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Nordic Conference Energy Quality Management, Reykjavik, August 2014 
Stockholm – a new generation of 
energy networks 
Bir...
We develop the future district heating together with our customers 
2 2014-08-28 
BILD: BAHNHOF/THULE DATACENTER
Together with our customers we take care of energy, which 
otherwise would be wasted 
3 2014-08-28
We are creating a totally new market to recover surplus heat in 
Stockholm 
4 2014-08-28
Open District Heat network has many winners 
2014-08-28 
5 
Environment 
Customer Fortum
1 TWh 
12% 
6 2014-08-28
The total surplus heat in Stockholm 
is estimated to 1 TWh – corresponds 
to 12 % of the district heating 
volume in Stock...
The surplus heat from data centers in Stockholm is 500 GWh – 
corresponds to heat and hot tap water for 57 000 flats 
8 20...
District heating and cooling production sites in Stockholm with 
surroundings 
9 2014-08-28
Our geographical presence today 
10 
Russia 
OAO Fortum 
Power generation 20.0 TWh 
Heat sales 24.2 TWh 
TGC-1 (~25%) 
Pow...
Fortum's European power generation based on hydro and nuclear 
power – wide flexibility in heat production 
Fortum's Europ...
Good examples 
12 2014-08-28
The ICT company Bahnhof with its site Pionen 
• The data servers are chilled by cooling 
machines, which produce surplus o...
Grocery Stores - Coop Konsum Rådhuset 
• Excess heat from the refrigirators and 
freezers in the store, 
• Both distict he...
From idea to reality 
15 2014-08-28
From idea to reality 
Background; 
• political debate about 
third party access, 
• tough competition 
with alternatives, ...
Inauguration of pilot in Open District Heat Network - March 2013 
17 2014-08-28
Open District Heat Network in the media 
18 
Techworld nr 10 2012 
Techworld nr 9 2013 
Energi & Miljö 130822 
Mitt i 1309...
Time schedule of Open District Heat Network 
• February 2012: project started 
• Mars 2013: inauguration of first pilot 
•...
The business models in Open 
District Heat Network 
20 2014-08-28
The offer and the basis for the business 
• Participation in the development of a 
new market for heating and cooling, 
• ...
Business models (pilot project) 
Three offers 
• Open spot market price on heating 
(”first-rate heating”): 
Purchase pric...
We buy excess heat at market value 
23 2014-08-28 
BILD: BAHNHOF/THULE DATACENTER 
http://advantage-environment.com/video/...
We publish the price a day ahead – exemple of prices in pilot 
• Prima värme som levereras på fjärrvärme framledning 
• En...
25 2013-12-16 
The Open District Heat network is one part of the 
development of the system approach in Stockholm 
Öppen f...
Thanks! 
26 2014-08-28
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  1. 1. Nordic Conference Energy Quality Management, Reykjavik, August 2014 Stockholm – a new generation of energy networks Birgitta Resvik, Vice President Corporate Relations Sweden, Fortum Corporation 1 2014-08-28
  2. 2. We develop the future district heating together with our customers 2 2014-08-28 BILD: BAHNHOF/THULE DATACENTER
  3. 3. Together with our customers we take care of energy, which otherwise would be wasted 3 2014-08-28
  4. 4. We are creating a totally new market to recover surplus heat in Stockholm 4 2014-08-28
  5. 5. Open District Heat network has many winners 2014-08-28 5 Environment Customer Fortum
  6. 6. 1 TWh 12% 6 2014-08-28
  7. 7. The total surplus heat in Stockholm is estimated to 1 TWh – corresponds to 12 % of the district heating volume in Stockholm. It can be compared to all heat and hot tap water used in a city with 130 000 inhabitants in a year. 7 2014-08-28
  8. 8. The surplus heat from data centers in Stockholm is 500 GWh – corresponds to heat and hot tap water for 57 000 flats 8 2014-08-28
  9. 9. District heating and cooling production sites in Stockholm with surroundings 9 2014-08-28
  10. 10. Our geographical presence today 10 Russia OAO Fortum Power generation 20.0 TWh Heat sales 24.2 TWh TGC-1 (~25%) Power generation ~7 TWh Heat sales ~8 TWh Nordic countries Power generation 46.5 TWh Heat sales 13.9 TWh Distribution customers 1.6 million Electricity customers 1.2 million Nr 1 Heat Poland Power generation 0.6 TWh Heat sales 4.0 TWh Baltic countries Power generation 0.5 TWh Heat sales 1.1 TWh Nr 3 Power generation Electricity sales Nr 2 Distribution Nr 1 Key figures 2013 Sales EUR 6.1 bn Operating profit EUR 1.7 bn Balance sheet EUR 24 bn Personnel 9,900 Great Britain Power generation 1.0 TWh Heat sales 1.8 TWh Listed at the Helsinki Stock Exchange since 1998 More than 130,000 shareholders Market cap ~14 billion euros
  11. 11. Fortum's European power generation based on hydro and nuclear power – wide flexibility in heat production Fortum's European power generation in 2013 Nuclear power 48% Other 2% Biomass 3% Coal 7% Hydro power 37% Natural gas 3% European generation 48.7 TWh (Generation capacity 10,873 MW) Fortum's European heat production in 2013 Biomass 28% Oil 1% Peat 2% Coal 22% Natural gas 19% Heat pumps, electricity 16% Waste 12% European production 18.6 TWh (Production capacity 8,193 MW) 11
  12. 12. Good examples 12 2014-08-28
  13. 13. The ICT company Bahnhof with its site Pionen • The data servers are chilled by cooling machines, which produce surplus of heat which is vented away. • Not possible to have district cooling to the building • The company Bahnhof installs a heat pump to produce cooling and the surplus heat is delevered into the district heating network. 13 2014-08-28 BILD: BAHNHOF/PIONEN
  14. 14. Grocery Stores - Coop Konsum Rådhuset • Excess heat from the refrigirators and freezers in the store, • Both distict heating and cooling networks are connected in the building, • The cooling machines in the form of CO2-plant is producing high temperature - is delevered on the heating network - and it is at the same time chilled by district cooling – giving residual heat – which totally increases the effeciency. 14 2014-08-28
  15. 15. From idea to reality 15 2014-08-28
  16. 16. From idea to reality Background; • political debate about third party access, • tough competition with alternatives, • need to optimise the investments, • getting closer customer relations 16 2014-08-28
  17. 17. Inauguration of pilot in Open District Heat Network - March 2013 17 2014-08-28
  18. 18. Open District Heat Network in the media 18 Techworld nr 10 2012 Techworld nr 9 2013 Energi & Miljö 130822 Mitt i 130910
  19. 19. Time schedule of Open District Heat Network • February 2012: project started • Mars 2013: inauguration of first pilot • Autumn 2013: tens of pilots in operation • 2013: develop the technical solutions and the economical models together with the pilots, • 2014: The launch to the total market 19 2014-08-28 FOTO: RAPHAEL CAMERON, VANITY STUDIOS
  20. 20. The business models in Open District Heat Network 20 2014-08-28
  21. 21. The offer and the basis for the business • Participation in the development of a new market for heating and cooling, • A market compensation for delivered surplus of energy, • The trading gives mutual benefits, • The businesses will contribute to more sustainable energy use, • Knowledge and experience will be shared 21 2014-08-28
  22. 22. Business models (pilot project) Three offers • Open spot market price on heating (”first-rate heating”): Purchase price depends on outdoor temperature as ”first-rate” district heating is delivered on feed lines. The supplier has an option on delivering and gets paid by delivery at the current price. • Open returned heating price (”second-rate heating”): Purchase price depends on outdoor temperature as ”second-rate” district heating is delivered on return lines. The supplier has an option on delivering and gets paid by delivery at the current price. • Open residual heating price (”residual heating”): Purchase price depends on delivery temperature during December-March when ”residual heat” is delivered on district cooling return lines. The supplier has an option on delivering and gets paid by delivery at the current price. 22 2014-08-28
  23. 23. We buy excess heat at market value 23 2014-08-28 BILD: BAHNHOF/THULE DATACENTER http://advantage-environment.com/video/open-district-heating/
  24. 24. We publish the price a day ahead – exemple of prices in pilot • Prima värme som levereras på fjärrvärme framledning • Energipris SEK/MWh sätts av Fortum senast kl 11.00 dagen före leverans baserat på Meteos prognos för Stockholm Utetemp (C) -13 -12 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 SEK/MWh 855 837 775 768 748 702 691 683 637 Utetemp (C) -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 SEK/MWh 623 579 484 403 346 299 249 243 214 Utetemp (C) 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 21 21+ SEK/MWh 206 192 173 158 138 131 115 83 2014-08-28 24
  25. 25. 25 2013-12-16 The Open District Heat network is one part of the development of the system approach in Stockholm Öppen fjärrvärme 1 TWh överskottsvärme kan tas tillvara i Stockholm – mot-svarar Fjärrkyla 156 GWh från fjärrkylanätet ger 220 GWh fjärrvärme – motsvarar uppvärmningen av 25 000 lägenheter. värme för Norrköpings 133 000 invånare under ett år. Värmetävling Sänker bostadsförening-ars energiförbrukning med 17 Gwh – motsvarar uppvärmningen av 1 950 lägenheter. Rökgaskondensering 710 GWh utvinns i Brista, Högdalen och Värtaverket – motsvarar 10 % av värmeproduk-tionen eller uppvärmning av 81 000 lägenheter. Biokraftvärmeverk 1,8 miljoner ton flis per år från Norden, Baltikum, och Ryssland varav 90 % med tåg och båt – sparar 20 000 ton koldioxid per år.
  26. 26. Thanks! 26 2014-08-28

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