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Sustainable Biofuels Update

  1. 1. green & clean The Goodwill Ambassador’s Cleantech Workshop, August 24th, 2011
  2. 2. Agenda, GWACTG Workshop, First Hotel Skt. Petri, Krystalgade 22, Copenhagen K, August 24th/ Wednesday, 2011 – 0900/1700• 0900 – 1 - Today’s Program & Opening Remarks – by Robert Arendal• 0910 – 2 - Welcome Speech by Marianna Lubanski, Business Development Director, CCC• 0930 – 3 - “Keynote Speech” by Kristian Moller, VP Danish Energy Agency• 0950 – 4 - “Greening of the transport sector – status & future” – by M. Lidegaard, Chairman CONCITO• 1020 – Coffee Break• 1050 – 5 – “Smart Energy” – by Ole Vestergaard, Director, SEAS Energy• 1110 – 6 – “Biomass from Agriculture for Biofuels & Biobased Products” – by Troels Y. Toftdahl, M&E• 1130 – 7 – “Sustainable Biofuels Update” – by Martin Porsgaard, Diretor Environment, SAS & SBN• 1150 – 8 - “EV’s and Home Energy” – by Martin Manniche,• 1210 – 9 - “From Smart Grid & Smart Cities – the Danish opportunity” – by Chris Ugilt Hansen• 1230 – 10- Round Table discussion on GWACTG project opportunities – Moderator Martin Manniche• 1300 – Lunch• 1410 – 11 - “Renewable Energy” – by Knud Pedersen, VP DONG ENERGY• 1430 – 12 - “National Branding for Danish Cleantech” – by Finn Mortensen, Klimakonsortiet• 1450 – 13- “Danish Cleantech Opportunities” – by Hans Peter Slente, Director DI Energy• 1510 – 14- “Cleantech conferences and Exhibitions” – by Sven Thy Christensen and Robert Arendal• 1530 – Coffee Break• 1550 – 15 – Panel discussion – “Moving Forward” – chaired by Mrs. Marianna Lubanski, CCC• 1630 – 16 - Conclusions and GWACTG Agenda for 2011 – by Robert Arendal• 1700 – End of meeting – # All speakers are welcome to participate in the entire meeting and attend the panel discussions. – 213-08-2011ra
  3. 3. Vive laDifference!
  4. 4. “La femme fatale” or “L’homme glorieux”
  5. 5. Different opinions! Right or Wrong! Is the global warming caused by humanity? “Is climate change a natural phenomena, caused by Sun spots, planet’s position etc!” Global warming and increased CO2 has occurred before! “Nature is forgiving!” Really, I do not have to worry!
  6. 6. OK! But what about pollution? Not to worry!
  7. 7. Pollution? It’s not me! It’s the other guy! Not to worry!
  8. 8. You see! It’s not me! Not to worry!The average 500 MW coal-fired plant produces approximately 3 million tons of CO2 emissions per year
  9. 9. “Anyhow, the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico will solve itself!” Not to worry!
  10. 10. Deep Sea drilling under the North Pole sea ice? No problem! Not to worry!
  11. 11. Melting ice, global warming, pollution, acid seas etc, it wont change the Gulf Steam! Not to worry!
  12. 12. Anyhow, volcanoes cause the GHG emissions; Not to worry!(Volcanoes emits 195 to 255 million short tons of SO2/CO2 every year,but is still less than 1% (one) of the total CO2 emitted from humanactivities.)
  13. 13. 45% remains in the atmosphere!Not to worry? 2008
  14. 14. 30% 25% < 1%
  15. 15. However, since thousand of years while life on earthstarted to develop, CO2 fluctuated between 200 and275ppm, but never as high as it’s now - and evenworst, foreseen to climb!
  16. 16. 385ppm 350ppm275ppm
  17. 17. The higher the global temperatures increase, the worst it gets for the planet.
  18. 18. Number of Hot Days and Heavy Rainfall Days
  19. 19. World Population Growth Scenarios – three possibilities!“Just” 3, 5 or 7 billion additional mouths to feed! Not to worry!
  20. 20. Hey – give me a break!Stop the bad news; please, lets talk about the good news!
  21. 21. What’s needed!WIND5.8TW (51% of supply)3.8M Wind Turbines(5MW each - 1% in place)720T Wave Converters(0.75MW each – 1% in place)SOLAR4.6TW (40% of supply)1.8M Rooftop PV’s(0.003MW each – 1% in place)48T Solar Power Plants(300MW each – 1% in place)40T PV Power Plants(300MW each – 1% in place)WATER1.1TW (9% of supply)490T Tidal Turbines(1MW each – 1% in place)5,350 GeoThermal plants(100MW each – 2% in place)900 Hydroelectric plants(1300MW each – 70% in place)
  22. 22. The steps into the future Roadmap of Energy! Renewable Installations required Worldwide in 2030 (BAU = 16.9TW) Renewables = 11.5TW• Water – 1.1TW/ 9% of supply; – 490,000 Tidal Turbines/ 1MW* (1% in place) – 5,350 Geothermal plants/ 100MW* (2% in place) – 900 Hydroelectric plants/ 1300MW* (70% in place)• Wind -- 5.8TW/ 51% of supply; – 3,800,000 Wind Turbines/ 5MW* (1% in place) – 720,000 Wave Converters/ 0.75MW* (1% in place) [wind drives waves]• Solar -- 4.6TW/ 40% of supply; – 1,700,000,000 Rooftop PV units/).003MW (1% in place) – 49,000 Solar Power Plants/300MW (1% in place) – 40,000 PV Power Plants/300MW (1% in place) – This covers the majority of the world’s energy requirements, but others such as biofuels, fuel cells and new technology sources are also needed.
  23. 23. The good scenario• Over time, we must replace all use of fossil fuels (oil, coal and gas) with sustainable and renewable energy and product sources; – All terrestrial power generation must be based on power from Windmills, Wave converters, Hydro Power plants, Solar farms, Solar cells, Geothermal energy sources and other sustainable and non-polluting resources. – Convert all terrestrial transportation to electrical vehicles except maybe Heavy Road Transportation (HRT). – Convert world shipping to sustainable/renewable energy sources such as fuel-cells, biofuel and/or other sources with low or zero CO2/GHG emissions. – Convert all aviation’s requirements from fossil Jet-Kerosene to biofuel with low or zero CO2/GHG emissions. – So how do we do that – and is it feasible with today’s technology and world economies?
  24. 24. Well, that’s exactly the subject of today’s workshop;Energy Strategy 2050 is a Danish version of global vision. Can we do it! How do we do it! Local versus Global action! What does it cost? - and many other questions.
  25. 25. Cleantech;Made in Denmark – for the world!
  26. 26. green & cleanplanet with technology.A GWA initiative and trademark.GWA is a division of CopCap & Woco. Thank You
  27. 27. Agenda, GWACTG Workshop, First Hotel Skt. Petri, Krystalgade 22, Copenhagen K, August 24th/ Wednesday, 2011 – 0900/1700• 0900 – 1 - Today’s Program & Opening Remarks – by Robert Arendal• 0910 – 2 - Welcome Speech by Marianna Lubanski, Business Development Director, CCC• 0930 – 3 - “Keynote Speech” by Kristian Moller, VP Danish Energy Agency• 0950 – 4 - “Greening of the transport sector – status & future” – by M. Lidegaard, Chairman CONCITO• 1020 – Coffee Break• 1050 – 5 – “Smart Energy” – by Ole Vestergaard, Director, SEAS Energy• 1110 – 6 – “Biomass from Agriculture for Biofuels & Biobased Products” – by Troels Y. Toftdahl, M&E• 1130 – 7 – “Sustainable Biofuels Update” – by Martin Porsgaard, Diretor Environment, SAS & SBN• 1150 – 8 - “EV’s and Home Energy” – by Martin Manniche,• 1210 – 9 - “From Smart Grid & Smart Cities – the Danish opportunity” – by Chris Ugilt Hansen• 1230 – 10- Round Table discussion on GWACTG project opportunities – Moderator Martin Manniche• 1300 – Lunch• 1410 – 11 - “Renewable Energy” – by Knud Pedersen, VP DONG ENERGY• 1430 – 12 - “National Branding for Danish Cleantech” – by Finn Mortensen, Klimakonsortiet• 1450 – 13- “Danish Cleantech Opportunities” – by Hans Peter Slente, Director DI Energy• 1510 – 14- “Cleantech conferences and Exhibitions” – by Sven Thy Christensen and Robert Arendal• 1530 – Coffee Break• 1550 – 15 – Panel discussion – “Moving Forward” – chaired by Mrs. Marianna Lubanski, CCC• 1630 – 16 - Conclusions and GWACTG Agenda for 2011 – by Robert Arendal• 1700 – End of meeting – # All speakers are welcome to participate in the entire meeting and attend the panel discussions. – 213-08-2011ra

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