O slideshow foi denunciado.
Utilizamos seu perfil e dados de atividades no LinkedIn para personalizar e exibir anúncios mais relevantes. Altere suas preferências de anúncios quando desejar.
The Future Power System
Challenges and Opportunities
ieadsm, Workshop
Trondheim, Radisson Blue Royal Garden Hotel, 18 Apri...
Visions Of The Future
 The key issue in solving our environmental
problems is to change our energy sources
 Fortunately,...
The role of the TSO (transmission system operator)
 "Secure supply at any time to everybody"
 Tools:
1. Operational tool...
Our common challenge: Less CO2, more electricity
 More renewables
 Stronger grid
CO2-emission/cap
The Future Energy System
- From central production to a energy source mix
May 4, 2012 5
North of Norway – Helgeland coast
- Potential for many small micro hydro generators
May 4, 2012 6
The investment hurdle
0
1 000
2 000
3 000
4 000
5 000
6 000
7 000
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020
Mill N...
2011 2030
 Important regional reinforcements
 A 420 kV main grid
 Strong presence in North of Norway
 Tight cooperatio...
In addition Smart Grid Operation
Ensure a safe and efficient operation
 Background
 We have experienced some years with ...
Well Functioning Market
Load or
Consumption
Centers in highly
populated areas
Urban Areas
Renewable
Energy
Resources
mainl...
Page 11side 11
It is about exploiting the renewable resources….
- How to transfer the power
Smart Grid is not enough – Need Smart Operation
 Centralized power generation
 One-directional power flow
 Operation ba...
Flexibility is crucial …
- To have access to flexibility is a need in the future power system
• Design and long term
plann...
Balancing the Power System
The solutions tomorrow are created NOW
4. mai 2012 16
R&D projects
today
Long Term
needs
Solutions in
2025 (2030)
What R&D...
17
Wide Area Monitoring Systems
Smart Operation
- Step 1
 A: Power system monitoring
 Use PMU devices, Smart Meters
 B: Software Platform
 Determine d...
4. mai 2012 19
 Many of the challenges
can also be solved locally
by grid users
 In order to find the most
cost-effectiv...
Thank You for Your Attention !
www.statnett.no
Próximos SlideShares
Carregando em…5
×

The Future Power System Challenges and Opportunities

504 visualizações

Publicada em

Presented by Jan Ove Gjerde, SVP, R&D, Statnett, Norway at the IEA DSM workshop in Trondheim, Norway on 18 April 2012.

  • Login to see the comments

  • Seja a primeira pessoa a gostar disto

The Future Power System Challenges and Opportunities

  1. 1. The Future Power System Challenges and Opportunities ieadsm, Workshop Trondheim, Radisson Blue Royal Garden Hotel, 18 April 2012 Jan Ove Gjerde, SVP, R&D, Statnett
  2. 2. Visions Of The Future  The key issue in solving our environmental problems is to change our energy sources  Fortunately, an array of alternative energy technologies are coming on-line that will make possible abundant, cheap, and clean energy.  The future energy will be based on electricity
  3. 3. The role of the TSO (transmission system operator)  "Secure supply at any time to everybody"  Tools: 1. Operational tools – SCADA/EMS 2. Using and developing the energy markets 3. Building overhead lines
  4. 4. Our common challenge: Less CO2, more electricity  More renewables  Stronger grid CO2-emission/cap
  5. 5. The Future Energy System - From central production to a energy source mix May 4, 2012 5
  6. 6. North of Norway – Helgeland coast - Potential for many small micro hydro generators May 4, 2012 6
  7. 7. The investment hurdle 0 1 000 2 000 3 000 4 000 5 000 6 000 7 000 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 Mill NOK (real) Investments in The Norwegian Main Grid
  8. 8. 2011 2030  Important regional reinforcements  A 420 kV main grid  Strong presence in North of Norway  Tight cooperation among Nordic TSO’s  More cross border connections At least 50 billion NOK to be invested within 2030 Towards 2030 Build a robust and environmental friendly Main Grid
  9. 9. In addition Smart Grid Operation Ensure a safe and efficient operation  Background  We have experienced some years with strained energy situations, more N-0 operation, reduced frequency quality and voltage regulation problems  But less faults for end customers Hours with N-0 in 2010 Energy situation in Norway winter 2010/2011 Number of incidents pr month
  10. 10. Well Functioning Market Load or Consumption Centers in highly populated areas Urban Areas Renewable Energy Resources mainly in Rural Areas Balancing via European Electricity Market and Transmission Grid Balancing between distribution areas is needed Different grid requirements in load and renewable generation areas
  11. 11. Page 11side 11 It is about exploiting the renewable resources…. - How to transfer the power
  12. 12. Smart Grid is not enough – Need Smart Operation  Centralized power generation  One-directional power flow  Operation based on historical experience  Centralized and distributed power generation (renewable)  Multi-directional power flow  Operation based on real time data Traditional grid & Operation Smart Grid & Operation
  13. 13. Flexibility is crucial … - To have access to flexibility is a need in the future power system • Design and long term planning • Operational Planning • On-line operation WAMS, WACS, WAPS are enabling systems for Smart grid and key building block are PMUs, FDR and RTU
  14. 14. Balancing the Power System
  15. 15. The solutions tomorrow are created NOW 4. mai 2012 16 R&D projects today Long Term needs Solutions in 2025 (2030) What R&D projects has to be started now? Out of the BOX-inside Out New Solutions, Methodology, Competence Short term needs
  16. 16. 17 Wide Area Monitoring Systems
  17. 17. Smart Operation - Step 1  A: Power system monitoring  Use PMU devices, Smart Meters  B: Software Platform  Determine distance to Voltage Collapse  Transient stability margins  Thermal conditions  Security margin  C: Decisions  Manual, decision support, Close Loop  C: Control actions  Use of available loads - Pilot  Verify electrical loads dynamic characteristics – Pilot  Prognosis - Pilot C A D B
  18. 18. 4. mai 2012 19  Many of the challenges can also be solved locally by grid users  In order to find the most cost-effective solutions, a wide cooperation between TSOs, DSOs, regulators and grid users is needed Smart SuperGrids do not help if we have StupidProduction and StupidDemand! TSO cooperation is not enough
  19. 19. Thank You for Your Attention ! www.statnett.no

×