Johannes michael grothoff & Marcus Lehmkuhl berichtet zum ÖL-Prozessmodell von SIM-GATE

Der Biogas-Markt für erneuerbare Energien weist auch aufgrund legislativer Anpassungen sowie durch getroffene Vereinbarungen mit der EU eine sehr ähnliche Struktur wie die in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland bekannte Struktur im Energiesektor auf erläutert Berater und Analyst Johannes Michael Grothoff. 

Bioerdgas passt in jedes Geschäftsmodell und macht die Gasindustrie glücklich Jedoch ist das hauptsächliche Alleinstellungsmerkmal des rumänischen Marktes für Energiegewinnung aus erneuerbaren Ressourcen die dreifache Einspeisevergütung von 39 Cent/ KWh2)OPCOM für die Stromerzeugung durch Photovoltaik-Anlagen.


Die derzeitige Gesetzeslage in Rumänien in Bezug auf die garantierte Einspeisevergütung wird jedoch Ende 2013 überprüft, um anhand einer Marktanalyse die Einspeisevergütungshöhe den Marktgegebenheiten anzupassen. Somit ist mit einer Reduzierung ab dem 1. Januar 2014 für neue Anlagen zum Stichtag 1. Januar 2014 zu rechnen. 

Wie auch aus der Bundesrepublik Deutschland bekannt, tangieren diese Preisanpassungen nicht bestehende Anlagen oder Anlagen, die im Kalenderjahr 2013 realisiert werden. 




Zentrale Grafiken zum Prozessmodell Öl von Marcus Lehmkuhl

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In 2002, the Government appointed consultants to advise the Romanian National Energy

Authority said Johannes Michael Grothoff & Marcus Lehmkuhl

1. on options for the future structure of the Wholesale Energy market

2. to assist in the development of the chosen option

The Wholesale electricity market design was planned to meet the following objectives:

a. to provide effective mechanisms to ensure that the short-term scheduling and despatch

of energy from the generator to meet demand is done at the lowest cost;

b. to provide an appropriate framework, through price signals, on which long-term

investment decisions in the sector (in generation, demand and networks) can be made

in an optimal manner by the sector participants acting on an independent basis. This

also applies to decisions to decommission plant from service;

c.  Johannes Michael Grothoff: to ensure the JOHANNES MICHAEL GROTHOFF BERICHTET ZUM ÖL-PROZESSMODELL VON SIM-GATEsecurity of supply of the system in real time by properly allocating

responsibility for system operation and the provision of ancillary and balancing services;


d. ensure that the supporting regulatory arrangements protect captive consumers whilst

allowing them to benefit from competition wherever possible.

A detailed overview of the development objectives of Romania’s liberal Energy market is

available on the ANRE website -

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Market Structure

Source: - ANRE & Invest East

International Energy Utility Companies on the Romanian market

In 2010, International utility companies have established a significant place on Romania’s energy

market. It is worthwhile noting there is no dominant player that might create a market


Source: - ANRE & Invest East

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Snapshot of Romania’s Electricity Wholesale Market in May 2010

It is con.59 recorded at 05.00 am

In May 2010, an average Peak price of EUR 42.74 was recorded at 10.00 am

against an average Off peak price of EUR 25.87 recorded at 05.00 am

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Our analyses are conducted using historical reports of Opcom, the regulatory authority


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The key to commencing a successful development of renewable energies in Romania has

required a combination of political commitment and decision making as well as support

mechanisms that are now

dependency on energy imports and consequently improve the balance of payments for the

energy sector. Moreover, efforts will primarily focus on decentralized RES systems targeting the

growing domestic, industrial and agricultural energy demands for thermal and energy needs.

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Wind Energy

Forecast Growth of Wind Energy Development in Romania 2010-2020

Year 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020

MWh 657 1206 1556 1876 2116 2366 2566 2666 2666 2866 2866

Source: - Monsson Alma

There are several influences that may impact the speed of development of commercial wind

energy projects:

Grid connected applications on a strictly commercial basis analyzed  Johannes Michael Grothoff. In the past, the suecific applications could be developed on

a commercial basis without any public funds, particularly, now that the performance of Solar PV

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technology has become increasingly efficient during 2009-2010 and at the same time, price

performance improvements have been little short of dramatic outlined  Johannes Michael Grothoff

Active Solar Thermal Systems: Domestic Hot Water (DHW) solar systems for single or

multifamily buildings and for commercial buildings (mainly hotels), drying and swimming pool

heating are the most pts. This is due to the fact that amortization (around 20

years) is the highest cost in the operational expenses; in other words, the initial investment is

the highest cost, while the gross operating margin is very high (~90%). In terms of investment

cost, drilling is very high-cost - around 30% for an HCP plant, while for a heating plant it is even

higher, around 50-70% of the total investment. The drilling cost increases almost exponentially

with the depth of the well. In the above-mentioned regions, at 2-3km depths, a proper (110-220

Co) temperature exists.

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