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2 2 Metering Operational Management Operational Management Operational Management Generation Transmission Distribution Supply Operational Management Customer Energy flow control Energy flow data acquisition and analyses Metering Metering

3 3 Energy Management Cycle Performance Visualization Monitoring and Targeting Metering and Verification Reporting Metering Data Information Knowledge Action

4 4 HOW TO DEVELOP SMART NETWORKS? TECHNOLOGY

5 5 What is the Smart Grid Expert Management System Consumption Management Advanced Metering Infrastructure Distribution Automation Energy Flow Control

6 6 Smart Grid – it’s a concept, not a system Advance Meter - it’s foundational Communication infrastructure is key

7 7 SELECTED DATA SELECTED DATA Generating System 13,248 MW Peak Demand 11,920 MW Electricity Generated 61,100 Million kWh Total Consumption 57,000 Million kWh Number of Consumers 2.55 Million Employees 13,000 Total Income 6.8 Billion $ Price per kwh (residentional) 0.12 Euro cent

8 8 THE ISRAELI ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Isolated Relatively small system Generation reserve - lower than expected economical reserve - higher than expected Densely populated country One of the highest long term yearly demand growth in the world No large neighboring systems

9 9 MV consumers TWh %37.7 G Chain of Electricity in Israel HV consumers TWh 9.6% LV consumers 2,550, TWh 54.7% LVMV Self consumption 3.9% Substatio n Transmission lines HV Total Consumption 56.9 TWh Distribution Network Transmission Network Generation Network 61.1 TWh 2013 HV

10 10 עקומות עומס בעונות שונות – 2012/2013 מגוו"ט שעות קיץמעבר 135 מליוני קוט"ש 60% k=

12 12 The Evolution of Electricity Metering 2. 2B electricity meters installed in the world Annual demand : 180M meters 23 Tkwh 3.5 T$

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14 14 Meters and Metering Systems Direct connected meters Single Phase High voltage Medium voltage Low Voltage 2.65 M CT Metering System 4,500 3, M 90 Multi - Phase 1.06 M 2.58 M CT & CT/VT Metering System 7,7K 6.1% 40.5% 53.4% 9.6% 37.3%6.5% Metering in Israel Electric Corp. 60% 38.6% 1.4% 30K

15 15 Smart Metering infrastructure

16 16 Smart Metering infrastructure Smart Meter Communication Infrastructure Metering Data Management System (MDMS) Collection System End Customers MSO CRM Billing Grid Manag. Smart Meter

17 17 Advanced Metering Management FIXED NETWORK PLC RF GSM GPRS Automatic Meter Management WALK-BY Bus Walk-by (Euridis, Mbus) RF Walk-by Remote Meter Reading ON SITE Visual + paper Visual + HHU “from smart meters to smart grid”

18 18 Energy Measurement Review of low voltage network MV/LV Substation Concentrator Meters ENERGY BILLED Total Energy Invoiced ≠ Technical Losses (Joule effect,...) (Mathematical models) Commercial Losses Theft Fraud Wrong measurement Contemporary Energy Balance Every 15 minutes

19 19 Smart Meter rollout status in Europe

20 20 Commission Recommendation for the roll-out of smart metering systems CBA STANDARDIZATION OPENNESS and INTEROPERABILITY DATA SECURITY AND DATA PROTECTION

21 21 21 Smart Metering Standardization

22 22 SMART METERING Experience from Europe 1. UK started smart meter roll-out without a CBA and stopped because of high cost. 2. France started with meters, they stopped to define a PLC standard; 3. Germany started with deployment only with new meters for new houses. They stopped because of the high costs of two operation systems; 4. Sweden standardized the specifications for the meter bat not for the data formats. 5. Italy focused only on disconnection of not paying customer with low cost smart meter. To full energy efficiency targets they have to install new smart meters. 6. Netherland stopped they entire roll-out and adopted the law not only the regulations

23 23 Smart City Pilot Project Binyamina-Givat Ada & Caesarea Industrial Park

24 24 Smart City is a mini Smart Grid Expert Management System Consumption Management Advanced Metering Infrastructure Distribution Automation Energy Flow Control

25 25 C ITY PLANNING C ITY PLANNING U RBAN S ENSOR N ETWORKS U RBAN S ENSOR N ETWORKS Citizen City utilities L IVING L ABS ( PLANNING, CRISIS, DECISION …) L IVING L ABS ( PLANNING, CRISIS, DECISION …) City Government S MART S ERVICES ICT NETWORKS O PEN D ATA W ATER W ASTE W ATER W ASTE E NERGY G RIDS ( ELECTR / TERMAL ) E NERGY G RIDS ( ELECTR / TERMAL ) P UBLIC L IGHTING P UBLIC L IGHTING M OBILITY B UILDINGS COM SAFETY HEALT FOOD HERITAGE EDUCATION ENVIR …. COM SAFETY HEALT FOOD HERITAGE EDUCATION ENVIR …. R ESOURCES O N DEMAND R ESOURCES O N DEMAND The Smart City Model

26 26 Building Network Management MANAGMENT OPTIMIZATION NETWORK SUPERVISORS REMOTE MONITORING GRID DISTRIBUTOR

27 27 Smart Grid Success Requirements Three Key Elements for Successful Smart Grid Project Management Technical know-how (technology access, etc) Project Implementation Financial, legal and physical resources

28 28 גני ילדים ציבורי משאבות מים P.V בתי ספר מאור רחובות אזור בנימינה 14 אלף תושבים 4300 מונים (30/70) 80 מערכות מניה צריכה כללית שנתית : כ- 50 מיליון קוט"ש צריכת שנתית ממוצעת : 10,800 קוט"ש 85 שנאים / 11 תחנות השנאה פנימיות

29 29 אזור גבעת עדה גני ילדים ציבורי משאבות מים P.V בתי ספר מאור רחובות

30 30 אזור תעשיה קיסריה 180 חברות, 7500 עובדים 110 מערכות מניה מתח נמוך, 10 במתח גבוה 60 מונים ישירים צריכה כללית שנתית : כ- 150 מיליון קוט"ש

31 31 Goals and Targets Pilot application for experience and Business initiatives Testing different types of smart building technologies combined PV installations, charging stations for electric cars, energy storage, etc. Installation and operation of commercial technologies in accordance with European standards (EN 2012/148) Analysis of consumption patterns of domestic customers The pilot will be used for making CBA (Cost Benefit Analysis)

32 32 Project content Exchange existing 4600 meters to smart meters Installation and testing various technologies: M2M - about 2,100 meters in stock PLC FSK-about 700 meters (locally company) PLC (IDIS) FSK - about 700 meters manufactured abroad PLC Prime about 1,100 meters from a recognized overseas Connection / disconnection and limit load through the meter Share data transfer on the home screen/computer/cellular

33 33 שנאים וקווי מתח באזור בנימינה קווי מתח שנאי שנאים וקווי מתח באזור בנימינה קו הזנה לישוב

34 34 Multi level Energy Measurement and Control First level - at points of high voltage power supply by technology of "smart insulator." Second level - the departure point for all low voltage transformers by controllers. A third - all consumer endpoints by smart meter

35 35 קווי מתח שנאי מבודד חכם קו הזנה לישוב שנאים,קווי מתח ומדידה תלת שכבתית בגבעת עדה

36 36 Green Building

37 37 Key to successProject Preparation of the rollout Installation of smart meters Post - installation

38 38 eco-buildings CHP Distributed generation IC T renewvables Smart lighting/mobility Smart water/waste …the eco-smart district model…

39 39 Thank you

40 40 orange cellcom pelephone mirs bezek Meter data collection system System supervision Reading Domestic billing Industrial billing Research department Event log Private consumers Meter installers Technical department Warning & outage System Safe ConsumersConsumers Industrial Domestic Interval recording Fail log Power outage Electric parameters Program/command

41 41 Interoperability = open standards

42 42 SMART GRID SOLUTIONS


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