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Smart Grid An Overview and Introduction

GridWeek Asia January 2012


Clint Wheelock President

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Introduction
Pike Research is a market research and consulting firm that provides in-depth analysis of global clean technology markets. The companys research methodology combines supply-side industry analysis, end-user primary research and demand assessment, and deep examination of technology trends to provide a comprehensive view of the Smart Energy ecosystem. Sector Focus:
Smart Energy Smart Grid Smart Transportation Smart Industry Smart Buildings

Research Services:
Research Reports Subscription Advisory Services Consulting & Custom Research Go-To-Market Strategy Custom Market Analysis Market Sizing & Forecasts Primary Research Technology Evaluation Commercial Due Diligence Competitive Benchmarking Strategic Advisory Sessions

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Advisory Services
SMART ENERGY
Renewable Energy Distributed Generation Bioenergy Fuel Cells Energy Storage Advanced Batteries Utility Innovations

SMART GRID
Smart Meters Smart Energy Home Smart Grid Infrastructure Microgrids Smart Grid Security Smart Grid Communications Smart Grid IT

SMART TRANSPORTATION
Electric Vehicles Alternative Fuel Vehicles

SMART INDUSTRY
Energy Management Green IT Smart Cities Industrial Innovations

SMART BUILDINGS
Building Systems Green Buildings

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Research Methodology
INFORMATION COLLECTION Primary Research
Supply Side
Executive Interviews Vendor Briefings Product Demos and Tours

Secondary Research
Company News & Financials Technology & Product Specs Government Data Economic, Demographic Data

Demand Side

Consumer Surveys Business Leader Surveys

Case Studies Reference Customers

MARKET ANALYSIS Qualitative


Business Models & Trends Technology Issues Policy & Regulatory Factors Competitive Landscape Profiles of Key Players

Quantitative
Market Sizing Segmentation by Technology, Geography, Application, etc. Market Share Analysis Forecasts by Segment

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Smart Grid Goals


Sustainable, Secure, Environmentally Safe Energy
Reduce utility operating costs Improve grid reliability Increase energy efficiency
Overall demand reduction Reduce end-to-end system losses Peak demand shifting (C&I, residential)
Soft consumer-driven demand response Verifiable, centrally controlled demand response

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Integrate renewable generation


Intermittent, bulk generation Distributed Renewable Generation (DRG)

Support electric transportation transition


Commercial and personal vehicles (PHEV)
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Smart Grid in Context


Smart Grid should be understood as part of a broader Smart Energy ecosystem

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Smart Grid Vision


Unidirectional power distribution from centralized bulk generation Self-managing, demand responsive smart buildings Generation > 30% renewable sources Secure, self-healing, self-optimizing grid

Source: Oncor

Clean transportation, leveraging clean generation

Energy-efficient, self-managing homes driven by consumer choice


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Grid Infrastructure
Existing Role: Reliable distribution from Suppliers to Consumers

Power Network

Suppliers

Transmission

Substation

Distribution

Metering

Consumers
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Smart Grid Adds Intelligence


Current goals: More efficient and flexible distribution from Suppliers to Consumers

IT/OT Infrastructure Communications / Automation Network Power Network

Suppliers

Transmission

Substation

Distribution

Metering

Consumers
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Role of SG Infrastructure
Challenge: Platform for new services, suppliers, consumers
Consumer Energy Services Demand Management Services Flexible Markets (Wholesale, Retail, Ancillary, etc.)

IT/OT Infrastructure Communications / Automation Network Power Network

Suppliers

Transmission

Substation

Distribution

Metering

Consumers

Distributed Generation / VPP / Microgrids Energy Storage Electric Transportation


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Smart Grid Infrastructure Segments


Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)
Smart meters and associated hardware installations

Electric Vehicle (EV) Management Systems


Both in-home and distributed charging infrastructure

Distribution Automation (DA) systems


Communications, sensors, equipment for distribution optimization and management

Substation Automation (SA)


Intelligent substation components and communications

Transmission System Upgrades


High-voltage lines, FACTS equipment, and related communications gear
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Global Smart Grid Investments


Transmission upgrades represent highest overall spend worldwide Strongest innovation focus in the distribution portion of the grid Smart meters remain high-profile, but relatively small spend Asia, and specifically China, is largest regional driver
Smart Grid Revenue by Application, World Markets: 2011-2015
$60,000

AMI
$50,000

EV Management Systems Distribution Automation Substation Automation

$40,000

($ Millions)

Transmission Upgrades

$30,000

$20,000

$10,000

$-

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2011

2012

2013

2014

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2015

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U.S. AMI Investment Peaking Now


U.S. smart meter / AMI shipments expected to peak this year (2012) Opportunities shifting toward smaller municipal and co-op utilities Advanced smart meters (with HAN) at least 80% of shipments RF-based systems (mesh or star) will continue to dominate Consumer push-back larger issue than most expected Smart Meter Shipments and Installed Base, United States: 2010-2020
14 100% 90% 12 80%

(Units Millions)

60% 50%

40% 30% 20%

2 10% 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 0%
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(Penetration Rate)

10

70%

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Outside the U.S., AMI is Accelerating


European deployments accelerating in light of EU mandates China driving massive deployments of semi-smart meters Latin America, led by Brazil, increasing adoption Mostly Basic (non-HAN) meters; PLC favored in Europe & China

Smart Meter Installed Base (of all Meters) by Region, World Markets: 2010-2020
95% 90% 85% 80% 75% 70% 65% 60% 55% 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 2010

(Penetration Rate)

North America Europe Asia Pacific Latin America Middle East/Africa Total

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

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Increasing Focus on Distribution


Enterprise LAN
Enterprise


SA-LAN
SA Devices

SA-WAN

Investment in Distribution Automation / Optimization increasing significantly Different goals and technologies
Auto Fault Isolation and Recovery CVR and Volt/VAR control for DR Asset health & lifecycle monitoring

Substation

AMIWAN DA-WAN NAN


DA Devices

No consumer engagement! Communications architectures hotly debated


Integration with NAN or AMI-WAN Public vs. private networks RF Mesh, RF Star, Wired, Satellite Standards-based vs. proprietary

Field Area

Meter

HAN
Customer Premises
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Typical Grid Architecture

Distribution Network

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Distribution Devices

Fused Cutout Switch (www.sandc.com)

Transformers (www.specialtytransformers.com)

Automatic Recloser (www.langley-eng.co.uk)

Sectionalizer (www.joslynhivoltage.com)

Disconnect Switch (www.sandc.com)

Capacitor Bank (trinetics.maysteel.com)

Fault Sensor (www.selinc.com)

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SCADA
(Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition)

(Source: Pike Research)

Substation and/or throughout distribution systems


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Distribution System Challenges


Reliability and Resiliency
Planning and maintenance Outage anticipation & awareness Outage recovery Outage isolation Automated reconfiguration

Efficiency Capacity Planning & Awareness Load sharing / shifting Distributed Generation
Conventional and Renewable Microgrids Residential

Support / integration of Demand Response PHEVs

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Advanced DA Application: Volt-VAR Control Systems

(Source: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

VAR Control - VAR (voltage-ampere reactive) is measure of reactive power, more of which is needed to maintain a given voltage on distribution line as the length of that line increases Conservation Voltage Reduction (CVR) Dynamically adjust voltage to within specifications based on actual load characteristics rather than statically set with conservative guard bands

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Distribution Automation Issues


Sensors
Types of sensors and equipment varies widely, as do typical applications

Communications
Technologies, bandwidth, etc. also varies widely RF Mesh, MAS radio, POTS, fiber, Cellular

Centralized vs. Autonomous control


Sectionalizers, reclosers, often work autonomously, only reporting status to control center Some operate without communications at all, with external sensors used to interpolate activity

Other related systems


Workforce management and safety Asset management

Distribution Management Systems (DMS)

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DMS Requirements
Management and forecasting of demand response, distributed generation, and storage resources Dispatch of active and reactive power (through aggregation of DER) for optimization of losses and voltage profile Optimal operation of voltage control and distribution automation Detection, isolation, and response to faults, vulnerabilities, and threats State estimation to facilitate accurate and near real-time reliability and security assessment Integration of network models, market models, and renewable resource models

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Communications Infrastructure
Silo Infrastructure
Enterprise LAN
Enterprise
Enterprise

Layered Infrastructure
Enterprise LAN SA-WAN

Metering

Distribution

Substation

SA-LAN
Substation

AMI-WAN DA-WAN NAN

SA-WAN

SA Devices

AMI-WAN

SA-LAN
NAN
Field Area

DA-WAN
DA Devices Meter

Meter

DA Devices

SA Devices

HAN
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HAN
Customer Premises
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Networking Node Forecast


Strong communications node growth, driven by AMI deployments
Communications Node Forecast by Application, World Markets: 2009-2016
60,000

SA-WAN
50,000

DA-WAN AMI-WAN

40,000

AMI-NAN HAN

(Thousands)

30,000

20,000

10,000

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Communications Diversity
AMI-NAN Communications Technologies, World Markets: 2009-2016

Private / Public Wired / Wireless Standard / Proprietary Geographic Vendors Management

100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Other WiMAX Proprietary Pt2MPt Microwave Pt2Pt Wi-Fi 802.15.4 Mesh Proprietary Mesh Other BPL N-PLC Copper Fiber Other 4G 2G/3G Broadband TDM POTS
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Smart Grid Communications Devices


Enterprise LAN WB SA-WAN WB
Wide Area Network

SR GR

SS

NI GR AMI-WAN AC GR NAN

RTU, IEDs
Substation LAN

NI GR DA-WAN NI GR RTU, IEDs

HN - HAN Node AN - AMI Node AC - AMI Concentrator NI - Network Interface Converter SR - Substation Router SS - Substation Ethernet Switch WB - WAN Backbone GR - Generalized Grid Router

Field Area Networks

AN HAN

Premises Network

HN

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Smart Grid Network Device Forecast


Revenue growth tempered by lower ASP mix
Communications Device Revenue Forecast by Device Type, World Market: 2009-2016
60,000

Generalized Grid Router WAN Backbone Substation Ethernet Switch Substation Router Network Interface Converter AMI Concentrator
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

50,000

40,000

(Thousands)

30,000

20,000

10,000

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Smart Grid Communications Trends


Rapid Evolution toward standards (IP)
IEEE 802.15.4g Smart Utility Network for 900MHz RF Mesh Private WiMAX for DA-WAN, AMI-WAN applications

Major push by public network carriers


Improved pricing, marketing, broader services Preparation for focused 4G services

Vendor push for end-to-end solutions


As AMI growth slows, push for growth in DA-WAN, other applications Partnerships (Ex: Tropos with Itron/Elster, Aclara with Firetide) Acquisitions (Cisco/Arch Rock, etc.)

RF Mesh still dominant, but under some pressure


Consumer health concerns; bandwidth/latency concerns for DA-WAN

New platforms for secure distributed applications


Open platforms in DA-WAN (Grid Net, Echelon, SmartSynch, Ambient)

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Wide Range of HEM Solutions


Utility energy applications
Information gathered by utility via smart meters and provided back to customers (often day-behind data) Web-based portal leveraging smart meter data Mobile applications (iPhone, Android, etc.)

Home energy awareness


In-home measurement and/or display devices Standalone systems or connected via smart meters

Home energy management


Active management of home energy devices, such as HVAC, hot water, pool/spa, appliances Standalone Home Automation systems Utility-based Home Area Network systems 3rd-party energy management services

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HEM Enabling Technologies


Better Technology Offers Greater Energy Savings

Consumer Energy Savings Social Networking Neighbor Tracking Neighbor Comparisons Consumption Trends Consumption Trends

Bill-to-Date Information Automatic Device Control Device-level Tracking Consumption Estimation Meter-based Consumption TOU Pricing Orb

Home Automation Control DR Response / Load Control Auto Pricing Response

Web Portal

Standalone HEM

In-Home Display

HAN / HEM

Paper Bills
Connectivity
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Home Area Networking


Home Area Networks (HAN) connect various in-home devices to smart grid ZigBee wireless technology is dominant HAN technology, with 802.11 Wi-Fi and HomePlug Power Line Carrier also emerging to play a role Underlying business models and regulatory requirements remain uncertain Many implementation options are possible; future unclear Utility Enterprise Systems
WAN
Smart Meter

NAN

Water Meter

HAN

PCT In-Home Display

Gas Meter HVAC System


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Smart Appliances

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Utility Managed HAN


3rd-Party 3rd-Party Web Portal Internet Access Home
PC Smart Phone

Utility Web Portal Utility ICT Systems


Utility Management Key
Utility Consumer 3rd-Party

Advanced Smart Meter

PCT IHD

NAN

Utility HAN

Smart Plugs Load Control Smart Appliances Gas Meter

Device Authentication Security Utility-Device Communications (pricing, DR, etc.) Two-way command confirmation
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Utility Managed Gateway


3rd-Party 3rd-Party Web Portal Home 3rd-Party Services
PC

Internet Access

Smart Phone

Utility Web Portal Utility ICT Systems


Utility Management Key
Utility Consumer 3rd-Party

Advanced Smart Meter

PCT IHD

NAN

Consumer HAN
Energy Management Gateway

Smart Plugs Load Control Smart Appliances Gas Meter

Device Authentication Security Utility-Device Communications (pricing, DR, etc.) Two-way command confirmation
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3rd-Party Managed Gateway


3rd-Party 3rd-Party Web Portal Home 3rd-Party Services
PC

Internet Access

Smart Phone

Utility Web Portal Utility ICT Systems


Utility
Interval Meter Reading

Basic Smart Meter

PCT IHD

NAN

Consumer HAN
Energy Management Gateway

Smart Plugs Load Control Smart Appliances Gas Meter

Management Key
Utility Consumer 3rd-Party
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Device Authentication Security Utility-Device Communications (pricing, DR, etc.) Two-way command confirmation
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HAN without Smart Meter


3rd-Party 3rd-Party Web Portal 3rd-Party Services
PC

Home

Internet Access

Smart Phone

Utility Web Portal Utility ICT Systems


Utility

PCT
AMR Meter

IHD

Consumer HAN
Energy Management Gateway

Smart Plugs Load Control Smart Appliances Gas Meter

Basic Meter Reading

Management Key
Utility Consumer 3rd-Party
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Device Authentication Security Utility-Device Communications (pricing, DR, etc.) Two-way command confirmation
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Smart Appliances
Smart Appliances offer energy management links to HAN or internet In the United States, ARRA stimulus initiatives driving some key pilots Some major vendors (LG, Whirlpool, GE) providing early units Standards for HAN connectivity moving toward ZigBee and HomePlug Market likely to be slowed by slow HAN adoption by utilities Smart Appliance Market Value, World Markets: 2010-2019
$30,000 $26,149 $25,000 $19,942 $20,000

($ Millions)

$15,000 $9,773 $6,266 $3,772 $2,150 $40 $0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 $509 $984

$14,597

$10,000

$5,000

2017

2018

2019

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Who Are Providing HEMs?


Utilities
Directly or through retail rebate programs

Telecom/Cable operators
Example: Verizon and Time Warner offering home energy management as part of communications services

Other Service providers


Home alarm companies such as ADT

Independent consumer products companies


Current Cost, others in Europe

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Renewable Energy: Wind


Wind is the leading non-hydro renewable energy source; mature, mainstream Costs near grid-parity in some regions, though still policy / subsidy dependent China leads global market, Europe steady, North America falling precipitously Intermittency, time-of-day, and transmission issues remain significant concerns

Cumulative Wind Power Generation Capacity by Region, Baseline Scenario, World Markets: 2008-2017
600,000 500,000

400,000

(MW)

300,000

200,000

100,000

2008A 2009A 2010A 2011F 2012F 2013F 2014F 2015F 2016F 2017F

Middle East and Africa Onshore Latin America Onshore Asia Pacific Onshore North America Onshore
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Latin America Offshore Asia Pacific Offshore North America Offshore Europe Offshore
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Distributed Renewable Energy


Solar PV is dominant distributed renewable energy resource PV market remains dependent on incentives, but nearing grid-parity Policy changes, module oversupply, and public debt worries impact market New business models represent a fast-growing PV segment
Solar leasing, utility-owned distributed assets, Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)

DRG integration a continuing, if elusive, goal for Smart Grid technologies Annual RDEG Capacity Additions, World Markets: 2009-2015
18,000 16,000 14,000 12,000

(MW)

10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

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North America

Europe

Asia

ROW

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Energy Storage Systems


Energy storage systems (ESS) oriented for long duration or ancillary services
Long duration applications: bulk storage, renewable generation time-shifting Ancillary Services applications: frequency regulation, power quality, load following

Integration of renewable generation is a key, but not only, driver for ESS Barriers include market structures, unaligned benefits, and multiple costs Technologies are rapidly evolving and commercializing, blurring applications ESS Segmentation by Technology: 2011
CAES 2,119

(MW)
Flow battery 147 Hydrogen 1 Li-ion 138 NaS battery 1,399

Lead/Carbon 4 Pumped Storage 5,250 NiCd 26

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Superconducter 0

Flywheel 47

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Electric Vehicles
Electrified vehicle sales (HEV/PHEV/BEV) will nearly triple in volume through 2017 Hybrids will dominate throughout forecast period
U.S. market to remain the largest through 2017; China the fastest growing

PHEVs, with their longer range, expected to outpace BEV sales by 2.5 to 1
Cumulative North American PEVs to reach 1M vehicles by 2016, concentrated in CA, NY, FL, TX, IL

Medium & heavy duty HEV/PHEV/BEV trucks will surpass 100,000 units by 2015
Strong fuel economy improvements (25% to 40%), but high incremental costs ($45,000)

Electrified Vehicle Sales by Category, World Markets: 2011-2017


1,800,000 1,600,000 1,400,000 1,200,000

(Vehicles)

1,000,000 800,000 600,000 400,000 200,000 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

HEV PHEV BEV

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EV Supply Equipment and IT


Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) market to reach ~2.0M units in 2017
By 2017, Public EVSE (Asia, Europe) majority of 6.7M installed units; residential will be 67% of U.S. unit sales

Profitable business models for operating public EVSEs remain undefined DC charging standards battle (CHAdeMO vs. SAE) is slowing market Risk of intensifying grid peak demand drives IT investment for PEV management EV Charging Equipment Unit Sales by Region, World Markets: 2011-2017
2,500,000

Africa/Middle East Asia Pacific


2,000,000

Eastern Europe Western Europe Latin America North America

(Units)

1,500,000

1,000,000

500,000

2011E 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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Smart Grid: Applications and IT


Application integration required to unlock smart grid value and utility innovation Demand Response maturing, evolving, and dissolving into smart ecosystem
Becoming a feature within smart buildings management, grid management, AMI applications

Virtual Power Plant concepts leverage emerging smart grid infrastructure


Integrates and manages diverse resources: DRG, demand response, storage, EV infrastructure

Business process transformation is upending existing IT applications Total Virtual Power Plant Capacity, World Markets: 2011-2017
120,000

Base
100,000

Average Aggressive

80,000

(MW)
60,000 40,000 20,000

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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So Why Smart Grid?


Energy Independence Renewables Security Carbon Reduction

Regulatory Goals Demand Response Safety Own Generation Reliability Customer Service PEVs Forecasting Efficiency Profitability Billing Lower Energy Costs Market Operation Opex Reduction Collections Energy Management
IT/OT Infrastructure Communications / Automation Network Power Network

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Substation

Distribution

Metering

Consumers
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Ultimately All Data Driven


Operations Markets Forecasting Assets Real-time network operations info Asset info Embedded info (field devices, etc.) Financial / enterprise information Workforce information
IT/OT Infrastructure Communications / Automation Network Power Network

Consumption Use Patterns Personal Info Financial Info

Suppliers

Transmission

Substation

Distribution

Metering

Consumers
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Are We There Yet?


Self-managing, demand responsive smart buildings Generation > 30% renewable sources Secure, self-healing, self-optimizing grid

Still a long journey ahead But smart grid deployment penetration reaching show me stage Smart Energy Ecosystem opportunities are ripening
Smart Homes Smart Buildings Clean Transportation

Clean transportation, leveraging clean generation


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Energy-efficient, self-managing homes driven by consumer choice

Renewable generation

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Discussion

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