Ireland's Smart Grid, the roadmap to 2050, Mr. Joe Durkan, SEAI

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Ireland’s Smart Grid Roadmap

Joe Durkan


27
th

March 2012

Technology Roadmaps:


Smartgrid
, Wind and
eVehicles




The basic concept:


maximizing throughput of the electricity delivery system while
reducing the energy consumption


monitoring, analysis, control, communication

.


Smart Grids?

The Smart Grid

The Smart Grid

The Smart Grid

Roadmap Development

Roadmap


Steering Group





Industry consultation

Findings

Projected Final Energy Demand by Sector

Projected Electricity Generation Mix

Key Findings


By 2050, this scenario shows:


Increasing electrification of thermal loads in the residential,
services and transport sectors



Electrical final energy demand >48,000 GWh


88% renewable, 33,000 GWh on
-
shore wind



Decarbonisation of electricity in the Irish system


Reduction in energy imports in excess of 4.3 Mtoe


Monetary Savings
(offset imports)
:

$/Barrel Oil

$111

$179

$247

Savings (Billions)


2.35


3.79


5.23


Next Steps

Smart Grid Roadmap


next 10 years


Establish a test
-
bed facility, strengthening Ireland’s position as a leader in
smart grid technology research.



Develop and deploy training courses in smart grid systems and technologies.



Review of policies dealing with energy and CO
2

ratings of buildings to
encourage electrification.



Develop interoperability standards and secure communications and data
protocols



National rollout of smart meters with DSM and variable
ToU

tariffs.



Develop an overlay of secure, high speed communications onto the electricity
system.



Continue grid investment programmes, Grid
-
West, Grid 25.




Smart Grid Emphasis


Action Plan for Jobs 2012

The Green Economy:


Target FDI
opportunities in the green economy
including the manufacturing, assembly and testing
of products/solutions in renewable energy, smart
grids, water management and wastewater
treatment and electric vehicles.


Focus public investment in
research and
development

so as to build critical mass in a
number of areas of direct relevance to the Green
Economy, including marine renewable energy,
smart grids and smart cities.

Research Prioritisation


Smart
Grids / Smart Cities

Key Actions Required


Develop a range of innovation
test
-
bed

opportunities to deliver a single national test
platform brand for conversion of R&D outputs into
new products and services.


Engage in active industry
-
academic collaborations
in convergent technology arenas in order to
capitalise on significant public investments to date
and integrate the SME and MNC research base.


Build strategic
international alliances
to enhance
competitive positioning and to develop new market
niches focusing on key partnerships in Europe, US
and Asia.

Wind Roadmap


Matt Kennedy

Wind has [capacity] Value

Wind has [export] Value

eVehicle

Roadmap


Graham Brennan

0
500,000
1,000,000
1,500,000
2,000,000
2,500,000
3,000,000
3,500,000
2010
2020
2030
2040
2050
Total Passenger Car Stock

Year

EV Mean Deployment Scenario 2010
-
2050

H2 Fuel
Cells
PHEV
BEV
New ICE
Old ICE
-80%
-60%
-40%
-20%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
2010
2020
2030
2040
2050
% Change wrt 2011

Year

EV Mean Deployment Impacts 2010
-

2050

Car Stock
Growth
RES-T % RE in
Transport
CO2 Reduction
Fossil Fuel
Import
Reduction