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  • ESTABLISHING OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY IN THE SOUTH BALTIC
    OWE ambitions has reached different stages in the five South Baltic countries ranging from feasibility studies in the eastern to first up and running offshore wind farms in Denmark and Sweden Though no planning or construction of wind farms will be financed directly through project funds the activities within this component will likely lead to a more rapid OWE development in Poland and Lithuania a more harmonised development also in Germany Denmark and Sweden and a better positioning of the South Baltic Offshore Wind Industry in the competition for public and political attention in the region and the EU DTU Wind Energy Denmark is the responsible partner for this Component Exemplary activities and results Analysis of key conditions and the state of the art of OWE in the South Baltic area South Baltic wind resource map boat exhibition thematic cross border stakeholder events Report How can the tourism sector in the South Baltic profit from the offshore wind energy etc For further detail please contact Project documentation Reports studies Interactive features Events Public relations Events Show all upcoming 1 3 December 2015 EWEA OFFSHORE 2015 in Copenhagen Denmark Lead Beneficiary Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH Schweriner Str 10 11

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  • CROSS-BORDER OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
    offshore wind industry is at a turning point with the first large scale offshore wind farms having recently gone into operation and several more in the construction or planning stage The opportunities which arise for local companies not only from the offshore wind energy OWE sector but also other more traditional sectors are manifold and not utilized sufficiently thus far Competition within the region is certainly necessary but should be accompanied by direct cross border cooperation and successful business relationships of companies from all five South Baltic countries To initiate and strengthen these ties as a basis for a future strong offshore wind energy cluster is the aim of this component The Municipality of Karlskrona Sweden is the responsible partner for this Component Exemplary activities and results Mapping the OWE supply chain Presentation of South Baltic OFF E R at external exhibitions and fairs local and cross border business events business academic seminars etc For further detail please contact Project documentation Reports studies Interactive features Events Public relations Events Show all upcoming 1 3 December 2015 EWEA OFFSHORE 2015 in Copenhagen Denmark Lead Beneficiary Rostock Business and Technology Development GmbH Schweriner Str 10 11 D 18069 Rostock Phone 49 381

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  • SKILLS AND RECRUITMENT
    region and to accommodate the demand of the Offshore Wind Industry The Public Institution Strategic Self management Institute Lithuania is the responsible partner for this Component Exemplary activities and results Report on the state of the art of OWE education in the South Baltic area and proposals for future qualification offers expert lectures at schools and universities a cross border road show local career events international summer school etc For

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  • Partners
    Wind energy Business Development Coordinator for Activity 4 1 Mapping the OWE supply chain Activity 4 2 Creating new OWI networks Participating in Component 3 Contact Hans Olof Svensson Phone 46 455 30 34 10 Email hans cognosceremanagement se Homepage www karlskrona se More information CORPI Coastal Research and Planning Institute Project responsibilities Klaipeda University Coastal Research and Planning Institute CORPI as the former coordinator of the Interreg III A project POWER has valuable experience and knowledge regarding OWE development potential in Lithuania Poland and Russia Kaliningrad oblast CORPI will adapt the existing study programs in Klaipeda University by adding OWE components to improve the preparation of specialists in this business During the project CORPI expects to contribute for preparing adapting the optimal principles of EIA of potential OWE projects including monitoring programmes preparation CORPI will also take part in the trade fairs and exhibitions in order to promote the OWE potential of the SB region Through the newly developed maritime cluster in Klaipeda Baltic valley CORPI will also contribute to the linkage of OWE related business Contact Nerijus Blažauskas Phone 370 46 398838 Email nb corpi ku lt Homepage www corpi ku lt More information Public Institution Strategic Self Management Institute SSI Lithuania Project responsibilities SSI is responsible for coordination of activities on tasks 3 3 3 4 5 3 and overall C5 Contact Prof Dr Stasys Paulauskas Phone 37046350 560 Email ssi eksponente lt More information Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society Project responsibilities POWES will co organize stakeholder events about political aspects co organise the visit of the boat exhibition to Gdansk Gdynia and local and cross border business events to facilitate cross border cooperation in the industry Based on this POWES is interested in improving conditions for R E and innovation transfer into the industry and will

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  • Associated organisations
    are able and available to answer questions and to pave the way for contact with sector companies universities and research facilities administration and politics More information www wind energy network de en Blekinge Offshore AB The Blekinge Offshore Company was started in order to build a wind farm in Hanöbukten that may be the largest in the world In Karlshamn Sweden there is an ability to connect at least 2 500 MW of wind energy to the electricity grid This equates to 500 wind turbines with a power of 5 MW or more than 800 wind turbines of 3 MW each The wind farm is expected to produce about 8 TWh annually when the project is fully deployed The company has since the fall of 2008 examined the conflicts of interest that may arise at an establishment in the area Blekinge Offshore intends to submit the environmental permit application to the Environmental Court in 2010 More information www blekingeoffshore se Offshore Center Danmark Offshore Center Danmark is the official national competence and innovation center for the Danish offshore industry On behalf of its 210 member companies and institutions Offshore Center Danmark push development with the aim of growth within the Danish offshore industry Focus areas are oil gas offshore wind the offshore maritime area and wave energy Core activities include Facilitation of networking activities in between businesses and between businesses and universities Management of technical and industry wide development projects Knowledge sharing activities including seminars conferences B2B events and promotion of the Danish offshore sector in an international perspective More information www offshorecenter dk Aus und Fortbildungszentrum Schifffahrt und Hafen GmbH DE Kockums shipyard LTD SE The Regional Council on Kalmar County National Wind Power Network SE Lithuanian Wind Energy Association LT Polish Economic Chamber of Renewable Energy PL AOS

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  • South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions
    result of Germany s plans for future offshore wind energy development the German Association of Machinery and Plant Manufacturers VDMA expects the employment of an additional 20 000 30 000 workers and engineers mainly along the economically less developed coastal areas in Northern Germany Throughout Germany however expansion of offshore wind energy is seen as a huge opportunity as the wind energy supply industry is distributed throughout Germany including traditional centres of the German machinery and plant building industry in the southern and western parts of Germany Industry sees huge potential for future expansion not only in the domestic offshore wind energy market but also for exporting these technologies to other markets in Europe Realising the German government s offshore wind strategy will initiate a total associated investment volume of 75 100 billion Euros This figure includes investments from wind turbine manufacturers and the supply industry as well as for grid connection logistics marine industries maintenance and service sectors Further information is available at the Federal Ministry for the Environment Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety Fig 1 Offshore wind farms in the German North Sea and Baltic Sea alpha ventus A Pioneering Project In September 2005 Stiftung Offshore Windenergie the German Offshore Wind Energy Foundation acquired the project rights of Borkum West from developer ProkonNord with a grant provided by the Federal Ministry of Environment Under the name alpha ventus the site has been leased one year later to the German Offshore Test Site and Infrastructure Company called DOTI as a pilot project for testing and research Apart from two different turbine concepts the foundation concepts applied in the test site are different as well The Multibrid turbines have been erected on a tripod construction whereas the REpower turbines have been installed on a jacket construction New territory had also

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  • South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions
    monitoring and by conducting several research projects Anholt 2014 When Anholt s 400MW comes online 15 of the Danish electricity supply will be based on offshore wind Following experience with previous tenders for offshore wind farms in Denmark the Danish Energy Agency has adjusted the tendering procedure which was used for the tenders for Nysted II and Horns Rev II This means that this 400MW offshore wind farm will first undergo site development before being opened for public tenders Kriegers Flak TBA The next large offshore wind farm with tendering announced to start in the fall of 2011 will be the ground breaking 600MW Kriegers Flak project When completed it will be the world s first offshore wind farm with the grid connection replaced by a transmission line between Denmark and Germany with a possibility of Sweden sharing it also This project will showcase grid solutions needed to enable energy consumers in the several countries surrounding the Baltic Sea to tap into the vast energy resources of offshore wind Cost cutting national R D strategy In 2010 the Danish Megavind technology platform presented a new vision and strategy for offshore wind The aim is to drive down the cost of energy from offshore wind farms and for offshore wind power to become fully competitive with newly built coal fired power by 2020 Three main achievements are needed between 2010 and 2020 Firstly newly built offshore wind farms must be able to produce roughly 25 more electricity per installed MW Secondly the costs per installed MW must be reduced by approximately 40 And thirdly the cost of operation and maintenance per installed MW must be reduced by about 50 Cost reductions at this scale are also considered necessary to maintain public and political support for large scale implementation of offshore wind in Europe and globally Ultimately delivering the solutions will maintain Denmark as a globally leading hub in wind power The Danish Energy Authority as a one stop shop The Danish Energy Authority is the authority responsible for the planning and erection of offshore wind turbines In order to make preparation of new offshore wind turbine projects as simple as possible for project developers the Danish Energy Authority has organized the overall official handling as a one stop shop which means that a project owner wishing to establish an offshore wind turbine project only has to deal with one body namely the Danish Energy Authority to obtain all the necessary approvals and licenses As a one stop shop the Danish Energy Authority involves other relevant authorities such as the Agency for Spatial and Environmental Planning the Danish Maritime Authority the Danish Maritime Safety Administration Danish Civil Aviation Administration the Heritage Agency of Denmark Danish Defense etc The Danish Energy Authority also arranges consultation with the relevant stakeholders and issues all the necessary approvals and licenses In comparison with the official administration of offshore wind farms in other countries the Danish model has provided a quick cost effective process to the benefit

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  • South Baltic Offshore Wind Energy Regions
    means of wind turbines and the conditions are good for increasing the supply of wind power Swedish Parliament has set up the planning target that it should be possible to build wind turbines by 2015 for generating 10 TWh of electrical energy The wind power potential is many times higher But even 10 TWh presupposes a substantial expansion of wind power ashore and offshore Proposal for new planning target for 2020 The Swedish Energy Agency proposes that the planning target for wind power for 2020 should be 30 TWh of which 20 TWh would be wind power ashore and 10 TWh would be offshore in water areas This means that the number of wind turbines would have to increase from less than 900 turbines in 2007 to 3000 6000 units depending on their ratings However the potential for wind power in Sweden is in excess of the proposed planning target EXPANSION RATE AND OPERATING STATISTICS According to the electricity certificates issued Swedish wind turbines generated 1 432 terawatt hours TWh of electrical energy in 2007 This is over 45 percent more than in 2006 when generation was less than 1 TWh 1 4 TWh of electrical energy generated by wind power represents 1 percent of Sweden s electrical energy generation in 2007 Increased expansion rate in Sweden The expansion of wind power accelerated during 2007 In earlier years the annual expansion rate was around 50 60 megawatts MW The expansion rate in 2007 was four times higher According to the Swedish Wind Energy Association 129 wind turbines with a total output of 217 MW were commissioned in 2007 The total installed power at the end of 2007 was thus 788 MW distributed onto 958 wind turbines The wind turbines that were approved for electricity certificates at the turn of the

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