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SMART METERS TO SMART GRID
PETER LARSSON
Chiang Mai, September 2011
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Introducing Echelon
Market
Maker
20
years
First Energy Control
Network
Global
Innovator
97
patents
HQ Silicon
Valley
Field
Proven
Passionate
Customers
100M
smart devices
>1,000
customers
“Plant-to-Plug”
solutions
Commercial,
Utilities
Echelon Energy Control Network:
delivering the open, intelligent, distributed control necessary to realize the $50B+ Smart Grid future
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A Fundamental Shift Is Underway
YESTERDAY:
• Single source, local
• Steady-state
• Captive consumer
• Ubiquitous, cheap
• Single business model
TODAY:
• Distributed energy sources, global
• Erratic demand
• Consumer choice and participation
• Key GDP component, price pressure
• New business models
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The Answer: Push Control to the Edge
Energy Control Network
“Push Control to the Edge”
Local, Real-Time,
Autonomous
Decisions
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Process High
Data Volumes,
Share Relevant
Information
Eliminate Failure:
Sense and Respond,
Drive 100% Reliability
Make it Easy to Add
Applications, Over
Time
Why An Energy Control Network?
NET-NET: Lower cost structure, drive revenue, improve customer experience
Smart, Fast
Local
Decisions
• Distributed intelligence
• Zero latency
• Automated: no human
intervention
Relevant
Information
• Prevent data deluge:
share results
• Open/interoperable:
across every device
and network
Bullet-Proof
Reliability
• No single point of
failure: 100% survivable
• Harsh environments
Infinite
Applications
• Start anywhere
• Backward/forward
compatible
• Add more apps,
over time
• Plant-to-Plug solutions
Orchestrated, managed across multiple networks and devices
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Echelon Energy Control System
Three-Tier Architecture
100% Reliable
100% Survivable
0 Latency
All Powered by Echelon Energy Control Software
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Energy Control Products for Utility Markets
System Management &
Operating System Software
ECoS System Software; Element Manager, Diagnostic,
and Provisioning Tools; System Middleware
Connectivity & Control Devices
Data Concentrators, Edge Control Network Platform
Smart Transceivers & Devices
Smart Meters, NES Embedded Modules for
Smart Devices
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It’s All Coming Together
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Linz Strom AG Customer Example
Residential
Demand
Response
High ROI
Feature-rich
Safe choice
Reliable and scalable
Open standards
Scalable ecosystem
Smart Metering
Linz Strom AG Data Center
Smart Cities & Streetlights
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Smart
Street
Lighting
Smart Neighborhoods
Benefits to Utilities
CEO
• Increase use of
renewable capacity
• Embrace and profit from
the emergence of smart
devices and distributed
generation
• Cut energy delivery costs
20% by eliminating
“peaker plants”
• Deliver a superior
customer experience by
giving customers choice
and participation
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Customer Service
• Real-time observability
• Give consumers choice
and control
• Manage across multiple
networks and devices
• Bullet-proof reliability:
100% available, no single
point of failure
CFO
Operations
• Works with existing
investments
• Cut deployment time in
half
• Reduce fraud and
tampering 10-20%
• Share data across every
device and network: open
and interoperable
• Reduce field headcount
with automation and selfhealing
• Achieve return on
investment in 4 years
• Start anywhere and future
proof: add subsystems
and applications over
time
Example of Smart Meter Architecture
Networked Energy
Services
Element
Manager
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Smart Meters Meters
 Detailed electrical measurements
 Active and reactive energy
 Import and export metering
 Flexible time of use metering
 Extended information & alarms
 Multi-channel data recorder
 Power quality data and alarms
 Tamper and theft detection
 Connectivity to other meters and devices
 Built-in disconnect
 On/off
 Load limiting/service upgrade to any level
 Prepay
 Remote firmware download support
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The On-going Value of an Integrated
Switch Disconnect
 Remote disconnect
 For customer change
 For rental homes
 For non-payment
 Internal trip for maximum power
 Control peak loads and defer investments in additional
generating capacity
 Offer “Lifeline Disconnect” capability
 Remotely change service offering
 Prepay support
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The On-going Value of Power Quality
Measurement
 Per customer quality of service (QOS) information
 Under and over voltage
 Over-current
 Maximum and minimum frequency
 Phase loss
 Detailed outage and restoration reporting
 Total number
 Duration and time
 Configurable outage threshold
 Meet current and future regulatory standards
 Save cost through preventative maintenance & transformer optimization
 Opportunity to differentiate service plans based on QOS
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Data Concentrators
 Automates and manages the
low voltage network
 Detects meter additions,
removals, and tampers
 Establishes reliable mesh
communications
 Provides flexible, WANindependent modem interface
 Supports time-shifting of
communications to optimize
cost
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Duke Energy, USA
•Duke is one of the largest electric power companies in
the United States, supplying and delivering energy to
approximately 4 million U.S. customers.
• Duke has approximately 35,000 megawatts of electric
generating capacity.
•Duke’s commercial and international businesses own
and operate diverse power generation assets in North
America and Latin America.
•Duke Energy is a Fortune 500 company traded on the
New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DUK.
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Benefits of using NES Power Line
100% GIS Accuracy
•GIS data wrong
•Constant indexing of transformer and meter
•GPS coordinates
Transformer Efficiency
•Optimize load and phase balance
Predictive Fault Detection
•The PLC signal amplitude indicates weakness and fault
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Duke Energy – Utility of the Future
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Check Metering Energy Theft
•Transformer meter to managed meter
comparison
Revenue protection benefits
Average monthly bill
$80
Average annual bill
$960
Estimated level of line tapping by customers
Percentage stopped by Echelon's Networked Energy Services
Avoided Annual Lost Income from line tapping
Avoided Lost Income from line tapping capitalized over project life
(20 years)
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0.50%
90%
$4,752,000
$56,788,218
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Case study
Vattenfall Group in brief
BG Vattenfall Nordic
(Sweden, Finland, Denmark)
• Europe’s fourth largest generator of electricity
and the largest generator of heat
• Vision: To be a leading European energy
company
• Operations in Sweden, Finland, Denmark,
Germany and Poland
• Electricity generation, transmission,
distribution, sales and trading
BG Vattenfall Europe
(Germany)
• Heat generation, distribution and sales
BG Vattenfall Poland
• More than 32,000 employees
• Turn-over 13,697 MEUR
• Vattenfall AB is wholly owned by the
Swedish State
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Market development - investment
Functionality
Cost
AMR 1
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AMR 2
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AMR 3
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Flexible and open Architecture
Utility Software
Web services
Utility Server
Web events
Energy
Modules
NES System Software
IP/WAN
GPRS, CDMA, GSM, PSTN, Broadband
Energy Manager
Data
Concentrator
C-band PLC
Meter
A-band PLC
Pulse
Inputs
M-Bus,
MEP
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ZigBee
DHA Power
Line Interface
Power Line/
ZigBee
Beyond the Meter
Renewable
Integration
H2O
In Home
Displays
UCM
PHEV
Smart Meter
Home
Automation
Smart
Thermostats
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Whole House
Energy
Manager
Mobile
Support
EDGE CONTROL NODE
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Bringing Smart Apps to the Smart Grid
 Multiple applications
 One common platform
 Open to all
 All devices
 All networks
 All developers
 Intelligent distributed control
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The Smart Grid goes Beyond The Smart Meter
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Energy management devices
Grid efficiency devices
Distribution automation systems
Gas, water, heat meters
Solar inverters
EV chargers
…
Transformer/Cabinet Monitoring
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Oil temperature
Flood
Door
Circuit breakers
 Digital input
 3rd party
 ControlPoint-based
devices
 C-Band PLC devices
 Serial devices
 Expansion card
In Conclusion
A shift is occurring,
creating new demands
from “plant-to-plug”
Why
Creating a need
to push control
to the edge
• Smart, fast local decisions
• Relevant information
• Bullet-proof reliability
• Infinite applications
• Orchestration and management
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The answer:
Energy
Control Network
Thank you
Peter Larsson
+65 97 28 50 50
[email protected]
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