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Intelgrids H4D Stanford 2018

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Intelgrids H4D Stanford 2018

  1. IntelGrids Given Problem Develop a way for Navy and Marine Corps public works officers to partner with local utility companies in order to ensure reliable delivery of power to an installation and prevent power outages due to the Duck Curve Student Team Ali Andrews Austin Bushree Jaime R.-Toubes Tigran TsaturyanDesigner / Environmental Consultant Software Dev/ Energy Expertise Client Discovery / Power Systems Tom Campbell Strategy / Energy Markets Software Engineer (ADVISOR) Refined Problem Enable NAVFAC Base Utility Managers to more effectively communicate with their power utility to ensure comprehensive understanding and optimization of costs, restrictions, and opportunities 101 Intervie ws
  2. What we did 100+ Interviews Base Energy Managers (PW8) Base Utility Managers (PW6) Public Work Officers (PWO) NAVFAC HQ Public Utilities Commission Local Utilities Energy Startups Academia 7 Proposed MVPs 2 Field Trips
  3. Our evolving Mission Model Canvas
  4. Why domestic bases matter Training and Readiness Logistical Support Operational Support
  5. How it all began DoD Utility
  6. Our journey Week 1 contribute to solve the Duck Curve? Demand Response Platform “It is about cost, not reliability” “Controllable loads might lead to Cyber issues” “Savings for utilities could not counter the extra work” How might we help the Navy...
  7. Our journey Week 2 contribute to solve the Duck Curve? Duck Curve Tariff “A tariff will not move the needle” “Developing a tariff takes more than a year” “Many Navy facilities lack the the ability to know or closely monitor their loads” How might we help the Navy... Week 1 contribute to solve the Duck Curve? Demand Response Platform How might we help the Navy...
  8. Our Journey Week 2 contribute to solve the Duck Curve? Duck Curve Tariff How might we help the Navy... Week 1 contribute to solve the Duck Curve? Demand Response Platform How might we help the Navy... Week 3 reduce its energy costs? “Data is necessary, but not sufficient” “Some bases do not make use of the data even with access to it” “Behavioral cues are needed to drive change” How might we help the Navy... Smart Metering Program
  9. Our Journey Duck Curve Tariff Demand Response Platform Smart Metering Program facilitate knowledge sharing? Knowledge Sharing Platform How might we help the Navy... Week 2 contribute to solve the Duck Curve? How might we help the Navy... Week 1 contribute to solve the Duck Curve? How might we help the Navy... Week 3 reduce its energy costs? How might we help the Navy... Week 4
  10. The Duck Curve is a reliability issue that jeopardizes the energy security of military bases. The Duck Curve is a cost issue based on the fact that utilities may take measures to mitigate that double the electricity rates for industrial users like the DoD. V S. “ “ ” ”
  11. A cost based solution that embodies the stress on the grid caused by the early-evening ramp is a viable solution to the Duck Curve. ” Pricing only matters when people pay attention to it. V S. “ “ ”
  12. There’s a person who gets yelled when things break or the lights go out. There’s an entirely different person who gets yelled at if a base goes beyond its budgets. The communication between them is extremely The “Yell-Chain” Contradiction ” “
  13. Our Journey Week 5 facilitate knowledge sharing? Interbase Meeting and Guidelines “Solar overgeneration caused an outage on a major base” “We did not know that (the utility) had installed that...” “PW6 and PW8 of the same base barely communicate” How might we help the Navy...
  14. Our Journey Week 6 avoid problems from utility communication? NAVFAC Utility - Base Roadmap How might we help the Navy... Week 5 facilitate knowledge sharing? Interbase Meeting and Guidelines How might we help the Navy... “Many Energy and Utility Managers have little experience dealing with the utility” “Experience is critical, but already maxed out on training hours”
  15. Our Journey Week 6 avoid problems from utility communication? NAVFAC Utility - Base Roadmap How might we help the Navy... Week 5 facilitate knowledge sharing? Interbase Meeting and Guidelines How might we help the Navy... Week 7 avoid problems from utility communication? Base - Utility Checklist How might we help the Navy... “Existing periodic PREP audit exam is a mechanism that forces base public works personnel to judge themselves and their performance to clearly
  16. Our Journey Week 6 avoid problems from utility communication? NAVFAC Utility - Base Roadmap How might we help the Navy... Week 5 facilitate knowledge sharing? Interbase Meeting and Guidelines How might we help the Navy... Week 7 avoid problems from utility communication? Base - Utility Checklist How might we help the Navy... Week 8 avoid problems from utility communication? Utility Questions in PREP Audit How might we help the Navy...
  17. Something along those lines would be good to add to the PREP because it would make PWO’s ‘scratch their heads’ and better communicate -NAVFAC LANT ” “
  18. Final Minimum Viable Product PREP Audit - completed annually BMS Guide on Utility Interconnection New utility communications section SCO RE Better score next year HIGH LOW
  19. the WHO/WHAT/WHY CONSISTENT, TRANSPARENT UTILITY-BASE RELATIONSHIP UTILITY COMPA NY CUSTO MER RELATI ONS BASE PUBLIC WORKS DEPT Data Collection & Analysis Prioritization of needs Advanced planning Multi-stakeholder engagement Energy Security Framework Reliability Resiliency Efficiency
  20. Thanks to Our Sponsor: NAVFAC EXWC Ben Wilcox Yutaka Sugiyama Our Advisors: Sila Kiliccote Craig Seidel Nick Hill Rebecca Ore H4D Teaching Team TAs Our Interviewees: (including but not limited to) NAVFAC HQ NAVFAC LANT ONR Stanford Faculty Utility, PUC, and technology representatives and many, many more.

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