Solutions for the Crossroads - Schneider Electric

Solutions for the Crossroads - Schneider Electric

Solutions for the Crossroads - Schneider Electric


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<strong>Solutions</strong> <strong>for</strong> <strong>the</strong> <strong>Crossroads</strong>:“Energy Optimizationfrom Plant to Plug…”Aaron Davis, Chief Marketing OfficerPhilippe Delorme, EVP Strategy & Innovation

<strong>Solutions</strong> of <strong>the</strong> pastare simply not sufficient <strong>for</strong> <strong>the</strong> futureThe world’s energy system is at a crossroads. Current global trends inenergy supply and consumption are patently unsustainable –environmentally, socially, economically. But that can – and must – be altered;<strong>the</strong>re’s still time to change <strong>the</strong> road we’re on. It is not an exaggeration to claimthat <strong>the</strong> future of human prosperity depends on how successfullywe tackle <strong>the</strong> two central energy challenges facing us today: securing <strong>the</strong>supply of reliable and af<strong>for</strong>dable energy; and effecting a rapid trans<strong>for</strong>mation toa low –carbon, efficient and environmentally benign system of energy supply.What is needed is nothing short of an energy revolution.Source: World Energy Outlook2

Pervasive changesfrom population, standard of living, and technology● Humans created 161 Exabyte of data in 2006, approximately three milliontimes <strong>the</strong> in<strong>for</strong>mation in all <strong>the</strong> books ever written. Projected to be 988 in2010.● In 2005, <strong>the</strong> average IT network user consumed 3Mb bandwidth per month. In2008, this became 3Mb per day● Microsoft and Google announce new datacenter plans based on location ofcheapest electricity● $12 trillion will be spent <strong>for</strong> energy in <strong>the</strong> next 20 years, equaling <strong>the</strong> spendingof <strong>the</strong> past 100 years● Between 2002 & 2007 <strong>the</strong> cost of electricity was multiplied by 3● « Last year human beings produced more transistors than ricegrains…and at lower cost… » - IBM* source: IDC, EMC3

Physical sales ofvirtual goodstopped more than$300M in 200720 milligramsCO 2 persecondThe Internet willproduce 20% of<strong>the</strong> world’sGHG in 10years…4

Welcome to <strong>the</strong> “inelastic” Digital Worldcreating <strong>the</strong> requirement <strong>for</strong> an energy revolution…●Impacting <strong>the</strong> way we use all types of power●Impacting <strong>the</strong> way we design and interact with our buildings andhomes●Impacting <strong>the</strong> way we design and use our production andmanufacturing centers, which in turn drives massive demographicchanges●Impacting our datacenters and personal technology habitsand <strong>the</strong> Machine to Machine Internet has barely begun!Rates of change are exponential on <strong>the</strong> problem side… whilesolutions to date have been component and linear…5

The future demands new solutionsand <strong>the</strong> largest companies must leadIn<strong>for</strong>mationTechnologyTraditionalEnergy & Automation<strong>Solutions</strong> must take <strong>the</strong> best of both worlds….The “I” and <strong>the</strong> “E”6

And we must own this new market spacewhilst maintaining strength in traditional businessesIntelligentEnergyWinning companies will be focused on Intelligent Energy…7

Intelligent Energy:Enabling <strong>the</strong> architectural integrationof data, power, security, cooling andautomation in <strong>the</strong> Digital World8

Generation supply mattersbut demand behavior matters most, first!●Over 67% of CO 2 emissions reduction will come from power generationWorld energy-related CO 2emissionsSource: World Energy Outlook 2009, OECD / IEA9

Generation supply mattersbut demand behavior matters most, first!●Over 50% of CO 2 reduction will come from energy efficiencyWorld energy-related CO 2emissions abatementSource: World Energy Outlook 2009, OECD / IEA10

We have 10 years…to fix 4 critical problemsThe quickest wins: 50% of C0 2cutmust come from behaviourGeneration:> 10 years to fixTransmission:> 10 years to fixBuildings and Process:1- 5 years to fixPoint of Use:1-5 years to fixProblems:CO2 EmissionsTransmission EfficiencyCapacity ConstraintsStranded CapacityCapacity ConstraintsStranded CapacityService Entrance CapacityEfficiencyand IntegrationFocusing on point of use architecture provides fastest impact and freesupstream capacity through Power Plant to Plug OptimizationSource: Hot, Flat and Crowded: Tom Friedman11

Behaviour and good system architecture…can <strong>the</strong>y really make a difference?17,096 TWh*Total annual electric power use on earth41%approximately goes to industrial & commercialbuildings or about 6,960 TWh20%**estimation of <strong>the</strong> % of <strong>the</strong> 41% wasted due toinefficiency of <strong>the</strong> traditional building infrastructure,(compared to what is possible <strong>for</strong> <strong>the</strong> same cost.)1,392 TWhPotential savings now!France electricityconsumption(536 TWh)*CIA World Factbook 2008**ACEEE Study, 200512

Unintegrated Components13

Yes, a very big difference!26 TWh *The world’s current Photo Voltaic power generation capacitycontinuous equivalent outputEfficient building design are <strong>the</strong>re<strong>for</strong>e 53+ times greater(purely a behaviour and education issue)Efficient data center design, <strong>the</strong> savings available in are7 times greater… over 60x!*World PV Industry Report Summary March 16, 200914

The energy equation:a system under tension and conflictGreenProductiveSafeEfficientReliableEnvironmental impactPeople safetyAsset integrityEnergy availabilityEnergy qualityOffer qualityEnergy efficiencyReduced OpexReduced CapexDeployment speedAbility to integrateAbility to scaleCarbon freeEasy installationEasy connection15

From primordial ooze to <strong>the</strong> modern ageThe evolution of management systems <strong>for</strong> facilities1Emerging ability to answerbasic questions2Getting better – “separatebut equal”3Moving toward “solutionexcellence”“Facilitymanagement”quasi-systemIntegratedMANAGEMENTsystemThe five management“domains” take shapeThe reign of “domainexcellence”Domain excellence +collaboration evolvestowards “solutionexcellence”16

:<strong>the</strong> right ecosystem to support<strong>the</strong> convergence of 5 key domainsPowerManagementProcess& MachineManagementSecurityManagementWhite SpaceManagementBuildingManagementpromise :● Guaranteed compatibility / synergy /capability between <strong>the</strong> 5 domains ofexpertise● Energy monitoring everywhere, withup to 30% EE● Enabled by <strong>the</strong> right connectingtechnologies :● IP as a common highway● Web services as a common language(SOA architectures)Making energy Safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green17

A complete system approachDomainServicesProductsControlSupervisionEnterpriseCloudPOWERPower QualityEnergy savingsIPMCCLocal MV controlLocal LV controlRenewables energy conversionPower & Energy monitoringPower SCADAEnergy& CO2portalEEMPROCESS &MACHINESContinuous processDiscrete processGeneral machine controlPackagingMaterial HandlingHoistingPump & fan controlProcess Control SCADAMESWHITESPACEPDUs (rack, traditional)UPSCooling (in raw, perimeter)SurveillanceEnvironmental monitoringWhite space monitoringInventory mgt & workflowCapacity simulation & modellingBUILDINGCONTROLLightingHeatingVentilationAir conditioningZone controlLifts & escalatorsBuilding ControlSECURITYAccess controlVideo surveillanceEmergency lightingAlarmsVideo surveillanceAccess controlTHIRD PARTIES18

Solution offer overviewSupervisionEnergy data accessat low costEnterprise portalEnergyManagementServicesPOWERPROCESS& MACHINESWHITESPACESupervisionBUILDINGCONTROLSECURITYSupervision19

What we plan to bring to <strong>the</strong> marketGeneric BuildingsHospitalsData-centersSeamless inter-connection and integration of Power,Build Control, Security & White space mgt SystemsUniversal Energy monitoring ModuleOne <strong>Schneider</strong>-<strong>Electric</strong> Customer portalEasy integration of Security (access/video) inProcess managementSimple integration between Power & ProcessMMM WWW O&GEnhance Non-Permanent Monitoring & ControlCapabilities20

So let’s take a look…21

Water Treatment & Distribution22

Active energy management architectures…from Power Plant to PlugPossibleSavings<strong>Electric</strong>itySaved●Industry & Infrastructure 15% 678 TWh●Data Center & Network 30% 410 TWh●Building 20% 1,392 TWh●Residential 15% 552 TWh3,033 TWh annuallySource: US DOE-EIA (Energy Outlook 2007), Green Grid <strong>for</strong> Data Centers, CIA WorldbookIndustry Buildings are included in building and not in industry. SE estimations of possible savings based upon23best practice design and behaviour changes

Make <strong>the</strong> most ofyour energy<strong>Schneider</strong> <strong>Electric</strong> - Division - Name – Date24

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