Globe Forum April 2010,
Manage Smart in Smart Grid
Part 1: What is so smart about the Smart Grid?

Jessica Strömbäck, Vaas...
What is Smart about the Smart Grids

                     Globe Forum

                  Jessica Stromback
           Vaas...
A unique Collaborative Concept incorporating a
Global Interactive Expert Community with
Collaborative Projects
Presentation Content

- What is Smart about Smart Grids?
 - Feedback and energy awareness
 - Demand Response
 - Commercial...
Energy efficiency = Sustainable Growth

    Copenhagen Climate Conference
FEAR: CO2 Reductions = Growth Reductions

Smart ...
6% lost in the power lines
WHY?         10-15% lost generation estimation
             15-50% lost in homes and businesses...
What is so smart about the Smart
             Grids?



 •
The Glue of the Grid:

 1) Communication
 2) Response
Feedback = EDUCATION:

From the “energy consumer” to
  the “energy citizen” Dr. Sarah Darby
Today: Electricity is not only
seen as a natural human right
- but as a limitless, cheap and
harmless natural human right
...
Types of Feedback




       Source: BeAware
Displays




ONZO          The ‘Wattcher’
Ambient Feedback




                   Source: Interactive Institute
Energy Savings Program Averages
Definition of Demand Response
•Any program which communicates with the
end consumer and either enables them or
encourages ...
Peak Clipping DR
Savings: Peak Clipping Program Averages




•    Average peak reductions        TOU = Time of Use
                        ...
The Social Impact of Commercial
                Demand Response

                            • Private school NYC
        ...
The Social Impact of Commercial
       Demand Response
What makes the Smart Grid Smart?
           WE DO!



•
THANK YOU!



Jessica Stromback
VaasaETT Global Energy Think Tank
+358 40 72 56 023
jessica.stromback@vaasaett.com
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What is so smart about the smart grid? Part 1

  1. 1. Globe Forum April 2010, Manage Smart in Smart Grid Part 1: What is so smart about the Smart Grid? Jessica Strömbäck, Vaasa ETT
  2. 2. What is Smart about the Smart Grids Globe Forum Jessica Stromback VaasaETT Global Energy Think Tank
  3. 3. A unique Collaborative Concept incorporating a Global Interactive Expert Community with Collaborative Projects
  4. 4. Presentation Content - What is Smart about Smart Grids? - Feedback and energy awareness - Demand Response - Commercial and Residential Demand Response
  5. 5. Energy efficiency = Sustainable Growth Copenhagen Climate Conference FEAR: CO2 Reductions = Growth Reductions Smart Grids = Growth & CO2 Reductions
  6. 6. 6% lost in the power lines WHY? 10-15% lost generation estimation 15-50% lost in homes and businesses Increase wind & solar Increase systems efficiency Lower wasted energy
  7. 7. What is so smart about the Smart Grids? •
  8. 8. The Glue of the Grid: 1) Communication 2) Response
  9. 9. Feedback = EDUCATION: From the “energy consumer” to the “energy citizen” Dr. Sarah Darby
  10. 10. Today: Electricity is not only seen as a natural human right - but as a limitless, cheap and harmless natural human right at that.
  11. 11. Types of Feedback Source: BeAware
  12. 12. Displays ONZO The ‘Wattcher’
  13. 13. Ambient Feedback Source: Interactive Institute
  14. 14. Energy Savings Program Averages
  15. 15. Definition of Demand Response •Any program which communicates with the end consumer and either enables them or encourages them to lower or shift energy consumption during periods of raised energy prices. Tools •Feedback, direct & indirect •Automation •Dynamic Pricing
  16. 16. Peak Clipping DR
  17. 17. Savings: Peak Clipping Program Averages • Average peak reductions TOU = Time of Use CPP = Critical Peak Clipping
  18. 18. The Social Impact of Commercial Demand Response • Private school NYC • Small amount manual load shifting 100 kW • Now: • 300 kW automation • 95% maintainance products bio degradble • Buy green energy • DR data tracks total use • Students have goal reduce 14% • Investing in solar panels “Don’t know where the light switch is” School in Norway
  19. 19. The Social Impact of Commercial Demand Response
  20. 20. What makes the Smart Grid Smart? WE DO! •
  21. 21. THANK YOU! Jessica Stromback VaasaETT Global Energy Think Tank +358 40 72 56 023 jessica.stromback@vaasaett.com

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