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Enbridge presentation, May 16, 2013

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Enbridge presentation, May 16, 2013

  1. 1. 1 Ontario’s Energy Markets in 20 Years Cleantech Business Forum Ontario Environmental Industry Association (ONEIA) Workshop Presented by: David Teichroeb - Enbridge Inc. May 3, 2013
  2. 2. 2 Enbridge’s Footprint •  Employ 10,000 in Canada & U.S. •  Largest liquid pipeline operation •  Natural gas transmission and Canada’s largest gas distributor •  Electricity transmission •  ~ $ 3 Billion in Green and Alternative energy •  Includes fuel cells, geothermal power, run of river hydro, heat to power, etc. •  More than 1300 MW of wind and solar assets operating or under construction •  Recent Investments include Hydrogenics and Temporal Power for electricity storage & Morgan Solar for CPV
  3. 3. 3 Investing in Ontario Companies Morgan Solar – Toronto, Ont. •  Concentrating Solar Photovoltaic (CPV) –  Sun tracking technology –  Good potential for grid parity power costs Hydrogenics, Mississauga, Ont. •  Electricity Storage with Hydrogen –  Power-to-Gas uses hydrogen electrolyzers for bulk storage of surplus renewable power –  Store renewable Hydrogen in natural gas grid Temporal Power, Mississauga, Ont. •  Flywheel Energy Storage –  Flywheels enable correction of short-duration power imbalances –  Mechanical battery storing kinetic energy Source: Morgan Solar, CPV Source: Hydrogenics Source: Temporal Power
  4. 4. 4 Innovating for Smarter Energy Grids Energy Exchanges Between Silos •  Energy exchanges bring new economic, environmental , and operating flexibility to power grids •  Power to Gas converts renewable energy to hydrogen with electrolyzers •  Renewable gas back to power Natural   Gas     35%   Transport    Fuels   36%   Electricity     19%   Other   10%   Ontario’s  Energy-­‐Use  ComposiCon   Source Data: Rethinking Energy Conservation in Ontario, May 2010 Report Gas to Power
  5. 5. 5 Power to Gas; Seasonal Electricity Storage •  Off-Peak electricity to hydrogen with water electrolysis •  Blending of hydrogen in pipeline grids •  Store renewable gas in cavern or pipeline •  Blended gas to electricity at peak time / peak season •  Alternative end-use as green heat or upgrading Renewable Fuel to CCGT & Gas-Fired Distributed Generation Cavern Storage PEM Electrolysis Natural Gas Network
  6. 6. 6 Flexibility of Power to Gas 1) converts surplus, non-emitting electricity to hydrogen with electrolyser, 2) bank energy in pipeline infrastructure, 3) transmit energy by pipeline, and 4) economic discharge of renewables at the time and place it is needed Energy Storage Energy Transport Energy DischargeEnergy Capture Power Grid Gas and H2 PipelinesLoad Electrolyser Gas T HCNG, & H2 for Upgrading Gas Turbine (CCGT) Low Carbon Heat Green Power Green Heat Green TransportationHydrogen Surplus Power Regulation Services for ISO Green Gas
  7. 7. 7 Original Source Image: CGA, “Natural Gas, our Place in Canada’s Sustainable Energy Future Hydrogen Production Surplus Power Hydrogen Injection Into Pipeline Smart Energy Grids Share Infrastructure Underground Gas Storage Reservoir Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Generators •  More flexible planning for energy supply & transmission •  Geographically distributed for grid stability, charging and discharging •  Electricity storage with the single addition of electrolyzer •  all other infrastructure exists
  8. 8. 8 david.teichroeb@enbridge.com