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1 Ryk evt. underoverskrift en linje ned (tryk enter), hvis titel er på to linjer. Titel kan stå i to linjer. Du kan vælge en anden forside: tryk ‘nyt dias’ og vælg ‘forside – valgfrit billede. Slet herefter denne forside. AEEC Summer Camp Conference 2012 Energy Law in Denmark – Recent developments with a focus on electric cars Søren Hornbæk Svendsen 24 August 2012

2 page 2 ›Status on energy regulation and objectives in EU/Denmark ›Influence of the 2012 Agreement on the transportation sector ›Regulation and challenges of electric cars in Denmark ›Electric cars - why, how and when? ›Why are electric cars economically advantageous in Denmark ›Status on electric cars in Denmark Agenda

3 page 3 Regulation and objectives from EU ›The Renewable Energy Directive (2009/38/EC) - Objectives ›By 2020 renewable energy should account for 20 % of the EU’s final energy consumption EU Member state2009 Figure2020 target% to cover United Kingdom2.9 %15 %12.1 % Ireland5.1 %16 %10.9 % Denmark19.7 %30 %10.3 % France12.4 %23 %10.6 % Spain13 %20 %7 % Greece7.9 %18 %10.1 % EU11.6 %20 %8.4 % Italy7.8 %17 %9.2 % Belgium3.8 %13 %9.2% Germany9.7%18 %8.3% Portugal25.7 %31 %5.3% Source: The Renewable Energy Directive (2009/38/EC)

4 page 4 Regulation and objectives from EU ›The Renewable Energy Directive (2009/38/EC) - Objectives ›By 2020 renewable energy sources shall make up 10 % of the energy consumed in the transportation sector. RegulationObjective EU (2009/38/EC)10 % Denmark – 2008 agreement5.75 % (reached 2012) Denmark – 2012 agreement10 %

5 page 5 ›Legal frameworks and objectives in Denmark: ›Agreement of 21 February 2008 (for the period ) ›Reached objectives: ›Renewable energy to represent 20 % of the Danish gross energy consumption ›Acts regarding renewable energy consolidated in one act (Act on Renewable Energy) ›Public tender/procurement regarding the building of two wind farms, Anholt (2x200 MW) ›Agreement of 22 March 2012 (for the period ) ›Main objectives : ›Wind energy to represent 50 % of the Danish gross electricity consumption by 2020 ›Renewable energy to represent 100 % of the total Danish Energy consumption by 2050 ›1,000 MW increase in offshore wind capacity, new capacity of 500 MW at near-shore areas, and a 500 MW increase in onshore capacity ›Establishment of an intelligent electricity system  smart grid ›Electricity and biogas in the transportation sector Status on energy regulation and objectives in Denmark

6 page 6 ›Political agreement on the fact that the transportation sector needs a radical reorginazation from conventional cars to alternative propellants e.g. electricity and bio mass ›A strategy for the promotion of e-cars, hybrid plug-in cars etc. shall be prepared to support the launch of chargers for e-cars and infrastructure for hydrogen and gas in the transportation sector ›Fuel has to be added 10 per cent of biofuel in 2020 – to reach the objectives specified in The Renewable Energy Directive (2009/387/EC) ›Extension of the electric car pilot scheme Influence of the 2012 Agreement on the transportation sector

7 page 7 ›Main Legal framework: ›Danish Electricity Supply Act ›Implements the EU electricity directive ›Other: ›Tax law, standardisation law, law on spatial planning etc. Regulation and challenges of Electric cars in Denmark

8 page 8 ›Free choice of electricity supplier ›When charging at home ›When charging elsewhere – roaming ›Installation of charging stations and metering ›Unbundling requirements Regulation and challenges of Electric cars in Denmark

9 page 9 ›Security of supply ›Reduction of CO2–emissions – very few initiatives in the Transport Sector ›Local environment impact – reduction of air pollution ›Efficient use of energy ›The use of electric vehicles is one of the keys to fit in more RE in the electricity system Why do we need electric cars/alternative propellants

10 page 10 ›Subsidy schemes ›In general the registration of a car in Denmark is charged a tax on 180 % of the basic value of the car ›Electrically powered cars are not charged this registration tax at least until 2015 ›The exemption of tax is on the condition that the engine is 100 % powered by electricity ›A Renault Fluence Z.E costs DKK while a similar Renault Laguna charged registration tax costs DKK ›Due to the existing tax regulation of hybrid cars an Opel Ampere costs DKK 626,670 (DKK 341,955 in Germany) ›Smart grid and intellectual electricity meters How – public initiatives

11 page 11 ›Better Place ›Battery change stations ›Drive [Denmark] Electric ›Clever ›Quick charge ›Danish Electric Vehicle Alliance How - Private initiatives

12 page 12 ›Consumer behaviour: ›80 per cent drive below kilometers a day ›Cars are out of use 22 hours a day ›Easy to drive. Many are able to drive an electric car ›More comfortable: less noise and petrol fumes ›Change of mind ›It takes time to change the habits of consumers ›Research shows that it takes between years for new tecnology to break through When - Electric cars and consumers?

13 page 13 Status on E-cars in Denmark Cars registered in Denmark Electric carsTotal carsPer cent of total number of cars , % Overall10632,304, % Source: Danske Bilimportører


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