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Overview of NREL Electricity R&D Program and Activities (NRECA Briefing at NREL) By Dick DeBlasio, NREL – Chief Engineer Principal Program Manager for Electricity Programs May 18, 2010. OE -- Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability. DOE Goal

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Overview of NREL Electricity R&D Program and Activities(NRECA Briefing at NREL)ByDick DeBlasio, NREL – Chief Engineer Principal Program Manager for Electricity ProgramsMay 18, 2010

oe office of electricity delivery and energy reliability
OE -- Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability
  • DOE Goal
  • Create a more flexible, more reliable, and higher capacity U.S. energy infrastructure
  • OE GOAL
  • Lead national efforts to modernize the electric grid, enhance security and reliability of the energy infrastructure, and facilitate recovery from disruptions to the energy supply
  • OE R&D Strategies & Objectives
  • Develop High Temperature superconducting (wires & coils) to increase capacity, efficiency, and reliability, of the electric system.
  • Advance real time visualization and control tools to utilize T&D assets, etc.
  • Integrate advanced technologies (i.e., renewable, Distributed Generation, storage, load management)

Assistant Secretary DOE/OE (Pat Hoffman, Acting)

R&D

nrel electricity program office of electricity delivery and energy reliability
NREL Electricity Program Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability
  • Distributed Power Generation
    • Solar Residential/ Commercial PV
    • Small/Community Wind
    • Electric Drive Vehicles
    • Fuel Cells
    • Micro-turbines/Engines
  • Central Power Generation
    • Wind Farms
    • Concentrating Solar Power
    • Solar Utility Scale PV
    • Geothermal
    • Ocean Wave & Current

Advanced Power Management

Systems Integration

Interconnection Technology

Storage

Smart-Grid

Micro-grids

System Impacts

Standards and Codes

Electric Transmission System

Electric Distribution System

CHP

Load Management

  • Efficient End Use
  • Residential Buildings
  • Commercial Buildings
  • Solar Heating & Cooling
  • Electric Drive Vehicles
  • Industry

DeBlasio 7/8/07

nrel electricity program r d focus areas
NREL ELECTRICITY Program R&D Focus Areas

Interconnection & interface engineering

Test and evaluation

Standards, codes, and conformance

Renewable systems specific issues

DE system modeling and simulation

Renewable resource integration

Impacts and solutions

Advanced technologies, e.g., power electronics (advanced functionality, modular, scalable), and monitoring, information exchange and control, interoperability)

New grid architectures, and operations functionality, e.g., Microgrids and Smart Grids

4

grid modernization

Today’s

Electricity …

Tomorrow’s Choices …

Power park

e -

Fuel Cell

Hydrogen Storage

Wind Farms

Remote Loads

Industrial DG

Fuel Cell

Rooftop Photovoltaics

SMES

e -

Smart Substation

Load as a resource

Combined Heat and Power

Grid Modernization
smart grid
Smart Grid

DOE defines the Smart Grid as:

“an automated, widely distributed energy delivery network characterized by a two-way flow of electricity and information, capable of monitoring and responding to changes in everything from power plants to customer preferences to individual appliances.”

  • Smart Grids:
    • Enable High Penetration of Renewables and Distributed Generation
    • Enable price responsiveness of customers
    • Allow dispatchable load and storage
    • Improve energy efficiency
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FY 2010 Smart Grid Activities at NREL Supports DOE OE Goals for a modern grid with a Smart Electric Delivery System
  • Development of Interoperability Standards (e.g., IEEE P2030) and Interconnection Standards (e.g. IEEE 1547)
  • Enable High Penetration of Renewables and Distributed Generation (Grid Integration, e.g., IEEE P1547.8 proposed)
  • Advanced Distribution System Operations (Microgrids, P1547.4)
  • Allow dispatchable load and storage (i.e., V2G; part of IEEE proposed P1547.8 Industry Driven/Collaboration with SAE – and related to NIST Priority Action Plans)
  • Development of Conformance Test Protocols for Smart Grid Technologies (enhanced funding request – TBD)
oe doe nrel fy2010 sg projects
OE DOE NREL FY2010 SG Projects

Smart Grid R&D – Sub Program

Projects:

  • Smart Grid Interconnection Standards Development

(1547 standards) - PI Tom Basso

  • Smart Grid Interoperability Standards Development

2030 standards) - PI Tom Basso

  • Renewable and Distribution Systems Impact R&D

PI’s Ben Kroposki and Tom Basso

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OE Renewable Systems Interconnection

  • (DER focus)
  • In FY09, we developed a report discussing fault ride though and short circuit characteristics for inverter-based renewable energy systems.
  • Published Understanding Fault Characteristics of Inverter-Based Distributed Energy Resources (January 2010)
  • In FY10 we will continue to evaluate needed testing and modeling to simulate short-circuit and fault-ride through characteristics of inverter based distributed renewable systems.
  • The goal in FY10 is to develop standard inverter models of short-circuit contributions and fault ride-through capability that could be used to perform studies. (September 2010)
  • These open source models could then be transitioned to software developer and included in electrical power system simulation packages.

Available at:

http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy10osti/46698.pdf

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OE Renewable Systems Interconnection

  • (Distribution System focus)
  • In FY10 we continue to promote the FY09 report three primary recommendations:
    • need qualification of the grid;
    • need qualification of modern interconnection systems (e.g., smart grid concepts beyond IEEE 1547 base standard to allow grid support); and
    • need modeling and simulation improvements,
  • e.g., into IEEE P1547.7 draft guide to impact studies for DR interconnection.
  • Further in FY10 we are establishing example algorithm and model analysis tools (in Distributed Engineering Workstation program) for DR interconnection between the grid and renewable electric distributed energy systems . (Report -- September 2010)
  • Goal in FY10 is to show “universality” of these example tools and how they may be incorporated by others into multiple software analysis programs; longer term goals are to validate additional example tools so others will establish similar tools to readily understand, quantify and mitigate system impacts from renewable systems integration.

Report documents and evaluates system impacts of DR interconnection to T&D systems (ocus on renewables); it also identifies impact-resolution approaches and challenges --

http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy09osti/44727.pdf

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Federal 2005 Energy Policy Act: Cites & Requires IEEE 1547

(IEEE Std 1547 Developed By National Team of 444 Professionals)

Federal 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act:

Established NIST as Lead to Coordinate Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards and Protocols

smart grid interconnection and interoperability
Smart Grid Interconnection and Interoperability
  • Systems Approach
  • Interconnection & Interfaces
  • Technical Standards
  • Advanced Technologies
  • Systems Integration

Substations

Bulk Power

Storage

sensors

EV

Distribution System

(Also, larger DER on transmission)

Load Management

Transmission System

sensors

sensors

Communications and Information Technology Information Flow, Data Management,

Monitor & Control

Combined Heat

& Power

DE Resources Interconnection

Recip.

Generator

Micro Turbine

Fuel Cell

sensors

Photovoltaics

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IEEE 1547 Interconnection Standards

Urban distribution networks

1547- 2003Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Resources

with Electric Power Systems

Identified

in Report to NIST

1547.1 - 2005 Conformance Test Procedures for

Equipment Interconnecting DR with EPS

1547.2 - 2008 Application Guide for IEEE 1547

Standard for Interconnection of DR with EPS

http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/scc21/index.html

1547.3 - 2007 Guide for Monitoring, Information

Exchange and Control of DR

Current 1547 Projects

P1547.4 Guide for Design, Operation, and Integration of DR Island Systems with EPS

Microgrids

P1547.5 Guidelines for Interconnection of Electric Power Sources Greater Than 10 MVA to the Power Transmission Grid

P1547.6 Recommended Practice for Interconnecting DR With EPS Distribution Secondary Networks

P1547.7 Draft Guide to Conducting Distribution Impact Studies for Distributed Resource Interconnection

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IEEE Unifies Power, Communications and IT:

Smart Grid Interoperability Standards Project P2030

Information

Technologies

{data, facts, and

knowledge}

Communication

Technologies

{exchange processes

for information}

P2030 http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/scc21/index.html

Power and Energy Technologies

[electric power system, end use applications and loads]

smart grid conformance testing
Smart Grid Conformance Testing

Power

Interface

Physically how

electricity moves and

devices interconnect

Smart Grid Interface Interoperability

Communications

Interface

Information

Technology

Interface

What information

moves and how

information is organized

Physically how

information moves and

devices communicate

Accelerate development and adoption of Smart Grid technologies

Develop consensus-based standard test protocol

Develop interoperability test beds

Achieve interoperability between interfaces and devices

nrel smart grid testing
NREL Smart Grid Testing

Grid Simulator

Communications/ IT infrastructure

Grid Agent/ Smart Meter

MV AC Bus

LV AC Bus

Utility Grid

DC Loads

Wind Turbines

Grid Simulator

DC Bus

MV Generation

AC Loads/ Appliances

Microturbines

Fuel Cells

Building Loads and Demand Response

PHEV/V2G

Battery Banks

Synchronous Generators

PV Arrays

Energy Storage

Inverters

in summary fy 2010 smart grid oe activities at nrel
In Summary FY 2010 Smart Grid OE Activities at NREL
  • Development of Interoperability Standards (e.g., IEEE P2030) and Interconnection Standards (e.g. IEEE 1547)
  • Enable High Penetration of Renewables and Distributed Generation (Grid Integration, e.g., IEEE P1547.8 proposed)
  • Advanced Distribution System Operations (Microgrids, P1547.4)
  • Allow dispatchable load and storage (i.e., V2G; part of IEEE proposed P1547.8 Industry Driven/Collaboration with SAE – and related to NIST Priority Action Plans)
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