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1 Energy Renewable Energies in Germany at a Glance June, 21, 2010, Moscow, Russia Christoph Urbschat, Partner eclareon GmbH Management Consultants on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology

2 Energy The Export Initiative “renewables Made in Germany ”

3 The Renewable Energy Export Initiative Launched by the German Parliament in 2002 and operated by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology Main objectives:  to contribute to climate protection,  to stimulate the acceptance of renewable energy in other countries,  to showcase Germany’s technical and business expertise in the field of renewable energy,  to provide comprehensive support to SMEs as they tap foreign markets.

4 Business information & contact events  Seminars and individual get-togethers with potential business partners from Germany  First-hand information about German renewable energy technologies  Face-to-face contact with experienced German companies in the renewables industry  Organized by local German bilateral chambers of commerce (AHKs) Networking and Business Opportunities in Your Country

5  Internet portal: Information about renewable energies made in Germany, companies and product profiles  Newsletter: germany.com/newsletter Current news and developments, information about projects, applications, upcoming events and more  Virtual market place: International online business platform, unique virtual marketplace and portal for market information Information and Business Opportunities Online

6 Energy Use of Renewable Energy Sources In Germany

7 Structure of RES in final energy consumption in Germany 2008 Source: BMU

8 Electricity Generation (Final Energy) from RES in Germany since 1990 Source: BMU

9 Heat Supply (Final Energy) from RES in Germany since 1990 Source: BMU

10 Structure of Electricity Generation from RES in Germany 2009 Source: BMU 93.5 TWh

11 Structure of Heat Supply from RES in Germany 2009 Source: BMU TWh

12 * Economic impacts of Renewable Energy Sources

13 Source: BMU * Economic impacts of Renewable Energy Sources

14 Source: BMU * Economic impacts of Renewable Energy Sources

15 Bioenergy in Germany 2009 – Overview  > 1,200 Biomass heat plants with capacity over 500 kW th  125,000 pellets heating systems  40 pellets production facilities (2.3 million tons capacity)  > 200 biomass (heat) plants (> 11.7 TWh in 2008)  4,000 biogas plants (10.0 TWh in 2008)  45 biodiesel plants (4.9 million tons capacity)  9 bio ethanol plants (0.88 million tons capacity)  11.4 b € turnover  109,000 employees  58.4 million tons saved CO 2 emissions Source: BBE

16 Importance of Biomass in Germany – Private Households  Nearly 60% of biomass heat is produced by private households (fireplace, wood stove, pellets heating)  Currently about 25% of German households have small biomass heating systems  That is, 9 million systems with average capacity of 9 kW  They use predominantly split logs or pellets  Wood chips systems have a small share of 0.2% in 2007  Pellets are widely used: 125,000 in 2009 Source: DCTI

17 Importance of Biomass in Germany – Industrial Use  Wood fired boilers in 2008:  120,000 boilers with capacity kW  10,000 boilers with capacity kW  3,000 boilers with capacity to 500 kW  Over 1,100 biomass heating plants in 2008 with capacity to 500 kW  Federal market incentive program (MIP)  Since 2000 promotion of biomass and biogas power plants:  70,000 small biomass power plants < 100 kW (126.5 m €)  1,200 biogas power plants  1,185 biomass heating plants  60 CHP plants on biomass base Source: DCTI

18 Energy Legal framework for Renewable Energies

19 Economic and Political Reasons for Action Economic Motives:  International competition  Cutting production costs  Saving Energy (costs)  Technological innovation  Investing in new products and industrial processes Political Motives:  EU-Directives (EU-policy)  National legislation  EU-Emission trading system  Tax incentives  Research & Development

20 Legal Framework for RES Electricity & RES Heat in Germany Legal Framework Electricity productionHeat production 1. EEG (2. BiomasseVO) 1.RES Heat Act (EEWärmeG) 2.Market incentive program 3.Government grants

21 The Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG)  Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG): Federal Act  Priority for feed-in (FIT) of renewable energies  Extensive regulation of grid access  Purchase price regulated by law  Tariffs measured according to competitiveness of each technology  Degression measured according to sophistication of each technology Graphic by BSW-Solar

22 Instruments for the Promotion of RES in the European Electricity Market Source: BMU, 2010 *

23 Legal Framework for RES Heat Production  Renewable Energies Heat Act (EEWärmeG)  Obligation to use renewable energy in new buildings  Market Incentive Program (MIP)  Subsidies for modern ovens for split logs/ pellets and condensing boilers, solar collectors and efficient heat pumps for private households and smaller businesses  Government grants  low interest credits  Amortization allowances

24 Impacts of the Market Incentive Program (MIP)

25 Energy Participating Companies

26 IV. Participating German Companies CompanyRepresentativeTechnology ALDAVIA BioEnergy GmbH Lukas Schirnhofer Biogas plant construction Deula Nienburg GmbH Ulrich Lossie Training and advanced education in biogas and biofuels Doppstadt Calbe GmbHKlaus TrommerGrinding equipment for biowaste products

27 IV. Participating German Companies CompanyRepresentativeTechnology EnviTec Biogas AG Hendrik van der Tol Manufacturing of biogas plants: planning, installation and service Schmack Biogas GmbHAndreas Täuber, Vladimir Makhovski Manufacturing of biogas plants: planning, installation and service Landesbank Berlin AGDr. Bernd SchmidtFinancing

28 Energy Thank you for your attention! Christoph Urbschat Consultant by order of Renewable Energies Export Initiative of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology eclareon GmbH Luisenstraße Berlin Tel: Fax:


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