Published on March 20, 2014
George Kirk, SPEN, Cities Director Kenny Monteath, AECOM, Associate Director 18th March 2014 Future Cities Glasgow Integrated Energy Planning
Overview 1. Introduction - DNO Responsibilities 2. Integrated Energy Planning 3. Glasgow City Example 4. Working in Partnership 5. Conclusions 2 2
3 Distribution Network Operator (DNO) • SPEN network distributes electricity from the high voltage transmission grid to consumers SP Energy Networks DNO Responsibilities
Integrated Energy Planning The Approach Strategic Development Areas Employment Centres Regeneration Areas Public Organisations Scottish Enterprise Private Organisations City Councils SPEN / City Energy Plan Local Development Plan Stakeholder Engagement Integrated SPEN/ City Energy Plans Integrated energy plans SPEN Investment Plans 4
SPEN Plans •Investment •Innovation •Stakeholder •Smart Grid 1 City Plans •Economic •Social •Political •Energy 2 Integrated Plan •Investment/Energy 3 5 Integrated Energy Planning The Approach 5
6 Application • Geographic Information System locates developments relative to SP Energy Networks infrastructure • Development data allows improved prediction of level of demand • Future Demand profiles are modelled and impact on infrastructure is determined Data Sources • Government strategic planning – SDPs and LDPs • Planning applications, Housing Land Audits, Commercial and Industrial development approvals • SP Energy Networks connection requests • Changing Demand Trends – heat pumps, electric vehicles Integrated Energy Planning Data Application
Integrated Energy Planning Glasgow City Example 7
Integrated Energy Planning Glasgow City Example 8
Integrated Energy Planning Glasgow City Example 9
Integrated Energy Planning Methodology and Toolkits - AECOM 12
Integrated Energy Planning Methodology SPEN Infrastructure Opportunities (Influence Firm Capacity) Timeline Load Index Base Development Opportunities (Increase Demand)
Integrated Energy Planning MCA GIS Toolset Workflow Geodatabase Schema Exisitng SPEN GIS Data DPCR5 Projects RIIO Projects Substation Locations Act 2 Opportunities Preparation Toolset DPCR5 Projects DPCR5 Projects Prepared Input Data Load Information Prepare Substation and Opportunity Time Periods DPCR5 Projects DPCR5 Projects Discrete Annual Subs and Opp Features MCA GIS Environment Update Load DPCR5 Projects DPCR5 Projects Discrete Annual Subs with Updated Load Reset Update Reset
Integrated Energy Planning Glasgow City Centre Example 2012 4 substations 2013 New developments Increased load 2014 More development Loads continue to increase2015 Upgrade project Load still increases 2016 New developments 2017 Upgrade project Load decreases 2018 More development Load increases 2019 Upgrade project Load decreases 2020 New substation Shares load 2021 New developments 2022 New developments 2023 New developments 1 2 3 4 5
Working in Partnership Mutual Benefits 16 1. Open exchange of relevant policy, planning and development information between SP Energy Networks and City Councils. 2. Allows comparison of SP Energy Networks investment plans with the City's strategic objectives. 3. Provides for Energy Investment Planning for energy infrastructure that best supports city economic and social objectives. 4. SP Energy Networks will be better able to provide continuing support to key public an private investor developments
Conclusions 17 1. Integrated Energy Planning provides opportunities to both SP Energy Networks and City Councils 2. Integrated Energy Planning allows for cost effective investment in infrastructure by SP Energy Networks 3. Councils benefit from improved visibility of infrastructure planning and stakeholder influence on the service provided
Social Economic Energy Environment Develop strategic plan Stakeholder coordination Project coordination Policy alignment Set targets and measure progress Jobs Inward Investment Reduced Reinforcement Reduced carbon emissions Challenge Solution Result 18 Conclusions 18
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