of a fuel that is
    • a) comparable in price to the fossil fuel it is substituting;
    • b) energy-dense and easy to handle;
    • c) that meets agreed specifications.
    • Research priorities by fuel:
        • Renewable Electricity
        • Renewable Hydrogen
        • Bio-fuels
  • 15. to improve the quality and scope of European R&D in RETs
    • Networking & information exchange in RE R&D
    • Fostering and facilitating an increasing cooperation between academia, research and industry in the renewable energy sector
    • Active participation to the policy making process through lobbying activities to ensure interest representation of the renewable R&D community
    • High level technical training & educational courses
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Our mission:
  • 16. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 2. Foster cooperation between RE research and industry
    • Support collaboration between research centres and their counterparts in the renewable energy industry to define comprehensive R&D strategies , and to facilitate innovation and technology transfer.
    • European Technology Platforms :
    • Photovoltaics,
    • Solar Thermal (now Renewable H&C)
    • Also contacts with Smart Grids, Wind, Biofuels
    ProRETT KIS-PIMS
  • 17. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Spotlight: from the to the
    • 36 Technology Platforms have been launched so far - six in the energy sector
    • From 2006 to 2008 the has been working to define Vision and SRA of the ST sector
    • The European Technology Platform on Renewable Heating & Cooling (RHC-ETP) brings together stakeholders from the biomass , geothermal and solar thermal sectors - including the related industries - to define a common strategy for increasing the use of renewable energy technologies for heating and cooling.
  • 18. www.rhc-platform.org EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Spotlight: from the to the
  • 19. to improve the quality and scope of European R&D in RETs
    • Networking & information exchange in RE R&D
    • Fostering and facilitating an increasing cooperation between academia, research and industry in the renewable energy sector
    • Active participation to the policy making process through lobbying activities to ensure interest representation of the renewable R&D community
    • High level technical training & educational courses
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Our mission: Greg Arrowsmith
  • 20. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3. Participate in EU policy-making processes
    • Money
    • EU energy technology policy
    • The structure and organisation of EU energy R&D
    G1
  • 21. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.1 Money G2
    • R&D + economies of scale = cheap renewable energy
    • Keep innovating to stay ahead of the competition
    • EU-level R&D helps R&D centres get to know each other
    • EU-level demonstration projects
    • Enable expensive projects to be funded
    • Can avoid duplication
  • 22. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.1 “NER300” (1) G3
    • NER = New Entrants’ Reserve of the revised EU Emissions Trading Scheme
    • Funds installations of CCS and innovative renewable electricity projects
    • Funding depends on the installation verifiably avoiding CO2 emissions
    • Total value: 3 bn EUR? 9 bn EUR?
    • Experience of operating installation to be shared
  • 23. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.1 “NER300” (2) G4
    • List of eligible projects
    • Per MWh funding reduces appetite for risk
    • Proposal selection rules incent high production bids and low cost
  • 24. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.1 “NER300” (3) G5
    • In-built contradiction in NER300 must be resolved
      • Uncomplicated way: make CO2 dependence token
      • Complicated way: financial intermediary to take on technological risk
  • 25. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.1 “NER300” (4) G6
    • Key demands:
      • Provide funding in an uncomplicated way
      • Start projects soon
    • Otherwise:
      • 2 years between Call for proposals and award decision makes it impossible for NER300 to fund cutting edge technologies
  • 26. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.1 “NER300” (5) G7
    • Where are we now?
      • EC and Member States battling for control of NER300 money
      • Further discussion taking place in EC and between EC and MS
      • One meeting in November, December
      • Germany is key
      • EREC policy conference
      • Involve para-associations like PV Technology Platform 
  • 27. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.2 EEPR G8
    • Agreed within 6 months
    • 565 bn EUR for wind, 1050 for CCS, 1440 for gas interconnections, 925 for electricity
    • CCS as fiscal stimulus? Really?
    • Other areas should have received attention
  • 28. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.3 EIT (1) G9
    • European Institute of Innovation and Technology
    • Knit together research centres, universities, companies
    • But how? Big ideas:
      • “ co-location centres ”
      • mobility
    • Our ideas: “open innovation” modeled on Germany’s Forschungsvereinigungen
  • 29. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.3 EIT (2) G10
    • Chances of success?
      • Expensive proposals to write
      • Relationship with comparable existing initiatives or other proposals not defined
      • FP6 Networks of Excellence have not performed well
      • KICs swaddled in red tape?
    • Prediction: EIT to fade from view in 2010 and 2011 as KICs work and experience is gained
  • 30. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.4 EERA G11
    • European Energy Research Alliance
    • Research centres identify resources to commit to ‘joint programming’
    • Joint programmes to launch (soon)
    • EERA opened up to small institutes once l’aunched’
    • A controversial first year
  • 31. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 3.4 Looking ahead G12
    • New Commission
    • PPPs in wind, solar, biofuels, smart grids
    • Mid-term review of the EC budget
    • The growing role of the EIB
    • For discussion in Technology Platforms:
      • Changing role of R&D centres in maturing industries like PV
      • European competitiveness vs China’s
  • 32. to improve the quality and scope of European R&D in RETs
    • Networking & information exchange in RE R&D
    • Fostering and facilitating an increasing cooperation between academia, research and industry in the renewable energy sector
    • Active participation to the policy making process through lobbying activities to ensure interest representation of the renewable R&D community
    • High level technical training & educational courses
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Our mission:
  • 33. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency 4. Education and technical training
    • Shortage of qualified workforce for the growing renewable energy sector is attracting more and more attention by policy makers at EU level
    • Scientific research in RE provides :
    • the means to achieve the European ambitions of sustainable growth and competitiveness,
    • an important educational tool for the training of the highly skilled professionals who will design and implement the energy systems of the future.
    • More efforts are essential in education!
  • 34. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Wind energy sector employment (EU 2007-2030) Source: EWEA (2008)
  • 35. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Photovoltaics sector employment (EU 2005-2030) Source: PV-Employment 2009
  • 36. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Bio-energy employment perspectives
    • EU accounts for only a small share of bioethanol production, but is a prominent player in biodiesel .
    • Most biogas facilities are currently in DE and AT, but are now also booming in Eastern Europe.
    • Fragmented data at EU level:
    • Germany had 95,800 direct + indirect jobs in 2008;
    • Spain more than 10,000 directly employed.
    Cumulated estimation for the EU by 2020 (EREC/WWF): 580,000 jobs in biomass heating , 424,000 jobs in biofuels , and as many as 2.7 million jobs in biogas
  • 37. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Our answer: the European Master in Renewable Energy
    • EUREC Agency has been coordinating the European Master in Renewable Energy since 2002
    • Postgraduate engineering program teaching students the latest techniques and most relevant aspects to pursue a successful career in the renewable energy industry.
    • Opportunity to specialize in one specific technology
    • Final degree: European MSc in Renewable Energy
  • 38.
    • Courses taught at 7 different European universities in Germany, France, Spain, UK and Greece.
    • Students complete different components in different universities & countries.
    • 16-month Master program for engineering students, divided in three parts:
            • Core
            • Specialization
            • Project
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency The EUREC Master: highlights
  • 39.
    • Solid foundations in all main renewable energy sources (wind, solar, biomass, water)
    • Taught at:
    • Ecole des Mines (FR) in French
    • University of Loughborough (UK) in English
    • University of Zaragoza (ES) in Spanish
    • University of Oldenburg (DE) in English
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency The Core semester Multilingual / Multicultural Introduction to all RES in existing high level courses Balanced mix of theoretical and practical content
  • 40.
    • Sole focus on one particular branch of RE technology:
    • Hybrid systems (Kassel, DE)
    • Bio-energy (Zaragoza, ES)
    • Wind (Athens, GR)
    • Photovoltaics (Northumbria, UK)
    • Solar Thermal (Perpignan, FR)
    • In-depth theory classes alternate with extensive practical work in laboratories and testing facilities.
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency The Specialisation semester Truly European experience Flexibility and adaptation skills Field trips to “real life” installation Possibly from AY 2010/2011
  • 41.
    • The EUREC Master has been conceived as to equip students with skills to respond to the needs of the industry .
    • The last semester, students are requested to develop their project thesis while working at the premises of a RE company or research centre
          • placement experience!
    • Each student is supervised by a tutor
    • Final presentation in Brussels
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency The Project
  • 42. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Statistics (I): students general profile
    • Students enrolled in AY09/10: 54
    • Country of Origin :
      • 70% from EU countries
      • 30% from non-EU countries
    • Average age: 27 years
    • Language skills : 3 languages
    • Female students : 20%
  • 43.
    • University degree :
    • Engineering: 89% (industrial, mechanic alenvironmental…)
    • Others: 11% (physics, marine sciences)
    • Hold a PhD : 4%
    • Previous work experience : 2 years of working experience (including traineeships, when related to studies)
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Statistics (II): students educational background
  • 44. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Statistics (III): choice of specialisation
  • 45. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Statistics (IV): placement for the project
  • 46.
    • Technical skills:
      • Strong basic scientific knowledge (degree in engineering, physics, computer sciences...)
      • Deep knowledge about energy systems
      • Detailed technical and specialist knowledge in one RE field
    • Professional skills:
      • Strong multi-disciplinarity and flexibility (open to changes)
      • Ability to work in a multinational team (language skills)
      • Project Management (including economic issues)
      • Global approach to problem solving and challenges (solution-oriented)
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Learning outcome
  • 47.
    • Organisation of ad-hoc events (CoM in 2008, EUSEW 2009,…)
    • Link with the newly constituted IRENA (International Renewable ENergy Agency)
    • Raising of additional public resources (ERASMUS MUNDUS, ICARE,…)
    • Continuous contacts throughout the year with RE companies
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency How EUREC supports the Master
  • 48.
    • Applicants for the AY 2010/2011 will be able to register from January to July 2010 .
    • Ongoing contacts with EU universities to expand the offer:
      • University of Perpignan (FR)
      • TU Lisbon (PT)
      • TU Delft (NL)
      • SSSA of Pisa (IT)
      • University of Vienna (AT)
      • Danish Technical University (DK)
    EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency Next steps
      • Polytechnic Institute of Setubal (PT)
      • Hanzeuniversity of Groningen (NL)
      • Università La Sapienza (IT)
  • 49. EUREC Agency European Renewable Energy Research Centres Agency
      • Thank you for your attention!
    • EUREC Agency
    • Renewable Energy House
    • Rue d’Arlon 63-67
    • B-1040 Bruxelles
    • Tel. +32 2 546 19 30
    • Fax +32 2 546 19 34
    • [email_address]
    • www.eurec.be
    • www.master.eurec.be