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Wind Power Market Update Harvesting Clean Energy Boise, Idaho February 10, 2003 Larry Flowers Sizes and Applications Small ( 10 kW) Homes (Grid connected) Farms Remote Applications (e.g. battery changing, water pumping, telecom sites, icemaking) Intermediate (1 0-500 kW)

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Wind Power Market Update

Harvesting Clean Energy

Boise, Idaho

February 10, 2003

Larry Flowers


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Sizes and Applications

  • Small (10 kW)

  • Homes (Grid

  • connected)

  • Farms

  • Remote Applications

  • (e.g. battery changing, water pumping, telecom sites, icemaking)

  • Intermediate

  • (10-500 kW)

  • Village Power

  • Hybrid Systems

  • Distributed Power

  • Large (500 kW – 6 MW)

  • Central Station Wind Farms

  • Distributed Power

  • Offshore Wind Generation

  • Stations


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GE WIND

1.5 MW


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Actual

Projected

Rest of World

Rest of World

North America

North America

Europe

Europe

Growth of Wind Energy Capacity Worldwide

Jan 2002 Cumulative MW

Rest of World = 2,656

North America = 4,459

Europe = 17,812

MW Installed

Sources: BTM Consult Aps, March 2002

Windpower Monthly, January 2002


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Wind Economics - Determining Factors

  • Wind Resource

  • Financing and Ownership Structure

  • Taxes and Policy Incentives

  • Plant Size: equipment, installation and O&M economies of scale

  • Turbine size, model, and tower height

  • Green field or site expansion

  • What is included: land, transmission, ancillary services


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Wind Cost of Energy

12

10

8

Low wind speed sites

COE (¢/kWh [constant 2000 $])

6

Bulk Power Competitive Price Band

High windspeed sites

4

2

0

1990

2010

2020

1995

2005

2015

2000



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COOP vs. IPP Financing

  • Larger plants are significantly less expensive per kWh

  • Public power can own/ install smaller plants at comparable cost to large IPP projects

  • Aggregation of demand reduces costs


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Economic Development Opportunities

  • Land Lease Payments: 2-3% of gross revenue $2500-4000/MW/year

  • Local property tax revenue: 100 MW brings in on the order of $500-$1,000k/yr

  • 1-2 jobs/MW during construction

  • 2-5 permanent O&M jobs per 50-100 MW,

  • Local construction and service industry: concrete, towers, some electrical usually done locally

  • Investment as Equity Owners: production tax credit, accelerated depreciation

  • Manufacturing and Assembly plants expanding in U.S. (Micon in IL, LM Glasfiber in ND)





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Key Deployment Issues for Wind Power

  • Permitting and Siting (visual, noise, avian, land use)

  • Transmission: capacity allocation, RTO formation, new line builds/planning

  • Power Variability: impact on utility operations

  • Evolving competitive markets

  • Green power markets

  • Policy environment – PTC, RPS, state tax provisions


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Resources: On The Web

  • AWEA Web site: http://www.awea.org

  • NWTC Web site: http://www.nrel.gov/wind

  • National Wind Coordinating Committee: http://www.nationalwind.org

  • Utility Wind Interest Group site: http://www.uwig.org

  • WPA Web site:

    http://www. Windpoweringamerica.gov

  • Homepower Web Site: http://www.homepower.com

  • Windustry Project: http://www.windustry.com

  • Best Links: www.me3.org



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