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Sgcp14jones1

  1. 1. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  1   Smart  Grid  Introduc1on   Gavin  Jones   Business  Development  Director     6th  Smart  Grids  &  Cleanpower  Conference     3-­‐4  June  2014,  Cambridge,  UK   www.hvm-­‐uk.com  (link  enabled)      
  2. 2. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  2  
  3. 3. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  3   The  Ques(ons   • Why?   • What?   • When?   • Where?   • How?  
  4. 4. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  4   Why?  -­‐  The  Energy  Trilema   Energy Security ClimateCost
  5. 5. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  5   Energy  Security   •  Total  UK  energy  produc1on  in  the  second  quarter  of   2013  was  9.5%  lower  than  over  the  same  period  last   year.  Oil  experienced  a  steep  fall  in  produc1on,  at   14%  and  coal  produc1on  fell  by  24%.  (out-­‐law.com)   •  Two  years  ago  the  UK  had  a  buffer  between  energy   supply  and  demand  of  16%,  but  this  winter  that  will   fall  to  5%  and  it  could  hit  2%  by  2015,  according  to   the  Na(onal  Grid.(BBC)   •  SSE  boss  Ian  Marchant  warns  of  risk  of  'lights  going   out‘  (BBC)   •  Mr  Buchanan  feared  we  will  be  dangerously  close  to   not  having  enough  power  in  the  grid  to  keep  Britain's   lights  on.  (Telegraph)    
  6. 6. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  6   Electricity  is  only  part  of  the  energy  system  
  7. 7. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  7   Cost   Source DECC 2014 UK
  8. 8. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  8   Cost   Source DECC 2014 UK
  9. 9. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  9   Roles   Balancing and Settlement Company Transmission System OperatorSuppliers Generators Distribution Network Operators Transmission Network Operators Aggregators Meter Operators Meter Asset Providers RegulationPolicy
  10. 10. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  10   Roles  -­‐  Examples   Balancing and Settlement Company Transmission System OperatorSuppliers Generators Distribution Network Operators Transmission Network Operators Aggregators Meter Operators Meter Asset Providers British Gas Edf Energy Ecotricity First Utility SSE SP National Grid Elexon British Gas Edf Energy Ecotricity SSE SP WPD UKPN ENWL SSE SP National Grid SSE SP Macquarie Calvin NPG LowriBeck Kiwi Power Flexitricity British Gas SSE G4S Calvin Siemens LowriBeck RegulationPolicy DECC Ofgem
  11. 11. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  11   Terminology  1   •  Smart  Grid  –  An  intelligent  electricity  network  that   matches  supply  and  demand   •  ESCO  –  Energy  Services  Company   •  DSR  –  Demand  Side  Response   •  DSM  –  Demand  Side  Management   •  Smart  Meter  –  Meter  that  has  2-­‐way   communica1ons   •  CHP  –  Combined  Heat  and  Power   •  RIIO  –  (Revenue=Incen1ves  +  Innova1on  +  Outputs)  
  12. 12. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  12   What  Does  The  Smart  Grid  Need  to   enable  us  to  manage?   •  Overall  Demand   •  Peak  Demand   •  Frequency   •  Voltage   •  Ac1ve  Power   •  Reac1ve  Power   •  Temperature   •  Asset  Life   •  Reliability   •  Cost  
  13. 13. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  13   Smart  Grid  Forum  
  14. 14. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  14   UK  Leading  Europe  in  Smart  Grid  Investment  
  15. 15. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  15   Smart  Meters  In  Britain  
  16. 16. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  16   When?    The  future  is  unclear  
  17. 17. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  17   When?    The  future  is  unclear  
  18. 18. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  18   When?  The  lead  (mes  are  long  
  19. 19. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  19   When?  -­‐  DECC’s  Timetable  
  20. 20. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  20   What?  
  21. 21. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  21   The  Role  of  the  Distribu(on  Network  Operator  is  Changing  
  22. 22. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  22   Where?     Networks and Consumers Vary considerably
  23. 23. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014   23   Customer   Addi1onal   equipment  will  be   required  at  premise?   DNO  DSR Equipment – monitoring & automation Supplier   DNO issues commands for remote automation straight to customer* Suppliers require visibility of when arrangement enacted for balancing mechanisms DNO notifies supplier which customers are on the arrangement Supplier  leads  engagement  (or  pay  3rd  party)  with  customer  and  holds   responsibility  for  signing  customer  up  and  providing  support         Supplier  bills  /  pays  customer  as  per  current  prac1ce   DNO funds any additional equipment out of saved reinforcement costs, or Customer may fund themselves if there is a benefit to them from other markets TO   SO   The TO or SO require visibility of these arrangements – balancing services at local and national levels Barriers * Current metering system policy does not permit DNOs to remotely control devices – changes needed DNO or Supplier or Customer will fund the Dashboard for customers Dashboard or similar Restructuring of DUoS Charge via Supplier (remote automation) DSR  Monitoring  &  Automa1on  Comms  &  Controls   Optional remote automation DNO bills Supplier for DUoS How?  –  One  of  many  poten(al   routes  
  24. 24. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  24   Summary   • Its  complicated!   • A  lot  is  happening   • More  is  needed   Lets hear the answers!
  25. 25. ElectraLink  Confiden1al   ©ElectraLink  2014  Page  25   Thank  You   Gavin  Jones   Gavin.jones@electralink.co.uk  
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