Smart Grids: frominnovation to deployment                p y     Manuel Sánchez Jiménez, PhD            Policy Officer    ...
Smart Grids    A Smart Grid is an electricity network that can cost efficiently integrate    the behaviour and actions of ...
.   Policy drivers     20-20-20 targets.- Integration of renewables into the grid- Need to increase grid and consumption e...
. Legal framework   Energy Efficiency Directive (2006/32/EC, Annex3)has identified smart meters as one of the main measure...
EU activities for developmentand deployment of Smart Grids     Technology push     T h l         h-    RTD&D projects sinc...
Task Force for Smart Grids   T kF       f S     t G id                         Florence                               Lond...
Smart Grid projects in EuropeDr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER   |   7/12
Obstacles to SG deployment  Obstacles to SG deployment Why has large-scale deployment not    y       g          p y happen...
COM (2011)202 – challenges/actions                 h ll     / ti                Challenges                                ...
COM (2011)202 - Proposed actions        Action                                                                            ...
COM (2011)202 - Proposed actions  Policy                                   Regulation         Innovation    • Package for ...
manuel.sanchez-jimenez@ec.europa.euhttp://ec.europa.eu/energy/gas_electricity/s         martgrids/taskforce_en.htm        ...
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  1. 1. Smart Grids: frominnovation to deployment p y Manuel Sánchez Jiménez, PhD Policy Officer European Commission DG ENERGY
  2. 2. Smart Grids A Smart Grid is an electricity network that can cost efficiently integrate the behaviour and actions of all users connected to it - generators, consumers and those that do both – in order to ensure efficient, sustainable power system with low losses and high levels of quality and security of supply and safety. S y pp y y Seamless integration l i t ti of new applications End user real time Information &Central & participationdispersedsources Central & dispersed intelligence Smart materials and power p Multi-directional electronics ‘flows’ Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 2/12 2
  3. 3. . Policy drivers 20-20-20 targets.- Integration of renewables into the grid- Need to increase grid and consumption efficiency Security of supply.- Increase grid robustness and resilience- Integration of large centralised and small distributed generation Market development- Empowerment of consumers- Better management of supply (generation, load) and demand- New market opportunitiesThese drivers call for the restructuring of the grids, e.g.the structure of generation, market and the use of electricityDr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 3/12
  4. 4. . Legal framework Energy Efficiency Directive (2006/32/EC, Annex3)has identified smart meters as one of the main measures,.contributing to the overall energy efficiency improvement. Renewables Directive (2009/28/EC, Art16) viewsSmart Grids as an enabler for integration of increasingrenewable energy into the grid and obliges the MemberStates to develop transmission and grid infrastructure.towards this aim. 3rd package for the internal energy market(Directive 2009/72/EC and Directive 2009/73/EC) Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 4/12
  5. 5. EU activities for developmentand deployment of Smart Grids Technology push T h l h- RTD&D projects since 2003, more than €300 Million EU support- European Technology Platform, launched in 2006 p gy- Strategic Energy Technology Plan – European Electricity Grids Initiative, launched in June 2010 Market M k t push h- Market regulation: 3rd energy package, adopted in August 2009- Task Force for Smart Grids, November 2009 – June 2011- European Infrastructure Package, November 2010 and October 2011- Communication on Smart Grids, COM(2011)202 - 12 April 2011- Energy Efficiency Action Plan and revision of ESD on 21 June 2011 International cooperation- EU-US Energy Council- International Grid Action Network (ISGAN), under the Clean Energy I t ti l G id A ti N t k (ISGAN) d th Cl E Ministerial Conference.Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 5/12
  6. 6. Task Force for Smart Grids T kF f S t G id Florence London Forum Forum European CommissionRegulators TSOs DSOs Consumers T h l Technology Supply High Level Steering Committee  •Ad-hoc expert working groups Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 6/12
  7. 7. Smart Grid projects in EuropeDr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 7/12
  8. 8. Obstacles to SG deployment Obstacles to SG deployment Why has large-scale deployment not y g p y happened yet? - Limited pilot experiences so far and limited statistical quantification of benefits achieved in these experiences - Existing uncertainties regarding the level of required global investments, market models and q g , the technology needed - Data privacy, change of behaviour and other consumer’s concerns - Definition of expected services, functionalities and need of standards d d f d dDr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 8/12
  9. 9. COM (2011)202 – challenges/actions h ll / ti Challenges ActionsConsumer engagement at all Developing Smart Grid levels standards Addressing data privacy and Protection, handling and security issues security of data Developing regulatory Standardisation and incentives for Smart Grids interoperability deployment Guaranteeing competitive Regulatory framework and Smart Grids services to incentives i ti customers Continuing support for Infrastructure investments innovation and its rapid and roll out applicationDr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 9/12
  10. 10. COM (2011)202 - Proposed actions Action TaskSmart Grids  With the help of the Task Force, the EC will monitor the implementation of the work programme established in the mandate with the  view to ensure timely adoption of the standards. If in the course of 2011 is not sufficient, the EC will intervene to ensure that the deadline Standards is met and the necessary standards are set. The EC will also follow the development of ICT standards at the European and international level to facilitate the implementation of Smart  GridsData privacy and  The EC will monitor the provisions of national sectoral legislation that might apply to take into account the data protection specifities of  Smart Grids Smart Gridssecurity of data The ESOs will develop technical standards for Smart Grids taking the “privacy by design” approach The EC will continue bringing together the energy and ICT communities within an expert group to assess the network and information  security and resilience of Smart Grids as well as to support related international cooperationAdjust the existing  The EC will develop regulatory incentives for the deployment of Smart Grids, for example in the application and revision of Energy  Th EC ill d l l t i ti f th d l t fS t G id f l i th li ti d ii fE Services Directive and/or through the development of a network code or implementing act on tariffsregulatory  The EC will establish guidelines to define a methodology for the smart meter implementation plans of Member States, as well as for their framework for  (possible) cost‐benefit analysesSmart Grids Beyond the targets for smart meters in the Third Package, the EC will request Member States to produce action plans with targets for the  Beyond the targets for smart meters in the Third Package, the EC will request Member States to produce action plans with targets for the implementation of Smart Grids Through its role in the Regional Initiatives an its involvement in ENTSO‐E, the EC will encourage and promote coordinated action towards  the deployment of Smart Grids at European and regional levelGuarantee  The EC will introduce, through revision of the Energy Services Directive, minimum requirements for the format and content of  information provision for customers, and for access to information services and demand management (e.g. in‐house control of competitive Smart  consumption)Grids services to  The EC will monitor the implementation of the Third Package requirements needed to create a transparent and competitive retail market customers for the development of services (e.g. time‐of‐use and demand response) based on Smart Grids and metering. If the requirements are not  implemented or not effective, the EC may take further actions, possible in its review of the Energy Services DirectiveSupport  During 2011, the EC will propose additional new large‐scale demonstration initiatives for rapid Smart Grids deployment, taking into  account the needs identified in the EEGI. They will include ways to leverage financing, in line with the Energy Infrastructure Package and innovation and  as requested by the European Council of 4 February 2011 | 10/12rapid application Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER Dr. Manuel The EC will also launch the initiative Smart Cities and Communities in 2011
  11. 11. COM (2011)202 - Proposed actions Policy Regulation Innovation • Package for • Revision of • SET Plan – Standards Energy European by end 2012 Services Electricity Directive Grid Initiative • Privacy by design • Guidelines • Smart Cities and CBA and • Cyber- Communities C iti security • Regional Initiatives • Energy Infrastructure PackageDr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 11/12
  12. 12. manuel.sanchez-jimenez@ec.europa.euhttp://ec.europa.eu/energy/gas_electricity/s martgrids/taskforce_en.htm martgrids/taskforce en.htmDr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez. European Commission. DG ENER | 12/12
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