2012 06-11 intersolar key note final version


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  • Sunlight is looking for roof owners (Sonnenschein sucht Dachbesitzer)
  • 2012 06-11 intersolar key note final version

    1. 1. Intersolar 11th of June 2012 Sunshine seeks for roof owners. Recognising the Opportunities of PV in Munich 1
    2. 2. Outline Vision & strategic approach Shareholders Structure of the Initiative Business Areas 1. Consultancy and Photovoltaic Potential Analysis 2. PV Planning 3. PV Project Development Question & Answers 2
    3. 3. Conjoint initiativeCity of Munich, Municipal utility & Business Community Vision 100 % renewable energy for Munich The city, municipal utilities and business community are working together for the common good Main focus of the initiative is the development of urban PV, providing roofs, technical and financial resources Commitment Cooperation and fair partnership enable the overcoming of existing barriers and the realization of opportunities Strategic Approach Activation of all city roofs, suitable for PV The Solarinitiative particularly cares for PV potentials, that otherwise would remain undeveloped.16.07.12 3
    4. 4. SIM shareholders structure (GmbH & Co. KG)( June 2012)  GmbH (Complementary Company) LHM 5 % Gesellschafterstruktur – City of Munich (LHM) SWM (Munich Municipal Utilities) Komplementär GmbH BayWa AG SWM  KG (Limited Partnership, LP) 47,5 % City of Munich (LHM) SWM (Munich Municipal Utilities) BayWa AG Inka Holding (Augustiner) Südhaus- LHM 0,7% Südhausbau Gesellschafterstruktur – bau 8,3% Kommandit-Gesellschaft Inka 8,3%  The entry of additional LP shareholders will be sought. Further reduction to 25% SWM of SWM & LHM shares in the LP is already 41,4% approved by city council BayWa 41,4% 3
    5. 5. Business Areas of Solarinitiative Consulting &  Primary Consulting PV Potential-  PV Expertise usiness Area 1 Analysis  PV Potential Analysis  Dealing with contacts, project rights Broking &  Facilitation / Enabling of fully usiness Area 2 Facilitation functional PV constructions  Designing, building and funding of Construction, PV systems Operation &  Project management/Quality usiness Area 3 PV Systems Sale Control  Selling to end-investors (institutional investors, citizens, solar funds) 5
    6. 6. Business Area 1: PV Potential AnalysisUnicredit Tucherpark, Munich (ongoing project) Project: PV potentials analysis includes analysis of possible solar energy output and estimation of economic effectiveness and profitability Objective: Determination of PV potentials of all suited objects in the area: All buildings (roofs) and open spaces are systematically measured and analyzed Allocation of PV modules (quantity, size, position) for each individual roof; optimal placement of module (shading state & self-cleaning effect) The economic optimum of per roof/free surface installed capacity determined (maximal energy output) 6
    7. 7. Business Area 1: PV Potential AnalysisMunich city drainage utility (MCD) (project completed) Scope and Strategy: MCD would like to use all of own available renewable energy potentials, in order to achieve 100% self-sufficiency in renewable energy in the future. Project: PV potentials analysis Objective: How many of the properties are suitable for PV use? How big is the installable system performance and solar power output? Which economic efficiency of PV system should be expected? Today / in the future? Solution: Detection of the actual state of roof and open space surfaces. Assessment of PV potentials & determination of solar power yields. Detailed PV economic evaluation of all roof and free surfaces16.07.12 7
    8. 8. Business Area 1: PV Potential analysisTrade Fair, Munich Congress Center MCC (ongoing project) 8
    9. 9. PV Potentials Analysis:Solar outputs calculation for Munich Calibrated potential solar outputs - based on 2500 real data sets of PV plants in Munich. Calculated in relation to the ratio of the modules’ inclination angle and cardinal directions (Source: SWM GmbH) 9
    10. 10. PV Potentials Analysis:PV project prioritization Listing of all analyzed roofs with their specific PV potentials and important criteria which results in different priority levels of the PV installations: A: best suited; B: well suited; C: less suited; O: Currently unachievable (e.g. renovation outstanding) 10
    11. 11. PV Potential Analysis:Economic evaluation The different lines indicate a Y axis: Costs f. pre defined ROI expectation of buyer per kWp the buyer in relation to FIT, PV output(€) operating costs and to solar output of the roof. Upper part: Before Renewable Energy Law change in April 2012 Lower part: After the expected drastic Feed in Tariff cuts (FIT) X axis: Annual solar output (kWh/kWp) -> PV systems still can be build and operated economically, i.e. at well suited southern German roofs. Especially when roof owners invest by themselves and use a share of the PV electricity for their own purposes. 11
    12. 12. Business Area 2: PV PlanningSiemens AG: PV on new Corporate Headquarter (ongoing project) Project: New building of Siemens Headquarter Requirement: Show case with maximal energy efficiency -> passive house standard Objective: Providing support for architect, planners and developers in the design of the PV system and its integration into complex building services Solution: Participation in planning workshops with architects, engineers and house technicians, organized by Siemens. Simulation of solar electricity revenues and finding the economic optimum. Forecast of future profitability of the PV project. Support for the cost-benefit analysis of different variants of PV systems. 12
    13. 13. Business Area 2: PV PlanningSüdhausbau: Energy-plus-townhouses line (ongoing project) Project: The first line of energy-plus-townhouses in Munich with optimal integrated PV system Objective:  Consulting regarding optimum design of the PV system  Assistance in obtaining the building permission /affirmation PV-system Solution: Advising the builder-owner and architects in the early planning stages PV-Anlage Development of a comprehensive energy concept Conceptual development of an optimal PV design with maximum energy efficiency, to achieve the positive energy standards Negotiations with local Construction Committee for the constructive resolution of legal objections -> Each house produces ca. 30% more energy than necessary/will be *Planning status 11.2011 used by tenant (warm water, household electricity & heating) 13
    14. 14. Business Area 2 + 3: PV Planning & DevelopmentAugustiner Bräu: PV plant on green roof (ongoing project) Project: Green roof and PV construction at the Roof of Augustiner logistics center in Munich-Freiham Initial situation: Initial intention of Augustiner in 2008 was to install a PV system on the roof of the building. PV project was cancelled after several unsuccessful negotiations with authorities as the valid development plan allowed roof-mounted constructions only at the 10% of the roof surface. Objective:  Resumption of the project to reassess the licensing situation with reference to the energy transition. Solution:  Requesting a special permit for the development plan (application for exemption) and construction permit  Mediation and coordination of the system concept with builder- owner, architect and licensing authorities 14
    15. 15. Business Area 3: PV Project DevelopmentRossius OHG: PV Green Roof Construction (project completed) Project: Implementation of a PV system on a green roof Initial situation: High expectations of the client in terms of recoverable solar yields and potential returns. Time-critical implementation before the beginning of winter. Objective: Independent consultancy, economic evaluation and technical design. Customer support during all project phases, from static validation, feed- in-tariff/subvention approval to construction supervision. Customized financing solution with the participation of the general contractor. 15
    16. 16. Thank you for your attention Questions? 16