Baltic SCOPE stakeholder workshop on FISHERIES - current status*

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  • ENERGY SECTOR

    AND

    MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING

    BALTICSCOPE

    Jrmala, May 31, 2016

    Reinis boltiMoEPRD

    Reinis.aboltins@saeima.lv

  • CONTEXT FOR THE ENERGY

    SECTOR

    DIRECTION STEMS FROM THE EU POLICY 20/20/20 BY 2020+

    REGIONAL APPROACH FOR EXAMPLE, BEMIP, EU BS STRATEGY

    NATIONAL CHALLENGES CO2 EMMISSIONS, INSUFFIECIENT INFRASTRUCTURE, COMPLICATED ENERGY PORTFOLIO

    POLICY FRAMEWORK (different strategies, influence of industrys lobbies)

    INFRASTRUCTURE (for example, good access roads, service possibilities)

    NETWORK CAPACITY (ENTSO-E 10 year dvelopment plan, ability of transmission network to accomodate distributed and variable RES energy)

    ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS (coal, lignite / oil shale, small hydro, wind, external costs of energy)

    MARKET CONDITIONS (low liquidity, insufficient interconnections, unequal conditions for the dominating national enterprises and other market participants)

  • EUROPE 2020 TARGETS

    SUTAINABILITY ASPECT CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY

    DECREASE GREEN-HOUSE GAS EMISSIONS BY 20% (AND AIM AT 30% DECREASE)

    INCREASE BY 20% THE SHARE OF RES IN FINAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION

    INCREASE BY 20% ENERGY EFFICIENCY

  • RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

    ENERGY SECURITY STRATEGY (2014) CAUSES: RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SUPPLY

    OF ENERGY RESOURCES FROM THIRD COUNTRIES

    CONSEQUENCES: STRATEGY TO MINIMISE RISKS

    EUROPEAN ENERGY UNION strategy (2015) CAUSES: LACK OF SOLIDARITY

    CONSEQUENCES: A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR CLOSER COORDINATION OF DECISION-MAKING

  • CHALLENGES

    1. PUTTING IN PLACE A BALANCED LEGAL

    FRAMEWWORK for the development of energy

    sector and support for RES energy in particular;

    2. DEVELOPMENT OF NEW GENERATING

    CAPACITIES AND REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING

    CAPACITIES is essential to secure energy demand;

    3. INCREASE OF LOCAL RES WITH THE GOAL OF

    DECREASING THE IMPORT OF FOSSIL ENERGY

    RESOURCES for energy production;

  • CHALLENGES

    4. IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY in buildings,

    production / industry, energy production;

    5. STRENGTHENING OF REGIONAL AND LOCAL

    TRANSMISSION NETWORKS by connecting with

    other EU countries and making it possible to

    accommodate RES electricity (TEN-E initiative,

    BEMIP).

  • CBC MSP ENERGY:

    REQUIREMENTS

    1. PHYSICAL SPACE

    2. LAND-SEA INTERACTIONS

    3. GRID CAPACITY

    4. WIND CONDITIONS

    5. EXISTING LIMITATIONS FOR LAYING

    CABLES

  • CBC MSP ENERGY:

    COMPETING INTERESTS

    1. LOCAL HERITAGE

    2. NATURE CONSERVATION

    3. BIRD MIGRATION CORRIDORS

    4. HABITATS FOR SPECIES

    5. NATIONAL DEFENCE INTERESTS

    6. COMMERCIAL FISHING

    7. RECREATION

    8. SHIPPING AND MARINE

    TRANSPORTATION

  • CBC MSP ENERGY:

    PLANNING AND IMPLICATIONS

    1. NATIONAL MSP

    2. SPECIFICS OF ENERGY PLANNING

    3. LOCAL IMPACTS

    4. TRANSBOUNDARY IMPACTS

    5. COMULATIVE IMPACTS

  • CBC MSP ENERGY:

    A PLANNING EXAMPLE

    National TSO does the initial research

    Communicates with partner TSO

    Both TSOs do common research / could be outsourced

    Initiative put on TYND (ENTSO-E system development

    committee)

    Regulator (SE Energi marknads inspektionen, LV SPRK, EE

    PUC) approves + public consultation

    Feasibility study

    Environmental impact assessment (EIA) + public consultation

    Land ownership issues

    Technical project

    Final investment decision

    Implementation

  • NPS POWER MARKET SETS

    THE TRENDS

  • NRG 4EVER