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  • WORKSHOP GERMANY-BRAZIL

    "AES Eletropaulo - Smart City strategy“

    Smart Grid Program (We can't just imagine what the future holds for us

    in the way of technological advancement...)

    Paulo Roberto de Souza Pimentel Smart Grid Project Manager

    March 16, 2013

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    1- Introduction

    2- Smart City

    3- Smart Grid

    4- AES Eletropaulo Smart Grid

    4.1- Smart Grid: key motivations for a AES Eletropaulo

    4.2- AES Eletropaulo: Existing infrastructure in technology

    4.3- Telecom architecture

    4.4- AES Eletropaulo: Strategies

    4.5- AES Eletropaulo: Actions plans

    4.6- “Living Lab” concepts

    4.7- Project 1 Smart Grid Structuring Project

    4.8- Project 2 Distribution Generation

    4.9- Project 3 Electric Vehicle Project

    Content

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  • AES Worldwide

  • We are a North American Group, present in 27 countries on 5

    continents

    Who are we?

    AES in figures:

    • 29.000 employees

    • 132 power generators and 14 power distribution companies

    • Capacity to serve more than 100 million people

    • Annual revenue: $17 billion

    • Assets in the world: $14 billion

    1 - Introduction

  • AES Brasil

  • (*) Source: Net Income / Financial Statements of Companies

    • Presence in Brazil since 1997

    • Largest energy distribution of Brazil

    • Second largest group in the

    electricity sector *

    • Consisting of four companies in the

    sectors of power generation,

    distribution and energy

    commercialization

    • 7500 employees

    • 7 million customers

    • Net income: R$ 2.19 billion (2010)

    AES Brasil

    Power distribution

    Power generation and Energy Commercialization

    1 - Introduction

  • • Largest power distribution company in Brazil and

    Latin America *

    • Located in a region with 30% of Brazilian GDP

    • 6.4 million customers

    • 5770 employees

    • Served 118 municipalities in the Rio Grande do Sul

    state

    • 63,000 km of lines

    • 1.2 million customers

    • 1290 employees

    Power Distribution

    (*) In terms of customers and revenue figures

    1 - Introduction

  • AES Eletropaulo

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     4,526 km ² operation area;

     Power supply to 24 cities in the

    metropolitan region of Sao Paulo,

    including the capital;

     6,7 million customers, covering 16,3

    million people;

     40,368 km of overhead distribution

    network power;

     2,883 km of underground distribution

    network power.

    AES Eletropaulo 1 - Introduction

  • 2- Smart City

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    2 - Smart City overview

    A smart city uses information combined with technology to improve quality of

    life, reduce environmental impact, and decrease energy demand.

    Smart Grid

  • 3- Smart Grid

  • Smart Grid applications within the domain of transmission and

    distribution enables a wide range of functionalities …

    Smart meter

    ▪ Real-time reporting of usage and power

    failures

    ▪ Remote disconnect

    ▪ Operational benefits for distribution

    companies

    Grid applications

    ▪ Grid automation (e.g., self-

    healing)

    ▪ Minimization of technical losses

    ▪ Remote monitoring

    ▪ More precise load balancing

    Key applications of the Smart Grid

    Smart components

    Home area network

    ▪ Home appliances with real-time

    tracking of utilization and price

    ▪ Price signaling to customers

    ▪ Home automation

    Renewables and distributed energy

    generation

    ▪ Integration of reserve generators, ener-

    gy storage, generation (solar, wind)

    ▪ Automatic cut-off in case of overcharge

    SOURCE: McKinsey 13

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    4

    … which bring extensive benefits to consumers and the society at large

    SOURCE: McKinsey; 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference, EU Commission; NREL

    ▪ Improved reliability ▪ Reduced need for additional generation and reserve ▪ Reduced need for additional transmission

    ▪ Savings from energy efficiency ▪ Improved quality of service ▪ Value added services

    ▪ Direct reduction of CO2 footprint – load (~10%) and losses (~5%) ▪ Indirect reduction of CO2 footprint – DG1 enablement

    Overall system benefits

    End user benefits

    Environmental benefits

    Key expected benefits of the Smart Grid

    1 Distributed Generation

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    5

    Home of the future

    1 Delivery and maintenance

    2 Mainly delivery, marginal maintenance activity

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    Connectivity

    Smart applications2

     Home area networks

     Energy storage devices

    Electric vehicles

    charging

    infrastructure2

    Advanced metering

    infrastructure (AMI)1

    Microgeneration1

     Solar PV/thermal

     Mini CHP

     Microwind

    Stimulus: Regulatory, funding and disseminating information

    A

    B

    C

    E

    D

    Data

    management

    F

    Appliances and electronics

    • Advanced washing machines, refrigerators, freezer, etc.

    • Television and other electronics

    Drivers of product selection

     Energy consumption

    reduction/conservation

  • 4- AES Eletropaulo

    Smart Grid

  • Programa AES Eletropaulo Smart Grid

    4.1- Smart Grid: key motivations for a AES Eletropaulo

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     Remote command and supervision in 100% of the Substations

     Digital Communication in 100% of the Substations

     Remote command in 100% of the sub transmission line switches

     Operative metering in 100% of output of the Medium Voltage feeders

     Digitalization of 100% of the substations

    Electric Grid Automation

     100% of the boundary meters

     100% of the A2 and Free Clients

     100% of the transformer secondary of the substations

     76.000 Low Voltage Clients

    Telemetry

    Operation Center

    SCADA ODB

    EMS

    GIS

    Atende URA

    Monitoring of

    the vehicle fleet

    4.2- AES Eletropaulo: Existing infrastructure in technology

  • | Programa AES Eletropaulo Smart Grid

    4.3- Telecom architecture

    Optic fiber network - backbone

    Substation – backhaul access point

    WiMax network

    Metering Concentrator

    Smart Meter

  • 4.4- AES Eletropaulo: Strategies

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    1. Create a Smart Grid Project: vision, strategy, organization, objectives,

    roadmap, costs and benefits;

    2. Overcome prospecting phase, experimenting and pilots for structuring and

    performance of transformation projects;

    3. Manage the Regulator in a structured and systematic manner for the

    Smart Grid Topics: influence changes in the regulations , enable and protect

    investments;

    4. Address the technological gap: redefine the technological architecture,

    governance standards and integration;

    5. Invest in initiatives with a higher potential for contributing to the

    objectives of the strategic plan: quality improvement, client satisfaction,

    revenue protection, cost optimization and use of the assets.

  • 4.5- AES Eletropaulo: Actions plans

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    1. Detail the corporate strategy of the Smart Grid;

    2. Structure and Prioritize the Roadmap of the Smart Grid

    Projects;

    3. Build the Governance Model for the Program;

    4. Define the Future Architecture for Communication;

    5. Define the Architecture for System Integration;

    6. Design Business Cases for launching the initial projects.

  • 4.6- “Living Lab” concepts

    http://www.ausmt.org/index.php/AUSMT/article/view/134/118

  • 4.7- Project 1

    Smart Grid Structuring Project

    Eletropaulo Digital

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    AES Eletropaulo: Smart Grid Program

  • | Programa AES Eletropaulo Smart Grid

    1) To create a deployment model replicable throughout the concession area,

    2) To prepare appropriate Technology and Strategic Road Map.

    2.1.1 - Objectives

    Features of the project

    Metering /

    Commercial losses

    • Smart meters in 100% of the clients;

    • Remote cut-off and reconnection in 100% of the clients;

    • Energy Balance in 100% of the MV transformers;

    • Exteriorized Metering for illegal connection, in 2.500 clients;

    • To protect secondary overhead for illegal connection;

    • Pre-payment for pilot evaluation.

    Grid

    Advanced

    Automation

    • Detection / Fault location;

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