EnergyEnergyEnergyEnergy
Smart Grids
From innovation to
deployment
Manuel Sánchez, Ph.D.
Team Leader Smart Grids
Directora...
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Regulation of
Monopolies
Inn...
3/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu
….Significant change of ener...
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Flexibility – What? Who? How...
5/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu
…..multi-piece puzzles for m...
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…..complex vision for other ...
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Central &
dispersed
sources
...
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Six High Level services
Enab...
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EU Policy Drivers for smart ...
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Smart Grids in the EU frame...
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Key Challenges - Smart Grid...
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European
Commission
Europea...
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SG Task Force - Plan of Wor...
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Investments in SG projects ...
15/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu
60%
459 smart grid projects...
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Investments in SG projects ...
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Smart metering: Inventory 2...
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Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu
EC Recommendation to prepare the r...
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Ten Common Minimum Function...
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Six Ways Smart Metering ...
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Basic Advanced Metering Inf...
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The roll-out of smart meter...
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Roll out of ELECTRICITY
sma...
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Roll-out of GAS smart
meter...
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Country/
Region
Forecast Sm...
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Final remarks
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Manuel Sánchez, Ph.D.
Team Leader Smart Grids
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14 march 2014 EC M.Sanchez - Funsean winter seminar

  1. 1. EnergyEnergyEnergyEnergy Smart Grids From innovation to deployment Manuel Sánchez, Ph.D. Team Leader Smart Grids Directorate General for Energy European Commission Fundación para la Sostenibilidad Energética y Ambiental - FUNSEAM Madrid, 14 March 2014
  2. 2. 2/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Regulation of Monopolies Innovation and Competitiveness Consumer empowerment Primary Energy Sources Reliability and Quality Capacity ETS Climate Change 20/20/20 InternalM arket Security ofSupply Sustanability Energy policy drivers….
  3. 3. 3/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu ….Significant change of energy systems….
  4. 4. 4/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Flexibility – What? Who? How? industry services households Flexibility vs. end-user EE
  5. 5. 5/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu …..multi-piece puzzles for many players….. Investment Needs? Industry Incentives? Consumer Involvement? Technology? ConsumersConsumers dondon’’t liket like complexitycomplexity
  6. 6. 6/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu …..complex vision for other players…..
  7. 7. 7/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Central & dispersed sources Smart materials and power electronics Central & dispersed intelligence Seamless integration of new applications End user “real time” Information & participation Multi-directional ‘flows’ 7 A Smart Grid is an energy network that can cost efficiently integrate the behaviour and actions of all users connected to it - generators, consumers and those that do both – in order to ensure efficient, sustainable power system with low losses and high levels of quality and security of supply and safety. EU definition of Smart Grids
  8. 8. 8/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Six High Level services Enabling the network to integrate users with new requirements Enhancing efficiency in day-to day grid operation Ensuring network security, system control and quality of supply Enabling better planning and future network investments Improving market functioning and customer service Enabling and encouraging stronger and more direct involvement of consumers in their energy usage and management
  9. 9. 9/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu EU Policy Drivers for smart Grids Transition towards the low-carbon economy Guaranteeing high security, quality and economic efficiency of supply in a market environment Consumer empowerment - informed and engaged, i.e. interested and equipped to play an active role in the market - provided with choice (of suppliers, sources) and the possibility to exercise the choice - integrated in energy system so that they can not only consume but also supply energy
  10. 10. 10/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Smart Grids in the EU framework Legal basis Electricity Directive 2009/72/EC Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EC Energy Infrastructure Regulation (EC) 347/2013 Electro-mobility Draft Directive AFI COM(2013)18 Policy Documents COM(2011)202 on Smart Grids COM(2012)663 Recommendation OJ L/73 13/03/2012 COM (2013)7243 on IEM and public intervention SWD(2013)442 on Demand Side Flexibility
  11. 11. 11/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Key Challenges - Smart Grids COM (2011)202
  12. 12. 12/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu European Commission European Commission Technology Supply Technology Supply ConsumersConsumersDSOsDSOsTSOsTSOs Regulators ICT&Energy Regulators ICT&Energy •Ad-hoc expert working groups•Ad-hoc expert working groups High Level Steering Committee 30+ associations representing all stakeholders 350+ experts form national regulatory agencies and industrial market actors 9 DGs European Smart Grids Task Force
  13. 13. 13/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu SG Task Force - Plan of Work for 2012-2014 http://ec.europa.eu/energy/gas_electricity/smartgrids/taskforce_en.htm
  14. 14. 14/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Investments in SG projects (2012, excl. metering) 281 SG projects Ca 1.4bn Demonstration Ca 0.5bn R&D
  15. 15. 15/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu 60% 459 smart grid projects 45% R&D and 55% Demo & Deployment 37% National and 63% Multinational Investments in SG projects (2013, excl. metering)
  16. 16. 16/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Investments in SG projects (2013, excl. metering)
  17. 17. 17/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Smart metering: Inventory 2011 http://ses.jrc.ec.europa.eu 90 smart metering pilots and roll-outs
  18. 18. 18 Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu EC Recommendation to prepare the roll-out http://ses.jrc.ec.europa.eu/ http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:32012H0148:EN:NOT
  19. 19. 19/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Ten Common Minimum Functionalities
  20. 20. 20/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu 20 Six Ways Smart Metering benefits consumers Energy Savings more accurate and frequent consumption data demonstrably help consumers reduce their consumption and save money Energy Efficiency more detailed consumption measurements help consumers identify opportunities for energy efficiency improvements Innovative Services smart meters are indispensable for smart home solutions/home automation, reducing energy costs Consumer Empowerment switching suppliers, modifying contractual terms, etc. becomes easier, faster and cheaper Sustainability use of local renewable sources and storage potential (micro- grids), electromobility become easier Distribution System Efficiency management of the distribution systems becomes cheaper and more effective, leading to lower distribution costs
  21. 21. 21/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Basic Advanced Metering Infrastructure 21 Metering Gateway Metering Management District Gateway Energy Management Gateway Energy Management Home Automation Meters
  22. 22. 22/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu The roll-out of smart metering systems calls for a collaborative approach of policy-makers, industry and regulators for consumers' benefit. Successful roll-out of smart meters opens doors to win-win situation: Security of supply through better local balancing Involvement of consumers in the market (micro-generation, etc.) Empowerment of consumers through demand response => savings Cost-efficiencies for DSOs and suppliers and new business opportunities for third parties Success depends on criteria decided largely by Member States: Smart Meters functionalities (to include those benefiting also consumers, not just DSOs as owners/installers of smart meters) Retail market competition to breed innovative solutions and lower costs Commission preparing a benchmarking report of the roll-out Successful roll-out of smart metering is key
  23. 23. 23/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Roll out of ELECTRICITY smart metering by 2020 21 CBAs, 16 MS: wide roll-out ~ 72% EU consumers 195 million meters € 35 billion Smart Meters CBAs
  24. 24. 24/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Roll-out of GAS smart metering by 2020 20 CBA, 7 MS: wide roll-out ~ 40 % EU consumers 45 million meters €10 billion Smart Meters CBAs
  25. 25. 25/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu
  26. 26. 26/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Country/ Region Forecast Smart Grids investments [billion of EURO] Smart Grids R&D&D projects funded by 2010 [billion of EURO] Millions of Smart Metering deployed and/or planned European Union 56 by 2020 5.5 45 by 2011 240 by 2020 USA 238-334 by 2030 4.9 8 by 2011 60 by 2020 China 284 by 2020 5.1 360 by 2030 South Korea 16.8 by 2030 0.58 0.5 by 2010 0.75 in 2011 24 by 2020 Australia n/a 0.25 2.4 by 2013 in Victoria India n/a n/a 130 by 2020 Brazil n/a 0.14 63 by 2020 Japan n/a 0.60 n/a
  27. 27. 27/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu Final remarks
  28. 28. 28/28Dr. Manuel Sánchez Jiménez © European Commission 2014 manuel.sanchez–jimenez@ec.europa.eu manuel.sanchez-jimenez@ec.europa.eu http://ec.europa.eu/energy/index_en.htm http://ec.europa.eu/energy/gas_electricity/smartgrids/taskforce_en.htm

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