NREL India Smart Grid Delegation

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NREL India Smart Grid Delegation

  1. 1. Smart Grid - Building the 21st Century Grid India Smart Grid Delegation September 15, 2011 Steve Hauser Vice President Grid IntegrationNREL is a national laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy operated by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC
  2. 2. Today’s Electricity System • Production follows demand • Largely electromechanical • High carbon/low storage • Blind to distribution/demand • Very little information and control • Central planning, design and operation • Aging assetsNational Renewable Energy Laboratory 2 Innovation for Our Energy Future
  3. 3. 21st Century Electricity System • Information-rich • Distributed design and operation • Clean tech priority • Ubiquitous storage • Automated operations • Highly differentiated energy services • End-user participation • Smart homes & buildingsNational Renewable Energy Laboratory 3 Innovation for Our Energy Future
  4. 4. Changes Impact Power DeliveryNational Renewable Energy Laboratory 4 Innovation for Our Energy Future
  5. 5. Game Changing Technologies Drive TransformationNational Renewable Energy Laboratory 5 Innovation for Our Energy Future
  6. 6. Framework for Change GRID 3.0 Highly Grid Self- Automated End-to-End Clean Resource Differentiated Optimization Efficiency Automation Optimization Reliability Demand Online Energy Distribution Electric Vehicle VISIBILITY Local Power CONTROL Management Efficiency & Parks Automation Management Management Load Emergency Advanced Distributed EE Programs Curtailment Power Metering Renewables Power Quality & Operational Clean Capacity Energy Efficiency Reliability Efficiency Technology Foundation / InfrastructureNational Renewable Energy Laboratory Innovation for Our Energy Future
  7. 7. Capacity Challenges/Opportunities 15 % RESERVE MARGIN 1,277,072 MW AVERAGE SYSTEM CAPACITY 602,585 MW HOURSNational Renewable Energy Laboratory 7 Innovation for Our Energy Future
  8. 8. ARRA Funded ProjectsNational Renewable Energy Laboratory 8 Innovation for Our Energy Future
  9. 9. Integrating New TechnologiesNational Renewable Energy Laboratory 9 Innovation for Our Energy Future
  10. 10. National Renewable Energy Laboratory 10 Innovation for Our Energy Future
  11. 11. Energy System of Systems Electricity Fuel Production Generation Systems Integrated Transportation The Built Environment Energy Systems Systems Grid Campus/Installation Community Building a 21st Century GridNational Renewable Energy Laboratory Innovation for Our Energy Future
  12. 12. National Renewable Energy Laboratory Innovation for Our Energy Future
  13. 13. National Renewable Energy Laboratory Innovation for Our Energy Future
  14. 14. Contact Information Steve Hauser Vice President Grid Integration NREL shauser@nrel.gov 303.275.3122National Renewable Energy Laboratory 14 Innovation for Our Energy Future

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