Smart Cities Energy:What is next?Rosa Mora.Smart Grid Innovation Manager, Siemens Spain.                                  ...
We are in the “urban millennium”Population GrowthIn 2007 ~ 50% of the worlds populationwas living in cities, an increase f...
Cities are committed to CO2 reduction targets        Toronto                  London                        Copenhagen    ...
Sector Infrastructure & CitiesIncreased focus on customer needs       Customer needs                                      ...
Improvement of capacity                                                               Power Consumption  Growth of populat...
Increase of sustainable energy resources                                                               Renewable Power Con...
Paradigm shift in power grids:The new age of electricity                20th Century                                      ...
"Smart grid is an intelligent Drivers        for amanagement ofand consumption"                      Smart Grid between   ...
The basic idea of a smart grid                                                            Spain, 6 NOV 2011:              ...
Growing electrification isleading to a power matrix                                                                  © Sie...
Electromobility: clean, quite andefficient – mobility of the future! Challenges like scarcity of rawmaterials, global warm...
Solutions for moving with Energyinto a mobile future   Wall boxes          •The space-saving charging solution, versatile ...
Project Green Emotion   Project details:   Acceleration of the market roll-out of  electric vehicles in Europe   Meeting E...
What we know about buildings …Building automation can reduce energy consumption                                           ...
Example Smart Building: Energy saving is possible inevery type of building and in every business         Hospital         ...
Integration of automated buildingsinto the Smart Grid                                                        Our building ...
Last Mile Smart Grid com’s architecture:Active Demand Management                                                          ...
Last Mile Smart Grid com’s architecture:Active Demand Management and e-car integration www.proyectogad.es www.cenitverde.e...
Possibilites of energy storage                                                                                            ...
Our Solution of electrical energy storage    SIESTORAGE - concept                                                         ...
How smart is   your grid?Thanks for your attention.                                  © Siemens AG, 2011maria.rosa.mora@sie...
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  1. 1. Smart Cities Energy:What is next?Rosa Mora.Smart Grid Innovation Manager, Siemens Spain. Smart City Expo © Siemens AG, 2011 World CongressPage 1 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Barcelona, December 1st, 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  2. 2. We are in the “urban millennium”Population GrowthIn 2007 ~ 50% of the worlds populationwas living in cities, an increase from 3.5B to 4.7 B until 2030Cities as Powerhouses50% of world GDP is produced incities with a population over 750,000Major energy and climate factor75% of energy consumed in cities;80% of CO2 emissions are producedin cities © Siemens AG, 2011Page 2 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  3. 3. Cities are committed to CO2 reduction targets Toronto London Copenhagen Chongqing2 1990–2050 1990–2030 2005–2025 2005–2020 -20% -60% Carbon- -80% neutral 3 Munich1 Wuhan2 1990–2030 2005–2020 New York -20% Mexico-City 2005–2030 -50% 2008–2012 -30% -12% Jakarta Singapore 2009–2020 2007–2020 -30% -16%1. Target for Munich per capita against 1990 level2. Relative target for China per unit of economic output (GDP)Carbon-neutral means that the city can offset its emissions by investing in Kyoto Protocol-style projects that reduce pollution elsewhere (Source: Desk research; team sustainable cities) © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 3 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  4. 4. Sector Infrastructure & CitiesIncreased focus on customer needs Customer needs Sector Infrastructure and Cities Security Rail Systems Reliable and efficient City Mobility and Logistics supply of energy, Account water and goods Products / Management Building Systems / & Technologies Efficient transport of Solutions Cities people and goods Center of Smart Grid Competence Environmental Medium and protection Low Voltage Overarching function © Siemens AG, 2011Page 4 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  5. 5. Improvement of capacity Power Consumption Growth of population (worldwide) and energy demand Grid capacity must be extended by +63% 33,000 TWh Renewables Grid expansion Intelligent usage of the grid Nuclear 20,300 TWh Fossil 54% 68% energy sources 2008 2030 © Siemens AG, 2011Page 5 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  6. 6. Increase of sustainable energy resources Renewable Power Consumption Climate change — the (worldwide) need for CO2 reduction +162% 10.935 TWh Integration of more renewables these are Hydro Decentralized Stochastic 4.179 TWh Wind Solar Others 2010 2030 © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 6 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  7. 7. Paradigm shift in power grids:The new age of electricity 20th Century End of 21st Century Unsustainable energy system Sustainable energy system Generation follows load Load follows generation Fossil energy sources Renewable energy sources © Siemens AG, 2011Page 7 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  8. 8. "Smart grid is an intelligent Drivers for amanagement ofand consumption" Smart Grid between energy generation load Balancing Load shiftingGeneration Load Renewables Prosumers Outage preventation and restauration Efficiency © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 8 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  9. 9. The basic idea of a smart grid Spain, 6 NOV 2011: 60% renewables integration Source: www.ree.es Tomorrow Power Information "Smart grid is an intelligent management of load between energy generation and consumption" © Siemens AG, 2011Page 9 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  10. 10. Growing electrification isleading to a power matrix © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 10 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  11. 11. Electromobility: clean, quite andefficient – mobility of the future! Challenges like scarcity of rawmaterials, global warming, andurbanization cannot be met by fightingthe symptoms. They requiresustainable, comprehensive solutionsthat will enable us to achieve ourdevelopment goals while alsopreserving our natural resources. From a climatic perspective, the quietand emission-free electric vehicles areideal for urban environments.Furthermore they are the only meansof travel that can provide both cleanand highly individualized mobility.Electromobility technology platform © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 11 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  12. 12. Solutions for moving with Energyinto a mobile future Wall boxes •The space-saving charging solution, versatile and reliable. •Modular Charging Points for customized functionality Charging points •For public or private charging locations, across a campus or in retail and industrial areas. •Charging, payment and information functions combined in Satellite systems one station •Providing flexible point-of-use service solutions for routing, Software suite charging, reservations, and payment. Project MOBI.E, Portugal Project Source London Project Green eMotion Project 4-S (4-Sustainelectromobility) Project Model Electromobility Munich - Drive eCharged Project Inductive Charging References Project EDISON, Denmark Project Mobilregion Harz, Germany © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 12 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  13. 13. Project Green Emotion Project details: Acceleration of the market roll-out of electric vehicles in Europe Meeting EU policy on energy of supply, energy efficiency and green house gas emission reduction Viability of different types of electrical vehicles for immediate market introduction ICT is seen as key enabler for electromobility with several services that will enhance usability for the end-user, eliminate regional limitations, and enable the realization of economies of scale for advanced service offerings like fleet managementProject Green Emotion © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 13 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  14. 14. What we know about buildings …Building automation can reduce energy consumption Energy consumption (heating, cooling, ventilation, hot water …) On-site energy generation (solar, wind, geo-thermal …) Efficiency in the building (lighting, air-quality …) Visit our stand: the Crystal - London Energy savings up to 40% are possible © Siemens AG, 2011Page 14 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  15. 15. Example Smart Building: Energy saving is possible inevery type of building and in every business Hospital Office Residential Restaurant 26% 26% 27% 41% Hotel Shopping Center School 41% 49% 52% Note: High energy efficiency (Class A) compared to standard equipment (Reference Class C) EN 15232—Impact of BACS and TBM on energy performance of buildings © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 15 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  16. 16. Integration of automated buildingsinto the Smart Grid Our building management solutions and services are ready to communicate with the Smart Grid, improve forecasting and enable variable tariffs and net schedules enable optimized building performance through optimal scheduling of power generation and loads in buildings optimal energy efficiency and sustainability maximum productivity of occupants and building related processes reduction of operational costs © Siemens AG, 2011Page 16 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  17. 17. Last Mile Smart Grid com’s architecture:Active Demand Management © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 17 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  18. 18. Last Mile Smart Grid com’s architecture:Active Demand Management and e-car integration www.proyectogad.es www.cenitverde.es © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 18 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  19. 19. Possibilites of energy storage No universal storage solution: Charging and discharging time < 100sDays / Months double layer capacitor Hydrogen / Methane storage Thermo-chemical Power < 30 MW for minutes and hours: storage Redox-Flow-Batteries Compressed air Storage battery solutions WaterpumpHours storage Battery Storage With accumulators Thermal storage Storage capacity > 100 MWh: Solution with for CSP (Pb, NiCd, NiMH, Li-Ion) water pump storage and hydrogenMinutes Fly wheel storage Super-condenserSeconds Criteria for the proper storage: power (MW) 1 kW 10 kW 100 kW 1 MW 10 MW 100 MW 1.000 MW energy density and capacity (MWh) Thermal storage Electrochemical storage Electrical storage charging and discharging times Chemical storage Mechanical storage user profile © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 19 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  20. 20. Our Solution of electrical energy storage SIESTORAGE - concept Grid Smart Network Control MV Switchgear MV Switchgear + Converter transformer Transformer System Control+ SIPLINK : Power electronics + Li-Ion battery modules = Filter SIPLINK AC/DC Converter SIEMENS ENERGY STORAGE Inverter Control Data Logging The E-System combines modern converter technology for network applications with n Serial Li-Ion Cells new high power Li-Ion batteries Battery Battery Management System Capacity: 0,2 MWh up to 2 MWh Power capabilities: up to 8 MW © Siemens AG, 2011 Page 20 Smart Cities Expo Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Infrastructure & Cities Sector
  21. 21. How smart is your grid?Thanks for your attention. © Siemens AG, 2011maria.rosa.mora@siemens.com Barcelona, 1 DIC 2011 Page 21 Smart Cities Expo Infrastructure & Cities Sector
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