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Mr. satish kumar, schnieder electric

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Presentation by Mr. Satish Kumar, Schneider Electric at India Interior Summit 2012, Kempinski Ambience Hotel, Delhi, India

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Mr. satish kumar, schnieder electric

  1. 1. Next Generation EnergyManagementDr. Satish KumarSchneider ElectricNovember 2012
  2. 2. The Energy Dilemma: Opportunity or Threat? The facts The need vs Energy demand CO2 emissions to By 2050 avoid dramatic climate Electricity by 2030 changes by 2050 Source: IEA 2007 Source: IPCC 2007, figure (vs. 1990 level) Conflicts for Frequent Rising Climate change resource access power outages energy prices & control Schneider Electric © 2
  3. 3. Energy costs are not just rising,they are accelerating● Energy prices are increasing because of ● Increased demand ● Declining energy availability ● Looming threat of energy legislation● In the European Union, energy costs have increased 47%1 since 2003 and are projected to grow 30%2 in the next 5 years● In the US, electricity costs have increased 20%3 since 1995 and are projected to grow 10%4 in the next year 1 Eurostat, http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/eurostat/home, Includes average of EU 27 2 2009 Electric Market Forecasting Conference, Dr Stephan Sharma Schneidercost per kWh in United States from Energy Management Systems for Commercial Buildings, Pike Research, 2009 3 Average Electric © 4 Energy Information Administration 3
  4. 4. 1 unit saved in the home, office or factory saves 4.2 units at a typical Indian power plant.Schneider Electric © 4
  5. 5. Energy Efficiency is a Must● Cheaper ● Each energy unit saved avoids 4.2 energy units used for generation ● DR programs cost about half of the cost of generation● Faster ● Technology is available today with short term results ● Shorter Lead Time than New Supply● Cleaner ● “Negawatt” produces no environmental footprint● Energy Security ● EE is homegrown and a national asset ● Reduces reliance on imported fossil fuel sources (coal, natural gas, and oil) Schneider Electric © 5
  6. 6. Sustainability is a global, mainstreamissue Schneider Electric ©
  7. 7. Sustainable Growth Conundrum - I Total Floor Space (Billion m2) Vehicle Fleet (Millions)Includes Commercial and Residential Includes 2 and 3 wheelers, Passenger Vehicles, Buses and Trucks 377 5 7 41 X X 8 51Total Power Demand (Terawatt hours) Cement Demand (Million tonnes) Includes both Utilities and Captive 860 3870 X 5 700 X 7 127 Source: McKinsey analysis Schneider Electric ©
  8. 8. Sustainable Growth Conundrum - II World 29,381 China 6,550; 22% USA 5,595; 19%Russian federation 1,593; 5.4% India could become the India 1,427; 4.9% SECOND largest Japan 1,151; 3.9% emitter of GHG emissions in the world Latin America 1,068; 3.6% at a per capita Africa 889; 3% emission of 5 tonnes of CO2 Germany 804; 2.7% France 368; 1.3% UAE 147; 0.5% 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 Source: CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion IEA (2010) Schneider Electric © Million Tonnes of CO2
  9. 9. Technology as an EnablerSchneider Electric ©
  10. 10. The Jurassic Grid: Old-style PowerDistribution Centralised Generation Residential Industry Building Datacenter Transmission Distribution Commercial & Industrial • Central production adapting to demand • Production / consumption balance done by variation integrated utility companies • Top-down energy flow • Rather passive users Schneider Electric ©
  11. 11. Active Energy Management Through Smart Grid Demand / supply mgt : Active Energy Efficiency Energy visibility Energy control & optimisationCentralised 2Generation Electric Vehicles & 3 Energy Storage Residential Industry Building Datacenter Transmission Distribution Commercial & Industrial Renewable Energy Decentralised Plants Generation1 Communication and software at all levels of the Schneider Electric © 4 “Smart Grid”
  12. 12. Smart buildings can interact with the smartgrid to bring value to owners & occupants Schneider Electric ©
  13. 13. Smart buildings play a key role in tomorrow’sSmart Cities City Challenges SmartCity Solutions Smart Grid Managing the growing demand in electricity while improving customer service Smart Cities Smart Mobility Facilitating resident 5 domains of expertise mobility through better information & interoperability Integrated for performance Smart Water In a collaborative model Managing water hazards and growing water demand Smart Public Services Efficiently managing public safety, healthcare, and govt. administration Smart Buildings & Homes Optimizing resource consumption & comfort for buildings & homes Schneider Electric ©
  14. 14. Integration is key to optimise efficiency Energy Supervision managementEnergy data access Enterprise portal services at low cost POWER PROCESS & MACHINES WHITE SPACE Supervision BUILDING CONTROL SECURITY Supervision Schneider Electric ©
  15. 15. Smarter, converged solutions designed forhigh performance Interoperability and opennessConvergence to third party systems HVAC control Efficient & Productive Lighting control • Measure and control energy, automate, provide relevant diagnosis Access control • Manage processes • Make all the utilities of any Video security Infrastructure more efficient Electrical distribution Reliable Prevent from power outage & quality Energy monitoring variance Safe Motor control •Protect people and assets •Transform and distribute power safely Critical power Green IT data Make the connection of renewable energy sources easy, reliable and cost-effective Renewable energies Schneider Electric ©
  16. 16. StruxureWare Energy Identify your Energy Savings potential and prove itSchneider Electric © 16
  17. 17. StruxureWare Energy VideoSchneider Electric © 17
  18. 18. Remote monitoring through cloud Ener gy Onl i ne Cust om er Por t al St r uxur eW e ar Ener gy Si t e 1 Si t e 2 Si t e NData from Software (BMS,EMS, Data from Software (BMS,EMS, Data from Software (BMS,EMS, SCADA, Other) or Energy SCADA, Other) or Energy SCADA, Other) or Energy Meters Meters Meters Schneider Electric © 18
  19. 19. A True Energy Management Information System Data Data Multi-site Multi-site All Stakeholders All Stakeholders Aggregation Aggregation Electricity Offices Offices Corporate Corporate Cooling Heating Plants Plants Management Management Steam Water Facilities/Buildings Facilities/Buildings Gas Data centers Data centers Occupancy Public Kiosk Public KioskSchneider Electric © 19
  20. 20. Energy Advanced Single pane of Single pane of Validate the Validate the Communicate Communicate glass for energy glass for energy effectiveness of effectiveness of energy efficiency and energy efficiency and performance performance your energy your energy sustainability sustainability analysis, reporting analysis, reporting efficiency efficiency achievements via an achievements via an and presentation and presentation investments investments attractive Energy attractive EnergySchneider Electric © Kiosk Kiosk 20
  21. 21. Energy Performance - BenchmarkingSchneider Electric © 21 21
  22. 22. Energy Usage Intensity Metrics Schneider Electric © 22
  23. 23. Tracking savings Track your energy efficiency project ROISchneider Electric © 23 23
  24. 24. Calculate Equivalents …convey technical data in non-technical termsSchneider Electric © 24
  25. 25. Energy Analysis ViewsSchneider Electric © 25
  26. 26. Expert analysis: Retail OutletPerformance Comparison Observation: High Operating cost and Energy Consumption at 2 Retail outlets Schneider Electric © 26
  27. 27. Expert Analysis: PUE disturbance tracker for smooth operationObservation: Disturbance of PUE or Server Load can cause huge Down time losses andpenalties in Dollars. Need to check Harmonics and Voltage levels, if repeated frequentlySchneider Electric © 27
  28. 28. Interactive Map – Multi-site performance Schneider Electric © 28
  29. 29. ISO 50001: Energy Management System StandardSchneider Electric ©
  30. 30. ISO 50001 ●ISO 50001 is intended to Improve Energy Performance through activities like: ● Creation and achievement of energy performance goals ● Tracking key performance indicators ●ISO 50001 officially launched in June of 2011 with Schneider Electric’s World Headquarters “The Hive” as the first certified site, globally. Schneider Electric © 30
  31. 31. ISO 50001 – Framework Energy Management system (EnMS) must – be initiated by Top Management – have an identified person in charge – be communicated at all levels – comprise a detailed Energy policy – supported by solid measurement – include a Continuous Improvement process Schneider Electric © 31
  32. 32. On the Path to Net Zero Energy
  33. 33. TNT Centre • Hoofddorp, The NetherlandsOne of Europe’s most sustainable buildings ● Certified LEED Platinum ● 100% renewable energy ● GreenCalc+ 1006 ● 10% reduced total cost of ownership ● Positive energy ● 1.5% increase in workforce productivity Schneider Electric © ● Carbon neutral 33
  34. 34. Green Office Meudon • France ® The largest positive energy building in the world ● Energy production: 62 kWh/m2/yr ● Energy consumption: 39 kWh/m2/yr ● 10 years ahead of regulations ● Collaboration between developer, property manager, occupant, & Schneider ElectricSchneider Electric © 34
  35. 35. Horizon • Carros, FranceSchneider Electric zero energy R&D and manufacturing facility ● 40 kWh/m2/year ● 100% renewable energy ● Low Energy Certified ● Optimized space utilization (Effinergie BBC) ● Promotes synergies between R&D ● HPE QA Certified and production Schneider Electric © ● Grand Prix SIMI 2011 Winner ● Improved occupant well being 35
  36. 36. High-Performance Green Buildings Schneider Electric © 36
  37. 37. The HIVE • Paris, FranceFirst building in the world to earn ISO 50001 certification ● Corporate headquarters ● 35,000 m2 ● 1,850 employees ● 78 kWh/m2/year ● EN 16001, ISO 14001, & HQE certification (for both new construction & operations) Schneider Electric © 37
  38. 38. Genzyme Center • Cambridge, USAA landmark green building ● LEED Platinum ● 40,000 points of control ● 900 blinds, 7 heliostats & indoor chandeliers reflect natural light ● Reduced energy by 42% ● Reduced water usage by 34% ● Reduced sick time by 5% Schneider Electric © 38
  39. 39. Earth Rangers Centre • Ontario, CanadaA demonstration site for new and emerging sustainability technologies● LEED Gold for New Construction● LEED Platinum for Existing Buildings● Greenest building in Canada● StruxureWare Energy Operation for real-time energy management● 83% more efficient than national energy code (MNECB)● Schneider Electric Foundation investment Schneider Electric © 39
  40. 40. Bond University • Robina, AustraliaThe Mirvac School of Sustainable Development,a “Living Lab” for environmental studies● 82% reduced carbon emissions● 75% reduced energy use● 85% renewable energy sources● Greywater treatment & reuse reduces wastewater by 52%● 6-Star Green Star Design Rating Schneider Electric © 40
  41. 41. Capricorn Haus • Düsseldorf, GermanyA quintessential marriage of aesthetics and sustainability● Energy consumption 42 kWh/m2/yr —25% below EnEV requirements (Germany’s Energy Conservation Ordinance)● Personal environmental controls● Highly flexible space utilization● 24,000 points of control Schneider Electric © 41
  42. 42. Delta India Electronics • Gurgaon, India LEED Platinum flagship headquarters ● Intelligent Building Management System (iBMS) ● 35% reduced energy use ● 40% reduced water use ● renewable energy generation Schneider Electric © 42
  43. 43. About Schneider ElectricSchneider Electric © 43
  44. 44. Schneider Electric – the global specialistin energy management Balanced geographies – FY 2011salesbillion € sales Western North Europe(last twelve months) 32% America 23% Asia Pacificof sales in new economies Rest of 27%(last twelve months) World 18%people in 100+ countries Diversified end markets – FY 2011 sales Utilities & Infrastructure 24% Industrial & machines 22% Data centres 16% Non-residential buildings 29% Residential 9%of sales devoted to R&D Schneider Electric © 44
  45. 45. The Global Specialistin Energy Management Energy production Energy Energy & transmission Management Usage ●Wind energy Making energy… ●Appliances ●Safe ●Solar energy ●Climate control ●Reliable ●Hydro ●Efficient ●Security ●Biofuels ●Productive ●Lighting ●Green ●Hydrocarbons ●Machines ●Nuclear ●IT servers …with 30-70% savings everywhere Schneider Electric © 45
  46. 46. Schneider Electric India footprint 17,000+ 6 People AcquisitionsEmployee Inorganic strength (in past 24 months) growth 31 30,000+ Point of salesIndustrial Factories footprint Channel strength 2,000+ 1,000+ Partners R&D Staff R&D (based in India) focus Electric © Schneider 46
  47. 47. Our businesses in India Partner business Power LifeSpace LV power distribution Final power distribution • Circuit Breakers in buildings (ACB, RCD, SPD etc) • Wiring devices • Power monitoring & • Lighting controls correction systems •Cable management • Renewables systems • Energy consulting •Network connectivity servicesInfrastructure Buildings Industry ITMV power distribution Building management Industrial automation Back up Power and • Ring Main Units • Cameras • Process automation cooling solutions•MV Circuit Breakers • Fire panels • Machine automation • Back up inverters & • Scada DMS • security monitoring • Production UPS management • Batteries • Protection relays • Access control • Integrated building • Sensors & RFID •Surge protectors •Transformers management system • AC drives • Server Racks • Automation • Motor starters • Cooling solutions for•Maintenance service data centers Schneider Electric © 47

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