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  • [email protected]: an eco-system approach to Smart Consumption & Demand Side Flexibility

  • [email protected] Association

    2 www.energy-home.it

    Non-profit Association founded on July 12. Networking & pre-competitive tool

    Scope: smart home & demand side management, not limited to the italian market

    Goal: create a market for new Value Added Services based upon device-to-device communication and demand side management

    Approach: Open and International Standards, trials & regulations

    Liaisons with ZigBee Alliance, EEBus

  • [email protected] starting point

    A Smart Home able to communicate and provide value added services:

    > making users aware of their consumptions > driving users towards efficient behaviours

    > supporting users to exploit ToU Pricing > making demand side flexibility a service of the home

    Communication is the main enabler of these scenarios (Device2Device in the HAN, )

    Energy Box (CEMS)

    Storage

    Generation

    Loads

    Heating

    Smart Grid Connection Point

    Price signals

    Network

    Signals

    Weather forecast

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    Eco-system:

    A single service provisioning

    architecture

    Interoperable devices

    Standards (protocols + data models

    + use cases)

    The future is in integration!

    Single Box

    A unified homogenous user experience

    In the longer term a cross-services

    partnership-oriented horizontal solution

    will win versus vertical independent silos

    solutions

    [email protected] vision: Smart Home Eco-system

    www.energy-home.it

  • Interoperablity is one of main requirement for the [email protected] eco-system implementation

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    Interoperability is the ability that systems have to exchange informations and use them in order to perform required functions

    Semantic IOP level (ontologies, data model)

    Syntactic IOP level (messages obtained by applying rules)

    Interoperability is required both at semantic and syntactic level

  • [email protected] could be one of the [email protected]

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    Energy

    Amusement

    Comfort

    Security

    integrated in a world-wide standard

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    [email protected] approach: Open and International Standard

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    On Jul. 2011, [email protected] and ZigBee Alliance signed a collaboration agreement that brought to the ZigBee Home Automation 1.2 standard

    Market leader with most deployed low power wireless mesh standard

    EEBUS

    On Dec. 2012, [email protected] and EEBus E.V. Initative signed a collaboration agreement with the goal of converging on a common (and standard) Data Model EEBus sets the focus on open and inter-operable standards with the goal of permitting energy suppliers and households to exchange apps and services to improve comfort and efficiency

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    Organization of the activities

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    Federico Caleno, ENEL D. honorary chairman

    General Assembly (all Member Companies)

    Board of Directors

    - Fabio Bellifemine, Telecom Italia, Director

    - Sergio Brambilla, Enel D, Secretariat & Treuserer

    - Stefano Frattesi, Indesit Company

    - Nicolas David, Electrolux

    - Lorenzo Montelatici, Edison

    - Antonino Cucuccio, ST Microlectronics

    - Davide Cabri, Whirlpool

    Standard & Data model A. Ranalli, E. Arione

    Working Groups

    Use Cases S. Di Carlo

    Policies & Regulations

    V. Alagna

    Reference Implemen

    tation R. Tomasi

  • ZigBee Home Automation 1.2

    [email protected] is an acknowledged main contributor

    Integrates [email protected] use cases and technical specifications

    Energy is just 1 of the services of the Smart Home

    Prototype system

    Integrates 11 different devices and systems from [email protected] partners/off-the shelf products

    Presented at EU Utility Week, M2MForum, Designing with Freescale

    Permanent demo at ISMB and Telecom Italia premises

    Main achievements so far

    Trials

    5 trials in Europe, one is in Italy

    Open Source

    ZigBee Gateway

    Sw of the client side

    Java for OSGi

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    Regulations

    acknowledged contributor to CERRE report on Smart Metering (Centre on Regulation in Europe)

    acknowledged in DCO 232 of Italian Authority on user awareness

    Contributor to Confindustria cost-benefit analysis

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  • Main achievements: trial

    What: time-of-use tariffs and green energy

    Size: 300 Indesit Smart Aqualtis

    When: August 2012 -> December 2015

    Enexis in Netherland

    Size: 50 private dwellings in Italy (20 prosumers) What: Indesit Smart Aqualtis, Smart Info, Smart Gateway, 5 Smart Plugs When: October 2012 December 2013 Functions: energy awareness, scheduling, overload warning, remote access

    British Gas in UK

    What: time of use tariffs to reduce CO2 emissions

    Size: 150 Indesit Smart Aqualtis

    When: March 2013 -> December 2014

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  • Main achievements: trial

    What: Customer energy awareness and

    flexibility

    Size: 25 Indesit Smart Aqualtis

    When: May 2013 -> December 2014

    E.On in UK

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    What: Grid imbalance reduction

    Size: 25 Indesit Smart Aqualtis

    When: May 2014-> December 2015

    Power Matcher City in Netherland

    imbalance reduction

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  • Energy awareness (kWh, )

    Total House, per-device

    Scheduling (PV + time of use pricing)

    PV Production: forecast + comparison

    with actual

    Real-time visualization of buy/sell/self

    energy

    Overload warning

    Weekly summary per-device usage

    reports (includes also stand-by report)

    Consumers Behaviour Social

    comparison

    Main achievements: Italian trial

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  • Can be deployed globally

    Plenty of products choice

    Product competition Quality

    Product Feature Innovation

    Price Competition

    No vendor lock-in to specific

    chip manufacturer

    More than 400 companies

    More than 800 certified products

    Why ZigBee

  • [email protected] power profile

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    Power Profile Sequence of electrical loads activation / deactivation (Power phases); basic uninterruptable elements:

    Expected duration Peak Power consumption Maximum activation delay Expected Energy consumption

    Sequence of Power phases -> Power Profile

    Before scheduling

    After scheduling

  • [email protected] Use Cases 3.0

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    - Submitted to WG21 of IEC-TC57 through the Italian CEI

    - Included in the technical report IEC 62746-2 TR Systems interface between customer energy management system and the power management system Part 2: Use cases and requirements

    - Each use case is described in terms of Narrative Description, Actors, Sequence diagram, Exchanged Data & Messages

    Monitoring 1. VISUALIZATION OF CURRENT ENERGY AND POWER DATA 2. VISUALIZATION OF CURRENT HOME ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF SMART APPLIANCES 3. VISUALIZATION OF CURRENT HOME ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF SMART APPLIANCES

    WITH ENERGY COST INFORMATION 4. VISUALIZATION OF ESTIMATED ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF SMART APPLIANCES AND

    ITS COST BEFORE STARTING TO RUN 5. VISUALIZATION OF HISTORICAL DATA FOR THE SINGLE CUSTOMER 6. ENERGY PRODUCTION (CURRENT AND FORECAST) AND STORAGE INFORMATION

    EXCHANGE 7. DEVICE REMOTE MONITORING 8. TARIFF-CONSUMPTION INFORMATION EXCHANGE Control 1. MULTI-TARIFF ENERGY USE OPTIMIZATION IN CASE OF SMART AND NON-SMART

    APPLIANCES 2. OVERLOAD MANAGEMENT EX-ANTE 3. POWER LOSS NOTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS 4. ACTIVE DEMAND AND LOAD SHIFTING TO REDUCE CONSUMPTION AT PEAK TIME 5. APPLIANCES TIMING OPTIMIZATION USING INFORMATION ABOUT CURRENT AND

    FORECASTED ENERGY PRODUCTION 6. DEVICE REMOTE CONTROL 7. ELECTRIC VEHICLE SMART CHARGING

  • [email protected] demonstrator

    Integrates devices and sub-systems from 11 different vendors Gateway, smart meter,

    inverter, whitegood, thermostat, lights, smart plugs, temperature sensor

    Cloud platform, gateway sw environment, PV forecast system

    Permanent demo at Telecom Italia and at ISMB premises

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    Technology Independent DataModel

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    Goal

    Define a model for resources and devices in [email protected] system that is abstract

    and independent from a specific communication technology

    Approach

    not reinventing the wheel

    extended the SEP 2.0 Data Model

    open and international standard

    in collaboration with EEBus to define a

    common DataModel for the home system

    our extensions have been submitted to

    ZigBee Alliance