LIEPĀJAS PILSĒTAS DOME SOLAR PARKS & PV INDUSTRY: BEST PRACTICE OF INDUSTRIAL SCALE PROJECTS Project: Solar Think Tank Liepaja, LatviaSpeaker:Dr. Robertas UrbanaviciusVGTU
“SOLAR PARKS & PV INDUSTRY: BEST PRACTICE OF INDUSTRIAL SCALE PROJECTS”Agenda:∗DEN, LTU – solar thermal district heating∗GER – Technology and Innovation park in Adlershof∗LTU – solar parks, PV industry, PV Hybrid applications
MARSTAL DISTRICT HEATING PARKThe worlds largest solar heating plant is built in Marstal.∗Annual production 8.824 MWh and 492 kWh/m² (2005).∗Connected to 1,250 households (3,000 inhabitants)Facts:∗Net area (operative): 17,109 m²∗Number of solar collectors: 1,360∗Storage capacity: 10,000 m³∗Calculated peak capacity: 13.5 MW∗Expected share of production at power station: 30%
DENMARK / ST / RESIDENTIAL ∗ Net area: 50-150 m2 ∗ Number of ST collectors:4-12 ∗ Calculated peak capacity: 3-11 kWp
LTU / CENTRAL SOLAR HEATING PLANTS (CSHPS) ∗ Solar thermal power plant in Dukstas. ∗ Rated power: 57,45 kWp. ∗ Net Area: 82 m2
LTU / CENTRAL SOLAR HEATING PLANTS (CSHPS) Biggest solar thermal power plant in Lithuanian Republic ∗installed in Kruonis Hydro accumulation power plant. ∗Year of installation: 2011 July. ∗Installer: JSC „Terma”. ∗Net Area: 106 m2
GERMANY / PV∗ Germany - worlds top photovoltaics (PV) installer 40 MWp 550’000 CdTe PV modules (FirstSolar)∗ Total Solar PV capacity - 18,000 Waldpolenz Solar Park (Military air base) 130 million euro megawatts (MW) May, 2011 220 hectares∗ Installed 7,400 MWp in 2010∗ Solar PV provided 12 TWh (billion kilowatt-hours) of electricity in 2010, about 2% of total electricity.∗ More than 100 000 working places in sector∗ Expectations: 25 percent by 2050 (!).(2011- PV Feed In Tariff (FIT) ~0,18EUR/kWh)
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARK BERLIN-ADLERSHOF∗ Largest science park in Germany∗ Around 20 innovative solar companies (Calisolar // Global Solar // Institute of Equipment Construction (ifg) // Sentech Instruments // Solon AG // Sulfurcell // Roth & RAU // )∗ Thin Film, CIS, CIGS∗ In 2010 the turnover was more than 1 Billion Euros.∗ In 2011 the new Center for Photovoltaic (ZPV) will be opening, with 8,000 m² of laboratory, hall and office space.
LTU / PV INDUSTRYJSC “PrecizikaSC-MET” - Industrial PVLaboratoryFacts:∗Established on 9th of June 2008;∗Member of Lithuanian Photovoltaic Technology andBusiness Association, European Photovoltaic IndustryAssociation (EPIA);∗Industrial PV Laboratory in Vilnius;∗Laboratory’s area is 1000 m2, 300 m2 of which - cleanrooms;∗The laboratory’s staff- about 20 permanent employees.
LTU / PV INDUSTRYPrecizika MG AB∗First in Baltic States PV factory(poly-Si)∗PV modules assembly line (upto 2400 cell per hour)∗Planning to install 120kWp testPV plant
LTU / PV INDUSTRYBOD Research Centre for Solar CellTechnology∗BOD Group companies startedconstruction operations of 10 000 m2area scientific research andexperimental development centre ofsolar cells in Visoriai InformationTechnology Park (VITP).∗By 2012, total investments in thisproject will amount to LTL 150 million(~44mEUR; ~30mLVL).
LTU / PV INDUSTRYBOD GROUP∗ Manufacture of poly-Si cells∗ Turnover – up to 415 mLTL by 2015∗ Export – up to 95%∗ ~160 new working places
LTU / PV INDUSTRYVIA SOLIS∗PV module assembly factoryin Visoriai InformationTechnology Park (VITP).∗Investments into the factorywill reach EUR 44 million by2012
LTU / PV INDUSTRY∗ Forecast for year 2016-2018 – LTU PV Industry should generate up to 1,6 bLTL (!) turnover∗ 500 new working places∗ PV generation for year 2020 – 10,35 TWh∗ Position of Klaipeda region in this game?