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GRID+ Mapping and Gap Analysis, KPIs, EEGI labelled projects Ilaria Losa (RSE), Gareth Bissell (ENEL) TOOLS TO SUPPORT THE EUROPEAN ELECTRICITY GRID INITIATIVE: THE ROLL-OUT OF SMART GRIDS - 24th June 2014

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  • GRID+ Mapping and Gap Analysis, KPIs, EEGI labelled projects

    Ilaria Losa (RSE), Gareth Bissell (ENEL)

    TOOLS TO SUPPORT THE EUROPEAN ELECTRICITY GRID INITIATIVE: THE ROLL-OUT OF SMART GRIDS - 24th June 2014

  • Smart grids projects in EU

    R&D (45%) almost as numerous as Demo & Deployment (55%)

    More National (63%) than Multinational

    Numbers: 459 smart grid projects

    mostly Demo & Deployment (73%)

    National funding (57%) weighing a bit more than Multinational (43%)

    Investment: € 3 150 million

    2 Source: JRC DATABASE 2013

  • Structure of the EEGI roadmap (distribution)

    Cluster 1: Integration of

    Smart customers

    D1. Active Demand Response

    D2. Energy Efficiency from integration

    with Smart Homes

    Cluster 2: integration of DER

    and new users

    D3. DSO integration of small DER

    D4. System integration of medium DER

    D5:Integration of storage in network

    mgt

    D6: Infrastructure to host EV/PHEV

    Cluster 3: Network

    operation

    D7: Monitoring and control of LV network

    D8. Automation and control of MV

    network

    D9. Network management tools

    D10. Smart metering data processing

    Cluster 4: network planning

    and asset management

    D11. New planning approaches

    D12. Asset management

    D13. New approaches for market design

  • Structure of the EEGI roadmap (transmission)

    Cluster 1: Grid Architecture

    T1 -Definition of scenarios for pan-European network

    expansion

    T2 - Planning methodology for

    future pan-European

    transmission system

    T14 -Towards increasing public

    acceptance of transmission

    infrastructure

    Cluster 2: Power technologies

    T3 - Demonstration of power technology

    to increase network flexibility

    and operation means

    T4-Demonstration of novel network

    architectures

    T5 -Interfaces for large-scale demos of RES integration

    Cluster 3: Network

    Operation

    T6 - Innovative tools and methods to

    observe and control the pan-European

    network

    T7 - Innovative tools and methods for

    coordinated operation with stability margin

    evaluation

    T8 - Improved training tools and methods to

    ensure better coordination at the regional and pan-Eu

    levels

    T9 - Innovative tools and approaches for

    pan-European network reliability

    assessment

    Cluster 4: Market rules

    T10 - Advanced pan-European

    market tools for ancillary services

    and balancing, including active

    demand management

    T11 - Advanced tools for capacity

    allocation and congestion

    management

    T12 - Tools & market

    mechanisms for ensuring system

    adequacy and efficiency

    integrating very large amounts of

    RES

    Cluster 5: Asset Management

    T15 - Developing approaches to

    determine and to maximize the

    lifetime of critical power

    components for existing and

    future networks

    T16 -Development

    and validation of tools which

    optimize asset maintenance at

    the system level, based on

    quantitative CBA

    T17 - Demonstrations

    of new asset management

    approaches at EU level

    Joint TSO/DSO projects

    TD1 - Increased observability of the distribution system

    for transmission network MNGT &

    control;

    TD2 - The integration of demand side

    management at DSO level into TSO

    operations

    TD3 - Ancillary services provided

    through DSOs

    TD4 - Improved defense and

    restoration plan

    TD5 - Methodologies for scaling-up and

    replicating

  • GRID+

    Gap analysis: methodology-1

    • To highlight transversal issues with respect to key aspects for the large scale

    deployment of the innovations tested in pilot projects

    • To assess the maturity level of each Functional Objective with respect to the EEGI

    priorities

    • To compare the results achieved by ongoing and past demos with the relevant EEGI

    priorities and to identify research priorities for future research programmes

    DOMAIN EEGI ROADMAP Priorities EXPECTED RESULTS

    Hardware

    Software tools Toolbox to build scenarios.

    • Tools to perform network simulations at Pan EU level integrating new emerging technologies.

    Integration into the system

    To define pan-European network expansion scenarios; identify maximum volume of RES and DER for pan-European network; identify investments required to achieve 2050 vision

    To provide methods for identifying rates of storage needed at European level to

    develop a sustainable and efficient network

  • Gap analysis: methodology-2 Maturity categories- transmission

    Hardware

    Software tools

    Integration into the system

    Cost-benefit analysis

    Regulation of grid services

    Stakeholders involvement

    System reliability

    Data privacy

    Maturity categories- distribution

    Hardware

    Software tools

    Integration into the system

    Business model

    Cost-benefit analysis

    Regulation of grid services

    Stakeholders involvement

    System reliability

    6

    the maturity categories are a limited set metrics orthogonal (independent) to the structure of the EEGI clusters and functional objectives, applicable to a large set of objectives, able to assess as closely as possible the key goals of each objective without redundancy. Maturity categories consider incremental smart grid characteristics and capabilities that represent key elements defined in the roadmap: grid planning, development, operation, management

  • Gap analysis: methodology-3

    Ranking scheme

    7

  • DISTRIBUTION

    Based on EEGI roadmap 2012 Maturity levels assigned in cooperation with the members of EDSO4SG

    GAP ANALYSIS : preliminary outcomes

    D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13

    Hardware 0 2 2 1 2 2 1 0 2 0 -1 3 -1

    Software tools 3 1 3 1 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 Integration into the system 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 -1 1 2 2 0

    Business model 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 -1 -1 2 -1 3 2 Assessment of system reliability 2 3 2 1 2 2 3 0 2 2 2 3 1 Regulatory framework 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 3 -1 2 1 3 2 Stakeholders involvement 2 2 3 2 3 2 1 -1 -1 2 3 3 2

    Data privacy 1 2 2 1 -1 3 2 -1 -1 2 -1 -1 2

    PRIORITIES 2014 PRIORITIES 2015

  • Link With EEGI implementation plan

    • requires fundamental research for: software tools; business model; stakeholders involvement

    • Requires moderate development for: Hardware, Business model, Assessment of system reliability, Regulatory framework

    D5 - Integration of storage in network management

    • Requries moderate development for: Business model; Assessment of system reliability; Regulatory framework; Stakeholders involvement; Data privacy

    • Need more demonstration for Integration into the system

    D10 - Smart metering data processing

    • Requires fundamental research for : Hardware; Business model; Assessment of system reliability; Regulatory framework; Stakeholders involvement; Data privacy

    • Requries moderate development for: Software tools; Integration into the system;

    D12 - Asset management

    DSO Topics 2014 DSO Topics 2015

    • requires fundamental research for: software tools; Integration into the system; stakeholders involvement

    • Requires moderate development for: Hardware, Business model, Assessment of system reliability, Regulatory framework; data privacy

    D3 - Integration Small DER

    • Requries moderate development for: Integration into the system; Business model; Regulatory framework; Stakeholders involvement;

    • Need more demonstration for Hardware; software tools; System reliability; data privacy

    D4 - Integration medium DER

    • Requires fundamental research for : Assessment of system reliability;

    •Requries moderate development for: Software tools; Integration into the system; Business model; Data privacy; •Need more demonstration for Hardware; Regulatory framework; Stakeholders involvement;

    D7 - Monitoring and Control LV network

  • TRANSMISSION

    • Based on EEGI roadmap 2012 • Maturity levels assigned in cooperation with the members of ENTSO-E • Validation with external stakeholders on 24° March 2014

    GAP ANALYSIS : preliminary outcomes

    T1 T2 T14 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8 T9 T10 T11 T12 T15 T16 T17

    Hardware -1 -1 3 1 3 2 1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 3 -1 2

    Software tools -1 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 3 2 3 -1

    Integration into the

    system 3 1 -1 2 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 3 2

    Business model -1 2 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 2 3 3 3 -1 -1 -1

    Cost-benefit analysis 2 2 3 2 2 2 -1 -1 -1 2 3 2 2 3 3 2

    Regulation of grid

    services -1 1 3 -1 -1 2 -1 1 -1 3 3 2 3 -1 -1 3

    Stakeholders

    involvement -1 2 3 -1 -1 1 -1 -1 2 2 3 2 2 2 -1 3

    System reliability -1 3 3 2 3 2 2 3 -1 3 3 2 2 3 3 2

    PRIORITIES 2014 PRIORITIES 2015

  • Link With EEGI implementation plan

    • Requires moderate development for: software tools, Integration into the system, Cost Benefit Analysis, Business model, Assessment of system reliability, Regulatory framework

    • Need more demonstration for: Hardware

    T3 - Demonstration of power technology to increase network flexibility and operation means

    • requires fundamental research for; Integration into the system;

    • Requries moderate development for: Software tools involvement; Data privacy

    • Need more demonstration for Hardware

    T6 - Innovative tools and methods to observe and control the pan-European network

    TSO Topics 2014- 1 Demonstration of future smart HV substations

    TSO Topics 2014- 2: Novel cross border balancing market mechanisms and tools for ensuring system reliability

    • requires fundamental research for: Business model; CBA; Assessment of system reliability, Regulatory framework; stakeholders involvement

    • Requires moderate development for: software tools, Integration into the system

    T10- Advanced pan-European market tools for ancillary services and balancing, [..]

    • requires fundamental research for: Software tools; Integration in the system; Assessment of system reliability, Regulatory framework

    • Requries moderate development for: Business model; CBA; Stakeholders involvement;

    T9 - Innovative tools and approaches for pan-Eu ntwk reliability asses.

    • Requires fundamental research for : Integration into the system; Business model

    •Requries moderate development for: Software tools; CBA; Assessment of system reliability, Regulatory framework; stakeholders involvement

    T11 - Monitoring and Control LV network

  • TRANSMISSION / DISTRIBUTION INTERFACE

    GAP ANALYSIS : preliminary outcomes

    TD1 TD2 TD3 TD4 TD5

    Hardware -1 2 1 -1 -1

    Software tools 2 2 2 3 -1

    Integration into the system 2 3 2 3 3

    Business model -1 3 3 -1 -1

    Cost-benefit analysis -1 3 3 -1 3

    Regulation of grid services 2 3 3 3 3

    Stakeholders involvement 2 2 3 2 3

    System reliability 2 3 2 2 -1

    • Based on EEGI roadmap 2012 • Maturity levels assigned in cooperation with the members of ENTSO-E • RESULTS WILL BE VALIDATED DURING A WEBINARS

    PRIORITIES 2014

    PRIORITIES 2015

  • Link With EEGI implementation plan

    • Requires fundamental research for: Integration into the system; Business model; Cost-benefit analysis; Regulation of grid services

    • Requires moderate development for: Hardware, Software tools, Stakeholders

    involvement;

    TD2 - Integration of demand side management at DSO level into TSO operation.

    TSO/DSO Topics 2014 TSO/DSO Topics 2015

    • requires fundamental research for: Software tools; Integration into the system; Cost-benefit analysis; Regulation of grid services; Stakeholders involvement

    • Requires moderate development for:

    Assessment of system reliability,

    TD5 - Demonstration of Power Load Control Mechanisms at TSO and DSO levels

    • requires fundamental research for: Integration into the system; Cost-benefit analysis; Regulation of grid services; Stakeholders involvement;

    TD1 - Increased Observability of the Distribution Systems for Transmission Network Management

  • Validation with external stakeholders 24 March 2014 in Brussels (ENTSO-E)

    • Workshop with stakeholders about Gap analysis results and Identification of R&I priorities

    09 April 2014 in Madrid (IBERDROLA)

    • Interaction Workshop on Network Planning & Asset management (DSO) – Configuring the systems, transforming the networks

    27 May 2014 in Copenhagen (ENERGINET.DK)

    • Interaction Workshop with Nordic projects – In cooperation with ENERGINET.DK, SINTEF and Norwegian Smart Grid Centre

    10 June 2014 in Rome (GSE)

    • Interaction Workshop on Market design Issues (DSO) – Market Design for a future European energy system -

    19 June 2014, Rome (T&D EUROPE)

    • Workshop with manufacturers related to WP1 Mapping and Gap Analysis

  • EEGI Project Labelling Scheme

    15 300 projects ~

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    What are the criteria?

    16

    http://www.gridplus.eu/

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    Who has got a Label?

    17

    http://www.gridplus.eu/

  • Why should I apply?

    18

    Knowledge sharing

    Dissemination

    Collaboration

    Community

  • Online Application Form

    19

    www.gridplus.eu

  • Project results EEGI Roadmap objectives

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    R&I Roadmap Objectives

    Cluster NameFunctional

    ObjectiveFull names of Functional Objectives

    T1 Definition of scenarios for pan-European network expansion

    T2 Planning methodology for future pan-European transmission system

    T14 Towards increasing public acceptance of transmission infrastructure

    T3 Demonstration of power technology to increase network flexibility and operation means

    T4 Demonstration of novel network architectures

    T5 Interfaces for large-scale demonstration of renewable integration

    T6 Innovative tools and methods for pan-European network observability and controllability

    T7 Innovative tools and methods for coordinated operation with stability margin evaluation

    T8Improved training tools and methods to ensure better coordination at the regional and pan-

    European levels

    T9 Innovative tools and approaches for pan-European network reliability assessment

    T10Advanced pan-European market tools for ancillary services and balancing, including active demand

    management

    T11 Advanced tools for capacity allocation and congestion management

    T12Tools and market mechanisms for ensuring system adequacy and efficiency in electric systems

    integrating very large amounts of RES generation

    T15ObjectivesDeveloping approaches to determine and to maximize the lifetime of critical power

    components for existing and future networks

    T16Development and validation of tools which optimize asset lifetime at the system level, based on

    quantitative cost/benefit analysis

    T17 Demonstrations of potential at EU level for new approaches to asset management

    Grid architectureC1

    Power technologiesC2

    Network operationC3

    Market designsC4

    Asset managementC5

    Cluster NameFunctional

    ObjectiveFull names of Functional Objectives

    TD1Increased observability of the distribution system for transmission network management and

    control

    TD2 The integration of demand side management at DSO level into TSO operations

    TD3 Ancillary services provided through DSOs

    TD4 Improved defense and restoration plan

    TD5 Tools for scaling-up and replicating at EU level

    TDJoint TSO/DSO

    Activities

    Cluster NameFunctional

    ObjectiveFull names of Functional Objectives

    D1 Active demand for increased flexibility

    D2 Energy Efficiency from integration with Smart Homes

    D3 DSO integration of small DER

    D4 System integration of medium DER

    D5 Integration of storage in network management

    D6 Infrastructure to host EV/PHEV

    D7 Monitoring and control of MV network

    D8 Automation and control of MV network

    D9 Network management tools

    D10 Smart metering data processing

    D11 New planning approaches for distribution networks

    D12 Asset management

    C5 Market Design D13 Novel approaches for market design analysis

    C1Integration of smart

    customers

    C2

    C3

    C4

    Integration of DER and

    new users

    Network Operations

    Network Planning and

    asset management

    EEGI Key Performance Indicators

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    Two Categories

    • Implementation Effectiveness

    • Impact KPIs

    5,7% 11,8% 4,9% 10,6% 3,6%

    17,2% 7,0% 19,6%

    29,6%

    13,0% 11,2%

    1,8% 14,0% 0,7%

    0,3%

    75,4%67,3%

    74,8%59,4%

    87,0% 85,2%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    R&D Plan Cluster 1 Cluster 2 Cluster 3 Cluster 4 Cluster 5

    Progress of the ENTSO-E R&D Plan

    Not started yet

    Under proposal

    Ongoing

    Completed

    Budget

    Results

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    Implementation Effectiveness

    R&I Roadmap Objectives

    5,7% 11,8% 4,9% 10,6% 3,6%

    17,2% 7,0% 19,6%

    29,6%

    13,0% 11,2%

    1,8% 14,0% 0,7%

    0,3%

    75,4%67,3%

    74,8%59,4%

    87,0% 85,2%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    R&D Plan Cluster 1 Cluster 2 Cluster 3 Cluster 4 Cluster 5

    Progress of the ENTSO-E R&D Plan

    Not started yet

    Under proposal

    Ongoing

    Completed

    EXAMPLE FIGURES

    Current investment with respect to the allocated budget

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    Impact KPIs

  • Objective of Impact KPIs Expected benefits of R&I activities vs BaU approach

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    Expected benefits

    R&I

    BaU

  • Impact KPIs

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    Overarching KPIs

    “To allow European electricity networks continuously deliver effective

    flexible capacities to integrate actions of grid users at affordable costs”

    Overarching Goal:

    1. Increased network capacity at affordable cost

    2. Increased network flexibility at affordable cost

  • Impact KPIs

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    Specific KPIs

    1. Increased RES and DER hosting capacity

    2. Reduced energy curtailment of RES and DER

    3. Power quality and quality of supply

    4. Extended asset life time

    5. Increased flexibility from energy players

    6. Improved competitiveness of the electricity

    market

    7. Increased hosting capacity for electric vehicles

    (EVs) and other new loads

  • Impact KPIs

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    Scalability & Replicability

    KPIs covered by projects used to evaluate EEGI Programme and Cluster Level KPIs

    The definition of these are out of the scope of the GRID+ project

  • Results of R&I projects aggregated using Scalability and Replicability studies

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    Project KPIs

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    BAU

    BAUIR

    HC

    HCHCEHC

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    BAU

    BAUIR

    HC

    HCHCEHC

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    BAU

    BAUIR

    HC

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    BAU

    BAUIR

    HC

    HCHCEHC

    Project A

    EEGI Programme

    ‘Specific’ KPI

    %100&%

    BAU

    BAUIR

    HC

    HCHCEHC

    Scalability and

    replicability studies

    Evolution of technology

    Modularity

    Interface design

    Technological standardization

    Interoperability

    Plug & play characteristics

    Availability

    Regulatory conditions

  • EEGI Programme KPIs

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    • Evaluation

    • Scalability and Replicability

    • Validation of EEGI KPIs

    • Definition of EEGI KPIs – D3.4

  • Thank you