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Developments in the Austrian Electricity Sector - Energi Norge

Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorStructure of Generation in 2009Other0.9 %Thermopowerplants*33.9 %River-run plant43.3 %Wind, photovoltaic,geothermal2.9 %Storage power station19.0 %Seite 3Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs EnergieDomestic generation: 68.973 GWhSource: Oesterreichs Energie, E-Control* Thermal power plants including biogenic fuels


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorCO 2 Emissions in Power Generationin Gramm pro kWhSeite 5Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs EnergieSource: Oesterreichs Energie, Eurelectric; selected countries.Status: 2008, * 2007


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorThe Challenges of the Future• Security of Supply• Sustainability, Climate Protection• Competiveness-> Less Energy, more Electricity• Efficiency• RenewablesSeite 7Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs Energie


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorExpansion Potentials for Renewable Energyto 2020Seite 8Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs Energie


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorPotential for Hydro Powerin TWhSeite 9Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs EnergieSource: Pöyry Energy


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorAustria : Europe‘s Green BatterySeite 10Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs EnergieSource: Oesterreichs Energie


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorHydropower : Climate ProtectionSeite 11Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs EnergieSource: Eurelectric


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorLegal framework for hydropowerRenewable Energy Sources(RES) DirectiveWater Framework DirectiveRES Targets for Austria 2020• 34% of energy consumption• ~70% of electricity consumptionadditional hydropowerneededGood ecological status of water bodiesto be attained by 2015Implementation in Austria:1 st National Water Management Plan(„NGP 2010“): stricter conditions forhydropower plants.less hydropower availableSeite 12Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs Energie


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorIn the Future every Home is a Power PlantPhotovoltaicSolar thermalSeite 13Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs EnergieHeat pump / thermalenergy storageBlock heating station


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorIn the Future Cars will refuel at the ElectricSocketSeite 14Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs Energie


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorIn the Future Energy will be saved bySmart Grids and Smart MetersConsumerStoragePower gridIT-facilitiesSeite 15Vinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs EnergieCentralised generationDecentralised generation


Developments in the Austrian Electricity SectorPreconditions for a New Energy System• Create adequate infrastructure (power plants, networks)• Appropriate legal framework• Appropriate administrative framework• Open dialogue with the public (solidarity between politicians/institutions/the public)• Provide incentives for investments• In networks (regulation)• In power plants (Green Electricity Act)• Avoid inconsistent targets• Water Framework Directive EU Climate and Energy Package• Natura 2000 EU Climate and Energy packageSeite 16• Improve energy effiency• Transport• HeatingVinterkonferansen7. April 2011Oesterreichs EnergieSeite 16


Thank you for your attentionDr. Barbara SchmidtSecretary General Oesterreichs EnergieBrahmsplatz 3, 1040 ViennaTel +43 1 501 98-100b.schmidt@oesterreichsenergie.at

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