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Broadband networks and smart grids communication an opportunity for europe Paul Timmers DG INFSO
Broadband Networks and Smart Grids: the intersection between ICT and Energy
ETNO Interactive Workshop Brussels 23 November 2011

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  • Broadband Networks and Smart Grids Communication An Opportunity for EuropePaul TimmersDirectorDG INFSO 1
  • Europe 2020 Strategy• Smart Growth – developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation• Sustainable Growth – promoting a more resource efficient, greener and more competitive economy• Inclusive Growth – fostering a high-employment economy delivering economic, social and territorial cohesion 2
  • DAE - The 7 Action Areas A vibrant digital single market Fast and ultra fast internet access Interoperability Research and and standards innovationEnhancing digital Trust and Securityliteracy, skills andinclusion ICT-enabled benefits for EU society 3
  • The contribution of ICT to Energy Efficiency● The enabling role of ICT - Buildings: energy management and control systems; modelling and simulation; - Transport: energy management and control system; traffic management; intermodal transport - Smart Energy: integration of renewables; smart meters (prosumers); grid control and management; smart vehicles● Dematerialisation, e-commerce, e-government, video-conferencing, teleworking, etc.● Systemic approach to counterbalance possible rebound effects:decision support systems; simulation; inter-domain city planning● Transparency and homogeneity on accounting and measuring 4
  • Connecting Europe Facility Policy 2014 - 2020 Transport, Energy, ICT Infrastructure •Infrastructure investments •Promote the European digital single market •Europe 2020 Strategy Proposed budget € 50bn •Energy – € 9.1bn •Transport – € 21.7bnSource : SAP (2009) (+ €10bn) •ICT/Digital – € 9.2bn 5
  • Why invest in Digital Infrastructure? Broadband networks 1. Current level of investment not sufficient to ensure growth 2. No agreement on investment between incumbents and competitors, difficult access to LT financing 3. No business case in rural and (in most) Case for suburban areas EUinvestment 4. Core layers of digital services will not be financed by MS or private operators 5. Interoperability, standards and cross- border problems for digital services 6 Digital Services
  • ICT Services of public interest– Trans-European high-speed backbone connections for public administrations– Cross-border delivery of eGovernment services (eID, eHealth, eProcurement, network of registers)– Enabling access to public sector information and multilingual services– Safety and security– Deployment of ICT solutions for intelligent energy networks and for the provision of Smart Energy Services 7
  • Expected Impact of CEF Ireland United Kingdom Denmark Sweden Finland EstoniaHH(x1000): 650 HH(x1000): 6,620 HH(x1000): 860 HH(x1000): 1,210 HH(x1000): 770 HH(x1000): 60%: 40.2% %: 25.6% %: 32.8% %: 28.3% %: 30.5% %: 10.6% LatviaThe Netherlands HH(x1000): 80HH(x1000): 2,180 %: 9.5%%: 30.1% 30.5% Lithuania Belgium HH(x1000): 120HH(x1000): 1,260 %: 8.2%%: 28.8% Poland Luxembourg HH(x1000): 1,330HH(x1000): 140 40.2% %: 9.9%%: 72.5% 25.6% Czech Republic Germany HH(x1000): 540HH(x1000): 9,090 %: 12.1%%: 23.3% Austria 23.3% Slovakia HH(x1000): 240HH(x1000): 1,030 26.5% %: 12.8%%: 28.8% Romania Slovenia HH(x1000): 510HH(x1000): 130 %: 7%%: 18.3% France 25.7% Bulgaria HH(x1000): 130HH(x1000): 7,110 %: 4.3%%: 26.5% Cyprus Portugal Spain Italy Malta Hungary Greece HH(x1000): 60HH(x1000): 630 HH(x1000): 3,950 HH(x1000): 5,720 HH(x1000): 20 HH(x1000): 390 HH(x1000): 870 %: 8 25.1%%: 16.2% %: 25.7% %: 24% %: 16.8% %: 10% %: 21.1%
  • Information Society Policy on Green ICT•October 2009 Recommendation on mobilising Information andCommunications Technologies to facilitate the transition to anenergy-efficient, low-carbon economy:“Smart Grid and Smart meters are innovative new markets forIC Technologies and Services”.•August 2010 A Digital Agenda for Europe:“Assess by 2011 the potential contribution of smart grids to thedecarbonisation of energy supply in Europe and define a set ofminimum functionalities to promote the interoperability ofSmart Grids at European level”•2011: Working group between energy utilities and telecomoperators to analyze possible synergies on Smart Griddeployment. 9
  • Standardization Activities CEN, CENELEC and ETSI have set up a joint group to coordinate activities on the mandates in the field of Energy:• M/441: Smart metering (ongoing)• M/468: Electrical vehicles chargers (ongoing)• M/490: Smart grid - Launched 1st March 2011 10
  • Greening of ICT vs. Greening by ICT• Rapid growth of electricity consumed by ICT – Responsible for 8% of EU electricity consumption – Expected to double by 2020 – Threat for further deployment of ICT in Europe• Potential of ICT to help other industrial sectors reducing their own footprint – Building and construction, transport and logistics, water and energy distribution, cities• How to strike the right balance?• How to measure the environmental costs and benefits in a robust and transparent manner? 11
  • The Green Digital CharterAn initiative of Manchester City, EUROCITIES and theEuropean Commission● Launched in November 2009● The signatory Mayors commit to: – Deploy 5 large scale projects per city before 2015 – Decrease ICT direct carbon footprint by 30% by 2020 – Create partnerships on ICT and energy consuming sectors by 2011● 24 Signatories: Amsterdam, Belfast, Birmingham,Bologna, Bristol, Genoa, Ghent, The Hague, Helsinki,Lisbon, Malaga, Malmo, Manchester, Murcia, Nantes, NiceCote d’Azur, Nuremberg, Reykjavik, Rijeka, Stockholm,Tallinn, Vienna, Zagreb, Zaragoza. 12
  • Work on Measurement Methodologies• Different levels of analysis: – Environmental footprint of ICT products and services – Environmental footprint of ICT deployment in buildings, transport, energy grids • i.e. environmental cost-benefit analysis – Environmental footprint of ICT in organizations and cities• ITU-T delivers the core of these methodologies• Importance of coherence / compatibility with other standardisation efforts or MS initiatives at each level (e.g. ISO, ETSI, IEC, PAS2050, Bilan Carbone)• Importance of consistency to aggregate results at different levels e.g. grids, buildings, companies contributing to cities’ footprint 13
  • Next Steps(1) Policy• Results from Study "Metrics and Methodologies for infrastructures, known as Smart-Grids" expected in 2012.• EC Telecom-Utilities Workshop• Conference Green ICT 2012 (to be announced - end first quarter 2012)• Digital Agenda Assembly 2012 (to be announced - end second quarter 2012)• Workshop at EU Sustainable Energy Week 2012(2) Research• Call for projects under FP7 on Smart Energy Grids: – Call FP7-ICT-2011-8, Objective ICT-2011.6.1 Call deadline: 17/01/2012, Budget 30 Mio EUR 14
  • Thank you for your attention Source : SAP (2009) 15