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Nationaal energie forum 28 nov 2012

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  • 1. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSENERGYINFRASTRUCTURE, MINING AND COMMODITIESTRANSPORTTECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONPHARMACEUTICALS AND LIFE SCIENCESNationaal EnergieforumWeero KosterNorton Rose LLPPartner28 November 2012
  • 2. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSENERGYINFRASTRUCTURE, MINING AND COMMODITIESTRANSPORTTECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONPHARMACEUTICALS AND LIFE SCIENCESNederlands energieforum•Opmerkingen ten aanzien van de sprekers enverdienmodellen;•Energieparagraaf in het Regeerakkoord•Windenergie op zee.
  • 3. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSENERGYINFRASTRUCTURE, MINING AND COMMODITIESTRANSPORTTECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONPHARMACEUTICALS AND LIFE SCIENCESAdjiedj Bakas•Anders denken; thought leadership;•Niet naar de overheid kijken; voor revoluties zijngeen wetswijzigingen nodig;•Kijk naar aerospace en IT; veel komt uit het leger ….accus voor elektrische autos en kasplantjes•De klimaatgekte voorbij; Klimaatverandering is nietsnieuws ? krantenbericht uit 1922. “Climateweirdness”; klimaat redt zich wel ?;
  • 4. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSENERGYINFRASTRUCTURE, MINING AND COMMODITIESTRANSPORTTECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONPHARMACEUTICALS AND LIFE SCIENCESVan der Hagen/ Alma Zeestraten/Presentaties verdienmodellen•Overheidsbeleid moet consistent op gebiedduurzaamheid; door prikkels te stellen; geensubsidies; markt moet het doen;•Bijna allemaal gebaseerd op regelgeving; bevindenzich in gereguleerde sector, zijn overheidsbedrijfen/of ontvangen subsidie;•Chemie en bio-technologie zeer belangrijk;•Alstom wijst op kosten, financieringsvraagstuk ennegatieve ‘spark spread’ gas;•Schiphol enthousiast verhaal;•Amsterdam: ‘piecemeal engineering’ stel net openvoor kleine projecten.
  • 5. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSENERGYINFRASTRUCTURE, MINING AND COMMODITIESTRANSPORTTECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONPHARMACEUTICALS AND LIFE SCIENCESNederlandse Offshore wind
  • 6. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSENERGYINFRASTRUCTURE, MINING AND COMMODITIESTRANSPORTTECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONPHARMACEUTICALS AND LIFE SCIENCES
  • 7. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSENERGYINFRASTRUCTURE, MINING AND COMMODITIESTRANSPORTTECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIONPHARMACEUTICALS AND LIFE SCIENCES
  • 8. Weero Koster, Nationaal Energie Forum 28 november 20128Government AccordMain energy features of the Accord:• A 16% renewable target by 2020 – 100 % by 2050;• Optimal use of the SDE+;• The possibility of a ‘feed-in tariff’ an co-firing with biomass;• But: assessment of progress in 2016;• Further ‘green deals’ on energy savings;• Tax incentives for small scale PV by end-users andcooperatives;• Promotion of innovation in the Dutch offshore windsector together with energy companies and industry;.
  • 9. Weero Koster, Nationaal Energie Forum 28 november 20129Government AccordMain energy features of the Accord:• Investigation of a ‘power grid-at-sea’;• Initiatives on the infrastructure required for electrictransportation;• Initiatives on the use and labeling of biomass;• ‘Cradle-to-cradle-initiatives’;• Compensation to the agricultural sector;• International co-operation on renewables and security ofsupply; and• Proposals on streamlining of political decision-making and asubstantially increased budget for the SDE+ subsidyscheme (by 2.4 billion €).
  • 10. Weero Koster, Nationaal Energie Forum 28 november 201210Government AccordSome observations on the energy features of the Accord:• What is missing ?• Where is the money ?• Ambition and ambiguity:• current growth rate about 4 %,• will grow to 8 or 9 % in ‘business as usual scenario’, not 16 %;• currently: of 3000 MW permitted, 228 is up-and-running, 700 underdevelopment: we need 6 times as much in 8 years;• development may take 5 yrs so decisions have to be made in 2013/14;• Political di- (or ad-)versity:• Liberals: no ‘subsidy dependency’, change permitting system, bundlegrids, ‘go-for-what-you-know’ and look elsewhere, nuclear is carbonneutral and 16 is a ‘streven’;• Labour: ‘sweet sixteen’, invest in jobs in a strong growth sector,address costs and grid-issues, create green bank and government-backed loans.
  • 11. Weero Koster, Nationaal Energie Forum 28 novembe 201211Norton Rose Round Table Offshore Wind November2012• 16 % must be achieved roughly through 1/3 biomass, 1/3onshore wind and 1/3 offshore wind;• CAPEX on MW basis have doubled and permitting processgets longer; OPEX are reducing.Seven observations and recommendations:• The Dutch rationale for renewables in the Netherlands haschanged from saving the world from global warming andclimate change, to protecting the Dutch economy in crisis;• The Governmental Accord improves the position of Dutchoffshore wind power generation, but there are largedifferences in the interpretation of the Accord by the coalitionpartners: the liberal view stresses cost reductions and theoffshore wind business-case, whilst labour advocatesinvestment in job creation and economic growth;
  • 12. Weero Koster, Nationaal Energie Forum 28 november 201212Main Conclusions/SuggestionsSeven observations and recommendations:• Lessons to be learned from neighbouring countries are:–to keep the legal framework stable and reduce, to theextent possible, legal/ country risk;–that a ‘feed-in tariff’ may not be the best solution for allsituations;–to focus on the organisation of permitting zones to facilitatecooperation by developers;–to increase the focus on the stability of the supply chain;–to be aware of the limited capacity to, and consequencesof, attempting to pass any and all risks on to the contractorand of the costs attached that approach; and–to institute a ‘green bank’ (compare: UK GIB opened 28November 2012).
  • 13. Weero Koster, Nationaal Energie Forum 28 november 201213Main Conclusions/SuggestionsSeven observations and recommendations:• The Dutch legislature is willing to facilitate:–by improving the permit system from a technically- to afunctionally driven system,–by creating more ‘bundeling’ in the offshore grid;–by international cooperation with neighbouring countries;and–by innovation in financing such as government backedloans by public financing companies.• Offshore wind power generation costs have to reducethrough reduction of, particularly, OPEX while increasing thelifecycle of electric output, but still there will be a shortage ofcapital; this may be addressed by innovative financingstructures that allow insurance companies, pension funds orbond markets to provide funding after construction;
  • 14. Weero Koster, Nationaal Energie Forum 28 november 201214Main Conclusions/SuggestionsSeven observations and recommendations:• Further cost reductions and risk mitigations can be achievedthrough:–acceleration of the permitting process;–the sharing of research data;–institution of a ‘socket-at-sea;–integrated design requirements of foundation and tower;and–sharing of technical information;
  • 15. Weero Koster, Nationaal Energie Forum 28 november 201215Main Conclusions/SuggestionsSeven observations and recommendations:• Further improvements can be made through:–public-private-partnerships in which the Government playsa role in the preparation phase, preparing locations andgranting permits and providing knowledge and privateenterprise is left to develop the projects; and–international cooperation and focussing on the comparativeadvantage of EU Member States by optimizing the Dutchgas investments in expertise and infrastructure incombination with the renewable investments madeelsewhere in Europe.

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