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NextGen 2011 Workshop Rich Hampshire LOGICA

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NextGen 2011 Workshop Rich Hampshire LOGICA

  1. 1. Smart Energy in Environmental ResponsibilityRichard HampshirePractice Lead16 November 2011
  2. 2. Why we should be interested in Smart Energy:Energy Security and Affordability 2015 • “Energy Gap” projected 2016-2018 • Increase risk of interruptions to supply • Implications for achieving climate change objectives Source: Energy Technologies Institute, Dr David Clarke • Britain increasingly reliant on imported primary fuels • Global demand growing for finite resource • Sustained upward pressure on energy costs© Logica 2011. All rights reserved No. 2
  3. 3. Transforming how we satisfy our energy needs The Smart Energy Transformation | The Low Carbon Transition Energy ManagementVolume of Energy Consumed (kWh) • Innovative Tariffs • Competitive Baseline Total Energy Cost market • Reward Tariffs Managed Total Energy Cost • Managing Energy • Eliminate waste • Manage consumption • Distributed Energy Innovative Supply Tariffs • Micro generation • Distributed heat Average Unit Price (p/kWh) Distributed Energy© Logica 2011. All rights reserved No. 3
  4. 4. Smart EnergyConverging Energy and Communication Networks • Renewable generation associated with intermittency of supply • Increase risk of interruptions to supply • Capacity margin would need to increase from 20% today to 60% • Plant utilisation would reduce from 55% to 30% by 2020 and to <20% beyond 2030 • Many low carbon technologies create demand that is not time critical • ...providing the opportunity to control demand to match available supply which could push capacity utilisation back above 50% • That drives the need for more intelligent distribution systems© Logica 2011. All rights reserved No. 4
  5. 5. The UK’s Challenges• National Broadband Strategy • To have the best super-fast broadband network in Europe by 2015 • Supporting UK economic growth through: • Increased business productivity • Increased efficiency in the delivery of public service• Low Carbon Transition | Smart Energy • Delivery of secure, affordable, sustainable energy • Fundamental changes to the way we design and operate our energy infrastructure to support a low carbon energy system • Deployment of smart meters and smart grids creates an information and communication infrastructure to every home and business in the UK• These initiatives have communication infrastructures at their heart • Both programmes entail billions of investment in communications networks at a time when public sector spend is under rising pressure.• 80% of the investment cost is associated to civil works.• The technical, legal and commercial barriers to sharing new investment are equally unclear.© Logica 2011. All rights reserved No. 5
  6. 6. EURIM Communications Policy and Regulation Working Group |Shared Infrastructure and Services Subgroup EURIM – The Information Society Alliance www.eurim.org.uk• The Communications Policy & Regulation Working Group: • To achieve “universally available, socially inclusive access to world class communications networks, with regulatory frameworks which encourage competition, innovation and quality of service in line with customer (both citizen and business) priorities”• The Shared Infrastructure and Services Subgroup: • To establish “how the UK can effectively share network infrastructure, thus realising economic benefits and reducing economic barriers to investment through higher utilisation of our network assets” In other words... We’re trying to work out the best way of sharing the UK’s communications infrastructure in the interests of both the users and the asset owners.• The Subgroup members include a wide range of organisations with an interest in the future of communications networks.• More info, contact: • Dr Edward Phelps edphelps@gmail.com© Logica 2011. All rights reserved No. 6
  7. 7. More Information on SmartMore information about Smart Grids and Smart Metering can be found inLogica’s “Smart Metering for Dummies” and “Smart Grids for Dummies” http://www.logica.co.uk/we-are- http://www.logica.co.uk/we-are- logica/media-centre/articles/smart- logica/media-centre/articles/smart- metering-for-dummies/ grid-for-dummies/© Logica 2011. All rights reserved Utility Week Consumer Debt Conference | 2 November 2010 No. 7
  8. 8. Maintaining the dialogue... Company Address: Contact person: Logica UK Richard Hampshire Kings Place T: +44 (0) 7711 035 899 90 York Way E: rich.hampshire@logica.com London N1 9AG www.logica.com UK Logica is a business and technology service company, employing 41,000 people. It provides business consulting, systems integration and outsourcing to clients around the world, including many of Europes largest businesses. Logica creates value for clients by successfully integrating people, business and technology. It is committed to long term collaboration, applying insight to create innovative answers to clients’ business needs. Logica is listed on both the London Stock Exchange and Euronext (Amsterdam) (LSE: LOG; Euronext: LOG). More information is available at www.logica.com.© Logica 2011. All rights reserved The company is a public company incorporated and domiciled in the UK. The address of its registered office is 250 Brook Drive, Green Park, Reading RG2 6UA, United Kingdom.

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