Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy – Gdańsk (26.10.2012) – Introduction by Andrzej Tonderski and Agnieszka Miszewska

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The presentation „Introduction to offshore wind energy in Poland” by Andrzej Tonderski and Agnieszka Miszewska from POMCERT was given during 'Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy' which was held on 26 October 2012 in Gdańsk.

The event was organized by two partners of the SB OFF.E.R (South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions) Project part-financed by the EU (European Regional Development Fund): POMCERT from Poland and DTU Wind Energy from Denmark.

All presentations given during this event are:

Introduction to offshore wind energy in Poland, Andrzej Tonderski, POMCERT
Offshore wind power meteorology, Alfredo Peña, DTU Wind Energy
Technology status, outlook and economics, Peggy Friis, DTU Wind Energy
Design and construction of OWF, Witold Skrzypiński, DTU Wind Energy
Environmental impact assessment, Peggy Friis, DTU Wind Energy
Legal aspects and outlook for Poland. Grid connection, Mariusz Witoński, PTMEW

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Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy – Gdańsk (26.10.2012) – Introduction by Andrzej Tonderski and Agnieszka Miszewska

  1. 1. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY
  2. 2. The presentation „Introduction to offshore wind energy in Poland” by Andrzej Tonderski and Agnieszka Miszewska from POMCERT was given during Crash Course on Offshore Wind Energy which was held on 26 October 2012 in Gdańsk. The event was organized by two partners of the SB OFF.E.R (South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions) Projectpart-financed by the EU (European Regional Development Fund): POMCERT from Poland and DTU Wind Energy from Denmark.
  3. 3. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Dr inż. Andrzej Tonderski Mgr inż. Agnieszka Miszewska Introduction to offshore wind energy in Poland
  4. 4. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Agenda• 9:00 – 9:15 Introduction to offshore wind energy in Poland, Andrzej Tonderski• 9:15 – 10:15 Offshore wind resources, overview, Alfredo Pena, DTU Wind Energy• 10.15 – 10:45 Przerwa kawowa• 10:45 – 12:00 Technology status, outlook and economics, Peggy Friis, DTU WE• 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch• 13:00 – 14:00 Design and construction of OWF, Witold Skrzypiński, DTU WE• 14:00 – 15:00 Spatial planning of OWE and models for support, Andrzej Tonderski,• 15:00 – 15:15 Przerwa kawowa• 15:15 – 16:00 Environmental impact assessment, Peggy Friis, DTU Wind Energy• 16:00 – 16:30 Legal aspects and outlook for Poland. Mariusz Witoński, PTMEW• 16:30 Award of certificates Andrzej Tonderski, POMCERT
  5. 5. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY SB OFF.E.R South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions 5
  6. 6. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY SB OFF.E.R - ACTIVITIES South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions• communication and dissemination• establishing OWE in the South Baltic• cross-border OWE business development• skills and recruitment 6
  7. 7. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Educative model South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions 7
  8. 8. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Knowledge Toolbox South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions 8
  9. 9. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Final Publication South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions 9
  10. 10. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Polish OWE blog www.sbpoffer.wordpress.com 10
  11. 11. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Offshore business Source: http://clustermap. southbaltic- offshore.eu/ 11
  12. 12. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Offshore business Source: http://clustermap.southbaltic-offshore.eu/ 12
  13. 13. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY 13
  14. 14. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY OWE - benefits• energy security,• support of internal energy market,• climate change mitigation,• technological leadership,• regional development, new workplaces,• development of maritime activities. 14
  15. 15. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY OWE – EUROPEAN TRENDS Installed power [MW]First offshore windfarm (Denmark) Source: EWEA, The European offshore wind industry key 2011 trends and statistics, 2012. 15
  16. 16. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Potential of Poland• Long coastline• Significant area of territorial sea and exclusive economic zone• Good wind conditions = one of best technical potentials for development of offshore wind energy on the Baltic Sea 16
  17. 17. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Future in Poland Ławica Ławica Słupska Środkowa 22 places, 50 places, 501.61 km21079.64 km2 Ławica ŻarnowiecOdrzańska 12 places, 25 places, 284.22 km2637.98 km2 Map of potential areas designated for localization of wind farms in the exclusive economic zone. Source: www.transport.gov.pl. 17
  18. 18. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Potential of Poland• Total area where offshsore wind farms may be located is 3590 km2. Technical potential is about 35 GW. Taking into consideration economic conditions: 20 GW. It is almost 10 times more than all operational inland wind farms in Poland. More than 60 request has been made to the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Maritime Economy as for defining locations for development of artificial islands where offshore wind farms can be erected. 18
  19. 19. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Offshore business Heavy Lift Jack Up Vessel Innovation designated to build and maintain offshore wind farms, constructed by the shipyard Crist in Gdynia Prognosis: 150-170 thousand workplaces in whole Europe. Even 9 thousand new workplaces in Poland by 2025. 19
  20. 20. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGYConditions for employing potential of offshore wind power and maritime industry? 20
  21. 21. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY POLITICSTo pass the RES act by the end of 2012 with the support system whichguarantees competitional, stable and effective support system.To amend the Energy Policy of Poland by 2013 and the National Action Planby introducing a timetable and tools for development of offshore wind energy as animportant part of polish energy mix in the perspective of 2020-2030.To create an earmarked fund for development of maritime and energyindustry which will be financed by incomes from location permits fees and whichwill support development of shipyards, harbours and electroenergeticinfrastructure on the sea.To held realization of first pilot project of OWF of power around 200 MW under Szkolenipatronage of government and local government in case of elaboration of such aproject by a group of investors who are representative for national market.
  22. 22. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY INFRASTRACTURETo indicate connection capabilities of OWF in te perspective by 2030 andthe range of indispensable investments in creation of inland and offshoretransmission infrastructure, balancing sources, transborder connections.To elaborate timetable and cost estimate of next offshore wind farms whichalready have location permits.To amend the Act on Marine Zones of RP in the scope of maintaining validity oflocation permits for projects, which are expecting conditions for connection,according to timetable elaborated by the Operator.To prepare a project of marine electroenergetic systems construction andto create conditions to gain EU funds for its realization as well as privatefinancing by public-private partnership. SzkoleniTo elaborate a programaof polish shipyards and harbours modernization inorder to organize a logistic and production background for baltic OWE market.
  23. 23. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY ENVIRONMENTTo activize the national program of marine environment research which is tobe realized alltogether by investors and national insitutions, which aim is to gainreliable and verificable data about marine environment and environmentalimpact of OWFs.To elaborate standards of procedures for environmental impact assessmentof OWFs.To elaborate a spatial concept and to approve localization corridors forOWF connection infrastructure inshore and offshore. Szkoleni a
  24. 24. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CONCLUDING REMARKS 24
  25. 25. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CONCLUDING REMARKS• Offshore wind resources, overview, Alfredo Pena, DTU Wind Energy – Offshore wind resource • The Horns Rev I example • NORSEWInD project – Wind power estimations – Wakes – Satellite winds – Numerical weather prediction models
  26. 26. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CONCLUDING REMARKS• Technology status, outlook and economics, Peggy Friis, DTU WE – DTU Wind Energy – Increasing dimension of blades; – Offshore wind technology overview – Elements of project development – Offshore wind energy planning
  27. 27. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CONCLUDING REMARKS• Design and construction of OWF, Witold Skrzypiński, DTU WE – Design Standards (IEC, Wind turbine classes, Design load cases, BEM codes) – Wind turbine layout within a farm – Foundations (Factors to consider, Water depth levels, Types) – High-altitude wind-energy
  28. 28. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CONCLUDING REMARKS• Environmental impact assessment, Peggy Friis, DTU Wind Energy – Introduction to offshore Environmental issues – The Danish offshore monitoring program – Key results from the program – Follow up 2009-2012
  29. 29. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CONCLUDING REMARKS• Legal aspects and outlook for Poland. Mariusz Witoński, PTMEW –
  30. 30. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS 30
  31. 31. October 26, 2012 – GDAŃSK - CRASH COURSE on OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY Wind Energy Life Cycle ServicesVII. IN-SERVICE● Operational Data Management I. CONCEPTUAL PHASE (Wind Speed, Turbulence, Wake, Power Performance)● Maintenance Management ● Technical Due Diligence (Energy Yield,● Mechanical Integrity Management Systems (MMS) Permits, Technology Grid)● Inspection Planning including RBI ● Consultancy and Project Management (Wind Turbines and Foundations)● Gear Box Condition Monitoring and Inspections● Rotor Blade Condition Monitoring and Inspections● Coating and Corrosion Protection Monitoring● End of Warranty — Consultancy and Inspections● HSE Consultancy II. DESIGN BASIS & SITE ASSESSMENTSVI. COMMISSIONING ● Owner’s Representative ● Tender Support and Consultancy● Monitoring and Supervision ● Project Management● Functional Safety and Safety Tests● Commissioning Supervision● HSE ConsultancyV. INSTALLATION III. SITE SPECIFIC DESIGN: WIND TURBINE & FOUNDATION● Monitoring and Supervision● HSE ● Owner’s Representative● Project Management ● Technical Consultancy ● HSE Design and ConsultancyIV. MANUFACTURING ● Project Management● Manufacturing Quality Audits● Supervision● HSE● Project Management

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