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Talk delivered at CIR Series http://www.hvm-uk.com/events/register/

Talk delivered at CIR Series http://www.hvm-uk.com/events/register/

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  • 1. Electric  U*lity  Industry   Transforma*on   6th  SMART  GRIDS  &  CLEANPOWER   Cambridge,  UK       June  4,  2014   www.hvm-­‐uk.com   John  Di  Stasio   Former  CEO,  SMUD   Advisory  Board  Member,  Space-­‐Time  Insight  
  • 2. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 2 About  Sacramento  Municipal  U*lity  District   q  Municipal  Electric  U*lity   §  Governed  by  a  Board  of  Directors   q  610,000  Customers   §  540,000  Residen*al   §  70,000  Commercial   q  Summer-­‐Peaking  Load  (Air  Condi*oning)   §  Residen*al  Peak:  4-­‐7pm  June-­‐September   §  Peak  load  ~3300  MW,  of  which  400MW  =  40   hours   q  Energy  Mix:   §  25%  Renewables   n  15%  biomass  and  waste   n     2%  small  hydro   n     1%  solar   n     7%  wind   §  20%  Large  Hydro   §  53%  Natural  Gas   §     2%  Wholesale  Market  
  • 3. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 3 About  Space-­‐Time  Insight   q  Situa*onal  intelligence  solu*ons  for  asset-­‐intensive  industries   q  Shipping  product  since  2008   q  HQ  in  Silicon  Valley;  offices  in  India  and  UK   q  Mission-­‐cri*cal   implementa*ons  worldwide   q  5  of  the  20  largest  US  u*li*es   are  customers   q  Over  75  billion  records   processed  per  month   q  Analyzing  up  to  5  million   assets  per  deployment  
  • 4. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 4 Presenta*on  Overview   Inves*ga*ng  change  in  the  electric  u*lity  industry…   q  External  drivers  for  industry  change   q  A  case  study:  SMUD’s  retail  strategy   q  Responding  to  change  –  smart  grid  
  • 5. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 5 External  Drivers  Overview   Evolu*on  of  the  u*lity  industry  is  being  catalyzed  by  new…   q  Customer  expecta*ons   q  Regula*on  and  legisla*on   q  Markets   q  Business  models   q  Non-­‐u*lity  entrants   q  Services   q  Technologies   q  Genera*on  sources   q  Energy  innova*on  investments   “Energy  deregula*on  will  create  the  largest  transfer  of  wealth  in  US   history.”   Warren  Buffet  
  • 6. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 6 California  and  Western  External  Drivers   q  Climate  Change   n  EPA  and  AB32   q  Organized  Markets   n  Energy  Imbalance  and  Capacity   q  Reliability     n  Physical  and  Cyber  Security   q  Financial  Reform   n  Dodd  Frank   q  Renewable  Integra*on  and  Regula*on     n  The  Duck  Curve  
  • 7. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 7 New  Customer  Expecta*ons:  U*lity  Industry  Evolu*on   Genera*on   The  u*lity  world  of  the  future  will  be  driven  by  a   robust  bi-­‐direc*onal  flow  of  energy  and  informa*on.   Transmission  &   substa*ons   Communica*ons  &   controls   Distribu*on  w/   storage   Energy  users,   distributed     genera*on/storage   Smart   Home   Smart   meter   Smart   meter   Smart   C&I   Solar               Power Smart  Home Smart  Meter Smart   Office EnergyFlow 2-Way Standard Secure Communication The Utility World of the Future Residen*al   Commercial  &   Industrial   U*lity  &  third     party  services     -­‐  Aggrega*on   -­‐  DR,  DG,  storage   -­‐  Dynamic  pricing   -­‐  CAISO,  other  markets  
  • 8. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 8 New  Customer  Expecta*ons:  New  Residen*al  Experience   Blah   PDA   Modem   Smart   appliance   Smart   appliance   Smart     appliance   Smart     appliance   PC,  tablet,  HAN   device   Smart   meter   AC  /  smart   thermostat   PEV   charging   Today’s   technologies   will  enable   customers  to  have   access  to  a  robust   planorm   delivering  mul*ple   value   streams:     • data   • content   • services   • communica*ons   Home   security   TV/   media   Energy  and   security   ecosystem   Third  party   Solar   generaPon  
  • 9. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 9 SMUD’s  Retail  Strategy  
  • 10. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 10 Load  Curves:    Duck  to  Ooer   Pricing  and  technologies  will  profoundly  change  our  load  curve,   and  our  customers  play  a  direct  role.                     “Duck” curve “Otter” curve with wholesale markets Dynamic pricing Pool pumps Batteries EVs Pre-cooling Dynamic pricing EE DR CHP Load management
  • 11. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 11 Arizona  State  University’s  U*lity  of  the  Future   q  Purpose   n  Provide  cri*cal  assistance  to  u*li*es  looking  to  develop  strategies  for  the   transi*on  to  decentralized  energy  provisioning,  clean  energy,  and  energy   efficiency   q  Jus*fica*on   n  High  propor*on  of  renewables  being  delivered  to  the  grid   n  Customers  inves*ng  in  energy  technologies   n  Ongoing  shiq  toward  ISOs  and  electricity  markets   n  Regulatory  models  and  markets  shiqing  revenues  from  u*li*es  to  other   par*cipants  in  the  energy  system   q  Key  Players  and  Sponsors   n  APS,  Tucson  Electric,  Duke,  PGE,  DTE,  AEP,  EPRI,  CEE,  Southern   n  Embracing  change,  and  determining  how  to  benefit  from,  rather  than  fall   vic*m  to:   “…  crea7ve  destruc7on  in  the  u7lity  industry  caused  by  the  prolifera7on  of   distributed  genera7on  and  energy  efficiency.”  
  • 12. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 12 SMUD  Responding  to  Change  –  Smart  Grid  
  • 13. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 13 Smart  Grid  Investment  Grant  (SGIG)   October  2009    DOE  Announcement   n  SGIG  grants  to  100  en**es     n  $203  million  to  California   n  $127.5  award  to  SMUD  for  a  $308   million  project   n  SMUD  received  63%  of  the  SGIG  funds   that  went  to  California  
  • 14. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 14 SmartSacramento Vision
  • 15. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 15 SmartSacramento®  ARRA  Grant   DistribuPon   AutomaPon   ($55.1M)   Technology   Infrastructure   ($29.8M)   Cyber  Security   ($4.4M)   Demand   Response   ($19.2M)   Customer  &   Partnerships   ($46.5M)   Consumer   Behavior  Study   ($13.2M)   Smart  Meters   ($140.0M)   SMUD  received  a  $127.5M   Smart  Grid  Investment   grant  from  DOE  to   implement  $308M   integrated  project  
  • 16. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 16 Results   1.  Installed  over  615,000  smart  meters;  using  many  of  the  features   2.  Implemented  smart  pricing  op*ons  and  tested  TOU,  CPP  and  combina*on   TOU/CPP  on  opt-­‐in  and  default  customers   3.  Installed  DRMS  and  developed  several  DR  programs  including  residen*al   PCT  and  commercial  AutoDR  ini*a*ves   4.  Implemented  mul*ple  distribu*on  projects  that  improve  system   performance   5.  Rolled  out  customer-­‐related  programs  and  services  that  improved   customer  sa*sfac*on  and  helped  customers  beoer  manage  their  energy   usage   6.  Installed  an  enterprise  service  bus  to  manage  the  mul*ple  soqware   programs  linked  to  smart  grid.    Implemented  customer  rela*onship   management  soqware   7.  Implemented  state-­‐of-­‐the-­‐art  cyber  security  protocols  and  technologies   8.  Implemented  mul*ple  smart  grid  R&D  ini*a*ves  
  • 17. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 17 Distribu*on  Automa*on  
  • 18. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 18 Automated  Sec*onalizing  and  Restoring  
  • 19. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 19 Electronic  Switching  Map  
  • 20. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 20 Outage  Communica*on  Management  
  • 21. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 21 Enhanced  Outage  Management  
  • 22. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 22 Embracing  the  “Big  Data”  Revolu*on  
  • 23. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 23 Situa*onal  Awareness  and  Visual  Intelligence   (SAVI)  
  • 24. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 24 SAVI:  Phase  1  
  • 25. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 25 SAVI:  Phase  2  
  • 26. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 26 Conserva*on  Voltage  Reduc*on  and  Volt/Var   Op*miza*on  
  • 27. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 27 2011  Pilot  Deployment  –  CVR  Results   27
  • 28. © Space-Time Insight ® 2008-2014. All rights reserved. 28 Results  
  • 29. Ques*ons?   spacePmeinsight.com   @spacePmeinsght   linkedin.com/company/space-­‐Pme-­‐insight   facebook.com/spacePmeinsight  

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