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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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Vienna, June 22 2011Mauro BattocchiVice President, International Institutional AffairsEnel
No.1 electricity company in Italy. Second largest utility in Europe by installed capacity
from 0 a 500 MW
1.000 to 2.000
2.000 to 10.000
More than 10.000
17,5 bln €
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.
A fullyintegrated global energy player with a leading position in strategicmarkets
32 million customers
Involving customers by enabling participation while guarantying high quality of service
A win-win technology
FOR CUSTOMERS and other electrical system operators
FOR THE ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM
2001 (128 min ; 80 €/Customer)
2010 (45 min ; 49 €/Customer)
Quality of service
International developmentExpansion worldwide
Deployment completed/on going
Pilot on going
Oxxio 0,2 Mln
Endesa 13 Mln
EON 0.8 Mln
Enel 32 Mln
Other 4 Mln
With 50 Mln meters Enel is contributing with the 25% to the overall European target
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.
Storage and Plug & Playtechnologies
Multi-directional ‘flows’ management
End user real time
information and participation
Central and distributed
Central and distributed resources integration
LED Public Lighting
Smart equipments and power electronics
Level 5: Smart Customers
Customers become aware and participate actively
Level 4: Smart Energy Management
Management of end-use energy efficiency, aggregation, retail
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
Level 1: Smart Pan-European Transmission network
Level 0: New generation technologies
Level of implementation