Diapositiva 1

Report
Offshore Wind
International Review
Luciano Pirazzi
ENEA
A few data about offshore wind installations at the end
of 2008
• 1,471 MW wind power capacity
• 2% of the cumulative installed capacity of wind power in
the European Union
• 357 MW installed in 2008
• According to EWEA 3.5 GW should be installed by 2010,
35 GW by 2020 and 120 GW by 2030
Source: EWEA
Source: EWEA
TPWind
Strategic Research Agenda
Market Deployment Strategy
From 2008 to 2030
2030 Objective
More than 10% Europe’s electricity demand from offshore
wind
• Offshore generating costs competitive with other
sources
• Commercially mature technology with a water depth of
up to 50m
• Technology proven through full-scale demonstration in
deeper water
TPWind
Research topics
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Sub-structures
Assembly, installation, decommissioning
Electrical infrastructures
Turbines
Operation & maintenance
TPWind
Common Themes
Denmark
Germany
Republic of Korea
Netherlands
Portugal
Wind energy schemes in the development cycle in the
U.K.
As of October 2008
Onshore
status
Schem
es
Operational
186
2,590
27
772
Approved, not
built
131
In planning
262
Under
construction
MW
Cap
Offshore
Status
Schem
es
MW
Cap
Operational
7
566
Under
construction
7
467
3,379
Approved, not
built
9
3,413
7,142
In planning
5
1,678
Source: BWEA
Spain
What about the Mediterranean Sea?
• Potential of 2000-4000 MW in Italian waters deeper than 60 m
estimated from Wind Atlas carried out by Cesi Ricerca
• Blue H launched a first floating 80 kW wind turbine offshore
southern Italy at the end of 2007 off the Apulian coast
G.I.S. evaluation of Italian potential
sites for offshore wind farms
OWEMES 2006
Carlo TRICOLI, Mattia BARSANTI, Ivana DELBONO
PON-ATAS program
GIS on Sicily Region (south Italy): physical data
Luciano PIRAZZI, Mattia BARSANTI, Ivana DELBONO
From potential to installation:
environmental and social - economics aspects
www.enea.it
Thank you for your attention

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