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Dr. Andreas Poullikkas, Chairman, Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority

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Dr. Andreas Poullikkas, Chairman, Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority

  1. 1. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 Natural gas strategies for sustainable energy systems Dr. Andreas Poullikkas Ph.D, D.Tech, FIET Chairman, Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority apoullikkas@cera.org.cy 0
  2. 2. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 Contents • Future sustainable energy systems • Cyprus current electricity and NG systems – statistics • The role of natural gas – towards sustainable energy systems 1
  3. 3. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 Future sustainable energy systems Towards sustainability 2
  4. 4. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 • Climate change • Third energy revolution • Future energy economics Future energy systems 3
  5. 5. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 EU energy objectives • greenhouse gas reduction • sustainable production and consumption • competition in electricity and natural gas markets • security of supply 4
  6. 6. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 5 Current energy system
  7. 7. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 6 Future energy systems (optimistic scenario)
  8. 8. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 7 Future energy systems (optimistic scenario)
  9. 9. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 Today Tomorrow: CCS, RES, DG and hydrogen storage, smartgrids Plug in vehicles Source: EC, 2007 8 Future power systems
  10. 10. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 The Super Smart Grid after 2050* (may allow for 100% RES) 9
  11. 11. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 Cyprus current electricity and NG system Statistics 10
  12. 12. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 11 Existing power generation system • Steam turbine units (HFO) - Dhekelia power station 6x60MWe - Vasilikos power station 3x130MWe • Combined cycles (Diesel) - Vasilikos power station 2x220MWe • Gas turbine units (Diesel) - Moni power station 4x37,5MWe - Vasilikos power station 1x38MWe • Renewables - PVs 121MWe - Wind 157MWe - Biomass 13MWe
  13. 13. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 12 Distribution of RES-E
  14. 14. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 13 RES-E targets • Current RES-E penetration: ~9% - PVs 121MWe - Wind 157MWe - Biomass 13MWe • RES-E target for 2020: 16% - PVs 288MWe - CSP 50MWe or PVs 72MWe - Wind 175MWe - Biomass 15MWe • RES-E target for 2030: not yet
  15. 15. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 14 Existing natural gas system • Under development ! • For power generation as a start…
  16. 16. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 The role of natural gas Towards sustainable energy systems 15
  17. 17. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 16 Pathways to low emissions
  18. 18. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 Daily load curve (the ‘camel curve’)* 17 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 00:00 01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 23:00 Conventionalgeneration(MW) Time (h) * Poullikkas A., 2016, “From the ‘camel curve’ to the ‘duck curve’ on electric systems with increasing solar power”, Accountancy
  19. 19. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 00:00 01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 19:00 20:00 21:00 22:00 23:00 Conventional/PVgeneration(MW) Time (h) PV generation Conventional generation Effect of PV generation on load curve (the ‘duck curve’)* 18 * Poullikkas A., 2016, “From the ‘camel curve’ to the ‘duck curve’ on electric systems with increasing solar power”, Accountancy Need for storage and flexible technologies
  20. 20. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 Gas is a pillar of renewable energy (power production in UK*) 19 * H.V. Rogers, 2011, The Impact of Import Dependence and Wind Generation on UK Gas Demand and Security of Supply to 2025, The Oxford Institute For Energy Studies 2009 2025
  21. 21. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 Power-to-Gas (P2G) 20 • energy storage technology linking the electricity and gas infrastructure Output: hydrogen or synthetic methane Commercial deployment: used for absorbing curtailed renewable energy and acting as a balancing tool by electricity TSOs
  22. 22. Athens Energy Forum 2019: Athens, Greece, 28-29 January 2019 EU gas market target model 21 • The new uses for gas have different roles across the gas supply chain

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