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Margarone - ICT e Smartgrid - Evento CTI Liguria del 18.11.2014

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ICT opportunities in ICT deployment and research in Europe

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Margarone - ICT e Smartgrid - Evento CTI Liguria del 18.11.2014

  1. 1. L’ICT NELLO SCENARIO LOW CARBON DELLA PAN-EUROPEAN NETWORK EVENTI CTI LIGURIA SMART GRIDS: IL FUTURO DELLE RETI ELETTRICHE Genova, 18 Novembre 2014 Massimiliano Margarone T&D Europe, R&D Project Advisor
  2. 2. CHI SONO - R&D Projects Advisor, T&D Europe  European Association of the Electricity Transmission and Distribution Equipment and Services Industry  Consultant for EU R&D projects where the association is member  GRID+ (2012-2014), eHighway2050 (2012-2015) - Fondatore e Executive, Smartland Project Srl  Sede: Genova  Attitudine: Solution Oriented ICT Products and Services  Approccio: Product Innovation, Design and Agile programming  Know-how: Software Engineering - Coordinatore Commissione ICT dell’Ordine degli Ingegneri di Savona  Delegato per Savona del Coordinamento Nazionale Ingegneri dell’Informazione
  3. 3. SISTEMA ELETTRICO DISTRIBUZIO NE TRASMISSION E GENERAZION ICT E pan-European Network
  4. 4. OBIETTIVI EU 40% di riduzione della CO2 entro il 2030 27% di nuove rinnovabili (RES) entro il 2030 27% di miglioramento dell’efficienza energetica entro il 2030 10% di interconnessioni tra paesi membri entro il 2020 Per rispettare questi parametri grandi investimenti di ricerca e sviluppo dovranno essere affrontati, anche in ambito ICT
  5. 5. ICT 4 SMART GRIDS La EEGI, l’iniziativa Europea per le Smartgrid, nel 2010 ha stabilito con una roadmap costantemente aggiornata, una serie di priorità per garantire il raggiungimento dei requisiti di efficienza energetica e riduzione dei livelli CO2. Classificazione: - Trasmissione:  5 Clusters:  Network architecture, Power technologies, Network operation, Market design, Asset Management  17 Obiettivi funzionali suddivisi in priorità specifiche che coinvolgono settori specializzati, tra cui l’ICT - Distribuzione:  5 Clusters:  Integration of Smart Customers, Integration of DER and new users, Network operation, Network Planning and Asset Management, Market design  13 Obiettivi funzionali suddivisi in priorità specifiche che coinvolgono settori specializzati, tra cui l’ICT
  6. 6. ICT 4 SMART GRIDS – ES. DI APPLICAZIONI Simulazioni per la pianificazione, il progetto e la CBA Gestione di capacità sulla rete Gestione integrazione tra le reti, colli di bottiglia e blackout Gestione guasti (continuità di servizio) Gestione dell’inserimento di rinnovabili sulla rete (RES) Gestione dei «prosumers» (Smart Meetering e DER) Comunicazioni (IEC61850, LTE, ecc.) …
  7. 7. ICT 4 SMART GRIDS – ES1. DISTRIBUZIONE Cluster: C1 – INTEGRATION OF SMART CUSTOMERS Functional objective: D1 - Definition of Active Demand Priorities D1a. Smart Metering Infrastructure to measure energy consumption and apply time-of use tariffs D1b. Devices enabling visualization and control of consumers’ consumption using the latest technology (e.g. In-Home displays...) D1c. Communication infrastructures to support the whole system D1d. Smart Energy management boxes, smart plugs, smart appliances, interfaces for load control and solutions to communicate with consumers and with the smart appliances in the domestic environment D1e. Systems/solutions for demand modelling and forecasting D1f. Power market modelling to size the benefits of massive deployment of AD in distribution networks
  8. 8. ICT 4 SMART GRIDS – ES2. DISTRIBUZIONE Cluster: C2 - INTEGRATION OF DER AND NEW USES Functional objective: D3 – Integration of DER at low voltage Priorities D3a Grid support capabilities inverters adapted to distribution network requirements and needs D3b ICT infrastructure in low voltage networks for monitoring and control of SDER D3c Network monitoring systems and related communication infrastructure supporting small scale DER integration in low voltage networks D3d New actuators (e.g. switches) and new sensors (e.g. fault detectors, voltage and current sensors) for LV network, leading to new protection and control strategies D3e Models for simulating and studying the new systems’ impacts on LV network D3f Models and methods for evaluation of power quality focused mainly on harmonic distortion and power oscillations in LV network D3g Network management/control systems with, inter alia, self-healing capabilities for fault management in LV network D3h New tools for network planning and design with the ability to integrate conventional (passive) network simulations (load flow, etc.) with the simulation of active components and control algorithms
  9. 9. ICT 4 SMART GRIDS – ES3. TRASMISSIONE Cluster: C3 – NETWORK OPERATION Functional objective: T6 - Innovative tools and methods for pan-European network observability and controllability Priorities T6a - To assess and validate the performance of intelligent local sensors and data processing equipment (with sensor manufacturers) against the requirements of state estimation and dynamic simulation T6b - To develop local state models with a sufficient level of intelligence at the substation level and to use this valuable information with state estimators and dynamic simulation tools. T6c - To integrate forecast tools in real time control functions
  10. 10. ICT 4 SMART GRIDS – ES4. TRASMISSIONE Cluster: C4 – MARKET DESIGN Functional objective: T11 - Advanced tools for capacity allocation and congestion management Priorities T11a - To develop an algorithm for computing potential extra capacities in real time or as closely as possible; taking into account security criteria and without the need for counter-trading issues. T11b – To introduce simulation options that account for interactions between the various regulatory frameworks T11c - To develop an algorithm for computing potential extra capacities in real time or as closely as possible; taking into account security criteria and without the need for counter-trading issues
  11. 11. D1 - Definition of Active Demand 2 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 D2 - Enabling maximum energy efficiency in new or… D3 - Integration of DER at low voltage D4 - Integration of DER at medium voltage / high voltage D5 - Integration of storage D6 - Integration of infrastructure to host Electrical Vehicles D10 - Smart metering data utilization D9 - Network management methodologies for… D8 - Monitoring and Control of MV network D7 - Monitoring and Control of LV Network Distribution Hardware Maturity Level Software Maturity Level
  12. 12. T1 - Definition of scenarios for pan- European network… 2 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 T2 - Planning methodology for future pan-European… T3 - Demonstration of power technology to increase network… T4 - Demonstration of novel network architectures T5 - Interfaces for large-scale demonstration of renewable integration T6 - Innovative tools and methods for pan- European network… T10 - Advanced tools for pan-European balancing markets T9 - Innovative tools and approaches for pan- European network… T8 - Improved training tools and methods to ensure better… T7 - Innovative tools and methods for coordinated operation with stability… Transmission Hardware Maturity Level Software Maturity Level
  13. 13. LABELLING L’iniziativa Europea delle Smartgrid, EEGI, ha stabilito dei parametri di riconoscimento sulle nuove reti di trasmissione dell’energia, denominato Gold Label Circa 50 progetti a livello Europeo tra quelli che hanno partecipato ai primi due round di selezione hanno ottenuto il riconoscimento, 4 italiane, di cui due liguri: - Smartgen - Smart Polygeneration Microgrid
  14. 14. RIFERIMENTI Massimiliano Margarone massimiliano.margarone@gmail.com Nota di trasmissione dal Consiglio Europeo del 24 Ottobre 2014 http://www.governo.it/governoinforma/documenti/Cons iglioEuropeo23_24ottobre2014/conclusioni.pdf EEGI and labelling www.gridplus.eu/eegi

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