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© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 1 Centralized Remote Monitoring of Renewable Power Plants Abhinav Jain Domain Consultant
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 2 US $ Billion in Revenues (28% CAGR over 6 years) $ 5.2* Active Global Clients (150+ fortune 500 customers) 953* Top 25 Countries 54 Attracts the Best Talent Wipro Technologies - Overview Sustained Growth Partner to Industry Leaders Global Presence (*Figures for Q – 12 for Global IT Business) Includes Global IT Services Business and Products **List announced by Aon Hewitt, The RBL Group and Fortune (Products revenue - as per Indian GAAP converted to USD based on realized exchange rate of IT Services business) Employees * Company for Leaders, globally**
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 3 Wipro: Integrated Service Offerings Pharma & HLS ENUManufacturing & Hi-Tech Retail, CPG, Transportation & Government Financial Services Business Application Services ( ) Technology Infrastructure Services (15000+) Business Process Outsourcing ( ) Consulting (700+) Telecom & Media Product Engineering Services (18000+) Analytics and Information Management (5000+) Utilities & retail Smart Grid Generation & Renewable Generation & Renewable Transmission & Distribution Transmission & Distribution HSSE Oil & Gas Upstream & Downstream Oil & Gas Upstream & Downstream Mining & Metals CEO (ETRM) Service lines Industry verticals
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 4 Renewable Business Functions Current Automation State and Challenges Approach to Solution Demo Dashboard and Roadmap Agenda
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 5 Renewable Business Functions IT and Automation Scenarios
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 6 Renewable Value Chain Design and Build Technology agnostic engineering Plant life cycle Management Design services SCADA and Plant monitoring Production forecasting Generation Control Alarms and Notifications Report generation Substation management Asset Management GIS integration Workforce Automation PPA management (Settlements) Back-office Integration KPIs and Reports dashboard Overall Production forecasting Delta forecasting Dispatch control and Scheduling Substation monitoring Grid Monitoring Commercial management Congestion & curtailment Situational intelligence
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 7 Current automation state and challenges IT and Automation Scenarios
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 8 Current IT and Automation Practices
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 9 Business Challenges More number of plants and labor Dispersed plants at remote locations High Operational Cost Huge number of plant with diverse set of data Plants are monitored and controlled locally Restrained Growth Multiple plants using multiple technologies Huge cost of hardware agnostic technologies System Hardware Dependency Intermittent nature of renewable resources Real time updates in production planning Plant Production Reliability
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 10 Approach to Solution IT and Automation Scenarios
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 11 Monitoring: The Context Who Wind/Solar plant IPPs Wind/Solar plant utilities Plant Owners/Operators What Operational Monitoring Performance Monitoring Business KPIs How Technical Considerations Architecture for Monitoring Good Practices
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 12 Monitoring Architecture - Field Considerations How to collate data at a central place? How to handle link failure and data loss? What is the right device for data management – logger, RTU, SCADA? What is the right frequency of data collection? Considerations How to collate data at a central place? How to handle link failure and data loss? What is the right device for data management – logger, RTU, SCADA? What is the right frequency of data collection? Good Practices Use Modbus for rooftop and small plants. Use wireless for plants spread across Attach a local PC for data buffering. Rooftop – data logger, small plants – RTU, larger plants – SCADA for local control Rooftop – 5 mins, small plants – 1 min, substations – 10 sec. Good Practices Use Modbus for rooftop and small plants. Use wireless for plants spread across Attach a local PC for data buffering. Rooftop – data logger, small plants – RTU, larger plants – SCADA for local control Rooftop – 5 mins, small plants – 1 min, substations – 10 sec.
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 13 Monitoring Architecture - Center Considerations How to integrate plants with different technologies and vendors? How to ensure real time data acquisition at very high rates? How to combine real time and enterprise data for reports and dashboard? Considerations How to integrate plants with different technologies and vendors? How to ensure real time data acquisition at very high rates? How to combine real time and enterprise data for reports and dashboard? Good Practices Protocol independent device layer to integrate with any field situation Use SCADA for data acquisition and real time screen definition, including control actions Use collaboration tools for information exchange with field crew Integrate the solution with enterprise applications to gain efficiency Use portal mashup to bring together real time and analytic information. Good Practices Protocol independent device layer to integrate with any field situation Use SCADA for data acquisition and real time screen definition, including control actions Use collaboration tools for information exchange with field crew Integrate the solution with enterprise applications to gain efficiency Use portal mashup to bring together real time and analytic information. Device Integration Modbus XML DNP3 IEC 104 OPC SCADA Historian Enterprise Integration Enterprise Apps Real Time Dashboard Enterprise Security Collaboration
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 14 Common Considerations Technology Areas ScalabilityReliability Network Choice Cyber Security Accessibility Mobility Seamless scaling with increase in plants Handle link fails, data losses Wired, Wireless, VSAT – assess suitability Implement CIP standards from NERC Must be web accessible. Share data with Stakeholders Dashboard on handheld. Crew enablement
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 15 Deployment Approach -Scalability -Security -Accessibility -Pay per use
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 16 Demo Dashboard and Roadmap IT and Automation Scenarios
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 17 Demo Dashboard
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 18 The Maturity Curve Passive Viewing Delayed Plant data Alerts Offline actions Operations Monitoring Near real time Control actions Prediction and tracking Long term analytics Performance monitoring Dedicated team Integrated Operations Cause and action Integrated maintenance and inventory Manage commercial performance As an Utility -Integrated operation and back-office -Utilize KPIs from utilities
© 2012 WIPRO LTD | 19 Abhinav Jain Domain Consultant Power Generation and Renewable
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