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  1. 1. Energy demand responses: Novel service models based on building energy data Rolf Bastiaanssen Bax & Company Barcelona, SPAIN
  2. 2. Energy wants to be free “Information wants to be free”, said internet-pioneer Stewart Brand in the 1960s. “But information also wants to be expensive...That tension will not go away”. It is quite likely that energy will obtain freedom from laws and government-granted monopolies within a decade. It will require a well-managed transition away from the current massive investments and vested interests in generation and distribution, taking perhaps two or three decades. But while energy will have a price in the foreseeable future, it will not be expensive. Energy flexibility service providers will balance the market powers.
  3. 3. About Bax & Company Bax & Company is a specialised consultancy advising on technology development (R&D) and innovative business models, with over 25 years experience in developing and executing collaborative projects. We operate on the nexus of technology, business and policy/regulation. For our clients we developed R&D and market entry strategies, develop invaluable networks, and seek external funding for R&D&I. Over 35 consultants based in Barcelona (Spain), Rotterdam (the Netherlands), and Cambridge (UK) support clients in the fields of clean tech, energy, automotive, materials, and infrastructure.
  4. 4. Towards a local, flexible and sustainable energy market The EU has formally adopted a policy vision favouring Local Energy Communities. Individual countries move ahead on deregulation, in particular the UK, Belgium, France and Switzerland. Urgent grid issues in Belgium have turned it into a testing ground for EFS to system operators, and P2P/LECs Country-specific exemptions allow pure P2P and LEC-type projects. Country Progress towards liberalization Experimentation UK Ofgem’s regulatory sandbox Switzerland Markets free for experimentation Netherlands Exemption Dutch electricity law Belgium From 2019: Exemption Belgian electricity law Sweden Sandboxes in specific locations (e.g. university campuses) France Exemptions available upon negotiation Germany Exemptions available upon negotiation Estonia Experimentation in an open ICT- infrastructure Spain Exemptions available upon negotiation Italy Exemptions available upon negotiation “We are actively working to enable the market for storage in the office environment” Nick Haaker, Advisor, Brugel / Brussels Energy Regulator “Local Energy Communities are the next standard” Luc Picard, BusDev Manager Energy, ABB
  5. 5. Towards a local, flexible and sustainable energy market Sources: www.usef.energy/app/uploads/2016/12/USEF_PositionPaper_FlexValueChain-vs1.pdf There are two main types of energy flexibility service providers: Market places balance energy between prosumers, either virtually through Peer-to-Peer trading or in physical Local Energy Communities. Aggregators provide flexibility from decentralised assets to system operators such as DSOs, TSOs and Balancing Responsible Parties. This includes Virtual Power Plants and Demand Response models. 1MW of tradable capacity (1000 households or 100 SMEs) could generate£50.000-100.000/a in DR/VPP, and/or£40.000/a in P2P value
  6. 6. Towards a local, flexible and sustainable energy market Virtual Power Plant Local Energy CommunityPeer-to-Peer TradingDemand Response Going beyond P2P a LEC also manages the grid, thus combining the roles of a DSO, supplier or aggregator at local level. Aggregation of demand side loads for the purpose of Load shifting and Load shedding to the TSO, DSO and balancing markets Aggregation of decentralised energy resources (DER) such as PVs and storages for providing flexibility services to the DSO, TSO and balancing markets. Trading between prosumers and consumers, enabling to cut off the traditional energy supplier and enabling a new energy market model. PV integration Energy Storage EV charging TSO Cloud based aggregation platform DSO Balancing markets P2P trading platform Single physical connection DSO
  7. 7. Example of a residential P2P/LEC • LECs are R&D stage, mostly subsidized • P2P in (commercial) innovation phase, but mostly strategic industrial partnerships and one-off pilots • Platform providers set up local partnerships with asset owners and community organisers for onboarding • Experimentation of models; • Per node monthly fixed fee , with trading benefits for asset owners, or benefit- sharing models • Energy pricing could be fixed or dynamic • CAPEX by asset owners or EFS provided • Engagement strategy; opt-our for new developments, opt-in for existing communities
  8. 8. Main strategies for industrial entrants 1 Tailored Network services for DSOs • Commercial. At substation level in high-growth areas, to address capacity issues, with storage in the 50-500kW range. • Once operational, I+C P2P could be added to the service portfolio 2 VPP/DR, storage services to I+C • Commercial + R&D. Whilst considering pre-financing of storage in the 20-50kW range. • Once operational, I+C P2P could be added to the service portfolio 3 Explore Local Energy Communities models • Including distribution-as a service as innovation projects, in the UK, and Belgium or the Netherlands Downscaling existing product/service models from high-voltage to low and mid-voltage solutions covering storage and associated components Competitive advantage lies in ability to finance 1 2 3
  9. 9. Upcoming experiments and pilots R&D site & partnership VUB Brussels (BE) Green Energy Campus Aim Long-term specialist R&D&I collaboration Approach On-site R&D, collaborating & competing with specialist hardware / software developers. Future-ready due to multi-vector scope Preparation 6-9 months Run-time 3+ years, from 2020 Multi-country piloting programmes AC/DC and Smart-Ex partnerships Aim Short term pilots / demonstrators in selected EU countries Approach Access to established demo sites via network of business clusters Supported by European Commission Preparation 6-9 months Run-time 3-4 years, from 2019 Multi-year early stage commercial P2P / LEC pilots Aim Testing in an operational environment Approach Individual agreements with municipality or housing provider Preparatio n 6-9 months Run-time 3-4 years, from 2019 Contacts • Belgium: through VUB and Flux50 • Netherlands; Rotterdam, Amersfoort Funding 250-node experiment costs: €250-500k. Business case covers up to 50-75%, EFS + hardware provider 0-25%, Local facilitator 0-25%. External funding available in EU (10-50%) https://flux50.com/media/1754/Thierry%20Coosemans%20-%20Green%20Energy%20Park%20Zellik.pdf
  10. 10. https://timepac2019.blogspot.com If you would like to have more information about this presentation, please contact Bax & Company

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