Adios Supertankter, ahoy energy autonomy

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Adios Supertankter, ahoy energy autonomy

  1. 1. 2010 - LOI with EDA (20 October 2010)W have a close and successful cooperation with ERSE EDA e
  2. 2. FinancialsScenarios Assumptions Result (IRR)35 Mio. Euro Diesel- Load- Deviation 25 yearsInvestment growth growth wind energyConservative 7% 3,5 % 0% 13,3 %Historic (10Y) 10 % 7% 0% 18,6 %W invest into these kind of projects? hyThere are places in the world where these systems can be profitable NO . WThe returns are so secure that they are almost uncorrelated to the futureeconomic environment. Access energy and certificates are an additionalupside and future technology upgrades can boost returns.
  3. 3. Renewable energy systems are already competitive inoff grid situations Innovation and economies of scale reduce the costs for renewable energy technologyIsland systems Renewable componentsfrom a few kWto afew MW(island or remotesituations) Increasing fuel and Fossil fuels emmision credits costs
  4. 4. Let the fossils rest in peace
  5. 5. Obrigado!
  6. 6. Younicos System Control and Energy Management System m, h, d User Input Data Logging VisualizationCentral unit Energy Management and SCADA System Dispatch Optimization Communication Forecast IEC 61850 Y Interface & Y Interface & Y Interface & µs, ms, s Y Controller Local Control Local Control Local Controldecentralized U, f U, f U, f U, f Back up Electrical Network ( U, f) Consumers
  7. 7. VISION: Future energy supply shall rely on Renewable Energy ( RE) worldwide Example: European RE targets (20% in 2020, 30% in 2030, ….) s o al rg yG le En e wa b ene a nR opeFor a stable grid based on E ur Stablerenewable energies 100 % Instable n ctio 0 80% 210 0 209 Fra 0 60% 208 gy 0 207 ne r 0 40% 206 E 0• Storage Technologies 205 ble r 204 0 Ye a 20% ewa 0 203 0 202 Ren 0% 0• New Control strategies 201 201 0 0% Re n 202 0 203 ewa 0 20% Ye a 204 r 0 ble 205 0 40% 206 En eare required 0 207 0 rgy 208 60% 0 209 Fra 0 210 80% 0 ctio n 100 % Eu r o pe an Ren wa b e le E n er gy Go als
  8. 8. NaS Battery FeaturesHigh Energy Density About 3 x that of Lead-AcidHigh Capacity Up to 6 Hours continuous dischargingLong Expected Life Up to15 years, 4500 cyclesHigh Energy Efficiency 85% DC EfficiencyNo Self DischargeNo Memory EffectProven Technology 270 MWinstallation recordsEasy Maintenance Inspection every 3 years onlyFast Response 2 msOperating Temperature 300 °C

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