Project Title

Technological Challenges and Opportunities to Supply Flexibility to Electric Systems 

Project Year

2018   

Project Number

EWG 15 2018A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

EWG 15 2018A 

Project Title

Technological Challenges and Opportunities to Supply Flexibility to Electric Systems 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2018 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

99,000 

Co-funding Amount

33,000 

Total Project Value

132,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Energy Working Group (EWG) 

Topics

Energy 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chile 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Japan; Mexico; New Zealand; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/11/2018 

Expected Completion Date

30/09/2019 

Project Proponent Name 1

Corissa Petro 

Job Title 1

International Department 

Organization 1

Ministry of Energy 

Postal Address 1

Alameda 1449, Santiago Downtown II, 14th Floor, Santiago, Chile 

Telephone 1

(56-2) 23656800 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

cpetro@minenergia.cl 

Project Proponent Name 2

Francisco Martinez-Conde del Campo 

Job Title 2

Renewable Energy Division 

Organization 2

Ministry of Energy 

Postal Address 2

Alameda 1449, Santiago Downtown II, 14th Floor, Santiago, Chile 

Telephone 2

(56-2) 23656800 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

fmartinez@minenergia.cl 

Declaration

Corissa Petro and Francisco Martinez-Conde del Campo 

Project Summary

This project intends to conduct a seminar in which expert speakers and participants will review analysis and the experience of APEC economies regarding the deployment of the latest technological tendencies aimed to improve the electric system flexibility, particularly given scenarios with high share of variable renewable energies, baseload power plants decommissioning and with changes in energy consumptions patterns due new forms of energy demands as electric mobility. 

The objective will be reached through a two-day seminar that considers the following segments: The first one is dedicated to expert presentations that will review technical and economic aspects of alternatives that could be developed and/or implemented by economies, such as energy storage alternatives, new forms for demand response, among others. The second segment is expected to cover the practical experience of economies that have deployed solutions, with focus on the technical, regulatory and market challenges. The seminar will be held in Chile and organized as follows: a first day with a broad audience and a second day will include a more dynamic discussion with a smaller, selected audience from the academia, the related public sector and companies’ experiences on electric flexibility.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: APEC has set two energy-related regional aspirational goals. The first seeks to reduce APEC’s aggregate energy intensity by 45% from 2005 levels by the year 2035 (established in the 2011 APEC Economic Leaders Declaration), and the second seeks to double the share of renewables in the APEC energy mix by 2030 (established in the 2014 APEC Economic Leaders Declaration). In 2018, the APEC Publication “Filling the Gap to Double Renewable Energy in the APEC Region” noted that solar accounts for 41.2% of the total renewable energy potential of the APEC Region, while wind energy accounts for 36.7%.  Given that the energy produced by variable renewable energy (VRE) sources such as solar and wind is not constant, power systems must incorporate technologies or other alternatives that will enable them to compensate for the varied levels of energy production from some renewables. Since solar and wind energy represent a significant proportion of the APEC region’s renewable energy potential, enabling power systems to incorporate these variable renewable energies is vital to achieving the aforementioned APEC goal. 

Furthermore, according to the 6th APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook prepared by the Asia-Pacific Energy Research Centre, renewables are the fastest growing energy source in the region and “all APEC economies have made commitments to promote the use of renewable power generation and have implemented a variety of policies to support wider adoption of renewable technologies”. The Outlook also projects that variable renewable energies will increase significantly in upcoming years and could reach 30% of peak load in APEC by the year 2040, and therefore “To integrate VREs while maintaining reliability of electricity supply, each economy needs to prepare sufficient measures to manage short-term variability (in general, less than 20 minutes) and longer-term variability (hourly, daily and seasonally), such as ramping up and down of flexible generation, charging and discharging of storage, demand-side management programs, and curtailments”. 

Although diverse strategies will be used by economies in order to support improved energy efficiency and increased renewable energies, common challenges related to power system flexibility will be faced. In this context, the decommissioning of thermal power plants, the decreased costs for renewable energy generation, the growing energy distributed systems development, as well as the energy resilience needs, are bringing new challenges for electric systems, such as the flexibility needed to manage them under variable resources and demand. 

Even in presence of market and regulatory actions that may be made in individual economies, the need to understand the technological alternatives that can provide this flexibility, as well as their cost, benefits, scopes and trends, are cross-cutting. The understanding of these alternatives affects directly the future development of the electric system in economies, opens possibilities for the creation of new industries, and it is the grounding to formulate a proper regulatory framework. 

Increasing the flexibility of electricity systems is a challenge that will be faced throughout the world, as more variable renewable energy sources such as solar and wind are increasingly used.  This challenge will be faced by both developed and developing economies.  Some developed economies are at the forefront of efforts to meet this challenge, and it is beneficial when economies already have robust electricity grids.  Therefore, while this project is relevant to both developed and developing economies, it is especially relevant to build knowledge on this issue in developing economies. 

Relevance – Eligibility: With regards to the eligibility criteria for the Energy Efficiency and Low-Carbon Measures Subfund, this proposal exceeds the minimum number of co-sponsoring economies.  Furthermore, as noted in the Section on Relevance, the proposed project activities would support the achievement of the APEC goal of doubling the share of renewables by 2030, given that it focuses on the meeting the challenges that energy systems face in incorporating larger shares of variable renewable energies (such as wind and solar). 

The Seminar will serve as an opportunity for capacity-building amongst economies, as noted below. 

in summary, this project supports low-carbon energy development through system flexibility, which is globally recognized today as a key aspect in a renewable and sustainable development, addressing challenges associated with both renewable energy integration and energy efficiency (for example, through electric mobility in transport). 

Relevance – Capacity Building: Considering that the development of the energy matrix directly affects economics and wellbeing of each economy and its citizens, the proper understanding of technological alternatives and challenges to encourage flexibility is a key aspect to move forward and reach a sustainable, secure, reliable and efficient energy matrix for all the APEC economies. Besides, the sharing of experiences and the building of strong links among the economies of the region is of high relevance to enable economies to identify the best solutions for their own specific challenges. 

In addition, early recognition of technological solutions to supply flexibility will create new market opportunities for those economies that want to be involved in the chain of value of these new solutions, this is, participating as technological vendors, project developers, investors or technical and regulatory consultants. This early analysis brings a relevant opportunity for APEC member economies that may be interested in developing or implementing new technologies and solutions. 

Therefore the objectives of this proposal are closely aligned with the APEC goals and objectives for capacity building, especially in terms of the goal of attaining sustainable growth.  In terms of the objectives for capacity building,  the issues to be addressed through this project are relevant to achieving long term goals such as sustainable energy development by building capacities that are needed to increase the participation of variable renewable energies in power systems.  Finally, the project takes into account the APEC operational principles for capacity building, and it can be highlighted that it forms part of a long-term effort to reach the renewable energy doubling goal, it addresses a regional need and plans to take into account the circumstances of specific economies, the summary report will support replicability, the focus is innovative given that this emerging issues has not been addressed in-depth before through APEC projects (to our knowledge), among other elements.

Objectives

In the context of the technological challenge regarding flexibility for power systems, the project seeks the following main goals:

1) Create a space for sharing knowledge and experience about cross-cutting technological alternatives to provide flexibility to the electric systems, in order to accelerate the deployment of solutions. Considering the broad range of new alternatives of flexibility, which are in different stage of development, it is necessary to share the information along the participants.

2) Present the experiences of economies and share the learnings about the deployment of solutions related with power systems flexibility. This goal will provide critical information for those economies interested in get involved in the development in new technology, as well as those interested in applying it.

3) Develop recommendations based on international experiences related to the critical aspects in market and regulatory challenges that may be of relevance to economies in order to encourage flexibility under specific conditions. Even when the regulatory framework is economy specific and highly depends on the conditions of each system, it is relevant to identify critical aspects that individual economies need to take into account to develop a proper regulatory framework to encourage flexibility.  The recommendations will be included as part of the summary document.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  By increasing knowledge, reviewing experiences and developing recommendations related to international experience and best practices, the project will contribute to attaining the APEC regional aspirational goals on energy intensity and renewables by supporting a greater flexibility of the electric systems. 

Alignment – Forum: The Vision Statement established in the EWG Strategic Plan for 2014-2018 states that “We envision an APEC region that has strong energy security and energy efficient and sustainable communities, and that strives for the development of cleaner energy resources…”. In addition, it highlights the relevance of energy security and the transition to a lower-carbon economy and envisions an APEC Region that will “…continue to be an innovation hub with a skilled workforce for cutting edge renewable and energy efficiency technologies and supportive policies in areas of power generation and distribution,…”  Finally, the Strategic Plan states that the EWG will achieve its mission through workshops, seminars, exchanging views, as well as dissemination of information, as well as other activities. 

Furthermore, the current Energy Working Group’s Work Plan responds to specific priorities from Leaders and Ministers, which include strengthening energy security, improving energy access, as well as advancing clean and renewable energy, among other issues.  As stated in the Work Plan, “the EWG is accelerating efforts on renewable energy to help meet the aspirational goal endorsed by the Leaders’ in 2014, i.e. to double the share of renewable energy within APEC’s energy mix, including in power generation, by 2030 over a 2010 baseline.” 

As economies seek to support greater sustainability in the energy sector through improved energy efficiency and increased renewable energies, common challenges related to power system flexibility will be faced.  Economies will need to understand the technological alternatives that can provide this flexibility, as well as their cost, benefits, scopes and trends. This key area of energy system design is quickly evolving, and therefore it is an important area of capacity building within the Asia-Pacific Region. The understanding of these alternatives affects directly the future development of the electric system in each economy, open possibilities to the creation of new industries, and it is the grounding to formulate a proper regulatory framework. 

In this sense, the project proposal is aligned with both the EWG Strategic Plan and Work Plan.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: The main outputs of this project will be developed in a: 

A two-day seminar to be held in Chile, where the state of the art of technological alternatives to provide system flexibility will be presented. Experts will present analysis on options for providing system flexibility, and experts as well as economy participants will discuss the state of the art and experiences in the APEC region and some APEC economies. The seminar is intended to include experts in technologies at different stages of development, as well as representatives of public sector with experience in including these new technologies in the local market and the regulatory framework  The Project Organizers intend to include 5 international expert speakers, as well as local experts. 

In this seminar different topics will be discussed about system flexibility for integration of renewables: Technological options and prospective, market solutions (ancillary services market), regulatory changes and reforms and study cases. The attendants will be government officials, regulators, technology vendors, project developers and investors from APEC economies. The agenda will be mainly one and half day for presentations and half day for discussion. The first day will be for presentations about the technological and market design challenges associated with flexibility. The second day will be for presentations about regulatory reforms and study cases, and finally some discussion panels with the audience. This seminar will help to establish priorities, understand the regulatory and technological situation about flexibility in APEC economies. This information will be directly used in the summary report where some recommendations for flexibility integration in APEC economies will be included. 2.  A summary report will be produced based on the Seminar presentations and discussions, which will include the international experience in the field and best practices discussed during the Seminar in addition with some general recommendations based in the experience gained for APEC economies and presented during the seminar, in order to guide regulatory and market evolution processes. For example, the report could include market design recommendations or technical standards for flexibility to facilitate the development of an Ancillary services market for renewable integration in APEC economies.  The Summary Report will be an APEC publication, and will have the purpose of disseminating the Seminar’s materials and recommendations based on the discussions among a wider audience of technical experts and international institutions. The report is expected to be 10-15 pages (with links to the expert presentations) and include 5 recommendations.

This seminar will also allow networking between speakers and participants to exchange technical information, opinion and experiences on flexibility, considering that this field is currently under discussion in the global scene.

Outcomes: The proposed seminar will allow the participating economies, as well as local Chilean participants, to begin or continue to advance in the development of policies or specific measures that promote flexibility in electric systems, including in the areas of development of the workforce and infrastructure related to new technologies that can provide this flexibility, and the regulatory framework to include these new technologies on the market. It is expected that the participating economies, starting from what is presented in the seminar, will obtain additional inputs to update and improve the economies' regulations regarding flexibility, which will allow the opportunity to increase the renewable energy share and promote a low-carbon energy matrix. 

We expect that the information shared and the contact network formed during this seminar will be a concrete contribution to APEC and the Energy Working Group’s continual work in the area of low-carbon development.

Beneficiaries: The beneficiaries of this project will include the members of the APEC economies and Chilean participants involved in plans and policies of low-carbon energy development, and that will need to increase the flexibility of their systems. Also, economies and industries interested in developing new technologies that can provide flexibility will benefit, like for example electricity generation technology vendors, telcom providers, project developers among many others, getting involved in the chain of value of this new solutions. Additionally, the academia will be beneficiated with the identification of new research fields related with this topic, specially researchers focused in market design and regulation or in technical and dynamic impacts of renewables in the power system. Furthermore, Special attention will be given to include female speakers and participants. 

This information should inform decision making within economies to increase the share of renewable energy and evolve to a low-carbon energy matrix through increasing the system flexibility. The general public in the APEC region will be the long term beneficiaries as they will benefit from more informed decision making, technological development opportunities, and new employment opportunities associated with new technologies to provide flexibility within the APEC economies. 

Within the public sector the target audience will include participants in the energy sector within the decision-making line, as well as, the decision-makers in universities and technical training centers in related careers.

Dissemination

The dissemination material will consist of a summary report , including the contents of expert presentations and materials, as well as the different analysis carried through the seminar like the review of international experiences and critical aspects that should be taken into account for regulatory and market discussion. The material will be made available to the general public free of charge through the internet, although the intended audience are technical experts involved in this field and international institutions as mentioned before (Technology vendors, academic researchers, governments officials, regulators and more). The material will be used to produce a summary report that will be an APEC publication, uploaded on the APEC Publication website . For example, the presentations could be made available on the Chilean Ministry of Energy’s website, as well as other appropriate APEC-related websites, if possible. If technically and logistically possible, the seminar will be streamed or the videos of the presentation will be available on the Internet. APEC dissemination guidelines will be followed. 

Also, the main results of this project will be presented to the Energy Working Group in Chile in October-November 2019.

Gender

Women will be encouraged to participate in all aspects of this project. Women are involved in the design of this project and we will continue to seek the involvement of women in the planning and implementation of the project. 

Gender specific impacts will be addressed as part of the ex-post survey and female speakers will be sought as possible. A seminar session will include illustrating to the participants how the gender perspective can impact the training of women new technologies to provide flexibility and the infrastructure required to meet the different patterns of women in relation to the men. We will make all efforts to promote the participation of women, including through our network of contacts who have worked with our Ministry to organize recent activities focused on women in clean energy. 

In addition, the project proponents will ensure that the evaluation forms to be distributed at the end of the seminar will include information on gender for disaggregating of data for project assessment and will help in evaluation of specific responses of women and men.

Work Plan

Timeline

Tasks

Deliverables

Stage 1 Project Planning

(November 2018 – March 2019)

- Development of the seminar agenda

- Identification of experts and potential participants.

- Preliminary planning with regards to logistical issues

- Preliminary Agenda

Stage 2 Logistical

Arrangements

(April - June

2019)

- Preparation and sending of invitations, as well as follow-up

- Confirmation of logistical arrangements (seminar location and logistical needs identified)

- Invitations prepared and sent

- Seminar location selected and logistical needs coordinated

Stage 3 Finalization of Preparations

(June – July 2019)

- Confirmation of participants and Speakers

- Liaising with APEC members with regards to interests and additional relevant topics, including an ex-ante survey that will address interests and current knowledge 

- Elaboration of the definitive seminar Agenda

- Request to speakers to send their presentations one month in advance

- Direct efforts to obtain any remaining confirmations from speakers and participants

- Ex-ante survey

- Confirmed seminar agenda

- Compilation of presentations from speakers

Stage 4 Seminar Implementation

(August or September 2019)

- The seminar will be held for a period of two days, where some of the main issues will be: New alternatives to provide flexibility in electric systems, sharing best practices and recommendations based on international experience related to on critical aspects for regulatory actions, current & future technologies.

- Seminar held and completed

Stage 5 Final results and Dissemination

(August/September/

October 2019)

- Collection of feedback of the seminar through a follow-up (ex-post) participant survey, which will include the opinion of participants about the knowledge gained during the activity

- A summary report will be compiled with presentations, best practices and related recommendations identified and key findings for further dissemination.  Procedures applying to APEC publications will be followed.

- Endorsement and submission of the Completion Report and all supporting documents to the Secretariat

- Survey disseminated and results compiled

- Summary report compiled, endorsed and disseminated

- Presentations available

Stage 6: Participation in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat

(Second Semester 2020)

-Response to requests from the APEC Secretariat

Risks

Considering that the main activity of this project is a seminar, the main risk are: 

1) Possible speakers having calendar issues. To avoid this, arrangements of the seminar should be locked in at an early stage. 

2) Not all speakers provide presentations in a timely manner. To avoid this, we will be working closely with Secretariat, member economies and Energy Working Group to ensure timely submittal.  We will request that the speakers’ presentations be sent at least one month in advance (please refer to point 3 below). 

3) Information presented at the seminar is not of high quality. To avoid this, we will minimize this risk by working closely with the speakers to ensure they are well-informed. By requesting their draft presentations and/or thematic outlines several weeks before the seminar, the possibility that this risk will take place will be lowered. 

4) Low interest in participation. To avoid this, aside from the regular APEC nomination process, we will minimize the risk by continuing consulting with prospective economies about their interest in specific focused areas, encouraging the nomination of speakers, requesting comments on the topics of Agenda, and soliciting participation through various channels and opportunities such as discussing and promoting the Seminar in the EWG meeting(s), email and video conferences when needed. If insufficient nominations have been received, the EWG focal point from economies that could nominate speakers or travel-eligible participants will be contacted directly. Within Chile, invitations can be sent to public agencies as well as private institutions, including municipalities, universities, industries, as well as other relevant actors.  These actions will take place as part of Stages 1 and 2 of the timeline.

5) Duplication of work. To avoid this, we will be working closely with the relevant fora and review similar projects that have touched on the main theme before and fine tune the seminar topic to build on previous work and avoid duplication. 

6) Participants’ low ability to influence policies in favor of increased flexibility through new technologies in their economies after the completion of the project. To avoid this, invitations to the seminar would target participants of a certain seniority level. In the public sector, participants of energy sector, environment, economy and/or energy ministries within the decision-making line or those who work with senior decision makers are a target audience. 

7) Economies not applying knowledge learned or adopting recommendations from the project. The integration of renewables and the consequent flexibility needs in the system is widespread preoccupation today in the world up front the imminent climate change crisis. Unlike others topics, where promotion is a significant part of the job, here APEC economies are discussing and wondering how to introduce more renewables in their energy system and meet. For this, the risk addressed in this point is lower than in others fields. The recommendations that will be proposed in the summary report will help to make available the conclusions of the seminar and help to reach senior government officials.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The indicators of project impact will be:

1) Total number of economies represented: 10,The project budget considers the participation of 5 international speakers, as well as representatives of APEC travel-eligible economies (please refer to budget note).

2) Number of participants (and female participants) in the seminar: 60-80 participants in the Seminar, and 20% female speakers and participants .  The seminar will also include Chilean speakers and participants, and local Chileans are included in the expected total number of participants.

3) Number of Recommendations included in the Summary Report: At Least 5 recommendations. 

The estimated number of total participants in the seminar is 60-80 people in the initial sessions on the first day (APEC representatives and Chileans), with smaller and more dynamic groups during the second day.  Given the topics to be addressed, we estimate that at least 20% of the speakers total participants will be women, although we expect that the number of female APEC speakers and participants will be higher. We will make all efforts to promote the participation of women and improve the percentage of female participants, including through contacting and involving our network of professionals who have worked with our Ministry to organize recent activities focused on women in clean energy and promote the female participation in institutions and organization invited to the seminars. 

The ex-ante survey to be circulated among participants before the workshop will allow us to gather specific information regarding the areas of interest of female participants. In addition, the participants’ feedback, collected through a follow-up survey on the benefits they perceived from the project and how the seminar has impacted their ability to benefit from new technologies to supply flexibility to their systems, will be used as indicator of the project impact and success.

Linkages

The project organizers will review the results of previous APEC projects related to the achievement of the regional aspirational goals, to identify key issues related to system flexibility that can be addressed or built upon through this project. In this sense, this project will take into consideration and build on the findings of project EWG 11/2016A “Filling the Gap to Double Renewable Energy in the APEC Region”, which had the goal of contributing to develop a strategic roadmap that outlines a set of policy recommendations to accelerate renewable development in the APEC region. Relevant input form the EWG Projects “Research on Energy Storage Technologies to Build Sustainable Energy Systems” (EWG 04 2016A) and “Empowering a Distributed Energy Resource Future” will also be incorporated (EWG 11 2017 A). Input will also be requested from the Expert Group on New and Renewable Energy Technologies (EGNRET). 

Furthermore, the proposed seminar will ensure engagement between APEC and non-APEC member stakeholders given that the participants in the activity will represent a variety of sectors (academia, private companies, etc).  Opportunities to engage with the Clean Energy Ministerial’s work on flexibility of power systems will also be explored. 

Considering APEC’s focus on achieving the aspirational goal of doubling the share of renewable energies in the energy mix as well as the noteworthy role of APEC economies in technology development, we believe that APEC’s previous work in this area and the expertise of members make it an excellent forum in which to carry out this project.

Sustainability

The material from the seminar will be disseminated through the summary report (which will be an APEC publication), in particular the contents of experts presentations. The participants will be encouraged to further use of the material as a means for future actions to build up the respective mechanism and framework under their responsibilities, and an ex-post survey will provide insight into the application of the project materials/recommendations. The results of the project will be presented at the meeting of the APEC Energy Working Group in Chile in 2019, and it is expected that the material and recommendations will be useful to future work for both the EWG and member economies as input to advance towards the APEC goal of doubling the participation of renewables in the regional energy mix as well as individual economy goals. 

Further availability of seminar outputs will be made available to non-participants free of charge through the internet (for example, on the Chilean Ministry of Energy and APEC website and, if possible, on other associated websites), The process of reaching the outcomes of seminar will involve direct participation from the attending economies and this would serve to educate these candidates on succeeding the work in the future. The seminar would be a place to share information, best practices and recommendations among the participants and discussing future actions regarding the subjects included in the seminar. Participants will be encouraged to apply the lessons learned and further dissimilate the experience from the seminar in their economy. 

It will be encouraged that a cooperative network would be formed among the participants and speakers to enable future exchange of information and development of the work.

Project Overseers

Corissa Petro is the Deputy Head of International Affairs at the Chilean Ministry of Energy.  Her portfolio includes APEC and other multilateral international energy entities, as well as bilateral relations with Asia-Pacific economies. 

Francisco Martínez-Conde is a Professional of the Renewable Energy Division at the Chilean Ministry of Energy. His main work field is related with the analysis of renewable energy integration to energy matrix and flexibility of power systems. Also is involved in the regulatory discussion regarding renewable energy and flexibility.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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