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2012 The IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Energy Systems (IWIES)

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Decision Support Tool for Retrofitting a District Towards District as a Service

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Anna Florea, Corina Postelnicu, Jose Luis Martinez Lastra, Mirko Presser, Trine Plambech, Mikel Larrañaga, Antonio Colino, José Antonio Márquez Contreras, Víctor Manuel Bayona Pons

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    • Decision Support Tool for Retrofitting a District Towards District as a Service Date: November, 2013 Linked to: URB-Grade ( FP7/2007-2013, GA n° 600058) Contact information Tampere University of Technology, FAST Laboratory, P.O. Box 600, FIN-33101 Tampere, Finland Email: fast@tut.fi www.tut.fi/fast Conference: 2012 The IEEE International Workshop on Intelligent Energy Systems (IWIES) Title of the paper: Decision Support Tool for Retrofitting a District Towards District as a Service Authors: Anna Florea, Corina Postelnicu, Jose Luis Martinez Lastra, Mirko Presser, Trine Plambech, Mikel Larrañaga, Antonio Colino, José Antonio Márquez Contreras, Víctor Manuel Bayona Pons If you would like to receive a reprint of the original paper, please contact us
    • Decision Support Tool for Retrofitting a District Towards District as a Service Anna Florea, Corina Postelnicu, Jose Luis Martinez Lastra, Mirko Presser, Trine Plambech, Mikel Larrañaga, Antonio Colino, José Antonio Márquez Contreras, Víctor Manuel Bayona Pons The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 600058.
    • FP7-2012-NMP-ENV-ENERGY-ICT-EeB call EEB-ICT-2011.6.5: ICT for energy efficient neighbourhoods Start date: 2012-11-01 End date: 2016-01-31 Contract Number: 600058 Total funding of 2.663.720 € URB-Grade project summary 9 partners from 3 countries: 2 LE’s  TELVENT GLOBAL SERVICES SA, ES  SEAS-NVE HOLDING AS, DK 2 SME’s  THT CONTROL OY , FI  FENIE ENERGIA SA , ES 3 RTD’s  ALEXANDRA INSTITUTTET , DK  IK4- TEKNIKER , ES  TTY-SAATIO, FI 2 Cities  AYUNTAMIENTO DE EIBAR, ES  KALUNDBORG KOMMUNE, DK
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Outline ✦ Introduction ✦ Background ✦ URB-Grade Targets ✦ Upgrading the District: Methodology and Technical Approach ✦ First Results: the District Profile ✦ Conclusions
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Introduction • Smart Grid requires technological readiness of the demand side • Green field installations • Brownfield cases • Decision making – Theoretical approach – ESCO approach (extensive on-site measurements)
    • Considerations for upgrade planning solutions ‣ Automatic investigation of possible trade-offs between energy savings and user comfort, and identification of largest district improvement potential. ‣ Rapidly tailor decision support, should its purpose or user types slightly change. ‣ Access to real time information by city authorities and relevant stakeholders. ‣ Automatically incorporate the wishes of citizens into the decision making process. ‣ The need to provide solutions that are scalable. ‣ The need to fully exploit the potential of achieving energy savings by sharing multipurpose communication networks among several content providers ‣ The need to increase the cost effectiveness of decisions. 6
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Objective URB-Grade project seeks to provide a common decision support tool for retrofitting a district towards a district as a service facilitating integration of brownfield district with emerging technologies in urban services.
    • URB-Grade Vision and Methodology DaaS Cloud Platform City Authorities and Utilities
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Methodology continued ‣ Understanding the district structure and peculiarities through District Profiling; ‣ Quantifying the district by measuring district KPIs (Quantification); ‣ Implementing solutions for district retrofitting (the District Growth phase) and ‣ Validating successfulness of the retrofitting activity through assessment of updated district profile and KPIs defined for selected retrofitting strategy (District Validation). At the end of validation stage a clear functional business model is available for the platform exploitation.
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Background • Data analysis and decision support – Data is the key for understanding – Common reference model allowing managing same data at different levels of the system within a domain – integration of cross-domain data in a single data model – From data analysis to decision support through visualisation
    • Pilot Sites Kalundborg, Denmark Town of Kalundborg, Denmark • EV charging stations • Consumption profiles of residential homes Decision Support: Policy decisions to improve the energy efficiency and use of renewable energy for residents. Eibar, Spain Town of Eibar, Spain • Current Street Lighting Systems deployed in Eibar Decision Support : Deciding which actions and in which city areas should be taken to reduce the consumption without compromising the quality of the service. Barcelona, Spain City of Barcelona, Spain • The assessment of the street‐shops consumption profile Decision Support : Deciding which actions and in which street‐shops should be taken to reduce the consumption without compromising the comfort.
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 URB-Grade Targets • Heterogeneity of data and multiplicity of data sources • streetlight energy efficiency in different types of urban area • improving street shops consumption profile while maintaining comfort levels of citizens
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 End users • Public Facility Management – to make decisions on energy saving investments, e.g. street lighting, schools, hospitals, etc. • Private Facility Policy Support – to make decisions about policies and awareness campaigns, e.g. electric appliances trade-in- plan, home improvement or renewable energy micro-grid subsidies, etc., and who to target, e.g. entrepreneurs, residential, commercial or industrial areas, etc.
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Conceptual architecture and Implementation process •What vs. How • End-user requirements • Technical requirements •Definition of District profile •Definition of KPIs Technical approach based on standard open source tools and state- of the art technologies
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 First Results: the District Profile
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Conclusions •The brownfield areas face a challenge of providing the required technological capabilities for the integration with emerging energy systems. •The generality of the approach at the district definition level is ensured through introduction of the notion of district profile, which contains the district parameters, and the KPIs of interest •From the technological perspective the generality is provided through use of open ICT standards for implementation.
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Thank You!
    • FP7/2007-2013 GA n° 600058 Questions? anna.florea@tut.fi jose.lastra@tut.fi
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