Course MJ 2413 – Energy and Environment
Division of Energy Systems Analysis Department of
Energy Technology Winter Semeste...
1. Business as Usual
Transport and Residential the two most demanding sectors
1. Business as Usual
• 87.7% of the demand met by oil and natural gas (2010)
• Most of the fossil fuels imported
 Serious...
2. Demand Side Management
1. Peak Load Management
2. Efficiency Improvements
2. Demand Side Management
-10 % Energy Demand by 2040
3. 20/20/20 and Beyond
1. REFIT 2 and REFIT 3:
Feed-in Tariff: Wind, Hydro, Landfill gas and Biomass
1. TRANSPORTATION:
El...
3. 20/20/20 and Beyond
202020 + offshore Scenario in 2040: -25% compared to BAU
3. 20/20/20 and Beyond
2020 2040
BAU
202020+offshore
4. GHG Mitigation
• Transport scenario not reducing GHGs since no RES defined
• The lower values of GHG Emissions for the ...
5. References
Statistics:
– SEAI
– EuroStat
– C.S.O
– S.E.I.
Projections:
– SEAI
– I.E.A.
– Forfas
– S.E.I.
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The Long Range Energy Alternatives Planning System (LEAP) software was used to create a model of energy and climate futures for Ireland that could result from the implementation of different policy measures including business as usual, demand side management, feed-in tariffs, and electrifying parts of the transportation system. These scenarios are considered individually and in tandem with each other.

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Ireland's Energy Futures

  1. 1. Course MJ 2413 – Energy and Environment Division of Energy Systems Analysis Department of Energy Technology Winter Semester 2012/2013 ENERGY FUTURES IN IRELAND Group Members: Estrella Piechulek Sahana Naganathan Dharshana Siriwardhana Caroline Saul Andrea Ranzanici
  2. 2. 1. Business as Usual Transport and Residential the two most demanding sectors
  3. 3. 1. Business as Usual • 87.7% of the demand met by oil and natural gas (2010) • Most of the fossil fuels imported  Serious problem with ENERGY SECURITY
  4. 4. 2. Demand Side Management 1. Peak Load Management 2. Efficiency Improvements
  5. 5. 2. Demand Side Management -10 % Energy Demand by 2040
  6. 6. 3. 20/20/20 and Beyond 1. REFIT 2 and REFIT 3: Feed-in Tariff: Wind, Hydro, Landfill gas and Biomass 1. TRANSPORTATION: Electric cars: 10% by 2020 Biofuel mix: 10% by 2020, 19% by 2040 3. EFFICIENCY MEASURES Efficiency: +20 % in 2020 Public Sector: -33% consumption by 2020 (from ‘00 values) 4. OFFSHORE ENERGY (envision) 1500 MW of ocean energy by 2020 4500 MW of offshore wind by 2030
  7. 7. 3. 20/20/20 and Beyond 202020 + offshore Scenario in 2040: -25% compared to BAU
  8. 8. 3. 20/20/20 and Beyond 2020 2040 BAU 202020+offshore
  9. 9. 4. GHG Mitigation • Transport scenario not reducing GHGs since no RES defined • The lower values of GHG Emissions for the 202020+offshore
  10. 10. 5. References Statistics: – SEAI – EuroStat – C.S.O – S.E.I. Projections: – SEAI – I.E.A. – Forfas – S.E.I.

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