Microgrid & renewable integration at burbank water & power

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This presentation reviews Schneider Electric's collaboration avec Burbank Water and Power, a cutting-edge utility company in Burbank, California, to achieve challenging renewable energy requirements and provide reliable, safe, and affordable power to its customers using advanced technology solutions.

To prepare for increased renewable energy requirements, Burbank Water and Power sought a system to manage load, distributed energy resources, distributed storage systems, generation, and variable renewables in order to balance supply and demand and avoid undesirable voltage, power flow, and power quality problems. Burbank’s Integrated Automated Dispatch System (ADS) includes Schneider Electric’s advanced Power Control System (PCS) - for automatic generator control, load forecasting, and renewable forecasting - integrated with Schneider Electric’s OASyS SCADA and WeatherSentry system. The Integrated ADS will allow Burbank to co-optimize scheduling and dispatch of conventional supply resources, distributed generation, and demand-side resources, enable better control of inadvertent interchanges, and reduce reliance on external generation. Through the Integrated ADS, Burbank’s system operators will be able to manage the available system resources to optimize system reliability while achieving the most economic and sustainable energy supply portfolio.

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Microgrid & renewable integration at burbank water & power

  1. 1. C t l C t f Mi idControl Center for Microgridand Renewable Integrationand Renewable Integrationat Burbank Water and PowerJohn Dirkman P EJohn Dirkman, P.E.Sr. Product Manager, Smart Grid Globalhttp://www.slideshare.net/SchneiderElectric
  2. 2. Burbank Water and PowerBurbank Water and Power●Started in production with ArcFM v8.0 in 1999●Miner & Miner customer #10 of over 600 total customers●Long-time user of Schneider Electric products● ArcFM GIS ● Fiber Manager● ArcFM GIS● Responder OMS● ConduitManager/UFM● Fiber Manager● OASyS SCADA● SAGE RTU’s●Working to implement:● OASyS Upgrade, 100% virtualized, including IPsec for RTUs (completed)Schneider Electric’s Power Control System (PCS) with integration to OASyS● Schneider Electric’s Power Control System (PCS) with integration to OASySSCADA, WeatherSentry, and OATI (ongoing)● Schneider Electric’s Advanced Distribution Management System (proposed)2
  3. 3. Burbank Water and PowerBurbank Water and Power●Serves 45,000 households and 6,000 businesses in Burbank, Californiaith ater and electricitwith water and electricity●22 Substations, 150 feeders, 320MW peak load●Extensive fiber optic networkExtensive fiber optic network3
  4. 4. ArcFM with Substation InternalsArcFM with Substation Internals4
  5. 5. BWP Smart Grid Program Overview$60 million$60 million –– 3 year Capital Program3 year Capital ProgramBWP Smart Grid Program OverviewBWP Smart Grid Core Systems:BWP Smart Grid Core Systems:• Cisco powered fiber optic network• Tropos City-wide wireless mesh network• Trilliant / General Electric AMI meter systemTrilliant / General Electric AMI meter system• eMeter Meter Data Management System (MDMS)Command and ControlCommand and ControlS O S S SCSecurity SuiteSecurity Suite Distribution/Station AutomationDistribution/Station AutomationS• Schneider Electric OASyS SCADA• Integrated Automated Dispatch System (IADS)• New Power Operations Center• Physical security• Cyber security• Policy, procedures,standardsI d B i S tI d B i S t• Static Power Flow Model• Digital Relays / Auto-Reclosers• Station Automation projects• Feeder Automation projectsImproved Business SystemsImproved Business Systems• Geographical Information System (GIS)• Outage Management System (OMS)• Enterprise Service BusC t I f ti S t (CIS)Customer Smart ChoiceCustomer Smart Choice• OPower Home Energy Reports• Customer Web Portal• Time of Use RatesDemonstration ProjectsDemonstration Projects• Electric Vehicle Chargers• Black Start Project (Micro Grid)• Customer Information System (CIS)• Virtualized Server Environment• Time of Use Rates• Smart Appliance Demonstration• Demand Response and LoadManagement Analysisj ( )• Energy Storage5
  6. 6. Renewable Resource CommitmentRenewable Resource CommitmentI J 2007 th B b k Cit●In June 2007, the Burbank CityCouncil adopted BWPsrecommendation that 33% ofelectricity be procured fromrenewable resources by 2020.●Burbank was the first city in the6●Burbank was the first city in theUnited States to step up to thisambitious goal.
  7. 7. BWP’s Current Renewable ResourcesBWP s Current Renewable Resources●Wyoming Wind – 5MW maxy g●Milford Wind – 10MW max●Pebble Springs (small hydro) – 10MW max●Pebble Springs (small hydro) – 10MW max●Tieton (small hydro) – 7MW max●Wild Rose Geothermal – 2MW in Jan 2014●Copper Mountain (solar) – 40MW in Jan 20157
  8. 8. Renewable Resource VariabilityRenewable Resource Variability185 MW170 MW20 MW10 MW8
  9. 9. Innovating a Smarter Grid at BWPG T D LInnovating a Smarter Grid at BWPThe first time a single integrated system will be used to automaticallycontrol generation manage forecasting s stem oltage/VAR s itchingcontrol generation, manage forecasting, system voltage/VAR, switching,and customer DR/DER equipment to maintain an optimal balancebetween available resources and customer load demand.Providespower fromexternalpowerMagnolia Power Plant Lake Power Plant Jay Leno’s GarageIntertiespowerplants andwind farms310 MW peak 47 MW peak 54kW peakIntertiesGeneration: Controlled via SE’s Power Control System and OASySSCADA Automatic Generator Control Load Forecasting RenewableSCADA - Automatic Generator Control, Load Forecasting, RenewableForecasting - and OATI WebDistribute for economic scheduling.Forecasting uses data from SE‘s WeatherSentry system and a local SEid d th t ti i d d t ti l f ti9provided weather station using advanced computational forecastingmethods like Support Vector Machines and Particle Swarm Optimization.
  10. 10. IADS System Components and Interfaces(Schneider Electric)SCADA/PCSwebDistribute/webDispatch(Schneider Electric)10
  11. 11. Integrated ADS Business ObjectivesIntegrated ADS Business Objectives●Integrate Demand and Supply side resources into the real time andda ahead operation of the electric tilitday-ahead operation of the electric utility●Automate and Optimize dispatch of resources:● Generation● Renewable energy resources (solar and wind)● Energy and ancillary service purchases● Demand response● Demand response● Direct load control● Load shifting● Energy storage● Distributed generation, PV, and EV charging systems11
  12. 12. PCS FunctionalityPCS Functionality●Automatic Generation Control●Economic Dispatching●Interchange Transaction Scheduler●Unit Commitment●Unit Commitment●Load Shedding● Fast Load Shedding● Underfrequency Load Shedding● Maximum Demand Control●Load Forecast●Load Forecast● Near–term Load Forecast● Short–term Load Forecast●Renewables Forecast● Solar generation forecast● Wind generation forecast12● Wind generation forecast
  13. 13. PCS DashboardPCS Dashboard13
  14. 14. Automatic Generation ControlAutomatic Generation Control●AGC Overview windowM i i f ll i l d● Monitoring of all crucial system data● Selecting AGC control mode and control statusAGC d●AGC modes● Tie-Line Bias● ConstantFrequency –frequencyregulation● Constant NetInterchange –interchangegregulation14
  15. 15. Automatic Generation ControlAutomatic Generation Control●Generator controlC fi i d i i f i i l● Configuration and monitoring of critical generator parameters●Parameters● AGC Set Point● AGC Set Point● Active andReactivePowerPower● ProductionCostR● Reserves● Fuel Mixture● Ramp Rates● ProhibitedZones● Derating15Derating
  16. 16. Load ForecastLoad Forecast●Short and near term load forecast16
  17. 17. Renewables ForecastRenewables Forecast●Solar short and near term renewable forecast17
  18. 18. Renewables ForecastRenewables Forecast●Wind short and near term renewable forecast18
  19. 19. WeatherSentry● Weather imposes the largest external impact on the Smart Grid● Demand, renewable energy supply, and outages are heavily influenced by weatherWeatherSentryDemand, renewable energy supply, and outages are heavily influenced by weather● Intelligent weather integration is the key factor in efficient Smart Grid managementTransmission DistributionLoad Forecasting90% of demand variationdue to weatherTransmissionTemperature,humidity and windimpact line capacityDistributionWeather is largest cause ofoutages (lightning, high winds,ice, transformer failures due tohigh load, etc.)Wind PowerHighly variable difficult to predictDistributed GenerationH l t ib tiTradingImproved prediction of loadand renewable energy19Highly variable, difficult to predict.Causes increases in spinning reservegeneration and risk of grid instabilityHome solar contributions can causesystem instability due to rapid cloudcover changesand renewable energycontribution improves tradingdecisionsWind Power Forecasts
  20. 20. Demand ManagementDemand Management●Identify largest contributors to system peak amongB b k’ tBurbank’s customers●Quantify their individual kW contribution to Burbank’sdemand peaks during summer months (July September)demand peaks during summer months (July-September)●Quantify the potential kW reduction available from each ofthese largest customersthese largest customers●Rank / prioritize these largest customers by kW contributionto Burbank’s system peaks and by total potential kWto Burbank s system peaks and by total potential kWreduction, and●Provide direction and rational to Burbank about whichcustomers should be included first in their DR program20
  21. 21. Demand ManagementDemand Management●Preliminary findings indicate opportunities fory greductions from:●coordinated cycling of AC unitsy g●increasing number of electric vehicle charging stationsso that fewer vehicles need to charge during peakafternoon times●testing emergency generators during peak times to offsetli dsupplied power●virtualizing servers21
  22. 22. ADMS DG/DER Operation & OptimizationADMS DG/DER Operation & Optimization●Dispatch (reliability, economic)● Dispatch entire network or localized areasDispatch entire network or localized areas● Increase or decrease generation (automatically/manually)●Operation Validation● Prevent operation on adjacent feeders● What-if analysis in simulation mode●Volt/VAR OptimizationVolt/VAR Optimization● Manage VVO in the presence of DERs● Utilize DERs as VVO resourceR l P t ti C di ti●Relay Protection Coordination● Adaptive relay protection and transfer trip settings●Microgrid IslandingMicrogrid Islanding● Islanded networks with reliable service22
  23. 23. ADMS DG/DER Operation PlanningADMS DG/DER Operation Planning23
  24. 24. Voltage Profiles with DG/DERVoltage Profiles with DG/DER24
  25. 25. SummarySummary●Burbank Water and Power and Schneider Electric have along history of collaboration on advanced technology projects●Advanced systems like those provided by Schneider Electricb l d ti i l d d d d idcan balance and optimize supply and demand and providereliable, safe, and affordable power in the presence of highlyvariable renewable resourcesvariable renewable resources●Integrations between applications are an integral part ofthese advanced systemsthese advanced systems●Sophisticated Load Forecast and Renewable Forecastalgorithms are a critical component of advanced Powerg pControl Systems25
  26. 26. Thank You!http://www.slideshare.net/SchneiderElectricpJohn Dirkman P EJohn Dirkman, P.E.Sr. Product Manager, Smart Grid Global

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