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_ Mr., Dr. Francesco REDA D.Sc. (Tech.) @frFrancescoReda
Clean district heating best practices
from Finland and pilots aro...
Main drivers
and motivation
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 2
Climate Change
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 3
More Renewable Energy Needed to Avoid Catastrophic Climate Change
htt...
Climate Change: European Union
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 4
• The 2015 Paris Agreement (COP 21)
• The Energy Unio...
nearlyZEB:
problem solved?!
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 5
nZEB Definition
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 6
Directive 2010/31/EU(1) defines a nearly ZEB (nZEB) as ‘a building (...
Definition: National nZEB thresholds
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 7
0
50
100
150
200
250
Belgium-…
Belgium-…
Bulgar...
Beyond individual building
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 8
The January
Effect exists not
only in Finland
Bits and pieces of
pilots around the
word
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 9
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 10
Towards Free Carbon district,
Crailsheim, Germany
260 buildings, solar fraction 51%...
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 11
Towards Free Carbon district,
Crailsheim, Germany
1500 households, 100% renewable w...
SET
carbon-free
district vision
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 12
Beyond buildings as individual entity
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 13
Physical boundaries/same area)
Exchange energ...
SET carbon-free district vision
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 14
Solar heat
collectors
Electrical
storage
Wind
turbi...
Best Practices
from Finland
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 15
https://www.fortum.fi/media/2018/03/fortum-avaa-ensimmaisena-suomessa-
kaukolampoverkkonsa-kaikille-puhtaan-energian?utm_c...
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 17
Towards Free Carbon district,
Helsinki case
planning a heat storage facility
of gig...
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 18
Towards Free Carbon district,
Helsinki case
Procurement will start in the
spring an...
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 19
Towards Free Carbon district,
Helsinki case
Procurement will start in the spring an...
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 20
• Heat distribution between the buildings on site
• Solar thermal plant (70 kW nomi...
+eDistrict, Oulu case
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 21
Local District heating
network T +35 / +65 °C
Old residential...
Conclusions
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 22
Conclusions
27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 23
• Energy transaction between buildings
• Adopting energy seasonal energ...
Let the
continue!
_ Mr., Dr. Francesco REDA
D.Sc. (Tech.) @frFrancescoReda
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Francesco Reda - Clean district heating best practices from Finland and pilots around the world - 28.11.2018 - Smart Energy Transition - VTT - Aalto University - Media Event

  1. 1. _ Mr., Dr. Francesco REDA D.Sc. (Tech.) @frFrancescoReda Clean district heating best practices from Finland and pilots around the world. How smart buildings and districts’ interaction can marry fossil free district heating and cooling networks?
  2. 2. Main drivers and motivation 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 2
  3. 3. Climate Change 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 3 More Renewable Energy Needed to Avoid Catastrophic Climate Change https://www.irena.org/newsroom/pressreleases/2014/Apr/More-Renewable-Energy-Needed-to-Avoid-Catastrophic-Climate-Change 15 April 2014 limiting global warming to 1.5°C would require “rapid and far-reaching” transitions in land, energy, industry, buildings, transport, and cities. http://www.ipcc.ch/report/sr15/ October 2018 shifting “normals” driven by climate change mean that extreme heat events, water scarcity and increased cooling demand will only become more severe and/or frequent over time. https://www.iea.org/newsroom/news/2018/august/commentary-the-energy-sector-is-feeling-the-heat.html August 2018 Picture: https://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/80wu8l/the_arctic_100_years_ago_and_today/
  4. 4. Climate Change: European Union 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 4 • The 2015 Paris Agreement (COP 21) • The Energy Union and the Energy and Climate Policy Framework for 2030: reduce greenhouse gas emissions further by at least 40 % • European Climate Change Programme: developing a sustainable, competitive, secure and decarbonised energy system by 2050. Member States decarbonising the building stock, responsible for 36 % of all CO2 emissions in the Union
  5. 5. nearlyZEB: problem solved?! 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 5
  6. 6. nZEB Definition 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 6 Directive 2010/31/EU(1) defines a nearly ZEB (nZEB) as ‘a building (residential, office, civil) that has a very high energy performance. The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required should be covered to a very significant extent by energy from renewable sources, including energy from renewable sources produced on-site or nearby’. (1) EU Commission, Directive 2010/31/EU of the European Parliament, (2010) 23. http://eur- lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32010L0031&from=EN. Directive requires all new buildings to be nZEB by the end of 2020 and all new public buildings to be nearly zero by 2018. The Member States must integrate nZEBs in their national plans EPBD, metric to quantify energy use in an nZEB is primary energy expressed in kWh/m2
  7. 7. Definition: National nZEB thresholds 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 7 0 50 100 150 200 250 Belgium-… Belgium-… Bulgaria* Croatia Cyprus CzechRepublic Denmark Estonia France Finland-South Hungary* Ireland Latvia Malta* Norway* Poland* Romania Slovakia Slovenia* Sweden* UK(England) nZEBprimaryenergy threshold(kWh/m2) Average PE Target
  8. 8. Beyond individual building 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 8 The January Effect exists not only in Finland
  9. 9. Bits and pieces of pilots around the word 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 9
  10. 10. 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 10 Towards Free Carbon district, Crailsheim, Germany 260 buildings, solar fraction 51% REFERENCE / SOURCE: http://www.bine.info/en/publications/publikation/sonnenenergie-in-der-erde-speichern/
  11. 11. 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 11 Towards Free Carbon district, Crailsheim, Germany 1500 households, 100% renewable with 35% solar fraction REFERENCE / SOURCE: http://sunstore4.eu
  12. 12. SET carbon-free district vision 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 12
  13. 13. Beyond buildings as individual entity 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 13 Physical boundaries/same area) Exchange energy between buildings and grid – no pollutant in the area! Healthy lifestyle and attractive place to live RES far from the distrcit Biomass plants (CHP/Heating) Solar, Wind – part of this energy contribute to the energy supply of the district – VirtualPowerPlant • Smart Urban network manage energy consumption and the energy flow between buildings and the wider energy system • Hyper-connected buildings able to share energy between them
  14. 14. SET carbon-free district vision 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 14 Solar heat collectors Electrical storage Wind turbines District heating network Industrial heat pump Old residential buildings with solar PV, electric vehicles, heat pumps and hot water storage tanks New residential buildings with solar PV, electric vehicles and hot water storage tanks Office buildings, data centers etc. with solar PV, electric vehicles, heat pumps and boreholes Bio fuelled combined heat & power CHP (back-up power) District cooling network Heat storage School with solar PV
  15. 15. Best Practices from Finland 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 15
  16. 16. https://www.fortum.fi/media/2018/03/fortum-avaa-ensimmaisena-suomessa- kaukolampoverkkonsa-kaikille-puhtaan-energian?utm_campaign=jorma Open district heating approach 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 16 Towards Free Carbon district, Espoo case
  17. 17. 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 17 Towards Free Carbon district, Helsinki case planning a heat storage facility of gigantic seasonal storage in the old rock caverns Facts: • 300,000 m3 • 50 metres below sea level. Kruunuvuori seasonal storage https://www.helen.fi/en/news/2018/Seasonal-energy-storage-facility-is-planned-for-the- Kruunuvuorenranta-rock-caverns/
  18. 18. 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 18 Towards Free Carbon district, Helsinki case Procurement will start in the spring and construction work will begin in early 2019. Possible completion date 2021 Facts: • 260,000 m3 • Energy stored is 11.6 GWh. • charging/discharging capacity 120 MW (sufficient for about four days). Mustikkamaa seasonal storage https://www.helen.fi/en/news/2018/Gigantic-cavern-heat-storage-facility-to-be-implemented-in- Mustikkamaa/
  19. 19. 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 19 Towards Free Carbon district, Helsinki case Procurement will start in the spring and construction work will begin in early 2019. Possible completion date 2021 Facts: • 25,000 m3 cooling storage • 2 x 11 MW of heat and 2 x 7.5 MW of cooling • In addition to Katri Vala heating and cooling 100 MW, cooling 65 MW Esplanade Park Heat pump https://www.helen.fi/en/news/2018/Sinnem%C3%A4ki-inaugurates-underground-heating-and- cooling-plant/
  20. 20. 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 20 • Heat distribution between the buildings on site • Solar thermal plant (70 kW nominal output) on the roof of the school building • High efficiency - Heat pump • Retrofitting old building. Low temperature distribution • Decentralized PV • Energy storages (wells, PCM tank) • Heat recovery from buildings and return pipe main District-heating +eDistrict, Oulu case
  21. 21. +eDistrict, Oulu case 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 21 Local District heating network T +35 / +65 °C Old residential buildings/retrofitted with solar PV, EVs, heat pumps and hot water storage tanks New Sivakka residential buildings with solar PV and EVs Commercial Building Arina with solar PV and heat recovery District cooling network School building with CO2 Solar Collectors Energy storage, ground well + heat pump PCM tank PCM tank High efficiency - heat pump 250 kW nominal output Heat recovery from City District Heating return pipe +eDistrict shares decentralized RES optimizing Space in the built-environment Synergies between building types through a district energy infrastructure Energy storages for daily and seasonal mismatches Power to heat technologies: increase RES usage, balancing electrical market (Energy storage to grid applications)
  22. 22. Conclusions 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 22
  23. 23. Conclusions 27.11.2018 VTT – beyond the obvious 23 • Energy transaction between buildings • Adopting energy seasonal energy storages • Right operations managing energy consumption and the energy flow between buildings and the wider energy system • Political commitment & Local Innovation ecosystem How smart buildings and districts interaction can marry the to fossil free district heating and cooling networks?
  24. 24. Let the continue! _ Mr., Dr. Francesco REDA D.Sc. (Tech.) @frFrancescoReda

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