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Smart Metering for Energy Efficiency Keystone for Smart Grids. Vienna, June 22 2011 Mauro Battocchi Vice President, International Institutional Affairs Enel. Enel: an international energy operator Core business: power and gas.

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Smart metering for energy efficiency keystone for smart grids
Smart Metering for Energy EfficiencyKeystone for Smart Grids

Vienna, June 22 2011Mauro BattocchiVice President, International Institutional AffairsEnel


Enel an international energy operator core business power and gas
Enel: an international energy operatorCore business: power and gas

No.1 electricity company in Italy. Second largest utility in Europe by installed capacity

from 0 a 500 MW

500 to1.000

1.000 to 2.000

2.000 to 10.000

More than 10.000

Presence in:

40 countries

Installed capacity:

96.500 MW

Annual output:

290 TWh

EBITDA:

17,5 bln €

Customers:

61 million

Employees:

78,300

CAPEX 2011-2015:

€31 billion

Stock exchanges:

Enel is listed on the Milan stock exchange (1,5 mln shareholders). 13 companies of the Group are listed on Madrid and New York stock exchanges and in other Latin American countries.

Representative offices, financial holdings, operative branches, commercial companies

Present throughout the entire electricity and natural gas value chain

Installed capacity, production, employees and clients reported preliminarily as of 31.12.2010. Installed capacity net of the MW intended for sale in Bulgaria.


Enel a world dimension focus on major areas of presence
Enel: a world dimensionFocus on major areas of presence

  • NORTH AMERICA

  • Diversified presence in the main renewable technologies (hydro, geothermal, wind)

  • SLOVAKIA

  • First operator in generation (78%)

  • RUSSIA

  • First vertically integrated foreign operator (upstream gas, generation, supply)

  • FRANCE

  • 12,5% in Flamanville, EPR technology (1,600 MW)

  • Notable presence in wind generation

  • CENTRAL AMERICA

  • Hydro and wind power plants in Costa Rica, Panama, El Salvador and Guatemala

  • COLUMBIA

  • First operator in generation (20%)

  • Second operator in distribution (24%)

  • 2,5 mln clients

  • ROMANIA

  • Second operator in distribution (30%)

  • 2,6 mln clients

  • PERU

  • First operator in generation (31%)

  • Second operator in distribution (23%)

  • 1,1 mln clients

  • BRAZIL

  • 5,7 mln clients

  • CHILE

  • First operator in generation (49%)(1)

  • First operator in distribution (32%)(1)

  • 1,6 mln clients

  • ITALY

  • First operator in generation (25%)

  • First operator in distribution (80%)

  • 32,3 mln clients (electricity and gas)

  • ARGENTINA

  • First operator in generation (14%)

  • Second operator in distribution (16%)

  • 2,4 mln clients

  • SPAIN

  • Second operator in generation (21%) (2)

  • First operator in distribution (35%) (2)

  • 13 mln clients (electricity and gas)

A fullyintegrated global energy player with a leading position in strategicmarkets

  • Market shares in generation calculated on the basisofenergydemand data.

  • Market shares in distributioncalculatedasratioofenergydistributedincluding network losses vs. electricitydemand.

  • Market share calculatedbased on the SIC data (Sistema InterconectadoCentral), correspondingto the 70% of the Chilean market

  • Market Iberiaincluding SEIE (Regimen Ordinario + RegimenEspecial)


Enel s automatic meter management telegestore
Enel’s Automatic Meter Management:“Telegestore”

32 million customers

in Italy

Smart Infrastructure

Tailored Tariffs

  • Meters installed at customer's premises provide real-time access to the supply data

  • Meters transmit data regarding consumptions, receive updates of the contractual parameters and remotely manage the supply connectivity.

  • No interventions on-site are needed.

  • Telegestore is fully operational on 32,5 Mln Customers

    • Leading Technology

    • Excellence in operation

  • Enabling a new hourly-based tariff system, flexible and adaptable to the various needs

  • Customers free to select supply contract tailored on their needs and consenting a cost saving.

Involving customers by enabling participation while guarantying high quality of service


Benefits

A win-win technology

FOR CUSTOMERS and other electrical system operators

FOR THE ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM

FOR ENEL

  • INVOICES ON REAL CONSUMPTION

  • REMOTE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT

  • TAILORED TARIFFS

  • SAVINGS IN BILLING

  • PRE PAYMENT

  • EASIER FREE MARKET DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT

  • PEAK SHAVING

  • ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CO2 REDUCTION

  • REDUCTION OF COMMERCIAL AND TECHNICAL LOSSES

  • CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

  • EXCELLENCE IN COMMERCIAL AND TECHNICAL QUALITY

  • OPERATING COST SAVINGS

  • LEADERSHIP IN INNOVATION


Results achieved enel operational excellence
Results achievedEnel Operational Excellence

2001 (128 min ; 80 €/Customer)

2002

80

2003

2004

2005

Opex

(€/customer)

European Benchmark

2006

60

2007

2008

2009

2010 (45 min ; 49 €/Customer)

40

130

80

30

Quality of service

(minutes interruption/year)


Enemalta 0,25 Mln

Malta

International developmentExpansion worldwide

Deployment completed/on going

Russia

Belgorod

Pilot on going

Potential

China

Shangai

Honk Kong

Netherlands

Romania

Oxxio 0,2 Mln

LATAM

Enel

Iberia

Endesa

Endesa 13 Mln

EON 0.8 Mln

EDP

Italy

Hidrocantabrico

Enel 32 Mln

Other 4 Mln

With 50 Mln meters Enel is contributing with the 25% to the overall European target


Pilot projects in brazil enel model digital meters in the area of fortaleza
Pilot Projects in BrazilEnel “model” digital meters in the area of Fortaleza

Enel, with Endesa, is developing a pilot remote management project in Brazil, using the same metering technology that Endesa is installing in Spain. The pilot project will be implemented through Coelce, Endesa's electricity distribution subsidiary operating in the State of Cearà, Brazil.

The pilot project was launched in Fortaleza through the installation of meters of the model developed by Enel Distribuzione. The project also envisages the installation of concentrators for the data collected by meters in transformer stations and training days for the technicians of local Enel Group distribution companies.

Brazil is the first country in Latin America to begin developing a regulatory framework for remote management.


Smart Grids: vision and benefits

Storage and Plug & Playtechnologies

Multi-directional ‘flows’ management

End user real time

information and participation

Electric Vehicle

Central and distributed

Intelligence

Central and distributed resources integration

LED Public Lighting

Smart equipments and power electronics


Smart grids roadmap enel
Smart GridsRoadmap Enel

Level 5: Smart Customers

Customers

Customers become aware and participate actively

Level 4: Smart Energy Management

Management of end-use energy efficiency, aggregation, retail

Distribution

Network

Level 3: Smart Integration

SMART GRIDSFunctional levels

Renewable energy, DG, electric vehicles, electricity storage and aggregation

Level 2: Smart Distribution network and processes

More automated medium voltage distribution networks with self healing capabilities. Monitored and controlled low voltage networks. IT supported monitoring process

Transmission

Network

Level 1: Smart Pan-European Transmission network

Level 0: New generation technologies

Electricity generation

20-20-20

SMART GRIDS

FULL ROLL-OUT

Level of implementation

Smart Grids

EUROPEAN ELECTRICITY

GRID INITIATIVE

  • Frame-Program 7: Pilots

  • Reti attive

  • Infrastruttura veicoli elettrici ed ibridi

  • EU Frame Program7

  • ADDRESS

  • Grid4Vehicles

  • ENEL PROJECTS

  • Smart Info, Domanda attiva,

  • Banda larga , E- Mobility

  • ENEL DEPLOYMENT

  • Telegestore

  • Automazione rete

  • Work ForceMngm

  • Asset Management

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2012

2000

2020

2015

2009


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