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Wind Power Integration Progress and Challenges ind Energy Essentials E 5940 Wind Energy Essentials EE 5940 College of Science & Engineering, University of Minnesota October 21, 2010 Matt Schuerger Energy Systems Consulting Services, LLC
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Outline of Presentation Context - Development of Wind Power Global, U.S., Midwest DOE 20% Wind Energy Integration of Wind Power into the Grid ind variability and uncertainty Wind variability and uncertainty Operating impacts, Forecasting, Capacity value Wind Integration Studies – Best Practices ummary Summary Discussion Additional Material: Biography, References/Sources, Acknowledgements 2
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Development of Wind Power - Technology - lobal, U.S., Midwest Global, U.S., Midwest - DOE 20% Wind Energy 3
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2009 Global Wind Capacity Rankings 5
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6 Source: 2009 Wind Technologies Market Report , Ryan Wiser & Mark Bolinger, LBNL, Aug 2010
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ind as a Percentage of Electricity Consumption Wind as a Percentage of Electricity Consumption 7 Source: 2009 Wind Technologies Market Report , Ryan Wiser & Mark Bolinger, LBNL, Aug 2010
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State Policies – Renewable Portfolio Standards 9 States have a 8 29 States have a mandatory RPS
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Current Wind Power Capacity (MW) Minnesota 1,797 North Dakota 1,222 Oregon 920 Washington 1,914 VT Total 36,303 MW July 2010 Montana 386 aho Maine 200 H Iowa 670 1,920 Penn. 48 Wyoming 1101 South Dakota 412 Wisconsin 449 Michigan 143 New York 1,274 6 Nebraska MA 15 Idaho 164 J NH 25 RI 2 California 2,739 Colorado 1,248 3,670 748 Illinois 1,848 Ohio 10 Kansas 1,026 WV 414 153 NJ 8 Utah 223 Missouri 457 Indiana 1,127 New Mexico 497 Oklahoma 1,130 Tennessee 29 Under 100 MW 100 MW – 1,000 MW Over 1,000 MW 5 Arizona 63 Alaska 9 Texas 9,707 9 Hawaii 63 Source: American Wind Energy Association
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Midwest Wind Generation ~11 000 MW of wind generation currently (MISO & western PJM) 11,000 MW of wind generation currently (MISO & western PJM) Large amounts of developable wind generation throughout the Midwest Significant difference in quality of wind resource from west to east Midwest Governors Association goal requires equivalent of 75 to100 GW of gq q wind generation ISO JM 7/20/2010 Existing 1 Interconnection Queues 2 Wind Generation MISO existing wind: ~8,000 MW MISO State RESs: ~25,000 MW ISO ide 20% wind: ~50 000 MW MISO PJM MW MW Illinois 1,848 4,700 14,250 Indiana 1,127 2,900 6,750 Iowa 3,670 12,600 ichigan 43 000 00 MW 07/20/2010 MISO-wide 20% wind: 50,000 MW MGA 30% by 2030: 75-100,000 MW Michigan 143 3,000 200 Minnesota 1,797 17,600 Missouri 457 3,900 North Dakota 1,222 6,700 1,500 Ohio 10 250 5,350 outh Dakota 12 0 100 0 500 Notes: 1. Nameplate MW, American Wind Energy Association, http://www.awea.org/projects South Dakota 412 10,100 10,500 Wisconsin 449 600 Total 11,135 62,350 38,550 11 2. MISO and PJM Interconnection Queues, April 3, 2010, Active wind generation projects 3. Nameplate (rated capacity) of wind to supply % of electric energy consumed; net annual wind capacity factor approximated by state; Total state electric energy sales, Energy Information Administration, 2000 - 2008 EIA-861, Projected annual growth rate of electric energy sales at 1% annually from 2008 March 2010
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Wind Capacity Factors – 10 year 12
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20% Wind Energy by 2030 S DOE Report July 2008 U.S. DOE Report, July 2008 Background 20% Wind cenario Scenario Costs Benefits 13
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