It is difficult to imagine which electricity can be made in the North Sea, if you are driving a wind turbine of 8, 10 or 12 megawatts across the sea.
Speaker Arild Hermstad in the Environmental Party The Green (MDG) is calling for the party to set a strict target for offshore wind power in Norway, hoping to create new business poems and the need for wind power on it. land.
At the weekend County Council meeting, the party will talk about a treaty that encourages wind power at sea. T enough to produce 100 terawattimer power per year by 2030.
This equates to nearly 70 per cent of the electricity generated today by Norway, which was 145.7 terawat last year, according to NVE.
– Here we can take advantage of the severely difficult wind facilities that created the Norwegian revolution by developing our expertise at sea, says MDG Arild Hermstad to E24.
The UK has ambitions
Norway has not developed any wind power offshore and has not set positive targets. By contrast, the UK has exported 8,000 megawatts of offshore wind over 39 projects, and established a goal to create a third of offshore wind power by 2030.
To explain: 8,000 megawatts are eight times bigger than the biggest wind project to be built in Norway, the Fosen Statkraft project.
To achieve 100 terawhatter annual results, Norway appears to have built more than three times as much wind as the British did so far, that's 25,000 to 30,000 megawatts.
Companies such as Equinor and Danish Ørsted have helped develop a British offshore wind for many tons of a kroner. Britain's goal is to increase the number of offshore wind jobs by around 7,200 today to 27,000 by 2030.
Green Party The Green Party wants similar steps in the Norwegian part of the North Sea, to contribute to European green movement and create business opportunities for the Norwegian industry.
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– They should be able to
– Why 100 hours terawat?
– It is a theoretical calculation. We have discussed this with people in the industry who think it should be possible. The UK has around 30 terawatto hours at sea. Norway has good facilities and a great opportunity to build lots, according to Hermstad.
– Should this whole stream be exported?
– In principle, we look for us to build lines on rents and exports, and we may meet it by making hydrogen. Norway is a shipping country and should be the forefront of hydrogen. I think the shipping industry will need hydrogen to remove the emissions, Hermstad said.
Both strong and floating
MDGs plunge south to Norway in the North Sea, where it is well placed to build onshore-based wind power. Doggerbank is a short distance from the British sea, where Equinor produces 3,600 megawatts of wind.
The party is also opening up despite the fact that some offshore winds should be built, although this technology has still been more resistant to the ground-based institutions.
MDG believes that such migration will provide enormous business opportunities for the Norway supply industry during the 2020s, where Norway has few major oil and gas developments, and reduces the need for onshore wind t in Norway.
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Would you like "scheme redesign"?
At the same time, few of the projects at sea are still profitable. If Norway creates a domestic market of 25,000 to 30,000 megawatts of wind power as MDG is now debating, it needs to support schemes.
"We are known as an off-shore wind re-supply scheme" offshore ", which reduces the risk to investors," Hermstad said.
– Authorities should run good risk reduction schemes. One can also view a model in which the state enters and takes part of the investments with the investor, which is made in the North Sea by the direct financial interest of the State, t says.
$ 10 billion "Making Wonders"
– How much will it cost?
“If we look at the overall level of investment, NOK 750 billion may be needed in capital from private companies, then the state should take up a debt settlement,” Hermstad said.
“We haven't accounted for what it costs, but here, ten billion NOKs, one tenth of the work carried out by the oil industry during the last 11 years of research, will wonder!” T he did.
The case is still continuing on the hat.
– Where do you get that money at, when budgets are tighter?
– I don't think it will be difficult to find a place for a type of incentive schemes in the state budget in the short term, Hermstad said.
– If we say new licenses and research in the oil industry, it will also mean extra money for the Treasury in the short term, it says.
Major investment in offshore wind outside Norway will be able to reduce onshore wind power, an issue that has recently been won by conservationists.
Drag about nature on land
– Should there be one pressure on wind power on already profitable land?
– The onshore problem is that one will not pay for the natural costs. Many of the new projects are causing natural damage. The conflicts will rise on land and increase costs. The opportunities to expand on land are also less than at sea, according to Hermstad.
Onshore wind power in Norway is profitable, and a number of new projects are planned. Some of it are face-to-face, including from the Tourist Association and nature conservationists, although a wind turbine will cost 10 million pounds in annual property rentals.
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With new, larger, more efficient and more efficient mills, one will be able to deliver on profitable wind power on land in Norway, and the projects are growing bigger. Recently, Norsk Vind Energi published plans for Hordavind, a project that could be doing 5.4 terawat times per year or four per cent of Norwegian electricity.
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Building the wind
Equinor is the only Norse company to build high winds at sea, but it can meet in the UK, Germany, the USA and Poland.
The company has also proposed a proposal for offshore wind farms in the North Tampen area for the operation of oil and gas installations, but then the company NOK 2.5 billion has to support the Enova support.
This month, Storting discussed how Norway can build up a Viking wind wind, after questioning members from Labor Labor Michael Knutsen.
– This train is now going, Knutsen said in Storting on 13 March.
“The question is whether we should take part in Norway and give a new industry poem,” he said.
In 2017, E24 wrote that the Shipbuilders Association, Norsk Industri and its industry organization Norwea, had called on the government's desire to take 10 per cent of the global marketplace.
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– must be on market terms
According to the Minister for Kjell-Børge Freiberg (FRP), Norwegian companies are already exporting goods and services exports to billions of wind-related bills. Enova can support demo projects, but Freiberg does not set out strong targets for offshore wind development in Norway.
– Failure to do this forms the basis for renewable energy development in Norway that this should be done on market terms, ie subsidies and support, says Freiberg in the Storting on 13 March.
Wind power at sea is no longer profitable today, but in parts of Europe, workers such as Vattenfall and Ørsted have delivered zero applications in onshore wind sales, ie one believes that there is no t Prices are high for some projects without subsidies.
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