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Capital Summit 2015, Elnos Group - Smart cities: Energy control and management
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Elnos Group - Smart cities: Energy control and management, presentation held within the Capital Summit 2015 organized by NALED and City of Belgrade, with the support of Elnos group, Star Refrigeration&Emerson Techologies and Siemens.

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Capital Summit 2015, Elnos Group - Smart cities: Energy control and management

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  4. 4. U R MILLENNIUM POPULATION R 2009: 50% OF THE WORLDS POPULATION LIVES IN CITIES R 2030: URBAN POPULATION WILL GROW FROM 3.5 BILLION TO 4.7 BILLION ECONOMY ~ 50% OF GLOBAL GDP IS PRODUCED IN 600 CITIES R BY 2025, 40% OF GLOBAL GDP GROWTH WILL BE GENERATED BY CITIES ENVIRONMENT CITIES STAND FOR « TWO-THIRDS OF THE WORLDS ENERGY « 60% OF ITS DRINKING WATER «- UP TO W OF ITS (:02 EMISSIONS 0 sums EHDI. /P
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  6. 6. SMART LIGHT
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  9. 9. ENERGY MANAGEMENT ‘. A ”, , ' . A‘ -' Tr 4.. «$6 ": - ‘1 D T. >' .4‘ 4 hr». -AA, ‘
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  15. 15. SM/ ~RT CITY CONCEPTS Smart Governance and Smart Education Smart Smart Energy Building Smart Smart Technology MobI| Ity Smart Infrastructure
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  17. 17. MODERN DISTRIBUTION COMPANY GENERATI HRANSMB CONSUMPTION I it? S 25’ W E (1)
  18. 18. THE STRUCTURAL INCREASE IN ENERGY CONSUMPTION o POPULATION GROWTH - NEW TYPES OF CONSUMERS ( E. G. CHARGERS OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES, IT TECHNOLOGY. ... .) IRE A CHANGE OF » THE REOUEST FOR REOucTIOfi DACH e INCREASE ELECTRICAL ENERGY RICE EVOLUTION OF THE ELECTRICITY MARKET e DEREGULATION e INTERMITTENT RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES l‘“". ”"l “, u “(,2 ‘E -E} 5 EL N05 Us EHDI. /P ’/ /llfll| ““
  19. 19. KEY FACTORS REOUIRE A CHANGE OF APPROACH CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS o INCREASED RELIABILITY AND OUALITY OF SERVICE o DEMAND FOR BETTER ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 6 WILLINGNESS TO PROACTIVELY MANAGE THEIR OWN CONSUMPTION TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION « ICT TECHNOLOGIES HAVE BECOME AVAILABLE - ENERGY STORAGE IS RISING (CAR CHARGER) um I‘‘" - '/ z , s‘ N"? ‘E '5} EL N05 x/ ,. EHDI. /P ’/ IImII“‘
  20. 20. CONTINUITY OF SERVICE DELIVERY AND ENSURING THE SECURITY OF ENERGY SUPPLY <svsIemITRIEeRI; aII; IENOES OF RISIERI, NCO M PANY TCO: OPEX I CAPEX FAST RETURN ON INVESTMENT (ROI) THE OUALITY OF THE DELIVERED ENERGY STRUGGLE AGAINST POLLUTION POWER (HARMONICS, REACTIVE POWER. ..) l‘“". ”"l “,1 .4," ‘E -5} . - EL N05 x/ ,$ EHDI. /P ’/ IImII“‘
  21. 21. THE CHALLENGES OF MODERN DISTRIBUTION COMPANY SMART GRID IN THE CONTEXT OF EU DECLARATIONS: 20:20:20 THE INTEGRATION OF DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SOURCES OF RENEWABLE ENERGY: INTELLIGENT NETWORKS, ENERGY MANAGEMENT, WHICH COMES FROM MANY SOURCES: 0 SMART METERS 0 OPTIMIZATION OF PRODUCTION / CONSUMPTION 0 ENERGY STORAGE - COMMUNICATION AND INTELLIGENCE EVERYWHERE
  22. 22. 0 THE INTEGRATION OF SOLAR AND WIND POWER PLANTS SM3G£RTl'N GRlfl2nA(flBLrIErBNTsEzfirHN 0 LOGY 0 INTEGRATION OF SY O T UALITY OF SUPPLIED ELECTRIC ENERGY AW '5EW| “CEE9 0 INCREASING THE NUMBER OF CONTROLLABLE AND SUPERVISORY SS IN MV NETWORK 0 MANAGING NN NETWORK 0 TELECOMMUNICATIONS PROJECT FOR THE ENTIRE CITY 0 SETTING UP THE BASE STATION
  23. 23. SMART CITYENOVI SA PROJECT YEAR 2014 e» INTEGRATED REMOTE MANAGEMENT - IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW EQUIPMENT AND IMPROVING THE EXISTING SYSTEM e MONITORING THE QUALITY OF ENERGY SUPPLIED FROM SS MV/ LV 6 INCREASE RELIABILITY AND SECURITY OF THE SYSTEM -» ANALYSIS OF THE SITUATION IN MV NETWORK IN REAL TIME as REDUCING THE NUMBER OF FAILURES AND NETWORK LOSSES - REDUCTION OF MAINTENANCE COSTS e ADDITIONAL REVENUES - NEW SERVICES ‘| l"_lll' N05 ‘/3: snaur '01:: u‘‘‘
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  27. 27. 0 SPEED OF RETURNING CUSTOMER TO THE NETWORK AFTER A FAILURE - READINESS TO ACCEPT A LARGE NUMBER OF RENEWABLE RESOURCES AND TO CONTROL THEIR VOLTAGE AND BALANCES PRODUCTION 0 INCREASED SAFETY ANBENEIFFI‘-I-sIETWORK, 0 REDUCED PEAK CONSUMPTION AND ELECTRICITY LOSSES 0 IMPROVED PERFORMANCE INDEXES, 0 BETTER UTILIZATION OF ENERGY FACILITIES - REDUCED INVESTMENT
  28. 28. BENEFITS 0 IMPROVED POWER OUALITY, 0 IMPROVED CUSTOMER SERVICE (MONITORING OF CONSUMPTION BY CUSTOMERS- HOME DISPLAYS) R NEW SERVICES (INTERNET, IP TELEPHONY, IP TV, DISCOUNTS ON PREPAID CARDS, THE PROMOTION OF NEW SERVICES. ..) R ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF PUBLIC LIGHTING, - THE INCREASE COMPANY REVENUE. um N" - '/ z , s‘ N"? ‘E '5} EL ND 5 x/ ,. EHDI. /P ’/ IImII“‘
  29. 29. ABOUT ELNOS GROUP ELNOS GROUP IS INTERNATIONAL CONCERN FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. BY NURTURING A 70-YEAR-LONG TRADITION, ELNOS GROUP APPLIES ITS KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE IN BUILDING LASTING VALUES. NUMEROUS PROJECTS HAVE RANKED US AMONG THE LEADING COMPANIES FOR FACILITIES OF UP TO ZIOO KV WITHIN: POWER STATIONS, POWER NETWORKS, INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS, INDUSTRY AND INSTALLATIONS.
  30. 30. ELNOS GROUP TODAY - ELNOS BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, an. ..- - ELNOS SERBIA, * - ELNOS INZENJERINO MONTENEGRO, - ELNOS MACEDONIA, - ELNOS NORDIC SwEDEN, - ELNOS VIENNA AUSTRIA, I . . ». - ELNOS CROATIA, . - ELNOS GERMANY, REPRESENTATIVE OEEICE, - ELNOS ICELAND, REPRESENTATIVE OEEICE.
  31. 31. PORTFOLIO 0 DESIGN OFFICE 0 POWER PLANTS 0 POWER TRANSFORMER STATIONS AND SWITCHYARDS - TRANSMISSION LINES 0 INFRASTRUCTURE 0 INDUSTRY AND INSTALLATIONS 0 CIVIL ENGINEERING WITHIN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
  32. 32. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION MOMIR STANOJEVIC, M. Sc. E.E. Director of International Market Sales, EInOS Group momir. StanojeViC@eInosbl. Com

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