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I canada americana abb smart cities march 2015

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The integrated deployment of infrastructural solutions allows sectors like energy to be part of a Smart City's competitive edge.

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I canada americana abb smart cities march 2015

  1. 1. ABB Power & Automation Solid Foundations for Smart Cities Daniel Assandri, President and CEO March 19, 2015
  2. 2. Cities in the Global Context Already play a significant role Top 600 Cities The top 600 cities Additional fast growing cities Cities today …  Home to 50% of the world’s population  Consume over 75% of natural resources  Account for over 80% of global GDP Source: McKinsey 2011, UNEP 2009, EIU 2012 Cities will become even more important to our global society, especially those in emerging countries … by 2050  70% of the world’s population  2.9 billion more people  > 90% in emerging economies © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 2 All Cities Contribution of emerging countries to top 600 cities by growth in GDP 2007 to 2025  75% of GDP growth 90% of population growth 70% of cities
  3. 3. Key Challenges and Opportunities As faced by cities to a greater or lesser extent  Growth  Population growth  Economic growth  Competition  Cities competing for investment and talented workforce  Citizen expectations for a high quality of life  Sustainability  Local pollution and carbon reduction targets  Limitation of natural resources  Aging infrastructure  Often beyond its intended life span “Smart Cities" can help address these challenges and opportunities © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 3
  4. 4. Smart City Concept A holistic concept that goes beyond just technology A Smart City optimizes quality of life and drives sustainability and economic growth by integrating and actively managing its infrastructure subsystems and engaging its citizens Smart city development approach can be top down or bottom up Smartness comes from sensors, automation, solutions that cross boundaries, but also from the right regulations, business models, financing and community engagement ABB Smart City Definition City Government Buildings Energy Transport Waste Water Communic ations Public Safety Public Admin Local Businesses Social Acceptance Individual Behavior Bottom up approach: Business cases for individual service providers Smart City Enablers Citizens / Business Government & Service Providers Top down approach: City-wide goals, vision, strategy, regulatory framework Infrastructure &Automation FinancingICT* Business Models * ICT = Information and Communications Technology© ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 4
  5. 5. How ABB’s offering relates to Smart Cities ABB’s products and solutions are at the heart of a city's critical infrastructure, relied upon for everything from the supply of power, water and heat, to the automation of factories and the buildings we live and work in. Specifically, we offer intelligent solutions in:  City Communication Platforms  Electricity Grid  Water  Transport  Buildings  District Heating and Cooling © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 5
  6. 6. ABB Solutions © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 6
  7. 7. ABB’s Smart City Offering: Power and Automation for critical city infrastructure Communications Platform By Segment Cross Cutting ABB Solution Areas: Water Transport BuildingsElectricity Grid District Heating & Other Energy Common Information and Operations Technologies (IT/OT) Common device types for Measurement and Control Common services deployed per application ABB IT/OT ABB Devices ABB Services ABB Power & Automation Solution Components: © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 7
  8. 8.  Enhanced public safety  Fast mobile connections  Improved municipal services  Shortens time for building, health, fire inspection services  Improved field worker productivity, reduced costs  Workers spend more time on job  Reduced recurring communications costs  E.g., T-1 lines, cellular services  Enhanced revenue streams  E.g., variable rate parking meters, online services  Economic development  Broadband access for business and individuals ABB Solution Area: Communications Platform High performance wireless network for multiple applications Municipal Workforce Video & Public Internet Utilities (Water, Gas, Electric) Intelligent Transportation Benefits  All services from fire, police … to building, health inspectors … to parking enforcement  Reinforce the grid to cope with renewables, aging infrastructure, electric vehicles  Distribution automation  Advanced metering infrastructure  Traffic signal management  Variable message signs  Red light enforcement cameras  Safety as well as crime prevention and prosecution  Community broadband wireless How: High Performance Network  Secure, high availability, scalable network for multiple applications, static and on-the-go connection ABB Tropos Wireless Communications for … One Network Many Applications © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 8
  9. 9. ABB Solution Area: Electricity Grid Solutions for evolving system demands* Grid Automation Energy Storage Demand Response Renewables Integration  New levels of monitoring, protection and control deeper into the distribution grid  Improved capacity, efficiency, reliability, sustainability BenefitsOverview  Incent customers with supply side signals to change demand or feed in generation  Reduced need to build new generation or grid capacity  Reduced system costs  Cope with renewables using voltage regulation as well as distribution grid automation  Improved reliability of supply  Supports higher share of renewables  Utilize batteries in the network to address capacity constraints and improve power quality  Improved network stability, power quality and efficiency Power & Automation for … * For example, volatile distributed generation (e.g. solar PV), new loads (e.g. electric vehicles), aging infrastructure, more frequent storms in some areas, regulatory requirements for higher reliability, … © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 9
  10. 10. ABB Solution Area: Water Monitoring, efficiency and scalable automation Water Transmission and Distribution Water & Waste Treatment Water Desalination  Improve control and monitoring of water network & pumps  Improve operating and pump efficiency  Reduced energy consumption  Detect and repair leaks earlier BenefitsOverview  Control of collection, treatment and reclamation of used water  Improve pump efficiency  Improved reliability of supply  Increased water security  Improve efficiency by up to 60%  Electrical products and automation for desalination plants  Efficiency, safety and reliability  Monitoring and optimization Power & Automation for … © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 10
  11. 11. ABB Solution Area: Transport Infrastructure to effectively electrify transportation Electric Vehicle Charging Electric Rail Shore-to-Ship Electric Buses  Charging infrastructure for 15- 30 minute charges and longer  Foster electric vehicle uptake  Cut emissions in the city  Help integrate renewables BenefitsOverview  Infrastructure to power ships with electricity from the shore when berthed  Eliminate 98% of emissions and all noise and vibration  Improve quality of life near port  Ultra-fast charging for battery powered electric buses  Clean, quiet public buses  No overhead cables  Recuperate braking energy in metro trains and trams  Reduce energy costs by up to 30%  Potentially sell services to grid Power & Automation for … © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 11
  12. 12. ABB Solution Area: Buildings Automation for control of energy and the environment Homes Data Centers Commercial Buildings Industrial Buildings  Empower citizens with control over their energy: loads, electric vehicles, generation, storage  Engaged customers with potentially lower bills BenefitsOverview  Reduce HVAC* and lighting costs with efficiency upgrades and intelligent automation  More efficient equipment  Reduced energy wastage  Savings from peak shifting  Reduce energy costs without risking production with efficiency upgrades & energy management  Reduced energy costs  Reduce risk from volatile prices  Sell services to grid  Improve data center operations with a unified view spanning IT, mechanical & electrical systems  Visibility, decision support, control  Reliably, efficiently, sustainably  Sell services to grid Power & Automation for … * HVAC = Heating, ventilation and air conditioning © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 12
  13. 13. ABB Solution Area: District Heating, Other Energy Advanced control for energy solutions District Heating  Control and optimize district heating systems  Energy efficient, cost effective  Fewer emissions  Improved air quality BenefitsOverview Waste to Energy  Complete power plant systems including instrumentation, control and electrical equipment  Renewable power  Waste recycling  Safe, reliable, economic Power & Automation for … District Cooling  Control and optimize district cooling systems  Energy efficient, cost effective  Fewer emissions  Improved air quality © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 13
  14. 14. ABB Power and Automation Solution Components Intelligent technologies with broad application Operations Technology (OT) Information Technology (IT) Devices  Real-time control platforms for power networks and industrial electrical and production plant  Advanced distribution management systems  Process industry control platform Example TechnologiesPurpose  Monitor, forecast and schedule limited resources  Workforce, asset management  Energy, production management  Virtual power plants  Monitoring, control, protection  Electricity transportation  Efficiency improvements  Intelligent electronic devices  Building automation, motor drives  Power electronics ABB Services  Comprehensive range of services to support customers  Engineering & consulting  Installation & commissioning  Maintenance outsourcing Solution Components © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 14
  15. 15. ABB’s Smart City Offering: Power and Automation for critical city infrastructure Water Grid Transport Buildings Efficient energy management, use and control Reliable, efficient energy supply and management Optimized water supply and treatment Efficient, flexible gas, heating and cooling supply Efficient and reliable transport infrastructure Electricity Grid District Heating & Other Energy  EV Charging  Shore to Ship  Electric Buses  Electric Rail  Distribution  Treatment  Desalination  District Heating  District Cooling  Waste to Energy  Grid Automation  Demand Response  Renewable Integration  Energy Storage  Homes  Commercial Buildings  Industry  Data Centers Common Information and Operations Technologies (IT/OT), typically deployed per application: SCADA. Control Operations, Asset Management, Workforce Management, Business Analytics Common device types for Measurement and Control, deployed per application: Sensors, Intelligent Electronic Devices (IEDs), LV and MV apparatus and switchgear, Batteries Common services deployed per application Key Segments … ABB Solutions ABB IT/OT ABB Devices ABB Services Communications ABB Power & Automation Solution Components: ABB Solutions: Communications Platform Single, high performance wireless network supports hundreds of applications and facilitates integration © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 15
  16. 16. References © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 16
  17. 17. Customer  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA Key objective  Deliver a high performance network to securely support multiple applications for multiple customers, for both fixed and mobile use across 640 sq miles ABB’s Response  A high performance Tropos wireless mesh network  High bandwidth, low latency, resilient, secure, scalable, easy to manage  Partitioned to meet the needs of various departments: Police, fire, security cameras, building inspectors, traffic controllers  Currently >180 city applications use network  Delivers efficiencies vs. individual networks Wireless Communications – Oklahoma City, USA High performance network for multiple applications © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 17
  18. 18. Customer  City of Rock Hill, South Carolina, USA Key objective  Deliver a high performance network to enable  AMI meter reading (power and water)  Public safety  Mobile first responders  Video cameras  Public internet zones ABB’s response  A high performance Tropos wireless mesh network  High bandwidth, low latency, resilient, secure, scalable, easy to manage solution resulted in:  Increased meter reading accuracy  Increased operational efficiencies  7-8 year payback, reduced OPEX  Additional applications Wireless Communications – Rock Hill, USA More efficient and cost effective municipal services © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 18
  19. 19. Distribution Management – Houston, USA Improving power reliability in Houston, Texas Customer CenterPoint Energy Inc., USA Key objectives • Improve reliability by up to 30% in areas with complete full smart grid functionality • Deployment of initial smart grid to be completed in 2013 Smart grid scope • Implement an Advanced Distribution Management System (DMS) • Install remote monitoring equipment at 29 substations • Install 579 automated field switching and monitoring devices on 226 distribution circuits • Integrate components to accomplish stated improvements (reliability, monitoring) CenterPoint Energy is a domestic energy delivery company with more than 2 million metered customers and a long history of service. © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 19
  20. 20. Water Treatment – Victoria Harbor, Hong-Kong, China One of the largest wastewater treatment plants in the world Customer  Biwater Man Lee Limited Key objectives  Improve water quality in Victoria Harbor by increasing the capacity of the wastewater treatment system from 1.7 Mm³/d to 2.5 Mm³/d to serve 5 million people ABB’s response  Design, supply and installation of new Symphony system with the newest DIN controller, I/O and fieldbus products suited for harsh environments  Retrofit and extension of existing ABB automation system © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 20
  21. 21. Electric Buses – Geneva, Switzerland An electric bus without overhead lines for Geneva Main Partners  The Geneva public transport authority and operator (TPG), the Office for the Promotion of Industries and Technologies (OPI), the state-owned electricity provider of the city of Geneva (SIG) and the Geneva plant of ABB Sécheron Ltd.  Other local partners are Hepia school of technology, architecture and landscape and Palexpo conference center Project Objectives  Realize a full-scale demonstrator of the very first full electric high-capacity articulated bus running without overhead lines with feeding at bus stops ABB’s contribution  ABB has developed a new technology that helps to power the world’s first flash charging electric bus system. The battery on the bus is charged at selected stops and at the end of the line using fast charging© ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 21
  22. 22. Shore-to-Ship Power – Rotterdam, The Netherlands One of the world’s largest turnkey shore-to-ship installations Customer • Stena Line B.V., a subsidiary of Stena AB, one of the world’s largest ferry companies. Key objectives • Mitigate the negative impact of ferry operations on the local community and the environment. • Cut fleet’s fuel consumption. Reduce emissions by 98 percent and cut noise and vibrations in ports substantially by connecting ships to the port’s electricity grid via shore-to-ship power connection. ABB’s response – scope of supply • Turnkey shore-to-ship power installation including design, engineering, project management, installation and commissioning. • Complete substation and automation package based on PCS 6000 static frequency converters rated at 6 MVA. The entire installation, both onshore and onboard the ships, was accomplished within a year and was activated at the Stena Line ferry terminal at the port of Rotterdam in June 2012. © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 22
  23. 23. Rapid Transit – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Powering the first rapid transit project in Saudi Arabia Customer  Spanish company SICE Key objectives  Create an emissions-free transport zone within the university grounds  Enable students, staff and visitors to the campus to use the rapid transit system with its 24 stations for free  Ensure smooth and efficient passenger transit thanks to priority control at crossroads ABB’s response  Design, engineering, testing, commissioning and installation of electrical equipment and a SCADA control and monitoring system  Three traction power substations will feed King Saud University’s RTP system  ABB to supply transformers, rectifiers, uninterruptible power supply systems, switchgears, and low-voltage equipment The campus of the newly built King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences in Riyadh stretches over an area of five square kilometers © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 23
  24. 24. Virtual Power Plant – T-City Friedrichshafen, Germany Converging power technologies and ICT Partner Deutsche Telekom (T-Systems) Key objectives • Equip power supply systems with communication solutions to better adjust supply and demand to each other • Integrate renewable energy and improve overall efficiency in the T-City of Friedrichshafen with the implementation of smart grid technologies • Provide transparency on electricity consumption and opportunity to control it Smart grid scope • Integration of Smart Meters • Integration with home automation solutions • Virtual power plant integrating distributed co- generation plants and demand response T-Systems, with offices in over 20 countries, ope- rates information and communi- cation technology (ICT) systems for multinational corporations in all industries © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 24
  25. 25. District Cooling – Marina Bay, Singapore The world’s most ambitious district cooling project Customer Singapore District Cooling Pte Ltd Key objectives • Monitor and control 1.1 million square meters of accommodation with cool air via two chilled water production plants and a 5-km piping network • Electricity prices determine when to produce cold water and store it in the ice-storage tank ABB’s response • Complete electrical, control and instrumentation solution • System 800xA, which monitors and controls the entire network of intake stations • Providing the operators with real-time information on network and equipment performance to fine- tune production in line with demand and energy prices • Install switchgear, transformers, motor control centers, drives and instrumentation for pressure, flow, temperature and energy metering The Marina Bay district cooling system provides cooling for buildings in the 360 hectare extension of Singapore’s existing business district and downtown area. © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 25
  26. 26. District Heating – Copenhagen, Denmark Securing world class heating distribution Customers • Metropolitan Heating Transmission Company Copenhagen (CTR), Copenhagen Energy (KE) and Frederiksberg Utility Key objectives • Deliver cheap and environmental friendly heat to 98% of the citizens of Copenhagen • Through the world’s first heat stock exchange, all kinds of current and future renewable energy is traded. Delivered from the surrounding CHP’s • Storage capacity in insulated tanks at different production facilities, increases efficiency of heat delivery and is the battery that stores excess energy from solar and wind ABB’s response • SCADA control and automation system, securing optimal heat delivery across the city • A high degree of automation for reliable distribution that free up time for forecasting and planning The central control room at CTR and Frederiksberg using ABB SCADA to transmit and distribute heat across 6 municipalities as well as control local heat production © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 26
  27. 27. Smart City – Kalasatama, Finland Building a smart city in the heart of Helsinki Key objectives • Develop a model area for a smart power grid in the new Kalasatama district • Help to lower consumption and emissions with implementation of state-of-the-art energy, information and automation technology • Provide 10,000 jobs and homes for about 18,000 residents in Helsinki’s area by year 2030 Smart grid scope  Demand Response Management  Integration of renewable energy  Integration of electric vehicles  Energy storage  House and building automation Customer Helsingin Energia Helsingin Energia is one of the largest energy companies in Finland, supplies electric energy to about 400,000 customers in Finland and covers more than 90% of heat demand of the capital city © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 27
  28. 28. Summary © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 28
  29. 29. Summary Smart Cities There are strong drivers to consider investing in intelligent city infrastructure:  Rapid growth of urban populations in emerging economies  Competition for business and talent in developed economies  Sustainability for both Smart cities can help to meet these goals by applying intelligence and automation in combination with the right regulations, business models and stakeholder engagement ABB offers foundational technologies for Smart Cities, for everything from the supply of power, water and heat, to the automation of factories and the buildings we live and work in ABB’s heritage in power and automation is one of continued innovation and delivery on behalf of our customers, spanning over 125 years © ABB Group April 11, 2015 | Slide 29

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