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  • Smart metering in Europe Challenges and key learnings based on actual Meter Rollouts Dr. Wolfgang Domann Senior Vice President Energy&Utilities CEE 14-11-2012Your business technologists. Powering progress Smart energy.| Powering progress Smart metering © Confidential © Confidential 1 22-Feb-2012 | Jacques Martin | India Smart Grid Forum
  • 16/11/2012Introducing AtosAtos is an international information technology servicescompany, delivering hi-tech transactional services,consulting, systems integration and managed services.Atos is focused on business technology that powers progressand helps organizations to create their firm of the future. It isthe Worldwide Information Technology Partner for theOlympic Games and is quoted on the Paris Eurolist Market.Atos operates under the brands Atos, Atos Consulting &Technology Services, Atos Worldline and Atos Worldgrid.▶Annual revenues of € 8,5 billion (proforma 2011)▶Almost 74,000 business technologists worldwidein more 48 countries▶Worldwide headquarters in Bezons / Paris, France 2
  • 16/11/2012Powering progress At Atos we strive to create the firm of the future. We believe that bringing together people, technology and business is the way forward. Every day we power sustainable progress for our clients and partners, the wider community and ourselves. It is our unique approach as business technologists that makes this possible. Thierry Breton, Chairman and CEO, Atos 3
  • 16/11/2012Atos theglobal powerhouseNumber of employees by country 4
  • 16/11/2012The New Atoswe’re not just technologists – we’re business technologists 5
  • 16/11/2012Atos in Energy▶ Strategic IT partner to major Energy companies with more than 3% of worldwide market share▶ Over 3,000 dedicated industry experts with 30 years full process, consulting and IT service to the Energy sector▶ Global reach across established as well as emerging markets▶ Covering all the value chain from exploration and production to refinery and marketing▶ Deep core specialized expertise in Atos Worldgrid: – Leadership in combined industrial and business real- time computing, from “the rig to the CEO dashboard” – Stand out capability in smart energy solutions – Active in multiple innovative R&D programs▶ Industry-specific solutions, including: – Oilfield monitoring and optimization – Pipeline management – Gas dispatching – Refinery logistics 6
  • 16/11/2012Atos in Utilities▶ Strategic IT partner to major Utilities companies with more than 3% of worldwide market share▶ Over 3,000 dedicated industry experts with 30 years full process, consulting and IT service to the Utility sector▶ Global reach across established and emerging markets▶ Covering all the value chain from production, transport, distribution to retail▶ Deep core specialized expertise in Atos Worldgrid: – Leadership in combined industrial and business real- time computing, from “the meter to the CEO dashboard” – Stand out capability in smart energy solutions – Active in multiple innovative R&D programs▶ Industry-specific solutions, including: – Instrumentation and control for nuclear – Capacity planning and scheduling – Smart grid and smart metering – Power trading 7
  • 16/11/2012Smart Metering and Smart Gridreferences Alliander (Netherlands) hardware Alliander (Netherlands) hardware Security POC for end to end Security POC for end to end Umetriq (Germany) – Meter to Umetriq (Germany) – Meter to AMM – from 2011 AMM – from 2011 Cash 800.000 metering points Cash 800.000 metering points for electricity, gas, water, heat for electricity, gas, water, heat Greenlys (France) Smart Grid from 2010 from 2010 Greenlys (France) Smart Grid R&D project (ASGS) – from 2012 R&D project (ASGS) – from 2012 EnBW ODR (Germany)– from EnBW ODR (Germany)– from 2011 – Meter to Cash 250.000 2011 – Meter to Cash 250.000 Linky : ERDF (France) Smart Grid Linky : ERDF (France) Smart Grid metering points metering points functions – from 2010 functions – from 2010 Linky : ERDF (France) AMM for 35 Linky : ERDF (France) AMM for 35 Million residential meters – from 2008 Million residential meters – from 2008 2010-2011 300 0000 meters Pilot 2010-2011 300 0000 meters Pilot 2012 : beginning of massive roll out 2012 : beginning of massive roll out Montenegro roll out solution Montenegro roll out solution SAR : ERDF (France) AMM for SAR : ERDF (France) AMM for (MRA) – from 2011 500 000 C&I meters – from (MRA) – from 2011 500 000 C&I meters – from 2000 (currently in maintenance) 2000 (currently in maintenance) VICTOR : GRTGaz (France) Metering VICTOR : GRTGaz (France) Metering Data Reference Platform from 2005 Data Reference Platform from 2005 (currently in maintenance) (currently in maintenance) LUC : Storengy (France) Shenzhen (China) AMM for Shenzhen (China) AMM for LUC : Storengy (France) Underground storage Metering Data 130000 meters (ASGS) – from 130000 meters (ASGS) – from Underground storage Metering Data Data Reference DB from 2008 2011 2011 Data Reference DB from 2008 (currently in maintenance) (currently in maintenance) A2A I(taly) AMM for 940 000 A2A I(taly) AMM for 940 000 residential meters + C&I and gaz residential meters + C&I and gaz ENDESA (Spain) AMM for 17000 ENDESA (Spain) AMM for 17000 meters + MRA – from 2006 to meters + MRA – from 2006 to DPSCL (India) Meter to Cash with DPSCL (India) Meter to Cash with meters– from 2005 to 2008 meters– from 2005 to 2008 2010 2010 AMR for 545 HV consumers – 2011 AMR for 545 HV consumers – 2011 Dolomiti Energie (Italy) for 390 000 Dolomiti Energie (Italy) for 390 000 OpenNode (Spain) Smart Grid EU OpenNode (Spain) Smart Grid EU residential meters + MRA – from 2008 R&D project – from 2010 residential meters + MRA – from 2008 R&D project – from 2010 to 2010 to 2010 Smart Metering Smart Grid 8
  • Major expectations of Smart metering 16/11/2012is to support the 20/20/20 targets in Europe ▶ To reduce emissions of greenhouse gases by 20% by 2020. ▶ To increase energy efficiency to save 20% of EU energy consumption by 2020. ▶ To reach 20% of renewable energy in the total energy consumption in the EU by 2020. ▶ Improve network operations & services ▶ Support renewable power generation ▶ Improve peak load management ▶ Enhance competition ▶ Encourage energy efficiency at the customers ▶ Improve consumer experience ▶ Fulfill EU Regulative 9
  • Legal basis for smart metering 16/11/2012Rollout in Europe▶ Third Legislative Package for Electricity (2009/72/EC) and Gas (2009/73/EC) – installation by 2020 – optimise the use of electricity, by providing energy management services, developing innovative pricing formulas, or introducing intelligent metering systems or smart grids. – where roll-out of smart meters is assessed positively, at least 80 % of consumers must be equipped with intelligent metering systems by 2020, – those metering systems must be interoperable at a national level and use appropriate standards.▶ Energy End-use Efficiency and Energy Services Directive (2006/32/EC) – costs reflective tariffs – Customers are provided with competitively priced individual meters that accurately reflect their actual energy consumption and that provide information on actual time of use; – Billing is based on actual energy consumption, is performed frequently enough to enable customers to regulate their own energy consumption and is presented in clear and understandable terms.▶ Security of Supply Directive (2005/32/EC) 2006/32/EC oder 2005/89/EC– advanced metering systems 10
  • Update on 16/11/2012Energy Efficiency Directive▶ It is planned to replace the Energy End-use Efficiency and Energy Services Directive (2006/32/EC) and Promotion of Cogeneration Based on a Useful Heat Demand (2004/8/EC)▶ Main relevant topics: – Mandatory targets for energy saving and increased energy efficiency – Increased usage of technology around smart metering – Make use of technology to help the customers to monitor their energy consumption and help them to save energyEC Recommendation for the roll-outhttp://ses.jrc.ec.europa.eu/http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=CELEX:32012H0148:EN:NOT 11
  • EC Recommendation for 16/11/2012Common minimum functionalities Manuel Sánzches, PHD, Smart grid Team Leader, European Commission, DG Energy 12
  • Smart Meter Electricity Rollouts for 16/11/2012the next 10 yearsManuel Sánzches, PHD, Smart grid Team Leader, European Commission, DG Energy 13
  • Levels of implementation of 16/11/2012Smart Metering in European countriesSource: Geert-Jan Van der Zanden, GTM research 14
  • 16/11/2012Source: Geert-Jan Van der Zanden, GTM research 15
  • The way forward from European 16/11/2012Commission point of view▶ EU policy drivers demand new requirements in energy supply and retail markets: – Future energy supply scheme will dramatically change to a decentralized mix and active customer – Increase flexibility for customers needs and increased quality of supply – Appropriate incentives necessary – Matching two worlds: Energy and ICT Telco – Exploitation the Potential of demand response▶ The advent of “smartness” calls for a revision of the market model and the options for existing, viable business models and consumer services in the energy sector – a consumer centered vision is coming up 16
  • 16/11/2012Major questions for the DSO ?How to split the project ?New Services and tariffs for clients Communication with clients and stakeholders Meters Concentrator/ Smart Grid Node Central Information System BackendDefinition of the Planning and System Integration ofHardware Execution of the Planning the newInfrastructure in Meter Rollout Realization of technology intothe field: Meters, Technical Field the AMM and businessConcentrators, Operating, MDM Software processes, Sales,protocolls, Systemmonitoring, Solutions CRM and ERPCommunication Alarmmanagement 17
  • 16/11/2012 Actual Smart meter Solutions in comparison Concentrators▶ All components from one vendor Meters Vendor A Vendor A Central Information – Homogenous system Head End System Meters Vendor A – Dependency on one vendor Vendor A ▶ Different vendors integrated on Concentrators Meters Vendor A Vendor A Central the head end system Information Head End System Meters – Vendor indipendency Vendor A Vendor A Adapter für – Complex architecture Vendor B, C Concentrators Meters – Complex processes Vendor B Vendor B Meters ▶ Interoperability through open Vendor B standards Meters – Vendor indipendency Smart Concentrators Vendor A Vendor A,B,C – Homogenous system Central Meters Universal Information – Low costs Vendor B Head End System Vendor – Interchangeability of all Meters independent components Vendor B 18
  • The miracle about Interoperability 16/11/2012and Interchangeability▶ Interoperability: Ability of a system to exchange data with other systems of different types and/or from different manufacturers▶ Interchangeability: Ability to exchange one device by another without re- ducing the original functionality and without dysfunction or loss of efficiency for the whole of the system▶ The new standards PRIME and G3 hopefully solve the protocol standardization challenge but▶ Interoperability and Interchangeability has to be permanently checked in all productive field environment. This is valid for all deployed projects so far: Enel–meters&more, Linky France 19
  • 16/11/2012 The Linky business case at ERDF in France Linky « straight » Benefits for ERDF business the society (EV, renewables, services, …)0 IS & others Asset management purchase Performance of interventions Non technical installation losses 20
  • The major cost leavers are 16/11/2012▶ Standardization in the field leads to – Low HW costs due to competition of vendors – Low operations costs due to the focus of knowledge in operation▶ Low communication cost – intelligent mix of PLC ( Prime, G3 ), wired radio, IP over Internet and GPRS tariffs limit the communication cost▶ Automation in Deployment – Special Contract and Workforcemanagement process can reduce the deployment costs by half – Meter Replacement Accelerator▶ Central operation wherever possible – Central communication platform for the whole country like UK – Central information system AMM and MDM for the whole country like France – Central steering of field management: system monitoring for incidents and events, steering of field intervention 21
  • 16/11/2012 ASGS – Atos Smart Grid Solution a private Cloud for DSOs Delivered as a cloud service not in scope GPRS 1 logical CIS instance/distributor SAP IS-U 1 Central information system (CIS) Concentrators PLC UMTS/ MDUS Universal Integration Bus GPRS Head End MDC UHE TCP/IP SAP IS-U n central MDM*) Supervision Other BPM & billing orchestrator Controlroom Web portal e2e security solution others solution of AWL Asset AdministrationLegend: Management OtherMDC … Meter Data Collection billingMDM … Meter Data Management Operators/ solution … ASGS Solution Meter Rollout Interoperability Admin … optional Accelerator Test Lab … optional … e2e Security Smart Home Appl. … central meter data management Consumers *) e.g.Energy-IP from Siemens22 22
  • 16/11/2012Communication is key The information and communication to the people during the rollout is key, to achieve an outcome regarding reduction of energy consumption Source: Dr. Robert Denda, Smart Metering Project Coordinatior Endessa 23
  • 16/11/2012Real-time intelligence for thepower industry▶ A Smarter Grid needs full interaction between all stakeholders Transformation Solutions ▶Marketplace Wholesale and Retail Advanced Smart Billing Self-Healing Network CRM Loyalty programs Fraud & Loss Physical Dispatching DG and Distributed Storage HV SCADA EMS MWFM End-to-End Security OMS Green IT Solutions Home Energy DSM Smart Grid Management EAM QoS Predictive EV GIS Maintenance Advanced Distribution Automation Instrumentation and Control Physical Dispatching Smart Long-Term Service MV SCADA Advanced DMS Metering Maintenance AMI Simulation Global Optimization 24
  • Thank youAtos IT Solutions and Services GmbHDr. Wolfgang Domann Tel: +43 676 3636600Siemensstraße 92A-1210 Wienwolfgang.domann@atos.netAtos, the Atos logo, Atos Consulting, Atos Worldline, Atos Sphere,Atos Cloud and Atos WorldGridare registered trademarks of Atos SA. June 2011© 2011 Atos. Confidential information owned by Atos, to be used bythe recipient only. This document, or any part of it, may not bereproduced, copied, circulated and/or distributed nor quoted withoutprior written approval from Atos. 16/11/2012