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1 The Energy Technology Partnership Dr Simon Puttock Executive Director, ETP KT Scotland Conference, 2010

2 Scotland: Energy Resources and Industry Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) Knowledge Exchange - examples Summary Energy Research Pooling and KE

3 Large energy resource, conventional and renewable; Priority industry with ca companies (oil/gas, >2000; power generation & utilities, ; renewables, ); Gross Value Added to the Scottish economy is some £18 billion, one of the highest of all industry sectors; More that 100,000 energy jobs with potential for 60,000 additional ‘green jobs’; Strong KE track record but potential for much more. Scotland: Energy Resources and Industry

4 The Energy Technology Partnership is..... An alliance of Scottish Universities, engaged in world class energy related Research, Development and Demonstration (RD&D) 250 academics researchers = Scale + Substance Largest, most broad based power and energy research partnership in Europe

5 Technology Focus Areas Wind energy Marine energy Bio-energy Solar energy Energy materials Power systems and networks Built environment / DSM Energy conversion and storage Oil and gas Carbon capture and storage

6 Strategic Objectives Capacity Building Relationship Building Internationalisation Economic Impact "Deepening and broadening existing relationships and partnerships to promote increased collaboration." "Promoting the expertise and capabilities within the ETP, to develop new strategic relationships with industry, academia and others." "Projecting the scale and expertise of the ETP on the international stage in order to promote new outreach and knowledge exchange opportunities." "Connecting the work of the ETP with Scottish Policy and economic development opportunities for Scotland." - strong focus on knowledge exchange

7 Knowledge Exchange R&D Outcomes Industry Proof of Concept Specialist Centres Industry Doctorates Energy Laboratory Industry Projects Spin-Outs Knowledge Exchange – Performance and Measurement Translation

8 Proof of Concept Programme Oil and Gas 13 Renewables 7 Power Systems 6 Other 2 - an indicator of market-focussed R&D

9 Industry Doctorate Programme £4m programme. 50 SPIRIT-funded students, with a further 50 in phase 2 to deliver >100 Energy Industry Doctorates over 5 years. First intake October 2010; Industry are co-investors, support project specification and engage directly with the research and other planned KE activities (workshops, summer schools etc.); Doctorates will quickly contribute to industry, increase research capacity of ETP and significantly enhance energy sector KE and innovation.

10 Specialist Centres - examples Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre Scottish Power Advanced Research Centre Scottish and Southern Energy Research Centre Scottish Centre for Carbon Storage Centre for Gas Hydrate Research Scottish Offshore Materials Centre Centre for the Built Environment Bio-fuel Research Centre Converteam Advanced Technology Centre

11 AIn Hub Asset Support Services Potential Users Funding Assets (>£200m invested) Energy related; Third party access; National/international significance. Hub Business Development:-  Facilitating access;  Knowledge exchange;  Promotion/marketing;  Partnering/collaboration;  Strategic development. Scottish Energy Laboratory R&D Knowledge Exchange MarketingInnovation ?

12 Scottish Energy Laboratory Wave Site – Billia Croo Research, Development, Demonstration and Deployment Support services: Coordination, R&D input, Funding, Innovation etc. + Technology Alliances: (1) Wind Energy, (2) Marine Energy, (3) CCS

13 Design and evaluation of next generation offshore wind turbine systems: Helm Wind NOVA Monitoring Performance analysis and environmental monitoring of marine devices: ReDAPT PeraWatt …. a £1.1bn initiative ETI Programme Associates Public Sector ETI Project Partners ETP is a Project Partner in 5 Programmes Industry Projects – example 1

14 ETP University and Industry participation is significant Principal Investigator/Leadership: Future Network Technologies Flexible Networks Marine Energy Research (I and II) Highly Distributed Power Systems (I and II) Energy Storage Wind Energy Technologies Delivery of Sustainable Hydrogen Programme Participant: Asset Management & Performance of Energy Systems Sustainable Hydrogen Energy Biomass and Bio-energy Biological Fuel Cells Excitonic Solar Cells Fuel Cells (Photovoltaic Materials for the 21st Century) (Conventional Power Plant Lifetime Extension) Industry Projects – example 2

15 Spin-outs - examples MTEM, 2003 PoC, bought in 2007 for $275m; electromagnetic imaging “The researchers are developing a new geophysical technology (patent pending) which will dramatically reduce the cost of finding oil.” - from PoC application HYDRAFACT, 2006 spin-out; oil & gas flow assurance Smarter Grid solutions, 2008 spin-out; active network management. NGenTec, PoC, 2009 spin out; generator technology Epistemy, 2009 spin-out; oil and gas reservoir software

16 Performance and Measurement ETP Member Universities Consultancy CPD KTP PoC SEEKIT Licences Patents Spin-outs Energy network KE Plan X-cutting opportunities Energy Focus An opportunity and a challenge Knowledge Exchange (KTG) Measures Knowledge Exchange Performance

17 Knowledge Exchange R&D Outcomes Industry Proof of Concept Specialist Centres Industry Doctorates Energy Laboratory Industry Projects Spin-Outs Knowledge Exchange – Performance and Measurement Translation

18 Scotland has vast energy resources with a strong conventional and renewable energy industry sector; ETP has world class expertise in energy R&D across a range of energy sectors; ETP has a strong track record in knowledge exchange and is seeking new opportunities for mutual research, innovation and business benefit. Summary

19 The Energy Technology Partnership Thank You


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