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The Blockchain Opportunity at the Heart of the Flexible Grid

When blockchain arrived on the energy scene three years ago, much of the discussion went straight to disruption and disintermediation. Like Uber …

When blockchain arrived on the energy scene three years ago, much of the discussion went straight to disruption and disintermediation. Like Uber racing into a new city, rules were meant to be broken, and the newcomer was seen as a catalyst for near-revolutionary change.

Blockchain could spell the end of the utility, the thinking went, by enabling the trading of energy directly among local producers and consumers, automatically discovering pricing and settling transactions securely without any toll-takers in the middle. This has proven technically feasible, and pilots have been actively operating in a few cases around the world. Still, progress has been slow and driven almost entirely by startups that either have limited funding or the ability to willfully ignore the range of regulations surrounding electricity markets.

But what if the peer-to-peer use case is little more than a signal for startup exuberance and the need to make ICOs as attractive as possible to crypto investors looking for paradigm changes? Rather than being the catalyst that drives policymakers to write utilities out of existence, the opportunity for blockchain in the electricity system may instead be serving as a critical missing link in an evolution already well underway.

With or without blockchain, the grid is changing. But blockchain’s distinguishing features — immutable ledgers, decentralized architectures, and programmability through smart contracts — are compelling for an electricity system with much greater customer-side participation than ever before.

Grid Evolution, Vintage 2019

Looking back over the past decade, the hallmarks of grid evolution are fairly clear and point us to a bigger narrative building — one that culminates in what can simply be called the flexible grid.

Starting with early efforts toward enabling an “intelligent grid,” utilities deployed the piece parts of digitalization: advanced meters, sensors, distribution automation systems, communications technologies, analytics and controls. The goals were fairly simple: more energy and operationally efficient and reliable grids, with an eye toward better integration of distributed renewables. Alongside this grid digitalization came a similar change among customers via deployments of distributed generation, smart thermostats, energy storage and electric vehicles.

These parallel trends shifted the focus from solely the utility to the larger ecosystem developing around the grid edge that was giving rise to opportunities for new business models and market entrants on the one hand, and threats to the incumbent utilities and IPPs on the other.

But it didn’t stop there. With greater deployment of variable renewable energy (VRE) throughout the grid, the need for flexibility arose along many dimensions to accommodate the variability in net load across the system (and the resulting variability in market prices for energy supply). This flexibility can be delivered to some extent from improved management of existing power plants or better coordination across balancing areas, but the more VRE the greater the demand for new forms flexibility not available from traditional baseload generation and operating systems.

Out on the distribution grid things keep getting more intelligent, and the systems to control them more sophisticated. Which brings us to an emerging reality, something post-grid edge, where phrases like “dispatchable demand” underpin a vision of the electricity system where utilities lose control of generation in the core but gain control of load at the edge.

This inversion is not imminent, nor is it ever imagined to be complete. But the dominance of variable renewable energy favors a system designed around load following supply rather than supply following load.

At the highest level that requires a rethinking of everything — business models, market designs, regulations and rates. Down in the weeds today, the beginnings are seen in fits and starts — performance-based regulation (PBR) here, virtual power plants there. And, in the case of blockchain, trials of platforms that demonstrate the viability of distributed transactions across energy grids.

It’s important here to acknowledge a key facet of recent grid edge market growth: When it comes to distributed energy resources (DERs), rarely if ever are they deployed or managed in any coordinated way. Instead, each home or business makes decisions for necessarily selfish reasons (reduce a bill, go green, avoid a demand charge, etc.). They are as they are named, distributed resources, often not “seen” by the utility but felt in ways that impact operations only once their effect has passed.

The hallmark of this next phase of the grid, then, will be the antidote to discord: orchestration. This orchestration may take a variety of forms, but at its simplest it allows DERs to fully participate at scale in electricity markets and supports various levels of coordination between the distribution grid and the transmission grid, so that variability is managed throughout the system.

What does orchestration look like? It’s easiest to answer in the context of what a flexible grid requires. Let’s start with three key elements:

  1. Visibility. This applies to customers, the utility and any third-party energy service providers. The capabilities of attached devices and systems must be known on a real-time basis, and their behavior securely recorded so they can participate in electricity markets. A range of digital technologies, analytics and decentralized computing power will enable this, and create a way to share data among market domains to support aggregation and coordination of participants.
  2. Dynamic, value-based pricing. Just what it says, and as hard as it sounds, but the distribution grid must ultimately move in this direction if flexibility is going to succeed. While this may be confusingly referred to as either distribution locational marginal prices (DLMP) or locational marginal prices plus avoided distribution costs (LMP +D), they both attempt to establish pricing that reflects the time- and locational value of real energy, reactive power and reserves.
  3. Rules. It’s the electricity market, so there has to be rules. Here’s where we depart from the Uber and Airbnb analogy. Electricity market players have to abide by the rules, no exceptions, so enabling grid flexibility will be done largely through regulation and rulemaking. Reliable, affordable power is essential, so grid flexibility must be defined within that context. PBR activities are pointing the way, but progress moves at the pace of rulemaking, so this will be a many years’ long process.

Here’s where blockchain, if it’s as capable as its developers claim, can play a key role in furthering progress toward an orchestrated, flexible grid. Blockchain thrives in systems with many intersections and many participants. The association with cryptocurrencies leads most often to a focus on financial transactions such as energy trading at these intersections but in a complex energy system many of the intersections are among subsystems, where value is found in the secure exchange of data, the registering of assets on a distribution grid, or the trusted recording of generation or consumption data to a shared database.

When you think of the flexible grid and the markets that rise up because of it, one thing stands out — there are a lot of intersections and a lot of transactions to be made. Envisioning the emergence of distribution-level energy markets, where homes and business make price-responsive energy decisions throughout the day, the volume of these transactions is orders of magnitude larger that today.

Consumers may have multiple systems and devices with the ability to dispatch supply (residential batteries or electric vehicles) or control demand (smart thermostats or water heaters), all requiring documentation, verification and financial settlement. Commercial and industrial customers will have similar options at scale, while others may operate microgrids that can provide grid services on top of local reliability. Looking at recent news around virtual power plants it’s clear the business model around recognizing the value in aggregated DERs is arising.

Blockchain’s long-term promise rests in three features:

  • It’s decentralized, so it can scale to meet the scope and transactional volume of a flexible grid.
  • It’s secure, and can provide a near-immutable record of transactions.
  • Through smart contracts it has the ability to operate autonomously, following agreed-upon rules that satisfy all parties involved.

For each of these features there are clear examples of where it is successfully operating today, and examples of how that feature is either not as secure as claimed or not as scalable. This has kept the market in check this past year, as utilities take baby steps in trialing, or in some cases limit their involvement to applications like REC origination, validation and settlement. In these cases, blockchain does not necessarily create anything new, but introduces operational efficiencies in the complex process and appears to be gaining traction.

Other trials continue to focus on peer-to-peer energy trading, often within local communities or organizations to monetize excess generation from distributed energy systems. Again, these appear to be working, but for most major markets the potential to scale is contingent on fundamental rules around utility services being rewritten. That feels like a long wait, especially in the U.S.

Which brings me back to the grid edge. Back in 2013 when we coined the term, we said “change begins at an edge” and characterized the space as one in the midst of a profound transition. Today we think the vision of where that transition is taking us is becoming clearer: the flexible grid. The opportunity to play a critical role in enabling this next phase of the energy system’s evolution is surely massive.

The disrupter doesn’t need to be a technology; in this case it’s all of us making energy decisions every day. What’s needed next are the tools to build it. The questions that will be answered soon are whether blockchain is one of those, and to what extent it’s the best tool for the job of providing the value-transfer layer that underpins the flexible grid of the future.

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Energy Storage Battery for Microgrids Market Exploring Future Growth 2019-2023 and Key Players …

Energy Storage Battery for Microgrids Market Exploring Future Growth 2019-2023 and Key Players – NGK Group , ABB , AEG , Imergy , SolarCity …

Introduction of sustainable energy fuels, thus, replacing natural gas or diesel fuels with renewable fuels, such as solar PV and wind, into microgrids, reducing the fuel consumption, rising demand of energy storage products for residential use, increasing need for convergence of the energy storage and microgrid technology markets, since they constitute an advanced battery for grid-tied and remote microgrid applications and rising prices of electricity, giving a path to the growth of battery-based energy storage systems for microgrids are some of the driving factors of the market.

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All-vanadium Flow Battery

Zinc-bromine Flow Battery

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UTILITY Solution

UPS Solution

Base Transceiver Stations

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1.1 Study Scope

1.2 Key Market Segments

1.3 Players Covered

1.4 Market Analysis by Type

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1.6 Study Objectives

1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends

2.1 Energy Storage Battery for Microgrids Market Size

2.2 Energy Storage Battery for Microgrids Growth Trends by Regions

2.3 Industry Trends

3 Market Share by Key Players

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3.4 Date of Enter into Energy Storage Battery for Microgrids Market

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4.1 Global Energy Storage Battery for Microgrids Sales by Product

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5 Breakdown Data by End User

5.1 Overview

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New technologies are undoubtedly helping to make wind and solar power more attractive. But Texas is learning that the transition from baseload …

In recent years, Texas has become a bellwether for advances in wind turbines and renewable energy. The wide-open, breezy Texas panhandle offers some of the best wind resources in the country. But some surprising shortfalls are emerging in Texas’ electricity production – and that could prove instructive for other states that are looking to ramp up their reliance on renewable power.

New technologies are undoubtedly helping to make wind and solar power more attractive. But Texas is learning that the transition from baseload power plants to weather-dependent renewables brings unintended consequences – including new costs and complexities that pose challenges for reliability.

In recent years, Texas jumped head-first into the large-scale deployment of wind turbines. And as this subsidized wind generation came online, coal plants found they could no longer compete in the region’s electricity market. These were coal plants that had long anchored the state’s energy portfolio. Now Texas is finding that the loss of this coal capacity, along with a greater reliance on wind power, is leading to power shortages. The problem is that these new wind systems are entirely dependent on favorable weather conditions.

On Aug. 12, a heat wave drove electricity demand in Texas to an all-time high. Electricity prices across the Texas power grid surged 36,000 percent, to roughly $6,537 per megawatt-hour – far higher than the average Texas price of $20 to $30 per megawatt-hour. Not only did electricity demand climb enormously as Texans cranked their air conditioners in 100-degree weather, but electricity generation at Texas wind farms simultaneously fell 50 percent due to lack of wind in the hot, listless air.

Things actually got worse the next day, when temperatures in Dallas climbed past 103 degrees. Available power reserves dwindled to just 2,121 megawatts – a safety margin of less than 3 percent.

With the electricity market in Texas shifting from baseload coal plants to renewables, 20 percent of the state’s power in 2019 is expected to come from wind. It’s now a guessing game of whether or not there will be enough electricity when consumers need it the most. Wind sources are unpredictable, and with greater reliance on weather-dependent power, regulators in Texas and other states need to make sure markets are adequately valuing power plants that support grid reliability. It’s a situation one industry analyst described as “designed to play chicken with blackouts.”

As states look to incorporate more renewable energy, they should consider the importance of a balanced, diverse mix of energy sources. They shouldn’t need a crisis, or unexpected outage, to start focusing on reliable electricity production.

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Self-Healing Smart Grid Market May Set New Growth Story | ABB, Eaton, Siemens, GE, G&W, S&C …

Company profile section of players such as ABB, Eaton, Siemens, GE, G&W, S&C, Schneider Electric, Landis+Gyr, Cisco, Infosys, Oracle & Sentient …

A new market study is released on Global Self-Healing Smart Grid Market with 100+ market data Tables, Pie Chat, Graphs & Figures spread through Pages and easy to understand detailed analysis. At present, the market is developing its presence. The Research report presents a complete assessment of the Market and contains a future trend, current growth factors, attentive opinions, facts, and industry validated market data. The research study provides estimates for Global Self-Healing Smart Grid Forecast till 2025*. Some are the key players that are considered in the coverage list of this study are ABB, Eaton, Siemens, GE, G&W, S&C, Schneider Electric, Landis+Gyr, Cisco, Infosys, Oracle & Sentient Energy.

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2-Page profiles for 10+ leading manufacturers and 10+ leading retailers is included, along with 3 years financial history to illustrate the recent performance of the market. Revised and updated discussion for 2018 of key macro and micro market influences impacting the sector are provided with a thought-provoking qualitative comment on future opportunities and threats. This report combines the best of both statistically relevant quantitative data from the industry, coupled with relevant and insightful qualitative comment and analysis.

Global Self-Healing Smart Grid Product Types In-Depth: , Software & Services & Hardware

Global Self-Healing Smart Grid Major Applications/End users: Public Utility & Private Utility

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In order to get a deeper view of Market Size, competitive landscape is provided i.e. Revenue (Million USD) by Players (2013-2018), Revenue Market Share (%) by Players (2013-2018) and further a qualitative analysis is made towards market concentration rate, product/service differences, new entrants and the technological trends in future.

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The key players are highly focusing innovation in production technologies to improve efficiency and shelf life. The best long-term growth opportunities for this sector can be captured by ensuring ongoing process improvements and financial flexibility to invest in the optimal strategies. Company profile section of players such as ABB, Eaton, Siemens, GE, G&W, S&C, Schneider Electric, Landis+Gyr, Cisco, Infosys, Oracle & Sentient Energy includes its basic information like legal name, website, headquarters, its market position, historical background and top 5 closest competitors by Market capitalization / revenue along with contact information. Each player/ manufacturer revenue figures, growth rate and gross profit margin is provided in easy to understand tabular format for past 5 years and a separate section on recent development like mergers, acquisition or any new product/service launch etc.

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Base Year: 2017

Estimated Year: 2018

Forecast Year 2018 to 2025

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