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1 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential GRID Laurent SCHMITT, VP Strategy & Innovation Alstom Grid SmartGrid : the new Data Tsunami
2 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Power Generation Thermal & Renewables Low & No-Carbon Energy Solutions Renewables Efficiency Improvements Carbon capture & Storage Transport Faster, Cleaner and less congestion High-speed Rail Light Rail Urban Tramways Grid Smarter, more Reliable, more Flexible Power Transmission Up to 1200 kV substations Advanced Network Management Renewable Integration Smart Grid and Super Grid technologies Clean Energy and Transport Solutions
3 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential New Virtual Power Plant/MicroGrid A micro subsystem with generation, storage and consumption capacity aggregating 10-50MW interconnected with the global energy wholesale New Virtual Power Plant/MicroGrid A micro subsystem with generation, storage and consumption capacity aggregating 10-50MW interconnected with the global energy wholesale Complex Step Change : Connecting Prosumers with Grids Smart Energy Positive Infrastructures Increased energy density during peaks Real-time pricing to end consumers Complexity to change Grid footprint Consumers turning to “Prosumers” Integrated Mobility Services
4 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Alstom Grid’s technologies and solutions are at the heart of the Smart & Super Grids Historical activity evolving towards new Smart Grid areas Alstom Grid is strong technology leader in Control Room Solutions for Grid Systems On-line stability Renewable Connection Active Demand Response Eco-Cities Grid Connections NiceGrid IssyGrid Strong international strategy
5 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Internet DSOs EVEV Transmission/Wholesale Control Rooms (EMS-MMS-OSS-AMS-GMS) TSOs & Market Operators Aggregators (Generation, Load) Distribution/Retail Control Rooms (IDMS, DRMS, MDMS) Cities Neighborhoo ds Metering Concentrator / AMI Residential T EHV SAS Storage Commerci al & Industrials Secondary D SAS Sub T / Primary D SAS Gencos Grid Automation Asset Automation & Controls CorePartners New Reference Layered Control Architecture
6 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential LV/MV Concentrators MV Power Line Carrier Optical Fiber SDH/PDH Wireless Access Meshed Networks Control Rooms (EMS/DMS/DRMS) Digital HV SS Digital MV SS Low Resiliency Backbone High Resiliency Backbone New Reference Integrated Telecom Architecture Smart Metering Integration of Telecom backbones
7 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Where are we on the Hype Cycle ? Customer is the current challenge !
8 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Where are we on the technology challenge ? Data tsunami ahead ! Consumer connection is really data intensive
9 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Demand Response Use Case Time Scale of DR Source: LBNL Most operational use of demand response (DR) assets today involves many time-consuming manual steps. Use of DR cannot scale unless the manual steps are eliminated through automation, and integrated to control center applications. Integration and automation is also essential for DR to provide real-time energy and ancillary services.
10 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Strong Implication on SmartGrid Standardization Use Case Management Generic Use Case Libraries Domain / Actor Role Reference Architecture Security Management Standard Developme nts
11 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential New Standardized Architecture Model Source : SmartGrid Coordination Group / M490 Mandate
12 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential ELIA DERMS (e-storage) EU DERMS (Grid4EU) Smart Grid Pilots, Innovation, Early Concepts Map ERDF DERMS (Vendée) ERDF DERMS (NiceGrid) Veolia DERMS (Reflexe) GDF Suez EMBIX (Greenlys) UVSQ EMBIX (Smart Campus) Issy City EMBIX (IssyGrid) BOUTGUES EMBIX (EPIT) Duke Energy DERMS (DOE) RTE Digital Substation WPD Distribution Automation (Falcon) UKPN Distribution Automation (FPP) SNCF / Econoving Program Gare CEA Meshed DC (Winpower) ESB Fast Charging DC (Green e-motion) EU DC breakers, WAMS (Twenties1) MEW - Kuwait DRMS MEW - Kuwait On-line Asset Philadelphia DERMS (Navy yard) BOUYGUES EMBIX (Eco2charge) EDF DRMS B2C EU DR Hub (WP2013) EU Twenties + (WP2013) EU EMBIX (Cooperate) Energinet.dk Energinet AVR Cell Transelectrica WAMPAC – Shield (DANCERS) Infrax DERMS (Slim) ELIA / ORES Active Network Management ESB Smart Energy Port (FINESCE) BPA DRMS (DOE) ELIA Online Stability (AFTER)
13 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Evolving towards new Grid 2.0 Functions EMS DMS MMS Reliability Distribution Market Places Active Network Management HD Analytics (Big Data) DER / DR Enrollment Bidding, Clearing support Settlement Ancillary services FLISR Local Optimization Load shedding, Black start µGrids support Congestion Mgnt (AFR) Voltage regulation (VVC) VPP Operations (P,Q I/E) RES Integration RT Monitoring (SM, PMU) Condition Monitoring Demand reduction EE & New usages WAMS Risk assessment AMI/MDM Portal GIS Forecast CIS MMS, BRP Integrated Cyber Security Schield
14 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Grid 2.0 New Analytics EE & New usages Manage Demand response process flow, Auto DR, Base Line Methods EV infrastructure Monitoring & Control Dynamic rating, Limits calculations and management Condition Monitoring / Asset Care Predict Overload, Look ahead operations “Use High Definition monitoring, higher spatial resolution (PMU), higher time resolution (Meters), Enable Data services, and New electricity usages ” Short Term Plans Energy Efficiency HD Data Analytics RT Monitoring (SM, PMU) Condition Monitoring Demand reduction EE & New usages Embedded DLR Functions
15 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Next Steps on Analytics
16 ALSTOM © 2010 Confidential Welcome in the Smart Grid world !
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