What's New in Smart Grid Controls?

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What's New in Smart Grid Controls?

  1. 1. February 2013 Greg Brainard Honeywell Defense and SpaceWhat’s New in Smart Grid Controls?
  2. 2.  Honeywell.com What’s New in Controls for a Smart Grid? • Broadening Energy Integration • Cyber Security Focus • Integrated Controls Advances – Integrating smart grid and microgrid controls with enterprise controls2 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
  3. 3.  Honeywell.com Energy Integration - Microgrid Capabilities Energy Surety • Assured performance Fuel Optimization • Reliability • VERA •Distributed Generation Building Optimization Energy • BIM/BOS Storage • EMCS •Thermal • Weatherization •Battery •PHEV’s •Compressed air Microgrid • Energy “Hub” • Islanding • Continuous operations • Load prioritization Renewables • Biomass Central Utility Plants • Geothermal • Design/build/operate/maintain • Solar • Co-Gen/Tri-Gen • Wind • Multi fuel generators Grid integration Smart Grid • ADR Security • Peak Shaving • Cyber • Metering • Physical • Info dash boards • Reporting3 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
  4. 4.  Honeywell.com Federal Research Center - White Oak The Federal Research Center at White Oak is a state-of-the-art 3 million square foot, $900 million Food and Drug Administration office and lab compound built by the General Services Administration.• Designed, constructed and operate a 26MW central utility microgrid with islanding capability• Operations, maintenance and on-going commissioning of office/lab facilities• On-site power generation – 5.8 MW dual-fuel generator – 2 MW standby ‘black start’ diesel generator – Four 4.5MW natural gas turbine generators – 10,520-tons absorption & electric chillers – Three 10 MMBtu/hr hot water boilers• Integrated plant controls and BAS• Hydronic and electric distribution systems• Building and laboratory optimization• VFDs hot and chilled water pumps Additional 29MW generation being built to• Fixed orientation and one axis photovoltaic arrays provide peak demand islanding capability,• Installation of all ancillary equipment/systems enhanced black start capability, enhanced fuel• Automatic and manual islanding storage capacity and a 2M gallon thermal energy storage tank which will also be a backup for the cooling towers4 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
  5. 5.  Honeywell.com Honeywell Portable Microgrid CONCEPT AND FEATURES • Modular and transportable • Reduces install time/cost • Automated control of sources, loads, priorities, islanding • Management of PEV fleet • Intuitive operator interface • Field reconfigurable • NEC, IEC, UL compliant • Remote monitoring and control • Cyber security features • Fast demand response (Fast DR)5 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
  6. 6.  Honeywell.com Higher Education Campus Cyber Security • Campus vulnerabilities similar to military networks/bases – Same principles for protecting information systems – Data encryption, intrusion detection, reduce attack surface… – Insider threat from many users with access – need to firewall educational portals from operational data – Distributed controls reduce both cyber and physical vulnerabilities • Physical Security Planning – Access controls – locks, fences, enclosures – surveillance6 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
  7. 7.  Honeywell.com Smart Grid Cyber Security At Honeywell Today Demonstrated Generation Transmission Distribution and Results Consumer Systems Industry’s First Security Certified Safety Manager Hardening Control Systems Power Plant OpenADR Architecture Leading Contributor to Industry’s Smart Energy Profile Security Leading Contributions to Developing OpenADR Security Experion Process Control SCADA System ZigBee HAN Platform Architecture Architecture Architecture • Secure process control • Security lifecycle • Secure communication Advanced Technology systems management services for HANs Solutions and Transfer • Industry’s first security • Role-based least privilege • Secure Automated certified safety manager access for SCADA Demand Response Writing Security • ISA - IACSS • NERC - CIP • SEP 1.x Standards • OpenADR 2.0 • University affiliate programs and collaborations Strong Research • Contributing control system security expertise to the NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Panel Collaborations • Founding member of Cyber Security Research Alliance7 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
  8. 8.  Honeywell.com Integrated Controls Advances Honeywell Enterprise Buildings Integrator8 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
  9. 9.  Honeywell.com Honeywell Energy Manager Key Features • Identify and reduce peak energy demands that are driving up costs • Validate and understand utility data • Help optimize your equipment start and stop times • Provide the data to negotiate lower energy rates • Uncover employee equipment overrides that increase costs • Implement powerful load-curtailment strategies • Drag and drop, easily customizable graphics and reports • Measurement and verification opportunities — verify control strategy • Identify peak saving opportunities (Demand Response) • Cost recovery via reimbursable billing from tenants9 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
  10. 10.  Honeywell.com Integrated Microgrid Energy Optimization SUPPLY SIDE Optimization of DEMAND SIDE generation, storage and consumption Campuses Wind Photovoltaics Generation Load forecast forecast Load management - Curtailable loads - Reschedulable loads Cogeneration (CHP) - Critical loads System Equipment Optimization Neighborhoods schedules, fuel switching Other sources – e.g. biomass Purchase Optimum or generate? use of storage capacities UTILITIES Bulk electricity Electric Energy storage network Demand response, cars components dynamic pricing, buying green power Can be used as Batteries, fuel cells, a temporal storage hydrogen, thermal storage, etc.10 Copyright 2013 © Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.

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