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Introduction. PLENARY SESSION II: SMART GRIDS AND NETWORK RELIABILITY – FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES Smart grid- Integrating Renewable Generation. Prakash Nayak Chairman Power Panel IET Director Power Engineering & Automation . Agenda. About PEnA About Power System – Evolution and future
Chairman Power Panel IET
Director Power Engineering & Automation
About Power System – Evolution and future
E- mobility -future transportation
Future Utilities look like…..”
Building tomorrow's grid today- Conclusion
The future grid – Smart Grid
Renewable Energy focus
Renewable Energy focus- India Vision & Mission
Integration of Renewable energy
Integration of Renewable energy - ICT Role
Renewable Integration Model (RIM)
Renewable Energy Integration/Connectivity
Renewable Integration Model
Renewable Integration Model results and experience
Power sector has undergone a rapid revolution and modernization through, enhanced capacity, renewable energy introduction, distributed generation, micro grid etc.
Information Communication Technology( ICT)
Much wider and deeper influence in the operation and maintenance of the power grid encompassing traditional generation, transmission, distribution
The trend of protocols has been refined to be more flexible and accommodating to industrial needs, specifically in the open architecture and matching with high speed communication.
Interoperability improves its interactions with other systems.
Car manufacturers will continue to demonstrate their commitment to smaller, more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly cars with a focus continues to be price and energy efficiency.
More informed and collaborative customers
Will have a profound impact on the shape of the power utility industry as there will be demand and more control over their energy sources and consumption.
Utility industry's response to environmental issues
Has given the industry valuable experience and a leadership position in that area.
Most utilities are not Globally Integrated Enterprises,
Understanding “Globalization Gaps” seen with other industries can help energy and utility industries think effectively about leveraging elements of globalization.
These will cause major changes in business models
Gives way to transformational innovation in enterprise and revenue model
It will be combination of hardware, management and reporting software, built atop an intelligent communications infrastructure.
Renewables focus and its integration
The global energy mix: exemplary path …..2050……2100
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Wind Speed: 7.0 m/s
Wind Speed: 7.5 m/s
Wind Speed: 8.0m/s
Leading to tremendous opportunity in Renewable Energy
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Planners & Engineers
2. Communications and Information Infrastructure
Integration of Renewable energy - ICT
1. Power system Infrastructure
Installed variable renewable generation
(Reg, Load Following, Day-Ahead, Ramp)
Detailed profiles and variability for load & generation
Resources required to
Variable power (renewables)
Forecast errors for load
Fixed and variable
cost of integration
Cost of conventional
RIM: Variety of inputs to determine renewable integration requirements and costs
RIM: Statistical model that accounts for variability and unpredictability
Operating Flexibility Requirement
Operating Flexibility Hourly Requirement
Renewable Hourly Generation
Renewable Reliability Contribution
Planning Reserve Margin
Forecast Peak Load
Projected Hourly Load
Residual Operating Flexibility Requirement
Additional Capacity Required for integration
Residual Reliability Requirement
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