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The significance of the CEEH research to DONG Energy Per Ponsaing Dept. Mgr. Environment & Authority
The DONG Energy Group is the merger of six companies in 6 companies 4500 employees Offices various places in Denmark Affiliates in a number of European countries
GENERATION - HCASA 3 PRODUCTIONOPTIMISATION SALES AND DISTRIBUTION NATURAL GAS OIL RENEWABLE ENERGY COAL BIOMASS PRIVATE CLIENTS PUBLIC CLIENTS BUSINESS CLIENTS WHOLE- SALE ENERGY EXCHANGES DONG ENERGY – Business Model Power
GENERATION - HCASA 4 DONG Energy thermal production facilities in DK Skærbæk power plant Ensted power plant Asnæs power plant Stigsnæs power plant Kyndby power plant Avedøre power plant Herning DTU Køge Maribo-Sakskøbing Masnedø Haslev Ringsted Slagelse Frederikshavn Måbjerg Grenaa Odense Haderslev Svanemølle power plant H.C. Ørsted power plant Horsens Studstrup power plant Esbjerg power plant Vejen Central power plants Small-scale CHP plants Waste-to-energy plants 2006 figures for thermal electricity production in DK: DONG Energy:22,9 GWh 53,3% Vattenfall: 7,4 GWh 17,2% Others:12,6 GWh 29,5% All:42,9 GWh100%
GENERATION - HCASA 5 All DONG Energy production facilities in DK Skærbæk power plant Ensted power plant Asnæs power plant Stigsnæs power plant Kyndby power plant Avedøre power plant Herning DTU Køge Maribo-Sakskøbing Masnedø Haslev Ringsted Slagelse Frederikshavn Måbjerg Grenaa Odense Haderslev Svanemølle power plant H.C. Ørsted power plant Horsens Studstrup power plant Esbjerg power plant Vejen Central power plants Small-scale CHP plants Waste-to-energy plants Offshore wind turbines Onshore wind turbines Horns Rev 1 Nysted
6 Policy for Quality, Health, Safety and Environment In DONG Energy we: strive for keeping our customers satisfied and consult them on appropriate use of our products. motivate, train and involve our employees in quality, working environment and environmental work. work to achieve a healthy and safe working environment. continuously seek to minimise resource use and environmental impacts. prioritise suppliers and business partners with quality, working environment and environmental policies which they abide by. set goals, assess results and continuously improve them, and be the best in the business. ensure observance of applicable laws and work in accordance with recognised standards and norms. communicate openly on goals and results in quality, working environment and environment.
GENERATION - HCASA 7 Within research and development our most important focal points are the development of highly efficient power plants, renewable energy sources and technologies to reduce the impacts on the environment of our power plants. The three main projects right now are: RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION AD700 – Advanced steam data, 700 degrees Celsius steam temperature The objective of the project is to develop new materials which will allow an increase of the boiler steam temperature to 700 °C to ensure a higher output rate and lower CO 2 emissions. CASTOR – CO 2 from Capture to Storage The objective of the project is to separate CO 2 from the power plant flue gases and to investigate the possibilities of re-using the carbon dioxide for enhanced oil production in oil fields. IBUS – Integrated Biomass Utilisation System The objective of the project is to process biomass like straw into ethanol (alcohol) for use as an additive to gasoline. The process is energy-heavy and there are good synergies to be obtained in the production of ethanol in connection with power plants.
Quantification of the environmental impact DONG Energy and CEEH The quantification of the environmental impact at different production/consumption scenarios is important for DONG Energy's decision process. The results of CEEH will undoubtably influence the political process in Denmark. Therefore it is important for us to follow the work to see that right data are used for the CEEH calculations correct assumptions about future technology are used for the scenarios Since 1997 DONG Energy have been investigating our environmental impacts through Life Cycle Assessments.
LCA of Danish electricity and district heating DONG Energy and CEEH
Energy production in Denmark 2001 Natural gasOil CoalOtherOther power st. Wind + hydro Conversion losses Losses Co-genera- ted heat Export Habitation Farming IndustryTrade & service Other Phase shift Primary trans- mission losses Net loss Electricity Co-generated heat Central power plants DONG Energy and CEEH
GENERATION - HCASA 11 Wholesale markets of North European power exchanges such as Nord Pool and the German EEX – European Energy Exchange. The price is determined on the basis of supply and demand. Exchange with our neighbouring countries 1700 MW 1300 MW 620 MW 520 MW 950 MW 1000 MW 950 MW 1500 MW 550 MW NORWAY SWEDEN GERMANY DK1 DK2