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Opportunities in Energy. Ray Hammarlund Director, Energy Programs Division Kansas Corporation Commission. 1) Energy 2) Water 3) Food 4) Environment 5) Poverty 6) Terrorism & War 7) Disease 8) Education 9) Democracy 10) Population.

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Opportunities in Energy

Ray Hammarlund

Director, Energy Programs Division

Kansas Corporation Commission


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1) Energy

2) Water

3) Food

4) Environment

5) Poverty

6) Terrorism & War

7) Disease

8) Education

9) Democracy

10) Population

Source: Professor R.E. Smalley – Rice University May 3, 2003

Top Ten Problems of Humanity for the Next 50 Years


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U.S. Energy System


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Human Development Index vs. Energy Usage


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World Energy

GDP vs. Energy Consumption

14,000

UAE

12,000

10,000

Kuwait

Iceland

United States

8,000

Canada

Singapore

Finland

Trinidad & Tobago

Energy Consumption (thousand metric toe per capita)

Sweden

6,000

Norway

Australia

Saudi Arabia

Belgium

Mozambique

Netherlands

New Zealand

Germany

France

Russia

Czech

S. Korea

Japan

4,000

UK

Switzerland

Estonia

Slovakia

Ireland

Turkmenistan

Israel

Slovenia

Austria

Oman

Denmark

Greece

Spain

Italy

2,000

Portugal

Argentina

China

Chile

Uruguay

0

0

5,000

10,000

15,000

20,000

25,000

30,000

GDP per capita (million Int. $ at PPP)


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Energy Efficiency, Conservation

  • “A clean world takes a lot of dirty work” Mike Rowe – Dirty Jobs – Discovery Channel

  • There is plenty of work to be done in Kansas for 50 years on energy efficiency and conservation


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ARRA funding from KCC

  • Revolving loan fund for Residential and Light Commercial

    • Two options

      • Payments on the utility bill

      • EE loan through participating banks

    • Details

      • Average dollar amount of upgrade around $6000 with $1500 usually paid for upfront by homeowner

      • Requires an energy audit


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Meridian Way Wind Farm

201 MW - 2008

Smoky Hills Wind Farm

250 MW - 2008

Central Plains Wind Farm

99 MW - 2009

Spearville Wind Farm

100 MW - 2006

Elk River Wind Farm

150 MW - 2005

Gray County Wind Farm

112 MW - 2001

Flat Ridge Wind Farm

100 MW - 2009


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Top Ten Wind Manufacturers (as of March 2008) Source: BTM Consulting

  • 1) Vestas (Denmark)

  • 2) GE Energy (United States)

  • 3) Gamesa (Spain)

  • 4) Enercon (Germany)

  • 5) Suzlon (India)

  • 6) Siemens (Germany)

  • 7) Acciona (Spain)

  • 8) Goldwing (China - PRC)

  • 9) Nordex (Germany)

  • 10)Sinovel (China - PRC)


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U.S. Nuclear Power Plants


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Agriculture Offsets vs. Carbon Sequestration


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Geologic Storage of CO^2


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Biomass Production

Long Range Goal:

Develop a Continuous Process for the Production of Algal Biomass

Public sources of water/wastewater

Fossil fuel-based electric power plants

Areas meeting criteria for sun exposure & temperature

Pate, R., “Biofuels and the Energy-Water Nexus”, Sandia National Laboratories, AAAS/SWARM, April 11, 2008, Albuquerque, NM


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Energy Supply Chain (Stylized)

Fuel Extraction

Fuel Processing

Major Emitting Sources

All Direct Sources

All Indirect Emission Sources

Refinery

Power plant

Mine/Drilling

Factory

Residential/Commercial

Upstream (fuel producers)

Downstream (consumers)

Source: Dallas Burtraw – Resources for the Future


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Innovation is on the consumer side

  • Dynamic Pricing-Pricing for incremental and time of use, not bulk sale of averaged price electricity.

  • Smart Grid defined

    • Self healing/correcting

    • Motivate customers to be active grid participants/controllers of grid

    • Resist attack-physical/cyber

    • Increased power quality for modern uses

    • Accommodate all generation/storage options

    • Facilitate markets

    • Optimize all assets/operations


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So, you want to make money in energy solutions

  • Ray’s advice for what it is worth

    • Get as close to the consumer as you can

      • This is not production solutions, it is consumption solutions

    • The answer is simple: Consumers want to “TiVo ®” energy

      • Let them

      • Real time pricing

      • Instant consumption feedback

      • Information

      • Remember Dirty Jobs……


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Questions?

Ray Hammarlund

(785) 271-3179

r.hammarlund@kcc.ks.gov


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