Energy Storage Project Opportunities
in India:
PGCIL Request For Proposals & MNRE Expression of Interest
Presented at
IESA...
Outline
• Introduction to IESA
• India Energy Storage Opportunities
 Overview
 PGCIL – Frequency Regulation RFP
 MNRE –...
• IESA was launched in May 2012 at the Energy Storage Association annual meeting in US
• The IESA membership is diverse an...
IESA Activities
4
• IESA has compiled the most comprehensive assessment of market potential for energy storage
and micro-g...
IESA Activities
5
• India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) signed a partnership Memorandum of
Understanding (MoU) for Intern...
IESA Members
6
IESA has 3 membership options
 IESA Knowledge Partner Network
 IESA Associate Member
 IESA Executive Mem...
Highlights of Members Benefits
7
• Through monthly IESA-Information Bulletin, we provide Industry
and Technology news to a...
Energy Storage Opportunities in India
8
India – Wind and Solar Resource Availability
Solar Map
20 GW of wind installed by Dec 2013
Additional 30-50 GW anticipated...
Role of Energy Storage in Indian Grid
Indian Market Opportunities
• We anticipate the energy storage
market in India to grow to 15-20
GW by 2020 driven by
• Ene...
Energy Storage Projects in India
12Source: DOE Energy Storage Database
 DOE Global Energy
Storage Database lists
~20 grid...
Current Opportunities
• Frequency Response Pilot Project
• Renewable Integration Demonstration project
13
POWERGRID Overview
Tr. Lines
1,08,307 ckm
Sub-stations
186
X-formation Capacity
209,274 MVA
Inter-Regional
Capacity
40,050...
Selection Criteria - Puducherry
Small urban area
High per capita power consumption
Modern distribution network (OG &
UG)
S...
Profile of Puducherry Smart Grid Pilot Project Area
87,000
Consumers
AT&C Losses
22.6% (2011-
12)
Peak Load 70
MW
More tha...
Snapshot of Puducherry Smart Grid Pilot
Developed jointly by POWERGRID and Puducherry Electricity
Department
About 60 coll...
PGCIL – Energy Storage Pilot Project Overview
18
• Project Location : PUDUCHERRY, INDIA
• Overview: 3 Pilot projects
• Sup...
Evolution of India Grid Frequency Control
Primary Application: Frequency Regulation
20
Most recent 2 hour
frequency
Most recent
2 hour
frequency
Additional Application
• PGCIL has proposed that apart from the frequency regulation, the
same units will also be tested f...
Bid Timeline
22
Date of notice for invitation of bids 4 July, 2014
Pre-Bid Conference held on 25 July, 2014
Bidding docume...
Qualifying Criteria Overview
23
 Bid is open to all firms, Government owned enterprises from all countries in the
world, ...
24
MNRE – ESS Project Overview
25
• Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) proposes to support
demonstration projects fo...
MNRE: Key Applications
1. Integrating large-scale wind and solar generation into the transmission grids.
2. Rural Micro Gr...
Technologies under consideration
• Any storage technology may be used.
–Electrochemical batteries
–Fuel cells
–Mechanical ...
Proposed Project Timeline
28
Draft Application 24 July 2014
Stakeholder consultation Before 10 August 2014
Final Request f...
Qualifying Criteria Overview
29
• MNRE invites Expression of Interest (EoI) from national entities.
• Detailed Qualificati...
Other Opportunities
• 600,000 telecom towers – 70% + utilize DG for backup / primary source have
been mandated by regulato...
India
Energy
Storage
Market
Potential
Map
31
For additional details :
www.indiaesa.info
Invitation to Energy Storage India -2014
32
Conclusion
• India presents a huge market for advanced energy storage solutions
• Current annual market for Lead Acid batt...
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A 501, GO Square
Aundh - Hinjewadi Link Rd, Wakad
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  1. 1. Energy Storage Project Opportunities in India: PGCIL Request For Proposals & MNRE Expression of Interest Presented at IESA SPECIAL WEBINAR WWW.INDIAESA.INFO JULY 30, 2014 By Dr. Rahul Walawalkar VP, Emerging Tech & Markets, Director Executive Director Vice Chair
  2. 2. Outline • Introduction to IESA • India Energy Storage Opportunities  Overview  PGCIL – Frequency Regulation RFP  MNRE – Renewable Integration EOI  Other upcoming opportunities  Q&A 2 All figures and information used in this presentation are copyright materials of Customized Energy solutions and IESA. It can’t be replicated without permission.
  3. 3. • IESA was launched in May 2012 at the Energy Storage Association annual meeting in US • The IESA membership is diverse and includes manufacturers, academic / research institutions, technology and materials developers, start-ups, engineering firms, systems integrators, as well as large end-users. • IESA over past 2 years has developed key strategic partnership with global organizations. • IESA also provides insights to technology developers and system integrators on the policy landscape and business opportunities in India through frequent interaction with key stakeholders. India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) 3
  4. 4. IESA Activities 4 • IESA has compiled the most comprehensive assessment of market potential for energy storage and micro-grid technologies in India for 2014-2020 and released ‘Energy Storage India: Market Overview Report - 2014’. • IESA research team has also released additional reports including: • Organized 2 technical tours (in 2012 and 2013) for building partnerships for storage technologies in India. • In Dec 2013, IESA organized India’s 1st international conference on energy storage and microgrids, which was attended by over 300 delegates from 12 countries. This year, we are anticipating over 500 delegates from 15+ countries.
  5. 5. IESA Activities 5 • India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) signed a partnership Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for International Energy Storage Database (IESDB). • To spread the knowledge among all stake holders and to create a market for energy storage, IESA started quarterly magazine name Emerging Technology News (ETN). • IESA represented Indian market and IESA members at more than 20 National and international events during 2013-14. • IESA was invited to join standing committee on energy storage and hybrids solutions formed by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Govt. of India in May 2014. • Dr. Walawalkar is Chairperson of Working group on Renewable Integration, Microgrids and Energy Storage for Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission & is working on developing roadmap for storage and microgrid deployment in Maharashtra as part of Smart Grid Roadmap. • Member, National taskforce on Renewable Integration for CEA and Ministry of Power • Associate member of India Smart Grid Forum
  6. 6. IESA Members 6 IESA has 3 membership options  IESA Knowledge Partner Network  IESA Associate Member  IESA Executive Member
  7. 7. Highlights of Members Benefits 7 • Through monthly IESA-Information Bulletin, we provide Industry and Technology news to all our members. • IESA team regularly uploaded research papers, presentations, industry reports, case study and white papers for its members through secure login access on IESA website (http://indiaesa.info). • One to One call with all its members to help and support India operation with strategy and business opportunity. • Exclusive feature for IESA members, as opportunity (RFP/Tender) for battery/ energy storage related to emerging market India. • IESA organises exclusive Webinars for its members to strengthen the knowledge of Indian Market and energy storage technology and application. • Special discounts on IESA annual conference, IESA research reports and partner events. Special offer for new members: 10 % discount available till 15th August 2014
  8. 8. Energy Storage Opportunities in India 8
  9. 9. India – Wind and Solar Resource Availability Solar Map 20 GW of wind installed by Dec 2013 Additional 30-50 GW anticipated by 2020 Goal of 20 GW+ solar by 2022
  10. 10. Role of Energy Storage in Indian Grid
  11. 11. Indian Market Opportunities • We anticipate the energy storage market in India to grow to 15-20 GW by 2020 driven by • Energy Access • Renewable integration • Ancillary Services • C&I customer demand • Telecom sector • Agricultural applications
  12. 12. Energy Storage Projects in India 12Source: DOE Energy Storage Database  DOE Global Energy Storage Database lists ~20 grid scale energy storage projects  Apart from this in 2013, Indian telecom companies purchased Li-Ion batteries worth ~ $300 M for telecom tower backup to minimize diesel usage
  13. 13. Current Opportunities • Frequency Response Pilot Project • Renewable Integration Demonstration project 13
  14. 14. POWERGRID Overview Tr. Lines 1,08,307 ckm Sub-stations 186 X-formation Capacity 209,274 MVA Inter-Regional Capacity 40,050 MW Telecom Network 29,641 km Carries about 50% of total power generated in India Availability > 99% Innovation Technology (1200kV) Market Design
  15. 15. Selection Criteria - Puducherry Small urban area High per capita power consumption Modern distribution network (OG & UG) Scope for integration of Renewable Energy Low population density High literacy rate and public awareness Scope for reduction of losses Map Source: Puducherry Government Website
  16. 16. Profile of Puducherry Smart Grid Pilot Project Area 87,000 Consumers AT&C Losses 22.6% (2011- 12) Peak Load 70 MW More than 300 DT Energy Consumption 367 MU Covered under R- APDRP Area 23.17 sqkm
  17. 17. Snapshot of Puducherry Smart Grid Pilot Developed jointly by POWERGRID and Puducherry Electricity Department About 60 collaborators participating in the project The main objectives of the project include:  Indigenization of Technology  Proof of Concept in Indian conditions  Knowledge Sharing & Capacity Building  Development of a scalable & replicable model  Demonstration of benefits to stakeholders  Groundwork preparation for Policy Advocacy, Regulations, Standards, etc  Evolution of a commercial mechanism
  18. 18. PGCIL – Energy Storage Pilot Project Overview 18 • Project Location : PUDUCHERRY, INDIA • Overview: 3 Pilot projects • Supply, Installation, Testing and Commissioning of Battery Energy Storage System using :  Advanced Lead Acid  Lithium Ion  NaNiCl2 / Alkaline / Flow battery • Energy Storage Size: 250 kWh, 500 kW • Primary Application: Frequency Regulation • Motivation: • It is expected that another 33 GW capacity of renewable energy shall be added by 2017. • This project is being carried out to find suitability of battery technologies for grid scale storage system in India for grid ancillary services to facilitate renewable integration Power Grid Corporation of India(PGCIL) is a member of India Energy Storage Alliance(IESA)
  19. 19. Evolution of India Grid Frequency Control
  20. 20. Primary Application: Frequency Regulation 20 Most recent 2 hour frequency Most recent 2 hour frequency
  21. 21. Additional Application • PGCIL has proposed that apart from the frequency regulation, the same units will also be tested for Peak Shifting application – Duration 2 hours – Power rating will be reduced considering the energy availability for the storage installation – This is a supplemental application to gather additional data for potential future deployment 21
  22. 22. Bid Timeline 22 Date of notice for invitation of bids 4 July, 2014 Pre-Bid Conference held on 25 July, 2014 Bidding documents available for inspection and sale up to 19 August, 2014 First Stage Bid submission up to 26 August, 2014, 11:00 am Opening Date & Time of First Stage Bid 26 August, 2014, 11:30 am Second Stage Bids time, date and address given in the invitation to submit Second Stage Bids. Important Dates • Two Stage Bidding Procedure will be adopted. • First Stage bids are technical bids and shall contain no prices or price schedules or other reference to rates and prices for completing the facilities. • The deadline for submission of Second Stage bids will be specified in the invitation to submit Second Stage bids.
  23. 23. Qualifying Criteria Overview 23  Bid is open to all firms, Government owned enterprises from all countries in the world, barring those against whom sanction for conducting business is imposed by Government of India and by PGCIL.  Bidder should have installed & commissioned comparable battery energy storage system including battery management system.  Minimum size of the battery energy storage system 100 kWh  Such installations should be in operation for at least six months as on 26th August 2014.  Net Worth for last 3 financial years should be positive along with additional financial criteria.  Detailed technical specification documents are made available for each technology  PGCIL is looking for feedback / comments and will issue clarifications during week of 4th August.
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  25. 25. MNRE – ESS Project Overview 25 • Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) proposes to support demonstration projects for energy storage to assess feasibility of energy storage technologies for small scale and grid connected MW scale renewable energy applications. • MNRE is inviting Expression of Interest (EoI) from national entities interested in developing and deploying renewable energy integrated energy storage solutions for demonstration purposes. IESA is a member of standing committee on energy storage and hybrids solutions formed by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Govt. of India
  26. 26. MNRE: Key Applications 1. Integrating large-scale wind and solar generation into the transmission grids. 2. Rural Micro Grids 3. Micro grids in commercial, industrial, residential, defense or other applications 4. Large scale standalone systems 26
  27. 27. Technologies under consideration • Any storage technology may be used. –Electrochemical batteries –Fuel cells –Mechanical / gravity based systems • Preference would be given to those technologies and vendors which have a demonstrable track record, and are expected to experience significant cost-performance improvements with scale. • Thermal storage for solar thermal MW scale projects is not supported under this programme. 27
  28. 28. Proposed Project Timeline 28 Draft Application 24 July 2014 Stakeholder consultation Before 10 August 2014 Final Request for Proposal (RfP)for Energy Storage Applications 29 August 2014 Receipt of proposals 22 September 2014 Final evaluation 31 October 2014 Discussions with Top Ranked Applicants on details of the proposals 10 November 2014 Due-diligence/ investigation to reconfirm key aspects of the proposal 20 November 2014 Firming up pre-sanction conditions, payment schedule, implementation plans and final announcement of the awardees 28 November 2014 Detailed agreement for receipt of grants 15 December 2014 Publishing of results March 2016
  29. 29. Qualifying Criteria Overview 29 • MNRE invites Expression of Interest (EoI) from national entities. • Detailed Qualification Criteria will be available after August 10th, 2014.
  30. 30. Other Opportunities • 600,000 telecom towers – 70% + utilize DG for backup / primary source have been mandated by regulators to reduce diesel • Over 100,000 Bank ATMs that need backup solutions • India Plans to Install 26 Million Solar-powered Water Pumps (over 9 Million diesel powered water pumps in operation) • Over 300 million people currently do not have access to grid electricity and India’s National Mission for energy access aims to provide at least 8 hours of access by 2017 • India’s National Electric Mobility Mission aims to get 6 million EV / HEVs (including 2 wheelers) on road by 2020 • Indian railways is 5th largest rail network with over 65,000 km of rail network and is driving integration of energy storage for public transportation systems 30
  31. 31. India Energy Storage Market Potential Map 31 For additional details : www.indiaesa.info
  32. 32. Invitation to Energy Storage India -2014 32
  33. 33. Conclusion • India presents a huge market for advanced energy storage solutions • Current annual market for Lead Acid batteries is ~$3.5 Billion which does not address some of the new market opportunities • India also presents excellent opportunity for collaborations for R&D, manufacturing and exports • Indian policy makers are keen on encouraging energy storage technologies given the challenges faced • IESA is your gateway to Indian Market for understanding opportunities, regulations, finding partners and staying informed on opportunities. 33
  34. 34. Customized Energy Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. A 501, GO Square Aundh - Hinjewadi Link Rd, Wakad Pune, Maharashtra 411057 India Phone: 91-20-32407682 info@ces-ltd.com www.ces-ltd.in Contact US 34 Customized Energy Solutions Ltd. 1528 Walnut Street, 22nd Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102 USA Phone: +1-215-875-9440 Fax: +1-215-875-9490 info@ces-ltd.com www.ces-ltd.com Dr. Rahul Walawalkar Executive Director, IESA & VP, Emerging Tech & Markets, CES rahul@ces-ltd.com Mr. Debi Dash Manager, Communications, IESA contact@indiaesa.info

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