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ポーランドの再生可能エネルギー産業における建設活動:発展予測と投資計画

Renewable energy construction in Poland 2014: Development forecasts and planned investments

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ポーランドの再生可能エネルギー産業における建設活動:発展予測と投資計画 Renewable energy construction in Poland 2014: Development forecasts and planned investments
出版日: 2014年02月01日 ページ情報: 英文 107 Pages
概要

ポーランドでは現在、様々な種類の再生可能エネルギー発電施設の建設や、資金供給プログラムの整備が進んだ結果、再生可能エネルギー部門が急速に成長しています。建設費やその他の関連費用は多くの場合、環境保護・水質管理国民基金(NFOSiGW)から支出される政府基金や、EU(欧州連合)からの基金によってカバーされています。中でも、EUは再生可能エネルギー源プラント建設のために44億ズウォティ(11億ユーロ)相当の資金を提供しています。同国政府は国内の再生可能エネルギー発電施設の運用のための新たな法的枠組みを整備しようとしています。また、資金を特定のプロジェクトに集中投下する一方で、段階的に市場から資金を引き上げる計画も立てています。

当レポートでは、ポーランド国内における再生可能エネルギー関連の建設プロジェクトの最新動向・将来展望について分析し、再生可能エネルギー発電プロジェクトの全体的な建設・投資動向や将来的計画、部門別の詳細動向(設備容量・発電量、市場規模、建設費用、主要施設など)、関連規制・政策の動きなどを調査して、その結果を概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 分析手法

第2章 エグゼクティブ・サマリー

第3章 ポーランドの再生可能エネルギー源の構造

  • ポーランド国内の再生可能エネルギー源(RES)プロジェクトの立地
  • 再生可能エネルギー源の電力網への接続状況
  • 再生可能エネルギー源投資プロジェクトの資金調達方法
    • NFOSiGWによる再生可能エネルギー源支援制度
    • EUの基金
    • 国内の基金
    • ノルウェーからの助成金
  • 新しい再生可能エネルギー源法案
    • グリーン認証制度の改正
    • 支援制度改訂の主な目的
    • 再生可能エネルギー源産業のSWOT分析

第4章 ポーランドにおける風力発電

  • 風力発電の設備容量
  • タービン設置・維持のコスト
  • ポーランド国内の風力発電の潜在的成長力
  • ポーランド国内の風力発電プロジェクトへの資金供給に関する規約の改正
  • ポーランド国内の洋上風力発電の成長
  • 風力タービン・タワーの生産
  • ポーランド国内の主要な風力発電プロジェクト

第5章 ポーランドにおける水力発電

  • ポーランド国内の主要な水力発電プロジェクト
  • ポーランド国内の水力発電所の建設コスト

第6章 ポーランドにおけるバイオガス発電

  • 新エネルギー源法案におけるバイオガスプラントの位置づけ
  • バイオガスプラント建設のコストと準備
  • ポーランド国内の主なバイオガスプラント・プロジェクト

第7章 ポーランドにおけるバイオマス発電

  • バイオマスに適応される新たな規制
  • ポーランド国内の主なバイオマス燃焼プロジェクト

第8章 ポーランドにおける太陽光発電

  • 太陽光発電所のコスト
  • ポーランド国内の太陽光発電所建設のための法的枠組み
  • ポーランド国内の主な太陽光発電プロジェクト

第9章 ポーランドにおける地熱発電

  • ポーランドにおける地熱発電プロジェクトの潜在的可能性
  • ポーランド国内の主な地熱発電プロジェクト

第10章 図の一覧

第11章 表の一覧

第12章 PMRについて

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目次

This publication presents the results of a recent study of construction market activity related to facilities that use wind, solar, water, biomass and biogas - renewable fuels - to produce electrical power for sale and use in Poland.

This report supplies analysis of each segment according to fuel source and enlightens readers as to established and emerging market trends . It analyses Poland's planned RES act and describes the potential effects of regulations on companies involved in the generation of power using renewable resources.

This report covers current market issues and planned investments

  • It provides evaluations and descriptions of conditions in all key market segments - wind power, hydroelectric power, biomass and photovoltaics
  • It presents data describing the size (MW) and value (PLN bn) of the entire renewable energy construction market in Poland
  • It discusses obstacles to planned investments and percentage of those successfully finalised
  • It names specific locations in Poland that contain the highest investments in renewable energy generation
  • It examines new industry regulations and estimates their effects on planned renewable energy investments in Poland.

Take advantage of exclusive content

Gain a clearer understanding of the market for power generation construction projects in Poland when you read about:

  • The possibilities for market growth among companies generating power using wind, hydroelectric biomass and photovoltaic sources
  • Investment strategies of leading companies in this market, including details on planned investments and likelihood of completion.

Did you know

  • The construction of a wind power object with a capacity of 1 MW will be an expense of around PLN 6-7m, of which nearly 80% is related to the purchase of a wind turbine.
  • There are no offshore objects in Poland yet, despite years of preparation. The estimated date for the creation of the first offshore wind farms is currently 2020.
  • It is estimated that 51 out of 55 Polish baseload power are currently licensed for co-firing of biomass.
  • At present, small and medium-sized enterprises are suffering the most, unable to wait as long for a new law on renewable energy, while large companies are gaining.
  • Nearly 85% of installations in Poland are working based on biogas from landfills or wastewater treatment plants.
  • Potential development of agricultural biogas and micro-biogas plants in Poland ranges from 3,000 to as much as 4,000 MW.

Selected companies analysed in this report

Kulczyk Investment, PGE, Energa, ENEA, Turon, GSG Towers, Siemens , Nordex, Stocznia Crist , Stocznia Goleniów, LM Wind Power, Vest-Fiber ApS, ABB, ISD Huta Częstochowa, KK Electronics, Tele-Fonica Kable, Energomontaz Gdynia i Mostostal Chojnice, Elektromontaz Północ Gdynia, Vistal Gdynia, Energi, Aluship Technology.

This report is the 'go to' document for professionals engaged in

  • New market entry
  • Locating new projects and contracts in renewable energy construction in Poland
  • Devising a successful corporate growth strategy
  • Evaluating the prospects for upcoming investments in this market
  • Observing and analysing competitor activity
  • Assessment of current corporate market share
  • Creating reporting and analyses for executive and shareholder use.

Well-suited to meet the business information needs of

  • Contractors involved in renewable energy source construction
  • Specialised equipment providers and manufacturers offering products for this sector
  • Businesses offering new construction equipment brands and innovations designed for RES
  • Researchers, analysts and consultants with interests in this sector
  • Financial services professionals at banks, brokerage houses and operating investment funds.

Extract from this report

  • The rapid growth of the RES segment in Poland was driven by a wide range of facilities and funding programmes. Construction costs and other related expenses are frequently covered with state funds disbursed by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOSiGW) and EU funds. Under one of the numerous programmes supporting RES, the EU provided funds sufficient to build renewable energy resources worth PLN 4.4bn (€1.1bn).
  • Poland is about to develop a new legal framework for the operation of RES systems in the country. There are plans to allocate the funds to specific projects in a more planned manner while gradually withdrawing the funding from the market.

Market commentary by expert

The most important factor that is likely to impact the shape of the RES market in Poland will be the currently developed law on renewable energy sources. In the coming months there is a chance that with the development and enactment of new regulations, some of the suspended investments into renewable energy may return to the implementation stage.

Bartłomiej Sosna , Head Construction market Analyst

Table of Contents

1. Methodology

2. Executive summary

3. Structure of Poland's renewable energy sources

  • 1. Location of RES projects in Poland
  • 2. Connection of renewable energy sources to the grid
  • 3. Funding of RES investment projects
    • 1. RES support systems prepared by NFOSiGW
    • 2. EU funds
    • 3. Domestic funds
    • 4. Norway Grants
  • 4. New Renewable Energy Sources Act
    • 1. Changes in the green certificates system
    • 2. Key objectives of the revised support system
    • 3. SWOT analysis for the RES sector

4. Wind power in Poland

  • 1. Installed wind power capacity
  • 2. Costs of building and maintaining wind turbines
  • 3. Growth potential for wind energy in Poland
  • 4. Changes to rules for financing wind power projects in Poland
  • 5. Growth of offshore wind power in Poland
  • 6. Production of wind turbines and wind towers
  • 7. Major wind power projects in Poland

5. Hydropower generation in Poland

  • 1. Major hydropower projects in Poland
  • 2. Construction costs for hydropower plants in Poland

6. Biogas power in Poland

  • 1. Biogas plants in the new Renewable Energy Sources bill
  • 2. Costs and preparation of biogas plant construction
  • 3. Biogas plant projects in Poland

7. Biomass power in Poland

  • 1. New regulations applicable to biomass
  • 2. Major biomass combustion projects in Poland

8. Solar energy in Poland

  • 1. Costs of solar farms
  • 2. Legal framework for the development of solar farms in Poland
  • 3. Major solar power projects in Poland

9. Geothermal power in Poland

  • 1. Potential offered by geothermal projects in Poland
  • 2. Major geothermal projects in Poland

10. List of graphs

11. List of tables

12. About PMR

List of graphs

  • 1. Structure of power generation in Poland (%), by source, 2013
  • 2. Structure of RES capacity installed in Poland (%), 2013
  • 3. Structure of power generation in Poland (%), by source, 2013
  • 4. Structure of RES capacity installed in Poland (%), 2013
  • 5. Structure of RES facilities installed in Poland (%), by number, 2013
  • 6. Consumption of renewable energy in heating and cooling, power generation and transportation in Poland (%), 2010-2020
  • 7. Installed capacity of renewable energy sources in Poland (MW) and capacity change (%), 2005-2013
  • 8. Location of RES units in Poland (%), by capacity, 2013
  • 9. Geographic reach of the major distribution groups in Poland, 2013
  • 10. Amount of financing under the GIS scheme in form of borrowings and grants (PLN m) in Poland, 2013
  • 11. Agreements for additional EU funding as part of projects funded under Priority 9 (PLN m), 2013
  • 12. Allocation of funds (PLN '000) granted to solar collectors and annual utilisation of allocation (%) in Poland, 2010-2015
  • 13. Development of wind power (MW) in Poland and capacity change (%), 2005-2012
  • 14. Location of wind farms in Poland (%), 2013
  • 15. Installed capacity of wind turbines in Poland (MW), 2007-2015
  • 16. Breakdown of construction costs for wind farms in Poland (%), 2012
  • 17. Ongoing maintenance costs for wind farms in Poland (%), 2012
  • 18. Shares of individual types of wind farms in Poland in 2020 (%), according to the government's plan
  • 19. Market shares of leading manufacturers of wind turbines in Poland (%), 2013
  • 20. Hydropower plants in Poland by number of units and generation capacity (%), 2013
  • 21. Installed capacity (MW) of run-of-river hydropower plants in Poland and capacity change (%), 2005-2013
  • 22. Location of hydro plants in Poland, by installed capacity (MW), 2013
  • 23. Structure of construction costs for hydropower plants (%) in Poland
  • 24. Biogas power plants in Poland by number of units and generation capacity (%), 2013
  • 25. Growth of biogas plants in Poland, by installed capacity (MW) and growth change (%, y-o-y), 2005-September 2012
  • 26. Location of biogas plants in Poland, by capacity (MW), 2013
  • 27. Structure of capital expenditure for a typical biogas plant in Poland (%), 2011
  • 28. Categories of operating costs of biogas plants in Poland (net of depreciation costs), 2013
  • 29. Domestic and foreign manufacturers of biogas devices on the Polish market (%), 2012
  • 30. Number and installed capacity of biomass-fired boilers in Poland, by type of fuel (%), 2013
  • 31. Growth of biomass installations in Poland (biomass-fired units) and growth rate (%), 2005-2013
  • 32. Areas most active in biomass use for power generation in Poland, by installed capacities (MW), 2013
  • 33. Major biomass co-firing facilities in Poland, by investor and average boiler age, 2013
  • 34. Annual sum of solar radiation per m2 of area in Poland
  • 35. Area of solar panels in Poland ('000 m2), 2000-2012
  • 36. Solar collectors installed in Poland under the NFOSiGW scheme, 2013
  • 37. Growth of photovoltaic installations in Poland (MW), 2008-2013
  • 38. Average capacity utilisation rate in Poland (%), by electricity generation technology, 2013
  • 39. Breakdown of maintenance costs for solar farms in Poland (%), 2013
  • 40. Breakdown of capital costs for solar farms in Poland (%), 2013
  • 41. Estimated number of heat pumps installed in Poland and change (%), 2005-2012

List of tables

  • 1. Available connection capacity in Poland (MW), 2013
  • 2. Structure of the reference price in accordance with the RES bill
  • 3. SWOT analysis for the RES sector
  • 4. Wind farms existing in Poland, 2014
  • 5. Wind farms under construction in Poland, 2014
  • 6. Wind farms planned in Poland, 2014
  • 7. List of agricultural biogas plants operating in Poland, January 2014
  • 8. Correction coefficients for individual categories of biogas systems in Poland, 2013-2017
  • 9. Agricultural biogas plants planned in Poland, 2014
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