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Title: The role of renewable energy sources in Austria G


1
The role of renewable energy sources in
AustriaGünter PauritschWorkshop on renewable
energy sourcesSofia, 21 December 2011
2
Share of renewables in gross energy consumption
(2009)
Total 1.354 PJ
1) biowaste firewood biogenic fuels
3
Austrias structure of renewable energy (gross
domestic consumption 396.6 PJ in 2009)
4
Target Sharing Renewable Energy
Belgium Bulgaria Czech Rep. Denmark Germany Estoni
a Ireland Greece Spain France Italy Cyprus Latvia
Lithuania Luxembourg Hungary Malta Netherlands Aus
tria Poland Portugal Romania Slovenia Slovak
Rep. Finland Sweden UK
RES share in 2005
RES target in 2020
Quelle Europäische Kommission 2008 AWO 2008
5
The three pillars of the Austrian Energy Strategy
2020 - targets
Renewable Energy
Security of Supply
Energy Efficiency
6
Main targets of the Energy Strategy
  • eleborated from the advisory expert group
  • stabilisation of final energy demand at the level
    of 2005 until 2020 1.100 PJ
  • sectoral targets to reach stabilisation
    (2020/2005)
  • buildings -10
  • other consumption of small users 10
  • energy intensive consumers 15
  • transport -5
  • increasing the share of renewables on gross final
    energy consumption to 34 in 2020 (2005 24)
  • reduction of greenhouse gases by 16 until 2020
    compared to 2005
  • effects of economic crises are not considered

7
The Austrian Energy Strategyin a nutshell
  • in line with EU-requirements
  • results in 16 decrease of greenhouse gas
    emissions of the non-ETS sector

8
Vision 2050 high efficiency, renewable based
supply
9
Electricity generation from RES in Austria
  • First place in the share of renewable energy for
    electricity production in EU-27
  • Share 2010 72
  • Generation is traditionally dominated by large
    hydro power plants

10
EU-27 Share of RES inElectricity production
(2008)
Source EU Commission
11
The Austrian Electricity Supply System
  • Total installed capacity appr. 21.000 MW
  • Hydro 12.600 MW
  • Thermal 7.400 MW (70 CHP)
  • other RES (wind) gt1000 MW
  • Total consumption p.a. appr. 69 TWh
  • Distribution network operators 130
  • Customers appr. 4.000.000
  • Average household 3.500 kWh/a

12
Electricity generation- Installed capacity in MW
(2009)
Foto Verbund
13
Share of primary energy sources in electricity
generation (2009)
14
Heat production with biomassDistrict heating
  • 500 kW - 30 MW
  • distribution with hot water pipes
  • modern flue gas cleaning
  • since 1980 more than 1.000 plants, 1.000 MW heat
    load
  • mostly based on local initiatives
  • Investment subsidies 30 (in specific cases up
    to 50)

15
Location of biomass CHPs
heat load in MW
16
Eco-electricity biomass power plantExample of
Wien Energie
  • investment52 Mio. 66 MW heat load,15 MW/25
    MWelCHP/condensing mode
  • Fuel demand600.000 m3/year 190.000 t/year resp.

17
Solar thermal installations insingle-family
houses
One-family Houses
Attached Houses
Around 240.000 buildings
18
Development of solar thermal market from 1990 to
2010
Total in 2010 4,56 Mio. m² (including solar pool
panels) Total Installed 3.215 MWth
19
Solar thermal capacity in operation (per 1000
capita)
20
Newly installed solar thermal capacity per 1000
capita (2010)
21
Impact of RES on climate protection efforts
  • Avoided CO2 Emissions
  • 2007 32,05 Mill. t
  • 2008 33,46 Mill. t.

The use of biomass avoids especially CO2-
Emissions in the heating sector Quelle BMLFUW
22
Primary Employment effects of RES 2009
Biomass Bio fuels Biogas Geothermal Photovoltaic
Thermo Solar Heat Pump Small Hydro Wind
Investment Operation
23
Thank you for your attention!
  • Austrian Energy Agency
  • Mariahilfer Straße 136
  • A-1150 Vienna, Austria
  • URL www.energyagency.at
  • Guenter Pauritsch
  • International Cooperation
  • Phone 43 1 586 1524 158
  • E-mailguenter.pauritsch_at_energyagency.at
  • Information Platform
  • energy market
  • energy policy and legal framework
  • administration
  • facts and figures on supply and demand
  • energy related funds and support mechanisms for
    electricity from RES
  • Country Profiles (CEE and SEE)
  • Free monthly Newsletter register at
    www.enercee.net

24
Share of the European solar thermal market (newly
installed capacity)
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