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  • Israeli smart grid visionIsraeli smart grid visionand plansand plans1Mr. Yasha HainSenior Executive Vice PresidentIsrael Electric Corporation Ltd.
  • Smart grid: BackgroundSmart grid: Background
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 322/05/2013Transformation of the gridTransformation of the gridSource: By M. Rosenfeld, IBM. http://www.generatinginsights.com/whitepaper/the-smart-grid-and-key-research-technical-challenges.htmlTraditional Energy Value Chain Transformed Energy Value Chain
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 422/05/2013Transmission system challengesTransmission system challengesCurrent and imminent challengesCurrent and imminent challengesOver the last years, the complexity of transmissionsystem operation has increased significantly. The main challenges are the integration of renewableenergy sources - particularly wind and photovoltaic (PV)- and large-scale energy trades across wide-areas. Consequences are frequently changing load flowsituations and huge load flows. The power system is operated ever closer to its securitylimits. Therefore congestion management and management ofcritical grid situations are major tasks for thetransmission system operator (TSO) to ensure systemsecurity.Source: Current and imminent challenges for the Transmission System Operator in Germany. J. Vanzetta andCh.Schneiders, IEEE
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 522/05/2013Transmission system challengesTransmission system challengesVision of a 21 st Century Transmission SystemVision of a 21 st Century Transmission SystemSeamless, cost-effective electricity system, from generation toend-use, capable of meeting all clean energy demands andcapacity requirements, while allowing consumer participationand electricity use as desired: Significant scale-up of renewable energy; Allows 100% consumer participation and choice (including distributedgeneration, demand side management, electrification of transportation, and‐energy efficiency); 100% holistically designed (including regional diversity, AC-DC transmissionand distribution solutions, microgrids, and centralized-decentralized control); Accommodates two-way flows of energy and information; Reliable, secure (cyber and physical), and resilient.Source: Electricity Transmission Workshop (DOE), November 1, 2012
  • Smart grid: DefinitionsSmart grid: Definitions
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 722/05/2013Smart grid definitionSmart grid definitionThe smart grid brings togetherThe smart grid brings togetherthe idea of grid modernizationthe idea of grid modernizationand the closer integration of alland the closer integration of allactors in our electricity system.actors in our electricity system.Source: Global Smart Grid Federation 2012 REPORT (http://www.globalsmartgridfederation.org/documents/May31GSGF_report_digital_single.pdf)
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 822/05/2013Smart grid: Evolution or RevolutionSmart grid: Evolution or RevolutionThe progress to date of smart grid projects funded by theAmerican Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the U.S.Department of Energy, as well as various other smart gridimplementations across the United States, has taught theutility industry one clear thing: smart grid is all aboutevolution, not revolution.It will be … a kind of evolution, but withIt will be … a kind of evolution, but withrevolutionary results..revolutionary results..… see the transformation to smartgrids not as an evolution solely basedon new techniques but as arevolution based on the involvementof customers…Smart Grids do not emergeovernight but require a continuousretrofitting of grids over severalyears to make them fit for futuresupply functions.
  • Smart grid: VisionSmart grid: Vision
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 1022/05/2013Smart Grid VisionSmart Grid VisionA smart grid is a form of electricitytransmission and distribution networkthat helps realize the stable flow ofelectricity, while taking in accountchanges in generation sources as wellas trends to the ongoing marketacceptance of electric vehicles and all-electric-powered “smart” housing.
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 1122/05/2013The vision of the future smart gridThe vision of the future smart gridinfrastructureinfrastructureSmartMarketSmartCustomerSmartUtilityAuthorized cost recoveryProtocols, standardsReal-time pricing, link tomarket prices, locationalpricingCommunicationsSensor technologiesSelf-healing gridEfficient pricingValue added servicesSmart appliances, homeautomation networksChanged consumer behaviorDistributed energy and storageElectric vehicleSocial networkingSource: On Using ADALINE Algorithm for Harmonic Estimation and Phase-Synchronization for the Grid-Connected Converters in SmartGrid Applications. Yang Han, 2013
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 1222/05/2013Smart Grid BenefitsSmart Grid Benefitscan be categorized into five groupscan be categorized into five groups Power reliability and power quality. Providing a reliable power supply withfewer and briefer outages, “cleaner” power, and self- healing power systems, through theuse of digital information, automated control, and autonomous systems. Safety and cyber security benefits. Continuously monitoring to detectunsafe or insecure situations that could detract from its high reliability and safe operation.Higher cyber security is built in to all systems and operations including physical plantmonitoring, cyber security, and privacy protection of all users and customers. Energy efficiency benefits. Providing reduced total energy use, reduced peakdemand, reduced energy losses, and the ability to induce end-users to reduce electricityuse instead of relying upon new generation. Environmental and conservation benefits. It helps reduce greenhousegases (GHG) and other pollutants by reducing generation from inefficient energy sources,supports renewable energy sources, and enables the replacement of gasoline-poweredvehicles with plug-in electric vehicles. Direct financial benefits. Operations costs are reduced or avoided. Customershave pricing choices and access to energy information. Entrepreneurs acceleratetechnology introduction into the generation, distribution, storage, and coordination ofenergy.Source: Estimating the Costs and Benefits of the Smart Grid. EPRI, 2011
  • Smart grid: Current statusSmart grid: Current statusin Europein Europe
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 1422/05/2013Status on roll-out of Smart Metering in EU.Status on roll-out of Smart Metering in EU.Directives 2009/72/CE, 2009/73/CE - 13 July 2009 Member States (MSs) shall ensure the implementation ofintelligent metering systems that shall assist the activeparticipation of consumers in the energy supply market. May be subject to an economic assessment of long-termcosts and benefits – by 03.09.2012. MSs shall prepare a timetable with a target of up to tenyears for the implementation of intelligent metering systems. When is assessed positively, the provision for electricitystates that at least 80% of consumers shall be equippedwith intelligent metering systems by 2020.Source: Status on the roll-out of Smart Metering in the EU. Manuel Sánchez. Eurelectric and ESMIG event, Brussels, 6 Dec 2012
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 1522/05/2013Status on roll-out of Smart Metering in EU.Status on roll-out of Smart Metering in EU.Cost Benefit Analysis and planning of roll-outSource: Status on the roll-out of Smart Metering in the EU. Manuel Sánchez. Eurelectric and ESMIG event, Brussels, 6 Dec 2012Cost Benefit AnalysisRoll-out plans for smartelectricity metering systems
  • Smart grid: Current statusSmart grid: Current statusin Israelin Israel
  • Smart city pilot (IEC):Smart city pilot (IEC):general descriptiongeneral description
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 1822/05/2013Pilot project dataPilot project data Binyamina and Giv’at Ada 14,000 residents 3,100 three-phase meters 1,300 one-phase meters Total annual consumption– 50 GWh Average consumption perhousehold - 10,800 kWhOrot RabinPower Plant
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 1922/05/2013Smart City Pilot TargetsSmart City Pilot TargetsGeneralGeneral CustomersCustomersBusinessBusinessprocessesprocessesTechnologyTechnologyCreating apositive image forthe company andbasis forpromoting theprojectExaminingcustomerresponse totechnologicalchangesFormulating anddesigning newwork processesComputingarchitecture ofsmart griddevelopmentLessons towardsto futureimplementationstagesFurtherimprovementsfeedbackRegulation ofmaintenanceprocesses andorganizationalworkarrangementsTechnologicalexperiment ofcommunicationsinfrastructuresand meters
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 2022/05/2013Phase 2: Extended pilot (30K)Phase 1: Binyamina (4.5K) Phase 3: Project roll-outProject stagesProject stagesTechnology studyFormulation and study of newbusiness processesLearning of customer reaction andbehaviorPlanning of organizational andbusiness processesFinish of IT infrastructure preparationSelection of the best technology forwide deploymentCompletion of planning and logisticspreparation for roll-outImprovement of business processesStarting a process of businessoriented changesSmart meters roll-outFull integrationAdvanced services to customersCompletion of businesstransformationRelatively small project with widetechnology rangeNot finalized functional requirementsLimited integration with IT systemsMedium-size project, concentratedtechnologicallyFinalized functional requirementsRealization of advanced integrationschemes with IT systemsLarge project – 2.5 million meters andsupporting IT systemRealization of final integration withcommunication systemsTargetsApproach
  • Smart city pilot :Smart city pilot :pastpast
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 2222/05/2013Date Activity08/2010 CEO decision to initiate smart grid pilot12/2010 CEO approval of Binyamina-Giv’at Ada pilot andpreliminary SOW03/2011 Start of specification preparation11/2011 Finish of specification preparation.Steering committee approval for tender issuing30/11/2011 Publication by MNI of position paper on Smartmetering development plan08/03/2012 Decision to include options to the tender09/05/2012 Tender publication02/12/2012 Technical proposal submission05/2013 Decision to freeze the tender till Pilot finishProject MilestonesProject Milestones
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 2322/05/2013Project problemsProject problems Non-recogniton of project costs by PUA Budget is not approved for the project Schedule delays
  • Smart city pilot :Smart city pilot :presentpresent
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 2522/05/2013 Implementation of the pilot by IEC; Integration of the pilot by IEC; Pilot results as a basis for businessinitiative abroad; Use of existing MDM system – ITF.Smart City PilotSmart City PilotRecent Conceptual ChangesRecent Conceptual Changes
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 2622/05/2013 IES is planning – as a part of roll-outevaluation – to prepare CBA for smartmeters deployment; Preliminary estimation shows that roll-outeconomically feasible for nationaleconomy*. Break-even point: 4% of energyefficiency and 10% peak shaving, but smallcustomers are problematic.Implementation of Cost-Benefit AnalysisImplementation of Cost-Benefit Analysis*Source: M.Ben-Yair, PUA 2.1.2013 ‫הרגולטור‬ ‫בראי‬ ‫חכמה‬ ‫רשת‬
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 2722/05/2013Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, IsraelConsumption expenditure per householdConsumption expenditure per householdElectricity, gas and fuel for dwelling(about 3.6% or ~400 NIS per month)
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 2822/05/2013 CBA will be prepared according toacceptable guidelines; CBA will include all benefits: directexpenses, deferred investments,environmental issues, social benefits etc.Implementation of Cost-Benefit AnalysisImplementation of Cost-Benefit AnalysisSources:Guidebook for Cost/Benefit Analysis of Smart Grid Demonstration Projects .Revision 1, Measuring Impacts andMonetizing Benefits. EPRI, 2012Guidelines for conducting a cost-benefit analysis of Smart Grid projects. JRC, European Commission, 2012
  • Smart grid: Future in IsraelSmart grid: Future in Israel
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 3022/05/2013 Completion of the pilot100% customers by the end of Feb, 2014Pilot operation (6 months duration)Lessons learnt (2014) Tender continuation (2014)Pilot lessons includingOther necessary changes Preparations to full deploymentSmart Grid Project – next stepsSmart Grid Project – next steps
  • Smart grid: SummarySmart grid: Summary
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 3222/05/2013Smart city vs Smart gridSmart city vs Smart gridCorrelation between smart cities and smart grids is strong.Smart grid investments provide an intelligent energyinfrastructure that links together different elements of cityoperations. Conversely, smart city initiatives can help buildconsumer awareness of energy efficiency initiatives.Huge investment being made in smart meters will provide citieswith a platform for energy efficiency improvements, new customerservices, and network optimization.Cities also provide important pilot environments for smart gridinnovations, incl. the integration of distributed renewable energy,support for EV charging, and demand management programs.Both city planners and utilities need to take a holistic viewof these diverse developments.Smart city with Smart gridSmart city with Smart grid
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 3322/05/2013Smart city with Smart gridSmart city with Smart grid (cont’d)(cont’d)The biggest challenge is to extend the pilots intocitywide deployments.This is where the unified thinking shown in pilotscan start to fall apart.Large-scale programs must be tied in to utilities’deployment plans, which in turn are oftendetermined by industry regulators and nationalgovernment policies, making city concerns asecondary consideration.Only by working together can city officials, utilities,industry regulators and politicians create fullerconsumer engagement and ensure that there isadequate energy infrastructure for the needs of asmart city.Sources: Why Smart Cities Need Smart Grids. Eric Woods — March 8, 2013
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 3422/05/2013Smart Grid’s Major ComponentsSmart Grid’s Major ComponentsNerves - AMI (meters and network)- Advanced grid sensing and visualization technologyBrains - Demand Response (through dynamic pricing)- Building energy management systems- Meter Data Management Systems- End-use energy efficiencyMuscle - Distributed generation from renewable, CHP, and othersources- Energy storage technologiesBones - New transmission lines (HVDC, superconducting)- New transformers and substation equipmentSource: ELECTRIC EVOLUTION. Issues Posed and Opportunities Presented by the Emergence of the Smart Grid.D. Fribush, S. Parker, S. Enterline. VEIC Consulting Division, 2010A smart grid is a modernized electrical grid that uses information andcommunications technology … but first of all it is a huge infrastructure project.
  • Y.Hain. Israeli smart grid vision and plans / Israeli Smart Energy Association Conference 3522/05/2013Smart Grid FinancingSmart Grid Financing0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%100%R&DDemonstrationDeploymentTariffs/Private National/Regulated EC0500100015002000250030003500DSOEnergycompanyServiceproviderTSOOtherMEURSource: Overview of EU smart grid projects and activities of the Institute for Energy and Transport on Smart Grids. G.F. De Santi,Director, Institute for Energy and Transport. European Commission’s Joint Research Centre. Brussels, 2011Budget across leading organizationFunding by stage of developmentDistribution SystemOperatorsare the main investors
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