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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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  • SUPPLIER
  • Schneider Electric
    Schneider Electric is a leading global manufacturer of equipment for electrical power distribution and for industrial control and automation. The company helps power generators distribute electricity; designs automation systems for the automobile and water treatment industries; builds electric networks and utility management systems for energy, water treatment, oil and gas, and marine applications; and manages electric power in residential, industrial, and commercial buildings.Year founded: 1836Revenue: $26.0 billion (2014)EPA: SUFeatured Subsidiaries/ Business Units:- Avantis- Wonderware
  • INDUSTRIES
  • Energy
  • FUNCTIONS
  • Product Development
  • 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)

  • CONNECTIVITY PROTOCOLS
  • 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
  • Energy Consumption Rate, Energy Production
  • SOLUTION TYPE
  • SOLUTION MATURITY
  • OPERATIONAL IMPACT
  • Impact #1
    [Cost Reduction - Energy]
    16% Reduction in total heating (electricity) costs Thanks to shifting usage from peak to non-peak periods
    Impact #2
    Impact #3
  • 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

  • USE CASES
  • Microgrid
    A microgrid is a localized group of electricity sources and loads that normally operates connected to and synchronous with the traditional wide area synchronous grid, but can also disconnect to island mode and function autonomously as physical or economic conditions dictate. In this way, a microgrid can effectively integrate various sources of distributed generation (DG), especially Renewable Energy Sources (RES) - renewable electricity, and can supply emergency power, changing between the island and connected modes.Microgrids are typically supported by generators or renewable wind and solar energy resources and are often used to provide backup power or supplement the main power grid during periods of heavy demand. A microgrid strategy that integrates local wind or solar resources can provide redundancy for essential services and make the main grid less susceptible to localized disaster.
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