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The 21 international conference and exhibition of electricity of distribution round table

Ministry of Economic Development

Department of Energy

GENERAL DIRECTORATE FOR NUCLEAR ENERGY, RENEWABLE ENERGIES AND ENERGY EFFICENCY

The 21° International Conference and Exhibition of Electricity of Distribution

Round Table

Smart grid development programs in different countries

Interregional Operational Programme (I.O.P.)

“Renewable Energies and Energy Saving”

2007-2013

CAPRA – IT – RT.xy.


Interregional operational programme i o p

INTERREGIONAL OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME I.O.P.

The Interregional Operational Programme (I.O.P.) "Renewable Energies and Energy Saving“ - EFRD 2007-2013 co-financed by National Resources and the EU Structural Funds,is jointly planned by the Ministry of Economic Development (MiSE), the Ministry of Environment (MATTM), the economy and social Partnership and 4 Italians Regions (‘Convergence’ Objective).

  • Budget: 1600 M€.

  • Objective: “Increase the share of energy consumption derived from renewable sources and improve energy efficiency, promoting local development in the Convergence Regions”

  • Convergence Regions:

    • Calabria

    • Campania

    • Puglia

    • Sicilia


The interregional operational programme strategy

THE INTERREGIONAL OPERATIONAL PROGRAMME STRATEGY

The I.O.P. objective is implemented facing up the bottlenecks which

hamper the success of policies (i.e. Energy Networks weakness).

The I.O.P. strategy has to be distinguished from the financial needs.

Programme keystone:

  • Complete the ordinary policy Incentives Scheme.

  • Lead financial resources to new generation, consumptionand research models, able to strengthen economic and employment system to promote the general acceptance and convenience for the implementation of interventions.


The role of ministry of economy and development mise

THE ROLE OF MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT (MiSE)

Ministry of Economy Development (MiSE - DGENRE) is responsible for a relevant part

of the Programme with particular reference to the following activities:


Activity 2 4 projects

Activity 2.4 - PROJECTS

Objectives: Upgrade energy transmissions networks in order to promote the use of the distributed generation from RES and small & micro co-generation.

Actions Goals: Remove obstacles deriving from the lack of solid infrastructure; Design actions strictly related to the exploitation of potential renewable sources and to the spread of small & micro co-generation; Be functional to the needs and perspective of industrial system and territory.

Target: Public Administrations and managers of energy transmission networks.


The 21 international conference and exhibition of electricity of distribution round table

Activity 2.4 - PROJECTS


Project 2 4 1 innovative distribution

PROJECT 2.4.1: INNOVATIVE DISTRIBUTION


Activity 2 4 projects1

Activity 2.4 - PROJECTS


Expected results

EXPECTEDRESULTS

Foster the development of Distributed

Generation by anticipating future needs and

supporting innovative management of

transmission and distribution grid

MISE – DGENRE CONTRIBUTION TO I.O.P. STRATEGY

2.4


International smart grids action network isgan

International Smart Grids Action Network - ISGAN

  • ISGAN launched at the Clean Energy Ministerial meeting on July 2010, with Italy and Korea co-founder.

  • ISGAN is an Implementing Agreement of the International Energy Agency.

  • ISGAN provides a framework for high-level government coordination to enable Smart Grid development.

  • ISGAN implements a high-priority recommendation in the MEF‘s Smart Grid Technology Action Plan.

  • Facilitate the global Smart Grid implementation period through Peer Review·Standards Cooperation.


Isgan main projects

ISGAN – MAIN PROJECTS

1) Establishing an international inventory of smart grid enabling policies and resulting deployment outcomes.

2) Creating case studies using a common framework to highlight key results from emerging smart grid pilots.

3) Establishing benefit-cost methodologies to support regulators and utilities that are assessing smart grid investment options.

4) Regularly synthesizing insights from the emerging work of ISGAN for consideration by high-level policy makers.


Priorities for the italian system 2010 2012

Priorities for the Italian System 2010-2012

  • Incentives for Smart Grids pilot investments of Distribution companies on MV active distribution networks with RES/storage (Italian Regulator).

  • Italian breaktrough technological initiatives:

    • Smart meters and related communication technologies.

    • Electrical storage management systems.

    • DMS – Distribution Management Systems.

  • Identification of suitable transmission grid architectures.

  • Validate monitoring and control methodologies.


Market and regulation issues

MARKET AND REGULATION ISSUES

  • Current tariff schemes do not provide sufficient incentives to support investments in Smart Grids.

  • Tariffs should provide incentives for future investments in smart solutions.

    Example:

    • Italian Regulator approved an additional 2% WACC on investments related to Smart Grids and Energy Efficiency.

    • Del. 39/10 to refund DSO’s Smart Grid related investments, such as voltage control and DG dispatching on MV grid.

  • Clear regulatory and legislative rules should be set for full roll-out and replication of demonstration projects.


The 21 international conference and exhibition of electricity of distribution round table

THANK YOU

Department of Energy

GENERAL DIRECTORATE for NUCLEAR ENERGY, RENEWABLE ENERGY and ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Mr. Marcello Capra

Tel. +39 06 47053550

e-mail: [email protected]

Mrs Simonetta Piezzo

Responsible for realization of I.O.P. “Renewable energies and energy saving”

Tel. +39 06 47052417

e-mail: [email protected]


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