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Præsentation for Danske Motorjournalister. Torben V. Holm DONG Energy. Sprogø, 16 august 2010. DONG Energy – an integrated Northern European energy company -with activities across the entire energy value chain. E&P. Generation. Energy Markets. Sales & Distribution. Thermal. Renewables.

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Pr sentation for danske motorjournalister
Præsentation forDanske Motorjournalister

Torben V. Holm

DONG Energy

Sprogø, 16 august 2010


Pr sentation for danske motorjournalister

DONG Energy – an integrated Northern European energy company

-with activities across the entire energy value chain

E&P

Generation

Energy Markets

Sales & Distribution

Thermal

Renewables

Power distribution

Gas distribution

Offshore wind

Onshore wind

Hydro power

Purchase, sale and transport of power and gas

Gas storage

Power and gas customers

Focusarea

Central power plants

Strong and growing equity gas position

The leading thermal generator on Nord Pool

  • Expanding renewables portfolio

  • Market leader in offshore wind

Leading position in power and natural gas infrastructure

Denmark's largest seller of power and natural gas

Growing sales across UK, NL and Germany


Strategy for transforming the production of power and heat in dong energy
Strategy for transforming the production of power and heat in DONG Energy

15/85

85/ 15

50 / 50

VISION

  • To provide reliable energy without CO2

638

g CO2/kWh1

320

g CO2/kWh

100

g CO2/kWh

STRATEGY

  • Eliminate 50% of CO2-emission per kWh before 2020

  • Eliminate 85% of CO2-emission per kWh before 2040

2040

2020

2006

1) 2006 total heat and power production 28,5 TWh eleq/ CO2- emissions 18,2 mt = 638 g CO2/kWh


Wind is key to the low carbon transition and dong energy will continue to be a world leader
Wind is key to the low carbon transition – and DONG Energy will continue to be a world leader

IN OPERATION

Nygårdsfjellet II

2011 onshore

UNDER CONSTRUCTION (commissioning year)

Nygårdsfjellet I

onshore

Storrun

2009 onshore

Horns Rev 2 2009, offshore

Walney 1 + 2,

2011 & 2012,

offshore

Other Danish on- and offshore1

Nysted

offshore

Karnice

2009, onshore

Barrow

offshore

HR 1 offshore

Karcino

2009, onshore

Gunfleet Sands 1+ 2 2009, offshore

STRONG POSITION THROUGH INDUSTRAILIZATION OF OFFSHORE

OPTIMIZED PLANNING AND EXECUTION OF PIPELINEStrong in-house construction competence to secure portfolio synergies

SIEMENS AGREEMENT 1800 MW supply agreement with steady supply

OPTIMAL OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONAcquisition of A2SEA world-leading installation vessels and crew

Burbooffshore

Lake Ostrowo

onshore

Ploudalmezeau

onshore

London Array

2012, offshore

*DONG Energy's share


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0 will continue to be a world leader

Wind power production'sshare of power consumption 2007

Denmark

Spain

Portugal

Ireland

Germany

EU-27*

Greece

Netherlands

Austria

UK

Estonia

Italy

Sweden

France

Lithuania

Luxenbourg

Latvia

Belgium

Bulgaria

Poland

Czech Republic

Hungary

Finland

Stovakia

Romania


The correlation between wind power production export and electricity prices
The correlation between wind power-production, export and electricity prices

Hours in in one year = 8,760 hours

Wind

Price

Export

Export

  • Today:

  • Denmark exports a large share of produced wind energy – at low prices

  • DONG Energy's calculations:

  • Additional 1000 MW wind power in western Denmark will produce 3,8 TWh – 3,2 TWh hereof will be exported

  • The majority of the power needed for the electric cars can be sourced through reduced export.

  • Our preliminary calculations show that 70% of the necessary power can be provided that way


The challenge of balancing production and consumption
The challenge of balancing production and consumption electricity prices

Consumption and wind energy production in West Denmark from 4-17 December 2006

Wind production

Consumption

- - - Double wind production capacity


Energinet dk computed power imbalance for horns reef 1 2 400 mw

Even across short time intervals the electricity prices windpower production varies highly, creating a need for system balancing

Energinet.dk: Computed power imbalance for Horns Reef 1 & 2 = 400 MW

Zero = production forecast

Fluctuation of -100/+175 MW in 15-20 minutes is possible

That will require ~¼ power plant ramped up and down within 15 minutes


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Udfordring electricity prices 2: Uintelligentladning

Normal-scenarie med opkoblingvedhjemkomstefterarbejdstidsophør

Vil med 200.000 biler i DONG Energy’s forsyningsområde i 2020 kræve en udbyging af distributionskapaciteten i lavspændingsnettet med 92 pct.

Heraf vil ca. 50 pct. stamme fra elbiler

Men den leverede energi til bilerne vil kun repræsentere en stigning på 6%

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Intelligent electricity prices ladning

Ladningstidspunktetflyttettil timer med lavefterspørgselogtilhørende lave priser

  • Intelligent ladning udnytter

  • Overkapacit i elproduktionen

  • Lav efterspørgsel fra andre forbrugsenheder

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Consequently the goals for dong energy are
Consequently, the goals for DONG Energy are … electricity prices

  • To secure a more value-creating demand for electricity

  • To make sure that most charging takes place at price low-points (typically between 22 and 05)

  • To make sure that EV-operators and their customers are reasonably incentivised to behave rationally


Which means do we have
Which means do we have ? electricity prices

  • Tarif structure

    • distribution tarif

    • fixed versus percentage based taxes on power

  • Metering infratructure

    • Implementation costs

    • Annual operational costs

  • Car registration tax exemption for EV's (or subsidy)

    • But what about PHEV's

    • And what about a gradual change of taxation policy towards congestions taxes


The next big issue standardisation
The Next Big Issue: Standardisation electricity prices

1. Plugs

2. One or three phases – will determine charging time pr. kwh

3. Communication interfaces

- choice will impact billing solution and business model options

- must support integration with power supplier

- can enable network interoperability


Roaming a play on metcalfe s law
Roaming – a play on Metcalfe's law electricity prices

From Wikipedea:

Metcalfe's law states that the value of a

telecommunications network is proportional

to the square of the number of connected

users of the system (n2).

First formulated in this form by George Gilder

in 1993,[1] and attributed to Robert Metcalfe

in regard to Ethernet,

Implication is that if EV-owners belonging to

one charging network can get access to power

through another network a value gain is realised

In other words, market fragmentation shall

be avoided and roaming possibilities between

networks ought to be promoted


Charging in the public domain and roaming functionality
Charging in the Public Domain and Roaming functionality electricity prices

Energy supplier #1

Energy Supplier #2

Energy Supplier #3

EV Operator #1

EV Operator #2

Billing

Billing

Roaming

Roaming

Service and controlmodule

Service and controlmodule

SLAs

SLAs

CS

CS

Public Charging service provider + clearing house

CS

CS

CS

CS

Standards:

Plug: IEC 62196-2 type 2

(Mennekes)

Identificationcard: ISO 14443

(SIM-card standard)

Clearing

Switchboard

Communication line

CS

CS

Energy line

Financial line


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Charging in the Public Domain and Roaming functionality (with multiple energy suppliers pr. chargespot)

Energy supplier #1

Energy Supplier #2

Energy Supplier #3

EV Operator #1

EV Operator #2

Billing

Billing

Roaming

Roaming

Service and controlmodule

Service and controlmodule

SLAs

SLAs

CS

CS

Public Charging service provider + clearing house

CS

CS

CS

CS

Standards:

Plug: IEC 62196-2 type 2

(Mennekes)

Identificationcard: ISO 14443

(SIM-card standard)

Clearing

Switchboard

Communication line

CS

CS

Energy line

Financial line


Metering and charging with multiple suppliers
Metering and charging (with multiple suppliers) (with multiple energy suppliers pr. chargespot)

Energinet.dk

Suppliers

Fleet operator

From suppl. 1

∑ (M2 DK1) +

∑ (M2 DK2)

M2 (suppl. 1)

Billing

Billing

Energinet.dk

DataHub

M2 (suppl. N)

From suppl. N

Fleet operator

database

Database

∑ (M2 DK1) +

∑ (M2 DK2)

M2

Invoice

to car customer

CS

M2

M2

Grid Company

Electricity delivered by the Supplier

Consumption data per delivery point per hour

Consumption data per delivery point per hour per supplier

Bill per month pr. supplier based upon aggregated fleet operator data per area (DK1/DK2)

Bill pr. month (according to contract) based on aggregation of billing data from misc. energy suppliers