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Development and Operation of Active Distribution Networks: Results of CIGRE C6.11 Working Group (Paper 0311) Dr Samuel Jupe (Parsons Brinckerhoff) UK Member.

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1 Development and Operation of Active Distribution Networks: Results of CIGRE C6.11 Working Group (Paper 0311) Dr Samuel Jupe (Parsons Brinckerhoff) UK Member of CIGRE C6.11 Working Group Session 5: Planning and System Development Thursday 9 th June 2011

2 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  Introduction  Global definition of active distribution networks (ADNs)  Current status of deployment  Stakeholder recommendations  Summary and future work Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Overview

3 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  Working Group C6.11 August 2006 – August members and experts representing 14 countries  Terms of Reference: Global definition of Active Distribution Networks (ADNs) Current status of deployment Stakeholder recommendations Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Introduction

4 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  Active distribution networks (ADNs) have systems in place to control a combination of distributed energy resources (DERs).  DERs are defined as generators, loads and storage.  Distribution system operators (DSOs) have the possibility of managing the electricity flows using a flexible network topology.  DERs take some degree of responsibility for system support, which will depend on a suitable regulatory environment and connection agreement. Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Shared global definition

5 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  24 flagship projects across the world  Analysed according to: Integration level Enabling technologies Application Benefits Research and development needs Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Actual status of deployment

6 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011 Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Hardware Enabling Technologies ApplicationBenefitsR&D Needs Power electronics (applied to distribution networks) Active and reactive power control Grid Stability Increased power transfer Lower cost of power electronics Reliability of components Intelligent devices and communication media Information and communication technologies (ICT) Active distribution network management Coordination and control of new and existent elements of the network Network information collection Cost Reliability Standards for interconnection Integration capability

7 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011 Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Distributed monitoring and control Enabling Technologies ApplicationBenefitsR&D Needs Power flow management Optimal network management and active generation constraint for wind farms Low cost solution for increased energy export Avoid network reinforcement Peak shaving ICT and protection devices reliability Regulatory issues Dynamic line rating (DLR) Real-time thermal capacity of the network Increased capacity to accommodate DG Avoid network reinforcement Losses increment ICT reliability

8 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011 Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Network Operation Enabling Technologies ApplicationBenefitsR&D Needs Demand side management (DSM) Load reduction / shifting, price responsive, direct load control Frequency control Reduce consumer costs Avoid network reinforcement Peak shaving Customers behavior Regulatory issues Variable price structures Distributed control of DER Aggregation of small and medium DG / Virtual power plant (VPP) Integration of DG to optimal operation and economic maximization Balancing of variable generation Cost Regulatory issues

9 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  Grid operation  System planning  Regulatory environment  Awareness building Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Stakeholder recommendations

10 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  Review protection systems  Updating Grid Codes  Communication systems to support data exchange  Mechanisms in place for grid users to provide ancillary services Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Stakeholder recommendations: Grid operation

11 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  Proactive dialogue of system planners with stakeholders  Consider move to meshed network topologies  Move to probabilistic grid-based approaches Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Stakeholder recommendations: System planning

12 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  Mechanisms for connection of DER  Allow grid operators to integrate DER into grid operations  Educate grid users on grid operation  Feedback loop from operation to planning Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Stakeholder recommendations: Regulation and awareness building

13 Frankfurt (Germany), 6-9 June 2011  Overview of activities of CIGRE WG C6.11 Global definition of active distribution networks Actual status of deployment Stakeholder recommendations  New CIGRE Working Group has been formed:  C6.19 The planning and optimisation of active distribution networks Samuel Jupe – UK – Session 5: Planning and System Development – 0311 Summary and future work

14 Development and Operation of Active Distribution Networks: Results of CIGRE C6.11 Working Group (Paper 0311) Dr Samuel Jupe Full report now available: CIGRE Working Group C6.11: “Development and Operation of Active Distribution Networks”, Technical Brochure No. 457, April 2011


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