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G.E.T. Smart - Smart Grid: Gridpoint Presentation

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  2. 2. GridPoint Overview<br />Leader in smart energy solutions for utilities, businesses and consumers<br />Smart grid pioneer, delivering software to aggregate and manage distributed load, storage and generation<br />Proven smart charging experience:<br />2+ years of real-world deployments<br />300+ plug-in vehicles currently grid-aware via GridPoint technology<br />Integrated with level 1-3 charging infrastructure<br />Leading utility customers<br /><ul><li>Xcel Energy
  3. 3. Seattle City Light
  4. 4. Progress Energy
  5. 5. Baltimore Gas & Electric
  6. 6. Duke Energy
  7. 7. ConEd
  8. 8. BC Hydro
  9. 9. Reliant Energy
  10. 10. Puget Sound Energy
  11. 11. Austin Energy
  12. 12. Com Ed
  13. 13. KCP&L</li></li></ul><li>The Electric Vehicle Management Solution<br />3<br /><ul><li>Proven smart charging experience:
  14. 14. Two-years of real-world smart charging experience
  15. 15. Hundreds of plug-in vehicles currently grid-aware via GridPoint technology
  16. 16. Integrating with Level 1-3 charging infrastructure
  17. 17. Idaho National Laboratory’s (DOE) solution for EV / PHEV data capture
  18. 18. Leading utility customers
  19. 19. Xcel Energy
  20. 20. Seattle City Light
  21. 21. Progress Energy
  22. 22. Baltimore Gas & Electric
  23. 23. Duke Energy
  24. 24. ConEd
  25. 25. BC Hydro
  26. 26. TVA
  27. 27. Puget Sound Energy
  28. 28. Austin Energy
  29. 29. Com Ed
  30. 30. KCP&L</li></li></ul><li>Electric Transportation Arriving Soon<br />Over <br />70%<br />of auto makers* are introducing plug-in vehicles<br />*by market share<br />4<br />
  31. 31. Establishing a Smart Grid Infrastructure for EVs<br />Smart Charging:<br /><ul><li>Manages the one-way flow of energy
  32. 32. Allows drivers to set parameters
  33. 33. Balances grid & driver needs via sophisticated software
  34. 34. Enables adaptive management:
  35. 35. Delay/slow during peak demand
  36. 36. Increase with availability of renewable energy </li></ul>5<br />Plug-In Vehicles<br /><ul><li>Connecting to the grid in 2010
  37. 37. Many rollouts call for 240V/L2 wall mounted garage chargers
  38. 38. Adoption likely clustered in neighborhoods</li></ul>Grid Distribution System<br /><ul><li>Charging management technologyis required*
  39. 39. Capacity exists for wide EV adoption*
  40. 40. A few EVs, clustered & charging at peak, could impact reliability</li></ul>*National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Electric Power Research Institute<br />
  41. 41. Creating a Reinforcing Cycle of Benefits<br />UTILITIES:<br /><ul><li>Delays infrastructure investments
  42. 42. Enhances reliability
  43. 43. Increases renewable integration
  44. 44. Delivers control of a valuable asset – load, storage & generation</li></ul>VEHICLE OWNERS:<br /><ul><li>Reduces total cost of EV ownership
  45. 45. Enhances ability to drive “green”</li></ul>Smart Charging<br />Auto Manufacturers:<br /><ul><li>Drives sales
  46. 46. Creates a supportive EV ecosystem</li></li></ul><li>Smart Charging Used to Shape Vehicle Load<br />
  47. 47. Smart Charging Management Opportunities<br />Load ShiftingTime based management shifts charging behavior intonon-peak periods<br />Demand valleys can be filled by scheduling charging around a central time <br />Renewable Integration<br />Based on a live wind or solar signal, charging can be synchronized with the availability of renewable energy<br />System Regulation Following an AGC signal, the charging load can be dynamically increase or reduced according to grid needs. <br />Spinning Reserves<br />The flow of energy can be rapidly slowed or stopped, creating capacity in response to an unexpected power disruption<br />Economic Dispatch<br />Following a real-time price signal allows energy economics to determine charging behavior<br />Load Shaping<br />Following an signal or schedule, charging load can be dynamically shaped according to grid needs<br />Load Shaping<br />Economic Dispatch <br />
  48. 48. Preparing for Plug-Ins: What You Can Do<br />Better understand the power of smart charging<br /><ul><li>Assess the importance of controlling vehicle load at the distribution level
  49. 49. Explore various charging scenarios, including load shaping & peak shaving
  50. 50. Investigate synchronizing charging with wind or solar power</li></ul>Acquire valuable learning, critical to strategic planning<br /><ul><li>Gain experience enlisting participation in smart charging programs
  51. 51. Determine system requirements surrounding service area “roaming”
  52. 52. Acquire relevant learning to inform utility, PUC and regulator decision making on EV-related rate schedules</li></ul>Confirm the value of electric transportation<br /><ul><li>Establish the benefits of electric vehicles, confirming efficiency, decreased fuel costs, reductions in green-house gas emissions, etc.</li></ul>How are you preparing for plug-ins?<br />9<br />

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