Renewable Energy
a pathway to a more sustainable future
14 July 2013
Hsin-Hsiang Huang
Flat Panel Photovoltaic
Agua Caliente Solar Project, Arizona USA, 2014
397MW
Concentrated Photovoltaic
Alamosa Solar Generating Project, Colorado, USA, 2012
37MW, 87.5GWh, 504 module
dual axis, multi...
CSP Parabolic Trough
Solar Energy Generating System, Mojave Desert, CA, USA
354MW
Concentrated Solar Power
Gemasolar,Andalucia Spain, 2011
19.9MW, 110GWhr
Altas Wind Energy Center, California, US (largest) 2013
1,320MW, E.ON
Lodon Array, North Foreland, UK, 2013
630MW (341Turbines x 3.4MW)
11.3km out of shore
Eq ~ 900,000 tons CO2
~ 300,000 pass...
Rance Tidal Power Station, Brittany, France, 1966 (1st & largest)
240MW(24 turbines), 600GWh, CF 40%, Barrage dam, 700m
Aguçadoura Wave Farm, Póvoa deVarzim, Portugal 2008 (1st)
2.25MW, Surface-following attenuator, Pelamis, 5km from shore
Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Station, Iceland,1990
Dry steam, 21 wells, 2km depth, 190C, 120MW(4 turbines)
Opel Ampera
ElectricVehicle (Extended, dual)
Top speed: 161 km/h
EV range: 60 km (MVEG cycle),Total range: >500 km
Smart Grid: distributed generation, info networks, sys. coordination, demand management
Source: IEEE
European SuperGrid
Source: Desertec, dii
Levelized Cost Comparison between Technologies, 2010 and 2020
Source: IRENA 2012
Thank you for your attention!
World Potential Solar Energy
Source: UNEP
High Potential Areas for Tidal Resources
World Potential Renewable Energy
Smart Grid & Distributed Energy & Demand Side Management
Source: Medgrid
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  1. 1. Renewable Energy a pathway to a more sustainable future 14 July 2013 Hsin-Hsiang Huang
  2. 2. Flat Panel Photovoltaic Agua Caliente Solar Project, Arizona USA, 2014 397MW
  3. 3. Concentrated Photovoltaic Alamosa Solar Generating Project, Colorado, USA, 2012 37MW, 87.5GWh, 504 module dual axis, multi-junction cells, fresnel lens, concentrated > 500 times
  4. 4. CSP Parabolic Trough Solar Energy Generating System, Mojave Desert, CA, USA 354MW
  5. 5. Concentrated Solar Power Gemasolar,Andalucia Spain, 2011 19.9MW, 110GWhr
  6. 6. Altas Wind Energy Center, California, US (largest) 2013 1,320MW, E.ON
  7. 7. Lodon Array, North Foreland, UK, 2013 630MW (341Turbines x 3.4MW) 11.3km out of shore Eq ~ 900,000 tons CO2 ~ 300,000 passenger cars emission
  8. 8. Rance Tidal Power Station, Brittany, France, 1966 (1st & largest) 240MW(24 turbines), 600GWh, CF 40%, Barrage dam, 700m
  9. 9. Aguçadoura Wave Farm, Póvoa deVarzim, Portugal 2008 (1st) 2.25MW, Surface-following attenuator, Pelamis, 5km from shore
  10. 10. Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Station, Iceland,1990 Dry steam, 21 wells, 2km depth, 190C, 120MW(4 turbines)
  11. 11. Opel Ampera ElectricVehicle (Extended, dual) Top speed: 161 km/h EV range: 60 km (MVEG cycle),Total range: >500 km
  12. 12. Smart Grid: distributed generation, info networks, sys. coordination, demand management Source: IEEE
  13. 13. European SuperGrid Source: Desertec, dii
  14. 14. Levelized Cost Comparison between Technologies, 2010 and 2020 Source: IRENA 2012
  15. 15. Thank you for your attention!
  16. 16. World Potential Solar Energy Source: UNEP
  17. 17. High Potential Areas for Tidal Resources
  18. 18. World Potential Renewable Energy
  19. 19. Smart Grid & Distributed Energy & Demand Side Management
  20. 20. Source: Medgrid

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