Presentation on theme: "Governors Energy Plans: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Benefits David Baker February, 2007."— Presentation transcript:
Governors Energy Plans: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Benefits David Baker February, 2007
2 Governors Energy Plans Sustainable Energy Plan Sustainable Energy Plan Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (EEPS) Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (EEPS) Energy Independence Plan Energy Independence Plan Expanded RPS and EEPS Expanded RPS and EEPS Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Funds Energy Efficiency Revolving Loan Funds Residential Energy Efficiency Building Code Residential Energy Efficiency Building Code Expanded Biofuels Capacity and Access Expanded Biofuels Capacity and Access Invest in Coal Gasification/Enhanced Oil & Gas Recovery Invest in Coal Gasification/Enhanced Oil & Gas Recovery Reduced Vehicle Emissions / Alternatives to Driving Reduced Vehicle Emissions / Alternatives to Driving
3 Reduced consumption Energy Benefits By 2017, 50% of our motor fuel and 25% of our natural gas in Illinois can come from alternative sources. Motor FuelNatural Gas Traditional sources Traditional sources 50% 25% Biodiesel & Diesel from Coal Ethanol Coal Gasification / Methane Extraction Reduced consumption Traditional sources TODAY2017 Traditional sources Biodiesel Ethanol/ IL Crude 23% TODAY2017 1% Alternatives
4 Illinois Sustainable Energy Plan Per Gov. Blagojevichs 2005 State of the State Proposal Goals: Reduce total energy costs for consumers Reduce total energy costs for consumers Reduce the cost of doing business in Illinois by reducing total energy costs for businesses Reduce the cost of doing business in Illinois by reducing total energy costs for businesses Capture economic development benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency development Capture economic development benefits of renewable energy and energy efficiency development Increase in-state self-reliance for energy Increase in-state self-reliance for energy Improve environmental quality in Illinois Improve environmental quality in Illinois
5 Governors Energy Independence Plan Goals Develop Illinois unique natural resources to: 1. Meet 50% of our motor fuel needs by 2017, and 25% of the natural gas we use by 2017. 2. Give consumers real energy choices that can help them use less energy and save money. 3. Create thousands of jobs from new fuel production plants and from increased demand for agricultural crops and coal. 4. Clean our air and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that lead to global warming, by cutting consumption of motor fuel.
6 Energy Alternatives Each element will play a key role in moving Illinois toward reduced dependence on imported energy. 1.Invest in renewable biofuels like ethanol and biodiesel 2.Make biofuels more available and more usable 3.Invest in natural gas, diesel fuel and electricity made from Illinois coal 4.Use recaptured CO2 to extract more oil and gas 5.Invest in renewable power / energy efficiency and reduce consumption Elements of Our Plan 50% of our motor fuel needs will be met by Illinois crops by 2017 100% of gas stations will provide E-85 biofuels by 2017 (up from 2% today) 25% of our natural gas will come from Illinois coal by 2017 Double Illinois oil production and boost natural gas production Generate cleaner electricity and reduce heating and electricity costs for homes and businesses Projected Benefits
7 Wind Monitoring Sites (with Public Data) Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs, Western Illinois University. Funding from Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation Adequate Wind Capacity
8 Renewable Generation under RPS Scenario from draft report, Emissions Impact Assessment for the Sustainable Energy Plan Based on Economic Dispatch Considerations, Illinois Energy Resources Center, Feb. 2006
9 Wind Projects Under Development in Illinois, February 2007 Installed ProjectDeveloperLocationMW Mendota HillsNavitas EnergyLee County50.4 ManliusBureau Valley School DistrictBureau County0.66 Crescent RidgeBabcock & Brown and EurusBureau County54.5 Pike CountyIllinois Rural Electric CoopPike County1.65 Under Construction ProjectDeveloperLocationMW GSG WindFPC ServicesLee and LaSalle Counties80 GSG3 WindFPC ServicesLee and LaSalle Counties2.5 Twin Groves IHorizon Wind EnergyMcLean County198 Proposed ProjectDeveloperLocationMW GSG6 WindFPC ServicesLee and LaSalle Counties120 Twin Groves IIHorizon Wind EnergyMcLean County198 Oak Prairie Wind FarmOak Prairie Wind Farm, LLCJo Daviess County10.5 GSG6 WindFPC ServicesLee and LaSalle Counties120 Boone Heritage Wind FarmGuthrie Wind, LLCBoone County4.95 Boone Heritage Wind FarmRabe Wind, LLCBoone County6.6 AgriWindAgriwind, LLCMarshall County8.4 Stewardship EnergyStewardship Energy, LLCMcLean County9.9 Stewardship Energy IIStewardship Energy, LLCMarshall County20 UnnamedBP Alternative EnergyHenry County100 UnnamedBP Alternative EnergyKnox County100 UnnamedBP Alternative EnergyFord County60 Crescent Ridge IIMidwest Wind EnergyBureau County74 Big Sky Wind FarmMidwest Wind EnergyLee & Bureau Counties200 Rail Splitter Wind FarmHorizon Wind EnergyLogan and Tazewell Counties100 Blackstone Wind FarmHorizon Wind EnergyLivingston County600 Camp Grove Wind FarmOrion Energy GroupMarshall and Stark Counties150 White Oak Energy CenterInvenergy Wind LLCMcLean County200 UnnamedInvenergy Wind LLCKnox and Henry Counties500 Baileyville Wind FarmNavitas EnergyOgle County80 Benson Wind FarmNavitas EnergyWoodford County160 Cayuga RidgePPM EnergyLivingston and LaSalle Counties800 TOTAL3820.35
13 Fuel Displaced Depends on Load Shape and Availability of Resource PJM, Marginal Fuel Type Data, 2004, from PJM website
14 Average Monthly Wind Generation Sources: Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs, Western Illinois University, data from wind monitoring stations, June 2005-May 2006.
15 Wind Availability vs. Electric Load August Sources: PJM Hourly Load Data for Commonwealth Edison, August 2005. Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs, Western Illinois University, wind data from northern Illinois monitoring stations, June 2005- May 2006.
16 Preliminary Results: Change in Illinois Generation, 2007-2013 Source: PowerWorld Corporation, Draft Report, Emissions Impact Assessment for the Illinois Sustainable Energy Plan Based on Transmission System Security Constrained Optimal Power Flow Considerations, September 2006