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1 © Copyright IBM Corporation 2006 Disclaimer (Optional location for any required disclaimer copy. To set disclaimer, or delete, go to View | Master | Slide Master) IBM Global Business Services © 2009 IBM Corporation Case Studies in Demand Response and Smart Grids National Town Meeting on Demand Response and Smart Grids Don Mak IBM Energy & Utilities Industry July 14, 2009

2 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, Whats smart? Smart appliances, meters, and sensors adjust consumption dynamically based on real-time pricing for residential consumers Smarter Outcomes 10% lower electricity bills 50% reduction short-term peak loads $70B projected savings though better use of existing infrastructure Pacific Northwest National Laboratory changes the business model for energy delivery Leading Examples

3 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, Whats smart? EDISON* research consortium, a Denmark-based collaborative aimed at developing an intelligent infrastructure that will make possible the large scale adoption of electric vehicles powered by sustainable energy Smarter Outcomes Upward of 10% of the country's vehicles to be all electric or hybrid electric during the coming years Minimize CO2-emissions linked to electrified transport Maximize the use of renewable energy Enable smart technologies to control electric vehicle charging and billing and to ensure the stability of the overall energy system EDISON will develop an intelligent infrastructure that will enable large scale adoption of electric vehicles powered by sustainable energy *EDISON = Electric Vehicles in a Distributed and Integrated Market using Sustainable Energy and Open Networks

4 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, Southern California Edison Data Center proof point and Security and Interoperability foundation Whats Smart? Data Center Energy Efficiency - Applied monitoring technology in commercial data center in Southern California Secure Energy Internet - Security and interoperability are key concerns to DR and SG implementations Smarter Outcomes 10% data center energy savings - Annualized savings exceed 300kWh - Greater savings available with technology refresh Wide-scale demonstration - Intra- and inter-utility scope - Partner ecosystem solution Average DC Definition Size20k ft 2 Power density40 W/ft 2 Power1.4 MW

5 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, Whats smart? Innovative trial of time-of-use and critical peak electricity tariffs enabled by smart meters Smarter Outcomes Up to a 25% shifting away from summertime critical peak times 6% lower energy consumption overall 75% of participants saved money 83% of participants wanted to stay on the program Ontario Energy Board demonstrates the value of time- sensitive rates

6 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, Oncors Smart Texas Advanced Metering System is Live Whats Smart? Replacing old meters and systems with advanced metering systems and enabling in- home demand response For the cost savings by using a CFL bulb compared to a 100-watt bulb… Smarter Outcomes June 30, 2009: 211,000+ meters providing 15-minute interval data to the market Deployment of remaining 3.2 million meters continuing to % consumption and customer cost savings Better customer information about energy usage Utility - improved reliability, stability, security Source: Oncor

7 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, Customers will pay only for the energy they actually use Customers will be able to switch to a pre-pay service, similar to mobile phone pre- payment Commercial losses will be reduced through monitoring of electricity and water grids Remote management of electricity supply Sophisticated analysis of consumption patterns, enabling a real-time view of energy use to identify opportunities for reduction Customers will have an Internet portal to track energy consumption Malta will become the first country to implement an end-to- end electricity and water smart utility system Whats smart? Smarter Outcomes Smart electricity and water meters, advanced IT applications enabling remote monitoring, management, meter readings and meter suspensions, customer energy management portal

8 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, Whats Smart? Retrofit remote monitoring and control devices Quickly locates and isolates faults Smarter Outcomes Potential to reduce outage minutes by 25-50% Fault search time reduced by one-third Potential capital savings up to 90 % DONG Energy Optimizes Operations to Respond to Outages Faster

9 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, So, What is the Point? - There are many successful pilots and implementations of Demand Response and Smart Grid activities - The time to act is now – for customers and the planet

10 IBM Global Business Services © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 Smarter Grids for a Smarter Planet | July 14, IBM Research is using its considerable capabilities to tackle some of the greatest smart grid challenges High-Impedance Fault Detection and Characterization Develop a real time analytics engine for electric power grid diagnostics and optimization based on event data flows to and from sensor, actuator and control systems in the power grid Outage Root Cause Analysis Enable electric utilities to more quickly repair outages by rapidly identifying and repairing damaged network components using general outage root cause analysis regardless of the type of fault Integrated Distribution Outage Planning An innovative software offering to help utilities create an optimized outage plan using analytics and optimization engines to plan the time frame and load transfer paths for outages. Continuous Regulatory Assurance Develop a continuous assurance approach to regulatory compliance through the application of provenance and end-to-end traceability technology Carbon Management for Electricity Estimate and monitor carbon footprint consumption of electricity and carbon emissions and provide a framework for optimal abatement strategies and model optimal abatement options for carbon reduction Relevant Capabilities and Experience


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