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  • 19% will include geothermal ground source heat pumps for domestic use that has been growing (everything is included) 16.7 (commissioning of CSP plants etc)
  • Considering all electric capacity that was added worldwide in 2012,renewables made up almost 50 %. Renewables have accounted for an ever-growing share of electric capacity added each year. By the end of 2012, renewables comprised more than 26% of total global power generating capacity (estimated at [280GW]). They supplied an estimated [21.7]% of global electricity, with [16.5]% of total electricity provided by hydropower.
  • Just in the EU almost 100% new addition
  • Wind powerhas been growing by twenty five to thirty percent annually for the last seven eight years and we are up to about 283GW Record year for US installations and a slower year for China. What we see in the US is really due to the expiration of the policy in 2011 and the realization of investments made at the end of that year … when there were still a lot of = we don’t necessarily see it continuing in coming years Also in wind in Asia being the global lead, followed by North America A lot of the growth in the last five six years has been in china we've seen a huge explosion of the wind power market in china from virtually nothing in 2005 - yet today a Chinese the global leader in wind power and they became that in just the last six or seven years from virtually nothing – important message.
  • Annual growth rate - Rapid increase –even before 1 MW /panel cost – 2011 everyone thought that was going to be it but we see they fell again by another 30% - so we see that as the market evolves the prices drop down which of course makes the technology accessibly to more and more players in the developing countriesMost cost is actually due to not the actual technology but assembly /installations etc human capacity/knowledge/expertise upstream and downstreamRetail parity (e.g. of where: germanyitalyspain the usjapan ... overseeing much broader growth now and a growing number of countries and we're seeing is continued very very fast growing market the fastest growing energytechnology in the world rates we've seen for all we know will technologies fifteen twenty thirty but solarfifty percent annual growth rate
  • I won’t go through all the technologies which are will be in GSR in any case- but CSP – we see a record development in the middle east- in march we saw the opening of the largest plant in UAE and Morocco is also very active with the Ourzazate – with 160 MW – so we see that the MENA is also see that policies in these countries = announcement of the Saudi’s to invest 1 million in the
  • Solar heating and cooling still make up a lion share of our final energy consumption 2012: total capacity 223 GW th with almost 50 GWth added last year.
  • In 2012 REinvestment declines due to tech price reductions (from mass production and installation) as seen by increasing installed capacity – which continued to increase this year to 244.4
  • GSR20138 new countries defined policy targets in 2012There are now 127 countries with RE support policies identified There are now 139 countries with some type of RE targetDeveloping countries and emerging economies now account for over 2/3rds of all countries with RE policies in place
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    1. 1. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles Overview of the status of renewable energy – Second level policy and market development worldwide • Third level Click to edit Master title style – Fourth level » Fifth level Click to edit Master subtitle style Lily Riahi Lily.Riahi@Ren21.net Policy Advisor www.ren21.net La Habana, Cuba WWEC2013 12/21/2013 1
    2. 2. About Click to REN21 edit Master title style AMulti-stakeholder Policy Network grouping • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level Science & Academia: IIASA, ISES, SANEDI, TERI, etc. NGOs: • Third level CURES, GFSE, – Fourth Greenpeace, ICLEI, ISEP, level » JREF, WCRE, WRI, WWF, Fifth level etc. Industry Associations: ACORE, ARE, CEC, CREIA, EREC, GWEC, IGA, IHA, WBA, WWEA, etc. 12/21/2013 International Organisations: ADB, EC, GEF, IEA, IRENA, UNEP, UNIDO, UNDP, Worldbanketc. National Governments: Brazil, Germany, Denmark, Norway, India, Spain, UAE, UK, Uganda, etc. www.ren21.net 2
    3. 3. About Click to REN21 edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles Multi-stakeholder Policy Network grouping: – Second level  National governments: Brazil, Germany, Denmark, UK, Spain, Norway, India, • Third level UAE, US, Uganda, Morocco, etc. – Fourth level  International organisations: EC, IEA, IRENA, UNEP, UNIDO, UNDP, ADB, GEF, etc » Fifth RENAlliance (WWEA, WBA, IGA, ISES, IHA), ARE, GWEC,  Industry associations:level EREC, etc  Science & Academia: SANEDI, IIASA, TERI, etc.  NGOs: WWF, Greenpeace, ICLEI, CURES, WRI, etc. 12/21/2013 www.ren21.net 3
    4. 4. REN21 Click to edit Master title Renewables Global Status Report style • Click to edit Master text styles  Launched on the 12 of June 2013 along with UNEP’s Global trends in RE investment  Team of over 500 Contributors, researchers & reviewers worldwide – Second level  The report features: • Third level • Global Market Overview – Fourth level • Industry Trends » Fifth level • Policy Landscape • Rural Renewable Energy  All renewable energy technologies  Sectors: power, heating/cooling, transport  New elements in 2013:  Feature on system transformation 12/21/2013 www.ren21.net/GSR 4
    5. 5. Renewable Energy in the World Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles Nuclear: 2.5% – Second level • Third level Renewable Energy – Fourth level » Fifth Fossil Fuels: 79.1%level 19.0% Traditional Biomass (9.6%) Modern Biomass (3.7%) Biofuels (0.8%) Wind (0.3%) Solar (0.2%) Biogas (0.2%) Geothermal (0.2%) Waste (0.1%) Marine (< 0.01%) Hydro (3.1%) Source: IEA  RE supplied an estimated 19% of global final energy consumption  UN Secretary General’s goal : doubling the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix by 2030  Renewable energy continued to grow strongly despite policy uncertainty in some countries, the geography of renewables is expanding as prices fall and policies spread 12/21/2013 5
    6. 6. Global Market Overview – Master title Click to edit Power Markets style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level  Renewable energy comprise more than 26% of global power generation capacity in 2012  21.7% of global electricity is produced from renewable energy.  Renewables accounted for nearly half of the estimated 280 GW of new electric capacity installed in 2012. Renewable Energy Share of Global Electricity Production, 2012 12/21/2013 6
    7. 7. New annual power capacity added in EU in 2012: 70 % renewable based Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level Source: EWEA 12/21/2013 www.ren21.net 7
    8. 8. Wind Power Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level  In 2012, more than 45 GW of wind power capacity were installed, increasing the global total to 283 GW.  2012 can be characterized as record year for US installations and a slower market in China. Asia still led global markets, but with North America a close second, and Europe not far behind. 12/21/2013 www.ren21.net 8
    9. 9. Solar Power Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level  29.4 GW of new solar PV capacity came into being in 2012  Global cumulative installed solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity has surpassed 100 GW in 2012.  Prices of solar PV modules fell by more than 40 % in 2011 and by another 30 % in 2012. 12/21/2013 www.ren21.net 9
    10. 10. Concentrating to edit Master(CSP) Click Solar Thermal Power title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level  March 2013: Opening of Shams 100 MW CSP installation in the United Arab Emirates which makes it the largest parabolic trough power station in the world  End of 2012: start of construction of 160 MW of CSP installation in Ourzazate in Morocco  Now at 2 550 MW 12/21/2013 10
    11. 11. Global Click to edit–Master title style Market Overview Solar Heating & Cooling • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level  Transition towards the use of larger systems, increasing use of CHP and district schemes.  Growing trend to use solar resources to generate process heat for industry.  Solar hot water used in over 200 million households and commercial buildings. 12/21/2013 11
    12. 12. Investment Flows Click to edit Master title style Renewable Energy Investment • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level 12/21/2013  RE investment declines to in 2012 due to technology price reductions as seen by increasing installed capacity 12
    13. 13. Industry Trends Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level  RE industry saw continued growth in manufacturing, sales and installation  Cost reductions (especially in PV and onshore wind) contributed to growth  Changing policy landscape in many countries  industry consolidation, international trade disputes  Worldwide jobs in renewable energy industries exceeded 5 000 million in 2012; clustered primarily in bioenergy and solar industries 12/21/2013 13
    14. 14. Policy Click to Landscape edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third to Click level edit Master title style – Fourth level » Fifth level  Targets in 139 countries; more than half are developing countries  There areClick to edit Master subtitle style now 127 countries with RE support policies identified  Developing countries and emerging economies now account for over 2/3rds of all countries with RE policies in place  Some setbacks resulting from a lack of long-term policy certainty and stability in many countries 12/21/2013 www.ren21.net 14
    15. 15. Historic Projections Fall Short Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level 12/21/2013 15
    16. 16. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level 12/21/2013 16
    17. 17. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level “The future of renewable energy is • Third level fundamentally a choice, not a foregone – Fourth level » Fifth level conclusion given technology and economic trends” 12/21/2013 17
    18. 18. Click to edit Master title style Three complementary goals by 2030: • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level 12/21/2013 18
    19. 19. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles – Second level Coming soon: 12/6/13 • Third level – Fourth level » Fifth level Keep informed – Subscribe to the REN21 Newsletter (4 issues per year) www.ren21.net 12/21/2013 19

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