Presentation on theme: "Revitalization of rural areas on the Basis of Bio energy"— Presentation transcript:
1 Revitalization of rural areas on the Basis of Bio energy promisingRevitalization of ruralareas on the Basisof Bio energyDr. Georg Wagener-Lohse, CEBra Cottbus
2 near by The German Capital region 2.6 Mio. inhabitants 30,000 km² (1/3 forests)Large natural resources14 Landkreise (counties), 4 major cities (<130,000 inhabitants)936 municipalitiesStrong in aviation, biotech- nology, chemistry, energy and wood processingNearly 20% unemployment ratePower exporter for East Germany
3 A Forest Map of Brandenburg plentyA Forest Map of BrandenburgShare of forest area0 – 10% 10 – 30% 30 – 50% 50 – 70% > 70%
4 notice Spatial development 1991 – 2002 Intensive Segregation 37,5% ( Inh., km²) „inner circle“ EW (217 EW/km²)62,5% ( EW, km²) outer development space EW (64,5 EW/km²)1.328 Tha aa (78%Acker, 22%Greel Tha out of prod., 39,3 RenSou)6.709 enterprises, employees
5 Percentage of employees in agriculture and forestry 2002 very thinPercentage of employees in agriculture and forestry 2002< 5% <12% <18% >18%Cap/km² <40 <80 <120 >120Population density 2002
6 Sawmills in Brandenburg under pressureSawmills in BrandenburgMilmersdorfHeidelbergGroßwudickeNahmitz (gepl.)FürstenwaldeBaruthJamlitzDahmeSellesenGriebenGroß SchönebeckHardenbeckStolpeLunowBralitzFürstenbergProcessing some 1.5 Mio m³ per year
7 HOLZNET an Initiative for Integration promisingHOLZNET an Initiative for Integration20 companies from forestry to house building have joined forces for optimization of processes and development of new productsmanaged by CEBra
8 A contribution to local energy supply and CO2 reduction local benefitsForest managementA contribution to local energy supply and CO2 reductionJob creation and economic development in rural areas
10 MVV Power plant Königs Wusterhausen for example…MVV Power plant Königs WusterhausenCapacity 20 MWelAnnual production Mio. kWhElectrical efficiency 35%Wood chip demand 120,000 odt/yJobs created 60Investment 55 Mio. €
11 Wood energy in Brandenburg - today and tomorrow high scoreWood energy in Brandenburg - today and tomorrow8 big plants >1 MW : 647 MWth, 133 MWel minor wood furnaces : 100 MWMarket volume Mio. € for 2.7 Mio. loose m³ (1.07 Mio. sm)Perspective 2010: 23 Mio. € for 2.9 Mio. lm³ (1.15 Mio. sm)5 % target: 5.8 Mio. lm³
12 Wood Fuel Potential still growing strong dependence from timber market Raw wood approximately 3.3 Mio. sm³/y till 2020Growing sales to 2.6 Mio. sm³/y possibleEnergy wood potential 1.4 Mio. sm³(3,100 GWh)Scrap wood potential 400,000 t adry (2,100 GWh)Full potential 5,200 GWh
13 Typical Costs Wood Energy* Furnace at 409 €/kW and 2,000 h 21 €/MWh competitiveTypical Costs Wood Energy*Furnace at 409 €/kW and 2,000 h 21 €/MWhFuel costs at 7.20 €/lm³ (20 %) 10 €/MWhMaintenance costs (2-3 %) 5 €/MWhAsh disposal €/MWhFuel storage for 4 days €/MWh3,000 full usage hours lower costs by 26 %* without building
14 Example: Single family house Fuel costs Total costs Energy price competitiveExample: Single family house Fuel costs Total costs Energy priceLiquid gas 1,221 €/a 2,944 €/a 43 Ct/lElectric 2,130 €/a 3,033 €/a 11 Ct/kWhFuel Oil 1,000 €/a 2,750 €/a 51 €/100lNat. gas 1,015 €/a 2,509 €/a 4.5 Ct/kWhLog wood €/a 2,168 €/a 45 €/RmWood Pellets €/a 2,685 €/a 170 €/t130 m² living space, 150 kWh/m², MWh/a
15 Analysis Energy Wood Dr. Falk Bruhne adaptedAnalysis Energy Wood Dr. Falk BruhneYoung stands first thinningsCutting, Forwarding, Chipping, Storing, Transport€/lm³
17 promising Economic area Schraden 17 plants documented 15 – 355 kW heat load1,170 kW all together2,150 MWh energy use900 – 2,500 h full usage33 – 57 €/MWh prices (incl.VAT)118,000 € total energy costs44,000 € could be reduced36,500 € additional added value
18 fully controlledModern wood chip fired furnaces offer plenty of variants to put in place
20 Log wood furnaces The cheap alternative robustLog wood furnacesThe cheap alternativeHalf fuel costs at similar capital costs compared to light fuel oil furnaces
21 sustainableneither just black…nor mere white!CEBra
22 CEBra – Centre for Energy Technology Brandenburg well basedCEBra – Centre for Energy Technology BrandenburgBased on the competences of the Brandenburg Technical University in Cottbus R&D services have been concen- trated in a central scientific institution and will be better promoted (CEBra BTU).A strong link to other universities in the field of energy has been formed.Former co-workers of the energy agency of Branden- burg add the competence of collaboration with market actors.Public and private stakeholders have formed an association of public utility (CEBra e.V.) to support SMEs in the field of energy technology.The association (e.V.) has founded a limited company to offer services and project management (CEBra GmbH).
23 well relatedThree interconnected structures are the basis for high performance of the CentreResearch and DevelopmentResourcesProductionTransmissionUseService and Transferfor R&D-ProjectsWith R&D- InfrastructureMarket deploym.Energymanage- mentSupport and connectNetworksLobby workInformationForaBTU §75 BbgHGGmbHe.V.
24 Competence in Intelligent Energy know howCompetence in Intelligent EnergyEnergy management for public authoritiesMarket deployment of biomass potentialsStrengthening SMEs with competences in the field of energy technology developmentConcepts and realization for intelligent (IQe) buildings and innovations in the building sectorAdaptation of grid connected power and heat supply to integrate renewable energy sources and support the transformation processDevelopment and deployment of innovative devices for grids and power StationsDevelopment of highly efficient combustion and gasification technologiesDevelopment and deployment of power profiles
25 Production of biologic energy resources in tree lines Alley CroppingProduction of biologic energy resources in tree linesProduction of nutrients, food or renewable resources on agricultural areasRecultivation of former mining areasImprovement of BiodiversityFour times higher yield
26 experienced Advantages for coarse materials of poor quality Integrated emission reductionStaged combustionSimple combustion chamber500 kW Test unit at the Centre for Energy technology Brandenburg
28 rich perspectivesDevelopment of the Brandenburg Centre for Wood Energy in Eberswalde (divison of CEBra)Professional analysis of wood fuel market potential.Develop common marketing together with companies.Offer advice, PR, exhibitions, training.Include the Info-Center Oberhavel as a catalystUse the Wald-Solar-Heim Eberswalde as a basis.Integrate Internet based energy wood platform.Facilitate foundation of wood power plant Eberswalde.Realize project „Biomassehof“ of BARUM 111.Build up the BDC in the framework of Interreg IIIb-Bio- energy Technology Transfer Project.
29 serving enterprisesOffering a transfer and innovation point for energy technology for the ministry of economyDissemination of national and int. developments.Pro-active definition of projects with entrepreneurs.Co-operative projects with leading enterprises.Developing a quality standard for projects.Support for market deployment.Services for networks and partnerships.Mediation of young professionals to enterprises.Initiatives for European Partnerships.PR for energy technology developments.
30 in search of excellence complexAreas of competence in Bio-energyGrowing Know-howHarvesting Know-howConversionin search of excellenceLogisticsLandscape designPRMarketing
31 Hope to get in touch for Technology transfer and promotion thank you !Hope to get in touch for Technology transfer and promotionCentre for Energy Technology Brandenburg GmbHFriedlieb-Runge-Straße 3, CottbusEconomist Silke Goerlich, Cottbus,Dipl. Ing. Susanne Gadacz, Cottbus,Dipl. Ing. Klaus schwarz, Cottbus,Dipl.Ing Rolf Santruschek, Cottbus,Dipl. Pol. Dieter Sasse, Eberswalde,Dipl. Ing. Wolfram Köhler, Pritzwalk, –Dr. Georg Wagener-Lohse, Cottbus, ,