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Green electricity market development in Europe and the example of Upper Austria. Christiane Egger. O.Ö. Energiesparverband Landstraße 45, A-4020 Linz, Austria T: +43-732-7720-14380 E: office@esv.or.at I: www.esv.or.at. ESV-Design. 030889en. RES-e electricity in the EU.

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Green electricity market

development in Europe and

the example of Upper Austria

Christiane Egger

O.Ö. Energiesparverband

Landstraße 45, A-4020 Linz, Austria

T: +43-732-7720-14380

E: office@esv.or.at

I: www.esv.or.at

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RES-e electricity in the EU

  • energy from renewables: 6 % (97)
  • electricity from renewables: 14 % (97)
  • electricity from renewables target: 21 % (2010)

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Wind & PV markets

Country 2002 Total Share (MW) (MW) (%)

Germany 3,247 11,968 44.9

Spain 1,493 5,043 20.7

Denmark 530 2,880 7.3

USA 429 4,674 5.9

India 220 1,702 3.0

Netherlands 219 727 3.0

Total EU15 6,027 23,608 83.3

Total 7,227 32,037 100,0

Country installed Total 2001 end 2001

Germany 80.9 194.7

Netherlands 7.7 20.5

Spain 3.5 15.6

France 2.6 13.9

Austria 1.7 6.6

Italy 1.0 20.0

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RES-e Directive (1)

Targets (%)

1997 2010 2000 2010

share target share target

Austria 70.0 78.1Cyprus0.056.0

Belgium 1.1 6.0 Czech Republic3.88.0

Denmark 8.7 29.0 Estonia0.25.1

Finland 24.7 31.5 Hungary0.73.6

France 15.0 21.0 Latvia42.449.3

Germany 4.5 12.5 Lithuania3.37.0

Greece 8.6 20.1 Malta05.0

Ireland 3.6 13.2 Poland1.67.5

Italy 16.0 25.0 Slovak Republic17.931

Luxembourg 2.1 5.7 Slovenia 29.9 33.6

Netherlands 3.5 9.0

Portugal 38.5 39.0

Spain 19.9 29.4 EU1522

Sweden 49.1 60.0 acceding countries11

UK 1.7 10.0 EU2521

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"RES-e Directive" (2)

Directive 2001/77/EC on the promotion of electricity produced from renewable energy sources in the internal electricity market

  • Promotion of RES-e through:
  • quantified national targets
  • national support scheme
  • simplification of national administrative procedures
  • guaranteed access
  • monitoring of results

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OPET RES-e

Boosting local technology uptake - an OPET action to support the objectives of the RESe Directive

  • Objectives:
  • triggering local implementation of RESe technologies
  • linking policy & technology
  • combining local technology-oriented action with international co-operation
  • fostering a European internal market & a European Research Area
  • Partners:
  • 18 Partners from 13 countries (A, FIN, SL, PL, E, F, CZ, UK, S, B, IN, CN)
  • Coordinator: O.Ö. Energiesparverband

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Implementation of the RES-e Directive

in Upper Austria

  • Share of renewables: increased from 25 % to 30 % (2000)
  • (14 % hydro, 14 % biomass, 2 % solar)
  • Targets for RES-e
  • Guaranteed grid access
  • Simplified permission procedures
  • Mandatory electricity labelling

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Funding RES-e:

National feed-in tariff & "ÖKOP"

Examples

  • PV: 3,700 /kW investment subsidy
  • biogas: feed-in tariff (10.3 - 16.5 Cent/kWh) & max. 100,000 Euro investment subsidy
  • wind: up to 9.5 Cent/kWh
  • biomass: 10.2 - 16 Cent/kWh
  • small hydro: 3.15 - 6.25 Cent/kWh & max. 50,000 Euro investment subsidy & energy advice

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Examples: Recent RES-e plants in Upper Austria

  • Wind power plant "Vorderweißenbach":
  • 1.8 MW
  • public participation
  • "Froschbergkirche":
  • PV-plant on a church building
  • 50 kW
  • TPF scheme
  • "Biomass CHP plant for Linz":
  • 30 MW biomass CHP plant
  • district heating plant for the capital city of Linz

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World Sustainable Energy Days 2004

International conference 3-5 March 2004, Wels/Austria

  • Green Electricity Forum 4-5 March 2004 (OPET event):- overview of recent trends worldwide- presentation of R&D projects & results
  • Other events- European Pellets Conference- Megatrends of Sustainable Energy - Poster Presentation- Exhibition & trade show "Energiesparmesse"

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