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  • 1. Martin Simpson Head of Energy and Technology 22 nd September2011 2011 9 22 : Sino- British Offshore Wind Power Workshop The Crown Estate: UK Bidding and Permitting Processes

2. The Crown Estate UrbanEstate MarineEstate RuralEstate Windsor Estate 3.

  • 850,000 km2
  • 22000km of coast line
  • 22000km
  • A responsibility to enhance the estates value
  • Subject to good management and stewardship
  • ,

The Marine Estate 4. Wave and Tidal Gas Storage CO2 Storage CO2 Offshore Wind Energy Business Activities 5.

  • Rounds 1&2 including Extensions and Demos
  • 1&2 ,
    • 1.5 GW operational
    • 1.5 GW
    • 2.7 GW under construction (8 projects)
    • 2.7GW 8
    • 3 projects consented, pre-construction(up to1 GW )
    • 3 , 1GW
    • 4 projects awaiting consent(up to 1.3 GW)
    • 4 1.3GW
    • 8 projects pre-application (up to 2.9 GW)
    • 8 2.9GW
  • Scottish Territorial Waters (STW)
    • 5 projects active in pre-application (up to 5 GW)
    • 5 5GW
  • Round 3
    • 32 GW in development
    • 32GW
  • R3 focus is
    • Renewable energy targets
    • Jobs
    • Scale and programme

UK Offshore Wind Programme 6.

    • Technology viability
    • System knowledge
    • Developing concepts
    • Developing relationships

2000-2009 Pioneering Phase 2009-2015 commercialising offshore 2009-2015 2015- Industrial Large scale GW offshore power plants 2015- GW

    • Stimulating competition
    • Applying lessons
    • R&D & demonstration
    • Scale
      • sourcing
      • knowledge base
    • Cost efficiency
      • technology development
      • installation and O&M concepts
      • O&M
      • value chain engineering
    • Component reliability
    • Apply R&D & demonstration
      • New concepts
      • New materials
      • New technology

Industrial Evolution 7. 3

  • Development in partnership with The Crown Estate to consent
  • Shared development risk.Pre-consent co-funding > 100m. Contract obligations on programme and budget to consent. Competition criteria based on confidence in end-to-end delivery.
  • > 1
  • A zonal approach (exclusivity for development partner/consortium)
  • /
  • Assess cumulative impact, engage holistically with stakeholders, supply chain confidence, strategic supply chain development.
  • Direct intervention by The Crown Estate to promote and de-risk
  • Investment in enabling actions on national issues, master planning, workstreams on key risks, forums of developers and politicians.

The Round 3 Approach 8. ProjecApproval . Apply for Consents Obtain Consents Option Notice Served Lease Commencement Works Implementation Works Completion Zone Appraisal Agreement For Lease (AfL) Project A Afl) A Zone Development Agreement (ZDA) ZAD) Zone Development From 2 yrs 2 From 1 yr 1 Typ. 1 yr 1 ProjectApproval Typ. 50 yr 50

  • Key Project Consents
  • Planning Acts
  • IPC/ Marine Scotland
  • IPC/
  • Marine Bill
  • Appropriate Assessment

Partner Development Actions Zone Appraisal & Planning Development Actions Option Period Project Build Lease Project A - A Project Identification ProjectB B Project Identification ProjectA A Project Co Zone Partner 9. Project Concept Consent Determination Consent Application Discharge Consent Conditions Pre-application 2 - 3 Years 2-3 Construction 3 Years 3 Examination by Regulators 12 15 Months 12-15

  • Environmental survey
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Stakeholder /Public consultation
  • /
  • Resolution of objections
  • Mitigation planning
  • Scheme adaptation
  • Submission of Docs

Financial Investment Decision 1 2 years 1-2

  • Pre-construction survey
  • Construction and post construction survey
  • Monitoring reports

Environmental permitting 10. UK Pipeline Market Shares 11. http://www.thecrownestate.co.uk 2011 3 Supporting Information