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Roland Schulze

Managerial Adviser, Low Carbon Energy Technology

European Investment Bank

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European Investment Bank

2175 K Street NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20037

United States

Company Description

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is the European Union's bank. The EIB is the long-term lending institution of the EU and is the only bank owned by and representing the interests of the European Union Member States. It makes long-term finance available for s...more

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NER400 Innovation Fund

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The EIB, represented by Roland Schulze, took the floor several times, too.
Roland Schulze of the EIB, who has been closely involved with the predecessor of NER400 Innovation Fund - NER300 - since its earliest days, repeatedly drew attention to the difficulty of fairly evaluating competing proposals that deal in product innovation or that set the challenge at a very high level, by demanding, for example that a project deliver a 'functionality' like thermal comfort. - Roland Schulze [NER400.com comment below] Delbeke aligned himself with de Warren when he summed up the discussions: "We had the discussion on whether we should strive for optimising process emissions […] or whether we should go for product innovations […]. We concluded that in fact the best way to look at this is that there are a number of functionalities that we want to reach and at least five were suggested: we need more for insulation, lightweighting of materials, energy storage, lighting, improved energy efficiency in renewable energy not least of photovoltaic panels. But Delbeke appeared to acknowledge Schulze's concerns: "There were four or five elements that I noted from our discussion, of which 'Keep it simple'. NER300 was overly complicated but the more we were going into the discussion I was holding my breath because if we have to put that into operation it could become as complicated as the NER300. His willingness to imagine an NER400 Innovation Fund that would fund product development did not seem totally sincere. He had also said, "You will hardly hear anyone in DG CLIMA talking about green industries and normal industries. Roland Schulze is right to insist on a clear selection criterion for the projects in the competition, especially as the competition will span a wide range of very different technologies.


NER400 Innovation Fund

ner400.com [cached]

The EIB, represented by Roland Schulze, took the floor several times, too.
Roland Schulze of the EIB, who has been closely involved with the predecessor of NER400 Innovation Fund - NER300 - since its earliest days, repeatedly drew attention to the difficulty of fairly evaluating competing proposals that deal in product innovation or that set the challenge at a very high level, by demanding, for example that a project deliver a 'functionality' like thermal comfort. - Roland Schulze [NER400.com comment below] Delbeke aligned himself with de Warren when he summed up the discussions: "We had the discussion on whether we should strive for optimising process emissions […] or whether we should go for product innovations […]. We concluded that in fact the best way to look at this is that there are a number of functionalities that we want to reach and at least five were suggested: we need more for insulation, lightweighting of materials, energy storage, lighting, improved energy efficiency in renewable energy not least of photovoltaic panels. But Delbeke appeared to acknowledge Schulze's concerns: "There were four or five elements that I noted from our discussion, of which 'Keep it simple'. NER300 was overly complicated but the more we were going into the discussion I was holding my breath because if we have to put that into operation it could become as complicated as the NER300. His willingness to imagine an NER400 Innovation Fund that would fund product development did not seem totally sincere. He had also said, "You will hardly hear anyone in DG CLIMA talking about green industries and normal industries. Roland Schulze is right to insist on a clear selection criterion for the projects in the competition, especially as the competition will span a wide range of very different technologies.


www.policyforumforwales.co.uk

Adam Baddeley, Head of Energy, Eunomia Research & Consulting Kevin Bygate, Chief Executive, SPECIFIC; Ceri Davies, Executive Director for Knowledge Strategy and Planning, Natural Resources Wales; Kee Evans, Senior Associate, Eversheds; Simon Marshall, Key Accounts Director for Small Modular Reactors, Westinghouse; Professor Nicolas Pidgeon, Professor of Environmental Risk, Cardiff University; Roland Schulze, Managerial Advisor, Low Carbon Energy Technology, European Investment Bank; Tony Thickett, Director of Wales, The Planning Inspectorate; Chris Williams, Development Director, Tidal Energy and Dr Peter Zhang, Managing Director, SinoFortone have also agreed to speak at this seminar.


ETS Innovation Fund » arrowsmith

ner400.com [cached]

The EIB, represented by Roland Schulze, took the floor several times, too.
Roland Schulze of the EIB, who has been closely involved with the predecessor of ETS Innovation Fund - NER300 - since its earliest days, repeatedly drew attention to the difficulty of fairly evaluating competing proposals that deal in product innovation or that set the challenge at a very high level, by demanding, for example that a project deliver a 'functionality' like thermal comfort. - Roland Schulze [NER400.com comment below] Delbeke aligned himself with de Warren when he summed up the discussions: "We had the discussion on whether we should strive for optimising process emissions […] or whether we should go for product innovations […]. We concluded that in fact the best way to look at this is that there are a number of functionalities that we want to reach and at least five were suggested: we need more for insulation, lightweighting of materials, energy storage, lighting, improved energy efficiency in renewable energy not least of photovoltaic panels. But Delbeke appeared to acknowledge Schulze's concerns: "There were four or five elements that I noted from our discussion, of which 'Keep it simple'. NER300 was overly complicated but the more we were going into the discussion I was holding my breath because if we have to put that into operation it could become as complicated as the NER300. His willingness to imagine an ETS Innovation Fund that would fund product development did not seem totally sincere. He had also said, "You will hardly hear anyone in DG CLIMA talking about green industries and normal industries. Roland Schulze is right to insist on a clear selection criterion for the projects in the competition, especially as the competition will span a wide range of very different technologies.


EURACOAL - European Association for Coal and Lignite

www.euracoal.com [cached]

Roland Schulze (EIB): Financing coal-related projects under the EIB´s new energy sector lending strategy | Date: 11.06.2014
EURACOAL - European Association for Coal and Lignite Roland Schulze (EIB): Financing coal-related projects under the EIB's new energy sector lending strategy


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