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ENER B3Energy
SMART GRID ASPECTS OF THE WINTER PACKAGE:
FACILITATING A FLEXIBLE RETAIL MARKET
Kostas STAMATIS
Direc...
Energy
ENER B3
Recent policy drivers
Winter package
 Electricity market and consumers
 Renewables & bioenergy
sustainabi...
Energy
ENER B3
Market design not fit for VRES E generation
Energy
ENER B3
Making demand side more flexible
Prosumers
Supplier
DSO TSO
Power exchange
market
Supply
&flexibility
Balan...
Energy
ENER B3
Roll out of Electricity
smart metering by 2020:
 22 CBAs, 17 MS: large-scale
roll-out
 ~ 72% EU consumers...
Energy
ENER B3
Current situation and problem:
• Smart metering projects are going ahead…
 roll out of smart meters accord...
Energy
ENER B3
• In positively assessed cases (currently 17 + 2 MS):
 define national functionalities according to Europe...
Energy
ENER B3
• In Member States which do not intend still to go ahead:
 right to request a smart meter - to be installe...
Energy
ENER B3
• Proposed smart metering functionalities:
 provide near real time information to consumer on actual
consu...
Energy
ENER B3
Current situation and problem:
• Fair market access for demand response according to EED…
 General princip...
Energy
ENER B3
Enabling demand response:
 Entitlement to a dynamic electricity price contract
 Transfer Art 15.8 EED to ...
Energy
ENER B3
Currently activated demand response
 15 GW activated through incentive based DR
 6 GW activated through p...
Energy
ENER B3
Current situation:
• Smart metering systems, in 17 (+2) Member States  more granular
consumption data and ...
Energy
ENER B3
Wind and solar growth and ratio to total capacity
Making distribution networks more flexible I
Wind and sol...
Energy
ENER B3
Problems identified:
• Current framework at EU or national level does not:
... allow DSOs to be flexible an...
Energy
ENER B3
Current situation and problem:
− In most cases DSO remuneration favours network expansion solutions
− Diver...
Energy
ENER B3
https://ec.europa.eu/energy/
https://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/topics/markets-and-consumers/smart-grids-
and-m...
Energy
ENER B3
European
Commission
Technology
Supply
ConsumersDSOsTSOs
Regulators
ICT&Energy
•Ad-hoc expert working groups...
Energy
ENER B3
Standards and interoperability
Data privacy, data protection
and cyber-security
Regulatory issues
Industria...
Energy
ENER B3
Investments in Smart Grids projects (2013, excl. metering)
459 smart grid projects - €3.15 billion
26% R&D ...
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Smart Grid Aspects of the Winter Package: Facilitating a Flexible Retail Market

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Kostas STAMATIS
Directorate-General for Energy
European Commission


WORKSHOP: “DEFINING SMART GRIDS: CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION”
Session 1: Technical and regulatory aspects and recommendations for effective smart grids deployment under the provisions of the winter package
Barcelona, 9th February 2017
Organised by TR@NSENER Consortium.
TR@NSENER - European cooperation Network on Energy Transition in Electricity

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Smart Grid Aspects of the Winter Package: Facilitating a Flexible Retail Market

  1. 1. Energy ENER B3Energy SMART GRID ASPECTS OF THE WINTER PACKAGE: FACILITATING A FLEXIBLE RETAIL MARKET Kostas STAMATIS Directorate-General for Energy European Commission WORKSHOP “DEFINING SMART GRIDS: CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION” Session 1: Technical and regulatory aspects and recommendations for effective smart grids deployment under the provisions of the winter package Barcelona, 9th February 2017 European cooperation Network on Energy Transition in Electricity
  2. 2. Energy ENER B3 Recent policy drivers Winter package  Electricity market and consumers  Renewables & bioenergy sustainability  Energy Efficiency Directive  Energy efficiency of buildings  Ecodesign  Governance  .... Energy Union
  3. 3. Energy ENER B3 Market design not fit for VRES E generation
  4. 4. Energy ENER B3 Making demand side more flexible Prosumers Supplier DSO TSO Power exchange market Supply &flexibility Balancing Market / Ancillary services Commercialdomain - Supply Regulated domain Generator Flexibility purchase contract Mutualexchange of operational and contractual data Flexibility procurement Grid access & Generation management Commercialdomain - Flexibility Possible relations between market roles Information exchange Financialadjustment mechanism BRP BRP Aggregator Distribution network constraint management Smart metering and data DSOs to use flexibility and DSO/TSO Aggregators and access to the market Smart Grids Task Force (2015)
  5. 5. Energy ENER B3 Roll out of Electricity smart metering by 2020:  22 CBAs, 17 MS: large-scale roll-out  ~ 72% EU consumers  195 million meters  € 35 billion Smart metering: the picture today ref. COM(2014) 356; SWD(2014) 189
  6. 6. Energy ENER B3 Current situation and problem: • Smart metering projects are going ahead…  roll out of smart meters according to Electricity Directive (+CBA  80%  2020)  full roll out of smart meters only planned in 17 MS (+2 selective roll-outs) • …however problems still exist  not all fit for purpose (lack of functions & interoperability)  enabling technologies not widely accessible Smart metering: problems identified
  7. 7. Energy ENER B3 • In positively assessed cases (currently 17 + 2 MS):  define national functionalities according to European standards and ensure interoperability  socialise the costs to the roll-out segment  monitor costs/benefits including those for consumers  Target: At least 80% of the smart metering shall be installed by 2020 Proposed smart metering framework I
  8. 8. Energy ENER B3 • In Member States which do not intend still to go ahead:  right to request a smart meter - to be installed within 3 months with a set of minimum functionalities defined by Member State  cost should be supervised by Member States and borne by the end user  Member States shall periodically assess changes in technology and assumptions of CBA  when CBA becomes positive, Member States to roll-out 80% within 8 years Proposed smart metering framework II
  9. 9. Energy ENER B3 • Proposed smart metering functionalities:  provide near real time information to consumer on actual consumption in order to support energy services  follow security and data protection EU requirements  fit for active consumers  provide data to be available to consumers or service providers of their choice  enable measurement and settlement at the same time intervals as the imbalance period in the national market  Appropriate advice and information to consumers on the full potential of the smart meter and privacy issues Proposed smart metering framework III Functionalities Interoperability Connectivity Fit-for- purpose smart metering
  10. 10. Energy ENER B3 Current situation and problem: • Fair market access for demand response according to EED…  General principles and rules to ensure participation of demand response in all markets • …but market barriers continue to exist  service providers (aggregators) are effectively banned in some MS  many markets remain effectively closed to DR  granular price signals are not passed onto consumers  consumers do not always have access to markets Demand response: problems identified
  11. 11. Energy ENER B3 Enabling demand response:  Entitlement to a dynamic electricity price contract  Transfer Art 15.8 EED to electricity directive and  Remove market barriers for aggregators  Introduce additional rules for flexible markets (electricity regulation) Enabling active consumers and energy communities:  Entitlement to all consumers to generate, self-consume, store or sell self- generated electricity while ensuring non-discriminatory network tariffs Proposed framework for DR and new services
  12. 12. Energy ENER B3 Currently activated demand response  15 GW activated through incentive based DR  6 GW activated through price based DR Demand response activation 2030  Business as usual scenario  Activated: DR 35 GW  Net Benefit: 4.4 bn euro/annum  Policy scenario enabling price and incentive based DR  Activated: DR 52 GW  Net Benefit: 5.6 bn euro/annum 160GW Theoretical demand response potential in 2030 100GW Theoretical demand response potential today 21GW Demand response activated today Demand response potential and benefits
  13. 13. Energy ENER B3 Current situation: • Smart metering systems, in 17 (+2) Member States  more granular consumption data and new services • Existing provisions in Electricity Directive not fit for new developments Proposed measures:  Define responsibilities for parties involved in data handling  Set principles on non-discriminatory and transparent access to data  Certification and compliance of the parties responsible for data handling, including DSOs  Standardised data format Creating a level playing field for access to data Support active consumer and new services Facilitate switching and billing
  14. 14. Energy ENER B3 Wind and solar growth and ratio to total capacity Making distribution networks more flexible I Wind and solar is on the rise with a large part connected to distribution grids
  15. 15. Energy ENER B3 Problems identified: • Current framework at EU or national level does not: ... allow DSOs to be flexible and cope with variable RES and new loads ... clarify DSO role in specific tasks Proposed measures:  Enabling framework for DSOs to procure and use flexibility  DSO tasks in storage, EVs infrastructure and data management  Cooperation between DSOs and TSOs alongside a EU DSO entity Lower grid costs and tariffs Neutrality of DSOs in new tasks Making distribution networks more flexible II
  16. 16. Energy ENER B3 Current situation and problem: − In most cases DSO remuneration favours network expansion solutions − Diversity of distribution tariffs create different market conditions for distributed resources across EU Proposed measures:  EU-wide principles for distribution network tariffs  DSOs to prepare multiannual development plans  ACER recommendation and network code on network tariffs  Monitoring smart grid development and transparency of network tariffs methodology and costs Efficient grid operation and planning Support innovative solutions Facilitate the integration of distributed resources Distribution network tariffs and DSO remuneration
  17. 17. Energy ENER B3 https://ec.europa.eu/energy/ https://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/topics/markets-and-consumers/smart-grids- and-meters
  18. 18. Energy ENER B3 European Commission Technology Supply ConsumersDSOsTSOs Regulators ICT&Energy •Ad-hoc expert working groups High Level Steering Committee 30+ associations representing all stakeholders 350+ experts from national regulatory agencies and industrial market actors 9 DGs European Smart Grids Task Force (SGTF) https://ec.europa.eu/energy/en/topics/markets-and-consumers/smart-grids-and-meters/smart-grids-task-force
  19. 19. Energy ENER B3 Standards and interoperability Data privacy, data protection and cyber-security Regulatory issues Industrial policy and infrastructure European Smart Grids Task Force is working on key challenges
  20. 20. Energy ENER B3 Investments in Smart Grids projects (2013, excl. metering) 459 smart grid projects - €3.15 billion 26% R&D and 74% Demo & Deployment Next update: still in 2017

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