Smart Energy made in GermanyHow ICT makes the change happen                      g    ppLudwig Karg, B A U M Head of E-Ene...
Decisions made!Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, R...
Key Challenges in Energy                                                              triangle                            ...
Key Driver 1: Integration of RenewablesLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ...
Linking all Components of a Smart PowerSystem       Smart Generation                                             Smart Gri...
Key Driver 2: New Business ScenariosEnergy                                                 Energy SupplierSupplier        ...
E-Energy is changing the landscape                    gy        g g             p                                         ...
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E-Energy on a Glance      gy       Dr. Angela Merkel at IT-Summit: „beacon project“       6 pilot regions               14...
6 strong P t   t     Partnerships                 hi
Activities in Pilot RegionsDeveloping and testing hardware and software for an                      Internet of EnergiesGa...
E-Energy Ancillary                               Research GroupAncillary Research        y                                ...
Smart Grids: the broad perspective                                                       smart                            ...
Smart Grid made in Germany                           y  monitoring and control of energy grid operation           g       ...
Major E-Energy Investigation Fieldssystem architecture   How t maintain a save and efficient energy system?   H   to  i t ...
Many public and private stakeholders involved                      EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, IBM, ABB, SAP,      ...
Model Region Baden        gspecifics:  energy efficiency in the  integrated house incl. E-Carinstruments:      smart meter...
Model Region Rhein-Neckar        gspecifics:  cellular system with  tariffe incentivesinstruments:i t        t      autono...
Model Region Harz        gspecifics:  many renewable energy plants  and hydropower storage stationinstruments:      contro...
Model Region Aachen        gspecifics:  pricing signals, self regulating gridinstruments:      prognosis system and       ...
Model Region Rhein-Ruhr        gspecifics:  cooperation of big supplier and       p               g pp  municipal utility;...
Model Region Cuxhaven        gspecifics:  Load management on distribution network  using big shiftable loads (cold stores)...
Cross Cutting Work in E-Energy Taskforces                                                                               st...
First results (I)              ( )1.   Smart grids concept is much more than smart     metering2.   Private homes react on...
First results (II)              ( )6.   Intelligent integration of wind energy does not     jeopardize security of supply....
Result of Cooperation: Layered Model                                            WCMS      Virtuelles                      ...
Smart Energy System            gy y        Energy Data Management      Metering   Infrastructure                      Mete...
Smart Energy System            gy y        Energy Data Management                                                         ...
Smart Energy System            gy y                                                            Market Place               ...
Smart Energy System            gy y                                                            Market Place               ...
Finding a Common View: Standardization      g Study: “Standards for the Electric Smart Grid: Findings f th G Fi di    for ...
Joint Venture of Energy and IT Industries                     gyLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and I...
D-A-CH Cooperation on Smart Grids          p                                                            all levels: govern...
Future Internet and Smart Energy?
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  1. 1. Smart Energy made in GermanyHow ICT makes the change happen g ppLudwig Karg, B A U M Head of E-Energy Ancillary Research Karg B.A.U.M., E Energywww.bmwi.de
  2. 2. Decisions made!Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 2
  3. 3. Key Challenges in Energy triangle geothermal of hope nuclear ate water solar gas wind coal biomass decentral d l & volatile oil2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 3
  4. 4. Key Driver 1: Integration of RenewablesLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 4
  5. 5. Linking all Components of a Smart PowerSystem Smart Generation Smart Grid Smart Consumption Smart Storage A new paradigm: generation-oriented consumptionLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 5
  6. 6. Key Driver 2: New Business ScenariosEnergy Energy SupplierSupplier plus Service ProviderLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 6
  7. 7. E-Energy is changing the landscape gy g g p www.e-energy.deLudwig Karg, Head of E-Energy Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsAncillary Research ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 7SmartGrids Europe 2010
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  9. 9. E-Energy on a Glance gy Dr. Angela Merkel at IT-Summit: „beacon project“ 6 pilot regions 140 Mio. EUR public and private funds result of technology competition lt f t h l titi runtime 2008 - 2013 Research and Demonstration Ancillary research evaluation and coordination task forces for cross cutting topics national and international cooperationLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 9
  10. 10. 6 strong P t t Partnerships hi
  11. 11. Activities in Pilot RegionsDeveloping and testing hardware and software for an Internet of EnergiesGaining knowhow on interoperability safety and security interoperability,Testing models of added value generation and businessprocessesAnalyzing market potentials and improving consumersacceptanceHighlighting needs for changes in the legal frameworkLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 11
  12. 12. E-Energy Ancillary Research GroupAncillary Research y B.A.U.M. B A U M Consult GmbH München / Berlin GmbH, TU München, Institut für Informatik TU Darmstadt, Institut für Elektrische Energiesysteme incowia GmbH, Ilmenau LoeschHundLiepold Kommunikation GmbH, MünchenLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 12
  13. 13. Smart Grids: the broad perspective smart gridsLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 13
  14. 14. Smart Grid made in Germany y monitoring and control of energy grid operation g gy g p+ e-trading platforms for dynamic pricing, load shaving, incorporation of virtual power plants, system services, prognosis etc.+ distributed multi-agent architectures to link all technical and market elements= Internet of Energies Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 14
  15. 15. Major E-Energy Investigation Fieldssystem architecture How t maintain a save and efficient energy system? H to i t i d ffi i t t ?business cases How to foster creative new business models?cyber security How to deal with 250 requirements?privacy i How to avoid risks with smart architectures?standards How to ensure seamless access of a multitude of appliances in generation, storage, distribution and consumption?Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 15
  16. 16. Many public and private stakeholders involved EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, IBM, ABB, SAP, Baden Württemberg Systemplan, University Karlsruhe MVV Energie AG, IBM, Power PLUS Communications, Papendorf Software Engineering DREWAG, University Duisburg-Essen Engineering, DREWAG Duisburg Essen RegenerativKraftwerk Harz GmbH & Co, Siemens, E.ON, in.power, ISET, Vattenfall EWE AG, OFFIS, energy & meteosystems, BTC, Fraunhofer- Verbund Energie RWE Energy AG, Siemens, Prosyst Software, Miele, ef.ruhr, gy , , y , , , Stadtwerke Krefeld Utilicount, Stadtwerke Aachen, Stadtwerke Duisburg, FIR at RWTH Aachen, PSI Büsing & Buchwald, Kellendonk ElektronikLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 16
  17. 17. Model Region Baden gspecifics: energy efficiency in the integrated house incl. E-Carinstruments: smart meters and StromRadar© price incentives at the outlet minimum emission certificates central platform to control and run the systemlead partner: EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AGother partners: IBM, ABB, SAP, Systemplan, University Karlsruhe p , , , y p , y 17
  18. 18. Model Region Rhein-Neckar gspecifics: cellular system with tariffe incentivesinstruments:i t t autonomous cells with agents „agents and „energy butlers“ agents“ energy butlers to manage objects control devices connected via private IP-networklead partner: p p MVV Energie AGother partners: IBM, Power PLUS Communications, Papendorf Software Engineering, DREWAG U i S ft E i i DREWAG, University D i b it Duisburg-Essen E 18
  19. 19. Model Region Harz gspecifics: many renewable energy plants and hydropower storage stationinstruments: control system to guarantee grid stability prediction system for wind energy new business model: bundling distributed g power generatorslead partner:RegenerativKraftwerk Harz GmbH & Coother partners: Siemens, E.ON, in.power, ISET, Vattenfall 19
  20. 20. Model Region Aachen gspecifics: pricing signals, self regulating gridinstruments: prognosis system and i t d optimization algorithms to close the „last meter“lead partner: Utilicountother partners: Stadtwerke Aachen, FIR at RWTH Aachen, PSI Büsing & Buchwald, Kellendonk Elektronik 20
  21. 21. Model Region Rhein-Ruhr gspecifics: cooperation of big supplier and p g pp municipal utility; intelligent home appliances; prosumer conceptinstruments: smart ICT gateways to move step by step towards smartgrid ICT for decentralized grid management in distribution networkslead partner: RWE Energy AGother partners: Siemens, Prosyst Software, Miele, ef.ruhr, Stadtwerke Krefeld 21
  22. 22. Model Region Cuxhaven gspecifics: Load management on distribution network using big shiftable loads (cold stores)instruments: regional power portal to manage business incentives plug&play networking of appliances online visualisation with iPhonesleadl d partner: EWE AG tother partners: OFFIS, energy & meteosystems, BTC, Fraunhofer Verbund BTC Fraunhofer-Verbund Energie 22
  23. 23. Cross Cutting Work in E-Energy Taskforces standards? System Architecture Interoperability p y privacy? Legal Framework Market Development data security? market roles? Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 23
  24. 24. First results (I) ( )1. Smart grids concept is much more than smart metering2. Private homes react on price incentives, but bigger and quicker gains are in B2B solutions3. acceptance increases with degree of automation4. Decentralised data management reduces bandwidth constraints and allows for high degree of privacy5. E-Energy market place helps to improve existing processes and to implement new business models. Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 24
  25. 25. First results (II) ( )6. Intelligent integration of wind energy does not jeopardize security of supply. j di it f l7. Load management can decrease need for grid retrofitting f8. Aggregators are key to the integration of distributed renewables.9. Legal framework (incl. feed in tariffes) should be adapted.10. Different innovation cycles of energy and ICT business must be tackled with modular systems. Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 25
  26. 26. Result of Cooperation: Layered Model WCMS Virtuelles Kraftwerk Pool- dyn. IKT Koordinator Tarife Zell- Gateway 2 dyn. Agenten IKT ??? Tarife Energie- Gateway1 butler ??? ??? market place Strom Radar cell level Steuerbox object level Strom Ampel A l device level Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 26
  27. 27. Smart Energy System gy y Energy Data Management Metering Infrastructure Meter ConsumingDisplay p y Gatewayy Appliance Consuming pp Appliance Producing Meter Appliance Smart Metering Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 27
  28. 28. Smart Energy System gy y Energy Data Management Grid Operation Metering Infrastructure User Interface Meter ConsumingDisplay p y Gatewayy Appliance Consuming pp Energy Appliance Manager Producing Meter Appliance Smart Metering Smart Grid Smart Home Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 28
  29. 29. Smart Energy System gy y Market Place Prognosis ??? Energy Data Management Aggregation Grid Operation Services Metering Infrastructure User I t f U Interface Meter EM ConsumingDisplay p y Gatewayy y Gateway Appliance Consuming pp Energy Appliance Manager Producing Meter Appliance Smart Metering Smart Grid Smart Home Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 29
  30. 30. Smart Energy System gy y Market Place Prognosis ??? Energy Data Management Aggregation Grid Operation Services Metering Infrastructure User Interface Meter EM ConsumingDisplay p y Gatewayy y Gateway Appliance Consuming pp Appliance Producing Meter Appliance Smart Metering Smart Grid Smart Home Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 30
  31. 31. Finding a Common View: Standardization g Study: “Standards for the Electric Smart Grid: Findings f th G Fi di for the German E E E-Energy program” ” BDI brochure E-Energy taskforce Interoperability DKE / E-Energy Competence Center: Standards Roadmap for E-Energy and Smart Grid available from www.e-energy.de Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility Programs ISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 31
  32. 32. Joint Venture of Energy and IT Industries gyLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 32
  33. 33. D-A-CH Cooperation on Smart Grids p all levels: governmental, ancillary research model research, projects exchange of knowledge g g and prototypes (e. g. joint test beds) joint l i j i solutions f cross for cutting questions (including standardization) development of European cooperation (e. g. EEGI)Ludwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 33
  34. 34. Future Internet and Smart Energy?
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  36. 36. autosymphonic
  37. 37. Ludwig.Karg@E-Energy.de Ludwig Karg@E Energy de www.e energy.de www.e-energy.de www.ict-em.deLudwig Karg, Head of Ancillary Research for E-Energy and ICT for Electric Mobility ProgramsISGAN Meeting, Roma, July 7, 2011 37
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