Tynemarch at Smart Homes 2013 Cambridge

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Tynemarch at Smart Homes 2013 Cambridge

  1. 1. achieving business efficiency Smart Homes & Cleanpower 2013 Conference www.hvm-uk.com/smarthomes 5 November 2013 Cambridge Hands to the pump: total control software Marcus Fowler Associate Director, Tynemarch Systems
  2. 2. The Issues •  Water Companies have to operate their water supply network to meet customer demand at lowest cost. 100 75 •  How to ensure security of supply? 50 25 0 00:00 •  How to minimise operating cost? 50 40 12:00 40 demand 30 20 20 Periods of high demand coincide with highest electricity costs 10 10 elec tariff 06:00 12:00 18:00 18:00 00:00 Keep reservoirs full at all times? 30 0 00:00 06:00 0 00:00 © CSE-Tynemarch Systems Ltd 2013
  3. 3. Decision Support •  Forecast the demand – know what needs to be supplied and when •  Plan when to refill – pro-actively manage service reservoir levels •  Optimise the operation – use the most efficient pumps at the cheapest sources at the most cost-effective times 50 100 40 res 80 30 60 20 40 pump 10 0 00:00 06:00 20 12:00 18:00 0 00:00 © CSE-Tynemarch Systems Ltd 2013 Use storage in the system to offset pumping during the peak electricity tariff periods
  4. 4. MISER Network Model •  Anglian Water Regional model © CSE-Tynemarch Systems Ltd 2013
  5. 5. MISER Network Model •  Since 2011, Ruthamford area network optimisation – Grafham and Wing (Rutland) supplies to Northampton, Milton Keynes and Bedford © CSE-Tynemarch Systems Ltd 2013
  6. 6. MISER Context Diagram Control signals Alarms MISER   SCADA Monitoring and review Pump & valve schedules Telemetry data Configuration © CSE-Tynemarch Systems Ltd 2013
  7. 7. End point Water resources status Weather data Real-time data Water consumption Planned maintenance work Unplanned plant outages © CSE-Tynemarch Systems Ltd 2013
  8. 8. End point Water resources status Weather data Real-time data Water consumption Optimised operations Planned maintenance work Unplanned plant outages © CSE-Tynemarch Systems Ltd 2013
  9. 9. End point Water resources status Increase reliability of supply Longer asset lives Weather data Real-time data Water consumption Optimised operations Benefits to customers Reduced carbon emissions Assured water quality Planned maintenance work Reduced operating costs Unplanned plant outages © CSE-Tynemarch Systems Ltd 2013
  10. 10. achieving business efficiency Thank you for listening Any questions?

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