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Wave Energy Basque Country Catalog

  1. 1. Wave  power  is  an  alternative  source  of  renewable  electricity  with  tremendous   future  potential The  sea  is  an  abundant,  inexhaustible  and  predictable  energy  resource.   There  are  a  number  of  ways  of  converting  this  energy  for  use.  However,   most  research  and  development  is  concentrating  on  techniques  for   harnessing  wave  movement  and  to  a  lesser  degree,  the  use  of  tide  energy.   The  aim  is  to  attain  the  technical  and  economic  viability  that  will  make  it   possible  deploy  wave  energy  at  a  commercial  level  in  the  near  future.   ! The  countries  that  are  most  active  in  developing  and  testing  wave   technology  are  located  along  the  European  Atlantic  axis,  where  the  world's   as  yet  largely  untapped  capacity  is  concentrated.   Source:  IEA  -­‐Ocean  Energy  Systems  annual  report  2014 Source:  European  Ocean  Energy  Association It  is  estimated  that  by  2050  marine  energy  could  meet   15%  of  European  energy  demand,  with  an  estimated   installed  capacity  of  188  GW Commercial  exploitation  of  marine  energy  from  2020  is   forecast  to  parallel  the  current  development  of  offshore   wind  power  and  earlier  trends  in  onshore  wind. 2 Worldwide wave power installed capacity, MW 2014 Country Installed  capacity  (MW) Capacity  in  consented   projects  (MW) United  Kingdom 3.7 Several  pilot  plants Portugal 0.29 0.3 Spain 0.29 0.3 Denmark 0.11 China 0.35 2.8 Sweden 0.18 10.4-­‐10.6 New  Zealand 0.04 0.22 Belgium 20 South  Korea 0.5 0.3 Norway 0.2 USA 1.36
  2. 2. Various  alternatives  for  capturing  energy  are  being  developed  and  tested.  As  yet,   there  is  no  clear  victor The energy is generated by the movement of a floating body relative to another fixed (anchored or submerged) body Energy generated by the movement of long, hinged floating devices situated at right-angles to the waves Operates like a storage vessel, with wave water spilling over the top and being emptied through the bottom via turbines The wave strikes a hinged or flexible structure which transfers the energy The waves drive a column of water which pushes the air in a sealed chamber through a two-way air turbine Types of wave energy converters The submerged devices anchored to the seabed move as a result of the pressure gradient force generated by the wave and tidal movements. CETO 3 (C3), 80kW 3 Oscillating water column (OWC) Oscillating Wave Surge Converter (OWSC) Point absorbers Linear absorbers or attenuator devices Overtopping Pressure differential OE Buoy, Ocean Energy (IRL), 1.5 MW (prototype) Oyster 800, (UK), 800 kW Wave Dragon, Wave   Dragon (DK) 7 MW (under construction) Pelamis P2, PWP (UK),   450 kW (prototype) Powerbuoy, Ocean Power Technologies (US) (Prototype. A 2.4 MW version is under development)
  3. 3. 44 55 46 39 33 50 47 53 70 67 68 76 67 63 65 55 60 38 15 50 33 32 24 The  Basque  coast  is  ideally  located  for  developing  and  testing  wave  power   generating  devices  … Wave energy resources in Europe 4 Regions located between 30 and 60 degrees latitude in both hemispheres present the greatest wave energy flows, varying between 20 and 70 kW/m. !The Basque coast , with a medium-high potential, allows devices and new technologies to be tested in a less agressive environment than other locations. With its excellent marine resource, the Basque coast is in a unique position to benefit from wave energy and to develop and test wave power generating devices. Basque Country Wave energy Flux From 25 to 44kW/m depending on the season and distance from the coast line AN EXCEPTIONAL SITE   ! Source:  CRES  (Centre  for  Renewable  Energy  Sources)
  4. 4. 5 …  and  the  Basque  Country  has  an  industrial  and  technological  base  to  position  itself  as  a   global    competency  centre  for  marine  energy Source: Basque Maritime Forum Source: Basque Energy Cluster INDUSTRIAL  SUPPORT  FABRIC   We  have  a  strong  business  fabric  operating  in  the  two  principal  specialities,  which  can  provide  the   knowledge  and  experience  required  for  developing  wave  energy   Basque  energy  industry Basque  shipbuilding  and  auxiliary  industry Number of companies R&D spending International Business Overall
 turnover Number of companies R&D spending International Business Overall
 turnover €44 bn>350 €400 m 65% €2.15 bn>150 €215m 80%
  5. 5. Wave  energy  plants  consist  of  a  number  of  fundamental  components… 6 CONVERTER STRUCTURE ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEM AUXILIARY CONVERTER EQUIPMENT MOORING AND POSITIONING SYSTEMS  • Fixed structures   • Mooring lines •Means for maintenance and installation • Sensors   • Communications   • Actuators GRID CONNECTION  • Submarine cable   • Submarine connectors   • Onshore substation MONITORING AND CONTROL EQUIPMENT
  6. 6. GENERATINGPLANTSANDSITESTUDY WEC COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEM AUXILIARY CONVERTER EQUIPMENT TESTING AND EXPERIMENTATION INFRASTRUCTURES KNOWLEDGE/R&D AGENTS STRUCTURE DESIGN AND ENGINEERING OF WAVE GENERATION SYSTEMS MONITORING AND CONTROL EQUIPMENT MOORING AND   POSITIONING SYSTEM MAINTENANCEANDPERFORMANCEANALYSIS GRID CONNECTION ON-SITEINSTALLATIONOFDEVICES 7 …that  comprise  a  new  value  chain  with  extensive  presence  of  technical  agents  and  companies
  7. 7. Alignment  between  business,  research  centres  and  government  translates  into   intense  collaboration  in  R&D  projects… Companies  and  players  in  the  scientific-­‐ technological  field  of  Basque  Country   are  conducting    joint  activities  of  R&D  in   the  area  of  wave  energy.     This  is  complemented  in  parallel  by  the   regional  existing  expertise  in  marine   renewable  energy  technologies,  based  on   inter-­‐cluster  collaborations…   ! ! ! ! …with  a  network  of  high  experienced   research  groups,  based  on    technological   excellence,  that  are  reference  in  energy   wave  projects  within  the  EU  framework   programme…   …such  as  TECNALIA,  which  also  chairs  the   ‘Ocean  Energy  Systems’  association.   ! ! Wave  energy  is  one  of  the  prime  commitments  of   the  Basque  Technological  and  Industrial   Development  Strategy  (energiBasque).  Through   this  strategy,  the  Basque  government  and  its   support  bodies  are  creating  an  environment  that   will  promote  development  of  existing  capacities  in   the  region's  energy  industry ENERGIBASQUE  The  Basque  Technological  and  Industrial   Development  Energy  Strategy Network of research centers and organisations that aims to streamline and facilitate testing by offering periods of free-of- charge access to world-class test facilities MARINET European collaborative project funded by the European Commission which provides design tools for deploying the first generation of wave and tidal energy converter arrays DTOcean Network of 16 managers of R&I programmes from 9 European countries to coordinate funding programmes between European countries and regions to support research and innovation in the ocean energysector OCEANERA-NET The  main  goal  of  this  project  is  to  produce  a  step  change  in  the   overall  performance  of  Power  Take-­‐Off  (PTO)  systems  used  for  Wave   Energy  harvesting. SEOLTA Development and viability of offshore wave farms using overdamped point converters UHINDAR VII Framework Programme VII Framework Programme VII Framework Programme 8 CENIT programme Basque Government's Etorgai Programme The objective is to gain open sea operating experience by means of floating OWC wave energy converter (OCEANTEC) and two field test sites (Mutriku and bimep) to reduce the cost of wave energy by 50% in the long term OPERA HORIZON 2020 Programme The objective is to develop a set of industry-enabling cost-effective and reliable components which will be available as a commercial product for a wide range of ocean energy converters, arrays and facilities RECODE OCENERA-NET
  8. 8. The  wave-­‐based   power  generation   facility  is  located   inside  the  seawall  of   Mutriku …and  in  the  construction  of  pilot  plants  with  wave  technology  such  as  the   Mutriku  plant Mutriku:  pioneering  wave-­‐based  power  generation  facility  and  Up-­‐and-­‐running  test  site   for  new  concepts  in  air  turbines,  generators,  control  strategies  and  auxiliary  equipment;     first  grid-­‐connected  wave  energy  plant  in  Europe  (mainland) 9 World’s  first   commercial   wave  plant   (2011) Developer:     Ente  Vasco  de  la   Energía Uses  OWC   technology   Investment:   €2.3m During  winter  2015   a  major  milestone   reached;  its  first   GWh  of  electricity   supplied  to  the  grid 16  turbines   with  total   capacity  of   296kW
  9. 9. …  and  bimep  is  a  singular  infrastructure  for  real-­‐scale  testing  and  validation  of   marine  energy  components  and  systems Key  bimep  characteristics   ! ! • 20  MW  total  capacity   • 4  converter  connection  points   • Facilities  for  installation,  trials,  tests  and  operation   • Associated  research  centre   • SCADA  monitoring  and  control  system   • Research  and  data  control  centre   • Depth:  50m-­‐90m The  bimep  (Biscay  Marine  Energy  Platform)  initiative  was  launched  in   2011.  It  is  80%  owned  by  Ente  Vasco  de  la  Energía  and  20%  owned  by   the  IDAE  (Institute  for  Energy  Diversification  and  Saving) Bimep  is  located  off  the  coast  at  Lemoiz-­‐Armintza.  It  occupies  a  surface   area  of  5.3  km2and  stands  at  a  distance  of  1.7  km  from  the  coast.  It  is   located  15  km  from  Bilbao  Port,  one  of  the  most  important  logistical   centres  on  the  European  Atlantic  axis       The  infrastructure  is  available  to  technology  and  product  developers,   enabling  real-­‐scale  research  and  demonstration  of  wave  energy  capture   and  conversion  devices  and  systems   10 Surface  are  occupied    5,279,887  sq  m Ocean  Buoy Restricted  Zone  application Piped   underground   static  cable Mooring     area Moo ring     area Mooring     area No  Mooring  Zone  application !Static  cable   under  sea  bed
  10. 10. Bimep  offers  a  complete  portfolio  of  services  for  speeding  up  development  of   marine  energy  technologies   11 Services Basic Advanced Occupation Offshore  and  office  space Information Real-­‐time  sea  and  power  generation  data.  Historical   information Wave  predictions  in  one-­‐hour  strips  (24h,  48h     and  72h) Security Assessment  of  preparation  of  the  technology  to  be   applied  and  monitoring  of  alarms Device  surveillance  and  emergency  management Energy Grid  connection  and  management  of  sale  of  the   energy  produced  by  device.  All  revenue  passed  on  to   user   Energy  quality  analysis Verification Performance  /  Energy  matrix Offshore   operations Device  installation  and  maintenance   Technical  analysis Advanced  data  analyses  and  verifications  of   mechanical,  electrical,  oceanographic  and   environmental  aspects   R&D Collaboration  projects  for  developing  facilitating     technologies,  resource  evaluation,  environmental   and  pre-­‐regulatory  aspects.
  11. 11. Parque  Tecnológico  de  Alava  C/   Leonardo  Da  Vinci,  14   Miñano     +34    945296981   ays@analisisysimulacion.com Santiago  Auzoa,  s/n   Zumaia     +34  943860262
 balenciaga@astilleros balenciaga.com Autonomía,  45  -­‐  2º  Dcha.     Bilbao   +34    944102339   info@asakenvertical.com Av.  Bruselas,  8  Ofic.  16-­‐20   Vitoria  -­‐  Gasteiz   +34  945012700   cpilarte@abgam.es Gazanda  Bidea,  3    Mungia   +34  946740362   comercial@auxema-­‐ stemmann.com Barrio  Malloape  Ap.  75   Gernika   +34    946252000   mail@astillerosmuruet a.com Larrondo  Goiko  2.  Pab  3-­‐4   Loiu   +34  94  4532629         dzpvn@grupocobra.com Ctra.  Bilbao-­‐Galdácano,  11-­‐13   Bilbao   +34    94  4116500      info@eldu.com c/Rodríguez  Arias,  28-­‐30   Bilbao   +34    94  4899100     elecnor@elecnor.es Mª  Diaz  de  Haro,  68,  Vivero  3     Bilbao   +34    944278270   info@cdabilbao.com Pol.  Ind.  Txirrita  Maleo,  Pab.  7C   Errenteria   +34  943  398  446    elecpasaia@elecpasaia.com Capitan  Mendizabal,  7  -­‐  1º   Izda.   Santurtzi   +34  628068182    bam@sm-­‐bam.com Alameda  de  Urquijo,   36  -­‐  1º  Edif  Plaza   Bilbao   +34  944  035  600 B.  Ibarreta  s/n   Antzuola   +34  943  78  60  09
 matz-­‐erreka@matz-­‐erreka.es   Hirribarren,  26  -­‐   P.O.Box  8   Lazkao   +34  943880936   irizar@irizarforge.com Landeta  Hiribidea,  11    Azpeitia    +34  943  15  70  15
 comercial@glual.es Katuxa  Ibarra,  7   Llodio     +34  946728505
 gometegui@gometegui.com PG.  Gatita  Parcela  3  Pb  1   Gatika   +34  946155443   Jaime.aurrecoechea@inco mimex.com Avda.  Zarandoa  23   Bilbao   +34  94  4016405       info@idom.com Obieta,  24  7º  D    Erandio   +34    944671351     bilbao@indasa.com Parque  Tecnológico  106   Zamudio   +34  94  4039800       ingeteam@ingeteam.com Po.  Ind.  Sangroniz
 Iberre  Kalea,  3  Pab.5   Sondika   +34  94  453  81  34   indupime@indupime.com Avda.  San  Adrián,  48   Bilbao   +34  94.466.37.99       informacion@iberdrola.com Polígono  Industrial   Azitain,  3,  2º-­‐  11   Eibar   +34  943  820350          info@ik4.es Pº  del  Circuito  10   Lasarte-­‐Oria   +34  943  376  400   jema@jema.es Pol.  Ind.l  Trobika,  Martinetxe   Bidea,  4   Munguia   +34    946159100      mesa@schneider-­‐electric.com Ribera  de  la  Ría,  s/n.   Sestao     +34  944858600
 info@lanaval.es Loramendi,  4   Mondragón   +34    943  794  700   marregui@mondragon.edu Polígono  Industrial  Itziar,  15,   Deba   943  85  26  00
 intza@intza.com Poligono  Industrial  Txara   S/N,  Beasain   +34  943  02  82   electric@indar.ingeteam.com Azeta,  13   Portugalete   +34  944967062   mesa.admon@me nervion.com Ribera  de  Axpe,  50  Edificio    Udondo    Erandio   +34    944800753   sintemar@sintemar.com Parque  Tecnológico.  Edif.  104   Zamudio   +34  94  431  77  77       ormazabal@ormazabal.com Avda.  Zugazarte  56   Las  Arenas   +34  94  4817500         del.industrial@sener.es Parque  Cient.  y  Tec.  de   Bizkaia,  T4  Eguinkunea   Derio   +34  94  902  760  000   javier.garcia-­‐ tejedor@tecnalia.com Polígono  Industrial   Abendaño  Oficina  6   Zarautz   +34  943  109743   info@es.roxtec.com C/Baratzondo,  3   Pol.  Ind.  Apatta-­‐Erreka   Ibarra   +34  943  679  900   info@obeki.com Alameda  de  Urquijo  S/N   Bilbao   +34    946  01  4028   joa.rodriguez@ehu.es P.T.  de  Bizkaia  C/  Geldo   Edif  700   Derio   +34  94  4041444        info@tecnalia.info C/  Portal  de  Gamarra  28   Vitoria   +34  945  214600    zigor@zigor.com Puerto  pesquero  s/n.   Bilbao   +34  944  618  200   info@zamakonayards.com Barrio  Arteagoiti,  8   San  Miguel  de  Basauri   +34  944493750   administracion@hilfa.com Larrondo-­‐Beheko  Etorbidea,  3   Loiu   +34  944535916   info@zineti.com C/Albert  Einstein  31   Miñano   +34  945214110     comercial.iberica@aegps.com Derio  Bidea,  28   Munguia   +34  946011200      info@arteche.es Barrio  Galindo  s/n
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 +34  94  472  85  00   spain.es.emea.crn@alstom.com         Katea  Auzoa  K/G   Idiazabal   +34  943188000   ampo@ampo.com Francisco  Grandmontagne  2   San  Sebastian   +34  943  318  400
 info@boschrexroth.es Pol.  Ind.  Altune  nº  6010,   Pab.  7,  Olaberria,    Apdo.  84     Beasain    +34  943  162  020
 hinerenovables@hine.es Ribera  de  Axpe  5   Erandio   +34  913  83  31  80     tsca@iberdrola.es Lauroeta  Etorbidea,  4   Loiu   +34  944631600   info@cintranaval-­‐defcar.com Larrondo  Goiko  Kalea,  2   Loiu   +34  944532629   central@grupocobra.com Parque  Tec.  Bizkaia   ED.T4  Ekingunea   Zamudio   +34  946575607   jlaguiriano@oceantecen ergy.com Muelle  Tom-­‐s  Olabarri,   4-­‐5   Las  Arenas   +34  944645133   ibaizabal@ibaizabal.org Poligono  Industrial   Landabaso  s/n   Bermeo   +34  946170100   wartsilaib@wartsila.com Alameda  de  Urquijo  36,  1   BILBAO   +34  944035600   bimep@eve.es Harizti  Industrialdea  201-­‐ E-­‐20212   Olaberria   +34  943  80  50  77
 laulagun@laulagun.com C/  Ercilla  12,  1ºD    Bilbao   +34    628  936  989   info@zumaiaoffshore.com PO  Box  34   Zumaia   +34  943  147047     comercial@azcuepumps.es Astigarragako  Bidea,  2     4º  pl.  of.  6   Oihartzun   +34  943  522300    correo@slingsintt.com Polígono  Industrial  El   Campillo  II,  P3
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