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Offshore Wind Energy Basque Country Catalog 2017

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Offshore Wind Energy Basque Country Catalog 2017

  1. 1. 2 At  present,  technology  is  at  a  sufficient  enough   level  for  the  commercial  deployment  of  offshore   wind  power  installations Onshore  Cost Offshore  Cost These  differences  are  reflected  in    greater  investment   and  a  different  cost  structure  in  offshore  wind  energy Offshore  wind  energy  is  undergoing  rapid  development,  with  ever  more  demanding   requirements  and  potential  for  its  implementation  than  onshore  wind  power. Advantages Requirements ✓ Improved  load  factor   ✓ Turbines  and  farms  of  greater   capacity     ✓ Greater  areas  of  availability   ✓ No  visual  impact  or  noise   restrictions   o New  technological  challenges   o Problems  of  grid  connection   o Installation  and  O&M  costs   o Need  for  new  contractual  models  to   reduce  risk  and    CAPEX Offshore  wind  energy  is  a  renewable  source  of  great  potential… Expected  LCoE*  evolution
 with  the  increase  of  offshore  wind  cumulative  capacity *LCoE:  Levelized  Cost  of  Electricity Source:  “Wind  in  our  sails”.  EWEA,  Indra  BC  analysis 10% 2% 80% 6% 2% 5% 10% 30% 29% 26% • Turbine   • Project  management   • Grid  connection   • Foundation,  civil  works            and  installation   • O&M  and  Decommissioning
  2. 2. 3 …focusing  on  Europe  as  the  beginning  of  its  worldwide  expansion Source:  GWEC,  WindEurope European  project  pipeline  five  year  outlook • United  Kingdom   • Germany   • Belgium   • France   • Denmark   • Netherlands Installed  capacity  (MW) Global  cumulative  offshore  wind  capacity  in  2016  by  country Overall,  there  is  now  14,384  MW  of  installed  offshore  wind  power  capacity.  A  total  of  2,219  MW  was  installed  globally  in  2016,  and  although  numbers   were  down  31%  from  2015  record,  the  future  looks  promising,  with  a  5-­‐year  pipeline  in  Europe  that  will  double  current  cumulative  capacity.     At  the  end  of  2016,  nearly  88%  (12,631  MW)  of  all  offshore  wind  installations  were  located  in  waters  off  the  coast  of  ten  European  countries.  The   remaining  12%  of  the  installed  capacity  is  located  largely  in  China,  followed  by  Japan,  South  Korea  and  the  United  States.  
  3. 3. The  Basque  Country,  located  in  the  south  of  Europe  and  in  the  north  of  Spain,   extends  over  7,000  sq.  Km.  and  has  over  2  million  inhabitants.  It  represents  one   of  the  largest  industrial  concentrations  in  Spain  and  its  quality  levels  place  it  at   the  forefront  of  Europe.   ! Wind  power  activity  in  the  Basque  Country,  data  2015 Wind power companies Overall Employment Outlay in R&D Employment in R&D Overall turnover The  Basque  Country  is  a  top  player  through  its  experience  in  onshore  wind… The  region  has  developed  a  strong  industrial  framework  in  the  wind  power   sector  thanks  to  the  driver  effect  of  leading  international  companies  such  as   Iberdrola   and   Siemens   Gamesa,   playing   a   prominent   role   in     technological   and  market  development  (with  over  22  GW  installed  in  Spain  since  the  outset   in  the  mid  1990s  as  a  pioneering  country  at  an  international  level).   ! The  overall  figures  of  activity  of  Basque  companies  in  this  field  clearly  show   the  competitiveness  and  the  level  of  development  which  has  been  reached,   both  industrially  and  technologically.   Source:  SPRI,  EVE,  Basque  Energy  Cluster 4 112 7,527M€ 15,203 1.022 101.2M€
  4. 4. Maritime sector companies Overall Employment Outlay in R&D Export ratio Overall turnover 150 2,300  M€ 80% 225M€ Source:  The  Basque  Maritime  Forum 5 …accompanied  by  a  shipbuilding  industry  and  marine  activities  firmly  planted  in  the  region The   maritime   sector   in   the   Basque   Country   figures   highly   in   the   economic   and   industrial   development   of   the   Basque  Country.  Furthermore,  the  maritime  sector  in  Euskadi  is  a  world  benchmark  thanks  to  its  knowhow  in  the   construction  of  high  technology  vessels  and  manufacture  of  equipment  and  products  of  high  added  value.   The  sea  serves  as  a  natural  habitat  for  local  companies  and  their  experience    in  sectors  such  as  oil  and  gas  makes   them  necessary  players  for  the  development  of  offshore  wind  power,  as  they  are  able  to  offer  solutions  both  in   the   design   process   and   the   construction   of   the   wind   farm   and   its   equipment   both   during   operation   and   maintenance  and  its  subsequent  disassembly:   •Installation  and  maintenance  vessels   •Foundations  (fixed  and  floating)   •Manufacture  and  integration  of  electrical  substations   •Other  elements  (cranes,  elevators,  interiors,  anchoring  devices,  towers,  transition  pieces)   Maritime  sector  activity  in  the  Basque  Country,  data  2015 14,935!
  5. 5. 6 Rotor Nacelle • Main  shaft   • Axis   • Signal  lights   • Gearbox   • Refrigeration  system   • Braking  system   • Anemometer   • Shell   • Coupling   • Yaw  system   • Crane  system Power  conversion   • Generator   • Convertor   • Transformer Grid  connection • Submarine  inter-­‐array  cable   • Submarine    export  cable   • Connectors   • Offshore  substation Tower • Tower  structure   • Elements  of  joints  and  fixing   • Interior  elements   • Elevator Foundation • Transition  piece   • Elements  of  fixation  to  seabed   • Floating  structures   • Anchorage  lines An  offshore  wind  farm  incorporates  numerous  components  and  systems… • Blade   • Blade  support   • Pitch  system   • Hub   • Cone Telemetry  and  control • Monitoring  of  the  turbine   • Turbine  controller   • SCADA  wind  farm  control   • Meteorological  station
  6. 6. 7 PROMOTION  AND  PROJECT DESIGN  AND   MANUFACTURE  OF  WIND   FARM  ELEMENTS OPERATION  AND   MAINTENANCE   • Wind  farm  development   • Socio-­‐economic  analysis  of   potential  locations     • Environmental  impact  evaluation   • Technical  support  studies   • Basic  design  of  offshore  wind   farms   • Civil  works  engineering  project   • Project  management  and   processing   • Logistical  planning  for  wind  farm   construction   • Turbine   • Foundation   • Electrical  grid  connection   • Offshore  substation   • Telemetry  and  control  systems • Design  and  construction  of   vessels  for  cable,  turbine  and   foundation  installation  ,  and   other  auxiliary  vessels  (jack-­‐up   barges,  platforms  etc.)       • Services  for  transport  and   installation  of  submarine  cable   • Services  of  transport  and   installation  of  turbine  and   foundation     • Offshore  substation  installation   • Offshore  civil  work   • Auxiliary  services  for  the  facilities   (transport,  handling  equipment,   maritime  safety,  etc.) • Design  and  construction  of   vessels  for  offshore  wind  farm   maintenance   • Services  for  wind  farm     operation  and  control   • Meteorological  services   • Maintenance  and  repairs   (electrical  and  mechanical)   • Auxiliary  services  for   operational  and  maintenance   activities  (transport  of  material   and  personnel)   • Recycling  and  disassembly OFFSHORE  WIND  FARM  SUPPLY  CHAIN ...and  its  complete  supply  chain  includes  different  kinds  of  activities… INSTALLATION
  7. 7. …  which  are  integrally  covered  by  Basque  industry… WIND FARM! DEVELOPMENT! AND PROJECT DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF OFFSHORE! WIND FARM ELEMENTS WIND TURBINE ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION OF OFFSHORE! WIND FARMS OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE! OF OFFSHORE WIND FARMS GRID CONNECTION AND OFFSHORE SUBSTATIONS TELEMETRY AND CONTROL R&D ENTITIES SERVICE AND MARITIME EQUIPMENT VESSEL MANUFACTURE AND DESIGN MARITIME SERVICES ENGINEERING ROTOR TOWER NACELLE ENERGY CONVERSION FOUNDATION
  8. 8. …  with  widespread  international  activity  (345  delegations  worldwide) *    Includes  productive  and  commercial  establishments  only  of  companies  with  headquarters  in  the  Basque  Country   9 117 America 130 Europe 24 Africa 74 Asia & Oceania Countries  with  Basque  wind  energy  company  presence   # Number of delegations 1-9 delegations 10+ delegations Basque  companies  in  the  wind  energy  sector   enjoy  a  strong  international  presence  in  both   developed  and  emerging  markets
  9. 9. Transmission  and  power  conversion MAINWIND ETORGAI  2013 MARINEL  Companies,  research  centres  and  administration  are  aligned  in  R&D… 1010 Corrosion  and  degradation  of  materials Impact  on  investment  costs Impact  on  operating  costs Optimization  of  O&M   activities Development  of  high  added  value  solutions  at  competitive  costs Key    strategic  collaborative  projects  developed  by  Basque  companies Source:  EnergiBasque  (based  on  Vanguard  Initiative  ADMA  Energy  Technology  Roadmap) Design   and   development   of   new   large   scale,   self-­‐ installing   offshore   substation   and   topside   electrical   equipment Development   of   advanced   components   for   the   offshore   wind  turbines New  component  monitoring  and  predictive  maintenance   system  aimed  at  turbine  and  wind  farm  management Technologies   for   the   design,   advanced   manufacturing   and   validation   of   components   for   energy   facilities   in   offshore  environments TECOFF ETORGAI  2014  …with  a  relevant  focus  on  foundations  for  deep  waters…   SAITEC   has   developed   SATH©,   a   concrete   floating   platform   which   provides  a  cost  competitive  solution  for  the  Offshore  Wind  Market.  A   completely  onshorised  construction  process,  low  material  cost,  plug  &   play   simplified   installation   and   reduced   maintenance   costs,   among   others,  lead  to  a  remarkable  cost  reduction  when  compared  not  only   to   other   floating   solutions   but   to   bottom-­‐fixed   solutions   in   medium   and  deep  waters  (from  35  m). TELWIND   Floating   Platform   integrates   a   novel   floating   substructure  and  a  self-­‐erecting  telescopic  tower,  providing   all   the   performance   advantages   of   a   spar   substructure   while  allowing  for  a  qualitatively  lower  material  usage.  The   TELWIND  platform  allows  for  a  full  onshore  preassembly  of   the  overall  system  at  low  draft  and  low  height  conditions,   ensuring   the   reduction   of   offshore   works   and   auxiliary   means.  This  consequently  overcomes  the  limitations  of  the   available   inshore   infrastructure   and   offshore   heavy   lift   vessels,   ensuring   a   robust   and   reliable   solution   with   the   capacity  to  reduce  drastically  the  LCOE. NAUTILUS   Floating   Solutions   has   developed   a   symmetrical,   four   column  floating  platform  for  offshore  wind  that  includes  a  clever  in-­‐ between   column   design   for   the   heave   plate.   Backed   up   by   a   strong   industrial   consortium,   NAUTILUS   is   aimed   to   install   its   first   1:1   scale   prototype   in   the   next   couple   of   years   in   a   yet   to   be   decided   appropriate  site. Common  industrial  and  technological  challenges  for  offshore  companies   as  identified  in  EnergiBasque  (Basque  Energy  Technological  Strategy) HARSH ETORGAI  2013 HAZITEK  2016 Sensors,  instrumentation   and  remote  monitoring Manufacture  of  large  components Validation  in  real  environment
  10. 10. 11 …  and  boosting  the  creation  of  advanced  manufacturing  and  validation  infrastructures www.clusterenergia.com/windbox • Driven  by  the  Basque  Government  and  SPRI  within  the  framework  of  the  Advanced  Manufacturing  Strategy,  and  with  the  support  of  Gipuzkoa  Provincial  Council,   eight   wind   energy   sector   companies   created   WINDBOX   in   January   2015,   an   advanced   testing   center   for   the   integration   and   validation   of   wind   subsystems,   coordinated  by  the  Basque  Energy  Cluster.   • WINDBOX   is   an   open   access   center   that   provides   fully   equipped   test   benches   to   support   the   development   of   highly   reliable   wind   power   systems   and   components,  as  well  as  the  improvement  of  design  and  manufacturing  processes.   • The  center  includes  five  test  benches,  which  simulate  the  operating  conditions  of  a  wind  farm  and  are  specially  oriented  to  validate  wind  turbine  systems  for   offshore  environments. ! HYDRAULIC  PITCH  TEST  BENCH   AIMED  AT  TESTING  AND  OPTIMISING  WIND  TURBINES   PITCH  ACTUATION  SYSTEMS  AND  THEIR  COMPONENTS !GENERATOR  SLIP  RING  TEST  BENCH AIMED  AT  TESTING  AND  OPTIMIZING  WIND   POWER  GENERATOR  SLIP  RINGS !BLADE  BEARING  TEST  BENCH   AIMED  AT  CONDUCTING  TESTS  ON  THE  HUB,   THE  BLADE  BEARINGS  AND  THE  BEARING-­‐HUB   AND  THE  BLADE-­‐BEARING  JOINTS ! YAW  TEST  BENCH   AIMED  AT  TESTING  AND  VALIDATING   THE  YAW  SYSTEM
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