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网格增强和灾难恢复技术

Grid Hardening and Disaster Recovery Technologies

出版商 Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research) 商品编码 967895
出版日期 内容资讯 英文 11 Pages
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价格
网格增强和灾难恢复技术 Grid Hardening and Disaster Recovery Technologies
出版日期: 2020年10月22日内容资讯: 英文 11 Pages
简介

与自然灾害,烟花爆竹和其他事件相关的停电事件不断增加,加剧了放松管制的威胁,以及将分散式能源整合到传统公用事业业务模型中的威胁。为了应对这一问题并最大化电网性能和可靠性,公用事业需要从战略上投资于自动化,控制,可视性和弹性技术。

根据保险情报研究所的数据,从1989年到2018年,全球灾难性自然灾害事件的平均数量为每年520起。此统计信息包括地球物理,气象,水文和气候事件,包括地震,风暴,洪水,山火等。 2018年有850起此类事件,2019年有820起。自2010年以来,除了自然灾害的发生率不断增加外,这些事件的严重程度和破坏程度也急剧上升。根据美国国家海洋与大气管理局的数据,美国在1980年至2020年期间平均遭受6.5次重大灾难,损失超过10亿美元。但是,从2017年到2019年,灾难损失每年增加到147亿美元。

本报告确定并描述了用于电力传输和配电(T&D)网络上部署的关键电网增强和弹性技术,八种主要的灾难响应和弹性技术以及公用事业解决方案提供商。我们提供了四个主要建议。

目录

简介

背景

建议

自然灾害更频繁,更严重,更具破坏性

  • 预测/准备/保护
  • 抵抗与缓解
  • 响应与恢复

网格增强和弹性技术可改善停机预防和恢复能力

  • 输配电自动化可增强控制能力和可视性
  • 集中式和分布式自动控制方案的组合,可实现最佳控制
  • FLIS R实现出色的响应时间
  • 远程监控可在风暴和其他中断事件发生期间和之后保持网格可见性
  • 智能计量提供了详细的超本地数据点,用于停止检测和定位
  • 物理增强保护电网资产免受灾难破坏
  • 天气预报和预报平台为公用事业提供重要情报
  • 劳动管理和应急计划软件可简化薪酬工作

当前和未来需要对战略进行战略性和有效的投资

  • 展望未来并做好准备
  • 靈活性使解决方案平衡
  • 合作创造创新
  • 重新评估对于确保未来潜力很重要
目录
Product Code: SI-GHDR-20

The global electric grid is transforming from a unidimensional system of power producers and consumers into a multidimensional, cloud-enabled network. It has two-way flows of power and information. As such, it is more critical than ever for utilities and solutions providers to prioritize grid hardening and resiliency technologies. The frequency and scale of natural disasters increases year over year, and outages are simultaneously becoming less tolerable and more expensive to utility customers. Increasing outages linked to natural disasters, wildfires, and other events is adding to the threat of deregulation and distributed energy resources integration into the traditional utility business model. To combat this and maximize grid performance and reliability, utilities must strategically invest in automation, control, visibility, and resiliency technologies.

From 1989 to 2018, the global average number of natural catastrophic events was 520 events per year according to the Insurance Information Institute. This statistic includes geophysical, meteorological, hydrological, and climatological events, encompassing earthquakes, storms, floods, wildfires, and others. In 2019, the planet witnessed 820 such events after experiencing 850 events in 2018. In addition to the increased frequency of natural catastrophes, the intensity and cost of these events has risen sharply since 2010. From 1980 to 2020, the US averaged 6.5 costly disasters incurring damages of $1 billion or more according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. From 2017 to 2019, however, this number spiked to $14.7 billion worth of damages from disasters each year.

This Guidehouse Insights report identifies and discusses the key grid hardening and resiliency technologies for deployment on transmission and distribution (T&D) networks. Utilities must think ahead, be flexible, accept help, and constantly reevaluate options to ensure the operation of a hardened and resilient grid. The report includes the identification and discussion of eight key technologies for storm response and resiliency and provides four key recommendations for utilities and solutions providers.

KEY QUESTIONS ADDRESSED:

  • What is the need for grid hardening and resiliency technologies?
  • Which grid hardening and resiliency technologies are utilities and energy network operators deploying?
  • What are the benefits and drawbacks of grid hardening and resiliency deployments?
  • Which T&D assets are most critical and which require the most grid hardening and resiliency investments from utilities and network operators?
  • Which T&D assets are the highest and lowest risks for failure if not hardened?
  • What trends are driving and slowing the market for grid hardening and resiliency technologies?
  • What are the key recommendations and strategies for improving grid performance and increasing deployments of grid hardening and resiliency technologies?

WHO NEEDS THIS REPORT:

  • Utilities, transmission and distribution network operators
  • Transmission and distribution equipment manufacturers and solutions providers
  • Distributed energy providers
  • AMI Vendors
  • ADMS, SCADA, OMS, EMS, and other utility software and solutions providers
  • Edge computing technology vendors
  • Government agencies
  • Distributed energy resources network owners and operators
  • Investor community

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Natural Disasters Have Become More Frequent, Intense, and Expensive

  • Predict, Prepare, and Protect
  • Withstand and Mitigate
  • Respond and Recover

Grid Hardening and Resiliency Technologies Improve Outage Prevention and Recovery

  • T&D Automation Provides Enhanced Control and Visibility
  • Centralized and Distributed Automation Control Schemes Combine for Optimal Control
  • FLISR Enables Superior Response Times
  • Remote Monitoring Maintains Grid Visibility Throughout and After Storms and Other Outage Events
  • Smart Metering Provides Granular, Hyper-Local Data Points for Outage Detection and Location
  • Physical Hardening Protects Grid Assets from Disaster Damage
  • Predictive Weather and Forecasting Platforms Provide Utilities with Critical Intelligence
  • Workforce Management and Emergency Response Planning Software Streamline Reparation Efforts

Utilities Must Strategically and Efficiently Invest for the Present and Future

  • Thinking Ahead Ensures Preparedness
  • Flexibility Enables Balanced Solutions
  • Collaboration Breeds Innovation
  • Reevaluation Is Critical for Future-Proofing

LIST OF CHARTS AND FIGURES

  • EIA SAIDI: 2013-2018