20111027 esri euc bertoli smart energy

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Tomaso Bertoli's presentation at ESRI EUC Madrid 2011. Sinergis' expertise on smart grids and energy management tools.

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20111027 esri euc bertoli smart energy

  1. 1. The impact of DistributedGeneration on network securityESRI EUC Madrid, 27 October 2011, Tomaso Bertoli
  2. 2. Network Security and DG? How Distributed Generation impacts network security? »  Gruppo Dolomiti Energia Network Security of Low Voltage Feeders  STET Pergine PESSE review 2012
  3. 3. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MV>LV 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  4. 4. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MV>LV 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  5. 5. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MV>LV 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  6. 6. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MV>LV 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  7. 7. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MV>LV 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  8. 8. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MV>LV 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  9. 9. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MV>LV 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  10. 10. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MV>LV 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  11. 11. Gruppo Dolomiti Energia 6000 sqkm service area 500k inhabitants 8 service area + STET 3150 km 20kV 4470 MT>BT 6565 km 400V 140k service points 340k meters (En) + STET Pergine 18k
  12. 12. Integrated Information System » un-bundling Network Customer Data Information System and Work orders » ArcGIS ArcFM » SAP IS-U » Network topology » Clients Sales Users Distribution » Geometric Network » Contracts » Versioning Archiving » Devices » Feeder Manager » SAP GUI § Bapi Device Locations Device Location
  13. 13. Network security for Low Voltage feeders Like at home when the meter “trips” because oven and dryier and … are used together »
  14. 14. Electric Analysis LV – V1 (2008)• Trace Geometric Network return tree topology• Current Contract Loads from SAP• Test Loads from design• Design Version
  15. 15. Electric Analysis LV – V1 (2008)• Parameters • Contract Voltage • % of safe use • Power … • Paid for • Current contract • Available• Probability concurrence• Probability Acceptable Risk of black-out
  16. 16. Electric Analysis LV– V1 (2008)• Output XLS • Max Current • Voltage Drop • Available power • Losses • Short Circuit Current
  17. 17. Managing Energy from renewable sources August 2010 – LV Feeder start tripping » Current and future Electric Distribution (source: EPRI, 2009 ) Inversion of energy flows Low Demand Max Production But how is it possible is DG is under 5% ? »
  18. 18. Clustering of Distributed Generation  Emulation Why clusters do … not form?
  19. 19. Clustering of Distributed Generation PV (Photo Voltaic) Distributed Generation» • 50 MW total PV peak power Average by feeder • installations • 6060 PV installations • Power kW • 9000 LV Feeders 9000 total LVF • 0,7 • 9 kW •2 2890 LVF with PV • 18 kW Average by feeder •6 290 10° Percentile • < 0,7 installations • 97 kW • 9 kW 29 1° Percentile • 10 • 236 kW
  20. 20. Clustering of Distributed Generation PV (Photo Voltaic) Distributed Generation » • 50 MW PV total peak power • 1400 MW Contract power on LVF • On average PV 3% of Contract Power But average values are missleading • Over 100 feeders have ratio PV / Contract power > 100% • 10° percentile of Feeders has PV / Contract power > 40%
  21. 21. Electric Analysis LV BT – V2 (2011)• Generators • SAP IS-U • design• Parameters • Power Modulation • Generation ModulationUsual scenarios:• Late afternoon workday Winter• Weekend noon Summer
  22. 22. STET Pergine – PESSE review 2012 “small” multi utility in side valley 18k Electric meters WaterWasteWater Gas Garbage Street Lighting
  23. 23. PESSE – What ? Why ? PESSE, Emergency Plan for the safety of Electric System Under the coordination of Terna (HV transmission) Distribution companies disconnect load in a planned and selective way, in order to avoid un- controlled black outs. 28 september 2003
  24. 24. PESSE – How it works?
  25. 25. PESSE – How it works ? All residential and commercial customers are divided in groups For each group a rolling outage is planned for up to 1,5 hours per day.
  26. 26. PESSE Update 2012 Optimize the groups »  “domestic customers with life saving equipment are excluded from the planned outages”  Distributed Generation – not only PV
  27. 27. PESSE Update 2012GeoDataBase Versions to simulatedifferent PESSE plans groups »
  28. 28. PESSE Update 2012ArcFM Feeder ManagerRecalculates MV and LV feeder »
  29. 29. PESSE update 2012DBMS Server side SQL does all the group by sumNo Export, Fast and Reproduceable »
  30. 30. PESSE update 2012TransformingamountainofdatainusefullusableInformation »
  31. 31. 3 key factors to “do more with less” Robust Competent Data & Flexible People on Processes data is trust worthy Software Processes & Sw (updated and AEEG releases each dedication and complete) only as year new (self)training to long as it is produced rules, positive feed- exploit all the power or used by a primary back on processes in Sw (old and new) company process that can be managed of the tech pyramid and optimized
  32. 32. Thank you for the attentionTomaso BertoliSolution Manager UtilitiesCoordinator of Multi Utility User GroupFor more info: www.gismart.eu Special thanks to Mariano Fronza, Dolomiti Reti (GDE) Stefano Silvestri, Dolomiti Reti (GDE) Dario Dallepiatte, STET Pergine www.sinergis.it | info@sinergis.it www.dedagroup.it | info@dedagroup.it
  33. 33. To be Smart...
  34. 34. Smart Local Governments Local Governments Using GIS-based Tax Solutions to be very effective in collecting real estate taxes and to fight tax elusion
  35. 35. Smart Multi Utilities Multiutilities Using GIS-based Solutions in order to better run the distribution network, reduce and manage power downwtime
  36. 36. Smart Provinces And Regions Province e Regioni Soluzioni per il monitoraggio e il controllo permettono una gestione più efficace del traffico e una migliore manutenzione delle infrastrutture stradali
  37. 37. Smart Local Governments Sinergis and Dedagroup have been learning for more than 20 years from:  10 Regions  18 Provinces  3 Regional Environment Agencies (ARPA)  2 Government Departments  10 Multi Utility Companies  15 Main Cities  More than 50 Smaller Municipalities and Associations of Smaller Cities
  38. 38. Thank you for the attentionFor more info: tomaso.bertoli@sinergis.it

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