Smart grid technologies across the globe

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Smart grid technologies across the globe

  1. 1. Smart Grid Technologies across the Globe Scott Henneberryy VP, Smart Grid Strategy Schneider Electric
  2. 2. Deregulation & Distributed Generation • Competition for supply • Integration of Renewable Energy sources • Increasingly constrained networksTransmission overloadT i i l d& aging infrastructure• Blackouts• Critical peak situations Growing energy Growing energy demand• Price volatility demand… and losses • Growing consumption•C b Cyber-security i i issues •TTransmission congestion i i ti • Critical peak situations • CO2 emissions • Energy theft
  3. 3. Millener projectMille Installations de gEstion éNERgétique dans les îles Thousand installations of energy management in the islands Project leader : EDF SEI Total budget : 30M€ Schneider project Management : Alain Glatigny
  4. 4. Millener Project : PV, storage, D/R j g Mob phone PV Serveur Scada Gestionnaire = Sell KERWIN puissance ~ Grid Utility MPPT Charg eur = Réseau normal Li Ion Storage ~ Charge = autoconsommation ~ End User Data Base Load management Power managment Communication RTU Deploy full scale in 2 islands fed by distributedApplication Aggregateur energy (pv), a solution with storage and energy management, to test aggregator services and business models during 18 months.
  5. 5. Draft Smart Grid Vision – Released by India Smart Grid Forum
  6. 6. Di i S Driving Smart G id B i t Grid BusinessValue: DMS For Volt/VAR Optimization• Progress Energy – Approx 1.5 M customers – Load growth of ~5,000 MW by 2025 – Mandated ‘renewables’ portfolio renewables of 12.5% by 2021 – Last generation plant built in 1980s• Goal: Reduce peak by 350+ MW – Using distribution system demand response (DSDR)• The DSDR concept – Managing utility-owned assets – Some capital investment – DMS for analysis/control – No required change in customer behavior
  7. 7. VVC Volt/Var Optimazation (VVO) and Integrated Volt Var Control (IVVC)VoltsV lt Distance Existing voltage profile Flattened voltage profile Allowable limits
  8. 8. Thank You

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