Electric Transportation and Smart GridLeonard Transportation Center, California State         University, San Bernardino  ...
SCE Strategy for a Clean EnergyFuture                        Innovation in Energy Technology will Deliver                 ...
SCE Energy EfficiencyIn five years, SCEs energy-efficiencyprograms have saved enough energy topower 789,000 homes for an e...
Carbon Policy Driving SCE Renewables Integration     California law and policy is driving need for a smarter grid  CA Rene...
A Perfect Storm… "We will harness the sun and the winds and the soil to fuel our cars and run our factories.“ President Ob...
Chevrolet                                                                                                   DodgeCadillac ...
Forecasted SCE Service Territory PEVs –Based on External Studies                                                          ...
Forecasted SCE Service Territory PEVs– PHEV vs. BEV SplitBEVs are initially expected to be 60% - 80% of the PEV market, bu...
EVTC- Auto Grade BatteriesIn Stationary Applications RD&D                                                                 ...
So what makes a grid smart?• A smart grid involves adding millions of smart electronic devices,  like phasor measurement u...
Renewables Integration              SCE leads the nation in renewable power delivery,              procuring about 13 bill...
Synchronized Phasor Measurement    System           Phasor technology enables real-time system monitoring             and ...
Edison SmartConnect™Empowering Customers                                           • Choice to Manage Cost & Peak         ...
Benefits of electric Transportation•   New ET load off- peak with appropriate rates, control    technology & DR programs w...
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LTC, Jack R. Widmeyer Transportation Research Conference, Going to San Bernardino A Symposium on Intermodal Transit Stations and Transit-Oriented Design, 11/06/2009, Felix Oduyemi

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LTC, Jack R. Widmeyer Transportation Research Conference, Going to San Bernardino A Symposium on Intermodal Transit Stations and Transit-Oriented Design, 11/06/2009, Felix Oduyemi

  1. 1. Electric Transportation and Smart GridLeonard Transportation Center, California State University, San Bernardino Felix Oduyemi Senior Program Manager Policy, Strategy, and Infrastructure November 6, 2009
  2. 2. SCE Strategy for a Clean EnergyFuture Innovation in Energy Technology will Deliver Environmental Benefits & Customer Value • SCE is doing its part to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by providing its customers with energy from renewable resources • Smart power delivery is needed to manage greater diversity of supply and to optimize existing capacity • Smart metering enables customers to increase energy conservation and reduce peaks while improving customer service and operational efficiency • Plug-in electric vehicles will achieve transportation sustainability and enable distributed energy storage systems 2 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  3. 3. SCE Energy EfficiencyIn five years, SCEs energy-efficiencyprograms have saved enough energy topower 789,000 homes for an entire year &reduced greenhouse gas emissions equal toremoving 400,000 cars from the roadOver the next three years SCE is proposing toinvest more than $1.3 billion to achieve savingsin excess of 3.5 billion kilowatt-hours. 3 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  4. 4. Carbon Policy Driving SCE Renewables Integration California law and policy is driving need for a smarter grid CA Renewable Portfolio Standard Renewable Portfolio 2007 • 20% by 2010 • Possibly 33% by 2020 (statute under consideration) California Solar Initiative (CSI) • Goal of install 3,000 megawatts (MW) of new, customer-side solar photovoltaic projects by 2017. The CPUC provides incentives for all solar installations in existing structures. CA Carbon Reduction Law (AB32) • Reduce GHG by 25% by 2025 4 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  5. 5. A Perfect Storm… "We will harness the sun and the winds and the soil to fuel our cars and run our factories.“ President Obama, Inaugural speech President Obama Directs EPA To Reconsider California’s AB 1493 waiver requestFERC Chairman Wellinghoffs priorities- opening electric marketsto renewables, promoting energy efficiency and plug-in hybrid cars,promoting efficiency in energy infrastructure and system integration 5 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  6. 6. Chevrolet DodgeCadillac Chrysler Ford BYDBMW Miles Mercedes Nissan Saturn Mitsubishi Toyota Smart Tesla 6 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  7. 7. Forecasted SCE Service Territory PEVs –Based on External Studies Cumulative (000s) 1,200 1,000 800 High 600 Mid Low 400 200 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 External Studies Cumulative PEVs in SCE Territory (000s) 10yr Total HIGH - Weighted Capital Average of External Estimate <1 23 56 99 157 241 366 513 679 875 1,088 Studies – High Scenarios ~$800m MID - Weighted Average of External ~$300m <1 7 20 41 67 105 152 205 268 337 415 Studies – Mid Scenarios LOW – California Regulatory <1 <1 10 23 35 50 80 107 141 184 220 Compliance Minimum 7 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  8. 8. Forecasted SCE Service Territory PEVs– PHEV vs. BEV SplitBEVs are initially expected to be 60% - 80% of the PEV market, but only ~ 20% by mid-decade Annual Sales (000s) 450 400 350 2010-2014 (Cumulative) 300 22.6K Transformers 250 29K Dual Socket Meter PHEV Sets 200 BEV 150 100 50 - 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 8 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  9. 9. EVTC- Auto Grade BatteriesIn Stationary Applications RD&D Long-Term V2H & V2G Opportunities through Plug-in Electric Vehicles Home Energy or © Copyright 2008, Southern California Community Edison Storage up to 50kWh Larger Central Plant Storage > 1 MW 9 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  10. 10. So what makes a grid smart?• A smart grid involves adding millions of smart electronic devices, like phasor measurement units, fault indicators, meters and chargers in electric cars to the grid that will send and receive millions of pieces of data per minute to produce actionable information and using that information to control the electric system.• By adding this more sophisticated intelligence and control, the Smart Grid will allow: – Higher transmission transfer capacity – Integration of more intermittent renewable generation – More efficient and effective maintenance practices – Faster restoration when outages are unavoidable – More customer choice and energy determination 10 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  11. 11. Renewables Integration SCE leads the nation in renewable power delivery, procuring about 13 billion kilowatt-hours per year• Provide real-time voltage support to mitigate volatility associated with intermittent renewable energy resources• Increase transmission capacity to integrate more bulk renewable energy resources• Integrate large scale energy storage systems as a parallel power source for Voltage/VAR/frequency support with bulk intermittent renewable energy supply 11 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  12. 12. Synchronized Phasor Measurement System Phasor technology enables real-time system monitoring and reduces the probability of major disturbances• The growing complexity of interconnected electric grids increases the threat of blackouts and other operational challenges, facilitating the need for a smarter electric grid equipped with wide-area measurement units to monitor large grids• Phasor measurement units (PMUs) help identify remote system disturbances in advance to prevent wide-scale power outages• Power System Outlook (PSO) is a real-time tool that enables operators and engineers to quickly and affordably analyze synchro phasor measurement system data from a large power grid 12 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  13. 13. Edison SmartConnect™Empowering Customers • Choice to Manage Cost & Peak Demand – Rates • Time of Use and Tiered Rates • Critical Peak Pricing (CPP) • Peak Time Rebate (PTR) – Programs • Smart Communicating Thermostats – Outcome • Reduce Peak Load by 1,000 MWs • Energy Information Drives Conservation – Reduce Residential Energy Consumption by 1% (minimum) – Reduce GHG by 365,000 tons/yr • Automated Self-Service – Remote Service Switch – Payment and Billing Options © Copyright 2008, Southern California Edison 13 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison
  14. 14. Benefits of electric Transportation• New ET load off- peak with appropriate rates, control technology & DR programs will help improve the electric system efficiency by spreading fixed energy costs over more energy use.• System stability may be enhanced through communications and control technologies “shaping” ET load to renewables integration needs. In addition, “storage capabilities” from both the vehicle and stationary applications will enhance renewables dispatchability.• Storage presents significant potential as utilities comply with future RPS requirements. Effective “control” of bi-directional energy flow (solar and mobile/stationary battery storage) presents significant challenges in the near term from an infrastructure and IT perspective. 14 © Copyright 2009, Southern California Edison

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