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  1. 1. EMPOWER  Symposium Barcelona DIGITALIZATION OF THE ENERGY SYSTEM 25.01.17
  2. 2. Digitizing Industries Digitizing Energy Sector = Smart Grid ?
  3. 3. What is the Smart Grid? Electrical Infrastructure “Intelligence” Infrastructure 31/27/2017 Tom Oh, Rochester Institute of Technology
  4. 4. The Grid Physical level – distribution grid ‐ electricity Control level – sensors –signals ‐ activators Electrical Infrastructure
  5. 5. The Smart Grid Physical level – distribution grid ‐ electricity Control level – sensors –signals ‐ activators “Intelligence” Infrastructure Communications level – Smartness level – metering ‐
  6. 6. Disruptive digitization enables radically new business models Digitization industries
  7. 7. Music industry: From cassette and CD to streaming within few years (iTunes, Spotify, YouTube…) Digitization industries
  8. 8. Film industry: From cassette and DVD to streaming (NetFlix, C MORE, Amazon Prime…) Digitization industries
  9. 9. Internet of Things + Big Data Analytics + Cloud Computing + Mobile services + Social Media = Google Maps (map/GPS-industry) UBER (taxi industry) AirBnB (hotel industry) Facebook (media industry) Google (advertising industry) Driverless cars(transport industry) Digitization industries – radically new business models
  10. 10. The 4th Industrial Revolution Industry 4.0
  11. 11. 1st IR mechanization of production using water & steam power Industry 4.0
  12. 12. 2nd IR mass production with the help of electricity Industry 4.0
  13. 13. 3rd IR the digital revolution, automation of production, robots Industry 4.0
  14. 14. Industry 4.0 – Robots 3rd Industrial Revolution
  15. 15. 4th IR intelligent networking of product development and production, logistics and customers. Industry 4.0
  16. 16. Industry 4.0 – 4th Industrial Revolution Robots communicating with robots
  17. 17. Industry 4.0 – 4th Industrial Revolution Communicating driverless cars
  18. 18. Industry 4.0 – 4th Industrial Revolution Communicating driverless cars Cars communicate with roads, other cars, traffic information systems, their passengers, parking and charging reservation systems, …
  19. 19. Industry 4.0 – 4th Industrial Revolution Communicating driverless cars Internet of Things + Big Data Analytics + Cloud Computing + Mobile services + Social Media Cars communicate with roads, other cars, traffic information systems, their passengers, parking and charging reservation systems, …
  20. 20. Source: Khalil Rouhana, DG CONNECT
  21. 21. Physical level – distribution grid ‐ electricity Control level – sensors –signals ‐ activators Smart Grid – 3rd or 4th Industrial Revolution? Communications level Smartness level – metering
  22. 22. Physical level – distribution grid ‐ electricity Control level – sensors –signals ‐ activators Smart Grid – 3rd or 4th Industrial Revolution! Communications level Smartness level – metering
  23. 23. Physical level – distribution grid ‐ electricity Control level – sensors –signals ‐ activators Communications level – data flow Smartness level – smart metering & regulation  Business level – agents – real time analysis and actions Meta level – business models  Smart Grid++ 4th Industrial Revolution! Internet of Things, Big Data Analytics + Cloud Computing + Mobile services + Social Media
  24. 24. Energy Industry 4.0 – 4th Energy Industrial Revolution Internet of Things + Big Data Analytics + Cloud Computing + Mobile services + Social Media = New business models New actors End customer focus From kWh sales to sales of services
  25. 25. Smart Innovation Norway ‐ R&I projects 2009 ‐ 2017  (1) Energy Trade and Environment 2020 (2009‐2011) (RCN RENERGI) (2) Manage Smart in SmartGrid (2010‐2012) (RCN RENERGI) (3) IMPROSUME (2010‐2012) (EU ERA Net) (4) DeVID (2012‐2014) (RCN ENERGIX) (5) VRI‐2 Østfold (2011‐2013) (RCN VRI) (6) Smarter Remmen I (2011‐2013) (Statsbygg) (7) Smart energy optimization of municipal buildings (2013) (RCN Oslofjord fund) (8) The future of smart energy prosumers (2013) (RCN Oslofjord fund) (9) Klimareg (2013‐2015) (RCN Oslofjord fund) (10) VRI‐3 Østfold (2014‐2016) (RCN VRI) (11) Smarter Remmen II (2014‐2016) (Statsbygg) (12) Smart Rural Grid (2014‐2016) (EU FP7) (13) Smart Energy Hvaler (2014‐2016) (Hvaler kommune, Fredrikstad Energi, NCE Smart) (14) National Smart Grid Laboratory (2014‐2018) (RCN RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE) (15) ChargeFlex (2015‐2017) (RCN ENERGIX) (16) EMPOWER (2015‐2017) (EU Horizon 2020) (17) FlexNett (2015‐2017) (RCN IPN ENERGIX) (18) IoTSec (2015‐2020) (RCN Forskerprosjekt IKTPLUSS) (19) MATCH  (2016‐2018) (EU ‐ Horizon 2020) (20) PERMIDES (2016‐2018) (EU Horizon 2020) (21) INVADE (2017 – 2019) (EU Horizon 2020) (22) INJECT (2016 – 2018) (Innovation Norway) (23) CINELDI (2016‐2024) (RCN Centres for Environment‐friendly Energy Research FME) (24) SCOTT (2017‐2020) (JU ECSEL) (25) E‐REGIO (2017‐2019) (ERA‐Net) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 R&I projects in mill. EUR 120 M€
  26. 26. Smart Innovation Norway ‐ R&I projects 2009 ‐ 2017  (1) Energy Trade and Environment 2020 (2009‐2011) (RCN RENERGI) (2) Manage Smart in SmartGrid (2010‐2012) (RCN RENERGI) (3) IMPROSUME (2010‐2012) (EU ERA Net) (4) DeVID (2012‐2014) (RCN ENERGIX) (5) VRI‐2 Østfold (2011‐2013) (RCN VRI) (6) Smarter Remmen I (2011‐2013) (Statsbygg) (7) Smart energy optimization of municipal buildings (2013) (RCN Oslofjord fund) (8) The future of smart energy prosumers (2013) (RCN Oslofjord fund) (9) Klimareg (2013‐2015) (RCN Oslofjord fund) (10) VRI‐3 Østfold (2014‐2016) (RCN VRI) (11) Smarter Remmen II (2014‐2016) (Statsbygg) (12) Smart Rural Grid (2014‐2016) (EU FP7) (13) Smart Energy Hvaler (2014‐2016) (Hvaler kommune, Fredrikstad Energi, NCE Smart) (14) National Smart Grid Laboratory (2014‐2018) (RCN RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE) (15) ChargeFlex (2015‐2017) (RCN ENERGIX) (16) EMPOWER (2015‐2017) (EU Horizon 2020) (17) FlexNett (2015‐2017) (RCN IPN ENERGIX) (18) IoTSec (2015‐2020) (RCN Forskerprosjekt IKTPLUSS) (19) MATCH  (2016‐2018) (EU ‐ Horizon 2020) (20) PERMIDES (2016‐2018) (EU Horizon 2020) (21) INVADE (2017 – 2019) (EU Horizon 2020) (22) INJECT (2016 – 2018) (Innovation Norway) (23) CINELDI (2016‐2024) (RCN Centres for Environment‐friendly Energy Research FME) (24) SCOTT (2017‐2020) (JU ECSEL) (25) E‐REGIO (2017‐2019) (ERA‐Net) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 R&I projects in mill. EUR 120 M€
  27. 27. EMPOWER (2015‐2017) (EU Horizon 2020) Develop a complete new energy market where consumers can buy and sell  «neighborhood energy» which is produced locally by solar panels, micro wind  turbines and other de‐central energy production, new market design and new  business models will be tested in Malta, Germany and Norway. • Relieve the central and regional grid, balance distribution grid locally • Increase local electricity production and cheap renewable electricity to the customers • Store electricity locally in battery stations and electrical vehicles Coordinator for Horizon 2020 project ‐ total budget of € 6.1 mill.  • Smart Innovation Østfold AS (NO)  • Schneider Electric Norge AS (NO) • eSmart Systems AS (NO) • Fredrikstad Energi Nett AS (NO) • University of St. Gallen (CH) • Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – CITCEA (ES),  • Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency (MT),  • NewEn Projects GmbH (DE) Horizon 2020 ‐ EMPOWER
  28. 28. EMPOWER develops a completely new market system for trading energy and flexibility locally Horizon 2020 ‐ EMPOWER – €6.1 mill.
  29. 29. Increased feed-in of renewable energy from wind and PVs Horizon 2020 ‐ EMPOWER
  30. 30. Based on Big Data, Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence Horizon 2020 ‐ EMPOWER
  31. 31. Horizon 2020 ‐ EMPOWER
  32. 32. What is the background for ?
  33. 33. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 646476. In the future, most of the energy we use will be produced where it is used.
  34. 34. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 646476. On average 80% of all energy use in residential and office buildings will be covered by local energy production. Central power supply will only be used as a reserve.
  35. 35. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 646476. Passive consumers
  36. 36. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 646476. Active prosumers
  37. 37. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 646476. In the future, most of the energy we use will be produced where it is used. On average 80% of all energy use in residential and office buildings will be covered by local energy production. Central power supply will only be used as a reserve. Decentralized renewable energy production and storage will soon revolutionise the energy sector. What does it mean for a DSO to loose 80% of their grid rental charges ?
  38. 38. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 646476. Decentralized renewable energy production and storage will soon revolutionise the energy sector.
  39. 39. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 646476. New roles in the energy market: prosumers, aggregators, SESP, ESCOs, … Many new business models. Energy companies will have to adapt - or get swallowed by their competitors.
  40. 40. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 646476. New local market model
  41. 41. Dieter Hirdes Head of Research & Innovation Member Horizon 2020 Advisory Group on Energy Coordinator INVADE Horizon 2020 Project Coordinator EMPOWER Horizon 2020 Project m: +47 905 50 268 e: dieter.hirdes@ncesmart.com  www.ncesmart.com

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