Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland

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Agder Energi - Flexibility from Norwegian Hydro Power to Germany - Øyvind Stakkeland

  1. 1. Flexibility from Norwegian Hydropower to Germany German Norwegian Energy Forum - October 24th 2013 Øyvind Stakkeland, Director Regulatory Affairs
  2. 2. Agder Energi Major hydropower producer in Norway Annual production: 7,800 GWh 6% of total Norwegian production 1,700 MW installed capacity 47 power stations Experience in interconnector projects: NorGer and NorthConnect Partner in CEDREN (Centre for Environmental Design of Renewable Energy)
  3. 3. The Agder Region
  4. 4. Power Stations Tonstad – 960 MW Brokke – 330 MW Skjerka – 110 MW Holen – 230 MW
  5. 5. Flexibility Needed in German Power System Intermittent energy increasing How to provide flexibility? Source: Agora
  6. 6. Flexibility sources Flexible production BASF, Ludwigshafen am Rhein - Image courtesy of BASF Demand Side Management Energy Storage Interconnectors
  7. 7. Norwegian Power System 30,000 MW – 96 % Hydropower Hundreds of large reservoirs Holds 50 % of European hydro reservoirs 1,400 MW interconnector to Norway-Germany 2018
  8. 8. Indirect Storage Norway Generation Demand Source: Statnett Export Import 5,300 MW of balancing
  9. 9. Tyin CEDREN Case Study 2030 Aurland Potential: 20,000 MW Hol Sima Nore Mauranger/Oksla/Tysso Tinnsjø Shetland Kvilldal Jøsenf jorden Orknøyene Holen Lysebotn Tonstad
  10. 10. Flexibility to Europe within 2030? 10,000 MW new interconnector capacity England Scotland Some interconnectors in combination with pump capacity England Scotland Interconnection with several countries
  11. 11. Physical Market Access Grid capacity Norway Pump storage? Interconnector capacity
  12. 12. Regulatory Challenges Economy Capacity mechanisms Balancing markets Social acceptance
  13. 13. Political Channel Norwegian White Paper – international perspectives Economically profitable interconnectors should be built No interconnector ownership restrictions Offentlig ISBN nr. 978-82-93150-12-1 FORNYBARUTBYGGING OG MELLOMLANDSFORBINDELSER MOT 2020 Mars 2012 THEMA Rapport 2012-05 Oppdragsgivere: BKK, Lyse Energi, Agder Energi, Statkraft og Vattenfall
  14. 14. Market Channel Market design that reveals flexibility value Access to German balancing markets Experience from DK4 (Norway-Denmark) Access to German capacity markets Primary control Secondary control Hourly Intraday markets reserve Tertiary control 30 s 5 min 15 min TSO reserve contracts 1 hour >1-2 hours Activation / duration Participant-to participant trading
  15. 15. Physical Channel Two Interconnectors Norway - Germany NORD.LINK Interconnector and pump storage Business models promoting investments Long term contracts
  16. 16. www.ae.no oyvind.stakkeland@ae.no

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