4. Wind Energy Leading the Clean Technology Revolution by T. Kerr

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Presentation in ADB Quantum Leap in Wind Workshop, 21 June 2010
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  Wind Energy: leading the cleantechnologyrevolution © OECD/IEA 2009 TechnologyRoadmap Windenergy   © OECD/IEA 2009 Tom KerrQuantum Leap for Wind in AsiaStructured ConsultationManila, the Philippines21 June 2010   The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent those of the Asian Development Bank.  IEA energy technology activities ã Where are we today? ã Global Gaps analysis of low-carbon energy RD&D spending ã In-depth country reviews ã Where do we need to be in 2030? 2050?   © OECD/IEA 2009 TechnologyRoadmap Windenergy   ã 2050: Energy Technology Perspectives ã How do we get there? ã Low carbon technology roadmaps ã Accelerating Energy Innovation project on technology RD&Dpolicy ã Low-carbon energy technology platform  A sustainable energy future:the ‘450 Scenario’ 36384042Reference Scenario OECD+ Efficiency–45%Renewables &biofuels –21%Nuclear–13%CCS –20% WorldBy regionAbatement by technology, 2030Efficiency–57% © OECD/IEA 2009 TechnologyRoadmap Windenergy    ©    O   E   C   D   /   I   E   A   2   0   0   9 Efficiency measures account for 2/3 of the 3.8Gt abatement in 2020. Renewables contribute 20%.With substantial abatement potential outside the OECD+ region, financing will be key to theenergy sector meeting a 450 ppm trajectory. Source: Early excerpt of WEO 2009 for Bangkok UNFCCC meeting 2007 2015 2020 2025 203026283032450 Scenario Other MajorEconomiesOtherCountries 3.8 Gt13.8 Gt Nuclear–10%CCS –10% Efficiency –67%Renewables &biofuels–19%Nuclear –8%CCS –6%Efficiency –55%Renewables &biofuels–34%Nuclear–9%Renewables &biofuels–23% Source: World Energy Outlook, IEA 2009  Wind power growing rapidly © OECD/IEA 2009 TechnologyRoadmap Windenergy Wind power shows exponential growth –but  market forces alone may not be enough to ensure high quality deployment.
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