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Smart Grids in Ireland : Cooperation opportunities fo r Germany and Ireland. Roadmap Smart Grids. Jan Zacharias German Association of Energy and Water Industries Dublin, 6 May 2014. Agenda. German Association of Energy and Water Industries. Roadmap Smart Grids. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • AgendaGerman Association of Energy and Water IndustriesRoadmap Smart GridsCooperation opportunities for Germany and Ireland

  • Leading Association of the energy and water industries* Data for 2012; ** Turnover from electricity and drinking water sales to end consumers as well as from end consumers wastewater disposal90%90%65%80%30%95 % 95 % 1,908 member companies representingof electricity salesof natural gas salesof local and district heat supplyof drinking water abstractionof wastewater disposalof the persons employed in the energy and water industriesof the investments of the energy and water industriesThe total sector stands for a turnover of 130 billion Euros.**

  • What does the BDEW offer?Committee workTopical NewslettersEvents, seminars Position statementsStudies/expert opinionsStatistics/data, analysesDialogue with politicsPress and public relationsApplication and implementation guidesModel contracts, sector guidelines and recommended actionPlatform/NetworkAdvice, supportRepresentation of interests to politics, business and public

    Pooling of interests Exchange of views/ informationSpeaking in one voice

  • National and international cooperations (examples)Federal authoritiesBNetzA (Federal Network Agency)BAfA (Federal Office of Economics and Exports Control)

  • AgendaGerman Association of Energy and Water IndustriesRoadmap Smart GridsCooperation opportunities for Germany and Ireland

  • What is a smart grid?A smart grid is an energy network that integrates consumption and feed-in behavior of all market participants connected to it.

    It ensures an economically efficient, sustainable power system with low losses and high availability.

    Figure 1: Components of smart grids (BDEW)

  • 3 phases with 10 steps to a smart grid in GermanyFigure 2: 10 Steps towards smart grids in Germany (BDEW, Eurelectric basis)

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  • Step 1: Separation and interaction of market and networkWho?All market participants (systematic approach)

    What?Rulings and division of work / definition of interfaces between regulated & competitive players

    When?Start 2013Figure 3: Traffic light concept (BDEW)

  • Step 2: Legal and regulatory frameworkWho?Federal GovernmentBundestagFederal Network Agency

    What?Consistent EnWG/EEGConfiguration throughout ordinancesTaking account of EU legislation and telecommunication regulation

    When?ImmediatelyFigure 4: Legal and regulatory framework (BDEW)

  • Step 3: Research and development, pilot projectsWho?Energy suppliersICT developers / manufacturersResearch institutions

    What?R&DPilot and demonstration projects (publicly & privately funded)Evaluation & Communication

    When?Up until 2018Figure 5: Distribution network today/tomorrow (BDEW)

  • Steps 4 to 6: Standards, measurement & automationWho?Standardisation institutionsDSO and meter operatorsManufacturers, associations

    What?Definition of rules and regulationMarket communicationInstallation of smart metering and control systemsAutomation of networks

    When?Continuously until 2020Figure 6: Sensor technology in the network (BDEW)

  • Step 7: Local & global optimisation of the energy systemWho?DSO, TSOSuppliers, aggregatorsStorage operators, consumers

    What?Coordination of technical optimisation (local, global)Coordination of economic optimisation between market participants

    Wann?From 2014Figure 7: Interactions between local and central market participants (BDEW)

  • Step 8: Storage and electromobilityWho?GeneratorsDSO, TSOEnergy service providers, suppliers

    What?Time-related balance between energy supply and demand. Stabilisation of energy supply by provision of services in the energy network.

    When?First steps from 2018Figure 8: Power to gas principle (BDEW)

  • Steps 9 and 10: Supply and Demand Side ManagementWho?GeneratorsDSO, TSOSuppliers, aggregators, storage facility operators

    What?Temporal balance between generation and consumption Development of commercial demand-response programmes

    When?From 2014Figure 9: Potential and market proximity in the smart grid (BDEW)

  • AgendaGerman Association of Energy and Water IndustriesRoadmap Smart GridsCooperation opportunities for Germany and Ireland

  • Different, but nevertheless closebeer & Oktoberfestautobahn without speed limitEnergiewende the German wayGuinnessmore sheep than inhabitantsweakening tiger economyMme Merkelrainy weather at any time of the year

  • Pillars for cooperationDevelopment and pioneer phaseEuropean standardsResearch & development

    Establishment and configuration phaseBusiness contactsExchange of experience

    Realisation and marketing phaseInformation and communication technologyCross-border markets for flexibility

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    Jan ZachariasGerman Association of Energy and Water IndustriesReinhardstrae 3210117 BerlinPhone: +49 30 300 199 1113Mail: jan.zacharias@bdew.dewww.bdew.de