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Hitachi Europe at Smart Homes 2013 Cambridge

  1. 1. Smart Homes & Cleanpower 2013 Integrated Smart Energy A Strategy for Social Innovation 5 November 2013 Graeme Hodgson Smart Cities Energy Group Hitachi Europe Limited © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Contents 1. An introduction to Hitachi 2. The Smart Communities Concept 3. Demonstration Projects © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 1
  3. 3. 1. An introduction to Hitachi © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 2
  4. 4. 1-1 Overview of Hitachi Group Europe 142 companies 10,783 employees $ 9.3 billion sales Asia (incl. China) 322 companies 78,361 employees $ 24.4 billion sales China 154 companies 42,053 employees $ 13.1 billion sales North America 75 companies 14,539 employees $ 10.6 billion sales Hitachi Europe Ltd. Hitachi America, Ltd. Hitachi (China) Ltd. Hitachi, Ltd. Japan 341 companies 212,302 employees $ 67.5 billion sales Hitachi India Pvt. Ltd. Other Areas 60 companies 7,555 employees $ 6.1 billion sales Hitachi Asia Ltd. Financial Services Others Digital Media & Consumer Products 9% 4% 8% Components & Devices 7% 7% 16% 8% $ 117.9 billion 13% Automotive Systems High Functional Materials & Components Information & Telecommunication Systems 7% Construction Machinery 10% 11% Power Systems Social Infrastructure & Industrial Systems Electronic Systems and Equipment *As of March 31, 2012 © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 3
  5. 5. 1-2 The Business of Social Innovation Infrastructure Systems Eco-friendly city (Water treatment) Cloud computing Construction machinery Consulting Data centers Storage Information and Communication Systems Elevators and escalators Green mobility Healthcare Energy Smart grids (Thermal, nuclear, renewable) Electrical Power Systems As a leading global company, Hitachi provides multiple solutions within “Social Innovation Areas” © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 4
  6. 6. 2. The Smart Communities Concept © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 5
  7. 7. 2-1 Hitachi’s Smart Community Solutions Concept Smart Communities vary in size and character, but are based on a common concept of city management and services enabled by an IT infrastructure Housing Energy station Green field vs Retrofit Hospital Green field 50% 50% Retrofit Factory Shop City Management Recycle facility Office building Different approach is required Scalability Station School Water Network communication 10% Data center Energy & Heat 30% Transportation & Mobility Security Others Traceability Industrial IP Park 30% IT Customer Service Town District City 30% Core solutions support various sizes of systems © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 6
  8. 8. 2-2 Smart Community Solutions Evolution Key Factors for Evolution of Smart Community 1 Sustainability (Scalability) Step-by-step expansion/upgrade with non-stop operation Expanding target systems and Optimisation of all systems Renovation & Development 2 Interoperability (Flexibility) Connection and cooperation among various systems Stable management of various systems Growing 3 Reliability Normal time : Comfortable usage Emergency time : Non-stop operation Share and use information safely and comfortably Basic models 4 Basic models established through small scale demonstrations Security Protection of information assets in system as a whole Cope with change of security standards © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 7
  9. 9. 3. Demonstration Projects © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 8
  10. 10. 3-1 Hitachi’s Global Smart Communities Activities CHINA [Tianjin] Eco-City Construction of Model Environmentally Conscious City Remote Island Smart Grid Demonstration Voltage Control System Demonstration Project CHINA [Guangzhou] IT U.S.A. [New Mexico] Construction of Knowledge City Smart Grid Demonstration - Battery Storage JAPAN [Rokkasho-village] JAPAN [Okinawa] Smart Grid Demonstration Site – Micro-grid IT JAPAN [Kashiwa-city] JAPAN [Yokohama] Smart City Project Smart Community System Demonstration Project IT IT EV Charge Management System SPAIN [Malaga] UK [South West] U.S.A. [Hawaii] Demonstration Kashiwa-no-ha Smart City Project JAPAN [Hitachi-city] Future City Model in Hitachi City Real business Development & Renovation of Smart City(incl. IT) Energy Mobility Water IT IT © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 9
  11. 11. 3-2 Rokkasho Village Project Community Energy Management System (C-EMS) provides an integrated optimization system for mid-size and individual renewable energy generation, community energy storage, and Smart houses including HEMS and Plug-in Hybrid cars. C-EMS helps create a 100% CO2-free community. (Commenced Sep. 2010) Futamata Wind Power Generation Site (JWD) PHV (Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle), PCS (Power Conditioning System) NAS (Sodium-sulfur battery), JWD (Japan Wind Development Co., Ltd.) CEMS (Community Energy Management System) Power Grid Power Distribution Line Inter-connection Point PV(100kW) -Grid side supply and demand management and control (includes power generation and storage) -Energy service integration Photovoltaics (Hitachi) Charge/ Discharge NAS Battery (NGK) Information Flow Control PCS Charge/ Hub Battery (100 kW) Energy Service Information Exchange Surveillance and Control Information Exchange Discharge Control Automatic Surveillance and PCS Control Server (CEMS Server) Heat Pump Control MiniInformation Hub Operator Server Monitor Grid Side Information ↓↑ Demand Side Energy Service Information Control Center (Hitachi) -Demand side power generation and storage control (includes HEMS functions) PHV Charger Multi family building Smart House Smart House (JWD) (Panasonic) Smart House (Toyota) EV & PHV (Smart Center) Smart House/ Building PHV © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 10
  12. 12. 3-3 Rokkasho Village System Operation The model for Supply and Demand balance control Rokkashomura-Futamata Wind Power Station HUB battery (NAS battery) Photovoltaic panels <a case of energy demand and supply> Charge/Discharge of HUB Battery (*) Electricity Demand Charge Wind power 0 6 Photovoltaic Solar power 12 Smart Houses Smart Houses <6 Smart Houses> HEMS controls energy production and storage Rooftop PV Smart Meter Air conditioner HEMS display visualises electricity conditions Discharge 18 24(h) (*) Assumption for reducing battery capacity: Includes hub battery and demand-side control (i.e. Heat Pump and PHV charging), these are key to reducing battery cost (= capacity) HEMS: Home Energy Management System DER: Distributed Energy Resources EV charger Heat pump Storage battery  Each company (Japan Wind Development, Toyota, Panasonic Corp) built 2 houses and introduced their own equipment for demonstration  HEMS controls DER, e.g. wind turbine, PV and energy storage © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 11
  13. 13. 3-4 Rokkasho Village Results Direct Load Control function controls Heat Pumps together with PV generation prediction. These functions convert electricity into hot water which is then stored in a tank. DLC Load Shift for a group of HPs PV PV Heat Pump kW 2500 October/23 PV Excess Energy HP load Heat Pump 2000 Server PV Generation Total Load of community 1500 1000 Community Thermal storage control 500 0 Electrical Consumption Electrical Consumption Heat Pump control parameter Output chart ・ ・・ ・ ・ ・ ・ Outside ・ temperature Heat Pump HW Supply Start / Stop Loss HW consumption HW ~ Storage ~ Radiated Tank ~ Heat Loss Water Supply (°C) Outside Temperature (°C) 0 6 12 18 24 50.1% of Excess Energy consumed 時刻 The figure would be 24.5% with DLC Load Shift for individual HPs Self-sufficiency ratio = 83% The figure of DLC load shift for individual HPs is calculated by simulation © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 12
  14. 14. 3-5 ETI Smart Systems & Heat Programme Launched in April 2012, the focus of the programme is the design, development and demonstration of a first-of-a-kind energy system aligned with the needs of UK consumers in the domestic and small commercial sectors with a particular focus on heat delivery. Hitachi is a Programme Associate. There are four key themes:  Understanding real mass-market consumer behaviour in order to design and communicate effective service products  Providing energy services and integrated products to consumers in domestic and commercial buildings (primarily domestic & retrofit)  Space and water heating – but including other energy service needs in or connected to buildings  Understanding the evolution of the whole energy system out to 2050, including building retrofits and energy distribution choices © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 13
  15. 15. 3-6 ETI Smart Systems & Heat Programme  Budget of £100mil allocated over 5 years, culminating into the demonstration of a first of its kind Smart Energy System in the UK  Hitachi is involved in the delivery of several WAs awarded through open competitive tendering: WA1.1 – Enabling Technologies WA3.1 – Data Management and Overall System Architecture + other subcontractors WA5 – Consumer Response and Behaviour + other subcontractors © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 14
  16. 16. END Integrated Smart Energy A Strategy for Social Innovation 5 November 2013 Graeme Hodgson Smart Cities Energy Group Hitachi Europe Limited © Hitachi Europe Ltd. 2013. All rights reserved. 15

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