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European Commission DG INFSOICT for Sustainable GrowthRogelio SEGOVIArogelio.segovia@ec.europa.eu

CEER workshop on CEER Advice on the take-off of a demand response electricity market with smart meters

the vision of the smart grid
The vision of the Smart Grid

©MeRegio project

http://www.e-energy.de/

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Demand Response a solution to the problem of matching demand and productionthe utilities point of view

©Mirabel project

www.miracle-project.eu

the role of tariff signals a market tool for demand response
The role of tariff signalsA market tool for demand response

©Mirabel project

A smart system

to manage DR

©BeyWatch project

www.beywatch.eu

but not only a grid problem contribution to the 20 20 20
But not only a grid problemContribution to the 20-20-20

Source: Building Energy Data Book, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Planning, Budget and Analysis, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

Energy savings at buildings is a priority on its own

User awareness and participation is the key

Electricity consumption in France

(source SOeS)

energy management of a building is not only about energy and prices people are living in it
Energy management of a buildingIs not only about energy and pricesPeople are living in it

A smart system

to manage DR

Energy profile

©E3SoHo project

www.e3soho.eu

Inhabitants needs

Weather conditions

©BeAware project

www.energyawareness.eu

A system empowering the users to take decisions

A user friendly support for efficient energy management

bems building energy management systems the technologies
BEMS Building Energy Management Systemsthe technologies

A smart system

to manage DR

BEMS include a model of the building, simulation software, optimization algorithms, user interfaces, etc

Nevertheless, produced by millions, can be very cheap

©BeyWatchwww.beywatch.eu

©IntUBEwww.intube.eu

©Dehemswww.dehems.eu

©BeAwarewww.energyawareness.eu

bems the networking
BEMSthe networking

A smart system

to manage DR

BEMS Building Energy Management Systems

©TIBUCON tibucon.eu

the smart meter

display

Signal processor

CPU

Memory

MDM

head end

Communication

Module

Any standard protocols

The (smart) meter

Power line

sensor

switch

Measurement

Time stamp

[COSEM]

Encryption

Meter ID

AMI

smart legal meter
(smart) LEGAL meter

It is not just another gadget

It is the legal reference for billing

It passes conformance tests

It is mostly outside the dwelling

sealed

certified

Every new version of non-legally relevant software would need to pass WELMEC7, Extension 7, test on software separation for customer protection reasons.

Is it a competitive platform for Home IT services business?

functionalities

Building Management: separated standardisation of different services with different stakeholders

Telephone companies

Cable companies

Functionalities
  • Essential functionalities: Directive 2004/22/EC on Measuring Instruments (MID)
  • Standardization: M441 open architecture for utility meters involving communication protocols enabling interoperability
  • Minimum additional (regulatory):
    • 2008 EURELECTRIC’s Position Paper: Building a European Smart Metering Framework suitable for all Retail Electricity Customers
    • 2009 GEODE (Groupement Européen des entreprises et Organismes de Distribution d’ Energie)
    • 2009 ERGEG Public Consultation Paper on Draft Guidelines of Good Practice on Regulatory Aspects of Smart Metering for Electricity and Gas
    • 2009 Mobilising Information and Communication Technologies to facilitate the transition to an energy-efficient, low-carbon economy", European Commission Communication - COM(2009) 111
    • "Mobilising Information and Communication Technologies to facilitate the transition to an energy-efficient, low-carbon economy", European Commission Communication - COM(2009) 111 - Brussels, 12.3.2009, and
    • 2010 Digital Agenda, Action 73: Member States to agree common additional functionalities for smart meters
      • 2010 FR, SENAT, RAPPORT D´INFORMATION FAIT au nom de la commission de l'économie, du développement durable et de l'aménagement du territoire sur le compteur électrique évolué
      • 2010 NL, Proposal for Regulation of ………, laying down rules for remote-readable metering devices and fee schedules for electricity and gas (Remote-readable metering devices and fee schedules (Electricity and Gas) Regulation)
      • 2010 DKOrder on end consumption electricity metering
the role of the meter at the early stages of dr
The role of the meter at the early stages of DR

Home Display

User takes decisions

User takes action

Price

signals

www

Reading of

consumption

meter

©Dehemswww.dehems.eu

©3-E Houses www.3ehouses.eu

©e3Soho www.e3soho.eu

©eSHESHwww.esesh.eu

©SaveEnergywww.ict4saveenergy.eu

Appliance meter

dginfso pilots
DGINFSO pilots

Standardize metrics of ee to facilitate legislative measures

  • Pilots (CIP program)
    • Social houses (thousands)
    • Real living conditions (2 years)
  • Savings metrics and methodology
    • Bottom up approach (projects)
    • International metrics standards
pilots goals
Pilots goals

Avoid

peaks

Spread

shoulders

-15%

Consumption

+20%

Renewable

+ 15% peak load

saving

+15% consumer energy saving

+ 20% reduction of CO2 emissions

Real-life testing and validated functional specifications, involving a statistically significant number of users and ethical and privacy safeguards

≈ 20 M€ grants

©SaveEnergy

www.ict4saveenergy.eu

available solutions in the market
Available solutions in the market

©BeyWatch

www.beywatch.eu

dginfso research projects on bems
DGINFSO Research Projects on BEMS

AIM: A novel architecture for modelling, virtualising and managing the energy consumption of household appliances www.ict-aim.eu

Be Aware: Boosting Energy Awareness www.energyawareness.eu

BeyWatch: Building EnergYWATCHerwww.beywatch.eu

DEHEMS: Digital Environment Home Energy Management System www.dehems.eu

E4U: Electronics Enabling Efficient Energy Usage www.e4efficiency.eu

ENERGY WARDEN: Design and real time energy sourcing decisions in buildings www.energywarden.net

ENERsip: ENERgy Saving Information Platform for Generation and Consumption Networks www.enersip-project.eu

EnPROVE: Energy consumption prediction with building usage measurements for software-based decision support enprove.eu

FIEMSER: Friendly Intelligent Energy Management System for Existing Residential Buildings www.fiemser.eu

IntUBE: Intelligent Use of Buildings' Energy Information www.intube.eu

PEBBLE: Positive-Energy Buildings through better control decisions

………etc

http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/sustainable_growth/funding/prj_buidings/index_en.htm

≈ 44 M€ grants on BEMS (+ ≈ 28 M€ grants on smart grid)

our aims for building energy efficiency
Our aims for Building Energy Efficiency

A strong, free, market of cheap, intelligent and user friendly BEMS (and BIM) products and services

Covering the full lifecycle of buildings, from design, construction, to operation and refurbishing

Participation of all stakeholders: building industry, IT industry, device manufacturers, white goods, home appliances, utilities, telcos, metering industries, etc

Public Private Partnership "Energy-efficient Buildings" (EeB) initiative for the construction sector (€1 billion for R&D);

EuropeanConstructionTechnologyPlatform (ECTP) http://www.ectp.org/

Energy Efficient Buildings Association (E2BA) http://www.e2b-ei.eu/

  • The Green Digital Charter(already signed by 25 cities)
    • Advisory Group on ICT Infrastructure for energy-efficient buildings and neighbourhoods for carbon-neutral cities
    • Workshop on ‘Smart sustainable cities and regions' 
two ideas to retain
Two ideas to retain

DR is not only about

Grid balancing

The energy industry

cannot solve it alone

Thank you for your attention