CBI Energy Conference: Dermot Grimson, head of external affairs, The Crown Estate

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Presentation by Dermot Grimson, head of external affairs, The Crown Estate at the CBI's energy conference. London, October 2009.

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CBI Energy Conference: Dermot Grimson, head of external affairs, The Crown Estate

  1. 1. The Crown Estate<br />2008 Capital Value of £7.3bn<br />Net revenue all paid to UK Treasury £200 Million +<br />The Crown Estate is a landowner not a regulator. It is not part of Government but works closely with Government Departments, the devolved administrations, statutory bodies and other key stakeholders.<br />
  2. 2. The Crown Estate is an Estate in Land which includes:<br />The Urban Estate: Substantial blocks of commercial and residential property including Regent Street & Pall Mall <br />The Rural Estate: Approximately 110,000 hectares of agricultural land<br />and ………<br />
  3. 3. The Marine Estate<br /><ul><li>Estates in land
  4. 4. 30million hectares
  5. 5. 22000km of coast line
  6. 6. A responsibility to enhance the value of the Estates, subject to good management
  7. 7. A monopoly</li></li></ul><li>Offshore wind, wave and tidal programmes<br />
  8. 8. Offshore Wind Energy: GW on the table for 2020<br />
  9. 9. The Prize<br />40 GW of energy from the UK waters from all programmes by 2020<br />15% UK energy<br />30% UK electricity<br />UK energy security of supply<br />Climate change targets<br />Investment of £100 billion+ <br />Jobs: 60,000+<br />Business development opportunities<br />
  10. 10. The Challenges<br />Planning and consenting process<br />Zone development plans<br />Environmental Impact Assessment<br />Infrastructure Planning Commission<br />Scottish Government<br />Grid<br />Ports, harbours and manufacturing sites<br />Supply chain: turbines and cables<br />
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  12. 12. UK Offshore Wind Supply Chain Events 2010<br />Aberdeen, Scottish Enterprise, 28th January<br />Inverness, HIE, 2nd February<br />Glasgow, Scottish Enterprise, 4th February<br />Chester-le-Street, One North East, 17th February<br />Yorkshire, Yorkshire Forward, 19th February<br />SW Wales, Welsh Assembly Government, 8th-12th February<br />South East England Development Agency, 22nd -26th February<br />East of England Development Agency, 3rd March<br />Bristol, South West Renewables Development Agency, 9th March<br />Liverpool, North West Development Agency, 11th March<br />Belfast, Invest NI, 16th March<br />London, 22nd-27th March<br />

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