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© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 1 Advanced flexibility management: concepts and opportunities Making Things Smart
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 2 Major issues for the electric grid W 1/ PEAK 2/ BALANCING
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 3 Management of balancing reserves 3
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 4 The world changes Random production from renewables Intelligent consumption
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 5 So, do we need to build more peak power plants???
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 6 The upcoming paradigm is random but can be predicted can be planned Demand Production
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 7 Smart-LS and smart-DR The solutions cover load shifting (LS) and demand response (DR). Both solutions perform a bottom-up quantitative analysis based on a physical model of the process under control
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 8 Automated Demand Response Bids Simulate Monitor state -Exact energy estimates -Exact cost estimates -Always-on bidding -Proof of D/R energy volumes -Quantitative Back Testing
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 9 From process to model
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 10 Physical models -Constrained optimization -Purchasing/Selling optimization -Industrial process simulation model Computes: -Production/consumption nominal schedule -Maximum adjustment volume, upward and downward -Minimal adjustment offer prices Aggregation engine -Summation of offers -Safety margins -Financial models, optimal adjustment bid offers. TSO/tech interface -Bid submission and management -Periodic bid updates. Real time parameter data - volume, temperature, consumption, availability… Real-time control De-aggregation engine -Split activations to individual commands Reporting -Dashboard : predicted vs actual schedule, gains and penalties per activated bid. -Post-mortem analysis of won and lost bids. -Adjustment potential estimations. -Optimization of nominal schedule Statistical analysis -Database of adjustment prices/volumes -Forecast models OTC interface Internal market prior to TSO bidding TSO/finance interface -Consolidation of payments -Penalties
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 11 Engagement model : back-testing
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 12 Gain estimates Dynamic predictive tarif optimization: 5 to 10% (on top of classical manual optimizations) Online flexibility sales/purchases : 10 to 15% (all consumers) Long term flexibility options: about 5% (peak consumers only !) % of electricity bill (energy and distribution) For certain industries, this may represent a doubling of operational margin
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 13 Immediate activation request on participant dashboard Automatic handling of failures & intra-aggregate reserve power
© Actility – Confidential – Under NDA 14 THANK YOU email@example.com
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