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Manage smart in smart grid: The project. Part 2

Manage smart in smart grid: The project. Part 2



Presented by Knut Gustavsen, Tieto, at Globe Forum 2010

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    Manage smart in smart grid: The project. Part 2 Manage smart in smart grid: The project. Part 2 Presentation Transcript

    • Globe Forum April 2010, Manage Smart in Smart Grid Part 2: Manage smart in Smart Grid Knut Gustavsen, Tieto
    • Manage Smart in Smart Grid Globe Forum 2010 Knut Gustavsen, Tieto © 2010 Tieto Corporation
    • Smart City Stockholm Royal Seaport
    • Smart citizen Trading: Time swapping Geo swapping Micro wind Swing spot Locally supplied energy combined with for lighting photovoltaic El-market systems Heat-to-electricity option Local micro wind systems Surplus energy: 6 Geoheat + thermal air
    • Smart Home. Wind power ... focus on the end- customer. Solar cells Solar heat Electrical car (V2G) Energy Portal Intelligent home appliances Smart Meter Home battery intelligent radiator
    • Pilot in Norway Example: At Narvik University College areas with a high density of summer houses and cottages are studied to determine how they could use generator systems in a virtual power plant and micro grid to supply © 2010 Tieto Corporation local consumers. This winter a system like this, installed in the middle of Norway, can give owners a net income.
    • Manage Smart in Smart Grid ? Government funded innovation project 9 9
    • Project – Manage Smart in Smart Grid • Government funded R&D project • Focused on innovation and commercial market models, systems and services • Part of Clean Energy program in Norway • Initiated by NCE Halden – 1 of 12 government funded research clusters in Norway • 3 year project - started in January 2010 • Budget – total 17.5 MNOK • 7.5 MNOK from NFR (43%) • 10 MNOK from partners (hours and cash) • Project initiator • NCE Halden, Tieto and moreCom • Project owner • Tieto 10
    • -1930 2010 2015 2020 2030+ Traditional AMI Demand Response Smart grid “One way delivery” “Bi-directional communication“ “Efficient markets” “Smart Bi-directional delivery” • Manual meter readings • Reducing operational costs • Elastic pricing • Automation / Self-healing • Manual processes • Automated processes • Reducing peaks • De-centralizing storage • Overcapacity in grid / generation • Billing on actual consumption • Reducing CO2 in generation • Distributed generation • Resizing distribution capacity • Mobility / Electric cars • New payment solutions Energy Market Traditional services / Estimated billing Traditional System Automation Real-time Billing Complex Solutions Knowledge / Control of consumption Price signals Utility company Lower consumption / New pricing products Distributed generation / Customer Price Signal Price Signal Price Signal E-mobility Energy Storage Energy Storage Smart meters Smart meters Traditional meters Traditional meters Micro generation Electric cars Real-time changing consumption patterns
    • Market development Legislation is mandating and technology is enabling Climate package “20/20/20 by 2020” • Renewable & distributed generation • E-Car • Energy efficiency Security of supply • Increased dependency and demand of electricity Smart Grid Real time Enormous data volumes • 100 year old infrastructure can not cope Mobility with development Consumer centric Market liberalization Demand Response CO2 free • Consolidations and increased owner demand • Unbundling and market models AMI • Price regulation and competition • How to differentiate with a commodity product? Time 12
    • What the project want to do Model of people and building/ homes as interacting systems Use of homes and Buildings Individual and collective behavior and use Meter as an intelligent hub Services that control and Smart software that trades balances lighting and energy energy in micro grids use through AMI Smart software that relays ”Fleet” operation of in-house energy services such as consumers (portfolio management) ”home management” from remote site
    • The case of the Prosumer Wind Photo voltaic Supplier Read meter (60/15) Send invoice & info Energy use Energy use Pay Sell & invoice Virtual power Monitor and control units station Energy use Energy use Energy use Heat pump Energy use Energy use System/service provider © 2010 Tieto Corporation Energy Storage
    • New roles in a Smart Grids concept Prosumers: • End user being net consumer in periods/net producer in periods and with possibility to store energy Virtual Power Plants • Consisting of 1 or more prosumers in 1 or more grids Virtual Power Plant © 2010 Tieto Corporation
    • Virtual Power Plant in Smart Grid • © 2010 Tieto Corporation
    • Complete model for VPP Mathematical model, configurable Optimizing internal resources and market exposure VPP External parameters DG DG DG DG El1 El2 H1 H2 •Elmarket •Temp •Wind Storage1 •Solar Optimization •Cost Storage2 •Gas •Oil Storage3 •Bio Load1 Load2 Load3 •Taxes/fees © 2010 Tieto Corporation
    • Value Added Services … a Smart Grid in 2020? Forecast Information Small Off-Shore Wind Hydro Power Hydro Power Solar Station Power Plant Biomass Micro CHPs Micro Grid HVDC Link Low Emission High Voltage Power Plant Direct Current Transformer Solar Wave Energy Residential CHP Combined Heat and Power Photovoltaic H2 Production and Filling Station Underground Info and Demand Site Power Transmission Management Compressed Thermal Heat Pump Hydrogen Micro Storage SMES Superconducting Storage electricity Magnetic Energy Storage storage source: European Smart Grids Technology Platform 18 European Commission for Science and Research, 2006 ISBN 92-79-01414-5