1 Conference on “Transmission, Distribution & Metering India (Enabling Smart Grid & Smart Metering) Session- 3 Advance Metering Infrastructure, Smart Metering.

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<ul><li><p>Conference on Transmission, Distribution &amp; Metering India (Enabling Smart Grid &amp; Smart Metering)</p><p> Session- 3</p><p>Advance Metering Infrastructure, Smart Metering in Transmission &amp; Distribution and Power Trading 10-11-November, 2010Organised by Council of Power Utilities (CPU) &amp; India Core Presentation from: P.J. PATEL, Chief Engineer, UGVCL, Gujarat</p></li><li><p>*Operational Area of UGVCL</p><p>Total Area in Sq. KM49,950District Covered6+3(Partly)Towns43Villages4,628Population (Census 2001)92,63,911ALDC1Circles4Divisions21RSO4Sub Divisions118+5 RECSub-Stations332Customer Care Centers23</p></li><li><p>OVERVIEW ( September-10 )</p></li><li><p>Key Distribution Parameter</p></li><li><p>Feeder losses (Figures in %)</p></li><li><p>Main focus of conferenceTransmission, Distribution &amp; MeteringTechnology upgradationRenewable Energy SourcesSmart MeteringAdvanced Metering InfrastructureDynamic Distribution NetworksGeneration PortfolioDemand Side ManagementEnergy EfficiencyDevelopments to improve Grid connectivityBusiness Opportunities</p></li><li><p>Smart Grid &amp; Smart MetersBasic requirementsGrid management (SCADA)Grid Energy Management (upto DT)HT Technical loss evaluationManagement of distribution networkAutomated metering infrastructure (AMI)Consumer Energy managementDemand side managementTransformer load managementConsumer ServicesSame system can be used for Water and Gas networks</p></li><li><p>Smart GridTraditional Power Grid need upgradetion to meet prompt consumer services, Increase of Power demand, Higher reliability and quality powerSmart Grid is a vision of a better electricity delivery inftrastructure.Requirements:Different sources of power generation connection to GridCentralised and Distributed generating stations connection to GridIntegrated Grid networkTo meet peak demandDistributed Energy Resource (DER) integration with the Grid It needs effective regulatory frameworks to deploy smart metering and smart grid programmes.Smart metering, AMI, automated distribution, grid security, interoperability etc</p></li><li><p>Energy MetersDifferent types of Energy meters available but not having common data communication media (i.e. common protocol)Use of DLMS / COSEM meters - Three phase are the requirement in RAPDRPDLMS: Device language message specificationStandard: IEC 62056 having Indian companion standardNew type of interfaceOBIS identifiers</p></li><li><p>Energy MetersAMR metersReduction of ExpensesIncrease of IncomeImprovement of Customer ServicesAMI Automatic Meter InfrastructureConsumer meters, intermediate communication meters, data concentrator, GPRS, server and its softwareMetering, Billing, remote meter connect/disconnect, Energy audit, report generation Smart MetersTwo way communication facility and programmable</p></li><li><p>MIOS Meter inter-operability solutionIEEMA Meter Division has promoted this Forum called MIOS Objective to provide possible way forward by the metering companies so that utilities can use common IT infrastructure to gather information from meters of all makes to ensure vendor independent integration of meter data for their business processes through interoperability.API Application Programme InterfaceAll meter manufacturers have to give API complying to specifications and they can continue their existing Protocols Meter Interoperability</p></li><li><p>Smart grids presents growth in economyReduction of ExpensesReduction of Energy LossesBetter load managementSmart appliancesControlling of supplyRemote monitoring of networkAHAM (Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers) have completed technical evaluation and assessment of communications standards for smart appliancesThe Dutch association of energy network operators (Netbeheer Nederland) has released privacy and security requirements for the countrys advanced metering infrastructure (AMI)Smart Grid</p></li><li><p>DLMS: Device language message specificationA Guideline paper issued by CPRI, Banglore for Data Exchange for Electricity Meter Reading, Tariff and Load Control: A companion specification.IDIS: Interoperable device interface specificationsDLC: Distribution Line Carrier communications protocol has been implemented as part of smart metering and smart grid solutions at a number of utilities including Energie AG in Austria, Arbon Energie in Switzerland and EnBW Ostwrttemberg Donau Ries AG (EnBW ODR) in Germany </p></li><li><p>UGVCL experience100% AMR used in HT consumers and introducing upto 50KW load LT Industrial consumers.Implemented e-Urja ERP solution upto sub-division levelIT implemented and capable to take benefit of Smart grid systemUndertaken one pilot project of AMI at our Kalol DivisionSoftware and equipments were provided by SPML, HydrabadConsumer meter not removed. Its accuracy compared with series interface meterLT side PLC communication usedHT side GPRS communication usedData concentrator fixed on DTServer at SPML centre being pilot projectFrom any offices you can see the online data and reportsIt helps a lot to improve the system in short duration without trial. </p></li><li><p>Conference on Transmission, Distribution &amp; Metering India (Enabling Smart Grid &amp; Smart Metering) On 10-11-November, 2010 at Silver Oak,India Habitat Center, New Delhi Session- 3 Advance Metering Infrastructure, Smart Metering in Transmission &amp; Distribution and Power TradingSmart Gird Metering- DLMS COSEM MetersPower Trading in India*</p></li></ul>

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