Amsterdam smart city eng presentation 2 3-2011


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Presentation by Daan Velthaus on the 2nd March at the 2nd annual LLiSA conference.

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Amsterdam smart city eng presentation 2 3-2011

  2. 2. Amsterdam 1 1
  3. 3. Amsterdam Smart CityAmsterdam Smart City is a unique collaboration between the inhabitants ofAmsterdam, businesses and governments in order to illustrate how energy canbe saved, now and in the future Collective effort Tech push / demand pull Economic viability 2
  4. 4. IntroductionAmsterdam Smart City (ASC) overcomes the challenges for sustainability programs and thedevelopment of intelligent networks and creates value for all the project partners Agenda ASC Contacts External exploration Ger Baron Problem definition Context Leo Paulissen Challenge Joost Brinkman Solution Description Concept Focus Areas Approach Roles Governance & Stakeholders Successful Implementation Research Design Value for Sponsors and Partners 3
  5. 5. External ExplorationAmsterdam Smart City is recognized worldwide by cities, partners and media ASC launched in the national media on June 3rd Congresses 2009 AIM congress Smart Metering Scandinavia 2010 th and Smart Grid Europe WCIT 2010 a international press trip on November 26th Powergrid Europe Amsterdam Duurzaam Many international parties (energy, cities, etc.) are being welcomed by ASC Official host of Smart Grids Conference Europe 2010 MEDIA Business Week Der Spiegel Covenant of Mayors which includes more than 500 La Stampa Spits cities Telegraaf Het Parool De Pers Chosun Daily (25 mln circulation) ASC has received much media attention 4
  6. 6. Problem Definition - ContextClimate change needs to be halted and current electricity networks need to beupgraded these changes can best be initiated in cities EU inhabitants use twice as much energy than the Energy trends include: decentralized energy global average generation, energy storage, electric vehicles and Only 7% of 2006 EU energy consumption was (more fluctuating) renewable reverse energy flows renewable Fossil fuel reserves are limited Current EU electricity grids are not ready for Climate is changing fast due to increasing these changed energy dynamics and need to be greenhouse gas emissions (mainly CO2) upgraded Start in cities Over half of greenhouse gas emissions are created in and by cities: 80% of the population lives and works in cities, where up to 80% of energy is consumed * Mayors can address the development of alternative energy or pollution control, energy management or changes in behavior by public authorities and citizens in a coherent way * At the city level, the required coalition of private parties with ideas & technologies and public parties with trust of inhabitants can be brought together to build effective, scalable concepts Therefore, cities are the most suitable platform to start the movement towards a more sustainable future, enabled by a new generation of grids 5* Source: EU Covenant of Mayors
  7. 7. Problem Definition ChallengeThe key challenge is to bring parties together and mobilize them to start projects toaddress climate goals & the upgrade to smart grids Amsterdam Climate Goals Smart Grid opportunity Climate goals with challenging deadlines are set: The required upgrade of current grids presents the 40% CO2 reduction in 2025 from1990 baseline perfect opportunity to implement Smart Grids: 20% energy reduction in 2025 from1990 baseline Smart Grids / Smart Meters are seen as a key enabler to address climate issues, since they use Municipal organization CO2 neutral before 2015 two way communication to maximize energy efficiency Progress Although individuals and businesses everywhere are willing to change, too little action has been taken so far due to the limited capabilities and different interests of separate stakeholders. The required parties do not team up, and therefore too little projects are being initiated. There is a gap between intentions and actions * Key Challenge In order to create successful initiatives with substantial impact to implement Smart Grids and reach the sustainable energy and carbon reduction goals, the key challenge is to: Bring the parties together that are required to deliver a substantial impact Initiate action between these parties to deliver this required substantial impact 6* Source: Accenture End-Consumer Observatory on Climate Change
  8. 8. Solution Description ConceptASC aims to fulfill its clients goals with a collective effort that combines innovativeand economically viable technology with behavioral change Solution Concept Amsterdam Smart City is designed as an accelerator for climate/energy programs, bringing parties together and initiating projects that reduce CO2 and yield local best practices for full scale roll out Amsterdam Smart City is based on 3 key principles: Collective effort Tech push / demand pull Economic viability The momentum for CO2 Stimulation of behavioral Economically unviable reduction is stopped without change creates a demand pull initiatives will never be applied result if any of the required for more sustainable technology in a large scale parties in society does not Application of innovative Only economically viable cooperate technology results in a initiatives (for all stakeholders) Therefore a collective effort of technology push towards are interesting to apply on a activating and involving all sustainable behavior large scale and can therefore parties is required to realize have a large CO2 impact CO2 reduction 7
  9. 9. Solution Focus AreasASC reduces emissions by focusing on Sustainable Living, Working, Transport andMunicipality enabled by Smart Grid technology Project Initiation The city of Amsterdam and grid operator Alliander have designed and initiated a program to support the climate and social-economical goals CO2 emission Amsterdam Focus areas ASC Amsterdam Smart City Traffic and transport Innovative Partnerships Behavioral Change (ASC) focuses on four Companies areas that correspond with Households the largest sources of 6.348 Sustainable Sustainable Sustainable Sustainable CO2 emission in the city 4.940 25% Living Working Mobility Public The municipality is treated Space 4.142 separately because its 33% large potential and the 34% 40% - 40% ambitious climate goals 2.485 30% 33% All four focus areas are enabled by smart grids 35% 37% 34% and smart meters Smart Grid technology: enabler 1990 2006 2025 2025 est. goal CO2 emission in kton/yr 8
  10. 10. Solution Description ApproachASC follows a clearly structured pathway of continuously selecting, developing andscaling the concepts with the best (CO2) Value Cases June 2010 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Visioning Roadmapping Projects Full scale roll out Visioning & Strategy Concept Development Value Delivery Strategy = Execution Develop Vision & Pre-select initiatives Develop project / Evaluate and select Strategy on feasibility, costs comms plans and successful initiatives Define business and CO2 reduction business cases and partners case, principles and potential Secure funding from Communicate results technical Contact and organize partners Support (tenders for) architecture partners Execute projects and full scale Determine approach Develop program plan monitor business case implementation and and legal framework realization leverage with other (incl. governance offerings model) 9
  11. 11. Solution Description RolesTogether with partners ACS constantly initiates new projects. These partners ensurethe realization of the projects Partners Stake Concept Development Implementation Time Focus Group Project Initiation Plan Business Case Docume Partner Agreement nt What does ASC for the partners? What do the partners do for ASC? Connect parties Execution of subprojects by own Offer a platform for sustainable project management innovative initiatives Bear financial responsibility for Communication for ASC wide subprojects (conferences, website, brochures etc) Communication subproject Coordinate the communication of Deliver progress reports subprojects Ensure showcase Overall program management Signs Partner Agreement Connects TNO to subprojects Verifies Study design by TNO Making expertise (Alliander / AIM) Sharing of research results for accessible scientific assurance Prepare CO2 value case 10
  12. 12. Solution Description - Governance and Stakeholders The founders of Smart City Amsterdam, Liander and AIM, play an active role in the organization of the project Focus Group Part of ASC Alliander, AIM, DMB funding Work Group Sponsor Group AIM, Alliander, IFS, AIM representatives of the partners* * Partners with proven Project Group commitment to ACS ASC Research Communication Group TNO AIM, ASC, Alliander Sustainable Living Sustainable working Sustainable Mobility Sustainable Public Areas Subproject Subproject Subproject Subproject Subproject Subproject SubprojectSubproject Lead Subproject Lead Subproject Lead Subproject Lead Subproject Lead Subproject Lead Subproject Lead Stakeholders Next to the founders we have identified 3 types of stakeholders: External parties: Press, Residents of Amsterdam, other cities Partners and interested parties: like: Amsterdam Climate Office, Far West, Philips, Plugwise, Nuon etc. End Users: Entrepreneurs, Residents, Shippers 11
  13. 13. Solution Description Successful execution (Amsterdam)ASC meets the key challenge: together with an ever-growing alliance of partners, aconstant flow of pilot projects is started in all focus areas Partners Project overview Sustainable Sustainable Sustainable Sustainable Living Working Mobility Public Space In progress: equip In progress: equip In progress: equip all In progress: equip 500 Geuzenveld the Port of Municipal Offices the ITO Tower (large homes with smart Amsterdam with 73 and Buildings with office building) with meter and behavior shore power smart meters and diverse energy changing initiatives connections for diverse energy saving and behavior inland freighters and saving and behavior changing technology In progress: equip river cruisers changing 500 Ymere homes technologies with smart meters Planned Q4 2010: and energy feedback Save energy in trial with Ultra fast Smart Schools: Start displays to stimulate different monumental charging terminal for energy saving game behavioral change buildings (Mayors electric vehicles in with help of energy House, de balie & the city centre feedback Collective Financing. Groene Bocht Realization of 6 windmills in cooperation with 5.000 consumers Climate-street by implementing a holistic concept of sustainable logistics and energy saving / behavior changing initiatives with residents, entrepreneurs and in the public space Target: 15pilotsType of partner overview: Technologies applied in projects: in 2009-2010 Grid operators / Utilities Universities Smart meters Electric vehicles Financial institutions Energy displays / feedback Charging terminals Housing corporations Telecom / ICT New logistics/waste models Energy advice Port of Amsterdam Transport / Waste Smart (LED/saving) lighting Etc. Techno starters Etc. 12
  14. 14. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 13
  15. 15. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 14
  16. 16. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 15
  17. 17. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 16
  18. 18. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 17
  19. 19. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 18
  20. 20. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 19
  21. 21. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 20
  22. 22. Welkom!Agenda AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 21
  23. 23. Overview existing and future projects Sustainable Sustainable Sustainable Sustainable Living Working Mobility Public Space 1. Geuzenveld 2. West Orange 3. Ship to Grid 4. ITO Tower 5. Climate Street 6. E-saving Haarlem 7. Collective Financing (Onze Energie) 8. Mayors house, De Balie en the Green Turn 9. SmartSchools 10. NEMO Groen 11. Amsterdam Opent 12. Smart Grid 13. Smart Grid 14. Energy Management 15. Ultra Fast Charging 16. Energie Management 17. Decentral Generation 18. TBD 22
  24. 24. Vernieuwde siteTekst AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 23
  25. 25. Smarter Energy Usage & CO2 reductionGovernement, Businesses & Inhabitants Obtain Experience & Share Knowledge Metropolitan Area of Amsterdam Start small, scale fast 24