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Page 1: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management · Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Hawaii OCS Renewable Energy Task Force Meeting Mark B. Glick Administrator, State Energy Office ... “We Have

Bureau of Ocean Energy Management Hawaii OCS Renewable Energy Task Force Meeting

Mark B. Glick Administrator, State Energy Office December 5, 2012

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• Assess RE, EE, potential (+transportation)

• Set goals, codify with public policy

• Develop scenarios to reach goals

• Keep public informed and engaged

• Build consistent, supportive regulatory & permitting climate

• Deploy infrastructure

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Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative: “A Proven Path for Economic Growth”

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“Body of Knowledge”

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8 Reports: RPS, energy resources, GHG, geothermal, hydrogen, bioenergy, ERC, LBE

6 Reports : Bioenergy, Biofuels, Interisland Cable, RE to Displace Oil, ERC, LBE

12 Reports: Interisland Cable, Policy Analysis, Solar Resource, Wind Integration & Resoure, Energy Efficiency, HCEI Permitting Guuidebooks, ERC

8 Reports: HCEI Roadmap, Interisland Cable, Wind Integration, Net Zero Energy, Resource Assessment, Renewable Power Options, Solar

2008

2009

2010

2011 2012

3 Complete + 9 in development: Programmatic EIS, Energy Storage, Interconnection Standards, PACE Technical and Business Analysis, Geo. Resource Assesment, Smart Inverter Deployment, Hydrogen for Grid Mang., EAP, Updated Scenario Analysis

46 Reports since 2008

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“We Need It” Hawaii Clean Energy Scenario Analysis

Our 70% clean energy goal for the electricity sector is achievable ! -through aggressive energy-efficiency goals, high deployment of commercially available renewable resources, and an interisland cable connection

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“We Can Afford It” Scenario Installation & Capital Requirements

Renewable Energy Sources ($ / kWh) Scenario 8 Capital Cost Range

Solid Biomass 83 MW $2,000 - $6,000

Wind 1,060 MW $2,400 - $2,800

Geothermal 102 MW $3,000 - $5,000

Small Hydro 24 MW $2,500 - $4,000

Solar - Residential Roofs 179 MW $8,125 - $9,375

Solar PV (large roof/utility scale) 651 MW $6,500 - $7,500

MSW/Landfill Gas 77 MW $2,100 - $3,500

Ocean Energy (wave) 53 MW $2,000 - $7,600

Energy Efficiency 495 MW $70 - $100

Assumes $16 billion of NPV for capital investment and a “break-even” value of this investment when the long-term average cost of oil is $65 to $85 per barrel (bbl).

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Laws & Regulations • RPS & EEPS Goals codified as law • FIT, Net Metering, Decoupling, RSWG • Transportation Goals

Incentives & Technical Assistance

• Tax Credits • Public Benefits Fee Administrator • US Dept. of Energy – formula grants,

ARRA, technical assistance

“Let’s Motivate” Carrots & Sticks

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“Assistance is on the Way”

Priority Processing • County, State, Federal Agencies

HSEO Online Permitting Wizard (July 2012) DOH ePermitting Portal (Public) DPP Online Building/Electrical Permits (2011) HSEO/Office of Planning GIS Mapping (2013)

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“Our Legislative & Regulatory Accomplishments”

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• RE Infrastructure Program Docket • Maui County PV/Wind Permit Guide, DSA 18.0 • New home solar hot water heating mandate (HRS 196-6.5) • Act: RPS revised to 25% by 2020, 30% by 2030; created EEPS (4300 GWh reduction by 2030); allowed EPC contracting •Act: subdivision exemptions for RE

• Comp. Bidding Framework Docket • Act: Created $1.05 “Barrel Tax” for HCEI and food • Act: Gas Co to submit RPS reports

• Decoupling Docket • Act: Customer sited generation is not “public utility” • Act: RE includes customer site gen. • Act: Modifies REFSP to allow biofuel 500Kgal/yr • Act: Extends subdiv. exemption • Act: Allows solar on better Ag lands

2008

2009

2010

2011 2012

• Bill: Cable regulation • Bill: Creates HERA • Bill: RE allowed for Ag ops •Bill: Extends end. species taking law • Act: EV law revision • Act: PUC to consider diverse fossil fuels • Act: Removes geothermal subzones • HRS 201N refined • C&CH Solar Permit ruling: 2012/INT-1 • Hawaii County Ord. for RE permitting

Open Dockets: • Intragovernmental Wheeling (opened in 2007) • HECO Feed-in Tariff (opened in 2008) • HECO Rule 14H (opened in 2010) • Implementation of Reliability Standards (opened in 2011) • Integrated Resource Planning (opened in 2012)

• HEI/State of Hawaii Energy Agreement • RE Portfolio Standards Docket • KIUC Tariff Docket • Act: Allows solar on Ag lands

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“Our RE Accomplishments”

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• Biofuels Plant (110MW) • AKP, 16MGY • FIT Tiers 1 & 2 •PPAs: Honua (6.6MW), KWP II (21MW), IC Sun (5MW), PGV II (8MW), KSP II (5MW), Auwahi (21MW), Kapaa PV (1MW), Poipu PV (3MW) • Kauai Fm Fl, FPA • Maui Smart Grid

2008 2009

2010

2011

2012 • HECO RFP (200 MW) • PGV II (8MW), KWP II (21MW), Kawailoa (69MW), Auwahi (21MW), Hpower Exp (33MW), KSP I & II (10MW), Honua (6.6 MW), Hu Honua (20MW), Castle & Cooke PV (20MW), Hunt PV (5MW), AKP (24MGY), C&C Wind Farm (200MW), KSP I (5MW) • KIUC Smart Grid Project • KIUC Hydroelectric projects • A&B PV (6MW), Anahola PV (12MW), Green E° (6.7MW), Poipu PV (3MW) • UOP Pilot Plant • Big Island Biodiesel (5MBY) • HSWAC (7.7 GWh)

• La Ola PV (1.2MW) • Pub Ben Fee Adm PPAs: Kahuku (30MW), Green E° (130kW) • General Atomics • KWP I (1.5MW)

• HNU (16kW)

• HECO Biofuel RFP (42MGY) • KREP PV (1MW) • New DSM Programs • Kahuku (30MW) • Kapaa PV (1MW • Gas Co. Pilot RSG • PPAs: Kawailoa (69MW), Green E° (6.7MW) • KFF, FPA • Kahuku (15MW) • La Ola 1.2MW)

• Poipu (1.5MW)

• KIUC Smart Grid

• HECO RFP (100MW)

• Waiawa HS (1MW)

• Hawi (1 MW) • KWP II (10 MW) • Kihei Sub (1 MW) • Auwahi (11MW) • MECO Flow (1.2MW)

• HELCO (2x 248kW)

• A&B (2x 1.5MW)

2013

RPS:17.8%

RPS:18.8%

RPS: 20.4%

RPS: 24.4%

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“We Have the Resources”

Hawaii Renewable Energy Potential (GWh)

0 2000 4000 6000 8000

Biomass

Wind

Geothermal

Hydro

Solar

MSW

Kauai Demand

RE Potential

Oahu Demand

RE Potential

Molokai Demand

RE Potential

Lanai Demand

RE Potential

Maui Demand

RE Potential

Hawaii Demand

RE Potential

Oahu has the most energy demand, but most renewable energy sources are on the neighbor islands

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“Submarine Transmission is a Key”

Palilo Channel 9 miles across 850 feet deep

Kalohi Channel 9 miles across 540 feet deep

‘Au‘au Channel 9 miles across 250 feet deep

Kaua‘i Channel 72 miles across

10,890 feet deep

Kaiwi Channel 26 miles across 2,200 feet deep

‘Alenuihāhā Channel 29 miles across 6,810 feet deep

The interisland cable is essential to Hawaii’s clean energy future

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11.80%

13.83%

15.78%

17.72% 18.75%

20.32%

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

RPS

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ls (%

)

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“We’re Making Progress” Compared to Other US States

1st Solar Water Heaters per Capita

1st Energy Savings Performance Contracting per Capita

2nd Cumulative Installed PV Capacity per Capita 2nd Power Purchase Agreements per Capita 3rd Clean Energy Economy Job Growth

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“Efficiency Accomplishments”

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• DOE Awarded DBEDT $9.5 million in Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Funds

• State launches $34M Capital District project • PUC awards $38M contract to SAIC for Utility EE programs • DOT signs PPAs for 7 PV systems

• 15 Kauai schools get solar PV systems • Navy invests $2.2M solar thermal at Pearl Harbor, Hickam • State DPS invests $25.5 million in retrofits • UH Community College system plans $32.8 million EE investment

2008

2009

2010

2011 2012

• Castle Med completes $2.3M EE upgrades • Aiea H.S. installs solar PVs. Honolulu Museum of Art $1.5M EE • Hawaii Energy, Forest City launch Energy Smart Initiative

• Waikiki Resort Hotel upgrades chiller plants and cooling towers • Honolulu Academy of Arts begins EE project • Honblue retrofits cut usage by 20 percent

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“Efficiency Savings”

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200,000

400,000

600,000

800,000

1,000,000

1,200,000

1,400,000

1,600,000

2010 2011 Target

2011 PBFA / Other DemandManagement Savings

Prior Years PBFA Savings

Prior Years Utility Savings

Solar Water Heating (PBFA)

Solar Water Heating (Utility)

* Source: HECO

Reporting Entity 2011 PBFA Savings (MWh)

HECO 112,920 Hawaii Energy 157,498

1,365,000

MWh Energy Efficiency Savings Breakdown

1,215,463

960,302

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“The Private Sector is Responding” Solar-Related Construction Expenditures

Solar-related construction expenditures reached nearly 17% in 2011

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Distributed Renewable Energy Systems As of 2011, over 9,000 distributed renewable energy systems have been installed

statewide, totaling over 58 MW in capacity.

7 18 21 23 30 108 207 567

1,168

2,189

5,266

29 kW 52 kW 65 kW 76 kW 166 kW 647 kW 1,920 kW

5,863 kW

7,555 kW

12,321 kW

29,658 kW

0

5,000

10,000

15,000

20,000

25,000

30,000

35,000

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2,000

3,000

4,000

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HECO HELCO MECO KIUC

(Public Utilities Commission) 2011 Data incomplete, missing KIUC installations

9,000+ Distributed Renewable Energy Systems Total

“The Private Sector is Responding”

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“We’re Seeing Economic Benefits” Hawaii is expected to have over 14,000 green jobs by 2012

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Second in the Nation Cumulative Installed Photovoltaic Capacity per Capita

State Cumulative Through 2010 (WDC/person) 2010 Installations (WDC/person)

1. Nevada 38.8 25.3

2. Hawaii 32.9 13.6

3. New Jersey 29.6 15.1

4. California 27.4 6.8

5. Colorado 24.1 12.3

National Average 7.0 2.9 Source: 2010 U.S. Solar Market Trends, July 2011 (IREC)

“We’re Getting Results”

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Hawaii’s first clean energy accelerator program. HREDV will award $600,000 ($20,000 - $100,000 per company) to 3-8 companies with clean energy technologies that advance Hawaii’s energy needs and can scale for global impact

Starting Fall 2012 To support and grow Hawaii”s energy technology community. A five-month program to provide entrepreneurs and companies tools and networks to develop their businesses.

“Next Level Test Bed - Energy Accelerator”

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“Let’s Work Together”

Hawaii State Energy Office [email protected]

http://energy.hawaii.gov 808-587-3807