Public aids Thermal biomass Solar thermal at low temperature Sola photovoltaic Small biogas plants Processing of biomass Biofuel pump Geothermal Minihydroelectric - -Establishment and maintenance of a regulatory framework that enables the development of Renewable Energies in line with the set objectives, the technical requirements and the characteristics of the transmission and distribution network. - - Regulation by public tender procedures for wind power plants and other technologies in the special regime (biomass and solar) - - Enhance the speed and flexibility in the processing of projects. Renewable Energy promotion and development RegulationRegulation Investment promotion
INTELLIGENT NETWORKS AND DISTRIBUTED GENERATION RENEWABLE ENERGY ENERGY EFFICIENCY ELECTRIC VEHICLES AND SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY R&D+i Strategy HYDROGEN ENERGY CROPS AND BIOFUELS CLEAN COAL USE, AND EMISSIONS REDUCTION OF CO2 CAPTURE Priority action lines
Hydrogen new technologies Private non profit foundation. Is Key instrument to promote strategic projects about renewable hydrogen, electric vehicles, energy efficiency...
STEP PROJECT Improving Communities Sustainable Energy Policy Tools Programme: Interreg IVC, financed by the European Regional Development Fund, helps regions share solutions. General objectives : Reduction energy consumption and CO2 emissions and increase the rate of renewable energy sources. Promoting regional energy self-sufficiency and energy diversification in line with the EU climate and energy policies. Exchange and transfer of policy practices and elaboration of a comprehensive interregional policy practice guide on local sustainable energy concepts and energy management systems. To support the implementation of sustainable energy actions by identifying adequate financing possibilities Networking and interregional capacity building of local authorities staff in the field of sustainable energy planning and implementation 8 partners from 6 countries: Hungary: STRIA (Regional Innovation Agency). Government of Mohács. Spain: Government of Aragon. ARGEM Finland: Kainuun Etu ltd. Regional Development Agency. Germany: Saxon Energy Agency. Poland: ARLEG (Regional Development Agency) Ireland: Midland Regional Authority. Mid-West Regional Authority Project duration: 3 years. January December Total Project Budget: ERDF Funding: ARAGON Budget: ,45 ERDF Funding : ,45
ELYGRID – GOAL OF THE PROJECT ELYGRID Project aims at contributing to the reduction of the total cost of hydrogen produced via electrolysis coupled to renewable energy sources (mainly wind turbines), and focusing on mega watt size electrolyzers (from 0,5 MW and up). MAIN IDEAS: - Big size alkaline electrolyzers - Leitmotiv: reduction of Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) - Prototyping and testing with intermittent feeding - Industrialization and market oriented approach
HyUnder, Assessment of the potential, the actors and relevant business cases for large scale and seasonal storage of renewable electricity by hydrogen underground storage in Europe (www.hyunder.eu )www.hyunder.eu Duration 24 months, from 18/06/2012 to 17/06/2014 Budget: / Funding: project partners f rom 7 countries (D, F, UK, ES, NL, RO, B): 7 institutes or consultants, 3 large industry, 2 SMEs. Six members from RG or IG Project achievements: Project & Partner Description
European Case Studies Development of individual case studies on hydrogen underground storage for Germany, Spain, the UK, Romania, France and the Netherlands, all based on a common methodology: Regional storage prototype location analysis Economic scenario type assessment, Introduction of hydrogen into different markets. Sensitivity analysis based on scenarios assumptions. Comparison of the results of the individual case studies. Project achievements: Targets and Approach Source: KBB Underground Technologies GmbH
Marina Sevilla Tello General Director of Energy and Mining Government of Aragon Spain