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1 CHP IN GREECE Costas G. Theofylaktos Mechanical Engineer, MSc Board of Directors HACHP Member, Exec. Committee COGEN EUROPE March 2009 Meeting 20 th March, WADE, Rome Italy
2 CHP SITUATION IN GREECE Liberalized energy market, according to Directives and 2773/99 Law, but in reality, only PPC produces 96% of electricity - Similar situation in NG. Slow process in Energy issues. RES produces approx. 2% of total electricity – Target: 500 MWe PV, and more than 10000 MWe wind by 20202 – Difficult to be achieved. ~ 250 MW e CHP installed, in industry (refineries, paper), tertiary (clinics, private hospitals, etc) and agricultural sector (greenhouses) and about 1,5% of total electricity is produced by CHP. Aluminum of Greece is installing 334 MW e CHP in its industrial site – in monitoring phase – operation: 2 nd semester 2009. Today, many of them are out of operation due to existing Energy prices (high NG price, low electricity selling price, etc). Feed-in-Tariff for CHP electricity to the grid is paid as RES (80.14 E/MWh). 29.1.2009: transposition Law for CHP, according to 2004/8/EC.
3 HELLENIC ASSOCIATION CHP HACHP is established in 1996 From 1997 member of COGEN EUROPE Non-profit, scientific organization HACHP members: physical persons & Cos Almost all players involved in CHP, in Greece – Relations with RES Assocs – Ministry of Development. HACHP organized a SE Europe CHP Conference, in 1995, with participants from all countries. Participation to National and EU Programmes (CODE, EDUCOGEN, etc) URL: www.hachp.gr and email : firstname.lastname@example.org
4 WHAT IS CODE ? The CODE (Cogeneration Observatory and Dissemination Europe) project is an EU wide independent assessment of the progress of the CHP Directive 2004/08/EC. By giving rapid assessment on the Directives deployment the CODE project supports early corrective action. By building regional knowledge bases and providing examples of best practice, the project enables more rapid market development.
5 ABOUT CODE by building a central database of European cogeneration policy it creates the first complete summary of high efficiency cogeneration across Europe and the baseline measure for future studies. The project uses a regional structure to review and report on the M-S progress. Guarantees of OriginRegional groupings provide a M-S and regional summary starting with the high efficiency CHP national potentials followed by support mechanisms, barriers and Guarantees of Origin process.
6 ABOUT CODE (2) A regional view will be taken on progress and a handbook of case studies developed to speed up market penetration, through referential marketing and best practice spread. Comparisons between policy approaches will be made against three standard test cases. European Cogeneration RoadmapA European Cogeneration Roadmap leading to 2020 will be produced.
7 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Identify national potential for the application of high efficiency cogeneration, and report on progress to achieving the potentials Provide an analysis of barriers to achieving the identified national potential Ensure that support mechanisms for cogeneration are provided only for high efficiency cogeneration Take measures to ensure that purchase of electricity by cogenerators is on the basis of published tariffs terms and conditions Appoint an independent body to administer a Guarantees of Origins scheme for cogenerated electricity.
8 PARTNERS OF CODE The following Organizations are partners of the CODE Project: - COGEN Europe (manager) - HACHP (Greece) - CHPA (UK) - JSI (Slovenia) - FAST (Italy) All above are National members of COGEN EUROPE and each one is of the four regional co-ordinators.
9 DURATION & BUDGET OF CODE The CODE project begun in October 2008 and it will end in 2011. The budget of the Programme is 1,1 mil Euros approx.