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Randy Huston Smart Gridcity Mop and Mnre Government of India 05162011
SmartGridCity™ Implementation Overview Ministry of Power andMinistry of New and Renewable Energy Government of India Randy Huston Director, IT Infrastructure and Smart Grid May 16, 2011 1
About Xcel Energy Northern States Power Northern States Power Company- Minnesota Company- Wisconsin Renewable Leader: • Largest Wind EnergyPublic Service Provider in US Company • 4th Largest Solar of Colorado Provider in US • On track for 30% of Energy from Renewables Southwestern Public Service 3.4 million electricity customers 1.9 million natural gas customers Traditionally regulated 2
Our Vision Be a responsible environmental leader, while always focusing on our core business — reliable and safe energy at a reasonable cost. Advanced Technology Energy Efficiency Business Innovation3
What is SmartGridCity? An exploration of smart grid tools in a real-world setting. Operational Efficiency Reliability Conservation Renewable Power4
Goals Create a demonstration site Build skills and experience Prove (or disprove) hypotheses Evaluate benefits Leverage talent5
SmartGridCity Scope New IT Infrastructure Communication Network Real-Time Grid Monitoring, Control Visualization & Reporting Smart Substation Smart Metering Smart Customer Solutions6
Status Field Infrastructure: Complete 4,721 transformers monitored 23,000 smart meters installed 4 substations automated 4 feeders automated IT Infrastructure & Systems: Complete All IT systems operational All security infrastructure installed and tested Data Center upgraded Wide Area Networks complete Virtual Power Plant operational (ready for devices) Evaluation Phase: Report Being Finalized7
Key Challenges Distribution ChallengesIT Challenges Distribution loss reductions Managing increasing Load balancing amounts of data Phase balancing Leveraging existing systems System efficiency opportunities Extracting additional value from data Distribution voltage optimization Changing communications Changing processes and budgets requirements IT / Business convergence Network security Evolving technology Customer-facing Challenges markets Smart meters HAN, in-home device Changing customer expectations providers New means of customer interaction Regulatory policy New Pricing & DSM strategies Security and privacy In-home energy management concerns devices Distributed Energy Resources including PV and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles8
What does all this mean? Data highways and data storage systems will have to be designed to handle much larger volumes Existing applications will have to be shielded from the higher data volumes or replaced. Complex Event Processing can help resolve this issue smoothing investment cycles. It is possible although presently very difficult to interface to multiple in-home vendors in a safe and consistent manner. Customer Relationship Management Systems must become part of the standard environment. Network strategy and standards are foundational to and Smart Grid deployment. There is no one way to create value or prepare for the future.9