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Report
Smart Grids
Enel Group Smart Grid solutions for energy efficiency
28 de junho 2013
Index
 Overview
 Enel Group Smart Grid experience and technologies
 Ongoing projects in Europe
 Ongoing projects in Latam
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Enel: a world dimension
RUSSIA
• First vertically
integrated foreign
operator (upstream,
generation, sales)
Focus on major areas of presence
NORTH-CENTRAL
AMERICA
• North Am erica, Costa
Rica, Panam a, El
Salvador, Mexico and
Guatem ala:
renewable presence
FRANCE
• Notable presence
in wind generation
BRAZIL
• Presence in generation
and distribution
• 5.9 m ln custom ers
COLOMBIA
• First private operator in
generation (21%)
• Second operator in
distribution (25%)
• 2.6 m ln custom ers PERU
• First operator in
generation (28%)
• Second operator in
ARGENTINA
distribution (21%)
• First private operator
•
1.1 m ln custom ers
in generation (13%)
• Second operator in
distribution (17%)
• 2.4 m ln custom ers
CHILE
• First operator in
generation (33%)
• First operator in
distribution (22%)
• 1.6 m ln custom ers
SLOVAKIA
• First operator in
generation (78%)
ROMANIA
• Notable presence in
wind generation
• Second operator in
distribution (31%)
• 2.6 m ln custom ers
SPAIN
• First operator in (1)
generation (27%)
• First operator in
distribution (43%)
• 13 m ln customers
(power and gas)
ITALY
• First operator in
generation (28%)
• First operator in
distribution (85%)
• 32 m ln customers
(power and gas)
Italy’s largest power company and one of Europe’s main utilities
Present throughout the entire electricity and natural gas value chain
Data as of 31.12.2011. Enel estimates. Generation market share based on energy produced in the country, distribution market share on energy distributed in the country
(1) SEIE included
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Distribution Business
Focus on major areas of presence
• 1.8 mln km lines
• 435 TWh Energy Distributed
• over 60 mln connection points
2.5 million customers
3.2 million customers
1.1 million customers
ROMANIA
• Second operator in distribution (30%)
• 2.6 mln conn. points
2.6 million customers
1,6 million customers
2.4 million customers
SPAIN
• First operator in distribution (43%)
• 13 mln conn. points
ITALY
• First operator in distribution (84%)
• 32 mln conn. points
A global energy player
with a leading position in strategic markets
Index
 Overview
 Enel Group Smart Grid experience and technologies
 Ongoing projects in Europe
 Ongoing project in Latam
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International Benchmark
Enel positioning in the market
Enel is one of the best positioned
for operational excellence and quality of service
Achieved results
a 10 year leadership in Italy
Automatic Meter
Management
Network
automation
Opex (€/customer)
80
Work Force
Management
Asset
Management
2001 (128 min; 80 €/Customer)
2002
2003
2004
60
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
40
2011 (42 min; 48 €/Customers)
130
80
30
Quality of service(minutes interruption/year)
Enel Operational Excellence in network management
Scenario and strategies
Results
Tariff evolution
Revenues from tariffs
Average price
(c€/kWh)
16.49
4.57
11.15
Taxes and
system
costs
13%
Incentives for efficiency and
Quality of Service
29%
Return on invested capital (RAB x
WACC)
24%
Depreciation
34%
OPEX
2.40
Generation
4.09
Transmission and
distribution
4.66
1° bim 96
1996
9.45
- 47%
2.47
2011
4° trim 06
2011
Value creation in the regulated market
Smart Grid technologies as enabling factor
for energy efficiency
Smart Metering
Smart Metering Gas
Power to broadband
 Broadband –over-power
 Backhauling
Electric mobility
 Vehicle-to-Grid
 Load Shaping
 Fast-Charge
Public Lighting
 LED Technology
 Remote Control
Integration of Renewables
 Dispatching
 Network Automation
 Forecast
 Storage
Active Demand
 Market Services
 Smart-Info
 Energy-Box
 Load Balancing
Data hub
DSO contribution to CO2 reduction over 30%
in urban areas
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Enel Network
the largest Smart Grid in the world
Cluster 1: Integration of smart customers
Level 4:
Smart Energy Management
Cluster 2: Integration of smart metering
Level 3:
Smart Integration
Distribution
ESCO
RETAILERS
AGGREGATORS
Level 5:
Smart Customers
Cluster 4: Smart Distribution Network
DISTRIBUTION
NETWORK
Level 2:
Smart Distribution network
and processes
Electricity
Generation
Level 1:
Smart Pan-European
Transmission network
Level 0:
New generation technologies
Coordination activities between Transmission
and Distribution Network Operators
Transmission
Transmission
Network
Cluster 3: Integration of DER and new uses
Cluster 1: Pan-European Grid architecture
Cluster 2: Power technologies
Cluster 3: Network management and control
Cluster 4: Market rules
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Enel’s Group Smart metering experience
The most extensive implementation worldwide
0.8 M meters
(Spain)
3,5 M meters
(Spain)
38,7 M meters
(Italy)
Smart info Pilot
(Italy)
Pilot Test
(Romania)
Amplachip
(Brazil)
Pilot Test
Smartcity Santiago
(Chile)
Pilot Test
(Brazil)
Pilot Test
Cidade Inteligente Búzios
(Brazil)
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Telegestore® remote meter operation results
Average 2011 yearly data, Mln operations/ year
Installations of Low Voltage
connections
READINGS
Electronic Meters
Concentrators installed
in MV/LV substations
Monthly based
33.7M
372 K
403 M
Successful remote readings
96.1%*
Peak up to 10M/day
Load profile
46 M
Successful remote readings 99%*
Switching
2.9 M
Contract management
3.6 M
OPERATIONS
Peak up to of 300,000 /day
Bad payers management
2.8 M
Successful remote operations 95,1%*
Total
*Yearly Data
9.3 M
Final ‘11
Enel’s solution for a more efficient energy usage
Towards more active customers
Electronic Meter
 The meter is an access
point to all the metrological
data
 Provides information
about the consumption
history and habits
 Bi-directionally
communication with the
DSO
Smart Info
 Plugged into one of the
house electricity sockets
 Makes consumption or
generation data
available to the
customer by several
means (e.g. displays,
personal computers, smart
phone, etc.)
Smart Customers and
Smart Appliances
Enhanced customer
awareness for efficient energy
consumptions behaviors
In-home energy
management and active
demand enabled
Home automation and
smart services
Promotion of Electricity in new applications and
services
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An eco-system of interoperating devices
DSO legacy
systems
WAN
Technologies and value-added services for energy
efficiency in a Smart Home
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The PV installed capacity in Italy in 2011
Italy: greatest increase of installed PV in
the world in 2011
(9,000 MW, 32% overall)
Increasing the network hosting capacity
for DG is imperative
Distributed Generation
Requests
Forecasted Connections (GW, Yearly)
NORTH-WEST
17,600 Requests
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Hydro
Bio&Waste
PV
3,400 MW
1
6
NORTH-EAST
0,2
0,4
26,500 Requests
2,1
5,300 MW
0,5
Forecasted Connections (GW, Cumulated)
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CENTER
28,300 Requests
13,100 MW
Wind
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SOUTH
Producers
2012
2016
Number
420,000
900,000
32,200
Requests
23,200 MW
Requests to
April 2012
(GW)
Total (Italy)
104,600 requests
45,000 MW
Increase of requests BT: 33,000 in April (new historical maximum)
Capacity reduction of MV single requests : 0.5 MW each in april (historical
minimum)
Requested Capacity Q1 2012 vs 2011: 4,000 vs 6,800 (HV – MV Capacity
reduction , Increased LV capacity)
≈23 GW PV National
Objective
Smart Cities
Enel World Wide projects
Barcelona | Endesa
Spain
L’Aquila | Enel
Italy
Turin | Enel
Italy
Genoa | Enel
Italy
Málaga | Endesa
Spain
Santiago | Chilectra
Chile
Bari and Cosenza| Enel
Italy
Búzios | Ampla
Brasil
Index
 Overview
 Enel Group Smart Grid experience and technologies
 Ongoing projects in Europe
 Ongoing projects in Latam
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Smart Metering Project in Spain
The largest ongoing smart metering roll-out in Europe
Current situation of meters installation in Endesa
Mais de
3,5
milhões
de medidores
inteligentes
instalados
Over
3,5
million
smart meters
installed
Instalados más de
3,5
millones
contadores
inteligentes
13 million of smart meters are currently being installed
3.5 million of smart meters already installed
2,000 new jobs (direct and indirect) created
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Electric mobility projects
e-mobility Italy, Poste ,Interoperability in Italy
Roma
Movele, Zem2All, Green eMotion in Spain
Milán
Pisa
EV charging infrastructure


Innovative and economic solution

Solutions ready to support Smart Grids
functionalities (charging and storage
management)
Innovative technologies, compliant to regulations
1,000 Charging Points
Infrastructure Development for large scale electric mobility
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Enel’s projects testing storage systems
… and services provided to the electricity system
Forlì
Voltage
Control
Isernia
Seconds
Frequency
Control
Capacity
Grid
Support
Minutes
Losses
Management
Security
Congestion
Management
Hours
Months
Time of
provision
Ventotene
POI Pilot
Projects
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Index
 Overview
 Enel Group Smart Grid experience and technologies
 Ongoing projects in Europe
 Ongoing project in Latam
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Enel Group Smart Grid projects in Latam
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Smart
Metering
Niteroi and Fortaleza Pilot: 200 smart meters
Búzios – 217 smart meters (with Landis+Gyr)
Santiago: Pilot: 100 smart meters
Public
Lighting
Búzios – Lighting of the Lagoa : 60 Archilede
Santiago Pilot : 3 Archilede
Bogotà –Lightinhg of Calle 93
Project for Smartcity Santiago
Project under definition
Network
automation
Project for Ciudade Inteligente Búzios
Electric
mobility
Búzios - 2 charging stations
Santiago: EMMS in operation, 5 charging stations
Electric Taxi pilot
A successful story
Cidade Inteligente Búzios
Case history of Smart Grid from the
implementation of a smart city aiming
to learn the operation, infrastructure,
costs, evaluation of the economic,
environmental , social and quality of
service impacts
Location
Búzios – Rio De Janeiro State
Smart Public Lighting
Electric
Mobility
Telecommunications,
Control and Internet
Broadbands
Energy Storage
System
Duration
Conscientious and
Well-informed
Customer
3 years
(Nov 2011 - Nov 2014)
Budget
MM$ USD 18,6
Funding
ANEEL - Agência Nacional de Energia
Elétrica
Smart Energy
Management
Smart Energy
Generation
Smart
Buildings
Partners
Companies: Ampla, Enel, Endesa
Brasil
Municipalities: Búzios
Others: Universities and Research
Centers
Social Project
Consciência EcoAmpla
The first smart city in Latin America
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Smart City Santiago
PUBLIC LIGHTING
ELECTRIC VEHICLE
Street-lighting projects
with LED technology, with
remote dimming and
administration.
Contribute to the
development of electric
mobility by the installation
of charging poles and
incorporation of electric
buses and/or taxis.
SMART METERS
Installation of smart meters
based on proven technology.
Remote metering services
and capability of
net-metering.
GRID AUTOMATION
Monitoring of high and
medium voltage grids
and distribution
transformers.
Management of
distributed generation and
distribution automation.
ECOENERGIES AND
ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Solar thermal systems for
water heating and
photovoltaic systems.
Domotic applications in
residential customers and
other distributed generation.
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Smartcity Santiago
“Primera piedra”
January 7, 2013
The Minister of
Environment of Chile,
María Ignacia Benítez, the
Energy Minister, Jorge
Bunster, Jorge Labra,
General Director of Ciudad
Empresarial,, and Christian
Fierro, General Manager of
Chilectra together to
support the flagship
project of the Enel Group
in Chile
The first smart city of Chile comes from an entrepreneurial
idea, in line with the sustainability strategies of the
country and through the efforts of the Enel Group
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Smart Meters for Net-Metering in Chile
Application at Photovoltaic System PV System in UTEM
 Photovoltaic system of Chilectra at Universidad
Tecnológica Metropolitana-UTEM, 4 kWp
 Commisioned: 26 February 2010
 On-grid configuration: 100 % injection to Chilectra's
low voltage grid at initial stage
 New configuration to test Net-Metering since October
2012
 Permanent monitoring of generation, irradiance,
quality of service.
 Has promoted investigation: four students of UTEM
have used information for their Thesis.
 Has provided useful information for regulatory
discussions.
3. Smart Meters Pilot Project
Smart Meters are being used for Net-Metering
Photovoltaic Pilot System of Chilectra at University UTEM
PV system 4 kWp
Distribution grid
D.C.
Customer´s
consumption
Inverters
Smart Meter for
Billing
A.C.
Smart Meter for
Net - Metering
The individual consumption data of each customer is confidential.
Extra redundancy of the smart meters is used for testing purposes
Smart Meter for
PV generation
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