Prosumers – A new breed of energy players as a result of theGerman EnergiewendeTBLI Conference ZurichPhilipp A. Pausder, C...
Content The German Power Market Post-Fukushima  The German Power Market Post-Fukushima Two Drivers for the Increase of Dis...
About FutureWatt.•   We lower heat and electricity costs•   We build long term relationships, either    as managers or sha...
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Net power generation and capacity in Germany in 2011.       Total Generation: 548.57 TWh         Total Capacity: 153,54 GW...
A paradigm shift: From few large plants to distributed generation.                     Power plants and grids             ...
The Energiewende aspires nothing less but  to change a century old paradigm and                system.                    ...
Bild Zeitung, frontpage:October 16, 2012                      -8-
The increase in renewables triggers an increase of electricity prices, which in returnstrengthens the business case for di...
2022: Energy demand versus power generation from renewables.     Peak Load in GW (per hour)                               ...
Renewable energy generation is by definition volatile and thus needs to bebacked up with very responsive generation capaci...
Distributed generation pays-off for many   businesses and soon households.Flexible Generation is going to become        mo...
Case study I: Residential neighborhood consisting of 600 apartments builtbetween 1969 – 71. EUR/a                         ...
Case study II: Recycling company, 34 MEUR net sales (2011).     EUR/MWh                                                  S...
Contact:Philipp A. PausderManaging DirectorFutureWatt GmbHAm Zirkus 310117 BerlinGermanyemail: philipp.pausder@futurewatt....
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  • 15.11.12
  • When I was a child 15.11.12
  • Operating hours and volatility 15.11.12
  • Challenges: Less than 200km of close to 2000km of power lines built (national grid development plan) Onshore wind: from north to south New coal plants: North to south 15.11.12
  • How we produce energy, how we count and bill it, how we transport it, who produces it … 15.11.12
  • Issue for midcap companies 15.11.12
  • Who pays: Large and energy intense companies excluded 15.11.12
  • New market model needed: Both for energy sellers and for energy buyers. In 2022 50% the net energy production will be from renewables. 15.11.12
  • Compensation models for NOT using power, shifting of load. Balancing load markets. Gas power plants not economic 15.11.12
  • Philipp Pausder

    1. 1. Prosumers – A new breed of energy players as a result of theGerman EnergiewendeTBLI Conference ZurichPhilipp A. Pausder, Co-Founder and MDNovember 8, 2012
    2. 2. Content The German Power Market Post-Fukushima The German Power Market Post-Fukushima Two Drivers for the Increase of Distributed Energy Generation: Prices and Supply Security Two Drivers for the Increase of Distributed Energy Generation: Prices and Supply Security Case Studies Case Studies -2-
    3. 3. About FutureWatt.• We lower heat and electricity costs• We build long term relationships, either as managers or shareholders of customized utilities (SPVs)• We are a one-stop-shop• Two business units: B2B and B2C• Customers: Midcap companies, real estate owners (B2B) and house owners and tenants (B2C, Dec 2012)• Distributed generation under management: 2 MW (Nov 2012), additional 9 MW by Jan 2013• Based in Berlin• Founded in April 2012• Staff of 7 -3-
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    5. 5. Net power generation and capacity in Germany in 2011. Total Generation: 548.57 TWh Total Capacity: 153,54 GWSource: Business Monitor 2012 -5-
    6. 6. A paradigm shift: From few large plants to distributed generation. Power plants and grids Power lines in GermanySource: German Federal Environmental Agency UBA, German Energy Egency DENA -6-
    7. 7. The Energiewende aspires nothing less but to change a century old paradigm and system. -7-
    8. 8. Bild Zeitung, frontpage:October 16, 2012 -8-
    9. 9. The increase in renewables triggers an increase of electricity prices, which in returnstrengthens the business case for distributed generation.Cent/kWh • The Renewable Energy Contribution is the surcharge paid by power consumers for the government guaranteed feed-in-tariffs for renewable energy • The feed-in-tariffs are guaranteed for 20 years • Additional capacity is being built -9-
    10. 10. 2022: Energy demand versus power generation from renewables. Peak Load in GW (per hour) Hours of the yearSource: Fraunhofer Institute, Agora Energiewende - 10 -
    11. 11. Renewable energy generation is by definition volatile and thus needs to bebacked up with very responsive generation capacity. Annual peak Peak Load in GW (per hour) Annual lowThis will drive the development of new business models, a market design andan internationalization of power markets.Source: Fraunhofer Institute, Agora Energiewende - 11 -
    12. 12. Distributed generation pays-off for many businesses and soon households.Flexible Generation is going to become more and more valuable. - 12 -
    13. 13. Case study I: Residential neighborhood consisting of 600 apartments builtbetween 1969 – 71. EUR/a - 13 -
    14. 14. Case study II: Recycling company, 34 MEUR net sales (2011). EUR/MWh Savings per year in EUR - 14 -
    15. 15. Contact:Philipp A. PausderManaging DirectorFutureWatt GmbHAm Zirkus 310117 BerlinGermanyemail: philipp.pausder@futurewatt.decell: +49 157 737 50 748landline: +49 30 531 68 435www.futurewatt.de - 15 -

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