Citywide Smart Grid Solutions in Lyon

Standardize and showcase a fully operational smart grid for widespread deployment of proven innovative solutions and provide the basis for:

• New business models for prosumer

• Investment strategies for the French power system to incorporate the latest technological innovations

• Transition scenarios to facilitate the evolution of the current network towards a smart grid system

• Implementation of findings from multidisciplinary research on optimal technological and economic choices

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  • VENDOR
  • CUSTOMER
  • City of Lyon and Grenoble, France The GreenLys smart-grid development project, comprising Lyon and Grenoble, serves as the experimental platform for innovative solutions, from energy generation to consumption

    > 1000 residential customers

    > 40 tertiary (C&I)

    > 12 partners

    > 2 utilities (ERDF, CEG)

    > 1 aggregator (GDF SUEZ)

  • SOLUTION
  • For home-owners 

    Wiser™ system monitors and controls all electrical equipment’s energy use, by zone or type (e.g. heating, hot water) > StruxureWare™ Demand-Side Operation platform enables participation in programs that offer financial rewards for optimizing energy consumption > The Wiser system connected to StruxureWare Demand-Side Operation platform enables participation in smart grid programs > Electric vehicles to represent a flexible source of stored energy that can be re-injected into the grid when needed

    For businesses 

    Cloud-based services and a smart gateway monitor and control building loads, onsite renewable energy production, energy storage system and HVAC systems

  • DATA COLLECTED
  • OPERATIONAL IMPACT
  • Impact #1
    16% Reduction in total heating (electricity) costs Thanks to shifting usage from peak to non-peak periods
  • QUANTITATIVE BENEFIT
  • Benefit #1

    Grid managers

    > New interruption and deferment

    > Grid measurement and observation solutions

    > Optimized integration of decentralized energy generation

    > Better investment management

    Benefit #2

    The community

    > Environmental benefits (reduced greenhouse emissions)

    > New job opportunities in the sector of smart grid solutions and services

    The consumer

    > More efficient consumption management for reducing bills and environmental footprint

    Benefit #3

    Electricity suppliers and producers

    > Better power generation base management

    > Improved energy quality

    > Enriched portfolio of new services and customized tariffs

  • INDUSTRIES
  • Energy
  • FUNCTIONS
  • Product Development
  • ENABLED CAPABILITIES
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