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©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP The information in this document is the property of Energy Technologies Institute LLP and may not be copied or communicated to a third party, or used for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without the express written consent of Energy Technologies Institute LLP. This information is given in good faith based upon the latest information available to Energy Technologies Institute LLP, no warranty or representation is given concerning such information, which must not be taken as establishing any contractual or other commitment binding upon Energy Technologies Institute LLP or any of its subsidiary or associated companies. UK priorities for the development of sustainable energy technologies www.energytechnologies.co.uk David ClarkeChief Executive September 20 th 2010
2 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 Affordability Security (£40/tonne) -80% Sustainability fossil fuel baseline DUKES data Addressing the UK’s energy challenges
3 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 Addressing the UK’s 2020 and 2050 energy challenges requires.... Setting a strategic direction Creating commercial confidence Viable commercial operation Which energy technologies do we need and when? Innovative technologies and sub-systems Full system demonstration Reducing risk Increasing investor confidence Bringing together new supply-chains
4 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 ETI Delivery of engineering demonstrations of innovative low carbon energy systems Viable commercial operation Setting a strategic direction Creating commercial confidence Innovative technologies and sub-systems Which energy technologies do we need and when? World-class ETI capability in energy system modelling and strategic analysis The ETI - Addressing the UK’s 2020 and 2050 energy challenges by.... Focused on the integrated UK energy system – power, heat, transport and associated infrastructure
5 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 The ETI’s UK Energy System Model PC based mathematical model identifying and evaluating options for design of the future UK Energy system Generation and Demand Power, Heat, Transport and Infrastructure Enables decision making on investment and prioritisation Unique design and operation Engineering system focus “What technologies might we need?” “How might they integrate to meet UK demand?” ‘Back-cast’ from 2050 to today “What might we need when?” Probabilistic approach “what is the likelihood that....?” Spatial representation Includes UK geography – “Where might things need to be ?”
6 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 Portfolio analysis The ETI Energy System Modelling Environment - informing technology choices Example outputs Energy System Model Power Heat Transport Infrastructure Probabilistic modelling environment Macro assumptions Constraints/ Dependencies Technology Roadmaps
7 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 ETI 2010 portfolio - addressing key energy challenges Wind Offshore specific system design and engineering Marine Tidal Stream and Wave Distributed Energy (DE) Combined Heat and Power (CHP), demand management, efficiency Buildings Retrofit of new technologies and systems Energy Storage and Distribution Infrastructure, heat and energy storage, fault management, smart networks Carbon Capture, handling and Storage (CCS) Storage modelling, capture technologies, network design Transport Electric vehicle infrastructure, heavy duty vehicle efficiency BioEnergy Soil chemistry and agronomy, value chains, energy conversion Energy Systems Modelling (ESM) ETI technology strategy 2010 Offshore Wind Marine Distributed Energy Buildings Energy Storage and Distribution CCS Transport BioEnergy ESM
8 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 £62m of major projects underway >£100m of further projects in development CCS, DE, offshore wind, energy storage, smart systems, transport £62m of projects announced Organisations working on ETI projects – July 2010 SMEs Large corporates ETI Members Universities and Research Institutes
9 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 Northern Ireland North West East South West Wales East Midlands Scotland Outside the UK North East Yorkshire London West Midlands ETI Project delivery partners – June 2010 South East ETI Project partners
10 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 Major challenges for the UK energy system 2010-2050
11 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 3 enabling priorities …. Large-scale deployment through major industries Innovation pulled through from smaller enterprises and academia Sustained support for long- term incentives, skills development and regulatory frameworks ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1
12 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 www.energytechnologies.co.uk Building Partnerships Delivering Innovation Sharing risk Informing Policy Demonstrating Affordable systems for Secure, Low Carbon Energy ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 12
13 ©2010 Energy Technologies Institute LLP Subject to notes on page 1 Addressing the challenges of climate change and low carbon energy Improving energy usage, efficiency, supply and generation Demonstrating systems and technologies Developing knowledge, skills and supply-chains Informing development of policy, regulation and standards Enabling deployment of affordable, secure, low carbon energy systems Energy Technologies Institute ETI Programme Associates ETI Project Partners Public Sector
Evolution of Parametric Analysis within Rolls-Royce Purchasing
Lessons from WM ERDF Current Programme
Cleantech Incubation Europe Working Summit Peterborough, UK 4 June 2013 Lynne McGregor Lead Technologist High Value Manufacturing Technology Strategy.
Symphony Technology Group and IBS Bookmaster Pallab Chatterjee, IBS Executive Chairman.
Research and Innovation Research and Innovation Enabling & Industrial Technologies in Horizon 2020 Enabling & Industrial Technologies in Horizon 2020 Research.
Energy Efficiency Strategy. THE ENERGY WHITE PAPER Energy White Paper sets out four key goals for energy policy to: Cut the UK’s carbon dioxide emission.
Today’s Event What is Generate? How Generate works Specialist Mentoring Discussion with Generate Team Register Interest and Networking.
Retrofit in London The GLA’s Energy Efficiency strategy April 2013 Jake Ronay.
Center for Strategic and International Studies – CCS event 31 st March 2008 Rachel Crisp Deputy Director, Cleaner Fossil Fuels Unit, Energy Group.
Creating a Low Carbon City with a High Quality of Life for All Bristol’s Experiences.
SUE GRAHAM NORTHUMBRIA UNIVERSITY SHEFFIELD 2 DECEMBER 2014 Thematic Objective 4: Supporting the Shift towards a Low Carbon Economy.
Advancing Alternative Energy Technologies Glenn MacDonell Director, Energy Industry Canada Workshop on Alternatives to Conventional Generation Technologies.
The Energy Technology Partnership Dr Simon Puttock Executive Director, ETP KT Scotland Conference, 2010.
Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership European Structural Investment Fund Strategy Low Carbon Theme Keith Budden – E.ON Chair – CWLEP.
Renewable Targets and Policy Linda Pooley Head of Renewable Energy Technology and Investment Scottish Governmnet.
European Structural and Investment Funds Delivery Conference Friday 17th May 2013 Low Carbon Thematic Objective.
100% renewable electricity A 2050 vision and roadmap for Europe and North Africa Pathways to 2050, Dublin Ireland November 5, 2010 Gus Schellekens - PwC.
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