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Oceans of opportunity Harnessing Europes largest domestic energy resource European Offshore Wind Conference 2009 16 September 2009 Justin Wilkes Head of.

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1 Oceans of opportunity Harnessing Europes largest domestic energy resource European Offshore Wind Conference September 2009 Justin Wilkes Head of Regulatory Affairs European Wind Energy Association

2 The offshore wind power market – current status – future developments National policies and programmes Outline

3 The offshore wind power market – current status – future developments National policies and programmes Outline

4 End 2008: 1.5 GW offshore – 8 EU countries Offshore – current status

5 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) 2008 and 2009: steady as she goes 2008: 366 MW annual installed offshore capacity 1,471 MW cumulative installed offshore capacity 2009: 420 MW annual installed offshore capacity 2,000 MW cumulative installed offshore capacity

6 The offshore wind power market – current status – future developments National policies and programmes Outline

7 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Offshore wind energy market in the EU in 2010 Annual installations of 1,100 MW Cumulative installed capacity of 3,000 MW Electricity production of 11 TWh Meeting 0.3% of total EU electricity demand Avoiding 7 Mt of CO ² annually Annual investments in wind turbines of 2.5 billion

8 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) 2011 – 2020: steady growth of offshore market Offshore wind energy annual and cumulative installations (MW) Source: EWEA : annual installations of 1.5 GW 2020: annual installations of 6.9 GW 2020: cumulative installations of 40 GW

9 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Offshore market growth to follow the onshore pattern Source: EWEA 2009 Historical onshore growth compared to EWEAs offshore projection (MW) Onshore market growth:32% Offshore market growth:28%

10 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) : steady growth of offshore market 2021: annual installations of 7.7 GW 2030: annual installtions of 13.6 GW 2030: cumulative installations of 150 GW Offshore wind energy annual and cumulative installations (MW) Source: EWEA 2009

11 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) 100 GW and counting EWEA has identified proposals for over 100 GW of offshore wind projects in European waters: This would meet 10% of EU electricity demand This would avoid 200Mt of CO ² annually 100+ GW shows the significant level of developer interest EWEA prediction:40 GW by GW by 2030

12 The offshore wind power market – current status – future developments National policies and programmes Outline

13 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown Online: 25.2 MW Current pipeline: 3,755 MW Total: 3,780.2 MW Ireland Source: EWEA 2009

14 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown United Kingdom Source: EWEA 2009 Online: MW Under construction: 1,246 MW Current pipeline: 13,861 MW R1, R2, STW + misc total: 15,704.8 MW UK Round 3: 25,500 MW

15 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown 2020 target : 6,000 MW Online: MW Under construction: 200 MW Current pipeline: 4,615 MW Total: 5,061.8 MW The Netherlands Source: EWEA 2009

16 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown 2020 target: 2,000 MW Online: 30 MW Under construction: 600 MW Current pipeline: 1,114 MW Total: 1,744 MW Belgium Source: EWEA 2009

17 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown France Source: EWEA target: 6,000 MW Under construction: 105 MW Current pipeline: >4,925.5 MW Total: >5,030.5 MW Mediterranean Atlantic

18 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown Objective 2025: 25,000 MW Online: 12 MW (all near shore) Under construction: 1,002.5 MW Pipeline: 23,708 MW Total: 25,322.5 MW Germany Source: EWEA 2009

19 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown Online: MW Under construction: MW Current pipeline: > 1,218 MW Total: > 2, MW Denmark Source: EWEA 2009

20 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown Online: MW Under construction: 30 MW Current pipeline: 10,850 MW Total: 11,013.2 MW Sweden Source: EWEA 2009

21 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown Objective 2020: 1,000 MW Online: 24 MW Current pipeline: 1,306 MW Total: 1,330 MW Finland Source: EWEA 2009

22 Global cumulative wind power capacity (MW) Country breakdown Online: 2.3 MW Current pipeline: 11,296 MW Total: 11,298.3 MW Norway Source: EWEA 2009

23 Country breakdown Source: EWEA 2009 Online: 0 MW Current pipeline: Spain: 4,965 MW Portugal: 301 MW Global cumulative wind power capacity Spain & Portugal W)

24 Spanish Offshore wind zoning exercise

25 Country breakdown Source: EWEA 2009 Italy & Malta (Croatia & Albania) Online: 0 MW Under construction: 83 MW Current pipeline: 8,886.8 MW Total: 8,969.8 MW

26 Thank you very much for your attention RENEWABLE ENERGY HOUSE RUE DARLON B-1040 BRUSSELS T: F: E:


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