Data to help Manage the Grid

Chairperson: 

Senior Manager
EnBW
Session Location / Room: 
Hub Theatre E
This Session is part of the following track: 
Wed 16 Nov 09:00 to 09:10

Session Introduction - Data to Manage the Grid

The primary enabler to a modern, data-driven utility is the adoption of smart grid technologies. This backbone of the utility industry will generate an overwhelming amount of data. Projects on predictive maintenance, IoT and peak shaving among other things.

Wed 16 Nov 09:10 to 09:30
Speakers: 

Erik Landeck

Vice-Chair of the DSO Committee
Eurelectric

Data Management - Smart Meter, Smart Grid, Smart Market

  • Advances in technologies, telecommunications and data analytics - digitalisation - are transforming the energy architecture 
  • profoundly impacting business strategies as well as relations between consumers and utilities
  • Starting with a mapping of data in the energy sector, this report proposes a series of key regulatory principles for data access and data exchange
Wed 16 Nov 09:30 to 09:50
Speakers: 

Franz Fischer

Manager of the workgroup "Utility Data Exchange"
Österreichs Energie

Michael Merz

IT Infrastructure Advisor
Österreichs Energie

Data Hub in Austria

  • Decentral data storage of customer data based on a standardised, flexible data exchange infrastructure
  • If standardization of market data exchange is driven to the maximum, the need for a central messaging and data hub is made obsolete
  • Re-use of the EDA infrastructure for a series of processes such as meter data exchange, e-invoicing, nomination, and smart grid related data exchange
Wed 16 Nov 09:50 to 10:10
Speakers: 

Katharina Volk

Project Coordinator Project grid-control
Netze BW GmbH

Project Grid-control – Future Grid-management of A DSO 2.0

  • A technical-economical system approach to add more flexibility to the energy system
  • High Power System Security by means of Wide Area Power Plant
  • Affordability of electricity on account of the German Grid-Traffic-Light-Concept
Wed 16 Nov 10:10 to 10:30
Speakers: 

Chief Solution Expert
SAP SE

Big Data Analytics for Improved Maintenance and Better Customer Insights

  • The Smart Grid requires new solutions to analyse more and different types of data
  • Predictive Maintenance improves asset management strategies and asset availability
  • Energy Analysis provides better customer insights
Wed 16 Nov 10:30 to 10:50
Speakers: 

Jorge Gonzalez

Head of Solutions
Atos Worldgrid

Glen Lancastle

CIO and COO
Madrileña Red de Gas

Revenue Protection from Data Analytics in Energy Distribution

  • Non-technical Losses: the challenge
  • The implementation of a revenue protection service
  • An approach to revenue protection from data analytics and big data
Wed 16 Nov 10:50 to 11:00

Morning Coffee Break

Wed 16 Nov 11:00 to 11:20
Speakers: 

Jean-Charles Monnet

Manager of “the digital factory”
ENEDIS

Leveraging The Potential of New Data Services

  • As grids become smarter thanks to smart meters and IoT, the amount of data which needs to be collected and treated is skyrocketing
  • Utilities like ERDF must develop Big Data infrastructures and capabilities in order to leverage the potential of new data services addressing external and internal needs
  • Examples : Predictive Maintenance ; grid management ; grid supervision.
Wed 16 Nov 11:20 to 11:40
Speakers: 

Andreas Flamm

Member Board of Directors
SEDC

Smart Market – Data Needed by Market Actors

  • Access to energy and pricing data empowers consumers to be active and engaged market participants
  • Consumers should own their data and decide which market players are allowed to access them
  • Consumption data helps identify flexibility potential that can be offered to the market and to system operators
Wed 16 Nov 11:40 to 12:30
Speakers: 

Andreas Flamm

Member Board of Directors
SEDC

Michael Merz

IT Infrastructure Advisor
Österreichs Energie

Erik Landeck

Vice-Chair of the DSO Committee
Eurelectric

Katharina Volk

Project Coordinator Project grid-control
Netze BW GmbH

Panel: What are The Needs of Market Actors & The Required Political Framework?

  • Digitalisation is progressively changing the consumer environment
  • Discussing data management requires a proper understanding of the different kinds of data that exist and how they are covered by regulation.
  • How can we move forward with data to help manage the grid?
Moderator: 

Senior Manager
EnBW
 
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