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Wind Farm Thornton Bank Phase I. Dordrecht, 5 maart 2008

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  • 1. WIND FARM THORNTON BANK PHASE IHydrographic Society Benelux Dordrecht 05 maart 2008

2. Project1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 3. 1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location Project5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions22/03/2011 3 4. Project The Project THORNTON WIND FARM1. Project Phase 1 6 WTGs, 1x 150kV marine cable to be operational in 20082. Client3. Objective4. LocationPhase 2 18 WTGs, offshore trafo platform to be operational in 20105. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable Phase 3 18 WTGs, 1 x 150 kV marine cable to be operational in 20117. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions Phase 4 18 WTGs to be operational in 201222/03/2011 4 5. Phases1. ProjectPhase 22. Client Phase 13. Objective4. Location Phase 35. Wind Turbines6. Marine HighPhase 4 Voltage Cable7. ConstructionTrafo phase8. Planning9. Questions 22/03/20115 6. C-Power NV is a Belgian company established for the development and implementation of a farshore wind farm on the Thorntonbank. 60 wind turbines 5 MW1. Project Installed capacity 300 MW2. Client3. Objective4. Location Annual generation 1000 GWh5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning Annual consumption of 600.000 inhabitants9. Questions Avoided CO2 emission: 450.000 tonnes/year ~ forest 90.000 ha22/03/2011 6 7. 1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location Client5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions22/03/2011 7 8. The Client: C-POWER Shareholders:1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines Project Lenders: Owners Engineer:Certification Bodies:6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions22/03/2011 8 9. 1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location Objective5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions22/03/2011 9 10. In the context of the world climate conferences and the Kyoto declaration, Belgium has acceptedthe obligation to reduce greenhouse gasses emissions with 7.5% by 2010 compared to the 1990emissions level.Green House Gas emissions contribution by sector in 20041. ProjectSolvent and OtherProduct UseIndustries2. Client0,2%(processes)Agriculture10,2%3. Objective7,7% WasteFugitive emissions4. Location1,1%0,4%5. Wind TurbinesEnergy Industries20,1%6. Marine High Other (energy) Voltage Cable21,8%7. Construction phase Industry (Energy) Transport8. Planning 20,1% 18,5%9. Questions source: Belgiums Greenhouse Gas Inventory (1990-2004) April 200622/03/201110 11. In the context of the world climate conferences and the Kyoto declaration, Belgium has acceptedthe obligation to reduce greenhouse gasses emissions with 7.5% by 2010 compared to the 1990emissions level.Evolution Green House Gas emissions for the period 1990-20041. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions source: Belgiums Greenhouse Gas Inventory (1990-2004) April 200622/03/201111 12. In accordance with the Kyoto agreement and the world climate conferences, a European Directive (EU/77/01) was issued on 27 September 2001. The EU target aims at generation from renewable energy sources corresponding to 12% of primary energy requirements by 2010.EU objective renewable energy1. Project2. Client 100%3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable share objective7. Construction1999: 6% 2010: 12% phase8. Planning9. Questions primary energy needrenewable energy22/03/201112 13. The graph below shows that Belgium (and Luxembourg) has been given the lowest target in absolute terms (6%). Since there are so few renewable forms of energy installed here, in relative terms Belgium has to achieve the greatest increase (x6) in renewable forms of energy in the whole European Union. Renewable Energy Production: %/19971. Project EU Renewable Energy Production Objective: %/20102. Client100%90%3. Objective80%4. Location 70%5. Wind Turbines60%50%6. Marine High Voltage Cable40%30%7. Construction phase20%8. Planning 10% 0%9. QuestionsSw omen menFr dd dsEU G ce he urg alng n Po triae r rky Fi y Ir e an anan xe al Ki aiecD iuug an an a eddlSp Lu ItN mbm usnlel g re ta m rt rlel To ABGet dte niUSource: EWEA 22/03/201113 14. At present wind energy is capable of making the most economical and realistic contribution towards achieving this desired increase in renewable energy sources.European wind energy increase1. Project 6000080002. ClientInstalled wind power capacity (MW)7000 500003. Objective Yearly increase (MW)60004. Location 4000050005. Wind Turbines 3000040006. Marine High Voltage Cable3000 200007. Construction phase2000 100008. Planning 10009. Questions 00 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Source: EWEA22/03/2011 14 15. At present wind energy is capable of making the most economical and realistic contribution towards achieving this desired increase in renewable energy sources. Global cumulative installed capacity 1995-2007 941221. Project95000850002. Client 74133750003. Objective65000 593224. Location55000 47620 MW5. Wind Turbines45000394316. Marine High3500031100 Voltage Cable2390025000 174007. Construction 13600 phase150001020076004800 610050008. Planning-5000 19951997 1999 2001 2003 2005 20079. QuestionsSource: EWEA22/03/201115 16. Moreover, a worldwide trend can be perceived towards larger installed capacities.h= hight1. Project= rotor diameter2. Client5.000 KWh 114m3. Objective 124m 2.000 KW h 80m4. Location 600 KW 80m h 43m5. Wind Turbines 50m500 KW 50 KW 40m h 24m100 KW6. Marine High 15m 20m Voltage Cable7. Construction phase 1980 1985199019952000 20048. Planning9. QuestionsSource: EWEA 22/03/201116 17. The development of offshore wind1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions Source EWEA / Make Consulting 22/03/201117 18. To meet the European target for renewable energy, Belgium aims to generate 6% of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2010. In this way it can fulfil the European target for Belgium.7% objective1. Project c-power contribution6%2. Clientexisting3. Objective5%4. Location4%5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High3% Voltage Cable7. Construction phase2%8. Planning1%9. Questions0% 2004 2006-2008 2010 22/03/201118 19. 1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions22/03/2011 19 20. 1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 22/03/2011 20 21. Due to the relatively small area of Belgian territorial waters and the large number of limiting factors, the range of possible locations for offshore wind power parks is severely limited. The international borders and the outline ofthe Belgian Continental Shelf (BCS)1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions22/03/2011 21 22. Due to the relatively small area of Belgian territorial waters and the large number of limiting factors, the range of possible locations for offshore wind power parks is severely limited. The location of the Thorntonbank1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions22/03/2011 22 23. Due to the relatively small area of Belgian territorial waters and the large number of limiting factors, the range of possible locations for offshore wind power parks is severely limited.Major international shipping routes1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 24. A number of other uses have already been licensed within the BCS. The area available for new wind farms is therefore severely limited. The various mile zones1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 22/03/201124 25. A number of other uses have already been licensed within the BCS. The area available for new wind farms is therefore severely limited. Sand reclamation areas1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 22/03/201125 26. A number of other uses have already been licensed within the BCS. The area available for new wind farms is therefore severely limited. The military zones1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 22/03/201126 27. A number of other uses have already been licensed within the BCS. The area available for new wind farms is therefore severely limited. Gas pipes and telecom cables1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 22/03/2011 27 28. A number of other uses have already been licensed within the BCS. The area available for new wind farms is therefore severely limited. Wildlife preservation areas1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 22/03/2011 28 29. A number of other uses have already been licensed within the BCS. The area available for new wind farms is therefore severely limited. Radar range1. Project2. Client3. Objective4. Location5. Wind Turbines6. Marine High Voltage Cable7. Construction phase8. Planning9. Questions 22/03/2011 29 30. A number of other uses have already been licensed within the BCS. The area available for new wind farms is therefore severely limited. The Flemish sandbanks outside the 12 NM zone1. Project2. Clie

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