China Smart Grid Market

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© 2010 Quanta Technology LLC

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November 2007

BGE

January 4, 2008

China’s Strong Smart Grid


An Area China Will Excel

Presented at

Harvard China Review Conference

April 17, 2010

ML Chan, PhD (mlchan@quanta
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technology.com)

Executive Advisor, Quanta Technology, LLC, USA (www.quanta
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technology.com)

Executive Director of Smart Grid, JUCCCE, China (www.juccce.com)

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Smart Grid is ….


Overlay of Information Technology Infrastructure on
Power Delivery Infrastructure to achieve:


System efficiency


Sustainability (green the grid)


Optimal utilization


Enhanced system reliability


Covers G, T, D and customer sectors


Not a set of shrink
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wrapped solutions; unique to each
utility


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Smart Grid Business Drivers:
New Business Environment

SG

RELIABILITY & QUALITY OF SUPPLY

Supply

Reliability

Power

Quality

Renewable

Resources

& EVs

Greenhouse

Gases

Demand

Response

Aging

Workforce

Aging

Infrastructure

Operational

Efficiency

Condition
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Based

Maintenance

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Drivers for China Smart Grid


Efficiency


Cost efficiency



Capacity credit (e.g., Peak demand management)


Operational efficiency (e.g., MDTs)


Energy efficiency


End
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users


System


Carbon footprint reduction


Integration of wind and solar PV farms from remote


System reliability & integrity


Asset condition monitoring

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China also desires to …


Bring renewable energy from wind and solar PV
farms out in the west (Xinjiang and Inner
Mongolia) to load centers; over 3000 km


Bring hydro energy far from the south to load
centers


Bring thermal energy from afar to load centers


Implement rural electrification; Net Zero Energy
Community is a good solution


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China Smart Grid enables …


The integration of renewable resources, though
utility scale


The efficient and reliable delivery of thermal,
nuclear and hydro energy


Reliable and robust service


The integration of customer loads


Distributed
Energy Resources (DER) and Dispatchable
DSM resources, though may take a long time
before customers become true participants of
the electricity market


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International Conference on UHV Transmission Technology 2009


Building Strong and Smart Grid



State Grid Corporation of China

May, 2009


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Strong Smart Grid Initiative


Phase I (2009
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2010)


Planning


Develop Smart Grid strategy and roadmap for
deployment


Develop interoperability standards and performance
requirements


Phase II (2011
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2015)


Deployment


Deploy transmission system Smart Grid applications


Deploy distribution system Smart Grid applications


Deploy AMI systems


Phase III (2016
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2020)


Upgrade & Enhancements


Upgrade and enhance installations

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Status of China Strong & Smart Grid


Smart Grid strongly guided by the SGCC;
planning, implementation, time schedule,
demonstration sites


Initial focus on transmission system and control
center systems


Will move down to distribution system and
perhaps down to customer side; unlikely to go to
Real
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time Pricing


Will be vertically controlled by SGCC, including
the vendor market

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Status of China Strong & Smart Grid (cont’d)


Strictly adhere to SGCC schedule


3 phases


4 demo sites


Beijing, Hangzhou, Xiamen
and Yin
chuan
(北京,杭州,厦门,银川)


10+ demo city sites for about 2,000,000 AMI
meters


Purchasing vendor companies (e.g., disconnect
switches, transformer monitoring systems)


Building a reliable and robust transmission
backbone infrastructure


UHV DC,
Sychrophasors, etc.

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Conclusions


Smart Grid enables the integration of supply
resources and demand side resources


Implementation schedule focuses on supply
resources and grid operations first, then
eventually demand
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side resources

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Thank you!

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