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  • 1. Utilising Technology in Electric Networks Paul De Martini Managing DirectorAusInnovate Conference Tuesday 22 May 2012 Paul De Martini 1 of 8
  • 2. Policy is Spurring DER AdoptionCombined with accelerating improvements in DER technology price & performance are creatingopportunities for electric system efficiencies 2011 US State Renewable Policy 2010 US State EE Policy Source: EIA Source: ACEEE Over 70% of US population under the equivalent of EU’s 20/20/20 Plan AusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul De Martini 2 of 8
  • 3. Solar PV is Reaching Retail Parity"In the last two years, the delivered cost of energy from PV was cut in half. NRG expects the costto fall in half again in the next two years, which would make solar power less expensive thanretail electricity in roughly 20 states” David Crane, CEO NRG Energy Nov. 2011 2010 2013e: $0.50/Wp AusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul De Martini 3 of 8
  • 4. Transformational Trends “The future is already here, it’s just not evenly distributed” William Gibson, Author Sensing and Clean Enernet Prosumerization Response Generation Smart Monitoring: Solar / Wind: clean Electric Vehicles: rapid Virtual Power Plants: sensor networks, AMI generation integration growth in PEV via smart integrated distributed Demand Management: and transmission distribution solutions and generation, storage and bldg control systems, Distributed Generation: smart endpoints smart endpoints for HEM, DR aggregation, commercial and N-Way Smart Grids: any- increased reliability time differentiated pricing residential renewable DG to-any smart grid enabling Active Customer and clean fuels DG automated, optimized Participation: large scale power flows and resiliency participation of customers via M2M interfaces in wholesale markets and grid operations Source: Cisco AusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul De Martini 4 of 8
  • 5. Convergence Current industry structure is abstracted between the layers DER Integration Driving N-way Convergence: Customers & Markets Markets/Transmission & Distribution Customer energy management systems & distribution controls Hybrid Industry Structure Requires New Control and Management Systems: Integrated & distributed control schemes Energy management platforms that can manage billions of micro-transactions and that resolve multi-stakeholder objectives Enernet driving: Significant change in temporal aspects of electric network operation Analytics & situational intelligence to plan and manage a system with increasingly stochastic resources and loads AusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul De Martini 5 of 8
  • 6. Customer ExperienceLinking Smart Grid with Web 2.0 Enables Customer Partnerships Customer Customer Customer Customer In Control In Context Collaboration Co-creation AusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul De Martini 6 of 8
  • 7. Case Study: Irvine Smart Grid DemonstrationMultiple projects coordinated to assess effectiveness of technology on distribution networks to enableefficiency, reliability and distributed resource integration AusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul De Martini 7 of 8
  • 8. www.newportcg.comAusInnovate Conference Tuesday 22 May 2012 Paul De Martini 8 of 8