CES Product innovation & Potential synergies

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CES


Product innovation &
Potential synergies

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1

CES Computerized Electricity Systems

CES offers a comprehensive approach to


Real Time Electricity
Management


directly addressing your needs


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2

The C
ES Approach for m
anag
ing electricity
d
emand

for multiple applications


Plug
-
and
-
Play Smart Electricity Panel enabling Energy Consumers control
along with attractive electricity management features managed from your
web browser


CSDP


Advanced Monitoring & Control Software enabling Energy Suppliers to
improve power quality, rate structure and customer service
-

CMCS


Intellectual property (6 issued and 1 pending patent)





2

Bringing the Intelligence to the Energy Consumer
Premises

is the Key to Scalability and Quality

of Power Supply


Comprehensive Solution
Aligning

the Needs of Energy
Consumers and Energy Provide
rs


Residential
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EV Charging
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Spec for
CES EVCS (US) v5
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Commercial
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CESNA1101_2010_Co
mmercial.pdf

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3

C.E.S. Smart Distribution Panel


Residential, Commercial and EV Charging Applications


Supports NIST Smart Grid Interoperability standards


Enables and Encourages Consumer Planning and Savings


Core Technology
-

Unique, Innovative and Patented
“Smart Switch”


Hybrid Mechanical/Solid
-
State Design


Smooth and Seamless Load Balancing & Switching


Manual and Remote Operation




3

Residential


This panel is unlike any other
technology available to home
owners



EV Charging Station

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4

CES Smart Distribution Panel Key Capabilities


Web enabled


Real time visibility and Actionable Intelligence / alerts:


Every circuit is monitored and measured


Reporting
at the Circuit, Panel and Facility Level


Real time alerts
on exceptional consumption and faults


History
stored on built in flash (12 months) and Central DB


Smart Management Feature:


Guaranteed Peak Shedding.
Utility /Service Provider sets the total load
reduction for each Panel; Customer decides which specific circuits will be
turned
-
off.


Remote meter reading
. Class 1 Meter supporting up to 8 tariffs


Automatic control of specific Circuits/Appliances according to

o
Time of Use

o
Price threshold ($)

o
Monthly consumption threshold (kWh)

o
Instantaneous demand threshold (kW)


Phase balancing:
distributing electricity loads evenly across different phases
(critical for EV Charging). Scalable up to 24 units on one LAN



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5

CES Smart Distribution Panel Key Capabilities



Renewable Source Integration:


Tie
-
to
-
Grid
or

Use
-
on
-
site


Optimized

Utilization

by switching loads to alternative source based on price
and availability


Net Metering Supported


Smart Operation features:


Timers
for each circuit up to three


Grouping
of circuits


Backup
-
Generator integration
-

no need for special devices


Remote setup and Maintenance
capabilities


External sensors and camera integration


Built in Safety:


Real time alerts and protection
for over load, short circuit, arc / sparks flash
and voltage surge / lightening protection

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CES


Aligning consumers with
service providers

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7

Value Proposition For…


Power Utilities & Energy Providers


Residential Customers


Commercial Customers




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8





Demand

Response

AMI

Meters

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Smart Grid Pyramid


Today

Growth Opportunity

Participants

Estimated Industry

Size Today

Applications

Infrastructure

$
200
-

$
300
million

$
200
-

$
300
million

$
10
-

$
15
billion

High

Utilize

Create

and

Collect

Moderate

Metering
System are the
foundation of
Smart Grid
Infrastructure
and Gateway to
the End User

Manage

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Flexible &
Verifiable





Demand

Response

AMI

Meters

Enhancement

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C.E.S. Positioning within the Smart Grid Pyramid

Participants

Applications

Infrastructure

C.E.S. Smart
Distribution
Panel is the only
fully scalable
and Integrated
Site Energy
Management
System

Site Energy

Management

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Example IEC DR Experiment:
28
customers



DSM Period

(
57
% Reduction)

30
Dec
2010

1
st

Stage:
2.35
kW

3.62
kW

3.15
kW

Average
Consumption

2
nd

Stage:
1.52
kW

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11

IEC DSM Pilot Example Summary


28
DSM participants


DSM Profile: Reduce
10
% from present consumption , minimum
16
A per apartment


Average reduction in power consumption:
2.1
kW per customer


Appliances that were turned off during demand shedding pilot:


11

Water
-
heaters



5

Air
-
conditioners


2

Washing
-
machines


2

dryers,


2

refrigerators,


1

dishwasher


17

other




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12

Key Conclusions


DR Capability


The CES flexible and verifiable DR method aligns between the
IEC and the consumers needs:


Guarantees demand shedding for IEC


Getting at least
100
% of
what was curtailed


Allow selective curtailment to insure only impacting consumers
are participating in DR


Enable flexible shedding curtailment (% of current consumption,
% of total capacity, Kw reduction)


Consumer friendly:


Allow real time notification (email, txt message, buzzer)


Allowing for flexible priority setting


Option for real time opt out from DR event


Less intrusive to the consumers (turn off less impactful appliances
based on consumer priority setting)





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13

Value Proposition


Utilities & Energy Providers


Substantial Capital Savings:


Selective deployment of CES Smart Panels can substantially delay
investment in power plants:


IEC pilot demonstrated guaranteed demand shedding


Average shedding was ~
2.0
Kw


Assuming shedding can reach at least ~
4.0
Kw from high
-
end
consumers


Installing CES Smart Panel in ~
250
,
000
high end consumers will save
approximately
1
,
000
MW power station


Investing approximately $
500
million (panel & installation) can
substantially delay building a new power plant
-

$
2
-
$
3
billion (coal
plant)


CES Smart Panel can save the Smart Meter and the Demand Response
accessories


Estimated savings of $
600
-

$
700
per unit


Increase transformer efficiency by
20
-
40
% through Phase balancing

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Value Proposition


High
-
end Residential


Saving Capital
:


No need for lightening/surge protectors
-

$
100
-
$
500


No need for AFI breakers
-

$
300
-

$
600


No need for timers (assuming
3
timers)
-

$
100
-

$
200


Low integration cost for renewable energy systems


$
200
-
$
400
(if
applicable)


Saving on operational & monthly energy bill
:


Optimal consumption & prevention of energy waste


Granular information & consumption alerts


~
10
%
-

20
%


Time of use, Real Time Pricing


~
10
%
-

20
%


Remote Control & Timers


2
-
5
%


Alternative energy usage on site
-

~
50
%


Lower appliance repair costs (early warning)

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Value Proposition


SMB’s


Saving Capital
:


No need for expensive EMS system
-

$
5
,
000
-

$
20
,
000


No need for lightening/surge protectors
-

$
200
-
$
500


No need for AFI breakers
-

$
400
-

$
800


No need for timers (assuming
6
timers)
-

$
200
-

$
400


Low integration cost for renewable energy systems


$
300
-
$
500
(if applicable)


Saving on operational & monthly energy bill
:


Optimal consumption & prevention of energy waste


Granular information & consumption alerts


~
10
%
-

25
%


Time of use, Real Time Pricing, Monthly Quota


~
10
%
-

25
%


Remote Control & Timers


5
-
10
%


Alternative energy usage on site
-

~
20
-
50
%


Lower appliance repair costs (early warning)


Reduced Maintenance cost


Single point of supervision & control (reduced manpower, improved
visibility)

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16

Consumer Experience

(partial results
-

100
participants survey)

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Consumer Experience

(partial results
-

100
participants survey)

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18

Consumer Experience


Key Conclusions
(partial results
-

100
participants survey)


Significant number of customers would like to get product
training


Despite lack of training:


Consumers are engage with the system


Consumers are utilizing system key features


Customer are generally satisfy from the Smart Panel:


Recognize the value added of the product


See the product as a mean to achieve savings in electricity


See the product as contributing for green energy


Most customers recommended the product to several others


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19

CES Current Market Traction


Launch the product in the US for the commercial and
residential market in Q
22009


Independent endorsement by EPRI in Q
32009


Hundreds of installations around the world mostly at:


Commercial (Hilton, Unilever…)


Residential


Pilots with leading utilities (IEC, Southern companies, Duke)


Primary Channels:


Major utilities (North America, Israel)


Agreements with ESCO Technologies and GE


Major distributors in South Africa and Russia


Green Builders & Solar Integrators


Exclusive agreement for EV Solar Charging Stations for GM


This panel is unlike any other
technology available for real time
energy management...”

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Areas of potential synergies


Pecan Project:


Providing full HEMS


Optimal integration with alternative energy
source:


Tie to grid


Tie to battery


Expand Sony value proposition to its
utility customers


CES

GIVING YOU

THE POWER

www.c
-
e
-
systems.com

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C.E.S. Smart Distribution Panel

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23

CES Smart Charging Panel is the Core of

the Solution

Computerized Electricity Systems (C.E.S.)

Smart Distribution Panel

Cellular Modem

Internet Modem

N (Return) BUS
Bar

Circuit Breakers

(
1
-
24
)

N (Return) Main
Lug

Extra Phase (Solar)
Main Lug

L
2

L
1

Main Phases Lugs

Main Ground Lug

Ground BUS Bar

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24

Product Certification

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C.E.S. Residential Application

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CES Centralized EV Charging Architecture

Cost Reduction Solution

Multiple Simple Stations:


Sensors in each


Minimal interface


Central Control Box:


Phase balancing


Load Management


Metering


Control switches


Communications


Safety protections


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C.E.S. User Interface Examples (residential)