EU Commission Task Force for Smart Grids Expert Group 3:

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EU Commission Task Force for Smart Grids

Expert Group 3:


Roles and Responsibilities

of Actors involved in the Smart Grids Deployment



Samia

Benrachi
-
Maassam


Bouygues

Telecom ETSI TC M2M
deleguate

ETSI representative in EG3 Smart Grids

Support : Margot DOR ETSI




June 2010

Summary

EG3 Status


Introduction, scope of work



Roles

&
responsibilities



current

status



Interfaces & Interactions



Benefits
,
criteria

&
recommendation

for
funding

of Smart
Grids



Roles

&
responsabilities



recommendation

on scope,
policy

&
regulation

directions



Needs

for new
regulation

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ETSI Vision of Smart Grids




2

EG3 Introduction,
Tasks

& scope of
work

3


Scope of
work



Expected benefits from Smart Grids for their own organisation


Smart Grids features provided by their own organisation


Smart Grids features needed from other actors;


Defined decision criteria for the deployment of specific Smart Grids features;


Roles & responsibilities within their organisation relating to Smart Grids
deployment;


Anticipated (or already identified from current/previous Smart Grid
deployment) interfaces and interaction with other actors in the electric power
supply chain required for Smart Grids deployment



The key deliverables



Development of recommendations on the
roles and responsibilities
of
all
involved actors in the implementation of Smart Grids


Definition of
criteria and recommendations for the funding
of Smart Grids
deployment

4

Current State

Grid

Users
,
Customers

Generators
,
Suppliers
,
Retailers
,

Customers
/
Consumers
:
Industrial customer,
Transportation customer, Buildings, Home
customer




Energy

Market

Place

Power Exchange/ Balance
Responsible Party

Clearing & Settlement agent/
Trader/Supplier/Aggregator

Providers of Technologies,
Products

and Services

Electric Power Grid Equipment vendors,

Ancilliary Services providers

Metering Point Service Providers

Metering Point Service Operators

Information & Communication Technology (ICT) service providers

Grid

communications

network

providers


Home
Appliances

vendors

Building Automation / Energy Management providers

Electric Transportation / Vehicle Solutions providers





Network
Operators


Distribution System
Operator

(DSO), Transmission System
Operator

(TSO)

ETSI

Influencers


Grid User
Customer


Consumer


Regulator


Standard.
Bodies


EU and
national
authorities


Financial
Sector
undertakings


Grid

communication
can

be

ensured

by TSO, DSO or
ICTs

5

Interfaces

& Interactions 1/2


Electric
Supply

Chain:


Importance

of the interaction
between

TSO and DSO



DSO
interacting

more
frequently

than

today

with

TSOs
,
consumers

and
generator



Storage:


include

electrical

battery

connected

to the
grid


Interface
between

DSO and «

Storage
Owners

»



Interface & interaction relation to Smart
Metering

(
following

3rd
Electricity

Directive)



More flexible
products
:


higher flexibility and volatility in the electricity supply chain


Most of
roles

&
responsabilities

are
within

the DSO Domain

6


Recommendations
:


9
recommendations

has been
endorsed

by EG3



1 recommandation
added

by ETSI to
emphasize

the
role

of ICT and
Communication Networks…


«

Interfaces Recommendation #7
: EG3 recommends interfaces to be
specified between either of these entities and communication service
providers:TSO
, DSO,
Agregators
, Grid Users, BRP, Storage Owners.
Theses interfaces are typical user to network interfaces and specify the
agreed
service level agreements
which have a legal and technical part
(
QoS
, security level, privacy, etc.)”

Interfaces

& Interactions 2/2

7

Benefits, Criteria and Recommendation for Funding of Smart Grids
Deployment


Proposed process for elaboration of recommendations for funding





The EU Smart Grids has defined six priorities for the Smart Grids
deployment in the Strategic Deployment

EG1 has adopted the key elements of this definition, describing them as the “
high
-
level
Smart Grids services


A. Enabling the grid to
integrate users with new requirements


B.
Enhancing

efficiency in day
-
to
-
day grid operation


C
.
Ensuring

grid security, system control and quality of supply

D. Better
planning of future grid investment


E. Improving
market functioning and customer service


F. Enabling and encouraging stronger and more direct
involvement of consumers in their energy usage


6 Recommandations have been
endorsed

by EG3



8

Roles

&
responsabilities


recommendation

on scope,
policy

&
regulation

directions

Grid

Users
,
Customers

Generators

Suppliers

Retailers
,

Customers
/
Consumers

Industrial customer,
Transportation customer, Buildings, Home

customer




Energy

Market

Place

Power Exchange/ Balance
Responsible Party

Clearing & Settlement agent/
Trader/Supplier/Aggregator

Providers of Technologies,
Products

and Services

Electric

Power
Grid

Equipment
vendors
,

Ancilliary

Services
providers

Metering Point Service Providers

Metering Point Service Operators

Information & Communication Technology (ICT)
service

providers

Grid

communications

network

providers


Home
Appliances

vendors

Building

Automation /
Energy

Management
providers

Electric

Transportation /
Vehicle

Solutions
providers





Network

Grid

Operators


Distribution System
Operator

(DSO), Transmission System
Operator

(TSO)

Influencers


Grid User

Customer


Consumer &
Smart Meters


Regulators


Standard.
Bodies


EU and
national
Legislation
authorities

Financial
Sector
undertakings


Need

to
futher

define

roles

&
actors

in Providers of technologies,
Products

and Services

Providers of Technologies,
Products

and Services

No
clear

actors

defined

with

clear

scope,
however

nice

statements

have been made:

i.e

«

In addition, communication service providers will have to offer
service
s addressing
the electricity industry needs. Given the critical
role of the electricity supply, communication service provides must
ensure that their services deliver the required quality
,security, privacy

and reliability. This is specially requested under emergency conditions
that may arise.

Grid Services need to rely on maximum accessibility
and coverage”





Energy

Market

Place

Distributed Energy Resources

supplying customers that produce
some of their electricity as well

new load profiles / flexibility measures
should help retail suppliers to
optimize their procurement from the
energy market.


9


State of play of the EU Task force (expert Group) activities:
findings and roadmap
:

1.
There

is

a
need

for

standardization
,
harmonized

approach

to

all
issues

(
technical
,
privacy

/
data

protection
, organisational,
cross
-
issues

between

energy

and

ICT,
etc
);
very

important
:
INTEROPERABILITY


2.
There

is

no

need

for

new

Directives

or

Regulation but
instead

a
need

for

harmonized

and

effective

implementation

of

the

3rd
Package



3.
A
range

of

consumer

related

issues

need

to

be

addressed

accordingly
,
mainly

on
implementing

3rd
Package
,
including

appropriate

market

instruments

and
:
easier

switching

of

supplier

or

energy

form,
consumer

protection
,
standards
,
dealing

with

environmental
issues

and

putting

benefits

of

that

to

the

consumers
,
etc
; a
particularly

important

issue

is

a
principle

of

privacy

by

design
implemented

in
the

European
law

(e.g.
data

minimization

(
use

only

data

you

need

for

application
),
deadlines

for

storage

of

the

data
,
procedures

of

deleting

the

data
,
anonimization
)



4.
Strengten Support
for

RIGHT
and

SMART
investment

and

ensure

adquate

return



5.
Need
to

LEGALLY
enable

TSOs
and

DSOs
to

fulfill

their

duties

(also
mainly

implementing

3rd
package

and

sometimes

correcting

national
framework
)




Need

new
regulation
?


EU Commission Task Force for Smart Grids


ETSI
Vision of Smart grids




Samia

Benrachi
-
Maassam
:


Bouygues

Telecom ETSI TC M2M
deleguate
/ EG3 representative

Omar
Elloumi


Alcatel
-
Lucent TC M2M Vice chair/ EG1 ETSI representative




June 2010

Smart
grids

concept


m2m architecture

11

Service

Control

&

connectivity

Energy

IP network

Aggregation,

deaggregation



Cross

Plane
functions
:



E2E
QoS

& Security



Management

Functions



M2M

Architecture










Service Plane


Billing


e
-
Commerce


Data models


Subscription management and activation


Applications


Business processes

Connectivity plane function:


OAM
-
style functions (sanity checking of
sensors)


Traffic engineering, protection and restoration,
virtualzation
, routing


Access technologies

Energy control plane function:


Substation automation, condition
monitoring/diagnosis, supervision and
protection


Time synchronization


Metering





Energy Plane:


Sensors


Electric storage and interconnection


Transmission and Distribution Power Systems,
etc.

Involvement

level

of
actors

in Smart
Grids

12

Actors

Energy


Plane

Control

&

Connectivity


Plane

Service

Plane

Grid

operator
: DSO

Grid

operator
: TSO

Consumers
/
Suppliers
/
generators

Energy

MarketPlace

Actors

Grid

Communication/
Communication Network Provider

Service Providers

Increasing

level

of
Involvement