Smart Metering for Energy Efficiency

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Smart Metering for Energy Efficiency

Keystone for Smart Grids


Vienna, June 22 2011


Mauro Battocchi


Vice President, International Institutional Affairs

Enel

2

Presence in:

40 countries

Installed capacity
:

96.500 MW

Annual output
:

290 TWh


EBITDA
:

17,5 bln



Customers:

61 million

Employees
:

78,300


CAPEX 2011
-
2015:


31 billion

Stock exchanges:

Enel is listed on the Milan stock exchange (1,5 mln shareholders). 13 companies of
the Group are listed on Madrid and New York stock exchanges and in other Latin
American countries.


Enel: an international energy operator

Core business: power and gas

Installed capacity, production, employees and clients reported preliminarily as of 31.12.2010. Installed capacity net of the
MW
intended for sale in Bulgaria.

No.1 electricity company in
Italy. Second largest utility in
Europe by installed capacity


Present throughout the
entire electricity and natural
gas value chain

from 0 a 500 MW

500 to1.000

1.000 to 2.000

2.000 to 10.000

More than 10.000

Representative offices, financial holdings, operative branches, commercial companies

3

Enel: a world dimension

Focus on major areas of presence

COLUMBIA


First operator in
generation (20%)


Second operator in
distribution (24%)


2,5 mln clients

ARGENTINA


First operator in
generation (14%)


Second operator in
distribution (16%)


2,4 mln clients

CHILE


First operator in
generation (49%)
(1)


First operator in
distribution (32%)
(1)


1,6 mln clients

PERU


First operator in
generation (31%)


Second operator in
distribution (23%)


1,1 mln clients

NORTH AMERICA


Diversified presence in
the main renewable
technologies (hydro,
geothermal, wind)

SPAIN


Second operator in generation (21%)
(2)


First operator in distribution (35%)

(2)


13 mln clients (electricity and gas)


ITALY


First operator in
generation (25%)


First operator in
distribution (80%)


32,3 mln clients
(electricity and gas)

SLOVAKIA


First operator in
generation (78%)

ROMANIA


Second operator in
distribution (30%)


2,6 mln clients


RUSSIA


First vertically integrated
foreign operator
(upstream gas,
generation, supply)


BRAZIL


5,7 mln clients

CENTRAL AMERICA


Hydro and wind power
plants in Costa Rica,
Panama, El Salvador
and Guatemala

A
fully

integrated

global
energy

player
with

a
leading

position in
strategic

markets

FRANCE


12,5% in Flamanville, EPR
technology (1,600 MW)


Notable presence in wind
generation

Market
shares

in generation
calculated

on the
basis

of

energy

demand

data.

Market
shares

in
distribution

calculated

as

ratio

of

energy

distributed

including

network
losses

vs.
electricity

demand
.

(1)
Market share
calculated

based

on the SIC data (Sistema
Interconectado

Central
),
corresponding

to

the 70%
of

the
Chilean

market

(2)
Market
Iberia

including

SEIE (
Regimen

Ordinario +
Regimen

Especial
)

4

Enel’s Automatic Meter Management:

“Telegestore”

32 million customers

in Italy


Telegestore is fully
operational on
32,5 Mln

Customers




Leading Technology



Excellence in
operation


Smart Infrastructure


Meters installed at customer's
premises provide
real
-
time
access to the supply data



Meters transmit
data regarding
consumptions
, receive
updates
of the contractual parameters
and remotely manage the supply
connectivity.



No interventions on
-
site are
needed
.



Tailored Tariffs

Involving customers by enabling participation
while guarantying high quality of service


Enabling a new
hourly
-
based tariff system
,
flexible and adaptable to
the various needs



Customers free to
select
supply contract
tailored on their needs
and consenting a cost
saving.

5


INVOICES ON REAL
CONSUMPTION


REMOTE CONTRACT
MANAGEMENT


TAILORED TARIFFS


SAVINGS IN BILLING


PRE PAYMENT


EASIER FREE MARKET
DEVELOPMENT AND
MANAGEMENT

FOR CUSTOMERS and
other electrical system
operators

FOR ENEL

FOR THE ELECTRIC
POWER SYSTEM


PEAK SHAVING


ENERGY EFFICIENCY
AND CO2 REDUCTION


REDUCTION OF
COMMERCIAL AND
TECHNICAL LOSSES


CUSTOMER
SATISFACTION


EXCELLENCE IN
COMMERCIAL AND
TECHNICAL QUALITY


OPERATING COST
SAVINGS


LEADERSHIP IN
INNOVATION


Benefits

A win
-
win technology

6

6

Results achieved

Enel Operational Excellence

Opex

(

/customer)

2001
(128 min ;
80

/Customer
)

80

60

30

2010
(45 min ;
49

/Customer
)


40

80

130

40
60
80
2002

2004

2003

2005

2006


2007


Quality of service

(minutes interruption/year)

European Benchmark


2008


2009


7

Belgorod



Russia

Enel 32 Mln


Other 4 Mln


Italy

Endesa 13 Mln

EON 0.8 Mln

EDP


Iberia

Enel

Romania

Malta

Enemalta 0,25 Mln



International development

Expansion worldwide


With
50 Mln meters Enel is contributing with the 25%
to the overall European target

Shangai


Honk Kong


China

LATAM

Endesa



Deployment completed/on going

Pilot on going

Potential

Oxxio 0,2 Mln

Netherlands

Hidrocantabrico

8

Pilot Projects in Brazil

Enel
“model” digital meters in the area of Fortaleza

Enel,

with

Endesa,

is

developing

a

pilot

remote

management

project

in

Brazil
,

using

the

same

metering

technology

that

Endesa

is

installing

in

Spain
.

The

pilot

project

will

be

implemented

through

Coelce,

Endesa's

electricity

distribution

subsidiary

operating

in

the

State

of

Cearà,

Brazil
.

The

pilot

project

was

launched

in

Fortaleza

through

the

installation

of

meters

of

the

model

developed

by

Enel

Distribuzione
.

The

project

also

envisages

the

installation

of

concentrators

for

the

data

collected

by

meters

in

transformer

stations

and

training

days

for

the

technicians

of

local

Enel

Group

distribution

companies
.

Brazil

is

the

first

country

in

Latin

America

to

begin

developing

a

regulatory

framework

for

remote

management
.


9


Smart Grids: vision and benefits

Central and distributed

resources integration



Smart equipments and
power electronics

Central and distributed

Intelligence


Electric Vehicle

End user real time

information and
participation

Multi
-
directional ‘flows’
management


Storage and
Plug & Play

technologies


LED Public Lighting

10

Smart Grids


Roadmap Enel

20
-
20
-
20

2010

2020

Level of
implementation

Smart Grids

ENEL DEPLOYMENT



Telegestore



Automazione rete



Work
Force

Mngm



Asset Management

EUROPEAN ELECTRICITY

GRID INITIATIVE

2000

EU Frame Program7



ADDRESS



Grid4Vehicles

ENEL PROJECTS



Smart Info, Domanda attiva,



Banda larga , E
-

Mobility

SMART GRIDS

FULL ROLL
-
OUT

Renewable energy, DG, electric vehicles, electricity storage and aggregation

Management of end
-
use energy efficiency, aggregation, retail

Customers become aware and participate actively

Customers

Distribution

Network

Level 2: Smart Distribution network and processes

Level 3: Smart Integration

Level 4: Smart Energy Management

SMART GRIDS

Functional levels

Level 1: Smart Pan
-
European Transmission network

Transmission

Network

Level 0: New generation technologies

Electricity

generation

Level 5: Smart Customers

More automated medium voltage distribution networks with self healing capabilities. Monitored and controlled low voltage netw
ork
s.
IT supported monitoring process

Frame
-
Program

7:
Pilots



Reti attive



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