Exelon smart grid demonstration project

Exelon Project Overview
EPRI Smart Grid Demonstration Project Overview
The Exelon project is a collaborative effort bringing together Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Smart Grid ComEd and Philadelphia Electric Company (PECO) Demonstration Host-Site projects are part of a five-year technologies and applications to further the industry in regards collaborative initiative with 19 utility members focused on to integration of Distributed Energy Resources (DER). The integrating DER like demand response, storage, distributed ComEd Customer Application Pilot (CAP) is a comprehensive generation, and distributed renewable generation to advance customer behavior study that will provide research to widespread, efficient, and cost-effective deployment of utility understand consumer responses to varying types of pricing and customer-side technologies in the distribution and to programs in various combinations with enabling technology enhance overal power system operations. Host-site projects and education in an opt-out format. The project will enhance apply EPRI’s IntelliGrid methodology to define requirements for the assessment of ComEd’s automated metering infrastructure technologies, communication, information, and control (AMI) options and support other utilities’ experienced-based infrastructures that support integration of DER. Operations data on engaging customers via technology, education, and experience, integration issues, and lessons learned will reveal time-based pricing. The PECO demonstration is a project with the full range of standards and interoperability requirements Drexel University that will develop and deploy an advanced needed to support the industry. Gaps revealed will identify distributed energy management system to demonstrate critical areas of future smart grid research. Public updates are economic and environmental value of integrating and optimizing DER through a “Smart Campus” micro-grid capable of aggregating dispatchable demand reduction resources to the regional grid. Project Criteria: 6 Critical Elements
Exelon’s Smart Grid Project aligns with the six critical elements
that EPRI has identified as key criteria to achieve the goals of
our five-year Smart Grid initiative.
Integration of multiple distributed resource types evaluate various technologies including smart meters, a web To further expose issues that need to be addressed and portal, basic and advanced IHDs and PCTs combined with various dynamic rates including increasing block rate (IBR), The PECO project combines and co-optimizes second critical peak price (CPP), peak time rebate (PTR), day-ahead generation demand response (DR), renewable generation real-time pricing (DA-RTP), and time-of-use (TOU) to test the resources, and energy storage. The project includes software optimum combination of rates and technology to understand for next day schedules for the distributed resources, and customer behavior and also customer acceptance to an opt-out enables the combined resources to participate in wholesale markets. The project will enable participation through virtual generation and dispatchable load reductions based upon Integration into system planning and operations dynamic forecasts of load, generation, and prices. The Demonstrate integration tools and techniques to achieve full technology will allow load curtailment to be viewed as integration into system operations and planning. predictable, reliable grid resources that regional transmission The analysis of the ComEd CAP project will be performed by operators (RTOs) can dispatch to maintain load/generation Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and will be used and balance, and compensate for the variability of renewable extrapolated to understand the customer behavior impacts of generation. The ComEd study will evaluate various wide-scale deployment of various combinations of rates and technologies and rates to understand optimum scenarios to technologies. The PECO project will identify next day achieve the most effective customer demand response. A optimization of DER, DER participation in wholesale markets unique aspect of this study is that it is in an opt-out format; as virtual generation, and dispatch load based on dynamic meaning customers will be placed on one of the dynamic forecasts of load, generation, and prices. The PECO project wil rates and must proactively decide if they do not want to be also specifically identify the day-ahead energy requirements on the program. This is different than most other programs into the RTO market as a virtual power plant and will be included in the operation studies for generation and transmission operations. Application of critical integration technologies and standards To identify gaps associated with standards, harden critical Compatibility with initiative goals and approach integration technologies and advance adoption. Enable high-penetration of DER and advance interoperability The PECO project will develop interfaces with Pennsylvania- and integration for the electric power industry. Jersey-Maryland (PJM) market and settlements interfaces via a The project complies with EPRI’s initiatives and goals through secure internet protocol (IP) connection, and building the sharing of information, use cases, and lessons learned. interfaces featuring ModBus and BACnet. The ComEd CAP The project is a collaborative effort and integrates activities project in-home technology will include ZigBee communications for that support advancement of DER integration for Exelon and “Basic” in-home displays (IHD), “Advanced” IHDs with more feedback channels via internet connection, and WiFi communications to programmable communicating thermostats (PCT). Leverage of additional funding sources Secure required participation, commitment, and funding for a Incorporation of Dynamic Rates or other approaches to line wholesale conditions to customers The customer behavior study is funded by the ComEd CAP To evaluate integration issues and incentives associated with project and the PECO project includes partners Drexel customer response and linking supply with demand. University and Veridity Energy as part of PECO’s Smart Grid The PECO project segment will demonstrate how an Investment Grant Project awarded by the U.S. Department of institutional level customer participates in the RTO level markets (PJM) for capacity and energy storage by predicting Technical Contacts
the availability of distributed resources such as photovoltaic PV, wind, and storage as well as demand response including building thermal storage. The ComEd CAP project will Jack Leonard at [email protected]. Electric Power Research Institute
3420 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, California 94304-1338 • PO Box 10412, Palo Alto, California 94303-0813 USA
800.313.3774 • 650.855.2121 • [email protected] • www.epri.com
2010 Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Inc. All rights reserved. Electric Power Research Institute and EPRI are registered service marks of the Electric Power Research Institute, Inc.

Source: http://www.smartgridinformation.info/pdf/4800_doc_1.pdf


Worksheet 1 MAS367 Sample Sizes, Allocation, Bias and Randomization 1. The Beck depression inventory score is often used as the outcome measure in trialsthat assess treatments for depression. It has standard deviation 8 (no units). Supposethat in a trial comparing two treatments there is interest in detecting a difference of 3.5between the mean Beck depression inventory scores in the two gro

Microsoft word - ihf-2009-08-10 politica de divulgação _espanhol_.doc

Anexo I al acta de la Reunión del Consejo de Administración de 10.8.2009 de Itaú Unibanco Holding S.A. ITAÚ UNIBANCO HOLDING S.A. (nueva denominación de ITAÚ UNIBANCO BANCO MÚLTIPLO S.A.) POLÍTICA DE DIVULGACIÓN DE ACTO O HECHO RELEVANTE 1. PRINCIPIOS GENERALES 1.1. Escopo 1.2. Comité de Divulgación y Negociación CONCEPTO DE ACTO O HECHO RELEVANTE 2.1. Act

Copyright © 2018 Medical Abstracts