Schneider Electric 1- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Smart Grid Market & TrendsRick JoyceDirector, Smart Grid IT - N...
Schneider Electric 2- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013All countries have a different Energy equation tosolve but all ...
Schneider Electric 3- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Recent events have complicated the equationand balance of elect...
Schneider Electric 4- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Recent events have complicated the equationand balance of elect...
Prioritization of Smart GridDevelopment varies with regionsof the world
Schneider Electric 6- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Transmission overload& aging infrastructure• Blackouts• Critica...
Schneider Electric 7- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Regional Smart Grid Priorities & Momentum●Distribution Automati...
Schneider Electric 8- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013IndustryBuildingsData CentresInfrastructureResidentialElectric ...
Schneider Electric 9- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Market Projections:Estimates of the size of the smart grid mark...
Schneider Electric 10- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Pike Research Markets by ApplicationIn our areas of applicatio...
Schneider Electric 11- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Transmission DistributionCentralised GenerationIndustryBuildin...
Schneider Electric 12- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013… leading to a complex competitive environmentCustomers (utili...
Schneider Electric 13- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Transmission DistributionCentralised GenerationIndustryBuildin...
Schneider Electric 14- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013… where success in Smart Grid requires an“Integrated IT&OT Str...
Schneider Electric 15- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013We are now regarded as a leader in a verycompetitive and chang...
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What’s new in the smart grid - Latest developments and trends and what it means for the future

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First, a big picture view of global trends over the last two years, then an analysis as to what this means to Schneider Electric customers in different geographies of the world.

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  • And these change lead to a new grid equation: SD + SS + DR = the smart grid. SE is into SD. SE is into SS. And SE is now into DR. See next page for detailed decsription of 5 domains.
  • What’s new in the smart grid - Latest developments and trends and what it means for the future

    1. 1. Schneider Electric 1- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Smart Grid Market & TrendsRick JoyceDirector, Smart Grid IT - North AmericaTweet Live!#SchneiderXE
    2. 2. Schneider Electric 2- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013All countries have a different Energy equation tosolve but all with an increased role of electricityGrowing electricity demand:-new economies: demography,industrialization & urbanization-mature economies: peak management-new consumption modes (eg electrical vehicles)Need to reduce CO2 emissions:-Shift from high CO2 Energy to low CO2 electricity-development of Renewable Energy sources-focus on energy efficiencyConstraints on existing networks:-limited generation capacity-limits on network extension(Not In My BackYard syndrome)-aging infrastructure and assets-integration of intermittent & distributed generationExistingEnergymixLow CO2ElectricityHigh CO2EnergyEnergyEquationSmart Gridis the answerIn Europe, Electricity almost doubling its share in final energy demand to 36-39% in 2050
    3. 3. Schneider Electric 3- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Recent events have complicated the equationand balance of electricity “supply and demand”is becoming even more difficult● FukushimaPublic reaction to Fukushima in specific geographies (Japan, Germany) is driving an increase inRenewable, Natural Gas, Energy Efficiency, Distribution Management● EV slower than expectedContinuing high cost of EV, reduction of subsidies, questions on reliability, etc., all slowing down EVrollout● Crisis desensitized CO2Fiscal austerity and negative growth have pushed societal priorities away from CO2 and reducedcarbon credit prices in Europe● Smart Metering pushbackIn Europe and US, consumer reaction to smart meter rollout is reflected in regulatory difficulty inutilities getting approval on AMI cost recovery and slowed overall implementations● Renewable coming strong in EuropeBacking away from nuclear and high oil prices continues to support and push renewable integration inEurope to very high levels● Shale gas technology and reserves have made natural gas very cheapThis puts pressure on the advancement of renewables and DR as they have to compete economicallywith natural gas generation
    4. 4. Schneider Electric 4- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Recent events have complicated the equationand balance of electricity “supply and demand”is becoming even more difficult● FukushimaPublic reaction to Fukushima in specific geographies (Japan, Germany) is driving an increase inRenewable, Natural Gas, Energy Efficiency, Distribution Management● EV slower than expectedContinuing high cost of EV, reduction of subsidies, questions on reliability, etc., all slowing down EVrollout● Crisis desensitized CO2Fiscal austerity and negative growth have pushed societal priorities away from CO2 and reducedcarbon credit prices in Europe● Smart Metering pushbackIn Europe and US, consumer reaction to smart meter rollout is reflected in regulatory difficulty inutilities getting approval on AMI cost recovery and slowed overall implementations● Renewable coming strong in EuropeBacking away from nuclear and high oil prices continues to support and push renewable integration inEurope to very high levels● Shale gas technology and reserves have made natural gas very cheapThis puts pressure on the advancement of renewables and DR as they have to compete economicallywith natural gas generationEvents over the past 2-3 years have“super regionalized” smart gridsolutions, so that we must be very carefulto understand local needs.An ADMS can do volt/var control requiredin North America, or renewable integration,required in Europe, but these are verydifferent requirements and we will need tobe very focused on customer need.
    5. 5. Prioritization of Smart GridDevelopment varies with regionsof the world
    6. 6. Schneider Electric 6- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Transmission overload& aging infrastructure• Blackouts• Critical peak situations• Price volatility• Cyber-security issuesTransmission overload& aging infrastructure• Blackouts• Critical peak situations• Price volatility• Cyber-security issuesGrowing energydemand… and losses• Critical peak situations• Energy theftGrowing energydemand… and losses• Critical peak situations• Energy theftGrowing energy demand• Growing consumption• Transmission congestion• CO2 emissionsGrowing energy demand• Growing consumption• Transmission congestion• CO2 emissionsDeregulation & DistGeneration• Competition for supply• Integration ofRenewableEnergy sources• Increasingly constrainednetworksDeregulation & DistGeneration• Competition for supply• Integration ofRenewableEnergy sources• Increasingly constrainednetworksRegional priorities for the Smart GridDistribution infrastructuremodernization• Growing consumption• Energy theft & losses• Generation & TransmissionmodernizationDistribution infrastructuremodernization• Growing consumption• Energy theft & losses• Generation & Transmissionmodernization• Demand Response• Distribution Automation– Volt/Var Control• Energy Efficiency• DistributionAutomation• RenewableIntegration• Energy Efficiency• EV Management• Energy Efficiency• Rural microgrids• Distribution Automation• AMI• Demand Response• AMI• Distribution Automation• Renewable Integration• EV Management• Distribution Automation• Substation Automation• AMI• Energy Efficiency
    7. 7. Schneider Electric 7- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Regional Smart Grid Priorities & Momentum●Distribution Automation – from Telvent●Demand Response●Energy Efficiency – Buildings and Industry●EV●Smart HomeWe have here List Key applications globallyWe can group them in domainsSmart metering2012
    8. 8. Schneider Electric 8- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013IndustryBuildingsData CentresInfrastructureResidentialElectric Vehicles& Energy StorageKey Domains and key Applications of theSmart Grid (GREEN = Key for SE)Efficient Home• Home Energy management• Smart Metering• EV infrastructure• StorageEfficient Enterprise• Energy Management Services SG subset• Energy Efficiency solutions• EV infrastructure• Smart Metering• Storage• Private microgridsSmart Generation• Centralized, Decentralized• Fossil, Nuclear, Renewable• Equipments, Integration, ServicesFlexible Distribution• Dist Automation (incl. GIS, ADMS, etc.)• Sub-station Automation (incl Prot. Relays)• Asset Management• Feeder Automation• EV infrastructure Management• MDM / AMI / Smart Metering• Public MicrogridsDemand Response• Demand Response as Aggregator• Supply and Demand side consulting•Technology Solutions (EPO, etc.)Transmission• HV DC/AC• Transmission automation• Transmission SCADAElectricity Trade• Electricity Trading• Market aggregatorTechnology providers• IT integrators• Technology IT & Communication providers
    9. 9. Schneider Electric 9- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Market Projections:Estimates of the size of the smart grid market vary significantly depending onthe definition and scope used by the analyst, but it’s BIG by all measures.Excluding demand side markets and renewable integration, most analysts putthe 2015 – 2016 market between 50B€ to 100B €.
    10. 10. Schneider Electric 10- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Pike Research Markets by ApplicationIn our areas of applications, Distribution Automation and Demand Response areforecast to have the highest growth.
    11. 11. Schneider Electric 11- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Transmission DistributionCentralised GenerationIndustryBuildingsData CentresInfrastructureRenewable Energy PlantsResidentialElectric Vehicles& Energy StorageDistributed GenerationDistributed GenerationEnergyproducerEnergyproducerEnergyproducerDistributionNetworkOperatorTransmissionSystem OperatorEnergySupplierEnergy traders& aggregators*Activeend-usersGovernment & RegulatorTechnology providers: traditional players (EE solution and utility providers),communications/networking/data management suppliers, IT enterprise integrators, niche playersFacilitymanagersSmart Grids bring together many players,traditional and new…
    12. 12. Schneider Electric 12- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013… leading to a complex competitive environmentCustomers (utilities, end-users…) will be looking forproviders that can help themmanage this complex Power +IT mix.
    13. 13. Schneider Electric 13- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013Transmission DistributionCentralised GenerationIndustryBuildingsData CentresInfrastructureRenewable Energy PlantsResidentialElectric Vehicles& Energy Storage… with new business models that are stillevolving…Distributed GenerationDistributed GenerationEnergyproducerEnergyproducerEnergyproducerDistributionNetworkOperatorTransmissionSystem OperatorEnergySupplierEnergy traders& aggregators*Activeend-usersGovernment & RegulatorTechnology providers: traditional players (EE solution and utility providers),communications/networking/data management suppliers, IT enterprise integrators, niche playersFacilitymanagersPerformanceContractingCloud-basedSoftware as aService billedmonthlyBASPartnering withSupply side toServe end usersEE Servicesmandatedand auditedby regulatorsAggregatorsUse demand sideload to competewith generators
    14. 14. Schneider Electric 14- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013… where success in Smart Grid requires an“Integrated IT&OT Strategy”14SmartMetersFeederAutomationConditionMonitoringSubstationAutomation &ProtectionIntelligentNetworkDevicesTRANSMISSIONSCADANEW DMS SMART GRID SCADAFOR 10 MILION POINTS (OASyS)AMI HEAD-END(LV SCADA)ERPGISArcFMESRICIS IVRSmart ConsumptionResidentialLoadsEnergyStorageElectricVehiclesIndustrialLoadsSmartHomeDemandResponseSolar PanelBuildingIntelligenceSmart GenerationConcentrated SolarPowerElectricVehiclesWavePowerSmall HydroWindBio/GeoThermalEnergyStoragePhotovoltaicINTEGRATED DATA CENTERTIME (SERVICE) BUSINTEGRATED REALDistributionManagement(DMS)OutageManagement(OMS)Demand SideManagement(DSM)Meter DataManagement(MDM)EnergyManagement(EMS)SERVICE BUSCORPORATE ENTERPRISE
    15. 15. Schneider Electric 15- Smart Infrastructure – Xperience 2013We are now regarded as a leader in a verycompetitive and changing environment“SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC AMONG TOP 10FIRMS TO WATCH IN 2012”(GreenTech Media)“The majority of the firms included on our Top 10 Vendorsto Watch list are young companies that have aspirations toclaim a greater share of the smart grid pie. The twoexceptions are French industrial giant Schneider Electricand U.S.-based Verizon.”Recent Quotes from Brokers and Specialized Press“We see Schneider Electric as ONE OF THEBEST-EXPOSED COMPANIES to Smart Gridthrough its Energy and Power divisions.”(Goldman Sachs, 2011)“Schneiders long track record in serving electricity endusers will give it a first mover advantage in DemandResponse, in our view.”received the HIGHEST POSSIBLE RATINGfor its Advanced Distribution Management System”2012 & 2013 Gartner report onDistribution Management Systems“The implementation of smarter gridsshould further boost the group’s profile inthe next decade. We believe thatSCHNEIDER WILL FULLY BENEFIT fromthe development of the Smart Grid.(Societe Generale, 2012)“Schneider is well positioned to help optimiseinterconnections between electricity producers andconsumers as involved in both the supply side(medium voltage and distribution automation) anddemand side of the grid (building and homeautomation).”“We estimate that 18% of group sales shoulddirectly and indirectly benefit from the deployment ofsmarter grids (including the group’s home andbuilding automation businesses), with a CAGR of9% over 2010-2020.”

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