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Cleantech and communication technology lead to a
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What if we can create an operating system for the
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The Potential
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q Changing Energy Environment
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Building up an Internet of Things
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Enabling Energy Management Applications
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The “Virtualization” of the Energy System – GreenCom’s
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The Principle
Local OptimizationMarket
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Integrating End Customers – Landing Page Example
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And Their Distributed Generation – Photovoltaic Control
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And Their Distributed Generation – Micro CHP Control
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Enriching with External Data Feeds – Photovoltaic
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Example City Power Johannesburg – Distributed energy
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Example City Power Johannesburg – Distributed energy
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Example British Gas – Distributed energy management to
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Example digitalSTROM – Local energy optimization
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  1. 1. 1 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved 26th September, 2013 Technology enabling new business models for a distributed future energy world KSRI Summer School
  2. 2. 2 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved GreenCom Networks – What we Do •  White-label SaaS platform provisioning •  Enabling managment of demand, supply and storage capacity within Virtual Power Plants for utilities and ESCOs •  „Activating“ utilities‘ and ESCO‘s customers through „Customer Engagement“ applications •  Enabling business models of the future for our utility and ESCO customers What we Do:
  3. 3. 3 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Where we Are: München (HQ)Sophia Antipolis (DC) •  Smart City Engagements North America •  Mgmt. Distributed Generation •  Virtual Powerplants •  Micro Grids •  Smart Homes Europe •  Eco Village Asia •  Residential Villa Middle East •  Load Control •  Customer Engagement Africa
  4. 4. 4 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved q Changing Energy Environment q Technology-Enabled Solutions q Examples of Implementations Agenda
  5. 5. 5 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Cleantech and communication technology lead to a paradigm shift in the utility industry Energy Supply §  Central convential power generation §  Central system management §  Consumers or End Points Old World New World Energy Management §  Central and distributed power generation based on conventional and renewable sources §  Central and distributed system management §  Customers and Prosumers
  6. 6. 6 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Connecting distributed devices – 20x more grid nodes than today‘s Internet Distribution (4.5m nodes) Transmission (60k nodes) 90-100% telecontrolled 0-10% telecontrolled The Real Internet of Things! Home/Office Devices (40bn nodes) Photovoltaic Heat Pump Micro CHP Electric Vehicle Storage Appliances Missing Link Power Generation (100k nodes) Network Control Center
  7. 7. 7 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved What if we can create an operating system for the distributed energy world? ENERGY INFORMATION BROKERAGE PLATFORM Distribution (4.5m nodes) Power Generation (100k nodes) Transmission (60k nodes) Home/Office Devices (40bn nodes) Photovoltaic Heat Pump Micro CHP Electric Vehicle Storage Appliances Network Control Center
  8. 8. 8 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved The Potential Residential Customers Heat Pump 1-10 kW Electrical Water Heater 9-30 kW Electrical Floor Heating 1-5 kW Air conditioning 1-3 kW Pool Pump 9-30 kW Photovoltaic 1-10 kW Micro CHP 1-10 kW Stationary Storage 5-25 kWh Electric Vehicle 20-80 kWh Commercial Customers Heat Pump 5-2,000 kW Air-cooler 5-2,000 kW Production Processes 5-15 kW Air conditioning 5-20 kW Circulation Pumps 9-30 kW Photovoltaic 1-10 kW Mini CHP 10-100 kW Stationary Storage 30-100 kWh Electric Vehicle 20-80 kWh
  9. 9. 9 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Germany – Significant distributed capacity available, with high growth-rate Status Quo 2011/2012 Forecast 2020 Solar PV 1.2m installed base (30 GWp capacity) 2.5m installed base (65 GWp capacity) Heat Pumps 450k installed base (4,5 GW capacity) 1.1m installed base (11 GW capacity) Micro CHP 32k installed base (160 MW Leistung) 40k installed base (200 MW capacity) Electric Vehicles Minimal penetration 1 Mio. zugelassene Fahrzeuge (15-25 GW capacity) Consuming Devices / Climatisation Millions (25-30 GW capacity) Millions (25-30 GW capacity) Source: Bundesverband Solarwirtschaft e.V; Bundesverband Wärmepumpe e.V.; Bundesverbrand Kraft-Wärme-Kopplung e.V.; Bundesumweltministerium; Prof. Stadler
  10. 10. 10 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Duration (h) 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 -12 -8 -4 -0 4 8 12 16 20 PositiveBalancingCapacity(GW) 71 61 51 41 31 21 11 1 Temperature (°C) Source: Prof. Stadler, 2005 Balancing capacity potential Germany through Demand Response Max. peak load About 80GW Balancing capacity potential about 25-30 GW for 1 hour 30% balancing capacity through Demand Response ~€1.2Bn theoretical value of balancing capacity Distributed energy products – Offering balancing capacity through load control
  11. 11. 11 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved •  Expected renewables build out will lead to severe problems for base load power stations •  Between 2015 and 2020, available renewables capacity will exceed demand for certain hours of the year •  Baseload power stations (nuclear and lignite) would have to be stopped theoretically for certain hours •  Baseload stations technically cannot be stopped, which leads to significant negative wholesale prices and significant losses of about €1Bn/a for baseload generators •  Demand Response is able to resolve this by peak shifting Implications for Baseload GeneratorsLoad Duration Curve Germany2009 vs. 2020 2000 4000 6000 80000 -10 0 10 30 50 70 90 Hours Load (GW) 2009 Source: Study with large European Utility Distributed energy products – Improved utilization of baseload plants through distributed energy management 2009 less Wind and PV Feed-ins 2020 2020 less Wind and PV Feed-ins 2020 less Wind and PV Feed-ins, incl. Load Management
  12. 12. 12 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved 80706050403020100 GW 3,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 2,000 1,000 0 Distributed energy products – Load management to delay extension of power generation capacity Options to close expected power capacity gap in Germany Generation Full Cost €/kW1 German Capacity Gap until 2020 Offshore Wind Power Includes CCGT Reserve Bio- Mass New Build CCGTHard Coal Lifetime ExtensionNew Build Hard Coal Industrial CHP Nuclear Lifetime Extension Grid Auto- mation Load Shifting 1 Full cost NPV over period 2009–2020. CO2 cost assumed at 25 €/t, no subsidies considered; operating hours based on expected merit order curve Source: Large European Utility
  13. 13. 13 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Distributed energy products – Active customer management for top- and bottom-line optimization •  Improved service quality •  Reduced customer care cost •  Lowered churn-rates •  Increased revenue per customer through energy management services •  Improved gross margins •  Analyses of customer behaviour •  Customer segment analyses for portfolio optimization •  Tailored products at competitive tariffs •  Reduced peak load consumption •  Smoothed overal load within portfolio Procurement Optimization Customer Profiling Customer Satisfaction Value-Added- Services Total benefits: contractual distribution with end customer, see next slide
  14. 14. 14 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Distributed energy products – Benefits will be distributed between ESCO and end customer •  Consumption shift for tariff optimization •  Ø residential customer: €20-60/a •  Ø commercial customer: €400-1.000/a •  Heat pumps/ Electr. Water heating: €15/ kWel/a •  PV: €30/kWp/a •  Micro/Mini CHP: €50/kWel/a •  Storage/EV: 1,5 ¢/ kWh •  Ø residential customer: €30-40/a •  Ø commercial customer: €400-500/ a •  Enhanced service quality •  Improved customer satisfaction Service Increased Energy Efficiency Reduced Electricity Bill Optimized Utilization of Distributed Generation Source: GreenCom simulation with large European utilities
  15. 15. 15 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved q Changing Energy Environment q Technology-Enabled Solutions q Examples of Implementations Agenda
  16. 16. 16 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Building up an Internet of Things Home Access Router Smart Meter Smart Plugs Monitored & Managed Appliances Other Sensors & Actuators Smart Appliances DG Coms Module Distributed Generation, Storage, Electric Vehicles Sensor Network Meter Data System (MDS) Internet Energy Service Gateway Utility End Customer
  17. 17. 17 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Enabling Energy Management Applications Filed for Patent "  Architecture filed for EU-wide patent Scalable "  Layered architecture approach "  Cloud based SaaS approach "  Key team with 30 man years of experience in developing large-scale service delivery platforms Replicable "  Solution focus on replicable customer segments (Residential and SMB) "  Sensor abstraction layers for easy additions of new devices "  Multi-tenant Dynamic "  Dynamic optimization approach for load & capacity management Energy Information Brokerage Platform
  18. 18. 18 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved The “Virtualization” of the Energy System – GreenCom’s VPP Manager Transparency •  Enhanced aggregated load forecast •  Improved aggregated forecast of distributed generation •  Aggregated view on flexibility schedule to shift/shed load and capacity based on •  Asset prioritisation scheme •  Contract terms •  History of utilization Control Dash Board •  Schedule-based load and capacity shifting •  Tertiary Control functionality •  External data feeds for market conditions Key Features Objectives •  Inform utility retailers about flexibility schedule for load and distributed capacity •  Provide utility retailers with tools to shift and shed load and capacity
  19. 19. 19 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved The Principle Local OptimizationMarket Prices Weather Forecasts Trading Policies/ Regulation Aggregated Flexibility Schedule •  Flexibility •  Reliability •  Cost Energy Information Brokerage Platform •  Data exchange between homes/ buildings and market •  Load and capacity forecast engine •  Central Energy Control Price calculation •  Connection engine to homes/ buildings Retail Grid Photo- voltaic Heating/ Cooling Micro CHP Pumps Electric Vehicle Storage Appliances Local Flexibility Schedule Utilities
  20. 20. 20 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Integrating End Customers – Landing Page Example Residential Smart Meter Portal
  21. 21. 21 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Integrating End Customers – Example Consumption Visualization Residential Smart Meter Portal
  22. 22. 22 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved And Their Distributed Generation – Photovoltaic Control Example
  23. 23. 23 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved And Their Distributed Generation – Micro CHP Control Example
  24. 24. 24 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Enriching with External Data Feeds – Photovoltaic Control Example
  25. 25. 25 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved And Utilizing Mobile Storages – Electric Vehicle Control Example
  26. 26. 26 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved q Changing Energy Environment q Technology-Enabled Solutions q Examples of Implementations Agenda
  27. 27. 27 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Example City Power Johannesburg – Distributed energy management to stabilize the electrical system South Africa's national grid came within a hair's breadth of overloading last week, suggesting the region's top economy is going to battle to keep the lights on with the approach of the southern hemisphere winter. State-run power utility Eskom said on Monday that demand last Thursday peaked at 32,081 MW and was met by a supply of only 32,103 MW - a gap of just 0.06 percent. This means that an unexpected problem at a power station or a surge in demand on that day would have tripped the national grid. JOHANNESBURG (Reuters, May 6th, 2013) •  Intensifying public education and awareness programs to mobilize support from households, communities and other stakeholders, especially business; •  Improving and better coordinating the communication about load shedding coming from the City, City Power and Eskom; •  Accelerating demand-side management initiatives that will have an immediate and substantial effect; •  Increasing the supply capacity of local independent power producers and other co-generators, especially heavy industry; and •  Developing appropriate policies and legislation that will encourage users to incorporate demand-side management in their operations and businesses; this will be supported by comprehensive education and awareness campaigns as well as incentives for compliance. City of Joburg’s “Electricity Plan”
  28. 28. 28 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Example City Power Johannesburg – Distributed energy management to stabilize the electrical system Smart Meter Meter Data System (MDS) Home Access Router Internet Energy Service Gateway El. Water Heating Pool Pump 250.000 Residential Customers 20.000 Commercial Customers SCADA System City Power VPP Manager
  29. 29. 29 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Example British Gas – Distributed energy management to optimize procurement Home Access Router Internet Energy Service Gateway White Goods Up to 2 Mio. Residential Customers until 2020 SCADA System Northern Power Grid VPP Manager Heat Pump
  30. 30. 30 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Example digitalSTROM – Local energy optimization Home Access Router Internet digitalSTROM Server
  31. 31. 31 © GreenCom Networks GmbH all rights reserved Questions GreenCom Networks GmbH Dr. Christian Feißt Chief Executive Officer Ganghoferstrasse 68 80339 Munich Germany christian.feisst@greencom-networks.com
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