Presentation on theme: "MISSOURI ENERGY PROFILE WHERE DO WE STAND? WHAT ARE OUR CHALLENGES ?"— Presentation transcript:
MISSOURI ENERGY PROFILE WHERE DO WE STAND? WHAT ARE OUR CHALLENGES ?
WHY ARE WE HERE? Energy is Important to Missourians!!! We like … To drive cars To flip on the light switch To heat/cool our homes and businesses A healthy life and environment Affordability
WHAT ENERGY ARE WE USING?
Over 80% of Missouri’s electricity is generated from coal, followed by nuclear and natural gas. Missouri average residential electricity retail prices rank 26 th in the nation as reported in June Wind now closely trails hydroelectric power as a renewable energy source in Missouri’s electricity mix. Total renewable energy generation represents 2.1%. ELECTRICITY
53% Natural Gas 32% Electricity 10% Propane (LPG) WHAT HEATS OUR HOMES?
QUICK FACTS Coal supplied over 80% of Missouri’s net electricity generation in Missouri has one nuclear power plant, Callaway Nuclear Generating Station. Renewable energy resources accounted for 2.1% of electricity generation in In 2012, Missouri spent approximately $26 billion on all forms of energy. Ranked 27 th in the nation, Missouri’s per capita expenditures were $4,340 in 2012.
REALITIES AND CHALLENGES Energy should not be taken for granted. We need to plan for our future We need a diverse energy portfolio to sustain/adapt for future We need to comply with federal CO2, SO2, and mercury limits We need to ensure energy infrastructure can meet our future needs Ensure a reliable energy supply safe from disruptions Energy prices will continue to increase. How do we keep them affordable?
Missouri Governor Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon Executive Order “..develop a comprehensive State Energy Plan to chart a course toward a sustainable and prosperous energy future that will create jobs and improve Missourian’s quality of life” 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 8
EXECUTIVE ORDER The Division of Energy shall.... Solicit input from the public and energy stakeholders Assess energy supply and demand Examine policies, statutes and regulations Guide development of energy infrastructure Deliver State Energy Plan to the Governor by May 31, /7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 9
MISSOURI ENERGY PLAN A PATH TO CLEAN, AFFORDABLE, ABUNDANT ENERGY 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 10
OBJECTIVE The energy plan shall recommended how to: Meet Missouri’s short-term and long-term needs for clean, reliable, affordable, and abundant energy, Encourage efficient use of energy in all sectors of the economy, Foster the efficient allocation of capital among competing energy resources, Spur job creation and economic growth, Better align goals to promote development, security, and affordability of diverse energy sources essential to the future of Missouri’s economy, and Provide a framework to ensure stable and predictable energy prices. 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 11
TOPICS ADDRESSED BY THE PLAN Electric Generation Fuels and Resource Extraction Energy Distribution Energy Usage Energy Storage Energy-related Land Use Energy/Water Nexus Energy Pricing and Rate-setting Processes Energy Security and Assurance Energy Resources in Emergencies 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 12
TIMELINE 11/15/14 05/31/15 10/01/14 Plan Completed 10/30/11 Public Meeting Input Working Group Input Plan Development 06/18/14 Executive Order /01/15 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 13 Online Forum Input
Oct. 1 – St. Louis Washington University Eric P. Newman Education Center Auditorium 1:30 p.m. Oct. 9 – Fort Leonard Wood Mahaffey Museum Complex 1:00 p.m. Oct Joplin Missouri Southern State University Billingsly Student Center 1:00 p.m. Oct. 22 – Kansas City Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley Campus Science & Technology Center 1:00 p.m. Oct. 23 – Maryville Northwest MO State University The Ballroom 1:00 p.m. PUBLIC OUTREACH MEETINGS Oct. 28 – Sikeston Clinton Building Community Center 1:00 p.m. Oct. 30 – Kirksville Truman State University Georgian Room B 1:00 p.m. 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 14
STEERING COMMITTEE 60 individuals who represent a broad spectrum of interests Address big picture direction of the Plan Will attend public meetings and provide input and insight 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 15
ALL INTERESTED MISSOURIANS If you have friends who are not able to attend one of the seven public meetings, please encourage them to contribute to the Plan by submitting their thoughts, comments, and suggestions through the On-Line Forum! state-energy-plan#committee 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 16
MEETING AGENDA 1:00 PMWelcome and Introductions, Lewis Mills, Director, Division of Energy Dr. Rebecca Johnson, Deputy to the Commanding General, U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) 1:15 PMManeuver Support Center of Excellence Command Overview Mark Premont, Chief, Plans, Analysis and Integration Office (PAIO) 1:25 PMMissouri’s Comprehensive State Energy Plan and An Overview of Energy in Missouri Brenda Wilbers, Program Director, Division of Energy Lewis Mills, Director, Division of Energy 1:40 PMEnergy Security - U.S. Army Perspective Alan Simpson 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 17
MEETING AGENDA... 1:50 PMCyber Security Thomas Rice, Technology Planning/Cyber Security, Ameren 2:00 PMEnergy Storage Angela Rolufs, Missouri S&T 2:10 PMSteering Committee Discussion Topic: Energy Security and Assurance Topic: Energy Storage Facilitator: Bennett J. Johnson, III, Inova Energy Group team 3:40 PMBreak 3:50 PMPublic Comment Period Facilitator: Bennett J. Johnson, III, Inova Energy Group team 5:00 PMAdjourn 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 18
MEETING TOPICS Energy Security and Assurance This topic focuses on efforts to ensure a secure and reliable energy infrastructure (including electricity, oil, natural gas, propane and petroleum fuels) by reducing risk and vulnerabilities from severe weather, system failures, deliberate attacks and other events. Energy Storage This topic focuses on storing available energy or energy resources to be used at a later time. This could include storage of electricity through thermal, mechanical or chemical processes utilizing technologies such as batteries, flywheels, electrochemical capacitors, superconducting magnetic energy storage, power electronics and control systems. Storage of fuels such as natural gas, propane and petroleum could be considered as well. 10/7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 19
MISSOURI ENERGY PLAN --- A PATH TO CLEAN, AFFORDABLE AND ABUNDANT ENERGY Learn more! Track progress! Encourage others to provide input! sive-state-energy-plan Address: Phone Number: /7/2014 MISSOURI DIVISION OF ENERGY 20