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    Fresh Opportunities for Smart Grid Solution Providers in Europe Fresh Opportunities for Smart Grid Solution Providers in Europe Presentation Transcript

    •       The Development of Demand  Response in Europe    Smart Grid Technology Conference     June 2010      Jessica Stromback  VaasaETT Global Energy Think Tank 
    • A unique Collaborative Concept incorporating a Global Interactive Expert Community with Collaborative Projects
    • Presentation Content         ‐  Central Position of Demand Response for Europe  ‐  Regulatory Background – European Commission  ‐  Resulting Content and Focus of DR Activities   ‐  Drivers and Barriers  ‐  Overview of National Levels of Development  ‐  Examples of Current Programmes & Pilots  ‐  Changes at the Top        
    • Definition of Demand Response       •Any program which communicates with the  end consumer and either enables them or  encourages them to lower or shift energy  consumption during periods of raised energy  prices.   Tools •Feedback, direct & indirect  •Automation   •Dynamic Pricing     
    • Central Position of Demand Response For Europe            
    • VaasaETT, Capgemini, Enerdata (2008) The Potential of Residential and Commercial DR and Feedback Programs in the EU 15 Member States
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    • Current Regulatory Framework     • “Provide for the possibility of using energy  efficiency and demand‐side management as  alternatives to new supply and for environmental  protection” Energy end‐use efficiency and energy services directive 2005     • “Member States shall ensure the  implementation of intelligent metering systems –  subject to an economic assessment”  2006/32/EC2006/32/EC Article 13 & 3rd Energy Package   •“ The consumer should be provided with  information on actual consumption often enough  to  enable customer to regulate his own energy  consumption” 2006/32/EC2006/32/EC   
    •       Development Path of DR in Europe      Residential  Residential DR   Commercial DR   Smart Grids  Feedback    Applications  Wind  Micro‐generation,  Customers  SM Rollout  Generation  aggregation,  rights to  Program  Capacity  financial market    Develop  shortages  models   Lower  ment  Network  Consumption    Shortages 
    •       DR Drivers in Europe for Retailers    1.  European Commission ESD* Article 13  2.  Technological ability  3.  Intermittent renewables/ Wind Generation  4.  Increased Switching Rates  5.  Number & intensity of peak consumption hours  6.  Lowered capacity margins  7.  Threat of stricter CO2 regulations  8.  Successful pilots        *Energy Services Directive 
    • 1.  Technological ability  Country    Status  Residential market  Denmark  Discussion  Sweden  Completed      Completed – Mandated - Finland  80% 2014                     Discussion – Postponed/Complications Norway  2015 (approx)    Netherlands  Postponed  France   2012‐2017    (approx)  Germany   Postponed   SM  Italy   Completed  Portugal   Postponed  Spain  2018  Austria  Discussion  Belgium  Discussion  UK  Mandated  Greece  Postponed 
    • 2. Increase of Wind Generation   Country   % 2008  Dark Green= 10%+ Green = 4-10 %   Denmark  Sweden  19  1  Yellow= 1-4 % Grey = 0-1%   Finland  .25  Norway  1       Netherlands  4.5    France   1    Germany   7      Italy   1.5    Portugal   8.5    Spain  9    Austria  Belgium  3  5  UK  1.5  Greece  3 
    • Wind Generation  
    • 2. Increase of Wind Generation  Country   % 2020  Wind is the fastest growing form of generation in  Denmark  30+  Europe –   Sweden  10+  Dark Green= 10%+ Green = 4-10 %   Finland  10+  Norway  5+       Netherlands  10+    France   Germany   10+  15+      Italy   10+    Portugal   15+    Spain  15+    Austria  5+    Belgium  10+    UK  10+  Greece  10+ 
    •  Real Capacity Margins 2008  •      Low Local network capacity    Country   % 2008 *  Real capacity margin = 0% or  Denmark  12  less  Real Capacity = + 5% less  Sweden  17  brown  None   Finland  ‐3  Norway  12  Netherlands  0  France   ‐ 6  Germany   2  Italy   5  Portugal   5  Spain  8  Austria  26  Belgium  ‐8  UK  2  Greece  ‐3 
    • Switching – Improve Competitive Edge DR lowers retailer risk – switching increases that risk
    • Customer Switching     Country  Switching %  Grey = 0-3% 2008  Yellow = 3-5%    Green = 5-8% Denmark  3                     Dark Green = 8%+ Sweden  9  Finland  5    Norway  10    Netherlands  France   9  2.5  Germany   7.5  Italy   2  Portugal   .5  Spain  2.5  Austria  2  Wal: 10,2 FL:4,17 BRU: Belgium  2,89 UK  19  Greece  .1 
    • Past and Current Pilot Studies     Increasing Body Successful     Experience 
    • Experiential Learning Theory Concrete Experience   Active  Active Observation   Experimentation  E. Kolb Abstract  Comprehension  
    • Feedback – Energy Efficiency   Starting place for Europe       Average %             Lowest %            Highest % 
    •   Drivers:   Low Capacity Margins  High Peaks in   consumption  Wind generation  Retail market competition   
    •    Market  Readiness for  DR Activity       •Moving Target   •Program sensitive   •Commercial  •Residential  •Automation  •Pricing  •Feedback     
    • Sample: Current Rollouts and Program  Developments  in Europe  
    • Ambient and Informational Feedback Technology/ Utility Partnerships Growing: • Scottish and Southern – ONZO • British Gas – Green Energy Options • Nuon, Fortum, EDF, Enel ….. onzo Interactive Institute Yello now Enel Has 1.5 million customers CER GEO Feedback is at National Rollout stage in several countries
    • Dynamic Pricing and Feedback  Pilots      Commission For Energy Regulation Ireland   5,375 Residential Electricity Customers  1,995 Residential Gas Customer  778 SMEs   35% Take up rate  Testing:4 different TUO Rates                Rewards overall energy reductions                In House Displays          Informative Billing          Educational material           Website           Rewards overall energy reductions  Trial Period: June 1st 2010 – May 31st 2011 
    • Home Automation      SEAS-NVE - Panasonic Partnership Plans to offer home automation systems to entire Danish customer base. (400,000 households) Includes: Feedback + Automated Lighting, gas and electric heating, intelligent appliances, heat pumps + micro-generation and battery storage. Systems Capabilities: •Efficiency •Demand response •Micro generation •Electricity storage
    • Smart City   Smart cities are now located in: France, Germany,     Sweden, Denmark, Norway, UK …   Example:  ABB & Fortum partnership Smart City Sweden  Programs include: Energy efficiency measures and  automation in public buildings, public contest, increased  efficiency in public transportation and lighting, Public  education, education about food and transport, Infrastructure  for electric cars, integration of renewable generation….  Budgets range from €30 to 100 million   
    • Market Barriers:  Customer communication,                            Regulation,                            Cost/Benefit Challenges                           Lack of knowledge – Utilities & Governments                           Financial markets      Market Barriers ‐  Energy Managers  Findings from interviews and survey:          ‐ 27 Interviews with utility managers         ‐ 86 responses to international survey                                
    • Demand Response  Barriers  
    • Sample of Current Government Initiatives and  Projects  Norway:  Smart City Project and Research Centre – Oslo   •                  Demonstration: Demand Response, Renewables, Energy                                                   Efficiency   •                 10 Year commitment to build and experiment with financial                    market structures for Smart Grid     ICT for Energy:  Methodologies for Measuring energy efficiency and  demand response                               Three Stages                              Global Benchmark of ICT’s energy saving capability                               Smart Grids CO2  Reduction Potential From Europe     
    • Current EUC Initiatives and Projects  Joint Research Centre EUC:     Country by Country measure of potential of Demand Response for Europe  to increase efficiency and balance planned wind generation    Schneider, VaasaETT     Smart Grids Technology Platform DG TREN:   •TSO/DSO Group :  Demonstration projects €1.2 billion   •Retailer Group: Demonstration and research projects for €1.3 billion*           Includes international participation – PLMA   •Regulators Group  •Demonstrations of complete Smart Grid Rollout – Central Generation to  energy consumer feedback  •Interest Groups:  Technology providers, ICT, Micro Generation, Retailers,                                   Aggregators, TSO, DSO….,     * Will be requested
    • THANK YOU! Jessica Stromback VaasaETT Global Energy Think Tank +358 40 72 56 023 jessica.stromback@vaasaett.com