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SET/WP1: Smart
Energy Finland 2030
Mikko Jalas, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and
Architecture
1
SET asiantuntijatyöskentely keväällä 2016:
2
Workshop
060616
Summing
up the
pieces:
Technology
outlook
2030
Phase 4
Face-t...
Vastaajien taustatiedot – 1. kierros:
3
Vastaajien taustatiedot – 2. kierros:
4
WP1 output
• Background material for the Delphi survey
• Reports of answers to survey questions
• Background papers to the...
6
7
8
Buildings
• Two-way electricity and heat networks. Heat
pumps and solar heat.
• Solar panels and collectors not only on ...
• District heat (as voluntary?)
• Heat storages and heat pumps for demand
response and seasonal storage
• Waste-water heat...
10
Region
• Municipal and regional energy targets and green
growth visions. Public procurement. Regional RE-
share require...
• Nordic electricity market and transmission lines,
low electricity price not a competitive asset
• Storage capacity – hyd...
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Mikko Jalas - Smart Energy Transition - Smart Energy Finland 2030 - Aalto University - School of Arts, Design and Architecture - Lappeenranta University of Technology - 27.1.2017 - Research Seminar - Strategic Research

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Mikko Jalas - Smart Energy Transition - Smart Energy Finland 2030 - Aalto University - School of Arts, Design and Architecture - Lappeenranta University of Technology - 27.1.2017 - Research Seminar - Strategic Research

  1. 1. SET/WP1: Smart Energy Finland 2030 Mikko Jalas, Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture 1
  2. 2. SET asiantuntijatyöskentely keväällä 2016: 2 Workshop 060616 Summing up the pieces: Technology outlook 2030 Phase 4 Face-to-face Phase 4 Summary
  3. 3. Vastaajien taustatiedot – 1. kierros: 3
  4. 4. Vastaajien taustatiedot – 2. kierros: 4
  5. 5. WP1 output • Background material for the Delphi survey • Reports of answers to survey questions • Background papers to the workshop 060616 • Summary papers combining Delphi and workshop results as well as selected material on international technology development • Assessment of results • In respect to other relevant Finnish scenarios • In respect to global megatrends 5 Flicker /Jose Mesa
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  8. 8. 8 Buildings • Two-way electricity and heat networks. Heat pumps and solar heat. • Solar panels and collectors not only on rooftops. Rotating panels? • Demand response: Great interest, high tech & automation, service and personal profiles in DR systems. Real-time DR. SMS DR. DR as virtual battery. • Home based living & biofuel heating • EV and biogas/methane powered vehicles • Certification of skilled low-energy house builders. Demolition & prefabrication & rapid construction. Ongoing maintenance work. • EPBD certificate is remodeled to DR/ hourly based • Overheat and hot in summer, no snow in winter?
  9. 9. • District heat (as voluntary?) • Heat storages and heat pumps for demand response and seasonal storage • Waste-water heat recovery • Org. waste and sewage into biogas and micro CHP. • Overlapping commercial and community networks • LEDs and increases in lighted areas. Rebound in general (e.g. outdoor pools). • PV’s is used to attract cars. EV charging in commercial and work environments • Co-operatives in wind power production and demand response markets • City plans for energy solutions & power limits for properties 9 Block, district or village
  10. 10. 10 Region • Municipal and regional energy targets and green growth visions. Public procurement. Regional RE- share requirements. • Positive cash flow for the public sector • Peak-load as regional issue. Energy security. Priority. • Urban transition: in high-price housing stock. Urban EV. • Energy poverty. Low service in rural areas. Price caps. • Energy transition might counter urbanization. • Forest biomass logistics for CHP • Coal-power plants and landfills as sites for wind / PV • Wind power technology ≠ massive three-blade turbines
  11. 11. • Nordic electricity market and transmission lines, low electricity price not a competitive asset • Storage capacity – hydro / pump • Wind turbines along the main road network, turbines halted for summertime in recr. areas. • Biofuels in peak loads • Taxing of PV capacity or PV production • Fixed electricity prices will be banned (c.f. alcohol pricing). ‘Poor quality electricity’ as a product. • Consolidation of industries, large efficient units • Service availability across country (EV, biogas?) • Standardization of equipment and data formats • Data availability vs privacy 11 Country / State
  12. 12. www.smartenergytransition.fiwww.smartenergytransition.fi Thank You!

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