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Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
Smart grid. introducing the danish smart grid landscape - Open Smart City 2012
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  1. Introducing the Danish Smart Grid LandscapeAnders TroiHead of Intelligent Energy SystemsDTU Elektro
  2. Europe’s Future Electricity Networks “SmartGrids”• Development of a more flexible, accessible, reliable and economic electricity system• Need for new solutions based on automation and ICT• EU Technology Platform “SmartGrids” – Area of strategic importance and need for special research focus – Participation in advisory council as only Nordic representative – Vision and strategic research agenda2 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  3. SmartGrids Definition“Electricity networks that can intelligently integrate thebehavior and actions of all users connected to it -generators, consumers and those that do both – in order toefficiently deliver sustainable, economic and secureelectricity supplies.” EU Technology Platform for the Electricity of the Future• A smart grid employs innovative products and services together with intelligent monitoring, control and communication technologies in order to: – Better facilitate the connection and operation of generators of all sizes and technologies; – Allow consumers to play a part in optimizing the operation of the system; – Provide consumers with greater information and options for choice of supply; – Significantly reduce the environmental impact of the whole electricity supply system; – Maintain or even improve the existing high levels of system reliability, quality and security of supply;3 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  4. Why Smart Grids?• SmartGrids are a critical technology for efficient transformation of the energy system and solving of the climate challenges• National and international priority – EU SET-plan: “Intelligent electricity networks” is 1 of 7 crucial technology challenges – DK: Smart Grids is crucial for operating an energy system wo. fossile fuels. – DK: Part of govornment strategy• Massive global investments and R&D-needs – OECD: Need for doubling of energy infrastructure- investments to 500 billion DKK/year in 2025 – ENTSO-E: SmartGrids R&D-plan w. 31 specific R&D projekts for 2 mia. € with start 2010-13 – IEA: Actuel R&D level within SmartGrids only 10% of what is needed4 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  5. Danish Government EnergyPolicy Targets towards 20505 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  6. Smart Grids in the GovernmentEnergy Strategy 2050• ”the government will cooperate on a dissemination of smart grids in Denmark ...”• ”the government will work for a doubling of the funding for research, development and demonstration within the energy field, and have large focus on the coming EU budget, especially for sustainable energy, smart grids and energy efficiency towards 2020 as compared to the present level”.• “The government will actively support establishment of test environments for green solutions in Denmark …”• Secure a sufficient intake of candidates and researchers for the green sector …”6 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  7. Danish Energy Policy• Fossil free energy system in 2050 / 100% renewable based – Limit green house gas emissions – Scare resources / increasing global energy demand – Energy independency7 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  8. The Danish Wind Power CaseWind power covers the entire demand for electricity In the future wind power will exceed demand in 200 hours (West DK) in more than 1,000 hours 8 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  9. Danish energy consumption has been stableover the last 25 years PJ 900 600 300 0 1980 85 90 95 00 05 08 Oil Natural Gas Coal and Coke Renewable Energy etc.9 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  10. Development of the Danish power system MW9,000 Power balance – Denmark West Development driven by8,000 favorable feed-in tariff!7,000 Wind 65 %6,000 Hydro/PV 0.2%5,000 Wood 16.6 % Straw 8 %4,000 Biogas 3 % Waste 7.2 %3,0002,000 DK Total: 2010 RES coverage1,000 33 % = 12 TWh 0 Wind power 7.8 TWh 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 Biomass 4.1 TWh Wind Local CHP Power plant Load 10 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  11. The American view on the Danish ScenarioSmart Grid vision from Department Of Energy (DOE) Denmark – already Smart Grids solutions11 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  12. Denmark as a European Smart Grid Hub 22% of EU smart grid projects takes place in Denmark12 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  13. Denmark as a Smart Grid Hub • Within SmartGrids DK has potential for an international leading position, which can drive a large green growth (jobs and export) – Unique energy system (experience, data and knowledge) – Substantial R&D-level – Strong DK energy industry – Consensus on strategy (government, industry, research) • DI Green Growth: SmartGrids are 1 of 3 focus points Source: EnergyCamp 2008 13 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  14. World class Experimental Platform for Electric Power and Energy • Integrated experim. • Stakeholders: • Budget: 134 MDKK • Stakeholder funding 30+ MDKK 14 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  15. Selected Research projects in Denmark from Cell Controller to EcoGrid and iPower Power Exchange Electric Vehicle Power Dealer Balance Responsible Socio- econom ic and investor WP5 Cell Controller WP3 WP1 + WP2 Households Industry End WP6 Wind turbines users Households Local CHP unitsCell Controller Pilot Project WP4 15 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  16. EDISON project Electrical Vehicles in a smart GridElectrical Vehicles technology and infrastructure8 Partners, (Universities, Small and Large Companies)Duration 3 years , 60 Mio DKK ~ 8 Mio. € ~ 11 Mio $Risoe DTU / IES Experimental site and Charging concepts First European EV Project • EV Communication • Battery characteristics • Charging Concepts • Grid Impact • VPP/Market place • Demonstration16 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  17. iPower Intelligent power and Demand responseDeveloped and Headed by DTU Elektro32 Partners, (Universities, Small and Large Companies)Duration 5 years, 120 Mio DKK ~ 16 Mio. € ~ 22 Mio $Cross Disciplinary Research and Innovation platform Socio- Largest Danish economic and investor Smart Grid ProjectWP5 WP3 • Research & WP1 + WP2 Development • Products/Solutions • Identification End users WP6 • Communication • Demand Control • Integration WP4 Source: Based on drawing from Danish Energy Association17 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  18. EcoGrid EU Project A Prototype for European Smart Grids A large scale demonstration of a real-time market place for distributed energy resources A demonstration of a real power system with more than 50 % renewable energy ~2000 active customers Total budget: 21 million Euro Preparation for a fast track towards European real-time market operation of RES & DR18 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012
  19. Smart Grids in Denmark Energy for the future19 DTU Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark Intelligent Energy Systems 20.03.2012

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