Agility In Energy - Unleashing The Power Of The Industry

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Description: EnergyIP platform to intelligently manage data derived from consumption. Integration of commercial and industrial consumers. Scalable for future business applications, such as smart home, energy efficiency.

Linking energy management technology with building automation. Decentralized energy management system. Highly advanced building automation systems.

 
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Contents:
Agility in energy –
Unleashing the power
of the industry
Ralf Christian | CEO Energy Management Division
EUW, November 15, 2016, Barcelona
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Three major factors are driving the revolution of energy systems

Sensors,
analytical algorithms
Small scale power generators

Breakthrough
technology

Energy storage
e-Mobility, e-Highways
Electrical heating/cooling,
heat pumps
Power-to-x

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Three major factors are driving the revolution of energy systems

Political
targets
Breakthrough
technology

Energy efficiency leads to
increasing electrification
CO2 reduction targets lead
to increasing renewable
power generation

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Three major factors are driving the revolution of energy systems

Political
targets
Breakthrough
technology

From passive consumers
to active participants
Own energy generation
systems (e.g. nano-grids)

Changing
customer
behavior
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Three major factors are driving the revolution of energy systems

Political
targets
Breakthrough
technology

Consumercentric
energy world
Changing
customer
behavior

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What’s changing?

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Past consumers are becoming future prosumers

57%
Islands

Cities

Communities

Residential
homes

of consumers
are considering
becoming
self-sufficient

while they stay
connected to
the power grid
Source: Accenture’s New Energy
Consumer research program

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Utilities as distribution platform optimizers and service providers?
Examples:

66%
… of utility executives expect
their role to evolve toward a
Distribution Platform Optimizer

Platform provider for grid optimization:
• Network optimization services to
support grid operations in real time
• Performance-based models for distribution
“Match maker” between local energy prosumers:
• Organization of local energy markets
• Microgrid engineering
• Energy infrastructure maintenance and financing
• Energy service provider, e.g. for efficiency and
demand response programs, distributed generation
and co-generation
• Ancillary service provider for transmission
(aggregation of loads and distributed generation)

Source: www.accenture.com/utilities

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How to prosper
in such an
environment?
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The secret to maintaining values and staying ahead

Environmental
sustainability

Digitalization

Agility

Affordability

Distributed energy
systems

Security of supply

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What does it take to be “agile”?

Culture

Integration

Technology






• Intelligent devices in the grid
directly connected with business
and energy management
applications
• Cross-sector network operation
• Interaction with consumers and
“prosumers” via digital channels






Focus on end-customers
Short decision-making paths
Employee participation
Drive for learning and
innovation
• Flexibility

Easy to manage
Increased adaptability
Open for integration
High degree of safety
and standardization
• Data analytics and decision
algorithms

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Digitalization
as a key enabler
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Increasingly data-driven grid infrastructure needs to be managed
Integrated intelligence –
From enterprise IT level over control level down to field level

Open and standardized protocols
Adaptable products

Scalable systems

Fully or partially autonomously field devices
IT/OT integration

Advanced analytics

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A holistic cyber security approach – More than the sum of its features
• Monitoring of components
• Threat intelligence
• Security patch management
• 3rd party security patch compatibility test
• Security and privacy by design
• Handling of vulnerabilities and Incidents
• End-to-end protection
• Proven protection concepts based on international
standards and expertise
• Certified processes
(ISO/IEC 27001, IEC 62443-2-4/-3-3)
• Enabling operational security
• Access control for a distributed grid
• Certified remote access
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Facilitate an agile,
consumer-centric
energy world
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Examples from host and partner countries EUW

Netherlands

1

Denmark

Spain
Italy

1 EUW 2017

Projects

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Viesgo project, Spain –
Retail use of smart meter data for improved customer interaction
• EnergyIP platform
to intelligently
manage data
derived from
consumption
• Integration of
commercial and
industrial
consumers
• Scalable for future
business
applications, such
as smart home,
energy efficiency

• Analysis of data from
700,000 customers
• New capabilities for
customized offers based
on consumption patterns

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Ventotene, Italy –
Off-grid electrification of an entire island
• 500 kW / 600 kWh
SIESTORAGE
accompanied by
a Microgrid
Controller for a
stand-alone grid
• Optimized diesel
engine operation

• Reduced diesel emission for
4 hours / day in winter season
• Network stabilization

• Management of
electricity from
renewable sources
during periods of
low load

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EcoGrid EU project, Denmark –
Adapting consumption to power availability
• Linking energy
management
technology with
building automation
• Decentralized
energy
management
system
• Highly advanced
building automation
systems

• Integration and optimum use of
renewables-based power
• Smart utilization of electrical energy
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Rotterdam harbor district, Netherlands –
Ensure security of supply with a self-healing grid
• Development of a
self-healing grid to
significantly
minimize outage
times
• Regional controller
to automatically
handle fault location,
isolation, and
service restoration

• Reliable power supply
• Resupply of customers in
less than a minute
• Significant cost savings

• Automation
technology to control
intelligent secondary
substations
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Empowering the utility of the future –
New approach of collaboration between manufacturers and utilities
• Connect
competencies to
face disruptive
opportunities
• Create futureoriented projects
through innovation
workshops
• Development of new
ideas in a creative,
but structured
approach

Innovation workshop with Italian utility:
• 83 value propositions developed together
during a single day
• 4 business ideas enabled by digitalization
within the low voltage level

• Identification of key
drivers and hurdles
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Agility in energy.
Let’s shape the customer-centric
utility together.
Visit us at booth 3D97
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