Building the Finnish Smart Grid 2.0 - Seppo Yrjola - Nokia Siemens Networks - April 2010


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Building the Finnish Smart Grid 2.0 - Seppo Yrjola - Nokia Siemens Networks - April 2010

  1. 1. Building Finnish Smart Grid 2.0 Nordic Green II April 28, 2010, Menlo Park, CA Nokia Siemens Networks
  2. 2. Agenda CLEEN vehicle SGEM drives change Finnish Smart grid 1.0 Unique X-team SGEM Smart Grid 2.0 Proven assets Building windmills & bridges
  3. 3. CLEEN - The vehicle for SGEM Centre for Strategic Science, Technology and Innovation (CSTI) Co-operative and Industry Driven R&D&I company for Energy and Environment founded in 2008. Unique in it’s way of serving 28 industry and 16 research shareholders by driving • Renewal energy • Novel co-operation across industries Utilities technology providers • Strategic focus • Industry’s Commitment and Guidance • Global world class competence and resources ICT Research • Openness • Uniformity
  4. 4. Transforming Energy sector traditional smart meters power plants Open for all types and sizes of Production solar generation Efficient, reliable and self- smart house healing power system Smart consumption wind farms interacting with markets plug-in vehicles Innovative solutions to sustainability demands distributed generation Smart Grid energy efficient industry Production Consumption
  5. 5. SGEM walking the talk thru real life grid demos traditional smart meters power plants Enabling Active solar generation Consumers smart house Improving System Reliability wind farms Facilitating Active plug-in vehicles Resources distributed generation Smart Grid energy efficient industry Production Consumption
  6. 6. SGEM - Changing the way we do business
  7. 7. It’s Not About the Technology, It’s About the Business Dynamic networks Energy and management transactions and Virtual power feed tariffs plants Emergence of Power Renewable energy aggregators generation Managing demand Distributed From generation and consumption to islanding prosumption
  8. 8. SGEM key imperatives & facts Key Imperatives Facts • Focus on power distribution and • Create Innovation foundation to interfaces enable the Smart Grids vision • The program consists of 5 themes • Build internationally applicable divided into interlinked work packages and spearhead demo solutions projects. • Demonstrate in real environment • Industry make up 61% of the volume. 14 industry & 7 research • Ensure competence partners. accumulation in research and • ICT companies contribute 56% business • 5 year program, 35 M€ budget. • CLEEN CSTI (Centre for Strategic • Utilize interactive international Science, Technology and research environment Innovation) program with Tekes public funding.
  9. 9. Phased evolution approach build on Finnish Smart Grid 1.0 Smart Grid 2.0 Phase 5 Next generation of management systems Phase 4 New ICT & Automation New ways of planning grids New Business Opportunities Phase 3 New Energy Markets on SG Smart Customer Interfaces Safe operation of SG 2011 Phase 2 New Grid Architecture New Grid solutions Demonstrations Phase 1 Change Drivers in Business Smart Grid 1.0 New active resources Enabling technologies 2009
  10. 10. Finnish Smart Grids 1.0 milestones • SCADA systems 1970 • 2. generation AMR-systems 2000’s • Tariff control through PLC 1975 • Market for service providers, 2000’s • Network information systems 1970’s • 20/1/0.4 kV distribution systems, 2003 • Remote controlled disconnector stations • Outage costs as a part of economic 1982 regulation of DSO’s, 2008 (CENS value • Microprosessor based relays 1982 11 €/kWh and 1,1 €/kW for reclosings) • 1. generation AMR-systems 1980’s • Real time indication of LV-faults, 2008 • Distribution management system 1992 • Real-time billing 2010 • Fault analysis, automated fault • LVDC (± 750 DC, active voltage control) location of MV-feeders distribution systems 2010 • Real state network monitoring • Interactive customer interface pilots 2010 • Open energy market 1995 • Full scale (all customers) AMR-system 2013 (kWh, power quality, voltage • Electricity stock 1998 quality)
  11. 11. Distribution management system widely used at Finnish DSOs DMS PC-workstations SCADA LAN communications customers Data bases WAN - network data - customer data field crew - load models - maps remote use substation GPS equipment distribution network
  12. 12. IT- solutions for fault location in use down to distribution networks Control center Primary substation Measured fault G at eway Lo cal current con trol 110 kV/ 20 kV SPA or LO N ® Calculated fault location Protection & Control Remote controlled switchings Average outage time of Operation of customer in one Finnish protection Fault isolation and network restoration distribution company relay 1,4 1,2 Short circuit 1 hours 0,8 0,6 Results 0,4 1988 1991 1994 1997 2000 year
  13. 13. AMR works for distribution network management Asset network data management customer data Billing Measurement Control Balance data base center DMS settlement SCADA AMR system Substation automation AMR system is used as an extension of SCADA and DMS for controlling and monitoring also the fuse protected networks, especially LV-networks
  14. 14. SGEM takes Systemic approach across domains Major utilities Leading energy Key Imperatives operating on technology deregulated providers 1. Enabling Active market Consumers Demonstrating Smart Grid 2.0 2. Improving System in real life grids Reliability Leading ICT Wide research industry co-operation 3. Facilitating Active Resources
  15. 15. 1. Empowering Active Consumers Energy market Controllable loads interaction OHJATTAVAT LAITTEET AMR ASIAKKAAT SÄHKÖMARKKINA- • Pricing/offering OSAPUOLI VPP A SÄHKÖVERKKO- YHTIÖ Utilities B Laskutustiedot: C Billing information Ohjaustiedot: • energiatiedot Control information • käynnistys / pysäytys • toimintakerrat Prosumers • Energy data • toiminta-ajat • Starts/stops • toiminta-aika Demand response • Operational hours • Operational hours Think Customers Not Meters and Create Valuable Information from Data
  16. 16. 2. Improving System Reliability • Active, self-healing • DC distribution networks • Improved planning • Intended islanding and design • Real-time condition • Cabling management • Nanotechnology, • Smart HV grids MEMS
  17. 17. 3. Facilitating Active Resources
  18. 18. Demonstrations in real life grid • Applications of next generation Smart Metering for energy management and end user services • M2M multi technology communication • Smart urban living • Applicability of telecom management for active resources • Using AMR data in management and customer communication • Intended islanding
  19. 19. Utilization of existing assets speed up development, reduce cost of ownership and maximize revenues Wireless 2G 3G LTE access Transport and Microwave Optical Fixed access fixed broadband Core Voice core Subscriber Telecom networks data routing management Management Network Service Charging and charging management management solutions systems Services Network Care Managed Consulting implementation services and systems integration Telco assets and capabilities play essential role in the ongoing disruption
  20. 20. Telco Energy Metering Demonstration of rating & billing functionality Smart Meters GSM/GPRS Data charge@once Network Gathering unified Platform Telco Network 1. Notifications 2. Invoice 3. Portal
  21. 21. EMO - Enables customer friendly and flexible electric vehicle user experience eMobility fully utilizing Telco assets Smart Grid Charging Communication Station Network Charging Service backend (Database, IDM, Rating / Billing …) Information Services Nokia Siemens Networks EMO with Fortum at Geneva Motor Show 2010
  22. 22. Field force optimization across utilities - New business model and cloud service
  23. 23. Unique X-team in Place Walking the Talk CLEEN SGEM consortium fully leverage Finnish core assets in Smart Grid 1.0 and ICT in making 2.0 happen. Smart Grid applications will increasingly need • data communication and collection capabilities • data analysis applications and solutions to utilize the data Multi-dimensional connectivity challenge call for effective cross industry collaboration to meet scale, cost and fast-to-market targets Networks of the future will combine high efficiency with individual experience - Consumer / prosumer will decide who gets the "business" Leveraging proven solutions will shorten time-to-market, minimize technology risks, maximize revenues and reduce cost of ownership There are significant opportunities for new business and consumer services in Smart Grid - Innovation is required to introduce these to people
  24. 24. "When the wind of change blows, some people build walls, others build windmills." Old Chinese proverb
  25. 25. Contacts Program Manager Jonas Wolff • • Tel +358 50 3326520 •