PowerPoint-Präsentation - Set Plan Conference 2014

Report
NER300
Offshore Wind Project
Nordsee One (formerly Innogy Nordsee 1)
Tobias Griesshaber
Package Manager Foundations & NER300
SET-Plan conference
Rome, 11. December 2014
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Agenda
• General project overview
• Scope and technology
• Summary
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General overview of Nordsee One offshore wind farm
A compelling offshore wind opportunity in one of the most favourable locations
Distance to shore
45 km
Water depth (LAT)
26 m – 29 m
Capacity
332 MW (54 x 6.15 MW)
Wind speed
9.8 m/s at hub height (90 m)
Yearly output
1.2 TWh
Confirmed for Q1 2015
Unconditional grid
TenneT Dolwin platform to
connection
be in service in Q1 2015
Permit
BSH licence Q1 2012
Lifetime
25 years
Commissioning
2017 (2016 option)
Nordsee One
Installation route:
42 nm (77 km)
CTV 2.5 hrs
Install vessel 3-4 hrs
Installation base
O&M route:
26 nm (48 km)
CTV 1.5 hrs
Operation base
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General overview of organisational and regulatory framework
Project stakeholders of Nordsee One GmbH
Financing
Northland
Power Inc.
85%
RWE
Innogy
Lenders
(& advisers)
15%
Sponsors
Lenders
BSH
Public
stakeholders
BNetzA
Nordsee One
GmbH
TenneT (grid
connection)
Feed-in
(Market Premium)
PPA
(Market Value)
TenneT
(Feed-in)
Revenue
Offtaker
(PPA)
EU-Com /
BMWi (KfW)
Turbine
(EPCI)
Foundation
(Supply)
Foundation
(Installation)
Substation
(EPCI)
Infield cables
(EPCI)
5 main
contracts
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Brief history of ownership and NER300 context
A strong investor group
RWE: European utility
with significant
experience in offshore
wind development
since 2003 with
- North Hoyle
- Gwynt y Mor
- Nordsee Ost
- C-Power
NPI: Experienced
publicly traded IPP
with thermal, solar
and wind capacity
(also involved in 600
MW Gemini offshore
wind in Dutch waters)
100%
RWE Innogy, the renewables
branch of the utility RWE, has filed
the NER300 application for the
German Innogy Nordsee 1
offshore wind project (332 MW)
in 2011
4. September 2014
85%
15%
N1: Experienced management
team leads Nordsee One, where
RWE joined up with NPI in 2014
to execute the project on a nonrecourse project financed basis
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Project scope
Area of responsibility covers all offshore works except the onshore transmission
• The project boundary is at the high voltage switchgear of its offshore substation: the
transmission system operator (“TSO”), TenneT, is responsible for the cable to shore
N1 responsibility
TSO responsibility
Turbines
OSP
(Topside &
foundation)
Offshore
converter station
(AC/DC)
Onshore
substation
(DC/AC)
Turbine
foundations
Array
cables
Export cables
Export cables
(AC)
Transport from Dubai to Norway
in August 2014
(DC)
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Wind turbine of 2nd generation 6MW category
Senvion 6M126 (6.15 MW) turbine
• A strong track record
• Largest 5 MW+ fleet in the world
(154 turbines installed as of end-2014)
• Based on well proven technology
• Very pro-active in creating innovation
and providing technical solutions
• A strong contractual package
• Full EPCI contract
• 10-year (+ 2 times 5-year option) full
service O&M contract with 95%
availability guarantee
• Specific comfort package to facilitate
project financing and bankability
• Solid ring-fencing structure viz. Suzlon
• Commitments backed by bonds
(advance payment, performance and
warranty bonds)
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WTG foundations are fit-for-purpose Monopiles
Simple structure developed to fit 6MW wind turbines
• N1 Monopile concept extending the
current industry state-of-the-art
• 54 Monopiles support the Senvion
6.15 MW wind turbine, which has
never been done before in the industry
• Taking the simple and effective
Monopile concept to deeper waters
and higher MW wind turbines with
tailor-made solutions such as:
• Installation technique development by pilot project VIBRO to
validate vibratory pile installation
compared to impact-driving piles
• Bolted connection MP/TP as
evolution of the grout filling
• New materials for boat landing
and corrosion protection
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Summary
• The offshore wind farm Nordsee One is about to reach FID and feed-in
electricity in 2016/2017 to provide power to more than 300.000 households, in
accordance with the NER300 milestones
• EU public co-funding supports technology development and deployment: it
places an incentivice for commercial deployment & scale solutions from
laboratory, to pilot stage and then, if validated, to full-scale
• Financing and regulatory / certification constraints pose hurdles to innovation but
make sure that technology is being deployed that is economic as well as safe to
lower costs of energy in an uncompromised way
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Thank you for your attention
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