2011 Energy Summit - Siemens Smart Grid Presentation

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2011 Energy Summit - Siemens Smart Grid Presentation

  1. 1. Smart Grids –What and why?May 30th, 2011Richard WunderlichSiemens Canada
  2. 2. AgendaChallenges for a future energy supplyInto the new Electricity Age – Tackling Smart GridWhat does Smart Grid include?Working together to pave the way to Smart GridPage 2 May-30-2011 Smart Grid - what and why?
  3. 3. MegatrendsDemographic dynamics Scarce resources Climate change§ Population growth § Geopolitics § Climate goals 7.5 bill. in 2020 (+1.1 bill.) 70% of global oil and gas Political programs aimed at§ Megacities (>10 mill. people) reserves are located in just long-term reduction in 27 megacities by 2025 a few countries CO2 emissions § Oil price fluctuations Source: UNO Due to efficiency increases: Growing Rising Growing electrification of demand for energy consumption society “clean” electricityPage 3 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  4. 4. The grid challenges Growing demand Increasing share of re-newables Stochastic power flow Increasingly distributed generationSource: E SGAPage 4 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  5. 5. AgendaChallenges for a future energy supplyInto the new Electricity Age – Tackling Smart GridWhat does Smart Grid include?Working together to pave the way to Smart GridPage 5 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  6. 6. Our Utilities are in transformation –The energy system as we know it…TodayPage 6 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  7. 7. … a system with central generation andunidirectional power flow … 4-5 kW for light bulbs and milking machinesPage 7 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  8. 8. … is changing to decentralized generation 30 kWPage 8 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  9. 9. … is changing to decentralized generation 60 kWPage 9 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  10. 10. With innovative technology,Energy Consumers transform into real Prosumers … power informationPage 10 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  11. 11. … trade power and earn money … power … and buy a Chevy Volt! informationPage 11 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  12. 12. Intelligent components enable the transitionfrom Conventional Grids to Smart Grids Micro-Grid- Controller Bi-directional electric vehicle charging station power information Transformer Smart Meter Monitoring- StationPage 12 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  13. 13. AgendaChallenges for a future energy supplyInto the new Electricity Age – Tackling Smart GridWhat does Smart Grid include?Working together to pave the way to Smart GridPage 13 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  14. 14. The basic idea of a Smart GridTomorrow power information “Smart Grid is essentially an intelligent management of load enabled by an IT-supported bi-directional connection between energy generation and consumption.” Page 14 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  15. 15. Smart Grid is a necessary change in the EnergyWorld – and will affect our daily lifePage 15 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  16. 16. AgendaChallenges for a future energy supplyInto the new Electricity Age – Tackling Smart GridWhat does Smart Grid include?Working together to pave the way to Smart GridPage 16 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada
  17. 17. Ontario Smart Grid Fund – Durham Region Demonstration Project Transmission Electro- mobility Efficient fossil Distribution Large Commercial IndustrialWind Power power generation Light CommercialPhotovoltaics & ResidentialConcentrated Solar Power Smart Grid Applications Emission-neutral Intelligent Generation Intelligent Grids Intelligent Consumption Transport Generation Transmission Distribution Smart Grid Applications Consumer Solutions Energy Durham Region Industry Page 17 May-30-2011 Richard Wunderlich All rights reserved - Siemens Canada

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