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  1. 1. Termis Optimization of your heating/cooling networks Confidential Property of Schneider Electric Presented by: Esa Kaarlampi, Schneider Electric Finland Oy
  2. 2. What makes Schneider Electric different Page 2Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  3. 3. Our signature delivery Page 3Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | • Growth: Double digit CAGR • Global Reach: Business in 102 countries • Customer Care: 8 Regional Solution Centers • Innovation: R&D Lab focused on Smart Water • Expertise: 300 professionals dedicated to the Water & Wastewater industry Schneider Electric is a founding member of SWAN (Smart Water Networks Forum)
  4. 4. We work with the biggest and most well known water brands in the world Page 4Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Some of our key customers: Our 5 Strategic Global Customers:
  5. 5. Page 5Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Products, solutions & services from field to enterprise savings on OpEx & CapEx Up to Right information, right user, right time Method and integrated systems You deserve smart water Automation & Control SCADA/HMI, DCS, telemetry, PAC/PLC, instrumentation, motor control, communications Plant & Network optimization Pump optimization, pump asset monitoring, network operation optimization, temperature optimization Plant & Network management Energy monitoring, GIS, water network online simulation, cooling/heating network online simulation, EAM, NRW management, mobile asset management, weather services Business management Energy and sustainability services, performance contracting, field services, cyber security, system integration, business intelligence systems, data historian Integrated software suite for water Electrical Distribution Power monitoring and meters, substation automation, LV, MV, power protection and control Critical Power and Cooling Secure power, racks and enclosures, IT room management Facility Security & Safety Video security, access control, fire and life safety, emergency lighting We are a global technology player from shop floor to top floor across the full water cycle
  6. 6. Page 6Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | • Over 300 references worldwide Termis Optimize Cooling and Heating systems
  7. 7. Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Page 7 Where this solution can help you: Termis applies to cooling and heating systems Typical customers are district cooling and heating utilities and university campuses
  8. 8. Get more out of your heating/cooling network investments Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | 20 % 80 % District Energy Plant Distribution network Investment ?SCADA Page 8
  9. 9. SCADA systems allow for a partial monitoring of the network, but it does not provide the option to manage the network efficiently with fluctuations in demand and changing weather conditions. The Challenges… Page 9Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | District energy utilities are expected today to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. District energy managers have little or no idea of what happens to the energy once it leaves the plant.
  10. 10. …Our Solution: Termis Page 10Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Termis is an advanced operation tool for optimizing cooling and heating systems Reduces the energy usage, costs and CO2 emissions while ensuring the required level of service Reduces O&M risks and costs: Predict the network behaviour and see what will happen before it happens Improves service and planning: Plan ahead and save time and money Builds on existing data and IT: Gives existing software systems new functionalities
  11. 11. Termis Overview Page 11Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Benefit from a tool designed for operators and SCADA integration into Schneider Electric or 3rd party systems: Dynamic temperature optimization: Minimizes heat losses and maximizes heat / cooling storage capacity, all in real time Production Scheduler: Provides the best possible production scenario is chosen to ensure minimum production cost at the service level required Forecast network behaviors, what if scenarios based on real-time data Augmented reality: Reaches where SCADA does not get with virtual sensors and network wide monitoring Up to Reduction of CO2 Up to Reduction of energy costs Termis has proven to provide a positive ROI in less than 18 months Up to Increase in operational efficiency
  12. 12. How does Termis work? Page 12Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | The operator does not require any in-depth knowledge of Termis. By scrolling back and forth on a simple button interface he can obtain the information he need such as pressure, flow and temperature for any given point in time - in the past or in the future. The Termis model is fed with live information from the SCADA system. Different variables, such as supply temperature, return temperature, pressure and flow can be displayed. Effects of interventions, such as opening or closing of valves can be assessed by simulations, which reveal disturbances in consumer supply.
  13. 13. Functional overview Page 13Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |
  14. 14. Page 14Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | T2 ● Determines anchor points for the inlet temperature of the plants, so that the total heat loss in the network is minimized T1 T3 Tmin1, Tmin2 > While at the same time ensuring comfort temperature at the consumers Termis Temperature optimization
  15. 15. Page 15Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Termis is the district energy plants’ tool for improving: > Energy consumption and hydraulic performance While reducing: > Energy cost > Operation cost > Customer complaints > Capital investments Termis Termis is the most advanced, effect full and extensive simulation tool for improving system design and operation in district energy plants.
  16. 16. Page 16Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Termis Temperature Optimization
  17. 17. Page 17Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Termis Temperature Optimization
  18. 18. Page 18Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Termis Temperature Optimization
  19. 19. Page 19Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | The underlying Termis model accurately calculates: > Heat loss in the network > Transportation time for heating from plant to consumer > Storage capacity of the pipes and any heat storage tanks Heat storage – eg. to accomodate morning peaks – is automatically recommended if it is economically viable. Changes in fluctuations are handled in due time Smooth operation at minimum cost – saves energy! Termis Temperature Optimization
  20. 20. Page 20Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Termis Real-time color mimic
  21. 21. Page 21Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Fully integrated in your SCADA system Prior knowledge of hydraulic is not neccesary Easy to get started Termis Temperature Optimization
  22. 22. Page 22Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Benefits > Reduction in heat loss: Typically 10% of the current heat loss > Reliability in operation > Fluctuations in temperature are moved into the plant instead of being at the consumer -> saving costs in the net Termis Temperature Optimization
  23. 23. Page 23Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Simplified savings calculation: Reduction = 1- (((Tfo –Tout) + (Trn – Tout)) / ((Tft – Tout) + (Trt – Tout))) Tft = Supply side temperature, not optimized Trt = Return side temperature, not optimized Tout = Average outside temperature Tfo = Supply side temperature, optimized Trn = Return side temperature, optimized (normally equal to return side temperature not optimized) Termis Temperature Optimization
  24. 24. Page 24Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Temperature Optimization in practice Hørning district heating Hørning district heating > 22 MW > pump maximum 420 m3/hr > 2550 consumers industry/private > 2 heat plants > Hørning uses IGSS Termis Temperature Optimization
  25. 25. Page 25Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Reduction (%) at 5°C = 8.68% Reduction (%) at 10°C = 17.36% Price energy = 70.59 DKK/GJ Heat loss/year = 46 TJ At 5°C = 8.68% x 46 TJ x 70.59 DKK/GJ = 282,000 DKK/yr or 38,000 €/yr At 10°C = 17.36% x 46 TJ x 70.59 DKK/GJ = 564,000 DKK/yr or 76,000 €/yr Temperature Optimization in practice Hørning district heating Termis Temperature Optimization
  26. 26. Page 26Confidential Property of Schneider Electric | Max load MW Max load MW Max load MW Max load MW Max load MW Max load MW KE 1250 Brædstrup FV 13 Brøndby 71 Albertslund 150 Johnson Space 75 EPEC Elblag 250 Murska Sobota 10 Bjerringbro 32 Randers 160 Næstved 65 Hässleholm 150 Haderslev 47 Hørning (AVA) 19 Piran 10 Kalundborg 79 Grenå 42 Trbovlje 75 Stockholm 3000 Fjernvarme Fyn 319 Høje Taastrup 150 Kjellerup 12 Landskrona 150 Tuzla 250 Tomaszow Maz 75 Aabenraa 56 Esbjerg 85 Ribe 20 Bindslev 3 Skjern 24 Evry 150 Suldrup 3 Kibæk 13 TRE-FOR 270 Velenje 150 Princeton Univ. 75 Århus 75 Holte 25 Malling (AVA) 5 Beograd 2000 Lonsdale 30 Ans 4 Skive 75 Stege 20 Odder (AVA) 32 Zabrze 250 Billund 20 Oksbøl 12 Løsning 15 Middelfart FJV 32 Ljubljana 800 Tarnobrzeg 75 Hundested 18 Vrå 8 Landskrona 150 Jesenice 75 Shetland Heat 8 Ølgod 15 Hobro 15 Katowice 800 Løgumkloster 15 Frederikshavn 56 Gdansk 800 Ringe 30 MIHO 150 Strandby 7 Vilnius 1000 Hjørring 85 Torun 400 Lemvig 30 Hedensted 15 Brørup 8 Czestochowa 250 Løgstør 12 Novi Sad 800 Christiansfeld 15 Tarm 17 Stanford 150 Ostroleka 150 Farsø 9 Maribor 150 Maribo 22 Tychy 250 Iowa 250 Szaflary 75 Aars 24 Lystrup (AVA) 26 Gråsten 9 Univ. Virginia 15 Gladsaxe 95 Holsted 15 Silkeborg 111 Høng 12 Hadsund 15 Kranj 30 Helsingør 55 SK-Varme 57 Gauerslund 10 Brønderslev 75 Tafjord 75 Dalkia Lodz 200 Gentofte 114 Univ.Texas, Austin161 Zagreb 800 Hillerød 90 Cergy 150 Operation + Optimization Licenses Sold
  27. 27. Questions Page 27Confidential Property of Schneider Electric |

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