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Smart Energy Systems Market developments Philip Lowe EC

Smart Energy Systems Market developments Philip Lowe EC



Smart energy systems market developments Philip Lowe EC

Smart energy systems market developments Philip Lowe EC
Broadband Networks and Smart Grids: the intersection between ICT and Energy
ETNO Interactive Workshop Brussels 23 November 2011



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    • Smart energy systems:market developments andjoint energy/telcos challenges Philip Lowe Director General for Energy, European Commission ETNO Interactive Workshop Brussels, 23 November 2011
    •  Energy policy development Energy Efficiency Plan Regulation on and proposal for security of gas Energy Efficiency supply Directive Energy Strategy Communication on Third Internal 2020 Smart Grids Energy Market Package Energy Infrastructure Legislative Proposal External Energy Policy Communication Energy Infrastructure EEPR Package Energy 2050 Roadmap 2009 2010 2011 2
    •  Clear deadlines . . Completing the internal market by 2014 . Ending the isolation of remaining energy islands by 2015 Reaching the 20-20-20 targets by 2020 » Energy efficiency » Renewables » CO2 reduction 3
    • The Connecting Europe Facility: EU added valueWholesale energy markets - Priorities for 2020 and beyond for 2020Priorities Priorities beyond 2020 Electricity Highways CO2 transport network ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE PACKAGE OCTOBER 2011 | 4
    •  Retail Market: key themes . New roles for regulators and regulatory . framework, including tariff structures Consumer protection and empowerment  . active consumers Operation of a competitive retail market and tapping the full potential of energy efficiency, demand response and distributed generation 5
    • . Smart metering functionalities Common functionalities being defined . jointly ENER/INFSO First results presented to consumers and . regulators, London Forum- October 2011 Criteria/categories include: » Consumer benefits and support » Grid and network support » Commercial aspects of supply » Security and privacy » Integrate Distributed generation 6
    • . Joint energy/telcos challenges Active consumers in retail markets are increasingly important and smart energy systems are vital part of the development of competitive . retail markets Joint interests on sharing of backbone infrastructure and last mile connectivity are . increasing Considerable work is required, notably on privacy, . data security and smart meter functionalities Open standards and interoperability are vital for the deployment of reliable and cost-efficient of smart infrastructures 7
    •  Thank you for your attention 8