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1 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises. All Rights Reserved We deliver Global Engineering Solutions. Efficiently.December 17, 2014 Where to begin your Smart Grid Journey?

2 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises Agenda: Smart Grid glance Benefits SGMM Community Sunil Kotagiri Consultant SGMM Navigator

3 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises 3 Smart Grid – a lot is happening Spending Standards Technology Trends

4 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises 4 Growing rapidly…. Projected Smart Grid spending - $200 billion worldwide from 2008 through 2015 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 set aside $11 billion for grid modernization The Chinese government planned to invest $7.3 billion into the creation of an efficient Smart Grid As a rapidly developing Asian nation, India’s Smart Grid spending is anticipated to reach $1.9 billion by year 2015 Spending

5 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises 5 …….in progress Interoperability - ability of two or more systems or components to exchange information and to use the information that has been exchanged Standards Credit - Smart Grid: Interoperability and Standards by Utility Standard Board (USB) Credit - NIST

6 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises 6 Evolving fast….. Meter manufacturers – developing new modules for advanced meters Consumer technology vendors - busy in creating smarter devices Automobile industry - shifted its focus towards PEVs Energy storage technology - taking a new shape Clean energy policies - promoted roof top solar panels, offshore / onshore wind farms Information technology - investing time and money to develop Smart Grid ‘killer applications’ Technology

7 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises 7 Emerging……. Meter Data Management Demand Response Advanced Distribution Management Cyber Security Utility Data Analytics Trends Credit – Smart Grids technology road map by IEA

8 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises 8

9 SGMM History GIUNC: CenterPoint Energy Progress Energy DONG Energy North Delhi Power Ltd Country Energy Sempra Energy Pepco Holdings IBM APQC GIUNC: CenterPoint Energy Progress Energy DONG Energy North Delhi Power Ltd Country Energy Sempra Energy Pepco Holdings IBM APQC Global Intelligent Utility Network Coalition (GIUNC) develops SGMM Utilities use SGMM v1.0 SEI releases SGMM v1.1 product suite Certification program for SGMM Navigators begins Utilities use SGMM v1.1 Software Engineering Institute serves as model steward

10 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises SGMM at a Glance

11 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises Navigation Process

12 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises SGMM Benefits Use of SGMM by utilities yields: Guidance on strategic objectives & means to track progress Utilities Another mechanism to help with grid modernization DOE Product to offer their customers and ability to participate in strategy dev. Service Providers Assessment & Performance Data SEI “What works” patterns to inform strategies, services, & programs. Correlations of grid performance to modernization patterns Improvements to SGMM product suite. Demonstrations of the value of grid modernization.

13 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises SGMM is used to help organizations Identify where they are on the smart grid landscape Develop a shared smart grid vision and roadmap Communicate using a common language Prioritize options and support decision making Compare to themselves and the community Measure their progress Prepare for and facilitate change How is SGMM Used

14 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises SGMM Community Tokyo Electric Shanghai Municipal Electric Power Co. Alliander EDF (UK) DONG Energy ERDF Union Fenosa NDPL Zhejiang Energy CLP Energy Australia Country Energy CPFL EDP AusNet CELPE Enexis Integral Energy Tata CFE (3 divisions) EPCOR Hydro Ottawa Exelon/ComEd VELCO Allegheny Power Dominion Power First Energy AEP PHI Exelon Duke Energy SCANA Corp. East Miss EPA Ameren Illinois Ameren Missouri NB Power PGN Carolina PGN Florida AMP (22 municipal power utilites) Exelon/PECO Manitoba Hydro BC Hydro Bonneville Pwr. Portland Gen. Salt River Proj. Sempra Austin Energy CoServ Centerpoint Entergy Glendale W & P Detroit Edison Burbank Water & Power Integrys PG&E Toronto Hydro Tucson Electric Power Xcel Energy

15 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises 15 Conclusion

16 © 2012 Infotech Enterprises Limited. All Rights Reserved We deliver Global Engineering Solutions. Efficiently.www.infotech-enterprises.com Thank You


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