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  • 1. An Analysis of Demand Side Management Aug 4, 2011 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation. All rights reserved
  • 2. Table of Contents1. Introduction2. Our Focus in the Technological Domains of Smart Grid3. Demand Side Management4. Big News! 2 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation. All rights reserved
  • 3. IntroductionPurpose-In the previous research, we identify the business opportunities inDemand Side Management (DSM) that include the EnergyManagement Services (EMS) and Advanced Metering Infrastructures(AMI) & Field Area Network (FAN).-In this research, we will deeply take a look at the structure of thesetechnological domains, and pick up & analyze some companiesactive in these domain as case study.Methodology-We will present an diagram of Demand Side Management,identifying each technological component within the system.-We will then pick up some companies that are actively doingbusinesses within these fields to get case studies for Japanese startups. 3 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation. All rights reserved
  • 4. 2.Our Focus in the Technological Domains of Smart Grid Generation Transmission Distribution Consumption 1 2 3 Energy Consumption Energy Production Monitoring&Control of System Power Supply 1) Renewable Energies 4) Wide Area Monitoring System 5)Distribution Automation 6) EMS 2) Alternative Energies 7) EV 4 Effective Operation of System Power Supply 3)Fossil Fuel Efficiency 8) Recycle 10)Superconducting Transmission 9) Energy Saving 11) Power Electronics Applied Equipment 5 Advanced Interface Technologies 12) AMI / FAM 13) Power Conditioner Technologies 6 Energy Storage 14) Energy Storage Technologies 4 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation.※Classifications are based on Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) “Renewable Energy Technology White Paper 2010.” All rights reserved
  • 5. 2.Detailed Descriptions of DSM Domains Technological Description Domain Process of managing the consumption of energy, generally to ③Energy Consumption 6) EMS Technologies optimize available and planned generation resources. It includes HEMS, BEMS, FEMS, and Demand Response. AMI refers to a system that integrates smart meter and various ⑤Advanced Interface control devices for energy management. FAN is a network that Technologies 12) AMI / FAN bundles multiple smart meters and connects to public communication lines. 5 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation.※Classifications are based on Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) “Renewable Energy Technology White Paper 2010.” All rights reserved
  • 6. 3.Structure of DSM Block Diagram Demand Response Network Household Power Company Energy Business Generator AMI HEMS Household System Controller Devices Distribution Energy MDMS Concentrator Communication Storage Automation System Building/Commercial/Industrial Energy Generator Measure Control Gas Company BEMS/FEMS Household Controller Devices Service Energy Provider StorageSystem Structure Wired/Wirelsss Communication Unit MDMS Smart Meter EMS Controller Concentrator 6 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation.※Source: “Technologies and Standardization of Smart Grid” published in 2010 by Japan Standard Association All rights reserved
  • 7. 3.Structure of DSM AMI assumes communications among Smart Meter, Service Providersincluding utility companies and Energy Management System placed in thedemand side. Between service providers and consumers AMI provides information tovarious systems through Meter Data Management System (MDMS). Forexample, billing automation system, distribution automation system are donethrough AMI. The introduction of AMI makes it possible to measure power consumption real time. 7 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation. All rights reserved
  • 8. 4.Big News! California PUC adopted the world’s first comprehensive set of rulesto ensure that consumers can access the detailed energy usage datagathered by their smart meter. This decision calls for:1. Web Presentment -Utilities must provide via their websites such information as detailed energy usage.2. Tier Alerts -When customers move from one price tier to the next, the utilities are to provide notification.3. Rate Option Calculator -Help consumers understand whether they would save money by switching to a time-of-use rate.4. Real-time Data -Decision requires them to file plans that “include an initial phase with a rollout that enables a minimum of 5,000 HAN-enabled devices to be directly connected with smart meters.5. Third-Party Data Service - Consumers can authorize third parties to receive their backhauled smart meter data directly from the utility to support services such as energy efficiency. Will use OpenADE as standard. 8 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation. All rights reserved
  • 9. 4.Big News! ~OpenADE (Automated Data Exchange) How the Open Automated Data Exchange communication standard works Utility Data Center Authorized Third Party Meter Utility Utility Open Open Internet ADE Data Billing Web ADE Energy Info Mgmt & CIS Site Application Smart Network Application Platform Communication Network Head End Internet Smart Meter Next Day Data Communications AMI Network Radio 9 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation.※Source:http://www.emeter.com/smart-grid-watch/2011/california-puc-adopts-consumer-data-access-and-privacy-rules-for-smart-meters/ All rights reserved
  • 10. TO BE CONTINUEDWe will analyze in detail various DSM technologies and companies in those domains 10 ⓒ 2011 insprout Corporation. All rights reserved