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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. Integrating Energy Storage into Distribution Networks 6th Smart Grids & Cleanpower Executive Briefing Day 3 June 2014, Cambridge, UK www.hvm-uk.comDr Panagiotis Papadopoulos
  • 2.  2011. UK Power Networks. All rights reserved 3.5 million customers 96,000 km of network 6.6 GW Maximum Demand 2.3 million customers 37,000 km of network 5.2 GW Maximum Demand 2.2 million customers 52,000 km of network 4.0 GW Maximum Demand EPN LPN SPN UK Power Networks is a Distribution Network Operator (DNO), providing power to a quarter of the UK’s population through its electricity distribution networks About UK Power Networks
  • 3.  2011. UK Power Networks. All rights reserved Future Challenges Climate & Energy Landscape • Carbon Plan obligations are changing the mix of generation to more intermittent sources • Increases in decentralised generation can cause bi-directional power flows and voltage regulation issues – but visibility is limited • Increase in electricity demand due to electrification of heat and transport, drives the need for significant levels of distribution network reinforcement. 30-60% Higher Peak Demand Sharp increases in deployments of distribution-connected generation Source; Ofgem; http://www.ofgem.gov.uk/Sustainability/Environment/fits/Pages/fits.aspx
  • 4.  2011. UK Power Networks. All rights reserved Thinking Grids Why To continue to operate our electricity networks: SAFELY RELIABLY ECONOMICALLY ENVIROMENTALLY FRIENDLY How - By creating a concise business plan for the RIIO-ED1 (2015-2023) period which will foster innovation - Providing challenging, measurable and achievable outputs in safety, customer satisfaction, network reliability, connections, environment and our social obligations - By running a major company transformation project
  • 5.  2011. UK Power Networks. All rights reserved Thinking Grids – Case Studies Leading Innovation Network Visibility Micro- helicopters Flexible Urban Low Voltage Networks Smarter Network Storage Low Carbon London Flexible Plug and Play •Bringing analytics into the business http://innovation.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/innovation/en/why-we-innovate/why.htm •Inspecting remotely our networks •Managing intelligently power flows optimising capacity Enabling faster and cheaper connections of distributed generators Turning London into an innovative test city for numerous smart grid technologies, methods, applications •Using the largest energy storage device in Europe to test a range of unexplored applications
  • 6.  2011. UK Power Networks. All rights reserved Core Aims 1. Demonstrate large-scale energy storage deployment - 6MW / 10MWh advanced lithium-ion storage system 2. Demonstrate multi-purpose application of storage across full value chain 3. Assess and quantify the various possible business models for storage 4. Develop novel optimisation and control systems 5. Develop novel commercial arrangements to enable the shared use of storage Visualisation Bedfordshire- Leighton Buzzard Primary Substation Not to scale-for illustration only - £13.2m LCN funding awarded in Nov 2012 - £4.0m investment by UK Power Networks
  • 7.  2011. UK Power Networks. All rights reserved ‘Smart Optimisation & Control System’ (SOCS) Also in conjunction with: TSODNO Supplier Security of Supply/ Deferral of Reinforcement System Balancing/ Reserve-Response Wholesale Trading/Imbalance Reduction Forecasting, Optimisation, Control Smart Grid Domain Controller Energy Storage System
  • 8.  2011. UK Power Networks. All rights reserved WS1 WS2 WS3 WS4 WS5 Energy Storage Hardware Optimisation & Control Systems Storage Services & Value Streams (Trials) Regulatory & Commercial Analysis Dissemination SNS – 4-Year High-Level Plan Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4Q1 Q2 2013 2014 2015 2016 Design Build & Testing Operation Design Build & Testing Operation Service Trial Phases Project Setup Regulatory & Legal Studies Business Model Analysis Engagement, Project Website Project Events Facility Tours SDRCs: Design & Planning Considerations Commercial Arrangements Templates Operational & Safety Learning Regulatory & Legal Arrangements Contributions to P2/6 Value Streams Analysis Solution Assessment – Final Report Service Trial Design Commercial Design & Implementation Planning, Local Stakeholder Today SOCS Design Blueprint
  • 9.  2011. UK Power Networks. All rights reserved The Journey to Commissioning the Largest Battery in Europe..
  • 10. http://innovation.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/innovation

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