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Renewable energy potentials in North Sweden Joakim Lundgren, Ph.D Ass. Professor Division of Energy Engineering Luleå University of Technology TPES per capita year 2007 Energy demand scenarios for Norrbotten until 2025 Total energy demand 2025: 40-70 TWh per year

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renewable energy potentials in north sweden
Renewable energy potentials in North Sweden

Joakim Lundgren, Ph.D

Ass. Professor

Division of Energy Engineering

Luleå University of Technology

energy demand scenarios for norrbotten until 2025
Energy demand scenarios for Norrbotten until 2025

Total energy demand 2025: 40-70 TWh per year

potential renewable fuel and energy resources incl current supply
Potential renewable fuel and energy resources (incl. current supply)

Total theoretical energy supply potential 2025: 48-61 TWh per year

selection of new plants pilot demonstration commercial
Selection of new plants (Pilot, Demonstration, Commercial)

Biogas from sewage sludge and food waste

Biomass and solar based

district heating

Biogas from offal and manure

Production of pine diesel

100 000 m3 per year

1101 wind mills

4000 MWel = 8-12 TWh annually

Motor fuel production via

gasification of solid biomass and black liquor

possible barriers
Possible barriers
  • In low populated areas, small-scale solutions are often the most feasible
  • Economy
    • Large specific investments
    • Low energy prices
    • Relatively poor subsidies
  • Lack of entrepreneurs
  • Politics –”The Luleå-Boden heating situation”
summary
Summary
  • The current energy situation is to a large extent the result of descisions taken 20-40 years ago. So will the the future energy supply, but that can still be formed.
  • How and how fast a new sustainable energy system can be obtained is a matter of the choices and the descisions that we take today and the coming years.
  • Many arctic regions have great potential to develop a sustainable regional energy supply – low population, rich on renewable assets - can serve as a role model for other regions and to be ashow window for the demonstration of new energy technologies.
thank you for your attention
Thank you for your attention!

Dr Joakim Lundgren, Ass. Prof

Division of Energy Engineering

Luleå University of Technology

joakim@ltu.se

Phone: +46 (0)920 49 13 07