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07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets
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07 Leveraging Energy Control Systems for enabling innovation in Electric Power Markets

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Antonio Conati Barbaro Alleantia, Alleantia …

Antonio Conati Barbaro Alleantia, Alleantia

Presentation from "Launching Cleanweb Italy: Open Meeting" in Luiss University Rome
19/9/2012.

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  • 1. Leveraging Realtime Energy Control Systems for Enabling Innovation in Electric Power Markets September 2012
  • 2. Alleantia who ? Alleantia (www.alleantia.com) is a product and platform company dedicated to the development of IOT off-the- shelf products focused on monitoring and control Solar & Renewable Power Systems Energy Management Etherogenous Industry Systems Based on open source software (Linux, Java, HTML5) and hardware (Arduino), Alleantia products enable improved performances, O&M cost reduction, service effectiveness and implementation of new services Alleantia 2012 - ForSeptember 2012 2 Discussion Purpose
  • 3. Today’s Electric Market Focus on Grid Health, Continuity and Quality. The Grid Manages instant demand and supply. Demand-Offer are balanced every 15 minutes. Energy Exchange (MPE) set prices through auctions based on planned usage ‘previous day – same day’ modeling, in fixed sessions (MGP/MI) Customers’ end tariff is generally based on timeslots and pre-defined tariffs Market driven by producers, distributors and very large end customers Alleantia 2012 - ForSeptember 2012 3 Discussion Purpose
  • 4. The Renewable Energy Problem: Predictability PV and Wind Power Systems Subject to Production Variation, Seasonal and non-Seasonal Peaks beyond planned load are managed through I/O disconnection (Italy: starting August 2012) ? ? Italy: more than 12 GWp ‘Dumped’ Energy Production installed from 37,000+ PV systems >50 kWp unplanned (1h) and sparse Could Customers use this wasted production if offered at convenient price ? Alleantia 2012 - For 4September 2012 Discussion Purpose
  • 5. Adaptable industry cycles – two examples Compressed Air Standard Cycle Variable Cycle Tank air Tank air pressure pressure compressor activated on pressure trigger compressor activated on pressure and external triggers time time Standard Cycle Variable Cycle Refrigeration Cooling Cooling temp temp compressor activated on temp trigger compressor activated on temp and external triggers time time Alleantia 2012 - ForSeptember 2012 5 Discussion Purpose
  • 6. A Potential win-win Scenario• Renewable Energy investors must maximize ROI• Consumers may use more energy with limited notice• There could be room for a near-real-time Energy trading system• Near-real time information from producers and consumers necessary as basis for implementation (integrated with Grid Management) Alleantia 2012 - For September 2012 6 Discussion Purpose
  • 7. Leveraging Control Systems for Open Electric Marketplace 1: power availability estimation• Grid absorbed power (planned) ‘Next Hour’ Electric• Per-Zone ‘dumped power ‘ availability forecast Trading System• Next hour (fraction) forecastProduction Energy • Actual power production • Additional power Control and near term forecast request (kW, duration) Management System • Historical trend and • Time start & end System meteo forecast data • Discount requested integration • Actual power delivered to grid and planned forecast Alleantia 2012 - For September 2012 7 Discussion Purpose
  • 8. Leveraging Control Systems for Open Electric Marketplace 2: near-real time extra power allocation • Revised next hour (fraction) ‘Next Hour’ Electric forecast Trading SystemProduction Energy • Actual power production • Additional power Control and near term forecast purchased (kW, Management System • Historical trend and duration) System meteo forecast data • Time start & end integration • Actual power delivered to grid and planned forecast Alleantia 2012 - For September 2012 8 Discussion Purpose
  • 9. Proposing a Hackaton Project• Alleantia could provide data simulation – for Production forecast (next 30’ – 60’ – 120’) – for Energy Management system (energy bidding next 30’ – 60’ – 120’)• Data could be provided on• Additional Grid System data input to be added• Scope of work could be a basic demand-offer matching system (‘Next hour’ automatic bidding) – Book – Forecast – Matching – Feedback info to user – Dashboard Alleantia 2012 - ForSeptember 2012 9 Discussion Purpose

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