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VPP and <strong>EDISON</strong> research at DTU<br />

Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

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<strong>The</strong> <strong>EDISON</strong> <strong>Project</strong> Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Electric vehicles in a Distributed and Integrated<br />

market using Sustainable energy and Open Networks<br />

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<strong>The</strong> <strong>EDISON</strong> <strong>Project</strong> Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

partners:<br />

Start: March 2009<br />

Duration: 3 years<br />

Total budget: $ 8,500,000<br />

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<strong>The</strong> <strong>EDISON</strong> <strong>Project</strong> Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Danish Vision - 50% of energy consumed should be produced by wind in<br />

2025.<br />

Increased share of intermittent RES, yields a increased need for system<br />

ancillary services (regulation).<br />

Electric Vehicles can help achieve this!<br />

<strong>The</strong> Edison project - An attempt to actively integrate large scale electric<br />

transportation into the power grid.<br />

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<strong>The</strong> <strong>EDISON</strong> <strong>Project</strong> Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Task of the <strong>EDISON</strong> project:<br />

• To develop standardized solutions which are applicable globally<br />

• To provide a technical platform for a demonstration of EVs and<br />

their interaction with the power system<br />

End Result: large-scale demonstration on the island of Bornholm<br />

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<strong>The</strong> <strong>EDISON</strong> <strong>Project</strong> Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Level 1<br />

Fundamentals<br />

Level 2 Analysis<br />

and design<br />

Level 3 Technology<br />

development<br />

Level 4 Pilots and<br />

recommendation<br />

Level 5<br />

Application<br />

WP3 Distributed technology<br />

integration<br />

development<br />

WP1 EV technology<br />

WP2 System architecture design for EV’s<br />

Demonstration 1<br />

Vehicles<br />

WP4 Central fast<br />

charging and battery<br />

swapping<br />

”Development of a technical system for<br />

intelligent system integration of distributed<br />

EVs connected in private homes, company<br />

parking lots, and WP6 at charging Platform for stations.”<br />

demonstration<br />

(From WP3 project description)<br />

WP5 Physical EV<br />

interface<br />

Demonstration 2<br />

Vehicles<br />

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<strong>The</strong> <strong>EDISON</strong> <strong>Project</strong> Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Step 1:Choice<br />

of GVPP<br />

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<strong>The</strong> <strong>EDISON</strong> <strong>Project</strong> Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Step 2: Manage<br />

Win-Win<br />

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<strong>The</strong> <strong>EDISON</strong> <strong>Project</strong> Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Step 3: Support<br />

Roaming<br />

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VPP Setup At CET Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Main goals for DTU VPP setup<br />

• Establish a Virtual Power Plant(VPP) that can communicate<br />

with, and coordinate an array of both physical and<br />

simulated Distributed Energy Resources(DER).<br />

• Use standard ICT to ensure interoperability and security<br />

• Test and support different VPP architectures and<br />

configurations.<br />

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VPP Setup At CET Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Components:<br />

IBM BladeCenter<br />

• A powerful platform for VPP-related projects<br />

• Suitable for scalability testing and demostrations<br />

• Supports internet cooperation between project partners<br />

SenerTec µCHP<br />

• 2 micro combined heat and power (µCHP) units running on<br />

Natural Gas and Diesel<br />

• Production of 17 kW total – 5,5 kW of electricity<br />

Siemens SIMATIC Microbox PC<br />

• Compact but powerful industrial embedded PC<br />

• Supports the IEC 61850 standard and facilitates the communication with<br />

the DACHS engines<br />

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VPP Setup At CET Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Communication:<br />

Between BladeCenter and Siemens Microbox<br />

• IEC 61850 – communication standard<br />

Between External client and server<br />

• REST Services – Service oriented web<br />

communication based on standard web protocols<br />

• SSH Tunneling – Secure communication channel over<br />

the internet.<br />

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VPP Setup At CET Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

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VPP Setup At CET Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

What kind of DERs?<br />

Business Logic?<br />

Centralized vs Decentralized?<br />

2009, You Shi, DTU<br />

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VPP Setup At CET Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

An external client accessing a DER through a web browser:<br />

<strong>The</strong> DERs of DTU easily can be accessed by a geographically<br />

distributed VPP through IEC 61850 and Webservices.<br />

Security is ensured through SSH tunneling.<br />

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VPP Setup At CET Visit by David Chassin, PNNL, October 9 2009<br />

Currently one DACHS is connected to the VPP setup -another<br />

will be attached shortly.<br />

Fucus will also be put on adding both physical and simulated<br />

electric vehicles as DERs in the VPP.<br />

Different VPP DER coordination strategies and powermarket<br />

interfaces will be tested.<br />

Thank You – End of Slides<br />

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