From home to grid – powering up the stationary storage market A

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Berenberg Conference
From home to grid – powering up
the stationary storage market
A utility perspective
innogy SE · 6 April 2017
[email protected]
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
State of Charge
1
Disruption?
2
Opportunity!
3
"To do"list
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
2
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
„It‘s gonna be great“ – batteries are becoming much
cheaper, opening up many new use cases
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
3
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Batteries will change the way we think about the
power system
• Markdesign
Market design
Grid investments
Pricing
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
4
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Market design: Tailored to a portfolio of thermal and hydro
power plants. Batteries challenge the status quo
+100%
Power
Rating
Durations
(UCTE)
‒ 100%
Inertia
PRL
EFCC EFR FFR/FCDM
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
SRL
MRL
STOR
5
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Grid infrastructure: Maintaining a copper plate is going
to be expensive. Batteries start to become an alternative
40 + 40?
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
6
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Pricing: Batteries can optimise revenue and cost
between capacity and energy components
Capacity
Component in €
Supply
Energy
Component in €
Demand
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
7
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
State of Charge
1
Disruption?
2
Opportunity!
3
"To do"list
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
8
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Batteries are relevant for all of innogy‘s activities
Grid-friendly renewables
Hybrid-Systems
Duck curve management
Retail
Renewables
Maximisation of PV usage
Demand charge management
Integration with existing infrastructure
Line deferral / alternative investment
Grid management & Ancillary Services
Ramp rate control
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
Grid & Infrastructure
9
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
innogy is active across all battery system sizes
B2C
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
B2B
Utility scale
10
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Some innogy battery impressions from the field
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
11
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Enabling fast charging
Fast and intelligent charging
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
12
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Heat
Optimising existing infrastructure
Heat demand
supplied by
gas gen-set
Power
Electricity from
gas gen-set
PV power
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
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Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
innogy covers the whole value chain of commercial
battery management
Battery & System
Engineering,
Procurement &
Construction
Route-to market &
commercialisation
Customer contact or
Project Lead
Commercial use case
analysis
 Customer links
 Country-specific
regulation
 Battery system design
 Pooling tools
 Use cases
 Knowledge of converters
 Links to TSOs & DSOs
 Cell performance
 Market access
 Asset links
 Load & asset analysis
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
14
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
State of Charge
1
Disruption?
2
Opportunity!
3
"To do"list
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
15
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Batteries need to become separate asset class in
electricity market regulation
Renewables
Batteries
Grid
B2C & B2B
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
16
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Stacking up use cases for customers that ensure
smooth grid operations
Market
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
TSO
DSO
Customer
17
Berenberg Investor Forum on Batteries
Scaling up: Managing thousands of small assets
100
Market
Route
to
market
Retail Energy
Management
10,000
SmartPool
Pooling
Tools
10,000,000
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
Customer/
Battery size
kiwi grid
B2C
B2B
Utility scale
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Disclaimer
This presentation contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the US federal securities laws. Especially all of the
following statements:
‒ Projections of revenues, income, earnings per share, capital expenditures, dividends, capital structure or other financial items;
‒ Statements of plans or objectives for future operations or of future competitive position;
‒ Expectations of future economic performance; and
‒ Statements of assumptions underlying several of the foregoing types of statements
are forward-looking statements. Also words such as “anticipate”, “believe”, “estimate”, “intend”, “may”, “will”, “expect”, “plan”,
“project” “should” and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements reflect
the judgment of innogy’s management based on factors currently known to it. No assurances can be given that these forward-looking
statements will prove accurate and correct, or that anticipated, projected future results will be achieved. All forward-looking statements
are subject to various risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from expectations. Such risks and
uncertainties include, but are not limited to, changes in general economic and social environment, business, political and legal
conditions, fluctuating currency exchange rates and interest rates, price and sales risks associated with a market environment in the
throes of deregulation and subject to intense competition, changes in the price and availability of raw materials, risks associated with
energy trading, actions by competitors, application of new or changed accounting standards or other government agency regulations,
changes in, or the failure to comply with, laws or regulations, particularly those affecting the environment and water quality (e.g.
introduction of a price regulation system for the use of power grid, creating a regulation agency for electricity and gas or introduction of
trading in greenhouse gas emissions), changing governmental policies and regulatory actions with respect to the acquisition, disposal,
depreciation and amortization of assets and facilities, operation and construction of plant facilities, production disruption or
interruption due to accidents or other unforeseen events, delays in the construction of facilities, the inability to obtain or to obtain on
acceptable terms necessary regulatory approvals regarding future transactions, the inability to integrate successfully new companies
within innogy to realize synergies from such integration and finally potential liability for remedial actions under existing or future
environmental regulations and potential liability resulting from pending or future litigation. Any forward-looking statement speaks only
as of the date on which it is made. innogy neither intends to nor assumes any obligation to update these forward-looking statements.
For additional information regarding risks, investors are referred to innogy’s latest annual report and to other most recent reports filed
with Frankfurt Stock Exchange and to the material furnished to the US Securities and Exchange Commission by innogy.
innogy SE · April 2017 · Frank Amend
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