Smart Grid in CFE

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SmartGridin CFE
Definitionsand Deployment
Contents
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Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE)
•Single operator of electricity service in Mexico.
•Created and owned by the Mexican government

Verticallyintegrated

Vertically

integrated
•35.3 million customers
•97.6% coverage (100+ million people)
•209 generating plants
•52,515 MW of installed capacity
•22.67% of installed capacity from Independent Power Producers
•756,000 km of transmissionand distributionlinesnation-wide

Substation
tranformation
capacity
of156400MVA

Substation
tranformation
capacity
of

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MVA
•46,000 MVA capacityondistributionsubstations
•88,000 active personnel
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Smart Grid Background
Tok
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o Electric
EPCOR
Exelon/PECO
CFE and SENER performed a preliminary diagnose using Software
Engineering Institute’s Smart Grid Maturity Model.
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Shanghai 
Municipal Electric 
Power Co.
Alliander
EDF (UK)
EPCOR
Hydro Ottawa
Exelon/ComEd
VELCO
Allegheny Power
Exelon/PECO
Manitoba Hydro
BC Hydro
Bonneville Pwr.
Portland Gen.
DONG Energy
ERDF (France)
Union Fenosa
NDPL (India)
ZhjiE
Dominion Power
First Energy
AEP
PHI
Exelon
Salt River Proj.
Sempra
Austin Energy
CoServ
Ctit
Zh
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ji
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E
nergy
CLP (Honk Kong)
Energy Australia
Country Energy
CPFL 
(
Brazil
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Exelon
Duke Energy
SCANA Corp.
East Miss EPA
Ameren Illinois
C
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Entergy
Glendale W & P
Detroit Edison
Burbank Water & 
()
EDP (Brazil)
AusNet
CELPE (Brazil)
Enexis
(Netherlands)
Ameren Missouri
NB Power
PGN Carolina
PGN Florida
CFE
Power
Integrys
PG&E
Toronto Hydro
Tucson Electric 
(Netherlands)
Integral Energy
CFE
Power
Xcel Energy
Users of Smart Grid Maturity Model
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CFE Mexico SGMM
Strategy,
Management
Or
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Grid
Work & Asset
Technology
Customer
Value Chain
Societal &
Evaluationof existingscenarioand aspiration.
Management
& Regulatory
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& Structure
Operations
Management
Technology
Customer
Integration
Environmental
CFE Mexico–3year aspirations
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DefiningStrategy
Desired
Goals
VisionVision
Pli
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Key Drivers +
CriticalIssues
P
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P
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Identified
challenges
Actions
+
RoadmapRoadmap
Findings+
Benchmark
Actions
+
PilotProjects
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AllignmenttoCFE’s5 StrategicPillars
SmartGridvision,policiesandstrategywithinCFEmustalignto
strategiclinesofaction.
New Infrastructure
New Infrastructure
Transparency&
Accountability
Transparency&
Accountability
CleanEnergy
CleanEnergy
Central Zone
Modernization
Central Zone
Modernization
CustomerService
CustomerService
Accountability
Accountability
Modernization
Modernization
•SmartGridvisionmustbeCustomerCentric.
•EffortstoincludeCleanEnergywillbealignedandincreased.
•Majorinvestmentisbeingperformedonautomationandmodernizing
infrastructure
in
the
Central
Zone
(
Mexico
City
and
surrounding
area
)
infrastructure
in
the
Central
Zone
(
Mexico
City
and
surrounding
area
)
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CFE’sHollisticApproachtoSG
Organization
Smart
Grid
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ExcecutiveBoard
Integration
Optimization
Grid
M
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Finance
Enablin
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Integration
Planning
Technology
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Operation
HumanCapital
Value
Chain
GenerationTransmissionDistribution+Commercial
Control
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HowtoIntegrateSG Projects?
1.-Identifyoptionsfortechnologies,solutions,
structuresandsystemsforshort,mediumand
long
term
projects
long
term
projects
2.-Performcost-benefitanalysisforselected
alternatives
alternatives
.
3.-Verifyscalability,interoperability,adaptation,
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Integrate
all
projects
into
a
single
integrated
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Integrate
all
projects
into
a
single
,
integrated
globaltimelineforSmartGriddeploymentwithin
CFE.
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HowtoAllignand ManageProjects?
In ordertosuccessfullyintegrate, deployand manageSmartGridProjectsthatare
includedin thePortfolio, CFE willdeployanEnterprise Project Management Office.
Responsable
EPMO
Coordinador
Portafolio
Gestor de
Conocimiento
Portfolio
Coordinator
EPMO
REsponsible
Knowledge
Manager
Oficina de Proyecto
EPMO
Project
Gestor de
Recursos
Gestorde
Resource
Manager
Process
EPMO
Pro
j
ect
Manager
Gestor de
Presupuesto
Gestor

de

Procesos
Process
Manager
Budget
Manager
j
Manager
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HowtoDeploySG Projects?
Projects
Whattodo?
Howtodo it?
EPMO
Portfolio
EPMO
Academy
Industry
PilotProjects
Evaluation
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Planning
Priorization
Budget
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Non
Exhaustive
Examples
of
Smart
Grid
Projects
Non
-
Exhaustive
Examples
of

Smart
Grid
Projects
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AdvancedMonitoringof Generation
InformationIntegration
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AMI Project in Polanco
EA_MS
MMS
SICOSS
OrderSystem
SICOM
Commercial
System
ESMS
EnergyMeter 
System
CFE Network
WEB
System
Division
Zone
NUBO MDM
MainDB
WEB
System
WEB
 
Browser
WAN
RadiosFreewave
Access to
Intranet.
WEB
 
Browser
CabinetMeters
ElsterMeters
Network
REX2 and A3 Al
p
ha
Collector
ENERI
Collector‐A3 Alpha
p
ENERI
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Enterprise GIS
ExcecutiveBI
Administración
Pl
Modernización (GTI)
Tactic
DPIF

Proyectos
Finanzas•Presupuestos
•Inversiones
•Gastos

P
ersona
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•Adquisiciones
•Activos
Distribución

Redeléctrica
CENAC
E
•Control
•Energía

Proyectos
Construcción•Líneas
•Subestaciones
•Centrales
GEIC
OperationalFunctions
OperationalFunctions
Infraestructure, Planning, Operation
and CustomerServiceSystems
Infraestructure, Planning, Operation
and CustomerServiceSystems
Generación
•Energía
•Geotermia

Red
 
eléctrica
•Clientes
GEIC
•Proyectos
SIG ‐CFE
SIG ‐CFE
Programación
ProcessLayers
Transmisión•Red eléctrica
•ComunicacionesCOFO
Energéticos
Base Cartography
Comercial
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PMU Integration
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Thank
you
Thank
you
FranciscoAcosta
Francisco

Acosta

ChiefModernizationOfficer
franciscoacosta@cfe.gob.mx
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