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Smart & Secured
UKRAINE ENERGY
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
Energy bills & Cash-flow – Meter 2 Cash process – Revenue assurance
 Incorrectly estimated readings,
 Non-technical loss...
Poor Grid quality and non efficient grid maintenance processes
 Huge number of outages
 Long time to restore
 Lack of e...
Security of the grid and energy supply process
 Disperse and out of date IT / OT Systems
 The aging critical infrastruct...
 Enhancement of quality of supply:
Reduce number of outages and their durations
 Advanced load management:
Implement and...
 Advanced demand management:
Reduce peak loads via load control
 Renewable energy integration:
Integrate net metering fu...
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
How the NES AMI Platform can help
Business Need = take the challenge and solve the issue
Energy bills & Cash-flow – Meter 2 Cash process – Revenue assurance
 Incorrectly estimated readings No more estimation – ...
Poor Grid quality and non efficient grid maintenance processes
 Huge number of outages
 Long time to restore
 Lack of e...
Security of the grid and energy supply process
 Disperse and out of date IT / OT Systems
 The aging critical infrastruct...
 Most Proven & Reliable: NES offers the same PLC technology that is powering almost
40M smart meters with millions deploy...
 Quality: Designed and tested for reliability (20 year life with < 0.2% annual failures).
 HALT/HASS, environmental, MTB...
16
 State-of-the-art Meter2Cash process
 Automated meter reading operation.
Eliminate estimates, re-reads and
reader err...
Benefits for DSO
Business Case Development 1/3
 NES, during the Implementation Planning
Phase will provide a Business Cas...
Field Operations & Outage Management
1. Manual meter reads (100% cost reduction)
2. Manual off-cycle meter reads (100% cos...
Field Operations & Outage Management
1. Transformer predictive maintenence against
failures (based on transformer montorin...
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
NES Estimation Highlights for
Lviv Turn Key AMI Pilot Project
Project Mission
.The Project Mission is to bring Ukraine energy grid in to the new era of
operations with outstanding leve...
Project Objectives:
The proposed implementation Project will have the
following main goals in order to meet Ukrainian Ener...
Lviv DSO Key Facts
24
Business Case Metrics
Project Life (Project Life is typically between 20 and 25 years) 16
Discount R...
Phase I – Proposed Setup
Phase I
• 304 604 Meters (SP-, PP- Meters) for Residential & Commercial customers - Installation
...
Architecture – Phase I
26
Phase I
Phase I – Turn Key Project Focused on Residential Meters
27
 Project exclusive deliverables:
 NES AMI-System including:
...
Based on the NES experience from similar implementation Projects, we present below the financial
estimation – only as an i...
Program Management – prefered method
Due to the complexity of the project that consist of number of defined multi-item sof...
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
NES Estimation Highlights for
ПАТ Волиньобленерго
Turn Key AMI Pilot Project
Project Mission
.The Project Mission is to bring Ukraine energy grid in to the new era of
operations with outstanding leve...
Project Objectives:
The proposed implementation Project will have the
following main goals in order to meet Ukrainian Ener...
ПАТ Волиньобленерго DSO Key Facts
34
Business Case Metrics
Project Life (Project Life is typically between 20 and 25 years...
Phase I – Proposed Setup
Phase I
• 304 604 Meters (SP-, PP- Meters) for Residential & Commercial customers - Installation
...
Architecture – Phase I
36
Phase I
Phase I – Turn Key Project Focused on Residential Meters
37
 Project exclusive deliverables:
 NES AMI-System including:
...
Based on the NES experience from similar implementation Projects, we present below the financial
estimation – only as an i...
Program Management – prefered method
Due to the complexity of the project that consist of number of defined multi-item sof...
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
NES Estimation Highlights for
KHMELNYTSKOBLENERGO
Turn Key AMI Pilot Project
Based on the NES experience from similar implementation Projects, we present below the financial
estimation – only as an i...
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
Process High
Data Volumes,
Share Relevant
Information
Eliminate Failure,
Sense and Respond,
Drive Total Reliability
Local,...
Proposed Solution Description
NES System – 3 Tier Architecture
Node Layer
Linux-based
Correlation of data from devices
USB...
Proposed Solution Description
OSGP Alliance
 Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) is an open standard used for smart
grid applications and digital metering worldwide
 Br...
48
 End-to-end device communications & control
 Three tier architecture for decentralized applications
 Multi-vendor, m...
Proposed Solution Description
NES System - Reliable Collection of Rich Data Set
No other vendor has been able to achieve t...
Proposed Solution Description
NES System - Reliable Collection of Rich Data Set
Why this is so important…?
• Decreased Non...
• Low Non-Technical losses (various meter types)
• Revenue protection – meter + analytics
• Collection improvements – Prep...
Proposed Solution Description
NES Architecture Benefits
52
 Maximizes grid intelligence while minimizing operating costs ...
53
We assume, Ukraine is considering the overall systems security as one of the most
important aspects for the technical e...
54
Always On
Security is a cornerstone of NES System and cannot
be removed. This is to minimize the risk of
misconfigurati...
55
End-to-End Security and Privacy
The NES architecture enables efficient and scalable
end-to-end protection (encrypted an...
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
A Legacy of Innovation; A Future Without Limits
From the Innovative Minds at Apple and Echelon, we have built Networked En...
1988
Echelon founded by
AC Markkula to create
energy control
solutions
1990
Launched the LonWorks
control networking
platf...
Worldwide Operations
 USA headquarters
 R&D Centers located in Silicon
Valley, Fargo, ND & Poland
 Regional Offices loc...
Italy
powers 30 million meters
United States
630K meters
Sweden
600K meters
Finland
670K meters
Netherlands
65K meters
Den...
Results Matter - Field Proven Reliability
Scalable to Millions smart meter devices in 1 year
ISO and EU MID Certified
Global markets: IEC (and BS), ANSI
Expansion f...
Why Choose NES?
Proven, Open, Multi-Application, Insight
Powering hundreds of
millions of smart grid
transactions daily
Sa...
Focus on Innovation—3 Tier Next Gen EAP
Platform Leveraging the Latest in Embedded Technologies
OSGP Alliance
Example OSGP Devices
• Solar Inverters
• Utilities can measure renewable energy generation
• Most solar systems include their own metering
• Co...
Smart City Linz
 250.000 (electricity) + district heating, gas and water
 load management (replacement of ripple control...
SMART CITY WROCLAW
CASE STUDY
TAURON OVERVIEW
TAURON OVERVIEW
OBJECTIVES
• 100% DATA
• 100% Connectivity
• Interchangeability
• Security
• Meter + GRID Sensor
• Open HAN port
• Optimal TCO
POLAND – SMART GRID STRATEGY
QUANTITY
users 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
PGE 5 000 000 250 000 250 000 500 000 1 000 000 1 000 000 1 000 000 1 00...
• DATA HUB - OIP
POLAND – SMART GRID STRATEGY
Data collection 15 min LP – SLA - 95% (n+6), 99,5% (n+36), 100% (n+
System performance SLA Universal interchangable HAN po...
80
TAURON OVERVIEW
81
TAURON OVERVIEW
COMPETITION LANDSCAPE
83
TAURON OVERVIEW
Key Safety Investment criteria
Objectives in TAURON roll out meet Regulatory approach
1. High SLA as a key project success...
TAURON Smart City Wrocław Overview
OSGP Smart Meters are MEP Enabled for all kind of
Applications - Future-proof, Secure and Inter-operable
• Water, Gas and ...
Project methodology with end2end Smart
Grid know-how
88
Project methodology with
end2end Smart Grid know-
how
89
89
Planning
Custmer
info
Planing area
Letter send
DC
Com.
Meter roll
out clean up Custermers
clean up
Installation
deli...
90
Teams managed
by Coordinators
Coordinators –
Leaders of teams
Coordinator
Rollout planning and
communication with
clien...
Use case
Voltage deviation location identification
User Experience
• Operations user interface
depicts power quality issue
• Correl...
Voltage deviation location identification
How it works
• ΔU >7V (3%) → Deviation
• LVGM + GIS maps sensor
location logical...
Outage and Power Quality Monitoring
• Outage and phase loss
• Sag and swell
• Over current
• Power factor
• THD
• Correlat...
Power Quality Monitoring (cont’d)
• Profiling Voltage values and
classification of Voltage variation
between phases brings...
Power Quality Monitoring
• Remotely Detect Power / Voltage
Quality issues
Power Quality Monitoring (cont’d)
• Analysis of the Supply Point Voltage series
compared to Transformer Output (or nearby ...
Power Quality Monitoring (cont’d)
• GIS integration helps identifying the point of failure
Agenda
1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES
experience
2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine
...
Thank you for your attention!
Презентація "Smart & Secured UKRAINE ENERGY",01.02.2017
Презентація "Smart & Secured UKRAINE ENERGY",01.02.2017
Презентація "Smart & Secured UKRAINE ENERGY",01.02.2017
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  1. 1. Smart & Secured UKRAINE ENERGY
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  3. 3. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  4. 4. Energy bills & Cash-flow – Meter 2 Cash process – Revenue assurance  Incorrectly estimated readings,  Non-technical losses,  Errors in reading proces,  Non-payment,  Delayed payments,  Bad debts,  Lack of revenue assurance processes DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs NES experience Many important business processes conducted by the DSO’s require re-engineering to increase operational and financial efficiency.
  5. 5. Poor Grid quality and non efficient grid maintenance processes  Huge number of outages  Long time to restore  Lack of energy quality control,  Lack of automation,  Poor grid technical status knowledge,  Technical losses  Lack of data for analytics . Many important business processes conducted by the DSO’s require re-engineering to increase operational and financial efficiency. DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs NES experience
  6. 6. Security of the grid and energy supply process  Disperse and out of date IT / OT Systems  The aging critical infrastructure (grid control, substation automation - if any)  Lack of well defined cyber security regulations and politics  Lack of control and update of security mechanisms  Lack of deep knowledge of potential security issues and security risk mitigation techniques Many important business processes conducted by the DSO’srequire re- engineering to increase operational and financial efficiency. DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs NES experience
  7. 7.  Enhancement of quality of supply: Reduce number of outages and their durations  Advanced load management: Implement and promote Time of Use tariffs  Operation & Maintenance labor cost reduction: limit need for personnel for basic activities and upgrade personnel skills  Customer satisfaction: Increase tariff options and implement outage management  Achieve financial efficiency of Meter to Cash process Reduce non-technical lossess and uncollectables  Enhance the overall security of the Grid and AMI Systems in particular Implement SmartGrid security mechanisms and processes DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs NES experience
  8. 8.  Advanced demand management: Reduce peak loads via load control  Renewable energy integration: Integrate net metering functionalities  Retail offer improvement: Provide new services to customers  Multipurpose billing services: Unify data collection for electricity, water and gas utilities DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs NES experience
  9. 9. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  10. 10. How the NES AMI Platform can help Business Need = take the challenge and solve the issue
  11. 11. Energy bills & Cash-flow – Meter 2 Cash process – Revenue assurance  Incorrectly estimated readings No more estimation – real consumption data  Non-technical losses Automatic Theft detection, Tampering alerts  Errors in reading proces, No more manual readings = no more errors  Non-payment, Service limit, Remote and automated disconnect/reconnect  Delayed payments, Service limit, Remote and automated disconnect/reconnect  Bad debts, Prepayment  Lack of revenue assurance All above processes How the NES AMI Platform can help NES AMI Platform
  12. 12. Poor Grid quality and non efficient grid maintenance processes  Huge number of outages  Long time to restore  Lack of energy quality control,  Lack of automation,  Poor grid technical status knowledge  Technical losses  Lack of data for analytics LV Clean-up, Outage detection, Fault detection support Outage detection, Fault detection support Various energy quality variables data collection Possible to manage LV grid & share LV data with SCADA Grid tech. data collection during clean-up and daily opps. Transformer monitoring & balacing, feeder level balancing Full data available NES AMI Platform How the NES AMI Platform can help
  13. 13. Security of the grid and energy supply process  Disperse and out of date IT / OT Systems  The aging critical infrastructure (grid control, substation automation - if any)  Lack of well defined cyber security regulations and politics  Lack of control and update of security mechanisms  Lack of deep knowledge of potential security issues and security risk mitigation techniques Full end to end system security implemented and described NES AMI Platform How the NES AMI Platform can help
  14. 14.  Most Proven & Reliable: NES offers the same PLC technology that is powering almost 40M smart meters with millions deployed now for 14+ years. This PLC technology averages 99.8%+ daily data availability and exceeds SLAs in the projects.  Most Secure: NES platform provides comprehensive multi-layer security as a vital national security requirement for Ukarine utilizing standards-based state-of-the-art security with advanced tamper/intrusion detection and upgradeable security without changing the hardware platform.  Interoperable: Based on open published standards (ETSI) and not proprietary closed standards. Supported by OSGP Alliance with multiple vendors and integrators, and interoperability testing and certification by DNV GL (KEMA).  Future proof: Modular meter and DC design enables future remote upgrades for new functionality and new security. Linux-based DC supports multiple smart grid applications, extensible I/O and distributed control.  Rugged: Reliability has been demonstrated and tested in harsh environments similar to some rural areas of Ukraine How the NES AMI Platform can help
  15. 15.  Quality: Designed and tested for reliability (20 year life with < 0.2% annual failures).  HALT/HASS, environmental, MTBF lifetime testing  Product, Operational and Institutional Quality Management Programs  Design for Manufacturing (DFM): Designed for easy portability and technology transfer to local production or local assembly.  Certified: All of our meters are MID certified by NMI and OSGP Certified by DNV GL (KEMA).  Grid Management: Advanced application platform for smart grid management—not just meters. LVGM (low voltage grid mapping) for topology management combined with tampering and power quality measurments for advanced grid analytics, in addition to the advanced load management.  Innovation: NES HQ and R&D are located in Silicon Valley; products are manufactured in EU. How the NES AMI Platform can help
  16. 16. 16  State-of-the-art Meter2Cash process  Automated meter reading operation. Eliminate estimates, re-reads and reader errors / fraud  Pre-payment  Reduction in non-technical losses  Terminal tamper detection even while the meter is powered down  Immunity to severe magnetic tamper  Neutral metering and disconnection  Load-side bypass checking  Reduction in technical losses  Automated transformer balancing  Right-sizing distribution transformers  Increase service offerings  Flexible multi-tariff  Integration of water, gas, distributed PV, storage, wind  Security, life-safety value-added services  Transformer protection and demand-side management  Rapid load reduction  Unique mapping of loads to transformers ensures correct load- reduction decisions  Enhanced reliability and quality of supply  Unique wire analysis by PLC enables prediction of transformer, cable, splice failures  Outage pinpointing through rapid restoration reporting solution  Grid management  Improved customer service  Immediate, 24/7 move-in/move-out processing  Reduction/elimination of billing errors  Immediate online investigation of power quality issues  Increase Grid Security Benefits for DSO How DSO will benefit from NES Architecture
  17. 17. Benefits for DSO Business Case Development 1/3  NES, during the Implementation Planning Phase will provide a Business Case report to Client to indicate an “operational ” cost - benefit business case evaluation, of a future AMI implementation throughout Client service territory.  The term “operational” means that the scope is focused on AMI specifically and a Client delineated set of potential costs and benefits.  In performing a future evaluation, NES uses methodologies that follow generally accepted professional industry standards in estimating these projected costs and benefits.  In connection with performing this evaluation, NES will examine and use documents and metrics that will be requested by NES and supplied by Client in order to customize the Business Case specifically for Client.  The NES evaluation includes the specification of 10 benefits for Field Operations and Outage management and 7 benefits for Billing, Customer Care and Others. Many of these benefits are avoided costs. Each benefit is built from a detailed understanding of the proposed business process change that will impact the activity area.  The financial impacts associated with AMI benefits are determined by comparing two states.  First, the “Before AMI Implementation” state will extrapolate Client’s current business structure and cost over time.  Second, an “After AMI Implementation” business state is similarly constructed, which estimates the impacts over time of automation.
  18. 18. Field Operations & Outage Management 1. Manual meter reads (100% cost reduction) 2. Manual off-cycle meter reads (100% cost reduction) 3. Manual disconnect/reconnects (100% cost reduction) 4. Single call dispatches for false meter issues (100% cost reduction) 5. Conduct remote meter sampling/testing (100% cost reduction) 6. AMR meter reads (80% cost reduction) 7. Voltage monitoring (80% cost reduction) 8. Outage assessment time (40% cost reduction) 9. Outage repair time (20% cost reduction) 10. False outage calls (80% cost reduction) Billing, Customer Care & Other 1. Power theft/tampering (70% cost reduction) 2. Support for Dynamic Pricing "Out-of-Box" (70% implementation cost reduction) 3. Incorrectly moved/orphaned meters (100% cost reduction) 4. Re-bills - annually (30% cost reduction) 5. Customer Inquiries/Billing Disputes (90% cost reduction) 6. Uncollectables (90% cost reduction) 7. Offering Prepaid (90% implementation cost reduction) Based on the interviews and deep understanding of our Client’s processes and infrastructure, NES is able to enrich Business Case by calculation of benefits, that are unique to our Client. (based on "benchmark" data that impact respective calculations) Benefits for DSO Business Case Development 2/3
  19. 19. Field Operations & Outage Management 1. Transformer predictive maintenence against failures (based on transformer montoring) 2. Power quelity isues (based on meter sensors capabilities) 3. LV grid behaviour continous monitoring (outage prediction – „meters as synchrophasors”) 4. Outage detections 5. Outage detection and Restoration Raporting (SAIDI / SAIFI) 6. Service Quality Assurance Application Billing, Customer Care & Other 1. Revenue loss 2. Prepayment 3. Customer portal Other values, that are specyfic for the given DSO – not calculated withi Business Case simple way Benefits for DSO Business Case Development 3/3
  20. 20. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  21. 21. NES Estimation Highlights for Lviv Turn Key AMI Pilot Project
  22. 22. Project Mission .The Project Mission is to bring Ukraine energy grid in to the new era of operations with outstanding level of safety, reliability and efficiency by implementing together a market leading Smart Metering / SmartGrid solution. This enables Ukraine DSO’s to provide to the community a continuous and qualitative supply with energy power at competitive prices, also to be an efficient public company in terms of financial results. 22
  23. 23. Project Objectives: The proposed implementation Project will have the following main goals in order to meet Ukrainian Energy Regulatory Office Objectives  Enhancement of quality of supply - Reduce number of outages and their durations  Advanced load management - Implement and promote Time of Use tariffs  Operation & Maintenance labor cost reduction - limit need for personnel for basic activities and upgrade personnel skills  Customer satisfaction - Increase tariff options and implement outage management  Achieve financial efficiency of Meter to Cash process - Reduce non-technical lossess and uncollectables  Enhance the overall security of the Grid and AMI Systems in particular - Implement SmartGrid security mechanisms and processes  Advanced demand management - Reduce peak loads via load control  Renewable energy integration - Integrate net metering functionalities  Retail offer improvement - Provide new services to customers  Multipurpose billing services - Unify data collection for electricity, water and gas utilities Facts and Challenges: Energy bills & Cash-flow – Meter 2 Cash process – Revenue assurance  Incorrectly estimated readings  Non-technical losses,  Errors in reading proces,  Non-payment,  Delayed payments,  Bad debts,  Lack of revenue assurance processes Poor Grid quality and non efficient grid maintenance processes  Huge number of outages  Long time to restore  Lack of energy quality control,  Lack of automation,  Poor grid technical status knowledge,  Technical losses  Lack of data for analytics Security of the grid and energy supply process  Disperse and out of date IT / OT Systems  The aging critical infrastructure (grid control, substation automation - if any)  Lack of well defined cyber security regulations and politics  Lack of control and update of security mechanisms  Lack of deep knowledge of potential security issues and security risk mitigation techniques Ukraine Current Situation 23
  24. 24. Lviv DSO Key Facts 24 Business Case Metrics Project Life (Project Life is typically between 20 and 25 years) 16 Discount Rate 2,00% Total Meters Installed Total Meters being replaced/Installed 304 604 Field Operations Cost Information (Note: enter utility data in yellow fields to derive benefit calculations) Number Of Off-Cycle Meter Reads Per Month 3 600 Number Of Disconnect/Reconnect Requests Monthly 1 080 Total Resources Assigned To Voltage Monitoring 2,00 Estimated Number of Annual Outages 7 400,00 Average Duration Per Outage (Hours) 0,47 Total Resources Assigned To Assess Outages 2,00 Total Resources Assigned To Outage Repair 50,98 Billing-Customer Care-Other Cost Information (Note: enter utility data in yellow fields to derive benefit calculations) Total Annual Revenue (based on total meters ordered - not based on total meter population) 1 967 186 760,00 ₴ % Annual Revenue Lost to Theft (estimate is 2% in U.S.) 3,00% Average monthly meter bill 538,00 ₴ Total number of bills sent out monthly 299 104 Estimated percent of billing related customer calls (Monthly) 5,00% Cost per inquiry 5,00 ₴ Percent of non-paying customers 2,60%
  25. 25. Phase I – Proposed Setup Phase I • 304 604 Meters (SP-, PP- Meters) for Residential & Commercial customers - Installation • Implementation of the Head-end System for Smart Meters (NES HES) + integration with grid • LV Grid Clean-up • Achieving Data Collection KPIs • Program Management Phase II • CT Meters for MV/LV Transformers • Balancing System • CT Smart Meters for Industrial Customers • Metering Infrsatructure Asset Management System • Business Processes Analysis and Re-engineering • Implementation of the Meter Data Management (MDM) • Integration into the third party CRM & Billing System for the Meter to Cash process 25
  26. 26. Architecture – Phase I 26 Phase I
  27. 27. Phase I – Turn Key Project Focused on Residential Meters 27  Project exclusive deliverables:  NES AMI-System including:  NES System Software – Smart Grid platform Software  Element Manager – HES System User Web Interface including AMI network Automated Topology Management (ATM)  AMI infrastructure components, including SP/PP-Phase Smart Meters, Distributed Control Nodes,  Program Management  All sub-project management and coordination  Result oriented approach  Requirements management approach  Organisation Change Management  Process Oriented implementation  Installation Logistics and Workforce Management 27
  28. 28. Based on the NES experience from similar implementation Projects, we present below the financial estimation – only as an initial forecast, that might change, due to new facts / knowledge regarding Client Enterprise strategy and challenges as well as NES and its Partners strategy changes Phase I – Turn Key Project Focused on Residential & Commercial Meters Financial Information Metering Infrastructure Elements + Installation Львов Meters 304 604 NES HES SYSTEM & Metering inftastructure $28 839 172 Installation and implementation Services $2 854 401 Integration, HW/SW Operating, Implementation and Maintenence Services Costs $554 290 TOTAL PHASE I $32 158 081 Return on Investment 16 years / 2% Interest $50 306 110
  29. 29. Program Management – prefered method Due to the complexity of the project that consist of number of defined multi-item software and infrastructure implementation areas (including Billing and CRM Project, that has to be fully coordinated with AMI and GMS implementation) and the number of the teams that will cooperate to achieve the goals agreed with OSHEE – NES and S&T strongly advice OSHEE to utilize the Program Management method, to keep the several parallel projects coordinated and governed properly.
  30. 30. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  31. 31. NES Estimation Highlights for ПАТ Волиньобленерго Turn Key AMI Pilot Project
  32. 32. Project Mission .The Project Mission is to bring Ukraine energy grid in to the new era of operations with outstanding level of safety, reliability and efficiency by implementing together a market leading Smart Metering / SmartGrid solution. This enables Ukraine DSO’s to provide to the community a continuous and qualitative supply with energy power at competitive prices, also to be an efficient public company in terms of financial results. 32
  33. 33. Project Objectives: The proposed implementation Project will have the following main goals in order to meet Ukrainian Energy Regulatory Office Objectives  Enhancement of quality of supply - Reduce number of outages and their durations  Advanced load management - Implement and promote Time of Use tariffs  Operation & Maintenance labor cost reduction - limit need for personnel for basic activities and upgrade personnel skills  Customer satisfaction - Increase tariff options and implement outage management  Achieve financial efficiency of Meter to Cash process - Reduce non-technical lossess and uncollectables  Enhance the overall security of the Grid and AMI Systems in particular - Implement SmartGrid security mechanisms and processes  Advanced demand management - Reduce peak loads via load control  Renewable energy integration - Integrate net metering functionalities  Retail offer improvement - Provide new services to customers  Multipurpose billing services - Unify data collection for electricity, water and gas utilities Facts and Challenges: Energy bills & Cash-flow – Meter 2 Cash process – Revenue assurance  Incorrectly estimated readings  Non-technical losses,  Errors in reading proces,  Non-payment,  Delayed payments,  Bad debts,  Lack of revenue assurance processes Poor Grid quality and non efficient grid maintenance processes  Huge number of outages  Long time to restore  Lack of energy quality control,  Lack of automation,  Poor grid technical status knowledge,  Technical losses  Lack of data for analytics Security of the grid and energy supply process  Disperse and out of date IT / OT Systems  The aging critical infrastructure (grid control, substation automation - if any)  Lack of well defined cyber security regulations and politics  Lack of control and update of security mechanisms  Lack of deep knowledge of potential security issues and security risk mitigation techniques Ukraine Current Situation 33
  34. 34. ПАТ Волиньобленерго DSO Key Facts 34 Business Case Metrics Project Life (Project Life is typically between 20 and 25 years) 16 Discount Rate 2,00% Total Meters Installed Total Meters being replaced/Installed 367 213 Field Operations Cost Information (Note: enter utility data in yellow fields to derive benefit calculations) Number Of Off-Cycle Meter Reads Per Month 3 123 Number Of Disconnect/Reconnect Requests Monthly 207 Total Resources Assigned To Voltage Monitoring 6,00 Estimated Number of Annual Outages 6 148,00 Average Duration Per Outage (Hours) 2,75 Total Resources Assigned To Assess Outages 8 Total Resources Assigned To Outage Repair 61,46 Billing-Customer Care-Other Cost Information (Note: enter utility data in yellow fields to derive benefit calculations) Total Annual Revenue (based on total meters ordered - not based on total meter population) 749 114 520,00 ₴ % Annual Revenue Lost to Theft (estimate is 2% in U.S.) 13,00% Average monthly meter bill 170,00 ₴ Total number of bills sent out monthly 259 488 Estimated percent of billing related customer calls (Monthly) 3,00% Cost per inquiry 9,52 ₴ Percent of non-paying customers 4,05%
  35. 35. Phase I – Proposed Setup Phase I • 304 604 Meters (SP-, PP- Meters) for Residential & Commercial customers - Installation • Implementation of the Head-end System for Smart Meters (NES HES) + integration with grid • LV Grid Clean-up • Achieving Data Collection KPIs • Program Management Phase II • CT Meters for MV/LV Transformers • Balancing System • CT Smart Meters for Industrial Customers • Metering Infrsatructure Asset Management System • Business Processes Analysis and Re-engineering • Implementation of the Meter Data Management (MDM) • Integration into the third party CRM & Billing System for the Meter to Cash process 35
  36. 36. Architecture – Phase I 36 Phase I
  37. 37. Phase I – Turn Key Project Focused on Residential Meters 37  Project exclusive deliverables:  NES AMI-System including:  NES System Software – Smart Grid platform Software  Element Manager – HES System User Web Interface including AMI network Automated Topology Management (ATM)  AMI infrastructure components, including SP/PP-Phase Smart Meters, Distributed Control Nodes,  Program Management  All sub-project management and coordination  Result oriented approach  Requirements management approach  Organisation Change Management  Process Oriented implementation  Installation Logistics and Workforce Management 37
  38. 38. Based on the NES experience from similar implementation Projects, we present below the financial estimation – only as an initial forecast, that might change, due to new facts / knowledge regarding Client Enterprise strategy and challenges as well as NES and its Partners strategy changes Phase I – Turn Key Project Focused on Residential & Commercial Meters Financial Information Metering Infrastructure Elements + Installation Волиньобленерго Meters 367 213 NES HES SYSTEM & Metering inftastructure $34 715 800 Installation and implementation Services $3 408 603 Integration, HW/SW Operating, Implementation and Maintenence Services Costs $570 900 TOTAL PHASE I $38 588 911 Return on Investment 16 years / 2% Interest $57 369 165
  39. 39. Program Management – prefered method Due to the complexity of the project that consist of number of defined multi-item software and infrastructure implementation areas (including Billing and CRM Project, that has to be fully coordinated with AMI and GMS implementation) and the number of the teams that will cooperate to achieve the goals agreed with OSHEE – NES and S&T strongly advice OSHEE to utilize the Program Management method, to keep the several parallel projects coordinated and governed properly.
  40. 40. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  41. 41. NES Estimation Highlights for KHMELNYTSKOBLENERGO Turn Key AMI Pilot Project
  42. 42. Based on the NES experience from similar implementation Projects, we present below the financial estimation – only as an initial forecast, that might change, due to new facts / knowledge regarding Client Enterprise strategy and challenges as well as NES and its Partners strategy changes Phase I – Turn Key Project Focused on Residential & Commercial Meters Financial Information Metering Infrastructure Elements + Installation Kamianet Meters 41,823 NES HES SYSTEM & Metering inftastructure $3,566,932 Installation and implementation Services $441,665 Integration, HW/SW Operating, Implementation and Maintenence Services Costs $251,724 TOTAL PHASE I $4,260,321 Return on Investment 16 years / 2% Interest $4,411,502
  43. 43. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  44. 44. Process High Data Volumes, Share Relevant Information Eliminate Failure, Sense and Respond, Drive Total Reliability Local, Real-Time, Autonomous Decisions Make it Easy to Add Applications, Over Time Proposed Solution Description NES System - The Energy Control Network for Grid Modernization
  45. 45. Proposed Solution Description NES System – 3 Tier Architecture Node Layer Linux-based Correlation of data from devices USB connectivity to other devices & networks LV Grid Mapping Apps for local data processing and delegated control from head-end Control of communication, no lost bandwidth due to collisions Prescribes repeater path for all communication Discovery of newly installed or orphaned devices Maintains most efficient communication path to all devices at all times, dynamic update to new conditions Automatic collection of all data records to DC as soon as available Data Center Software Meter to DC assignment reducing cross talk influences DC function configuration to ensure adequate time for communication Analytics coordinating across all levels of architecture New Grid Apps with modern customizable UIs Expanded integration and device communications ability Enable both apps and monitoring/grid health dashboard Grid Sensors/Meters New communication media underneath OSGP GPRS/UMTS point-to-point, Wireless Meshing BPSK proven, reliable PLC technology High speed PL (G3 or IEEE 1901.2) Security enhancement (AES encryption, key management services) Measures signal strength and margin on all communications All devices can act as repeaters for communication and discovery Headroom for new firmware enhancements and new features, expand networking expansion Other protocols transported by OSGP, i.e. DLMS
  46. 46. Proposed Solution Description OSGP Alliance
  47. 47.  Open Smart Grid Protocol (OSGP) is an open standard used for smart grid applications and digital metering worldwide  Brings high-performance and reliability TODAY  Best-in-class CENELEC A-band power line performance  Highly efficient and scalable communications and control protocol  Adaptive and directed meshing  Provides headroom to grow and support future applications  Built-in, mandatory security and privacy for every data exchange  Interoperability with other standards  Enables technology evolution while preserving past investments Proposed Solution Description NES System - OSGP Is Built For a Networked Grid
  48. 48. 48  End-to-end device communications & control  Three tier architecture for decentralized applications  Multi-vendor, multi-device interoperability  The highest communication reliability in the industry, > 99.8%)  Automatic topology management - OSGP-based systems automatically discover the power line topology, meters and other devices connected to the power line, and can report this information back to the utility data center.  Rich power-quality data to enable sophisticated smart grid applications.  Secure firmware upgrades over the network.  Non-meter devices can use the OSGP infrastructure to communicate with the utility’s enterprise software. This makes the meter and other OSGP device data available to new smart grid applications. Proposed Solution Description OSGP Protocol Capabilities
  49. 49. Proposed Solution Description NES System - Reliable Collection of Rich Data Set No other vendor has been able to achieve this! Why this is so important?
  50. 50. Proposed Solution Description NES System - Reliable Collection of Rich Data Set Why this is so important…? • Decreased Non-Technical Losses • Advanced tariff plans (TOU, CPP) • Demand Management • Reliable and rich meter data • Decreased OPEX • Low Non-Technical losses • Automated processes & workflows • Clean & consistent data • Ready for Various market models • Ready for unboundling • Revenue Protection – meter & system • Collection improvements • Low Technical losses • Advanced maintenance – CBM/PBM • Asset lifecycle management • Automated grid operations management • Low SAIDI & SAIFI • Right decisions • Low risk • Secure planning AMI Value Reverse pyramid - standard Benefits based on current data access
  51. 51. • Low Non-Technical losses (various meter types) • Revenue protection – meter + analytics • Collection improvements – Prepaid • Decreased Technical losses – meters/sensors • LV grid operations management – SCADA/GIS • Outage management – lower SAIDI / SAIFI • Advanced tariff plans (TOU, CPP) • Demand Management • Reliable and rich meter data • Decreased OPEX • Automated processes & workflows • Clean & consistent data • Ready for Various market models • Ready for unboundling • Revenue Protection – analytical • Collection improvements – smart collection • Low Technical losses • Advanced maintenance – CBM/PBM • Asset lifecycle management • Automated grid operations management • Low SAIDI & SAIFI • Right decisions • Low risk • Secure planning Proposed Solution Description NES System - Reliable Collection of Rich Data Set Why this is so important…? AMI Value Reverse pyramid – NES advanced version Benefits based on current data access
  52. 52. Proposed Solution Description NES Architecture Benefits 52  Maximizes grid intelligence while minimizing operating costs by embedding communications and monitoring directly into the electricity grid.  Creates an open environment for competitive services to adapt, modify, and extend their energy and metering services, using market-leading software, hardware, and service providers.  Eliminates risk by freeing a utility to focus on its primary network asset — the electricity grid— by leveraging established, IP-based backhaul communications providers regardless of technology.  Delivers certainty that the system will perform to customers’ and stakeholders’ expectations through a history of reliability, performance, and cost savings provided to tens of millions of homes.  Future proof supporting integration and interoperability with different technologies, vendors and protocols
  53. 53. 53 We assume, Ukraine is considering the overall systems security as one of the most important aspects for the technical evaluation for the smart metering system as a national security concern for Ukraine. The Networked Energy Services (NES) infrastructure provides many mechanisms to ensure the security and reliability of data collection, transfer and storage. Multi-layer security is an integral part of the NES system architecture, and both authentication and encryption are mandatory in the system. All data in every message - regardless of protocol or medium - is encrypted end-to-end for each link from the meter to NES System Software, and back again. This protects the privacy of customer information, and ensures data integrity. In addition, every message is authenticated. Proposed Solution Description Security
  54. 54. 54 Always On Security is a cornerstone of NES System and cannot be removed. This is to minimize the risk of misconfiguration and to mitigate a whole class of attacks that aim to disable or subvert security mechanisms. Efficient and Reliable The hardware, software, and the network architecture that brings it all together have been carefully selected and optimized for even the most resource-constrained and unreliable networks and devices. As a result, NES System delivers exceptional performance and reliability while maintaining a secure system. Professional Security Audits and Research NES System is regularly audited by professional third- party security experts to make sure our solution’s security guarantees are met in theory as well as in practice. NES is also engaged in academia to follow and help advance the state-of-the-art in grid security. Best Practices The design and implementation of NES System strictly follows modern and proven best practices and recommendations from security experts and renowned organizations such as NIST and ENISA. Key management, selection of cryptographic algorithms, key lengths, security protocols, audit logging, and intrusion detection are just some of the areas where NES System relies on decades of security research and proven methods. Disaster Recovery Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a perfect threat-prevention system for smart grids in practice. NES System is therefore designed to provide the information and tools needed so utilities can thrive in the face of cyberattacks and business crises. Transparency NES system does not, and will never, use or rely on proprietary protocols or algorithms. The NES security system is secure even if everything about it, except the keys, is known. Proposed Solution Description NES System – Security 1/2
  55. 55. 55 End-to-End Security and Privacy The NES architecture enables efficient and scalable end-to-end protection (encrypted and authenticated) of customer data and meter management. This ensures that customer data originating from a meter is unreadable until it reaches the utility’s central system, and that only the central system is able to reconfigure the meters. Compartmentalization Smart meter deployments can contain millions of meters located in potentially hostile environments. In Patagonia, a meter compromise does not lead to the compromise of other meters or nodes in the grid. This minimizes the risk of attacks spreading from the millions of edges in a grid and reduces the impact of meter compromises in general. Device Security NES meters and data concentrators (DCs) are fully equipped with modern software and hardware tamper-prevention and detection mechanisms. Meter HSMs, encrypted key stores, and physical tamper alarms are just some of the mechanism in place to prevent and detect physical tampering of a meter or a DC. Network Security All network links in Patagonia provide confidentiality (encryption), integrity, mutual authentication, and replay protection. Denial of Service; and other availability-limiting scenarios, are mitigated as much as the underlying network infrastructure allows for. Key Management Keys are automatically updated/renewed on a regular basis with respect to a key life cycle configuration, and can also be revoked and updated manually. This reduces the overall risk of compromised keys. Proposed Solution Description NES System – Security 2/2
  56. 56. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  57. 57. A Legacy of Innovation; A Future Without Limits From the Innovative Minds at Apple and Echelon, we have built Networked Energy Services with the leading minds and technology to usher in a new era of smart energy to make the world a better place. Smart Computing Innovation Smart Communications Innovation Smart Grid Innovation
  58. 58. 1988 Echelon founded by AC Markkula to create energy control solutions 1990 Launched the LonWorks control networking platform 2010 1998 IPO on NASDAQ 2000 Won Enel contract for enabling technology for 30M+ smart meters 2005 Won first major NES production customer: Vattenfall Sweden 2012 2011 First major streetlighting win in China 2000 Honeywell makes global commitment to LonWorks 2009 Won Duke Energy contract 2009 LonWorks becomes global ISO standard for building controls 1999 LonWorks becomes US national control standard 2004 US Army Corps of Engineers standardizes on LonWorks smart buildings 2006 LonWorks becomes China national control standard Pioneering Energy Control
  59. 59. Worldwide Operations  USA headquarters  R&D Centers located in Silicon Valley, Fargo, ND & Poland  Regional Offices located throughout the world including Poland, Germany, Austria, UK, Netherlands, Taiwan, UAE & Lebanon  Products are Designed in the USA/Europe, Manufactured in Europe (Poland).  Partners include Mitsubishi, Apator, Panasonic, Oracle, etc. make OSGP compatible products & software
  60. 60. Italy powers 30 million meters United States 630K meters Sweden 600K meters Finland 670K meters Netherlands 65K meters Denmark 390K meters Sweden 400K meters Sweden 38K meters Austria 175K meters Denmark 170K meters Poland 330K meters Russia 410K meters Denmark 235K meters South Africa 35K meters Actual projects running for years, with industry-leading reliability and performance History of Successful Projects
  61. 61. Results Matter - Field Proven Reliability
  62. 62. Scalable to Millions smart meter devices in 1 year ISO and EU MID Certified Global markets: IEC (and BS), ANSI Expansion factories in planning in the Middle East and Caribbean Designed in California, Built in the European Union
  63. 63. Why Choose NES? Proven, Open, Multi-Application, Insight Powering hundreds of millions of smart grid transactions daily Safe Choice Proven Partner Open Standard InsightMulti-Application Open and extensible at every level of the architecture Future-proof Beyond AMI; add more applications and services over time Best ROI Local intelligence and data points allow utilities to troubleshoot and predict more network problems Reduce costs Improve reliability (99+%) Represents Highly Attractive Adjacency to Existing Business
  64. 64. Focus on Innovation—3 Tier Next Gen EAP Platform Leveraging the Latest in Embedded Technologies
  65. 65. OSGP Alliance
  66. 66. Example OSGP Devices
  67. 67. • Solar Inverters • Utilities can measure renewable energy generation • Most solar systems include their own metering • ControlPoint can attach an Inverter to AMI • EV charging stations • Distributed Control via Edge Control Node • Manage charge times, Manage load • Grid Automation • Transformer Asset Management • CT metering plus multiple sensor inputs • Monitoring switch gear / automatic re-closers • Power factor controllers • Load Management controls Some Smart Grid Devices
  68. 68. Smart City Linz  250.000 (electricity) + district heating, gas and water  load management (replacement of ripple control system):  Energy related services:  Substations Monitoring  Automated Street Lighting  Individual billing (sub-metering for third parties)
  69. 69. SMART CITY WROCLAW CASE STUDY
  70. 70. TAURON OVERVIEW
  71. 71. TAURON OVERVIEW
  72. 72. OBJECTIVES
  73. 73. • 100% DATA • 100% Connectivity • Interchangeability • Security • Meter + GRID Sensor • Open HAN port • Optimal TCO
  74. 74. POLAND – SMART GRID STRATEGY
  75. 75. QUANTITY users 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 PGE 5 000 000 250 000 250 000 500 000 1 000 000 1 000 000 1 000 000 1 000 000 TAURON 5 200 000 260 000 260 000 520 000 1 040 000 1 040 000 1 040 000 1 040 000 ENEA 2 200 000 110 000 110 000 220 000 440 000 440 000 440 000 440 000 ENERGA 2 800 000 140 000 140 000 280 000 560 000 560 000 560 000 560 000 RWE 900 000 45 000 45 000 90 000 180 000 180 000 180 000 180 000 Other 400 000 20 000 20 000 40 000 80 000 80 000 80 000 80 000 TOTAL: 16 500 000 825 000 825 000 1 650 000 3 300 000 3 300 000 3 300 000 3 300 000 POLAND – SMART GRID STRATEGY
  76. 76. • DATA HUB - OIP POLAND – SMART GRID STRATEGY
  77. 77. Data collection 15 min LP – SLA - 95% (n+6), 99,5% (n+36), 100% (n+ System performance SLA Universal interchangable HAN port POLAND – SMART GRID STRATEGY
  78. 78. 80 TAURON OVERVIEW
  79. 79. 81 TAURON OVERVIEW
  80. 80. COMPETITION LANDSCAPE
  81. 81. 83 TAURON OVERVIEW
  82. 82. Key Safety Investment criteria Objectives in TAURON roll out meet Regulatory approach 1. High SLA as a key project success criteria - end-to-end solution providers - reliable , experience protocol 2. Features: - Minimum 128 bit Encryption - HAN – open port - no limiting of any PLC technology - open solution 2. Interchangebility and interoperability project scope with 2 vendors - legal and procurrement docuemntation - real intechangability 3. Decision criteria and scope - KPI
  83. 83. TAURON Smart City Wrocław Overview
  84. 84. OSGP Smart Meters are MEP Enabled for all kind of Applications - Future-proof, Secure and Inter-operable • Water, Gas and Heat meters • Load control devices • In-Home Displays • Home gateways • Additional security services • And much, much more!
  85. 85. Project methodology with end2end Smart Grid know-how
  86. 86. 88 Project methodology with end2end Smart Grid know- how
  87. 87. 89 89 Planning Custmer info Planing area Letter send DC Com. Meter roll out clean up Custermers clean up Installation delivery Com. clean up Statistic period SAT-N delivery SAT-N deliveries FA delivery SAT-N deliveries SAT-N deliveries Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Step 11 Milestone Milestone Milestone Project methodology with end2end Smart Grid know- how
  88. 88. 90 Teams managed by Coordinators Coordinators – Leaders of teams Coordinator Rollout planning and communication with client Coordinator Installation teams management in the field Coordinator Supply technical verification and complain management Coordinator Communication infrastructure preparation (LV/MV stations) Coordinator Utilization of old meters management Coordinator Analytical and diagnosic tools Coordinator Parametrization and order management Coordinator Development Coordinator Implementation and integration Coordinator IT security management Coordinator Incidents and IT attacks management ROLLOUT AREA MANAGER HARDWARE AREA MANAGER IT, SECURITY, INTEGRATION SERVICES MANAGER Project Office Financial Controller Risk Management Officer Processes and Change Management Officer Quality and SLA management Officer EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR STARTEGIC MANAGEMENT OF SMART GRID PROGRAM Team Take off of old meters Team IT security Team Incidents and IT attacks Team Analysys and architecture Team Implementation and maintenance Team Development Team Testers Team HW &SW requirements Team Meter parametrization Team Call Center services Team Analytical and diagnosic services Team electric fitters & installers Team Technical pilot installation Team Technical support Team Service of ordersTeam Logistic and warehouse management Coordinator Trainings Coordinator Operational level of communication with client Project methodology with end2end Smart Grid know-how
  89. 89. Use case
  90. 90. Voltage deviation location identification User Experience • Operations user interface depicts power quality issue • Correlating information from multiple sensing points and GIS information allows source identification of issue • Precise work instruction to resolve issue reduces time to trouble shoot in the field • No customer visits to locate issue location required
  91. 91. Voltage deviation location identification How it works • ΔU >7V (3%) → Deviation • LVGM + GIS maps sensor location logically and geographically • Fault location between fist sensor with deviation and after last without Per Phase Voltage Measurements in 3-phase distribution grid User Experience Data Analysis Sensor Network Capture Data Data becomes Insight Display actionable, accurate Grid Information
  92. 92. Outage and Power Quality Monitoring • Outage and phase loss • Sag and swell • Over current • Power factor • THD • Correlate information from all meters in the LV grid
  93. 93. Power Quality Monitoring (cont’d) • Profiling Voltage values and classification of Voltage variation between phases brings immediate, at a glance view of an issue with the earth connection on a particular feeder
  94. 94. Power Quality Monitoring • Remotely Detect Power / Voltage Quality issues
  95. 95. Power Quality Monitoring (cont’d) • Analysis of the Supply Point Voltage series compared to Transformer Output (or nearby meter) [dotted lines = end-user supply point]
  96. 96. Power Quality Monitoring (cont’d) • GIS integration helps identifying the point of failure
  97. 97. Agenda 1. Ukraine DSO Issues, challenges and Business needs – NES experience 2. How the NES AMI Platform can help Ukraine 3. Smart LVIV OBLENERGO 4. Smart VOLYN OBLENERGO 5. Smart KHMELNYTSK OBLENERGO 6. Proposed Solution Description 7. NES Capabilities & Experience 8. Questions
  98. 98. Thank you for your attention!

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