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  1. Regional Transmission Network Development: Implications for Trade and Investment Financing Transmission Project Implementation: Southeast Europe Lines of Regional Significance Olaf Zymelka Division Chief Energy and Transport, Europe and Caucasus, KFW Development Bank November 11-12, 2009

  2. Southeast Europe Lines of Regional Significance Workshop Regional Transmission Network Development: Implications for Trade and Investment Istanbul, Turkey November 11, 2009 Olaf Zymelka

  3. Content KfW at a Glance KfW Entwicklungsbank – A Partner for Energy Efficiency 400 kV Transmission Lines: Montenegro – Albania – Kosovo

  4. KfW Bankengruppe in Brief • Promotional Bank of the Federal Republic of Germany (founded in 1948). • Shareholders: Federal Republic of Germany (80%), German federal states (20%). • Around 60 offices and representations worldwide • Projects in 110 countries • Balance sheet total at end-2008: EUR 395 billion. • Commitments in 2008: EUR 75 billion. • Average number of employees in 2008: 4,200. • Rating: AAA/Aaa/AAA.

  5. KfW – a strong environmental and climate protection bank. • KfW is one of the leading environmental and climate protection banks world-wide. • In 2008, EUR 19.5 billion commitments for environmental and climate protection • EUR 5.3 billion for renewable energies • EUR 8.1 billion for energy efficiency • KfW Entwicklungsbank in 2008 • Commitments for environmental and climate protection EUR 1.25 billion • World-wide largest financier of RE

  6. Content KfW at a Glance KfW Entwicklungsbank – A Partner for Energy Efficiency 400 kV Transmission Lines: Montenegro – Albania – Kosovo

  7. Energy Portfolio – Sub-Sectors Commitments world-wide 2004 – 2008

  8. Objectives of KfW’s Energy Efficiency Projects in South East Europe and Caucasus. • Increase security of supply • Lower the growth in electricity demand • Lower the energy intensity of the partner economies • Reduce energy costs • Reduce dependence on energy imports • Contribute to climate protection • Support countries adapting to EU standards in the energy sector • Speed up market penetration of innovative efficiency technologies

  9. KfW‘s Supply Side Energy Efficiency ProjectsTransmission and Distribution.

  10. Content KfW at a Glance KfW Entwicklungsbank – A Partner for Energy Efficiency 400 kV Transmission Lines: Montenegro – Albania – Kosovo

  11. 400 kV Transmission Lines and Interconnectors Montenegro – Albania – Kosovo Objectives and Benefits • Promotion of an integrated electricity market in SEE • Increase of network stability • Expansion of cross-border transmission capacities to increase power exchange • Improvement of electricity supply in the region • Synergies from the joint operation of electricity systems by using country specific advantages, e.g. Kosovo TPP and Albania (HPP) • Reduction of energy costs and emissions • Fulfilling ENTSO-E requirements for full membership • Additional revenues for TSOs due to increased transborder power trade

  12. 400 kV Transmission LineMontenegro – Albania Activities • Construction of 400 kV transmission line between Tirana and Podgorica (155 km) • Extension of substations in Montenegro and Albania • Study on Congestion Management Costs • EUR 48.7m Financing • EUR 43.9m Mixed Financing Package of which • EUR 34.2m in Albania • EUR 9.7m in Montenegro

  13. 400 kV Transmission LineAlbania – Kosovo Activities • Construction of 400 kV transmission line between Tirana and Prishtina (239 km) • Single circuit Prishtina – Vau Dejes • Double circuit Vau Dejes – Tirana using poles of 400 kV AL/ME • Extension of substations in Kosovo and Albania • Study on Congestion Management Costs • EUR 91.3m Financing • EUR 42m in Albania (Interest Reduced Loan) • EUR 33.5m in Kosovo (Mixed Financing Package)

  14. KfW‘s Supply Side Energy Efficiency Technical Assistance with the Energy Community. Objective: • Supporting the creation of a single power market in SEE • Supporting the implementation of the EU Acquis Communautaire Activities: • Study on Congestion Management Methods Investigation of potential Transfer Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management Methods for the SEE Grid • Software Development and Installation Day Ahead Congestion Forecast – DACFModels for load flow and contingency analyses • Establishment of a Coordinated Auction Office (CAO) Common procedure for congestion management and transmission capacitiy allocation on SEE regional level Eliminating cross border barriers to electricity trade

  15. Olaf Zymelka KfW Bankengruppe Division Chief Palmengartenstraße 5–9 Energy and Transport 60325 Frankfurt am Main Europe and Caucasus KfW Development Bank Fon 069 7431-2671 Fax 069 7431-2547 olaf.zymelka@kfw.de Contact. 15 15

  16. Coordinated Auction Office SEE (1) Overall Objective: Provide support for the creation of a single power market in SEE (1) Study on Congestion Management Methods: Investigation and Implementation of Transfer Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management Methods for the SEE Grid • Evaluation of European CM methods • Proposal for the future CM methods (NTC vs. flow-based methods) • Discuss methods with TSO, regulators, traders and other authorities • Explore the possibilities for practical implementation of such methods from technical and organizational point of view • Gather practical experience through „dry runs“ involving TSO and traders

  17. Coordinated Auction Office SEE (2) (2) Software Development and Installation: Day Ahead Congestion Forecast – DACF Goals: • Producing “snapshot models” of the transmission network • Producing “forecast models” of the transmission network today for tomorrow, necessary for load‑flow and contingency analyses. • for each hour (i.e. 24 hours) of the following day; • Exchanging those forecast models via ftp-server (or alternatively, by e-mail); • Running AC load flow and contingency analyses on the merged interconnected transmission model from the perspective of each TSO; • Exchanging the results of the analyses with other participants.

  18. Coordinated Auction Office SEE (3) (3) Establishment of a Coordinated Auction Office (CAO) Goals: • Increasing the efficiency and transparency of the capacity allocation under consideration of the interdependencies of the network • Increasing the usable capacity in cross-border transactions • increase security of network operations • reduce the overall price level for electricity supply Challenges: • Commitment and financial support from political authorities • Commitment and cooperation among participating TSO • Approval and support of National Regulatory Authorities • Agreement on allocation methodology to be applied (NTC vs. FBA) • Agreement on auction rules • Agreement on revenue sharing