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Organizing Meeting: Smart Grid & Electric Vehicles. Funding Sources Smart Grid Demos & Deployment. Funding Sources Electric Vehicles & Charging Infrastructure. Scope of Smart Grid & EV Funding Opportunities. Smart Grid

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Organizing Meeting:Smart Grid & Electric Vehicles


Funding SourcesSmart Grid Demos & Deployment


Funding SourcesElectric Vehicles & Charging Infrastructure


Scope of Smart Grid & EVFunding Opportunities

  • Smart Grid

    • “… Smart grid modernization encompasses the electric transmission and distribution infrastructure that interconnects large generation at one end and consumers’ electric loads as the other end, as well as all components and systems in between, including distributed energy resources.”

  • Transportation Electrification (EVs and Charging)

    • “… Accelerate the development and production of various electric drive vehicle systems to substantially reduce petroleum consumption.”

    • Support the President’s goal to Get One Million Plug-In Hybrid Cars (PHEVs) on the Road by 2015.

  • Who can participate?

    • Utilities, system operators, power marketers

    • Vehicle mfrs, charging equipment mfrs, other technology suppliers

    • National labs may only subcontract


Goals of Smart Grid &EV Funding Opportunities

  • Public benefits DOE is aiming for:

    • Jobs, jobs, jobs

    • Reduced emissions

    • Reduced oil consumption

    • Enhanced cost-effectiveness

    • Improved demand-side management

    • Flexibility to integrate renewable and distributed energy resources

    • Improved reliability


  • Essential elements of a smart grid

  • Deep energy efficiency

  • Demand mgmt

  • Grid intelligence

  • Clean power

  • Electric vehicles

  • Energy storage

Today’s Grid – Limitations

  • Consumers lack information

  • Utilities lack mechanisms to influence consumer behavior

  • Limited clean power

  • Limited energy storage


Deep Energy Efficiency

  • Cost-effective first steps

  • Building envelopes

  • High energy-use loads (HVAC, etc.)


Demand-Side Management

  • Communications (wireless, BPL, etc.)

  • “Instrument” curtailable loads (A/C, W/H)

  • Smart meters (AMI)

  • Aggregation intelligence (software)


Grid Intelligence

  • Monitoring and control

  • SCADA integration

  • Synchro-phasors (PMUs)

  • Automated substations


Clean Power

  • Carbon-free

  • Utility-scale: wind, PV

  • All-scale: PV

  • Intermittent – requires “firming”


Electric Vehicles

  • Reduce oil consumption

  • “Instrument” EVs, charge points

  • Smart charging required

  • Complement intermittent clean power


  • Essential elements of a smart grid

  • Deep energy efficiency

  • Demand mgmt

  • Grid intelligence

  • Clean power

  • Electric vehicles

  • Energy storage

Energy Storage

  • Grid shock absorber

  • Firm intermittent power (wind, PV)

  • EVs are partial storage-equivalent


Ground Rules

  • Describe product or service (if applicable)

  • Outline proposal

    • Funding sources

    • Current partners

    • Partnership opportunities

  • 4-minute time limit


Speakers


Areva

T&D

Seabreeze

Demand

Energy

Networks

OptimumEnergy

eTec

Chelan Co

Grid Mobility


PNW Smart Grid DemoGetting Ourselves Organized

  • Goals

    • Lead the nation in developing a clean, robust grid

    • Grow smart grid technology companies in Washington state

  • BPA Plans

    • Smart Grid Test Bed RFI

    • $3.25B borrowing authority


PNW Smart Grid DemoGetting Ourselves Organized

  • How do we make the NW smart grid demonstration a success?

    • Broad participation by utilities and technology companies

    • Learn how to migrate quickly from demo ($.6B)  deployment ($3.4B)

  • How do we integrate all of the pieces of a NW solution?

    • DSM, wind, storage, EVs, etc.

    • Open standards and protocols

    • Regulatory mechanisms (tariffs, rate recovery, etc.)

  • Create a PNW Smart Grid forum to pursue this opportunity?


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