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1 Helping businesses access the commercial opportunities in the supply chain of the new and renewable energy marketplace. Provides a range of support activities focussed on market intelligence, innovation, and diversification. David Terry Renewable Energy Supply Chain Opportunities

2  Build on the existing manufacturing and engineering skills in the Region.  UK renewable energy market - £31.1 billion (2007/8). Projected growth: 7.61% in 2011/2 (Innovas, 2009)  UK national target for renewable energy - 15% by 2020  Funded by Advantage West Midlands  Duration: October 2009 – March 2014  Managed by the Institute for Environmental Sustainability and Regeneration (IESR) – Staffordshire University The RESCO Programme Background and rationale

3 Renewables 2011 In the news “91 per cent growth for UK wind energy employment” (RUK 1/2/11) “PM announces £60m to establish offshore wind manufacturing at ports” (N.10 25/10/10 ) “Siemens chooses Hull for wind turbine plant generating 700 jobs (Guardian 20/1/11) “UK leads world in offshore wind capacity (20/1/11 Newnet)

4 1.Power Generation and Transmission Grid Connection – Large and Small Scale Efficient Energy Transmission Technology Energy Conversion and Storage Key Markets  Component Supply, Technical Innovation, Installation The RESCO Programme Technology areas 2.Wind and Marine Power Round 3 offshore wind development + STW, 1&2 extensions  47GW by 2020 (The Crown Estate, 2010) (~9400 offshore wind turbines) Components, logistics, O&M and professional services

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6 The RESCO Programme Technology areas 3.Bioenergy Biofuels: Bio-crops, waste wood, biowaste Anaerobic Digestion, pyrolysis Waste separation and transport, plant operation, component manufacture, planning, legal service, training etc. 4.Small Scale Renewables Solar thermal, PV, GSHP and ASHP, small scale wind and hydro, micro CHP. Manufacture, Installation, planning, consultancy, modelling

7 RESCO is for companies with REAL capability and opprtunities in renewables. Market Intelligence – working within major markets to access and develop requirements Technical Development Groups 1-1 Support Networks and Events Access R & D Skills The RESCO Programme Support Process COMPANY CONTACTS Power Generation and Transmission Wind and Marine Bioenergy Small scale renewables Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technologies Eligibility assessment and referral INITIAL ENGAGEMENT Capability Assessment Client engagement summary INITIAL ENGAGEMENT Capability Assessment Client engagement summary Scoping visit On-care support Development Groups

8 RESCO - What is Different? Supply Chain Support programme for Businesses based in the UK West Midlands. RESCO is NOT about general advice RESCO Model is to engage directly with the Market developers Offshore Wind Developer /Tier 1 / Tier 2 Local Authority Energy From Waste Schemes Housing Retro Fit Using this knowledge allows: Company Specific Market Research - benchmarking Identify key market opportunities for WM Companies Identification of key barriers to growth or entry into each market sector Skills needs, Quality Standards, Information access etc.

9 Some Key Partnerships.... Key Partnerships Birmingham City Council – Birmingham Energy Savers / Aim High Converteam Alstom Grid Eon Stoke City Council The Crown Estate / DECC – Member of National Offshore Wind Supply Chain Committee Support Access to industry Specialists – University and Support Framework Placements KTPs RESEARCH Wardell Armstrong, Optimat, Quadcom, Encraft, MEA,

10 Development Groups ThemeTopicStart Date Wind and MarineOff-shore O & MNovember 2010 Wind and MarineIntelligent SystemsNovember 2010 Wind and MarineRemote Asset MonitoringDecember 2010 Power and Transmission Smart Metering Systems development January 2011 Small RenewablesManufacturing Opportunities in the Solar PV supply Chain January 2011 Small RenewablesElectronics and ControlsFebruary 2011 Small RenewablesInstallations opportunitiesFebruary 2011 BioEnergyProcess Modelling and SimulationMarch 2011 BioEnergyManufacturing OpportunitiesMarch 2011

11 Offshore Wind Opportunties for the Midlands Round 3 Offshore Wind - Supply Chain Conference 2011 – National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull February 16 th 2011 – Working with DECC and The Crown Estate Key Developers and Tier 1 /2 Industry Representatives – Eon – Alstom Grid – Siemens Transmission and Distribution – Repower UK Ltd. – Converteam Ltd, – Mitsubishi Power Systems Europe Ltd. See event report at

12 Variety of Opportunities DesignBuildOperationDecommission Feasibility Site Assessment Geotechnics EIA Design Studies Project Design Project Management Legal Financing Turbine Rotor Components Tower Electrical Construction Access Platforms Power /Transmission Cables SCADA Systems Lighting Logistics Heavy Lifting Inspection Remote Monitoring Repair Maintenance Paint and Coatings Environmental Assessment Dismantle Refurbishment Repowering Recycle Waste Disposal

13 Utility / OwnerDesignDeveloper Special Support BuildMain Contractor/Installation Contractor Raw Material Supply Component Manufacture System Assemble and Integration FabricationInstallationOperate Owner /Manager / Operator Operation and Maintenance Decommission Asset Owner /Manager Remover Facility / Restore Site

14 Small Scale Renewables RESCO supporting Birmingham Energy Savers project to develop local supply chain. 200,000 houses by 2026 Initial commitment of £100m of capital – install Efficiency and Renewables measures ,000 houses Supply Chain Opportunities and Employment is key objective

15 15 Roll out programme – 200,000 houses by 2026 Year Houses/pa End of BES 3

16 Supply Chain - analyse the measures 16 With thanks to Shap “Community Green Deal” and Urbed

17 Supply Chain – break down

18 What is Bio Energy? UK generates millions of tonnes of organic waste each year Bio Energy Processes Anaerobic digestion- Biological processes to break down biomass producing CH 4 and “digestate”

19 Bio Energy Supply Chain opportunities Investors, financiers and developers Manufacturers of materials, components and integrated systems Construction industry and building trades Landowners, farmers and growers Professional services sectors Waste industry Infrastructure engineers and many more

20 Bio-Energy – Variety of Opportunities

21 Summary Diversification and Development of Local Supply base – Renewable Energy Sector growing by 9% pa – Wind Sector 13% capacity increase p.a. and growing – Focus on Key Market Opportunities e.g. Crown Estates Planning and Communities – Key drive for Technologies – Localism and Communities – Impact of deployment of Renewable Energy Technologies RESCO Framework of Support – Framework of Supplier and University Expertise available as a procured support team. – Website and Market engagement methodology – Network and Market Engagement

22 Helping businesses access the commercial opportunities in the supply chain of the new and renewable energy marketplace. Provides a range of support activities directly focussed on market intelligence, innovation, and diversification. David Terry Renewable Energy Supply Chain Opportunities

23 To Find Out More David Terry Agne Prochorskaitè


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