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1 43/2013 Smart Grids for Smart Cities Results from the SmartGrids ERA-Net Workshop R. Hinterberger Berichte aus Energie- und Umweltforschung 43/2013 Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie

2 Imprint: Owner and Publisher: Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology Radetzkystraße 2, A-1030 Vienna, Austria Responsibility and Coordination: Division for Energy and Environmental Technologies Head: Michael Paula

3 "Smart Grids for Smart Cities" Results from the SmartGrids ERA-Net Workshop Robert Hinterberger NEW ENERGY Capital Invest GmbH Vienna, October 2013

4 SmartGrids ERA-Net workshop: Smart Grids for Smart Cities This SmartGrids ERA-Net workshop focused on the role of smart grids in smart city concepts and the specific requirements regarding transnational R&D projects. The specific challenges of implementing smart grids in urban areas were discussed, relevant research areas further defined and crucial research questions identified. This was the 2 nd event of the SmartGrids event series towards an ERA-NET Plus. More than 50 smart grids and smart cities experts, energy network operators as well as representatives of mayor European cities and research institutions of 11 different countries - amongst others from Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland and United States - had the unique opportunity for intensive know-how exchange together with representatives of national and European funding agencies. The results of this workshop is basis for the outline of a future ERA-Net Plus call, being prepared as a proposal to the European Commission for the work programme 2014/2015. For more information about the SmartGrids event series toward ERA-NET Plus, see: Series_Program.pdf Workshop Organisation: Robert Hinterberger, NEW ENERGY Capital Invest GmbH T: , E: SmartGrids Era-Net is supported by the European Commission.

5 Table of Contents 1 Agenda... Page 5 2 Presentations.... Page 9 Introduction Smart Grids for Smart Cities... Page 11 Michael Hübner, Ministry for Transportation, Innovation and Technology, Austria Session 1 Smart Cities Initiative: challenge for frontrunning cities in Europa Riga: Smart cities activities in one of the front-running cities in Europe... Page 21 Inete Ielite, Riga Energy Agency, Latvia Smart grids/smart cities approaches outside Europe: a Dubai view... Page 27 Hong-Linh Truong, Distributed Systems group, Technical University Vienna, Austria Session 2 Innovative smart grid planning for new urban development areas Malmö: Smart Grid Hyllie... Page 37 Peder Berne, E.ON Sverige AB, Sweden Stockholm: The Royal Seaport Project... Page 43 Moustafa Chenine, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Session 3 Convergence of energy and ICT in urban areas: a roadmap to value added services Finnland: Smart meter roll outs are almost completed what s coming next?... Page 57 Jan Segerstam, Development Director, Empower IM Oy, Finnland FI-PPP: Future Internet Public Private Partnership possible synergies with smart grids projects Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M Consult GmbH, Germany... Page 71

6 Session 4 Hybrid energy networks smart electricity grids are not enough Power-To-Heat in Denmark: Integration of renewable energy into district heating networks Paul-Fredrik Bach, Denmark... Page 77 Smart City Graz Mitte integration of energy grids and storage facilities... Page 83 Christian Orthofer, Energie Steiermark AG, Austria Special Session Smart grids programming - exchange with other initiatives Managing smart grids programmes: experiences from US... Page 89 Ronald B Melton, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States The European member states initiative on smart cities... Page 99 Catrin Haider, Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Austria 3 Impressions of the event.... Page Summary of results: future research topics and funding instruments.. Page 113

7 1. Agenda Smart Grids ERA-NET Workshop: Smart Grids for Smart Cities Tuesday, 14 th, May, 2013, 10:00 a.m. Salzburg AG, Bayerhamerstraße 16, 5020 Salzburg, Austria 9:30 Registration 10:00 Opening and Welcome Representative of Salzburg AG Ruud de Bruijne, Coordinator of SG ERA-Net/ NL Agency, Energy and Climate Change, The Netherlands 10:10 Introduction Smart Grids for Smart Cities Michael Hübner, Austrian Ministry for Transportation, Innovation and Technology, Smart Grids ERA- Net Host/Facilitator: Robert Hinterberger, Managing Director, NEW ENERGY 10:30 11:30 Session 1: Smart Cities Initiative: challenge for frontrunning cities in Europa In this first session, selected smart city projects will be presented and the role of smart grids in the overall smart city concept discussed. The identification of challenges in the set up of local smart cities/smart grids lighthouse projects will be the fundament for the following three thematic sessions; speakers including Riga: Smart cities activities in one of the front-running cities in Europe Inete Ielite, Riga Energy Agency, Latvia Smart grids/smart cities approaches outside Europe: a Dubai view Hong-Linh Truong, Distributed Systems group, Technical University Vienna, Austria

8 11:30 12:30 Session 2: Innovative smart grid planning for new urban development areas Due to the growing of cities also in Europe, new green- or brownfield urban quarters will be developed within the coming years. New urban development areas like Stockholm Royal Seaport, Malmö Hyllie, Copenhagen Nordhaven or Vienna Aspern could be future smart grids showcases. Thus, the main challenges in realizing new innovative smart grids concepts in such development areas will be addressed in this session; speakers including: Malmö: Smart Grid Hyllie Peder Berne, E.ON Sverige AB, Sweden Stockholm: The Royal Seaport Project Moustafa Chenine, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Panel discussion with representatives of cities/grid operators Identification and discussion of key research topics 12:30 13:15 Information about current funding opportunities by funding agencies 13:15 14:00 Lunch break 14:00 15:00 Session 3: Convergence of energy and ICT in urban areas: a roadmap to value added services Smart grids solutions should not only enable the integration of renewable energy and increase the overall energy efficiency of the power system. The new ICT infrastructures should also facilitate new added value services. In particular, smart metering as a stand-alone solution is not enough. Finnland: Smart meter roll outs are almost completed what s coming next? Jan Segerstam, Development Director, Empower IM Oy, Finnland FI-PPP: Future Internet Public Private Partnership possible synergies with smart grids projects Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M Consult GmbH, Germany In this thematic session, synergies and thematic overlaps between smart grids lighthouse projects and similar initiatives from ICT actors, like the Future Internet Public Private Partnership (FI-PPP) Programme and the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) as well as synergies with the Smart Cities Member States Initiative will be identified and discussed.

9 Panel discussion with representatives of utilities, cities and the named initiatives Identification and discussion of key research topics 15:00 16:00 Session 4: Hybrid energy networks smart electricity grids are not enough Smart grid concepts are applicable not only to electrical power grids. These concepts could also be applied to district heating or natural gas networks. In particular, synergies between these infrastructures could provide flexibility to the electricity grids. However, the greatest synergy effects are likely to be achieved by a systemic approach integrating the various energy systems and grids together with municipal infrastructures. Power-To-Heat in Denmark: Integration of renewable energy into district heating networks Paul-Fredrik Bach, Denmark Austria: Smart City Graz Mitte integration of energy grids and storage facilities Christian Orthofer, Energie Steiermark AG, Austria Based on the presentation of international flagship demonstration projects, future research issues are identified regarding these aspects. In particular, the interfaces between electricity and district heating networks, but also with municipal infrastructures, are in the focus of this session. Panel discussion with representatives of cities and utilities Identification and discussion of key research topics 16:00-16:15 Smart grids programming- exchange with other initiatives Managing smart grids programmes: experiences from US Ronald B Melton, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory The European member states initiative on smart cities Catrin Haider, Austrian Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology 16:15 16:45 Closing remarks Michael Hübner, Rainer Bacher, Gunilla Andrée (Smart Grids ERA-Net)

10 16:15 16:45 Closing remarks Michael Hübner, Rainer Bacher, Gunilla Andrée (Smart Grids ERA-Net) 17:00 19:00 ERA-NET+ Call 2014/2015 and other joint activities (program managers only) Information about the ERA-NET+ instrument under Horizon 2020 and the status of the initiative towards a Smart Grids ERA-Net Plus Q &A, discussion The following topics will be discussed between program managers: What are the thematic areas of common interests of member-states programs? What are the relevant next steps in different areas regarding to the innovation chain (technology readiness level)? What financing mechanisms are needed for these next steps? What are the funding mechanisms that the participating MS-programs can provide? What other kind of joint activities are needed to tackle challenges and barriers (e.g. joint activities like knowledge sharing, mapping, etc.)? Facilitators: Michael Hübner, Rainer Bacher, Gunilla Andrée (Smart Grids ERA-Net)

11 2. Presentations Introduction Smart Grids for Smart Cities Michael Hübner, Austrian Ministry for Transportation, Innovation and Technology, Smart Grids ERA-Net, Austria Session 1 Smart Cities Initiative: challenge for frontrunning cities in Europa Riga: Smart cities activities in one of the front-running cities in Europe Inete Ielite, Riga Energy Agency, Latvia Smart grids/smart cities approaches outside Europe: a Dubai view Hong-Linh Truong, Distributed Systems group, Technical University Vienna, Austria Session 2 Innovative smart grid planning for new urban development areas Malmö: Smart Grid Hyllie Peder Berne, E.ON Sverige AB, Sweden Stockholm: The Royal Seaport Project Moustafa Chenine, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden Session 3 Convergence of energy and ICT in urban areas: a roadmap to value added services Finnland: Smart meter roll outs are almost completed what s coming next? Jan Segerstam, Development Director, Empower IM Oy, Finnland FI-PPP: Future Internet Public Private Partnership possible synergies with smart grids projects Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M Consult GmbH, Germany

12 Session 4 Hybrid energy networks smart electricity grids are not enough Power-To-Heat in Denmark: Integration of renewable energy into district heating networks Paul-Fredrik Bach, Denmark Smart City Graz Mitte integration of energy grids and storage facilities Christian Orthofer, Energie Steiermark AG, Austria Special Session Smart grids programming- exchange with other initiatives Managing smart grids programmes: experiences from US Ronald B Melton, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States The European member states initiative on smart cities Catrin Haider, Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Austria

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14 ~ programs are starting to deliver! How can we utilise the results? Timeline of research funding for different research categories for 18 European countries: AT, BE, DE, DK, ES, FI, GR, HR, IT, LV, NE, NO, PL, PT, SE, SI, TR, UK Source: Survey among program managers, spring 2011

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21 Event No 1 st Event Organizer Date Topic Who should participate? Rainer Bacher (Bacher Energy) Momir Tabakovic (FH -Technikum) April 16th 2013 (Covent garden, Brussels) Initial event as kick-off event towards ERA-Net PLUS European Commission, Smart Grids Program Managers, national key experts 2 nd Event Robert Hinterberger (Energy Research Austria) May 14 th 2013 (Smart Grids Week Salzburg) Workshop Smart Grids in Smart Cities Experts from SmartGrids / Smart Cities research initiatives, program managers and policy makers, Industry European Commission Tbd.- back to back with EEGI-Team;? June 12 th? (Brussels) EEGI Member States Authorities Meeting Information and collection of commitments for an ERA-Net Plus call (inkl. indicative budgets) EC, EEGI Member States Representatives Event No 3 rd Event Organizer Date Topic Who should participate? Michael Wedler (b.a.u.m. consult) June 2013 (tbd) Exchange with National Smart Grids Technology Platforms or similar national setups; Joint WS with national TPs and Smart Grids ETP (European Technology Platform) Members of national Technology Platforms, European Technology Platform Smart Grids (ETP), National program managers 4 th Event 5 th Event Fredrick Lundstrom (Swedish Energy Agency) Momir Tabakovic (FH Technikum Vienna) Wed., 9 th Oct (Stavanger, in Synergie with ISGAN EXCO-meeting) Tbd Workshop Integration of RES- Focus Wind Systems Joint WS with ISGAN and Grid+ Workshop E-Mobility Integration Joint WS with ERA-Net Transport Experts from wind and grids research initiatives, national program managers, policy makers, ISGAN participants ERA-NET Transport and ERA-Net SmartGrids members, Key Experts

22 Event No 6 th Event Organizer Date Topic Who should participate? Fritz Fahringer (bmvit), Rainer Bacher (Bacher Energy) Between 18. and 22. Nov (1 day event) Validation of Results Conclusions towards ERA-Net PLUS national program managers, national key experts, policy makers, EEGI, GRID+ approx.. Autumn 2013 Formal adoption of Horizon 2020 WP 2014/2015 Dec 2013 Proposal for the Design of an ERA-Net Plus Call national program managers Spring 2014 EC and member states final decision about content, budget and participation of ERA-Net plus Call Formal Steps EC, Member States Representatives (Program Committee, EEGI, ) Event No Organizer Date Topic Who should participate? Rainer Bacher (Bacher Energy) Momir Tabakovic (FH - Technikum) April 16th 2013 (Covent garden, Brussels) Initial event as kick-off event towards ERA- Net PLUS European Commission, Smart Grids Program Managers, national key experts 1 st Event Content and Goals: In this event the EC and other ERA-NET Plus insiders will give an introduction into the ERA-Net Plus format, its opportunities as well as necessary preparatory steps both on national and coordinating level. A group discussion will follow these presentations with the goal of getting a common understanding of the framework with each of the participants. We will get a clearer understanding of the opportunities and the preparatory efforts on all levels both among program managers and among potential project participants. The event will allow a discussion about insights into SmartGrids program needs, transnational SmartGrids project needs and the necessary research for the years 2014+, in accordance with the European R&D agendas (EEGI-roadmap, SRA 2035). Target Group: The core audience includes representatives from the European Commission, national SmartGrids program managers and national SmartGrids key-experts (as already contributed to the mapping and gap analyses in the framework of the EEGI)

23 Riga in partnership for development of smart cities Workshop «Smart Grids for Smart Cities», Salzburg, Austria, May 14, Facts about Riga Capital of the Republic of Latvia, founded in 1201 Riga is located in the lowlands near the Baltic Sea, on the banks of the river Daugava inhabitants in Riga and > in Riga Region The area of Riga 307,17 km 2 The density of the population in Riga 2321 inhabitants per km 2

24 The city and CO 2 STATUS 3.21 tonnes CO 2 per capita in 2010 Emission reduction since ,69% The city and policies First Riga City Heat Supply Development Concept Paper Rehabilitation project for District Heating in Riga City Second Riga City heat Supply Development Concept Paper Riga City Sustainable Energy Action Plan for Two monitoring reports since Riga Smart City Sustainable Energy Action Plan

25 Stakeholders and projects. AS Rīgas siltums. The heat meters automatic readout network establishment Stakeholders and projects. RPA Rīgas gaisma. Improvement of energy efficiency in city lighting

26 Stakeholders and projects. Improving energy efficiency in public buildings. One of success stories retail building «Mēbeļu nams» Stakeholders and projects. SIA Rīgas Satiksme. Smart developments Passengers by transport % Electric transport in Riga 56% 19 trolleybuses lines with 250 cars 9 tram lines with 207 cars, 25 low floor E-ticket Free for pupils, disabled and retired person, discounts for other groups In the public transport and at the stops free WiFi access

27 Green IT Network Europe Core sectors for investigation for best practices and transfer Utilities: smart grids for electricity, water and data ICT and green mobility Urban infrastructure: housing, offices and other buildings Greening industry. Join the online community! The STEP-UP partnership Glasgow Gothenburg Ghent Riga

28 STEP-UP Approach Integrated approach to energy planning Promote integrated cross-sector energy solutions Identify lighthouse projects Build on existing projects to ensure deployment in the timeframe Show integrated planning achieves better energy outcomes and economics Replicate in other cities Contacts and resources Inete Ielite Riga SEAP Management Board Member Riga Energy Agency Dr.sc.ing. Maija Rubina Brivibas 49/53 Riga, LV-1010, Latvia Strategies Towards Energy Performance and Urban Planning (STEP-UP) Green IT Network Europe

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31 Integration Presentation Third Party Application Developers End Users Facilities Management Service Providers Measurement & Verification Continuous Commissioning Energy Analysis Fault Detection & Diagnostics Dashboards & Reports OEM Carbon Footprint Analysis & GHG Accounting Maintenance Management Asset Performance Management Alarm Management Database ICT Network Enterprise Application Security System Vehicle Tracking Device Temperature Sensor AHU Vehicle Tracking System Fire Alarms Cameras KW Meter KW Meter Power Meter SIM Smoke Detector Humidity Sensor Flow Meter Occupancy Sensor Pressure Sensor ATMs Chillers Boilers Signage FAHU UPS Pumps Generators HVTS Monitoring

32 Chiller Plant Analysis Tool Command Control Center for Managed Services

33 Command Control Center Saudi Command Control Center Hospitals Shopping malls Schools Airports Factories Command Control Center Vehicle tracking system Logistics Management

34 ICT for energy savings in buildings Command Control Center Smart S mart eg e egovernments Governments & e Administrations eadministrations Smart mart Buildin Buildings uildin n gs d Energy En Energ gy and Net tworrks Networks Future Internet Smart DVC Homes STB Game Ga G ame me Machine Ma ac ch hiin ne e TV V PC C Audio Au Smart Transport Networks DVD Telephone e 32 ehealth e Health & S mart H ealth h Smart Health n etworks networks

35 S. Dustdar, H. Truong, Virtualizing Software and Humans for Elastic Processes in Multiple Clouds a Service Management Perspective, in International Journal of Next Generation Computing, 2012 SMP Ad hoc networks Web of things Grid... events stream Machine/Human Event Analyzers Normal Peak Peak Operation Operation problem Crtical situation 1 Critical situation 2 Cloud IaaS Wf. A Wf. B SCU

36 Hong Linh Truong, Phu H. Phung, Schahram Dustdar: Governing Bot-as-a-Service in Sustainability Platforms - Issues and Approaches. Procedia CS 10: (2012) Fei Li, Michael Vögler, Sanjin Sehic, Soheil Quanbari, Hong-Linh Truong, Schahram Dustdar, Web-Scale Service Delivery for Smart Cities, IEEE Internet Computing, 2013

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39 Smart City Malmö - Sustainable neighborhood Hyllie: concept, strategy and innovation Salzburg, 13 May 2013 Peder Berne, Project Manager Hyllie E.ON Sverige AB RU Sweden Overall E.ON in the Nordic region One of the largest private energy companies in the Nordic region Electricity, gas and heating are the core operations Sales in 2011: Approx. SEK 41 billion Employees: Approx. 4,200 1,300,000 electricity and gas customers in Sweden, Denmark and Finland 1,055,000 network customers 2

40 RU Sweden Transformation of the energy system driven by customers demands for greener energy and reduced consumption Driving forces Enablers Climate challenges Technology & innovation Transformation of the energy system Political ambitions Policy framework & legislation Greener energy Less energy Support system Customer behavior Customer perspective 3 RU Sweden Route govern conversion cost New challenges Route conventional or smart? Smart solutions Intermittent generation E-mobilitet Stability problems Demand increase Smart solutions System to control and optimize energy Automated station Storage Investment need Demand variations Conventional technology Keep existing reserve power plants (fossil fuels) Invest in conventional production with balancing capacity Invest in grid with higher distribution capacity Conventional solution Smart solutions

41 RU Sweden The next flagship for the city of Malmö on sustainable city development Hyllie overview New green field area which will be an integrated part of the City of Malmö New Hyllie will include 9,000 office workspaces and 9,000 apartments until 2030 First building stage started and will includes the building of 2000 residents and 2000 work-places by 2015 Cooperation between the City of Malmö, VA SYD och E.ON Joint project initiated in March 2010 Vision and framework was outlined in a Climate contract which was signed in February 2011 Vision Hyllie to become the most climate smart city district in the Öresund region and an international role model for sustainable city development 5 RU Sweden PPP put into practice through collaborations between stakeholders to develop integrated solutions Integrated infrastructure set-up for new-build project in Malmö General principles Energy efficiency throughout value chain Resource efficiency to reach high level of self-supply 100 % renewable of recycled energy supply 6

42 RU Sweden Hyllie to be used as test-bed for development, demonstration and implementation of new solutions 1 Customer control of heat and electricity consumption Smart home and Smart building solutions Distributed generation electricity and heat Smart grid solutions DH and electricity Sustainable mobility solutions gas and e-mobility CO 2 and resource efficient energy supply Distributed energy storage 5.2 million Euro of external funding from Swedish Energy Agency for 2012 to 2014 Focus on integration and test of new smart technologies and optimization and integration between energy carriers, e.g. electricity and district heating 7 RU Sweden Technical solutions in Hållbarheten, Malmö Green urban apartments Energy smart solutions House Type: Technology 1 Technology 2 Greener Heat through El Air sourced heat pump Wind power House Type: Technology 1 Technology 2 Greener Heat through Gas Gas heat pump Home gas tank station 4 district heated, 2 el heated and 2 gas heated urban apartments Mini energy house 65 kwh/m2 Tenants moved in April, 2013 E.ON Smart Home App Smart technologies will deliver an energy efficiency gain of 10-20% Visualization and control Heat Charging of e-cars Production (el & heat) House Type: Technology 1 Technology 2 Technology 1 Technology 2 Technology 3 Technology 4 Greener Heat through DH Low temp district heating White goods driven by DH Solutions in all houses Smart Home system PV and battery storage Individual metering per room Solar collectors 8

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45 Stockholm Royal Sea Port: The University Research Perspective with Applications Moustafa Chenine Industrial Information and Control Systems School of Electrical Engineering KTH, Royal Institute of Technology KTH: The largest technical university in Sweden KTH was founded in 1827 and is the largest of Sweden s technical universities. Since 1917, activities have been housed in central Stockholm, in beautiful buildings which today have the status of historical monuments. KTH is located on five campuses; KTH Campus in central Stockholm, KTH Kista, KTH Flemingsberg, KTH Haninge and KTH Södertälje KTH Royal Institute of Technology 2 Industrial Information and Control Systems

46 A research-intensive university Commissioned research 2,6% Basic education 35,1% Research and postgraduates 61,8% Commissioned education 0,5% Figures for KTH Royal Institute of Technology 3 Industrial Information and Control Systems EU FP7 Projects itesla: Innovative tools for Electrical System Security within Large Areas. Discern: Distributed Intelligence for Cost-Effective and Reliable Distribution Network Operation VIKING: Vital Infrastructure, Networks, Information and Control Systems Management Grids4EU National Demonstration Projects Stockholm Royal Sea port Smart Grid Götland Industrial Information and Control Systems

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48 Industrial Information and Control Systems Industrial Information and Control Systems

49 Stockholm Royal Seaport (SRS) a future environmental city district and an international showcase Vision Stockholm Royal Seaport a world class sustainable city district Objectives 2030: fossil free and climate positive 2020: CO2 emissions are less than 1.5 tonnes/person Adapted to an altered climate Focus areas Efficient energy use Environmentally efficient transports Local ecocycles Environmental life styles Industrial Information and Control Systems Sustainable Energy System in SRS Energy Vision and Goals Fossil free and Climate+ until 2030 Low Level of Energy Use (products & systems) Passive- and plus houses Biofueled CHP system (incl recovery of waste to heat) Smart Grid for electricity (and heat) Local production of electricity by renewables Ecolabelled electricity Measuring of energy use in all households / buildings Minimizing comfort cooling / use passive cooling tech Energy Quality Hierarchy (use high energy quality only for needs that require high energy quality) [Tomas Gustavsson / City of Stockholm]

50 Stockholm Royal Sea Port, Work Packages and Focus Areas: Active Housing: Goal is to reduce the consumption and equivilant emission of CO2s. Strategies: Local Storage, Photovoltaics Time shifting loads Ambient Assisted Living Industrial Information and Control Systems Next generation SCADA/DMS demonstration with demand response management and advanced analytics. Functionalities included: Cyber Security Demand Response Load & Generation forecasting Advance Metering infrastructure Situational Awareness Industrial Information and Control Systems

51 Other Focus Areas -1 Grid Developement - EV ready grid, - cenralized energy storage, - smart meteres. - Integrated with the Smart Grid Lab Shore to Shop - Indusrial Grids - Connecting vessels to grds - Energy storage Industrial Information and Control Systems Other Focus Area - 2 SRS Information Management Systems - Define Relevant Indicator to Monitor climate impact - Establish Follow up model or SRS - Collect data for these indicators from all systems. Market Concept: Business Models and regulatory framework for actors and Identification of test scenarios and hypothesis to be tested. Industrial Information and Control Systems

52 Example University Collaborative Project Energy and CO 2 efficient scheduling of smart home appliances at the SRS Determine optimal power profile to: - minimize electricity bill and/or CO 2 emission subject to constraints such as - dryer cannot be started before washing machine is done - laundry should be ready by 17:00 - power utility requests load shedding to reduce energy peaks - Etc. Kin Cheong Sou and Henrik Sandberg, Anna Bladh, Mikael Kördel, Jonas Wu,, Karl Henrik Johansson. Department of Automatic Control, ACCESS Linnaeus Centre, KTH Contact : Henrik Sandberg Kim Cheong Sou )

53 Smart Appliance Power Profile Power assignment over time Cotton 90 PW 7 kg Sub Phase Energy (W/H) Time min Mean Power Peak Power Watt Movement Pre-heating Heating Maintenance Cooling st rinse nd rinse rd rinse TOTAL power Sub-phase EP nd rinse Time (min) movement preheating EP2 EP3 EP4 heating maintenance cooling 1 st rinse 2 nd rinse 3 rd rinse time Phase pre-washing washing rinses spin (Data courtesy of Electrolux) 17 Industrial Information and Control Systems Scheduling Problem Power User time preferences Upper power assignment bound App1 EP1 EP2 EP3 App2 EP1 EP2 EP3 Lower power assignment bound App3 Between phase delay EP1 Time 18 Industrial Information and Control Systems

54 Automatic Decision Support λ 1 profile calculations profile 1 profile 2 λ 2 λ n profile n Compute many profiles, let user choose one 19 Industrial Information and Control Systems Pareto Frontier, Sweden CO 2 variation: ~57% Cost variation: ~12% A cold day with unusually large tariff variation 20 Industrial Information and Control Systems

55 (A): Cheap (B): Clean (C): Balanced Industrial Information and Control Systems 21 User Interface for Scheduling prototype Pareto frontier Industrial Information and Control Systems

56 SRS Information Management, Lots of data sharing and coordination Contact: Johan Ullberg Industrial Information and Control Systems SRS Information Management Interoperability Different: - Data objects - Systems - Venders Protocols Complex architecture Need to Model and analysis system interoperabiloty Industrial Information and Control Systems

57 IF/ELSE Modeling framework Industrial Information and Control Systems Value of Demonstration Projects Industrial Information and Control Systems

58 Long term value of demonstration projects Knowledge dissipation to academia and industry. Technology competence. Competitive advantage Industrial Information and Control Systems

59 Smart meter roll outs almost complete, what s coming next? Jan Segerstam, Development Director, Empower IM Oy Content Empower in brief Who we are, what we do Smart Grid and Market Development in Finland What happened? How is the Finnish Energy Market Structure governed? Historical development Smart meter enabled change Product examples available now on the market Finnish Smart Grid Development What s next? CLEEN The vehicle for SGEM what and who is it? SGEM key facts, consortium partners and Work Packages Highlights of development within SGEM

60 Empower in brief Multinational tional Empower provides construction and installation services, maintenance nance services, and operation and management services for industrial, energy and telecommunications companies. Turnover 2011 in M 405 Personnel in 5 countries 3300 Owners AAC Capital Partners Holding BV and the company s management. Empower service portfolio and geographical coverage Network Division Industry Division Information Management Division Transmission Project Division Finland Sweden Estonia Baltic Division Latvia Lithuania

61 Finnish Energy Market Control Structure Parliament General legislation Electricity Market Law Electricity Market Act Ministry of Employment and the Economy General Commercial Legislation En. Mkt. Measurement Act En. Mkt. Messaging Act Energy Market Authority (regulator) Interpretation of laws and acts Casewise decisions Consumer Protection Agency Interpretation of consumer law Information on handling of consumer information Information on consumer information protection Finnish Energy Industries Association Implementation guidelines on energy market processes Technical implementation guidelines Fingrid (System Authority / TSO) Balancing agreement Market Participant Register Smart Grid & Market Development in Finland 1970s New Generation Need for load shifts to maximize plant usage 1980s Implementation of remote controllable loads CHP scaling for efficiency 1990s New energy market rules Usage of controllable loads to optimize energy market contract positions Remote disconnectors Retail Market Opening 2000s Implementation of intraday commodity trading on hourly basis, continued market development Legal unbundling of distribution Automated Network Control Automated meter infrastructure design 2010s Automated meter roll out Hourly balancing and settlement Hourly customer reporting Distribution Grid connected production (PV/Wind) Market based Demand Response Products

62 Smart Grid & Market Development New legislation (2008) Measurement Information Exchange After deadlines were set, implementation Roll out plans for every company Procurement of AMM solutions Delivery of AMM solutions Market process change Streamlining and certifying information exchange without major change Change of balance settlement Minimum requirements for installation Controllability 3 rd party information access Transfer of installed remote controllable load base Reporting requirements set for suppliers Base data to be provided by DSO Data access implementation by DSOs Completion of smart meter roll out and initial process changes by the end of 2013 Focus shift from technology to utilization and market model development Smart Grid Development, products: Fortum User interface: Mobile device Hourly product Weather forecast Boiler & heat storage Connection to smart meter Messages Alarms Control unit Internet Local wireless

63 Smart Grid Development, products: Helen Smart Grid Development: services, Empower IM Demand Response Load / Generation Control Service

64 Smart Grid Development, the future Market wide Demand Response Services Energy vs. technology (holistic energy optimisation) Efficient Information Exchange Self Healing Networks Dynamic Microgrids Smarter end use devices and Site Energy Management Resolve & Manage Conflicts of Interest between DSO and Market for implementation of dynamic load and production Develop regulation model to embrace new enablers CLEEN - The vehicle for SGEM Strategic Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation (CSTI) Co-operative and Industry Driven R&D&I company for Energy and Environment founded in Unique in it s way of serving 28 industry and 17 research shareholders by driving Renewal of industry Novel collaboration across industries Strategic focus Industry s Commitment and Guidance World class competence and resources Research volume (2012): 39,4 M in 6 different research programmes

65 Positioning of CLEEN Programmes Research Institutes Scientific Excellence Opportunities po i Companies Global Demand Relevance Public Sponsor National Interest Legal Compliance CLEEN Ltd Focus Practices Resourcing by Companies > 50% Shared IPR Access Rights Fundamental Research Universities Science Push Relevant new Knowledge Joint Apllied Research Products and Services R&D and Business Models Market Pull Smart Grids and Energy Markets Consortium Research Partners 1. Aalto University 2. Lappeenranta Uni of Tech 3. MIKES, Centre for Metrology and Accreditation 4. Tampere Uni of Tech 5. Uni of Eastern Finland 6. Uni of Oulu 7. Uni of Vaasa 8. VTT, Technical Research Centre of Finland TSO, DSOs, Suppliers 1. Elenia Verkko 2. Fingrid 3. Fortum 4. Helen Sähköverkko 5. Helsingin Energia 6. Oulun Energia 7. Suur-Savon Sähkö 8. Vantaan Energia Coordinator 1. Cleen Ltd Energy Technology Industry 1. ABB 2. Aidon 3. Empower 4. Tekla 5. The Switch R&D Cooperation not commercial consortium Joint sharing of Full Access Rights to all results High level of publicity ICT Industry 1. Cybersoft 2. Elektrobit 3. Empower IM 4. Emtele 5. Inno-W 6. There Corporation 7. Tieto 8. Viola Systems

66 SGEM key imperatives & facts Key Imperatives Create Innovation foundation to enable the Smart Grids vision Build internationally applicable solutions Validate in real environment Ensure competence accumulation in research and business Utilize interactive international research environment Facts Focus on power distribution and interfaces The program consists of 7 interlinked work packages and spearhead demo projects. Industry make up 53% of the volume. 21 industry & 8 research partners. ICT companies contribute 25% 5 year program, 55 M budget. CLEEN CSTI (Centre for Strategic Science, Technology and Innovation) program with Tekes public funding. SGEM Work Packages WP1: Vision of SGEM 1 task WP4: Active Customer 5 tasks Demand Response from system and market point of view Customer behavior and viewpoint Estimation of loads, DG and storage Technical solutions for DR, customer gateway and ICT systems Validation and Proof of Concept WP6: Intelligent management and operation, 8 tasks New ICT in network management, Enabling technologies Protection schemes, active network management, microgrids Disturbance and field force management, self-healing networks Network analysis and planning methods, proactive monitoring Drivers and visions WP2: MV+LV networks, 4 tasks Strategic planning Large scale cabling LVDC networks Smart Grids Intelligent management and operation of Smart Grids Active resources Future infrastructure of Power systems Energy market WP7: Energy markets 2 tasks Business impacts and models for different market players The future electricity markets and new sources of flexibility WP5: Active resources 3 tasks Distributed generation Electrical vehicles Energy storages WP3: HV networks, 2 tasks Utilizing increased controllability for balancing the power system Regional subtransmission networks

67 Vision: Power to the People Market players; TSO, DSO, supplier, aggregator Information systems Grid Active monitoring, optimisation and control of energy use and power flows Action signals based on optimization against different targets of system players Energy storage Actions at the customer gateway Loads; controllable, non-controllable Generation Solar, wind, fuel cell, biogas Framework for Demand Response Collects together issues (i.e. concepts, demos, pilots, business models) of demand response from WP3, WP4, WP6, WP7 DSO and Service provider OR Energy retailer and Service provider can be the same but still in different roles TSO DSO 2) 3) Energy Supplier 1) Service provider equipment money HEMS provider equipment, installation, agreement Customer 1) Needs and benefits of energy market: * market based demand response * management of balancing power *... 3) Needs and benefits of DSO: 2) Needs and benefits of TSO: * use of DR for reserves *... 4) Needs and benefits of customer: - energy (money) saving - energy efficiency,... * management of network capacity and avoid of network investments * reducing peak loads and losses * management of disturbance situations - capacity of back-up connections - island operation in long disturbances and maintenance outages - island in MV, LV or customer level for supplying turvasähkö

68 DR and DER on regional HV Networks The effects of DR and DER on regional HV networks Capacity of DR in mitigating the reserve requirements Scenarios of local generation and its impact on HV grids Availability of DR & DER and analysis of risks for HV grids (Aalto, Helen, VES, Tekla, cooperation with WP 4,5,6) LVAC Island grid with distributed energy source Island grid generation using power electronics: battery storage with DC/ DC-chopper for power balancing, solar cells and PM wind generator with drive Solar Wind National grid DC-link Island converter Island Grid DC/DC chopper Diesel Battery (ABB, TUT)

69 Active LVDC distribution system Analysis of operation and technical structures of active LVDC distribution system in actual network environment Both laboratory environment and practical pilot built with a Finnish utility Developing recreational dwelling and detached house area, approximately 2 km of underground cabled network in first phase 4 customers, fed by 3 inverters Items and aspects Inv. #3 Customer-end inverter 320 m Control strategies AC/DC Load balancing 820 m 400 m Energy Storages (LUT, TUT, Suur-Savon Sähkö) Inv. #1 200 m Inv. #2 Self-Healing of rural OHL network Proof of Concept demo with Fortum in Kirkkonummi SCADA/DMS Centralized fault distance calculation during 2011 Fault package generation in substation level instead of system level Fault distance calculation in substation level, also to earth faults Reclosing location in DMS Network automation communication via substation COM600 RTU560 REF615 GACR Recloser - OVR3 M2M gateway Control Center 3G/GPRS Disconnector station (UG) Automatic power restoration possibly during Fault forecasting Automatic fault isolation and power restoration (ABB, Fortum) REF615 GACR Substation A GACR = Recloser Grid Automation Control Cabinet for Recloser - OVR3 Disconnector station (OH) (O-1061) Disconnector station (OH) (O-1088)

70 Microgrid management in Hailuoto Utilizing local production for automatically creating an island in case of faults in the national grid Diesel Aggregate Wind Power Configurable island size Automatic island reconstruction and synchronizing to national grid Specific protection scheme which is used during islanding operation Two protection schemes: one for normal operation and one for islanding operation (ABB, Elenia Network) Sustainable Urban Living an integrated low or net zero energy urban building concept Sustainable development in collaboration with Fortum, ABB, TUT, Skanska, Kone and others Reduced carbon footprint with help of Smart Grid Electric vehicle for shared use of residents Solar PV solution to be installed on the roof Accurate and easy energy consumption monitoring, in real time Home automation to support energy efficiency Customer feedback for further research and development Added value and performance of new services As. Oy. Espoon Adjutantti 8 floors, 42 apartments, 52,5 121 m 2 Complete Q2/2012, in Mäkkylä, Espoo

71 Second generation Smart Metering Finland was in the forefront in deploying smart meters to households Extensive knowhow available for best practices Automatic meter reading itself is enough for a positive business case, but more benefits exits Accurate knowhow on customer load profiles and network losses cost savings in network planning Automatic fault location in LV networks and outage communication reduced outage costs Home Energy Management System Pilot started in June 2011, ongoing distributed pilots Consumer needs and profits Technical requirements Large-scale demand response possibilities with the system Business opportunities (Elenia, ThereCorporation, Empower IM) Operation on regulation market Balance management Production following Etc. Temperature forecasts Spot prices Laboratory demonstration for frequency dependent load shedding connection point peak load reduction network overload management DG management and production following electric vehicle charging (TUT, There Corporation) Electricity market Electricity network Monitoring of reserves Monitoring of network Congestion management Network reliability enhancement DR Service Aggregator Information aggregation Supervision of ICT Optimal operation of DERs End customer user interface Home energy management Frequency dependent load shedding Electric vehicle charging Connection point peak load reduction Etc. AMI T Electric vehicle DG Loads

72 Conflicts of Interests in Electricity Markets Generation Interactive Customer Conflicts of interests DSO/TSO New Network Tariffs Aggregator / Supplier Threats Opportunities Jan Segerstam

73 FINESCE AND FI-PPP SMART ENERGY ENABLED BY FUTURE INTERNET presented by Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH Salzburg, Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 1 The Internet changes... Web 1.0 Reading Content, Search engines Web 2.0 Participation Global Communities, Social Networks, Applications Web 3.0 Internet of Things, Services, Clouds Future Internet Applications Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 2

74 The Future Internet of Things and Services Application Area 1 Application Area 2 APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP API Layer Future Internet Platform (generic services) Device 1 Sensor 1 Device 2 Sensor 2 Device 3 Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 3 The FI-PPP Programme Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 4

75 cmp Microgrid Control Center IF6 Overlay Grid Inter Control Communication Network Monitoring IF1 Operation Optimization Communication Front End for Network Devices State Analysis IF2 IF7 Operator Interface Supply & demand balancing Realt-time High-Speed Data Bus Communication Front End for Prosumer Devices IF3 IF8 Market Management Configuration Management Contract Management Communication Netw ork Management Maintenance Enterprise Serv ice Bus... IF9 Forecasting & Scheduling Historical Information System (short & long-term) Planning... Device Registry IF4 Customer Service Front End IF5 FI-PPP Phase 1: FINSENY s 4-Step Approach 1. Scenario description Identify use cases and actors (market roles as well as systems & devices) according IntelliGrid method 2. ICT requirements Define requirements for communication & information flows as well as services and middleware 3. Functional Architecture identify key functional building blocks and interfaces, specify data models and communication protocols develop ICT architecture based on common and domain specific enablers 4. Trial candidates identify trial candidates taking into account relevance, trial setup and reuse of existing trials uc Use Case Model Actor Candidate for Generic Enabler (GE) Combination of GE and domain-specific enablers Candidate for domain-specific enabler Outline Usecase Domain Dr. Kolja Eger, Siemens AG 5 Legend System Subfunctions Use Case Phase 2: Building the Future Internet of Energy ICT Smart Energy Energy Internet Future Internet of Energy = Organising many... (volatile) distributed energy producers (flexible) consumers electric cars (storage) Benefits low costs for application development easy access application usage scalable flexible invoicing (per transaction, per service, flat fees) Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 6

76 Dublin, IR Köln / Aachen, GE Malmö, S Horsens, DK Madrid, ES Terni, I Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 7 FI-PPP phase 2: The FINESCE Innovation Approach SME Innovation Contest and Student Case Competition APP APP Trials SME Contest Winners FINESCE APP P Innovation APP Community APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP APP PI API Layer DSE VPP DSE GE Smart Factory DSE GE Smart Home/ Prosumers DSE GE GE FI Energy- Finesce Bus EVs DSE GE emarket Place GE DSE Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 8

77 FI-PPP phase 3: Scenario 1 Pilot in country A SME SME SME + Partner in country B + Partner in country C Key Characteristics: 1 lead partners = 1 pilot expansions 2 partners in other counties Reaches around SMEs or webentrepreneurs Budget could be around 5 million for this scenario 20% budget for main partners, 80% for SMES via open calls application phase July to December 2013 Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 9 FI-PPP phase 3: Scenario 2 Pilot in country A SME SME SME + + Pilot in country B SME SME SME Pilot in country C SME SME SME Key Characteristics: 3 lead partners = 3 pilot expansions 3 countries Reaches around 3 x 30 SMEs or webentrepreneurs Budget could be around 10 million for this scenario 20% budget for main partners, 80% for SMES via open calls application phase July to December 2013 Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 10

78 How to get involved? join the Smart Grid Stakeholder Group - open for industry and organisations being interested in research - currently chaired by FINESCE - information about new projects, events, contests, FI-PPP open calls, trial results - 2 meetings per year become a trial partner via the FINESCE Phase 2 open call - 1 Mio EUR budget - call open from June to November 2013 participate in the FINESCE innovation contest phase - 5 innovation events supported by Venture Capitalists Sept/Oct funding - Student Case Competition (June 2013-May 2014) participate in phase 3 - scaling up results of phase 2 - application phase from July to December 2013 Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 11 FINESCE dissemination and business innovation Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH Alexander von Jagwitz, B.A.U.M. Consult GmbH 12

79 Paul-Frederik Bach Power to Heat Competition or Interaction between Electricity and District Heating? Paul-Frederik Bach ERA NET - Salzburg 14 May ERA NET Salzburg 1 Paul-Frederik Bach CHP 1 and Wind Elements of Danish Energy Policy Thermal efficiency of CHP: about 90% The CHP process serves 50% of all space heating in Denmark and 65% of the thermal electricity production Wind energy production was 28% of the electricity consumption in 2012 The national target for 2020 is 50% wind energy CHP and wind are competing for a limited electricity demand The thermal power plants are losing market shares and money Thermal power plants are being closed or mothballed How are the prospects for 2020? 1 CHP: Combined Heat and Power ERA NET Salzburg 2

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