Europe 2014-2020: smart grid (réseaux intelligents)

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présentations de la Délégation générale Société de l’Information à la délégation d’Aquitains conduite par AEC, 30 janvier 2012:
les réseaux intelligents (smart grid)

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Europe 2014-2020: smart grid (réseaux intelligents)

  1. 1. Smart Grid Communications for EuropeRencontre de représentants de la région Aquitaine Colette Maloney, PhD Head of ICT for Sustainable Growth Unit 30 January 2012 Directorate-General Information Society and Media European Commission 1
  2. 2. Outline Policy Setting Support for Research: The 7th FrameworkProgramme 2
  3. 3. Europe 2020 – The EU economic and reform package “Europe 2020 is about what we need to do today and tomorrow to get the economy back on track. We need to build a new economy based on knowledge, low-carbon and high employment levels” Reafirms the energy and climate targets: 20% of renewable energy in the overall EU’s energy mix 20% efficiency gains compared to previsions 20% reduction of the GHG emissions http://ec.europa.eu/europe2020/index_en.htm 3
  4. 4. Research and Policy Information Society and MediaEnergy Research Source : SAP (2009) 4
  5. 5. EC Funding Opportunities for RTDThe European Commission funds a whole series of projects dealingwith different angles of smart grid technologies under the 7th researchand technological development framework programme (FP7). WORK PROGRAMME 2011 – 12 COOPERATION - THEME 3 ICT – INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/ict/docs/ict-wp-2011-12_en.pdf WORK PROGRAMME 2011 COOPERATION - THEME 5 ENERGY ftp://ftp.cordis.europa.eu/pub/fp7/docs/wp/cooperation/energy/e-wp-2011 5
  6. 6. Key Research Objectives for Smart Energy Grids (1) Research Challenges: • Strengthening the distribution grid by providing control systems, management and decision support tools that enable the integration of renewable sources • Advancing security and reliability, as well as protection of equipment, fault detection and alert, and self-healing through development of the necessary high power electronics • Data management infrastructures to allow electricity production and consumption to be measured, reported and controlled (and eventually credited or billed) • Home energy controlling hubs that will collect real-time or near real-time data on energy consumption data from smart household appliances and enable intelligent automation • Building consensus on industry-driven open standards to ensure the interoperability of smart grids control and management systems 6
  7. 7. Key Research Objectives for Smart Energy Grids (2)Expected Impact: • Connection and operation of distributed and intermittent generators of diverse technologies enabled by ICT • Demand side and demand response management enabled by innovative decision support systems • Producers and consumers allowed to play a novel role in the management of their energy consumption • Quantifiable and significant reductions of energy consumption in the electricity distribution grid, leading to reduction of the overall environmental impact of electricity grids • Enhanced levels of reliability and security of electricity supply • Reinforced collaboration between the European electricity suppliers and distributors, energy equipment manufacturers of all sizes, and the ICT sector.Call closed on January 17th 2012 – Work-Programme 2013 will include new opportunitiesto further advance these challenges. 7
  8. 8. Smart Energy Services (CEF proposal, 2014-2020) Projects of common interest for digital services infrastructure:  Core Services • efficiency of the smart grid • smooth operation of the energy grid - system efficiency, security, resiliency, reliability  Generic Services • improving the grid operations and energy savings of the users • management of the energy demand • optimization of the usage of renewable resources • offer energy storage through the potential of renewable sources  Applications • reducing costs and optimized usage of the energy grid • access to the information regarding the energy consumption • monitoring energy usage data, control of home appliances, increase the home and building energy efficiency 8
  9. 9. Thank you for your attention. 9

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