Michael Swider, NYISO - NYS SmartGrid Consortium

Report
NYISO
U.S. Department of Energy
Smart Grid Investment Grant
Project
Michael Swider
Manager – Research & Development
New York Independent System Operator
Advanced Energy Conference 2013
New York City, NY
April 30, 2013
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Topics
 Introduction to the NYISO
 Project Overview
 Project Participants
 Accomplishments
 Project Schedule
 Challenges & Lessons
Learned
 Road Map
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NYISO Roles
• Reliable operation of the bulk electricity grid
 Managing the flow of power on 11,000 circuit-miles of
transmission lines from more than 300 generating units
• Administration of open and competitive
wholesale electricity markets
 Bringing together buyers and sellers of energy and
related products and services
• Planning for New York’s energy future
 Assessing needs over a 10-year horizon and evaluating
projects proposed to meet those needs
• Advancing the technological infrastructure of the
electric system
 Developing and deploying information technology and
tools to make the grid smarter
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SGIG Project Summary
 Budget: $75,710,733
 Timeline: July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2013
 Equipment: Phasor Measurement Units,
Phasor Data Concentrators, Phasor
Measurement Network, Capacitors
 Applications: Enhanced State
Estimator, Voltage Stability Monitoring,
Situational Awareness (Visualization),
Post-Mortem Analysis
 Benefits: Improved Grid Reliability &
Power Flow Efficiency, Reduced Costs,
Reduced Likelihood of Disturbances
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Project Participants
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NYISO as the Primary Awardee for the Grant
New York Transmission Owners as
SubAwardees
Quanta Technology as the primary consultant,
providing Engineering and Technical expertise
Crowe Horwath LLP as a subcontractor to
provide Grant Administration and Compliance
expertise
PMOLink, LLC as a subcontractor to provide
Project Planning and Management services
Utilicast, EPG, & ABB for Application
Development, Integration, Testing & Deployment
EPRI & EnerNex to conduct Controlled System
Separation Feasibility Study and Dynamic Model
Calibration Study
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New York Control Area
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Accomplishments
 PMU Design & Build-Out
 40 (of 41) Substations Covered
 47 (of 48) PMUs Installed
 PDC Design & Build-Out
 8 (of 8) TO Control Center PDCs Installed
 Capacitor Installations
 458.2 (of 938.2) MVAr of Capacitors
Installed
 Phasor Measurement Network
 Wide Area Network Build-Out Complete
for 10 (of 10) Sites
 6 (of 8) Transmission Owner Control
Center PDCs Networked
Photos courtesy of Central Hudson Gas &
Electric and New York Power Authority
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Accomplishments
 Situational Awareness (Visualization) Applications
 Began testing EPG base product in early 2012
 Development continued to meet NYISO
requirements
 Currently Executing Site Acceptance Testing
 Enhanced State Estimator Applications
 Development / Testing in 2012
 Q1 2013 Deployment
 Voltage Stability Monitoring Applications
 Development began in late 2012
 Currently Executing Site Acceptance Testing
 Q2 2013 Deployment
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Visualization
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Accomplishments
 System Studies: Controlled System Separation
 Conducted by EnerNex
 All deliverables received in 2012
 Final approval by NYISO in Q1 2013
 System Studies: Dynamic System Model Calibration
 Conducted by EPRI
 All deliverables received in 2012
 Additional scope added to be complete by June 2013
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Anticipated Benefits
 Situational Awareness
 Enhance NYISO’s ability to detect system
vulnerabilities and disturbances in real time and to
potentially mitigate their impact
 Phasor Enhanced State Estimation
 Addition of time-synchronized data will improve the
existing state estimation function
 Reduction in Transmission Losses
 Capacity and energy savings as capacitors reduce
losses by improving power factors and voltage
profiles
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Challenges &
Lessons Learned
 Project Execution Challenges
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External Dependencies
Coordination Among Multiple Entities
Schedule Delays
Business Owner Acceptance
 Technical Challenges
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Knowledge / Experience
Performance / Support
Cyber Security
Data Retention
 Lessons Learned
 Shared Requirements/Goals
 Expansion
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Road Map
 People
 Post-Project Support from IT & Operations
 Show Benefits to Stakeholders
 Process
 Ongoing Planning for NYS and Beyond
 Data Analysis & Technology Growth
 Technology
 Ongoing Equipment Installations
 Redundancy
 Advanced Applications
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The New York Independent System Operator
(NYISO) is a not-for-profit corporation
responsible for operating the state’s bulk
electricity grid, administering New York’s
competitive wholesale electricity markets,
conducting comprehensive long-term planning
for the state’s electric power system, and
advancing the technological infrastructure of
the electric system serving the Empire State.
www.nyiso.com
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