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Flexible Networks for a Low Carbon Future. Approaching one year in...so far so good. LCNF Conference 26 th October 2012. 1. The Challenge Management of Uncertainty. Resources. Business Justification. Data Management. System Integration. The Whole is Greater than

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Flexible Networks for

a Low Carbon Future

Approaching one year in...so far so good

LCNF Conference

26thOctober 2012

1

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The Challenge Management of Uncertainty

Resources

Business

Justification

Data Management

System

Integration

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The Whole is Greater than

the Sum of the Parts

Enhanced

Network

Monitoring

Network

Automation

What will the

future be?

Will we be

ready for it?

Dynamic

Ratings

Data

Analysis

How fast

will it deploy?

When will

it turn up?

Sharing the

learning

Voltage

Optimisation

What will

it cost?

Energy

Efficiency

Voltage

Regulators

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Fit for Purpose Project Partners

• Data Analysis & Tool Development

• Experimental Design & Future Analysis

• Data backbone, interfaces

& volume optimisation

• Customer engagement

& energy usage analysis

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Capacity Headroom

  • Load Duration Curve
what and where we are doing it
What and Where we are doing it...

Dynamic rating

St Andrews

Energy Efficiency

Flexible Control

Wrexham

Whitchurch

Integrated Voltage Regulation

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Network Monitoring – Our Approach

This is not another monitoring project – collecting the data is a means to informing the other elements of the project

Before

After

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Our journey so far..

Installations

Site Surveys

Test case site

Specification

& Tendering

Requirements

Identification

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What’s next?

  • Complete installation of monitoring equipment
  • Establish “iHost” database mining & reporting tools
  • Commencement of early data analysis
  • Trial installations of DTR to 33kV OHL and Primary transformers
  • Trial installations of flexible network automation

What is the future of network monitoring?

  • Plug-n-play functionality?
  • Transformer load only?
  • Smart MDI’s?
  • Local processing of data?
  • Data optimisation?
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Flexible Networks for a Low Carbon Future

Enhanced

Network

Monitoring

Network

Automation

Dynamic

Ratings

Data

Analysis

Sharing the

learning

Voltage

Optimisation

Energy

Efficiency

Voltage

Regulators