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IBM Joins European Consortium to Build a Smart Grid Using Renewable Energy 2011.10.15

Armonk, N.Y., USA & Copenhagen, Denmark - October 13, 2011 - IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced it has joined a collaborative consortium to help develop an energy grid that uses at least 50 percent of renewable energy sources, such as wind power, solar energy and biogas. Led by a European Union-funded consortium, the EcoGrid EU project will demonstrate a smart energy grid that will allow smart devices to use renewable electricity based on near real-time pricing and availability.

IBM today announced it has joined a collaborative consortium to help develop an energy grid that uses at least 50 percent of renewable energy sources, such as wind power, solar energy and biogas.
Led by a European Union-funded consortium, the EcoGrid EU project will demonstrate a smart energy grid that will allow smart devices to use renewable electricity based on near real-time pricing and availability.

Courtesy of Energinet/DK, Connie Dyrløv, cdy@energinet.dk
 

Armonk, N.Y., USA & Copenhagen, Denmark - October 13, 2011

IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced it has joined a collaborative consortium to help develop an energy grid that uses at least 50 percent of renewable energy sources, such as wind power, solar energy and biogas.

Led by a European Union-funded consortium, the EcoGrid EU project will demonstrate a smart energy grid that will allow smart devices to use renewable electricity based on near real-time pricing and availability.

The EcoGrid EU project will be piloted on the Danish island of Bornholm with 2,000 residents and commercial users, representing approximately every tenth house on the island.
Using smart meters and a Web-based app, that runs on smartphones, tablets and PCs, consumers can schedule when to purchase electricity online and at what price.
Project scientists believe that by making this data easily available, eco-conscious Danes will choose to purchase renewable energy over fossil fuels, which will result in cost savings.
The portal will also enable utilities to manage pricing based on supply, demand and available storage capacity.
Selected participants will begin the testing phase towards the end of next year.
With 16 partners from ten different countries, the demonstration will continue for the next 48 months with set goals to increase consumer interest in smart grids, and develop new technologies that will improve energy forecasting and cost balancing, as well as reduce the congestion and losses across the distribution grid.

Courtesy of Energinet/DK, Connie Dyrløv, cdy@energinet.dk
 
The EcoGrid EU project will be piloted on the Danish island of Bornholm with 2,000 residents and commercial users, representing approximately every tenth house on the island
.

Using smart meters and a Web-based app, that runs on smartphones, tablets and PCs, consumers can schedule when to purchase electricity online and at what price.

IBM today announced it has joined a collaborative consortium to help develop an energy grid that uses at least 50 percent of renewable energy sources, such as wind power, solar energy and biogas.
Led by a European Union-funded consortium, the EcoGrid EU project will demonstrate a smart energy grid that will allow smart devices to use renewable electricity based on near real-time pricing and availability.

Courtesy of muff-illustration.ch
 
Project scientists
believe that by making this data easily available, eco-conscious Danes will choose to purchase renewable energy over fossil fuels, which will result in cost savings.

The portal will also enable utilities to manage pricing based on supply, demand and available storage capacity.

Dieter Gantenbein leads the Smart Grid and E-mobility projects at IBM Research - Zurich.
Courtesy of IBM
 
Selected participants will begin the testing phase towards the end of next year.

With 16 partners from ten different countries, the demonstration will continue for the next 48 months with set goals to increase consumer interest in smart grids, and develop new technologies that will improve energy forecasting and cost balancing, as well as reduce the congestion and losses across the distribution grid.

EcoGrid EU is in support of the European Commission’s 20/20/20 plan, which is to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent, increase renewable energy usage by 20 percent and to reduce energy consumption through improved efficiencies by 20 percent by the year 2020.

Artists conception of the electric vehicles.
Courtesy of Siemens
 
This goal is consistent with the progressive efforts in Denmark to increase its production of renewable energy to 50 percent of total generation by 2020 to support increased usage.

The Danish Energy Agency has recently reported that renewable energy use is up by 14 percent.

Lykke Friis, the former Minister for Climate and Energy, Denmark.
Courtesy of IBM / EcoGrid EU project
 
“EcoGrid EU is an incredibly promising pilot project, in which Bornholm will become a test island in the future intelligent electricity system,” said Lykke Friis, the former Minister for Climate and Energy, Denmark.
“The results will not only be usable in Denmark and Europe, but all over the world. We need an intelligent electricity system which can integrate more wind power and other renewable energy sources. In order to make the setup work in the future, it is necessary to turn all resources in regional grids into active players, exactly as it will happen in Bornholm.”

Artists conception of the dashboard of an electric vehicle.
Courtesy of Siemens
 
Consumers will be at the forefront of this project with smart controllers being installed in all of the participating homes
.

These will be used to automate select appliances such as dishwashers, heat pumps and electric water heaters as energy prices adjust in five-minute increments.

In addition, residents will receive relevant information about their electricity production, consumption, and price points, adding a new level of awareness and participation that should lead to increased energy savings.

Wind turbines on the Island of Bornholm in Denmark, where the EcoGrid EU project will be piloted with 2,000 residents and commercial users, representing approximately every tenth house0on the island.
Using smart meters and a Web-based app, that runs on smartphones, tablets and PCs, consumers can schedule when to purchase electricity online and at what price.
Project scientists believe that by making this data easily available, eco-conscience Danes will chose to purchase renewable energy over fossil fuels, which will result in cost savings.

Courtesy of IBM / EcoGrid EU project
 
EcoGrid EU
is a continuation of the EDISON (Electric Vehicles in a Distributed and Integrated Market using Sustainable Energy and Open Networks) project.

In 2009, EDISON was launched to demonstrate a smart grid for the large-scale adoption of electric vehicles powered by wind energy.

EcoGrid EU will take best practices and expand on EDISON by going beyond just electric vehicles into the home and office.

Similar to EDISON, unused energy will be stored on electric vehicle batteries, but in addition, EcoGrid EU will also optimize appliance operation.

Guido Bartels, General Manager, Energy and Utilities industry at IBM and Chairman, Global Smart Grid Federation.
Courtesy of IBM
 
“By taking into account real-time conditions we can increase the use of renewable energy, balance grid load, reduce failures, and accommodate consumer preferences and their desire to reduce energy consumption,” said Guido Bartels, General Manager, Energy and Utilities industry at IBM and Chairman, Global Smart Grid Federation.
“The EcoGrid EU project combined with lessons learned from EDISON, demonstrates our steady movement towards a sophisticated smart grid that will be capable of managing the future requirements for energy.”

Wind turbines on the Island of Bornholm in Denmark, where the EcoGrid EU project will be piloted with 2,000 residents and commercial users, representing approximately every tenth house0on the island.
Using smart meters and a Web-based app, that runs on smartphones, tablets and PCs, consumers can schedule when to purchase electricity online and at what price. Project scientists believe that by making this data easily available, eco-conscience Danes will chose to purchase renewable energy over fossil fuels, which will result in cost savings.
Courtesy of IBM / EcoGrid EU project
 
Several partners from EDISON
will also be part of EcoGrid EU, including Østkraft, Siemens and IBM.

Within the EDISON project, IBM researchers from IBM Denmark and Switzerland successfully developed a Cloud with advanced analytics that synchronized the charging of electric vehicles with the availability of renewable energy on the grid.

This smart technology will also be the basis for the EcoGrid EU project to optimize the usage of the energy grid by monitoring demand to reduce outages and to set the real-time market price for energy.

IBM is also teaming with Siemens to design the Web-based app that will allow consumers to better manage their energy consumption based on price.


About the EcoGrid EU Consortium


The total budget for EcoGrid EU is € 21 million of which approximately half is financed by the European Union.

 
 
The international and multidisciplinary consortium
was initiated by Energinet.dk, Denmark and coordinated by SINTEF Energi AS, Norway.

Additional partners include:

• Østkraft Holding AS, Denmark;

• Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Denmark;

• Siemens Aktieselskab, Denmark;

• IBM, Denmark;

• EnCT GmbH, Germany;

• ELIA System Operator, Belgium;

• Fundación Technalia Research & Innovation, Spain;

• Österreichisches Forschungs- und Prüfzentrum Arsenal Ges.m.b.h, Austria;

• Stichting Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland, The Netherlands;

• TNO, The Netherlands;

• Eandis cvba, Belgium;

• Tallinna Tehnikaülikool, Estonia;

• EDP Distribuição, Portugal

• Landis+Gyr, Denmark.


Courtesy of EcoGrid EU project
 

For more information: www.eu-ecogrid.net  


IBM and Smart Grid

IBM is involved in more than 150 smart grid engagements around the world, in both mature and emerging markets.

 
 
IBM is the founding member of the Global Intelligent Utility Network Coalition
, a unique collaboration of utilities from around the globe who are working to accelerate the use of smart grid technologies and move the industry forward through its most challenging transformation.

More about IBM's vision to bring a new level of intelligence to how the world works - how every person, business, organization, government, natural system, and man-made system interacts, can be found here:

http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet  

For more information about Smarter Energy at IBM, please visit:

www.ibm.com/press/smarterenergy  

Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.


About IBM Research:

For more information visit www.research.ibm.com  


Contacts information

Fabienne Guildhary
IBM Media Relations (U.S.)
917-472-3733
Fguildhary@us.ibm.com  

Connie Dyrløv
EcoGrid EU Media Relations Manager (Denmark)
+45 7622 4820
cdy@energinet.dk  

Christopher P. Sciacca
IBM Media Relations (Zurich)
+41 44 72 48 443
cia@zurich.ibm.com  


Source: IBM

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/index.wss?re=2brf37  



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