International  Conference  on                  Roadmap  for  Smart  Grid                                    03-­‐04  Augus...
AGENDA About BESCOM BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Key Enablers BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Broad Contours Implementation Approach an...
About Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM)                                                                   Dema...
BESCOM aims to be the best electricity distribution company in India through astrategy which focuses on Customer Satisfact...
BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Key Enablers  BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Key Enablers                                                ...
BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot: Broad Contours  Design       Under Distribution Reforms Upgrades and Management (DRUM) Project  D...
BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot: Implementation Approach   One of the key success factors of a smart grid pilot is a thorough and ...
BESCOM Smart Grid Implementation planProof of Concept : Short-term technologies through Pilot Educate stakeholders        ...
BESCOM Site Selection and EvaluationF unctionalities                        E lectronic C ity E PIP W hitefield   Peenya I...
BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot           Electronic City Profile                                     Electronic  City  Site  Stat...
BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot           Key Result Areas & Objectives                              Supply reliability improvemen...
BESCOM Smart Grid - Detailed Project ReportGeneration                        Transmission                       Distributi...
BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot                   Strategic Focus to Achieve Objectives                    Focus                  ...
Business Models for Smart Grid                Private Sector Role            Public Sector Role         Assumption of Risk...
Possible PPP Business Models for Smart Grid                                                                               ...
BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot: Sensitization of Stakeholders                 Smart Grid White Paper                             ...
BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot: Future AheadActivities under Radar :     The  Detailed  Project  Report  is  currently  being  ex...
For  further  details  pl.  feel  free  to  contact    Tetra  Tech  ES  India  Limited  Gurgaon  India  Sumedh  Agarwal  E...
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  1. 1. International  Conference  on     Roadmap  for  Smart  Grid   03-­‐04  August  2011   BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot The Genesis and Future Ahead Sumedh Agarwal Ritesh Kumar Singh TetraTech            CENTRAL  POWER  RESEARCH  INSTITUTE                Bangalore,    India    
  2. 2. AGENDA About BESCOM BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Key Enablers BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Broad Contours Implementation Approach and Activities Planned Site Selection and Evaluation Detailed Project Report Functionalities Envisioned Possible Business Models Customer and Regulatory Outreach Future AheadInternational Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid 2  
  3. 3. About Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM) Demand Peak Demand: 3300 MW Base Demand: 2900 MW Annual Sales : 20776 MWh Overhead Lines HT Lines: 68,692 km LT Lines: 145,534 km Underground Cables Transmission: km Distribution: km Substations Transmission: 381 Distribution: 138595 (no. of DTC)Energy Mix (Karnataka) Annual Revenue RequirementCoal: 55.25 % Revenue Demand : 69,550 MRenewable: 13.18% Revenue Collection : 68, 570 MHydro: 20.97% Operating Environment FinancialConsumer Mix Supply Area: 41,092 sq km Avg. Rate/Unit : 2.71 INR/KWhCommercial & Industrial: 10.99% Population: 16.8 Million Fixed Asset: 11320 MResidential : 77.66% Customers: 7.32 Million Employees: 10265 International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  4. 4. BESCOM aims to be the best electricity distribution company in India through astrategy which focuses on Customer Satisfaction, Regulatory Compliance, Meetingsystem. International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  5. 5. BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Key Enablers BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Key Enablers Rooftop  Solar  provides   Smart  Grid  Ecosystem   renewable  energy   coincident  with  peak   demand   66/33/11  KV   11/0.4  KV  400/220  KV   Transmission  :SCADA   Smart  Appliances     Plug-­‐In  Hybrid  Vehicles  draw   Respond  to  grid  disturbances   energy  from  its  roaming  plug-­‐in   Already  Implemented   and  shifts  consumption   location.  It  can  store  energy  for  utility   during  peak  demand  periods   use.   Logistics  and  Procedural   Technology  and  Design   Synergy  with  RAPDRP   RAPDRP will provide Utility Leadership SCADA At State level . All baseline data, State Govt. support feeders monitored real time Consumer and Asset Presence of local IT DAS : Upgrading of RMUs to Codification, GIS, and professional skills provide robustness to supply Billing etc. International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  6. 6. BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot: Broad Contours Design Under Distribution Reforms Upgrades and Management (DRUM) Project Design Funding United State For International development India (USAID) Design Consultant Tetra Tech ES India Limited Gurgaon, India Central Power Research Institute , Bangalore India Implementation Mechanism Public Private Partnership Ministry of Power Government of India (Likely) International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  7. 7. BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot: Implementation Approach One of the key success factors of a smart grid pilot is a thorough and analytical scoping phase 1. Clarity of scope The Pilot Design Consists of :- and design parameters Site Selection and Evaluation Preparation of Detailed Project Report 2. Avoiding 6. Developing the conflation the customer Consultation Paper on Possible Business of objectives value Models for Smart Grid proposition Thorough Development of RFP and Customer Outreach, Regulatory Framework analytical Development and Support scoping 3. The 5. Build a opportunity to multidisciplinary develop new team and be Next Steps operating and clear on roles business models 4. Measure a and design Release of RFP for Selection of Private partners broad set of authority and technology providers outputs to inform future regulatory contracts Selection of Partners Pilot Implementation Begins International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  8. 8. BESCOM Smart Grid Implementation planProof of Concept : Short-term technologies through Pilot Educate stakeholders Building Capability : Medium-term Prioritize initiatives according to business & customer values Learning from Pilot and Experience Sharing Long-term Get ready the infrastructures and technological platform for pan utility implementation subject to agreement with Government        2010   International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  9. 9. BESCOM Site Selection and EvaluationF unctionalities E lectronic C ity E PIP W hitefield Peenya Industrial M G Road Rajaji Nagar IndOutage management High 5 Medium 3 Medium 3 Medium 3 Low 1Peak Management Medium 3 High 5 Low 1 Medium 3 Low 1AMI High 5 Medium 3 High 5 High 5 High 5Smart Distributioni)Self Healing High 10 Medium 8 High 6 High 6 high 6ii)Theft detection High High Low Low low & controlRegulatory policies High 5 High 5 High 5 High 5 High 5Smart Pricing i)Time of Use Metering ii)Incentive / High 5 High 5 High 5 Medium 3 Medium 3 disincentive iii)User based tariffiv)Real time pricing v)Pre paid Metering.Remote Load control High 5 High 5 Low 1 Low 1 Low 1i)Connect/ Disconnectii)Appliance controlAcceptability for i)Energy Efficient High 10 High 8 Medium 6 Medium 6 Medium 6 Appliances High Medium Medium Medium Medium ii)Smart BuildingsCaptive generation integration High 5 low 1 Low 1 Low 1 Low 1Acceptability for i)Small Solar PV High 15 High 15 Medium 11 Low 3 Medium 5 ii)PEV High High Low Low Low iii)Storage High High Medium Low Low BatteriesTotal grade awarded 68 58 44 36 34 International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  10. 10. BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Electronic City Profile Electronic  City  Site  Statistics   S  No   Parameters   1   Substations   3   2   No  of  Feeders   34   3   No.  of  DTR   186   4   No.  of  Consumers   19441   5   Metered   19399   6   Meter  Type   EM/Static   7   Sanctioned  Load   121  MW   8   Energy  Input   290  MU   9   Energy  Consumed   278  MU   10   Collection  Efficiency   100%   11   Captive     86000  KVA   International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  11. 11. BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Key Result Areas & Objectives Supply reliability improvement T&D Peak Reduction Supply Side Performance Loss Reduction CAPEX and OPEX optimization Carbon reduction Environmental Network efficiency Performance Ease of RE & Energy Integration and Storage Outreach Customer Side Customer Customer choices and interactions available Engagement (tariff & services) Effectiveness of demand side management A Balanced Scorecard covers the Supply Side and Demand Side International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  12. 12. BESCOM Smart Grid - Detailed Project ReportGeneration Transmission Distribution Consumption/Customer Power Quality Industrial and Control Equipment Commercial Power Flow Demand Response Solar Power Sensors Control Plant Self-healing equipment PV solar panels Tradition Generation Dynamic Transmission System Distribution System Control Demand Side System Grid Based Smart Management Storage Meter Smart Substation Wind Generation PHEV Electrical Network support Information Technology and Information Security Telecommunications with data integration, analytics and decisions supportAn  integrated  data  communication  and  IT  platform  for  supporting  end-­‐to-­‐end  solutions  across  the  entire  electricity  supply  chain   International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  13. 13. BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot Strategic Focus to Achieve Objectives Focus Smart Grid Initiatives PlannedT&D Network Transmission System On-line condition monitoring for switchgears & transformers Dynamic rating for transmission network Dynamic stability assessment Digital substations Distribution System 11kV self-healingLocal Renewables, Distributed Scheduling & control Integration with EMS and DMS& Other Energy local energiesSources EV charging Integration with AMI Integration with DMSCustomer AMI Smart meters and 2-way communication networkInterfacing DSM Integration with EMS and DMS Energy management Online information & tools for different customer segments applicationsEnabling Telecommunications Fibre optic network coverageTechnologies Wireless or power line solutions Information Enterprise data integration & applications Technology International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  14. 14. Business Models for Smart Grid Private Sector Role   Public Sector Role   Assumption of Risk   F inancial Suitability   A r rangement  M anagement Service Design and Ownership of Facility Commercial Risk not Private player is paid fees More suitable for short period Delivery, operational and equipment   transferred to the for the services   projects. It has been used forContracts   Control, labor management Private Sector.   ports and airport management   and equipment procurement.  Turnkey   Designing and building of Private party assumes A fixed fee/rate/lump More suitable for short term facility.   risk during design and sum payment   projects   Selection through a bidding development phase   Investment by private sector is process.   also low.  L ease   Responsible for operating Responsibility for Operational risks are The operator retains Contract Period is long   and maintaining the investment   transferred to the revenue collected from Operator is not required to infrastructure facility and operator   customers/users of the make any large investment   services   facility and makes a specified lease fee payment to the contracting authority.  Concessions   Build and operate a facility Government defines Payments can take place Typical concession periods for a fixed period of time   and grants specific both ways: range between 5 to 50 years. t rights to an entity   concessionaire pays to may be noted that in a Retains the ultimate government for the concession model of PPP, an ownership of the concession rights and the SPV may not always be facility and/or right to government may also pay necessary.   supply the services.   the concessionaire  Private Responsible for design, Transfer of certain risks Aggregation of design, construction and operation of to the private sector earnings depend on construction and operation ofownership of an infrastructure facility   operation   controlling costs   infrastructure services into oneassets   contract helps achievement of synergy   International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  15. 15. Possible PPP Business Models for Smart Grid CONSORTIUM Return  on  investment Service  Payment   BESCOM for  Operations Private  Players Private  Funds   Technology                                      Intangible   Regulations    &                                             +                               Benefits Basic  Infrastructure Operation Investment Revenues   Collected   Pilot  Project Grants Donor  Agencies         (eg:  ADB,  VGF) (SPV) Supply Tariff CONSUMERS  (Directly  or  through   distributor) International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  16. 16. BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot: Sensitization of Stakeholders Smart Grid White Paper RUS Visit to BESCOM in Feb 2010 Consumer Meet at Electronic City Bangalore , Oct 2010 RE Vendor Meet at CPRI , Bangalore, Nov 2010 Frequent RWA meetings Meeting with KERC Smart Grid Maturity Model Workshop planned in Feb, 2011 at Bangalore Smart Grid Vendor meet Conference, Sept10 International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid
  17. 17. BESCOM Smart Grid Pilot: Future AheadActivities under Radar :   The  Detailed  Project  Report  is  currently  being  examined  by  International  Consultants.       BESCOM  plan  to  share  the  draft  of  RFP  with  technological  vendors  for  inputs.  Activities suggested to be brought under Radar :   AMI  deployment  and  TOU  tariff  should  be  evolved.  This  will  enable  regulatory  mechanism  to   have  data  for  considering  the  TOU  options.       Start  Learning  Pilots  before  a  Deployment  Pilot  .  Conducting  Pilot  experimentations  with   suggested  Smart  Grid  Architecture  technologies  is  worth  before  scaling       Start  Capacity  Building  of  BESCOM  team       Maintain  the  Momentum  :  Proceed  for  Implementation    of  Pilot  with  release  of  RFP         International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid  
  18. 18. For  further  details  pl.  feel  free  to  contact    Tetra  Tech  ES  India  Limited  Gurgaon  India  Sumedh  Agarwal  E-­‐mail:  sumedh.agarwal@tetratech.com  Web:-­‐www.tetratech.com    Rakesh  kumar  Goyal  Director  E-­‐mail:  rakeshkumar.goyal@tetratech.com  Web:-­‐www.tetratech.com         International Conference on Roadmap for Smart Grid

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