Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
Thank You!
Cumulatively, 57 million smart meters will have been deployed in the United States in the next two years
US AMI Penetratio...
Substation Automation System
AMI
Workforce Management
RTU Upgrades
GIS Integration
OMS Upgrade
Distribution Automation
Sma...
“GTM Research
forecasts cumulative
global spending on
smart-grid-related
analytics to top $20
billion between the
years 20...
Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)
ShareofOverallSmartGridMarket
Analytics: Market Share & Growth
• Grid Optimization and Operational
Intelligence
• Asset Management Analytics
• Crisis Management Analytics
• DMS Analytic...
GRID ANALYTICS
Rank Application Key Features
Implementation
Complexity
Maturity
Primary
Value Stream
Key
Markets
1
Outage
...
CONSUMER ANALYTICS
Rank Application Key Features
Implementatio
n Complexity
Maturity
Primary
Value
Stream
Key Markets
1
Re...
Source: GTM, SAS High-Performance Analytics for the Smart Grid
Reliability is the Leading Driver
Global Market Notes & Updates
An Undeniable Inflection Point
• 2/3rds of total US distributed PV deployed in the last 2.5 years alone
• By 2016 there wi...
A Next-Generation Energy System
“Grid Edge comprises the technologies, solutions and business
models advancing the transit...
Grid Edge: A Complex, Exciting Road Ahead
The Grid Edge Executive Council
The Soft Grid 2013 Opening Presentation
The Soft Grid 2013 Opening Presentation
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

The Soft Grid 2013 Opening Presentation

8,246 views

Published on

From grid infrastructure analytics to consumer analytics, the true power of data is starting to be realized. Greentech Media Co-Founder and President, Rick Thompson, sets the stage for the days presentations and panels.

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

The Soft Grid 2013 Opening Presentation

  1. 1. Thank You!
  2. 2. Cumulatively, 57 million smart meters will have been deployed in the United States in the next two years US AMI Penetration 2015
  3. 3. Substation Automation System AMI Workforce Management RTU Upgrades GIS Integration OMS Upgrade Distribution Automation Smart Homes PMUs Time Source: EPRI, GTM Research You Are Here AnnualRateofDataIntake(TB) “Due to economies of scale, the faster and cheaper the devices become, the faster and cheaper data creation itself becomes. This creates something of a positive feedback loop which is hurtling us quickly toward the ‘internet of things’” GTM Analyst Note Utility Data Generation Curve
  4. 4. “GTM Research forecasts cumulative global spending on smart-grid-related analytics to top $20 billion between the years 2013-2020, with an annual spend of $3.98 billion globally in the year 2020. We estimate, the achieved return on this investment will exceed $120 billion globally over the same period” $1.11 $1.57 $1.95 $2.28 $2.60 $2.98 $3.60 $3.98 $0 $1 $1 $2 $2 $3 $3 $4 $4 $5 $0 $5 $10 $15 $20 $25 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 AnnualSpending(Billions) CumulativeSpending(Billions) China Europe North America Asia-Pacific Latin America CAGR 17 % Soft Grid Regional Forecast 2013 - 2020 GTM Analyst Note Global Utility Analytics Spending 2013 - 2020
  5. 5. Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) ShareofOverallSmartGridMarket Analytics: Market Share & Growth
  6. 6. • Grid Optimization and Operational Intelligence • Asset Management Analytics • Crisis Management Analytics • DMS Analytics • Outage Management Analytics/Fault • Detection and Correction • Weather/Location data • Mobile Workforce Management • Energy Theft Soft Grid investment momentum globally is beginning to focus on some key markets. Some segments of the analytics market will grow quicker than others due to their immediate application. Enterprise Analytics Grid Analytics Consumer Analytics • Behavioral Analytics • Tiered Pricing - Trading, Selling Megawatts (DR) • Building Energy Management • Power Analytics (Load Flow) • Social Media Data Integration • DG/EV/Microgrid Analytics 2 1 3 • Moving from Traditional, Historical Analytics to Real-Time Predictive Analytics • Complete Situational Awareness • Business Intelligence • Trading with “live look” at the Grid • Simulation/Visualization $8.7b $4.2b $7.1b Soft Grid Investment Portfolio $20b Cumulative Market by 2020 “Many of these analytics and/or capabilities will rely on the same data, such that sound enterprise IT architecture design will play a vital role in their success” GTM Analyst Note All $ amounts represent cumulative market value by 2020 Investing in Soft Grid: Applications
  7. 7. GRID ANALYTICS Rank Application Key Features Implementation Complexity Maturity Primary Value Stream Key Markets 1 Outage Management More efficient detection and restoration of service outages Low High Avoided Operational Costs North America 2 Voltage Optimization Dynamically adjusting voltages via closed-loop feedback Medium Medium Recovered Costs Universal 3 Asset Management Aggregation of metering endpoints to a common asset (e.g., secondary transformers) Medium to high depending on data utilization Medium Avoided Capital Costs Universal High-Value Applications: Grid Analytics
  8. 8. CONSUMER ANALYTICS Rank Application Key Features Implementatio n Complexity Maturity Primary Value Stream Key Markets 1 Revenue Protection Ability to compare and correlate usage patterns with other similar customer profiles to detect unbilled consumption Variable, depending on level of theft sophistication Medium Cost Recovery Canada, Latin America, India 2 Load Forecasting Creating individual consumption profiles for each consumer Medium Medium Avoided Costs Germany, Australia, Japan, United States 3 Customer Segmentation Fusion of customer consumption data with secondary data sources such as housing data, demographic data, and lifestyle information Medium Medium Avoided Costs Markets with retail access (e.g.. most of Europe, Texas) High-Value Applications: Consumer Analytics
  9. 9. Source: GTM, SAS High-Performance Analytics for the Smart Grid Reliability is the Leading Driver
  10. 10. Global Market Notes & Updates
  11. 11. An Undeniable Inflection Point • 2/3rds of total US distributed PV deployed in the last 2.5 years alone • By 2016 there will be a new PV installation nearly every minute “If FERC does not ensure the grid is ready to integrate the growing marketplace demand for distributed solar and other distributed resources, we are going to have problems with grid reliability and overall grid costs.” – Jon Wellinghoff, August 2013
  12. 12. A Next-Generation Energy System “Grid Edge comprises the technologies, solutions and business models advancing the transition towards a decentralized, distributed and transactive electric grid.” –GTM Research
  13. 13. Grid Edge: A Complex, Exciting Road Ahead
  14. 14. The Grid Edge Executive Council

×