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  1. 1. Solutions for the Crossroads:“Energy Optimizationfrom Plant to Plug…”Aaron Davis, Chief Marketing OfficerPhilippe Delorme, EVP Strategy & Innovation
  2. 2. Solutions of the pastare simply not sufficient for the future The world’s energy system is at a crossroads. Current global trends inenergy supply and consumption are patently unsustainable –environmentally, socially, economically. But that can – and must – be altered;there’s still time to change the road we’re on. It is not an exaggeration to claimthat the future of human prosperity depends on how successfullywe tackle the two central energy challenges facing us today: securing thesupply of reliable and affordable energy; and effecting a rapid transformation toa low –carbon, efficient and environmentally benign system of energy supply.What is needed is nothing short of an energy revolution. Source: World Energy Outlook 2
  3. 3. Pervasive changesfrom population, standard of living, and technology● Humans created 161 Exabyte of data in 2006, approximately three million times the information in all the books ever written. Projected to be 988 in 2010.● In 2005, the average IT network user consumed 3Mb bandwidth per month. In 2008, this became 3Mb per day● Microsoft and Google announce new datacenter plans based on location of cheapest electricity● $12 trillion will be spent for energy in the next 20 years, equaling the spending of the past 100 years● Between 2002 & 2007 the cost of electricity was multiplied by 3● « Last year human beings produced more transistors than rice grains…and at lower cost… » - IBM * source: IDC, EMC 3
  4. 4. Physical sales of virtual goods topped more than $300M in 200720 milligrams The Internet willCO2 per produce 20% ofsecond the world’s GHG in 10 years… 4
  5. 5. Welcome to the “inelastic” Digital Worldcreating the requirement for an energy revolution…● Impacting the way we use all types of power● Impacting the way we design and interact with our buildings and homes● Impacting the way we design and use our production and manufacturing centers, which in turn drives massive demographic changes● Impacting our datacenters and personal technology habits and the Machine to Machine Internet has barely begun!Rates of change are exponential on the problem side… whilesolutions to date have been component and linear… 5
  6. 6. The future demands new solutionsand the largest companies must lead Information Traditional Technology Energy & Automation Solutions must take the best of both worlds…. The “I” and the “E” 6
  7. 7. And we must own this new market spacewhilst maintaining strength in traditional businesses Intelligent Energy Winning companies will be focused on Intelligent Energy… 7
  8. 8. Intelligent Energy:Enabling the architectural integrationof data, power, security, cooling andautomation in the Digital World 8
  9. 9. Generation supply mattersbut demand behavior matters most, first!● Over 67% of CO2 emissions reduction will come from power generation World energy-related CO2 emissions Source: World Energy Outlook 2009, OECD / IEA9
  10. 10. Generation supply mattersbut demand behavior matters most, first!● Over 50% of CO2 reduction will come from energy efficiency World energy-related CO2 emissions abatement Source: World Energy Outlook 2009, OECD / IEA10
  11. 11. We have 10 years… The quickest wins: 50% of C02 cut must come from behaviourto fix 4 critical problemsGeneration: Transmission: Buildings and Process: Point of Use:> 10 years to fix > 10 years to fix 1- 5 years to fix 1-5 years to fixProblems:CO2 Emissions Stranded Capacity Stranded Capacity EfficiencyTransmission Efficiency Capacity Constraints Service Entrance Capacity and IntegrationCapacity Constraints Focusing on point of use architecture provides fastest impact and frees upstream capacity through Power Plant to Plug Optimization 11 Source: Hot, Flat and Crowded: Tom Friedman
  12. 12. Behaviour and good system architecture…can they really make a difference?17,096 TWh*Total annual electric power use on earth41%approximately goes to industrial & commercialbuildings or about 6,960 TWh20%**estimation of the % of the 41% wasted due toinefficiency of the traditional building infrastructure,(compared to what is possible for the same cost.)1,392 TWh France electricity consumption (536 TWh)Potential savings now! *CIA World Factbook 2008 **ACEEE Study, 2005 12
  13. 13. Unintegrated Components 13
  14. 14. Yes, a very big difference!26 TWh *The world’s current Photo Voltaic power generation capacitycontinuous equivalent outputEfficient building design are therefore 53+ times greater(purely a behaviour and education issue)Efficient data center design, the savings available in are7 times greater… over 60x! *World PV Industry Report Summary March 16, 2009 14
  15. 15. The energy equation:a system under tension and conflict Environmental impact People safety Asset integrity Safe Energy availability Energy quality Offer quality Gre e en iabl Rel Energy efficiency Reduced Opex Reduced Capex e tiv Ef Deployment speed uc Ability to integrate fic od Ability to scale ie Pr nt Carbon free Easy installation Easy connection 15
  16. 16. From primordial ooze to the modern ageThe evolution of management systems for facilities Emerging ability to answer Getting better – “separate Moving toward “solution1 basic questions 2 but equal” 3 excellence” “Facility management” Integrated quasi-system MANAGEMENT system Domain excellence +The five management The reign of “domain collaboration evolves“domains” take shape excellence” towards “solution excellence” 16
  17. 17. :the right ecosystem to supportthe convergence of 5 key domains promise : ● Guaranteed compatibility / synergy / Power White Space capability between the 5 domains of Management Management expertise ● Energy monitoring everywhere, with up to 30% EE Process Building & Machine Management ● Enabled by the right connecting Management technologies : ● IP as a common highway Security ● Web services as a common language Management (SOA architectures)Making energy Safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green 17
  18. 18. A complete system approach Domain Services Products Control Supervision Enterprise Cloud Power Quality Energy Energy savings & CO2 Power & Energy monitoring portal IPMCC POWER Local MV control Local LV control Power SCADA EEM Renewables energy conversion Continuous process Discrete process General machine control PROCESS & Packaging Process Control SCADA MES MACHINES Material Handling Hoisting Pump & fan control PDUs (rack, traditional) White space monitoring UPS WHITE Cooling (in raw, perimeter) Inventory mgt & workflow SPACE Surveillance Environmental monitoring Capacity simulation & modelling Lighting Heating BUILDING Ventilation Air conditioning Building Control CONTROL Zone control Lifts & escalators Access control Video surveillance Video surveillance SECURITY Emergency lighting Access control Alarms THIRD PARTIES 18
  19. 19. Solution offer overview Supervision Energy ManagementEnergy data access Enterprise portal Services at low cost POWER PROCESS & MACHINES WHITE SPACE Supervision BUILDING CONTROL SECURITY Supervision 19
  20. 20. What we plan to bring to the market Seamless inter-connection and integration of Power, Build Control, Security & White space mgt SystemsGeneric Buildings Data-centersHospitals Universal Energy monitoring Module One Schneider-Electric Customer portal Easy integration of Security (access/video) in Process management Simple integration between Power & Process MMM WWW O&G Enhance Non-Permanent Monitoring & Control Capabilities 20
  21. 21. So let’s take a look… 21
  22. 22. Water Treatment & Distribution 22
  23. 23. Active energy management architectures…from Power Plant to Plug Possible Electricity Savings Saved● Industry & Infrastructure 15% 678 TWh● Data Center & Network 30% 410 TWh● Building 20% 1,392 TWh● Residential 15% 552 TWh 3,033 TWh annually Source: US DOE-EIA (Energy Outlook 2007), Green Grid for Data Centers, CIA Worldbook Industry Buildings are included in building and not in industry. SE estimations of possible savings based upon23 best practice design and behaviour changes
  24. 24. Make the most ofyour energy™Schneider Electric - Division - Name – Date 24