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Green Button in Ontario!
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¨  Smart Meter Overview!
¨  Why Smart Grid Data and Analytics?!
¨  Ontario & Electricity Data Access!
¨  What is...
Ontario:
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¨  4.7 million smart meters
¨  2.6 million are green button
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grid
$8.7 billion
consumer
$7.1 billion
enterprise
$4.2 billion
Source:
utility analytics market (2020)
$20 billion
Fault ...
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Significant amount of industry review in Ontario about !
the benefits of access to electricity data.!
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Smart Grid Foru...
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The Green Button standard allows consumers to access and
share their electricity consumption data in a consistent,
el...
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-  The Green Button Standard allows: !
-  Energy usage information to be shared in a common XML format (NAESB
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grid consumer enterprise
Source:
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-  The Ontario Minister of Energy launched the Green Button
Initiative and the EDAP Working Group in November, 2012....
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–  Green Button Download My Data implemented across five utilities that
cover over 2.6 million households and small busines...
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–  Green Button Connect My Data.!
•  The Green Button Connect My Data Reference Architecture for
implementation in Ontario...
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In September 2013, Sasha Sud presented an overview of the Green Button to the Young Professionals in Energy association, highlighting the power of energy data to change the industry in Ontario and around the world. More: http://datacatalyst.marsdd.com/energy

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Green Button in Ontario - A presentation to the Young Professionals in Energy

  1. 1. ! ! Young Professionals in Energy! ! ! Green Button in Ontario! ! ! ! !11th September, 2013! ! ! ! ! !! ! ! ! ! !presented by -! ! ! ! ! ! !Sasha Sud!
  2. 2. Pg 2! ¨  Smart Meter Overview! ¨  Why Smart Grid Data and Analytics?! ¨  Ontario & Electricity Data Access! ¨  What is Green Button Today? ! ¨  Green Button in Ontario! ¨  Where Are We Today?! ¨  Questions?!
  3. 3. Ontario: ¨  80 utilities ¨  4.7 million smart meters ¨  2.6 million are green button enabled Image courtesy of Windsor Star The United States: •  Over 3,000 utilities •  145 million customers •  37.3 million smart meters •  16 million are Green Button enabled North America: •  80% penetration by 2019
  4. 4. grid $8.7 billion consumer $7.1 billion enterprise $4.2 billion Source: utility analytics market (2020) $20 billion Fault detection & outage Load prediction Power quality/power factor Weather and renewables DR/virtual power plant Theft analysis Predictive asset mgmt Insights for bill mgmt Education Retrofits Savings verification Real estate Heating and cooling mgmt Solar right sizing Industrial site energy management Machinery optimization HVAC optimization District heating system performance Distributed generation Demand response
  5. 5. Pg 5 Significant amount of industry review in Ontario about ! the benefits of access to electricity data.! ! Smart Grid Forum ! •  Modernizing Ontario’s Electricity System: Next Steps: May, 2011.! •  Access to Consumer Data: A Vignette: December, 2012.! ! MaRS Discovery District white paper! •  The Market Impact of Accessible Energy Data: September 2012.! ! Ontario Energy Board! •  Supplemental Report on the Smart Grid: February, 2013.! ! Office of the Information Privacy Commissioner of Ontario! •  Privacy By Design and Third Party Access to Customer Energy Usage Data: Jan, 2013.! •  Privacy by Design: Fundamentals for Smart Grid App Developers: August, 2013.!
  6. 6. Pg 6 The Green Button standard allows consumers to access and share their electricity consumption data in a consistent, electronic and secure manner. ! -  Green Button Download My Data (GB DMD): ! -  goes directly from the utility to the customer in a consistent format. ! ! -  Green Button Connect My Data (GB CMD): ! -  automated, secure electronic data transfer from the utility to a third party based on customer authorization. !
  7. 7. Pg 7 ! -  The Green Button Standard allows: ! -  Energy usage information to be shared in a common XML format (NAESB ESPI standard).! -  Applicable in the following Markets: ! -  Residential, commercial and industrial.! -  Type of data: ! -  Initially electricity, but the data standard is extensible to gas and water data.! -  Timeliness of data:! -  Not real time data, but 24 hour-old back office data. !
  8. 8. grid consumer enterprise Source:
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  10. 10. Pg 10 -  The Ontario Minister of Energy launched the Green Button Initiative and the EDAP Working Group in November, 2012. ! -  EDAP working group is jointly lead by MaRS and Ministry of Energy and is comprised of seven electric utilities, OEB, OPA, Ontario IPC & IESO. !
  11. 11. Working   Group   Download  My   Data   subcommi2ee   Connect  My   Data   subcommi2ee   Pilots   subcommi2ee   Communica6on   subcommi2ee   Vendor Group 18  providers  developing  solu6ons  in  Canada  
  12. 12. –  Green Button Download My Data implemented across five utilities that cover over 2.6 million households and small businesses.! ! ! –  Launched the Ontario Green Button website www.greenbuttondata.ca ! –  Received clear direction on privacy requirements related to the Green Button standard from both the provincial and the federal privacy commissioners offices.! Pg 12!
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  15. 15. –  Green Button Connect My Data.! •  The Green Button Connect My Data Reference Architecture for implementation in Ontario has been posted on the NAESB website. •  Pilots to be launched in Q4 2013 with Hydro One and London Hydro to test the implementation of the Green Button Connect My Data Reference Architecture for Ontario. –  Ongoing developer support for Green Button enabled Solution development in Ontario.! •  Facilitating access to a GB CMD test-lab to allow developers to test applications that leverage the Green Button standard. •  Established a Green Button peer2peer group for companies interested in developing solutions based on the standard. •  Organizing developer events to increase grassroots participation in application development. Pg 15!
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