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Building Consumer Buy-In for Smart Homes in the Smart Grid
 

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Presentation by Sila Kiliccote, Program Manager, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. This presentation was part of a panel that was moderated by Christine Hertzog, Managing Director of Smart Grid ...

Presentation by Sila Kiliccote, Program Manager, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. This presentation was part of a panel that was moderated by Christine Hertzog, Managing Director of Smart Grid Library, at our 4th Annual Fujitsu Laboratories of America Technology Symposium held in Sunnyvale on June 9th, 2010. The theme of the event was:

Smart Grid: When Energy Meets the "Internet of Things"

And the panel was titled:

"Building Consumer Buy-In for Smart Homes in the Smart Grid"

Photos of the event can be found here, with links to more details about our event:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevinkrejci/sets/72157624268841056/

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  • Here’s a view of the Generation 2 system diagram for our Smart appliances which will be ready to pilot in May/June of this year. We can communicate through the meter using a Zigbee Smart energy Profile communication protocol to a mesh network of appliances. You will notice that the suite of appliances will include a smart thermostat. We also have the option of including a home plug interface depending on the meter configuration.
  • Here is a longer term vision for our Demand Response products. The heart of the system is the Home Energy Monitor which will provide a system for monitoring all home energy including electricity, water, and natural gas as well as a platform for home energy management. Future generations of the product will have built in algorithms to provide energy efficiency solutions between the appliances. Examples here would be a scenario where you could customize how your appliances respond to Dr signal. You might choose more comfort on some and more savings on others.
  • For those utilities that will not deploy AMI type meters, or have pre-existing AMR meters, or live in rural areas, we are working on an FM signal solution with a company called E-radio We have a development partnership with e-radio to build a communication protocol based on their technology.

Building Consumer Buy-In for Smart Homes in the Smart Grid Building Consumer Buy-In for Smart Homes in the Smart Grid Presentation Transcript

  • Building Consumer Buy-In for Smart Homes in the Smart Grid Sila Kiliccote Building Technologies Department Demand Response Research Center Environmental Energy Technologies Division Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Demand Response Research Center
  • Demand-Side Management - DR Time Scales
  • Utility Owned Consumer Owned Private Fixed Networks WAN/LAN Any interval meter or pole-top collector PSTN/DSL/Cable/Satellite WAN/LAN 2-way 2-way
    • Any gateway (protocol xfr)
    • Special box
    • Internet modem
    • Router
    • Media PC
    • Security panel
    • …… ..
    HAN Protocols ³ Zigbee Z-wave Insteon Wi-Fi EIA709 HomePlug Bluetooth 2-way T24 PCT RDS/FM or pager broadcast 1-way 2-way HAN access using expansion port
    • e.g., 802.11b, proven mesh LAN protocol, etc.
    • To be determined
    • Up to 45 active protocols worldwide
    Broadband TV, music AMI-HAN Interface 2-way 2-way 2-way
    • interval energy
    • time
    • billing start time
    • peak power
    • messages
    • acknowledgements
    • price signals
    • reliability signals
    RF-TX 1 PLC-TX ² and/or Third-Party Provider Third-Party Provider Third-Party Provider Third-Party Provider 2-way Slide #1 April 21, 2007 rev 4 Source: Ron Hofmann 2-way Pool Pump Appliances Display Devices
  • ZigBee-HomePlug Smart Energy Profile 2.0 information via IEEE 802.15.4 (RF) Optional Configuration: IEEE P1901 (PLC) to IEEE 802.15.4 (RF) Modified GE slide from Dave Najewicz Through-the Meter Communications (to Devices)
  • ZigBee-HomePlug Smart Energy Profile 2.0 Custom Commands for HEM Mesh network communication Optional Configuration: IEEE P1901 (PLC) to IEEE 802.15.4 (RF) Home Energy Manager (HEM) Modified GE slide from Dave Najewicz Through-the Meter Communications (to HEM) ZigBee-HomePlug Smart Energy Profile 2.0 information via IEEE 802.15.4 (RF)
  • E-Radio – tie ,one way communication low, med., high, critical SW – capable for 1,2,3,4 response on module May Interface done through Web interface E-radio to set up radio station Utility to use WEB interface and SW created by E-radio to control signal timing Modified GE slide from Dave Najewicz FM Broadcast Communications to Appliances
  • Radio Thermostat
  • U-SNAP Modules
    • Who is going to pay for the technology?
    • How much will it cost to the customer?
    • What about through out the evolution of the technology?
    • How easy will it be to install, operate and maintain?
    Customer Acceptance
  • Contact Information
      • Sila Kiliccote
      • Building Technologies Department
      • Demand Response Research Center
      • Email: [email_address]