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Baltic SCOPE stakeholder workshop on ENERGY - discussion on recommendations for planners *

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Baltic SCOPE workshop discussion on ENERGY at Baltic SCOPE Central Baltic case (involving Latvia, Estonia and Sweden) stakeholder conference on 31 May - 1 June 2016 in Jurmala, LATVIA

Read more on: www.balticscope.eu

* The information presented is the working exercise on the cross-border maritime spatial planning discussions and can not be treated as the official opinion of the European Commission and the Member States involved in the consortium of the Baltic SCOPE project.

Baltic SCOPE workshop discussion on ENERGY at Baltic SCOPE Central Baltic case (involving Latvia, Estonia and Sweden) stakeholder conference on 31 May - 1 June 2016 in Jurmala, LATVIA

Read more on: www.balticscope.eu

* The information presented is the working exercise on the cross-border maritime spatial planning discussions and can not be treated as the official opinion of the European Commission and the Member States involved in the consortium of the Baltic SCOPE project.

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Baltic SCOPE stakeholder workshop on ENERGY - discussion on recommendations for planners *

  1. 1. ENERGY CBC, 2016 May 31 Topic leader: Reinis <reinis.aboltins@saeima.lv>
  2. 2. THE DEBATE - Energy security is essential / – we cannot afford to have blackouts, markets heavily depend on a constant supply of energy; - Not too many transboundary issues when it comes to energy – but some – e.g. cumulative effects (environmental concerns); - Is cumulative effects a planning issue? Is it to be addressed here? If yes, then how? -  What about wave energy? What about floating wind energy? – [technology] export potential for Sweden (Blue growth); - OFW development: not possible without political support; - Economic constrains of developing offshore energy and interconnections – need more guarantees of continuation – commercially viable? - Discussion about Reactive approach versus Proactive approach – need to see the long-term perspective /proactive approach (A visionary approach); - Land-sea interaction – possibility to connect any technology off-shore with the grid; - Add a layer of a complete map of transmission system; - Submarine telecom cables: how many, where and owned by who? o No comprehensive understanding of what cables are there and to whom they belong. - Plan needs to be as open as possible – there should be room for flexibility. o Not to hinder innovation in the plan, because the technology of offshore energy is developing really fast; • Stakeholder involvement is a major issue! In Latvia particularly stakeholders are now demotivated by new legislation that demotivates investment in RES (but things will be changing soon as MoE is reviewing RES support system)
  3. 3. RECOMMENDATIONS 1. CREATE A VISIONARY MAP (in addition to /on top of existing info) WITH FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS a.TRANSMISSION SYSTEM b.CAPACITIES (capacity adequacy info available) AND FUTURE CHANGES (life-cycle, technology change, fuel change, upgrades) c.UNCONVENTIONAL / FUTURE RES / TEST SITES FOR RES TECHNOLOGIES i. wave ii.floating OSW iii.underwater current
  4. 4. RECOMMENDATIONS 2. EXPLORE OTHER FRAMEWORKS (BASREG / VASAB / BCM / HELCOM / NIB / EIB / EBRD) 3.EXPLORE ADDITIONAL INPUT FROM THE INDUSTRY a.EURELECTRIC (POWER CHOICES 2050) + Nov 2016 conference? b.BUSINESS / ASSOCIATIONS 4. INVOLVE KEY STAKEHOLDERS AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE (motivate with mutual advantages, exchange of info, transparency)
  5. 5. CONCLUSIONS • Energy market gives important signals for investment in the sector; • Energy security important (capacity, adequacy, secure supply, etc.)
  6. 6. NRG 4EVER

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