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Spirae dk

  1. 1. Open Inspiration - Green Business Models Peter Keller-Larsen – 11 December 2013 Spirae Confidential
  2. 2. Spirae Overview • European Office, Spirae.DK, in Denmark • Parent company in Ft. Collins, Colorado • Established in 2002, Privately Owned • Co-Own and operate InteGrid Laboratory with CSU • Center for Smart Grid Advancement (CSGA) launched by Spirae 2 2
  3. 3. Spirae Strategy & Market Segments Distributed Energy Resources Management System (DERMS) Microgrids and Solar Firming Smart Cities Spirae Confidential 3
  4. 4. Live case: Zero Energy District  A city or community wide approach to: – Lower energy usage – Higher usage of renewable energy – Lower CO2 emissions – Local business opportunities Spirae Confidential 4
  5. 5. FortZED: Power to the Community A Public-Private Grassroots Effort WA MT OR ID CA UT AZ CO NM SD MN NE WY NV ME ND IA WI IL KS OK TX MO NY MI PA OH IN KY WV VA NC SC TN AR LA VT NH MS AL GA FL Spirae Confidential MA RI CT NJ DE MD DC
  6. 6. Fort ZED - a Zero Energy District  A district that produces as much power as it consumes on an annual basis.  Fort Collins wants to do this through a combination of managing and reducing demand and increasing local renewable generation. Spirae Confidential 6
  7. 7. FortZED Building Blocks Net Zero Energy can be achieved with a mix of building blocks:      15% Efficiency Renewable generation Conventional generation Flexible capacity Energy storage Smart Grid Requirements:  Intermittency Management  Peak Load Management  Constraint Management  Voltage Control  Volt/VAR Optimization 20% 20% 25% 15% Potential Mix of Building Blocks by Type Spirae Confidential 7 7
  8. 8. What is essentially happening? Supply and demand become aware of each other... Spirae Confidential 8
  9. 9. Project Partner Sites and Distributed Energy Resources Project Total - 4,010 kW Generation - 760 kW Load Shed Spirae Confidential 9 9
  10. 10. Spirae “BlueFin” was used as the core communication and control platform. The operator screen with overview of the assets involved in the project  availability status  Capacity  current peak reduction of each site  load at the Point of Common Coupling Spirae Confidential 10
  11. 11. Results: 20% demand reduction using DER and flexible consumption Spirae Confidential 11
  12. 12. Next phase “Community Solar Garden” • Solar garden developed throughout Fort Collins to serve the electricity requirements of subscribing residents and businesses. • The size of the virtual plant 10 MW, • Path toward a sizable, complete net Zero Energy District. • Smart Inverters will make the solar systems fully controllable. Main participants will include: • Local Businesses providing rooftop space (leased) • Local Customers business and residential electricity customers • Technology Providers Solar PV array, inverters, storage, control system • Project Developer secure financing, oversee project development • Fort Collins Utilities/City of FC infrastructure upgrades for new PV • PRPA Enable Fort Collins customers to purchase from Virtual Plant Spirae Confidential 12 12
  13. 13. What else are we doing?  Smart City Kalundborg Spirae Confidential 13
  14. 14. Smart City Kalundborg - demonstrating 2020 today ABOUT SMART CITY KALUNDBORG An €18 million project with a 50% grant from the Danish Energy Agency. THE VISION Demonstrate using the existing city infrastructure, how energy usage can be optimized. It will happen through making systems, controlling electricity, water, heat, transport and buildings ”talk” to one another. It will be facilitated though an open platform interconnecting numerous companies providing technology and knowledge. Spirae Confidential
  15. 15. PART OF A BIGGER PICTURE AN AMBITIOUS ENERGY PLAN… Project Confidential 15
  16. 16. DSO Motivation for buying flexibility - Where does the money come from? TSO (Demander of flexibility) DSOs (Demander of flexibility) Aggregators (Suppliers) 11-12-2013 DERs (Suppliers) Niels Chr. Nordentoft 16
  17. 17. EXAMPLE OF WIN-WIN-WIN THE VALUE OF VIRTUAL GRID ENFORCEMENT PASSED ON THROUGH THE VALUE CHAIN Rebate on EV-Charging 17
  18. 18. WHAT WOULD GLUE IT ALL TOGETHER? THE ”ENERGY SERVICES HUB” 18
  19. 19. IN SCK – IT’S NOT ONLY ELECTRICITY... 14 March 2013 Smart City Kalundborg Project Confidential 19
  20. 20. SCK – PROJECTS Cold-Store Food Service Energy advisory - business Municipality EV’s administration Public charging Municipality EV’s home care Smart home Intelligent substation Intelligent Street light Energy advisory privat household Building management Sport and swimming pool kr. pr.… Variable tarifs Timer i… PV´s and storage private household Energy management Svebøllehallen Smart neighborhood 7 buildings
  21. 21. Thank you! Peter Keller-Larsen Director Diplomvej 377, 1st floor, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark +45 4124 8660 www.spirae.com www.integridlab.com 21

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