Project Title

Cooperative Study on Efficient Renewable Resources Integration and Distribution Technologies for Smart Grid Construction 

Project Year

2011   

Project Number

IST 01 2011A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Completed Project   
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Project No.

IST 01 2011A 

Project Title

Cooperative Study on Efficient Renewable Resources Integration and Distribution Technologies for Smart Grid Construction 

Project Status

Completed Project 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Energy Efficiency 

Project Year

2011 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

84,000 

Co-funding Amount

53,595 

Total Project Value

137,595 

Sponsoring Forum

Industrial Science and Technology Working Group (ISTWG) 

Topics

Science and Technology 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

Not Applicable / Other 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

Not Applicable

Proposing Economy(ies)

China 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Japan; Korea; Russia; Chinese Taipei; Thailand 

Expected Start Date

20/04/2011 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2012 

Project Proponent Name 1

Mr. Wu Jianrong 

Job Title 1

Director 

Organization 1

APEC Center for Technology Transfer(China) 

Postal Address 1

No.979 RenMin Rd. Suzhou, Jiangsu, P.R. China 

Telephone 1

+86 512 65240989 

Fax 1

+86 512 65240989 

Email 1

wlq@szkj.gov.cn 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

WU Liangqing 

Project Summary

Many member economies are relying on an outdated planned power grid infrastructure that limits its flexibility and puts citizens at risk. There is growing agreement among policymakers, business leaders, and other key stakeholders, around the idea that a Smart Grid is not only needed but well within reach. On the basis of close communication with projects and professionals in the Energy Working Group, this project will focus on the more technical and practical aspects of smart grid construction, namely the renewable resources integration and energy storage as well as instantaneous monitoring to help reduce carbon footprint and achieve a sustainable development. First, from April to December 2011, specific renewable resources integration and distribution technologies will be identified, a joint seminar and training will be organized. Then, from December 2011 to August 2012, Research conclusion and potential technology application will be finished.  And a meeting will be organized to promote the project outcome.

Relevance

Smart grid is closely related to a series of industries. Its construction involves advanced technologies of many fields from renewable resources synchronization into the grid, distribution circuit, metering infrastructure to energy storage, peak demand control and instantaneous monitoring and management etc.

In 2009 Leaders’ Declaration “We will advance work on sharing best practices in energy efficiency with a view to deploying cleaner and more efficient technologies,... We recognise the role of renewable energy in reducing emissions and encourage its development in the APEC region”. This project will also foster “Strengthening Economic and Technical Cooperation”, as a goal emphasized in 2009 Leader’s Declaration.

With wide participation of APEC economies in this project, not only the latest technologies would be studied and analyzed, the recommended technologies of renewable sources integration and customer-end management will also be utilized by prosperous enterprises to achieve the potential cooperation and technology transfer. Therefore, not only trade on high-technologies will be facilitated but energy efficiency and renewable energy technology will be enhanced.

Objectives

The main objectives of this project are as follows:

1) To analyze technologies on integration of renewable energy sources into smarter grid and give advice to stakeholders when the technologies are applied in practical projects;

Experiences of applying the technologies on renewable energies integration in the grid network will be shared among APEC economies. APEC developing economies will take the opportunity to enhance their capacity in the area.

2) To facilitate the reduction of energy wastage by encouraging projects with recommended technologies in this project to help achieve a low carbon society and safeguard the quality of life through sustainable growth.

Experimental application is to be expected to achieve this objective. The outcome of the project will be disseminated and enhance better understanding of the necessity of development of smart grid technology in realizing carbon emission reduction goal.

Alignment

The project aimed at “promoting sustainable growth”. In this research project, efficient renewable resources integration and distribution technologies will be studied and recommended to stakeholders and suitable technologies will be applied in a practical project. Energy efficiency will be strengthened when the renewable sources are better utilized and instantaneous management technologies are applied in a smarter grid. This objective is in line with “work on energy efficiency and renewable energy”, a key priority in the aspect of safeguarding the quality of life through sustainable growth.

With wide participation of APEC economies in this project, not only the latest technologies would be studied and analyzed, the recommended technologies of renewable sources integration and customer-end management will also be utilized by prosperous enterprises to achieve the potential cooperation and technology transfer. The promotion of new technologies into practical applications is making the mutual efforts as “promoting greater convergences among economies in key areas of APEC’s REI agenda, including services, investment, trade facilitation, and technical barriers to trade” in Regional Economic Integration aspect.

This project is created with full consideration of the Medium Term Workplan of ISTWG. In goals of ISTWG in 2010-2015, the first goal of the working group promote innovation in order to advance green growth and sustainable economic development” would be pursued in the whole process of the project implementation. When cooperative research are undertaken by experts from institutions as well as enterprises of a wide variety of APEC members, the second goal strengthen the link between scientific and technological research, innovation and commercializationcould be enhanced.

TILF/ASF Justification

The project will support the capacity building of APEC developing economies in these ways. One or two recommended participants from each APEC economy will receive a two-day training on frontier knowledge of smart grid. Wider range of participants will have access to the meeting held in China for introduction on the implementation of the whole project. More detailed information of the project and smart grid technology development can be found on the project website and copies of CD-ROM publication material.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

The intended beneficiaries of this project are:

1) Government departments and research institutions concerning smart grid construction and study in APEC region to be informed of the latest development and application;

2) Business sector which involves Intelligent Electric Meter, Intelligent Distributing Box Design, management system development will be aware of emerging technologies and their applications for participation in this newly developing industry;

3) Citizens would have the possibility to enjoy smarter grid products or experience when the recommended technologies applied into the practical projects.

The project is open to all APEC economies. The potential researchers or consultants of the project could be from Canada, Chinese Taipei, Thailand, United States and other economies. They will help to collect data and information available, analyze and do experiments on the technologies. In project outputs dissemination, invitations and letters will be sent to all member economies. APEC member economies can support the event by taking part in the promotion meeting. Researchers from all APEC member economies are welcome to contribute. The participants will be required to disseminate the outputs of the project and receive all APEC economies including developing economies’ feedbacks. The monitoring terms will be followed to ensure and support wider dissemination and more potential cooperative intent of technology application, especially in APEC developing economies.

These participants are expected to disseminate the output of this project, involving research report and cooperatively studied technology, to relevant institutions and companies in their economies. When knowing that the project studies technologies of smart grid construction, these institutions and companies are expected to learn the lessons from this project and exchange their technology demands if they have needs. We require the trainees to provide at least 5 feedbacks per person and encourage them to circulate all the outputs in their own economies. Furthermore, a certificate will be awarded to the trainees. For the participant or group does the follow-ups satisfactorily, the project overseer will introduce the experience with other participants and with wider audience in APEC working group meetings and other platforms.

Dissemination

A publicity plan to communicate the results or benefits of this project to others:

1) Final report uploaded to websites including APEC website


2) Publications and CD-ROMs distributed to government agencies, research
    institutions and business sectors in APEC region


3) Promotion meeting to disseminate the project outcomes, and the researchers,
    policy makers, Stakeholders of institutions from developing economies would be
    inspired by the project outcomes


4) Training session designed for capacity building of developing economies


5) News reported in newspapers


6) Regular briefings on the general process


7) Progress and outputs Sharing with contact including APEC fora, especially EWG or
    SCSC

Targeted audience of the project would involve:


1) Policy makers for future policy enactment,


2) Stakeholders of institutions and private sectors which involved Intelligent Electric
    Meter, Intelligent Distributing Box Design, management system development for
    decisions of projects concerning smart grid technologies,


3) Citizens would have the possibility to enjoy the better electricity and relevant
    products of the project when the recommended technologies applied into the
    practical projects in the long run.


Lessons from the project “Addressing Grid Interconnection Issues in Order to Maximize the Utilization of New and Renewable Energy Sources” by Japan, and from the project “Using Smart Grids to Enhance Use of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies” by the United States will be consulted. This project also supports both the short-term and long-term aspects of the APEC Energy Security Initiative by encouraging the development of renewable energy systems across all time frames.
There is no intention to sell outputs of the project. The Intellectual Property of the recommended technology belongs to the party which invents and has legal ownership of the technology.

Gender

This project provides benefits to both female and male. Women are involved in the planning and implementation of the project. Request will be sent to APEC contact point in each economy for encouraging women participants. Women experts are encouraged to be the researchers and consultants of the project. Women would also take part in setting up of web-supported network.

Women are actively participating in the whole process of our project. Here is the designed plan to encourage women’s participation.

Item

Total members

Female members

The executive team of the project

9

4

Experts consultation and research

We would ensure a 40% women researchers and consultants.

Working staff during the training and meeting

This working group would base on the staff of our center. We may hire a few extra hands at that time. We would safely ensure 50% women staff.

meeting and training participants

We would encourage women participation in the meeting and we may ensure a roughly 50% women participants.

Work Plan

The project will proceed in following stages:

1. Identifying specific renewable resources integration and distribution technologies and customer-end management technologies to be studied and detailed working timetable. (April 2011 to July 2011)

This project will focus on the technologies directly related to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) of smart-grid industries. To be more specific, the technologies on Intelligent Electric Meter, Intelligent Distributing Box Design, and Grid Networks Management System Development which are directly related to SMEs will be selected and studied. Seamless integration of renewable energy sources like wind and solar energy into the grid are one of the breakthroughs to address energy shortage problem. Instantaneous management devices which enable more customer choices and better experience are being developed with expectation of huge market potential. Thus the energy integration and storage as well as instantaneous monitoring will be the main focus of the project.

Experts from all APEC economies could contribute their valuable suggestions to the project planning. More participation of expertises of co-sponsors will be encouraged. And the researchers from developing economies would provide their suggestions on project planning and implementation.

The outputs of this stage will include the detailed timetable of the project, project team establishment and respective responsibilities.

2. Technologies studied following the timetable and experiments conducted to collect data and create prototype (August 2011 to December 2011)

Researchers from APEC member economies will be invited to participate in the project. Experts recommended by Canada, Chinese Taipei, Thailand, United States and other economies are expected. A comprehensive research report on these technologies will be developed. The researches would be organized in Suzhou Research Institute of North China Electric Power University (NCEPU) and the University of Western Ontario(UWO), etc. NCEPU, founded in 1958 and designated by the State Council as a key university in China in 1978. As one of the top university in Power Electronic Technology in China, it has greatly improved its academic programs especially in electric power and a complete educational system for bachelor’s, master’s and Ph.D. students has been firmly established. The University of Western Ontario (UWO) was founded in Canada in 1878. For many years now, UWO have been doing research on Power Electronic Technology and had a long-term cooperative relationship with APEC Center for Technology Transfer. With advanced facilities and abundant human resources, researchers will analyze and do experiments on the technologies and develop prototypes for systems helping realizing renewable energy integration and instantaneous management for smarter grid.

The participating experts and researchers of the project will take the opportunity to discuss their cooperative breakdown in the joint seminar. More involvement of APEC developing economies is encouraged by means of the training session in conjunction with the cooperative joint seminar. Some experts may participate in the seminar by means of telephone or email in case they are not available during the seminar.

In the meantime, one or two candidate recommended by each APEC developing economy will be funded to have the opportunity to receive a two-day training (including a field trip to smart grid infrastructure). The trainees will be required to disseminate the training lessons to stakeholders in their economy to further enhance the training outcome.

The outputs will include detailed research subject and breakdown, the training planning and feedback of the trainers and trainees.

3. Research conclusion and potential technology application (December 2011 to May 2012)

All the reports by researchers after finishing the experiments will be collected and concluded in the final report of the project. With the help of consultants, a concluding report will be disseminated among APEC region. Technologies with application potential will be promoted and introduced to relevant enterprises, especially energy integration and customer-end management technologies.

The recommended technologies will be send to contact point of developing economies and participating trainees and contacts of all economies to draw their interest in application of one or more technologies recommended. Efforts will be made to facilitate the recommended technologies to be applied in more economies. These efforts may not be limited to the schedule of this APEC project as the technology application takes much time and frequent communication between the cooperative parties. APEC Center for Technology Transfer will continue this work after the completion of the project. Citizens of APEC region could learn the experience of the project on smart grid and renewable energy integration from the project website and news from various media channels. More citizens would have the chance to enjoy better power grid functioning experience with more outcomes of the project coming into existence.

The outputs of this stage:

website column (http://www.apectt.cn/):  specially-assigned staff of APEC Center for Technology Transfer, will be responsible for its maintenance. This website column would be comprised of smart grid research reports and contact information of experts in this area from all APEC member economies. The long-term outcome of the project and following efforts after the project will be reflected on it.

project report, technologies recommended for application, list of trainees and their dissemination effort.

4. A meeting organized to promote the project outcome (May 2012 to August 2012)

To promote the project outcome, a meeting will be organized. The meeting will introduce the final report to all participants and success stories of the technology application to practical industries attributed to the project will be circulated. Researchers and experts will be invited to attend and give speeches in the meeting. The participants will involve stakeholders of governments, institutions and private sectors.  Media and participants from the developing economies will also attend the meeting. A field trip to one or more enterprises in application of such technology is expected.

Expertise and citizen will have more understanding of the project output and the applied technology.

The output of the project: the technology transfer meeting and project feedback.

Time

Task

Participants

April 2011 to July 2011

Project Planning

Experts from all APEC economies, suggestions from APEC developing economies

November 2011 (TBC)

Training Session

Trainees include funded participants (recommended candidates from APEC developing economies)

November 2011 (TBC)

Joint Seminar

Researchers and experts from APEC member economies

August 2011 to June 2012

Technology Researches

Researchers and experts from APEC member economies

March 2012 to August 2012

Circulation and facilitation of recommended technologies application

Contact of all APEC member economies, circulation to EWG, SCSC, etc.

Trainees and participants of the project

Contact of participating institutions including NCEPU ,UWO, etc.

May 2012 to June 2012

Promotion Meeting

Researchers and experts from APEC economies

Stakeholders of governments, institutions and private sectors of APEC region, and media

July 2012 to August 2012

Circulation and conclusion

Participants of the meeting, participating experts and participants mentioned above in the chart.

Risks

1. It is possible that experts or consultants are busy or on trip when arranging the joint seminar.

The participation in the seminar and research breakdown could be supported by the email and phone calls communication to exchange ideas.


2. The analysis could take long time to finish before the deadline.

The project organizer will contact the researchers constantly to ensure the completion of research before the deadline. Consultants and experts will be contacted on a regular base to ensure the finalization of the concluding report.


3. Low reception of the project output.

Active participation in the promotion meeting and training could be enforced in these methods:

a.   mass media publication of organization of the event.

b.   other promotion skills as brochures and emails, etc.

c.    participants in the training and meeting from APEC member economies are partly
      funded by APEC fund and other funds.

d.   co-sponsors of the project will be encouraged to recommend candidates to
      participate in the training and meeting.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Formal monitoring and evaluation of the project will follow the procedures set out in the ASF Monitoring and Evaluation Policies and Procedures. APEC Center for Technology Transfer, as the executing agency, will be responsible for the preparation of report submitted to APEC Secretariat.


The major project management indicators including time (whether project timetable is followed), project progress, contractor selection and assignment and project quality will be the main focus of monitoring. Project overseer will monitor these indicators on each stage and milestone of the project to ensure the project is right on track.

When the project is drawing a conclusion, in order to evaluate the project quality, we will collect the feedback and participant stats by both formal and informal communicative methods. Surveys and conversation will be resorted to collect the feedback and comments on the project event organization. Participant profiles will be created to track the further facilitation of progress in the project scope. Stakeholder information and website hits will be collected to identify and complement project impact of implementing project event, publication on media and website.

The specified monitoring items are required to fulfil:

- All the researchers and experts are justified to be specialists of smart grid field

- The methods for Implementation of the project have to be approved by Project Overseer and project consultants. The advice of APEC member economies including developing economies will be integrated into it.

- Every event or milestone, e.g. seminar or training session to be organized on time by schedule.

- Dissemination of the outputs of the project and receive feedbacks from member economies. It will be ensured no less than 100 feedbacks on the training session, technology application and meeting participants.

- Cooperative research report and recommended technology to be completed on time and circulated to relevant contact.

Linkages

This project directly supports the development of cost-effective renewable energy technologies that was supported in the Manila Action Plan for 1996 with a call for clean technologies that promote sustainable development. This project also supports both the short-term and long-term aspects of the APEC Energy Security Initiative by encouraging the development of renewable energy systems across all time frames. The project has been and will be circulated to other forums, especially energy working group. Lessons from the project “Using Smart Grids to Enhance Use of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies” by the United States has been will be consulted. And the project “Addressing Grid Interconnection Issues in Order to Maximize the Utilization of New and Renewable Energy Sources” by Japan will also be consulted, especially we have noticed one aspect of the project have connection with our project on the designing of management system of smart grid.


Relevant outcomes of the former project will be introduced to this project. However, unlike the former project, this project will focus particularly on the concrete technologies in renewable energy integration and customer-end management technologies. The recommended technologies will be closely related to and applied to SMEs and industries with technological developing engine.


This project will coordinate the development of smart grid construction in both developed and developing economies in APEC region. By including all APEC economies, this project provides a meeting to share the project outcomes and a training session to maximize the benefits to the APEC region as a whole, particularly to developing member economies. The participants from all APEC economies will have the chance to communicate on regular base via email, and the training session and the meeting would possibly be held on the both sides of Pacific Ocean for encouraging better engagement of all APEC economies in the project.


The recommended technologies will be circulated to APEC economies, especially those economies in need, probably developing economies. The cooperative researchers of the project from different APEC economies will provide technological support for application of the technologies. It is understood that the application of technologies could rarely avoid transfer of one or more intellectual properties. The application of one technology will not affect the ownership of these intellectual properties as the project will only encourage the application rather than sell one special technology. The participants of the project training session will be the contact network in APEC economies to facilitate the application of the technologies. 

Sustainability

The project will continue to foster the development of innovation of smart grid technology. News and breakthroughs of this area will be updated on the project website and introduced to relevant participants and stakeholders.

Stakeholders are encouraged to contribute their ideas on how to improve the project outputs and share ideas with each other, especially with network built up in this project.

In the project, trainees and participants will have gained much experience in the new technology area of smart grid. When appropriate candidate are selected, they will be required by Project Overseer to share the knowledge and lessons in the project with wider audience. The Project Overseer will send questionnaires and charts to monitor the follow-ups on how much more beneficiaries have helped and the work they have done in their respective economy. For the participant or group does the follow-ups satisfactorily, the project overseer will introduce the experience with other participants and with wider audience in APEC working group meetings and other platforms.

The second key objectives of the project “Addressing Grid Interconnection Issues in Order to Maximize the Utilization of New and Renewable Energy Sources” by Japan emphasizes “To identify solutions, best practices and research that address new and renewable energy grid-connection issues, including storage technologies, grid management techniques, and modelling tools” is closely related to our project.

Outcomes and suggestions of the former project “Using Smart Grids to Enhance Use of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies” offered by the United States, will be consulted in this project. On the other side, different from the former projects, our project will focus particularly on the specific technologies in renewable energy integration and customer-end management technologies rather than the whole structural grid networking. And the recommended technologies will be closely related to and applied to SMEs and industries with technological developing engine.


The benefits of the project will not only enhance and improve the smart grid research in developed economies, but more importantly, the developing economies will be exposed to the advanced technologies and successful policies of smart grid which they are not familiar with during the process of the project. Once segregated with the new development of smart grid, these developing economies in APEC region may not be fully capable of handling comprehensive problems in electric power grid. These economies are especially facing the challenges of the electric problems and are in need of first guidance and direction. The capacity of these economies will therefore be elevated during the whole implementation and communication process of this project, including suggestions gathering, training, circulation of outputs and recommended technologies, etc. The citizens in APEC region would also be possible to have benefits when the recommended technologies applied into the practical projects.


These methods will be taken to ensure the project will continue to have impact after the APEC funded project is completed. Further studies on smart grid construction technologies will be facilitated. Ministry of Science and Technology, China and Ministry of Finance, China have already started the planning of supporting research on smart grid. Project Overseer will direct APEC Center for Technology Transfer to take advantage of outputs of this APEC funded project and early engagement in studying the area to ensure participation and organization of new technology studies and technology transfer in this area. Lessons learned and technologies recommended in this project will be introduced to more people. A Research Institute on Smart Grid Technology of Zhejiang University is under planning with the participation of our APEC Center for Technology Transfer to be established in Suzhou, China. This research institute has envisioned to pour resources in smart grid technology development and to cooperate with APECTT in that area.

Project Overseers

Project overseer, Mr. Wu Liangqing, Researcher and Senior Engineer, now director of APEC Center for Technology Transfer, has much experience in technology transfer and project management. He was director of software industry development office and honorary professor of two universities. He has received Science & Technology Appraiser Certificate issued by MOST of China, and Enterprise Architecture Certificate, Software Management Certificate issued by Carnegie Mellon University, the US.

The participating researchers and consultants of the project are expected to be professors from North China Electric Power University, Western Ontario University of Canada, ITRI Chinese Taipei and prominent experts in smart grid technologies from the US and other APEC economies.

APEC Center for Technology Transfer (APECTT) is a non-profitable international scientific and technological intermediary agency, engaged in the business of technology transfer. APECTT provides services for foreign technologies or products to be introduced or popularized in Chinese market, and also providing consulting services for Chinese and foreign SMEs making investment in technologies or products that have been mature in international market with great market potential in China and conducting academic research concerning technology transfer.

Cost Efficiency

The project will support the capacity building of APEC developing economies in these ways. One or two recommended participants from each APEC economy will receive a two-day training on frontier knowledge of smart grid. Wider range of participants will have access to the meeting held in China for introduction on the implementation of the whole project. More detailed information of the project and smart grid technology development can be found on the project website. The recommended technologies will be send to contact point of developing economies and participating trainees and contacts of all economies to draw their interest in application of one or more technologies recommended. Efforts will be made to facilitate the recommended technologies to be applied in more economies. These efforts may not be limited to the schedule of this APEC project as the technology application takes much time and frequent communication between the cooperative parties.


In the course of project preparation, the event of the project including the training session, joint seminar of research experts are designed in consideration of the convenience of participants possibly could. All events will be implemented on a simple basis with no extravagant and unnecessary expenses.


With the outcome of the project, it will allow more efficient technologies to be applied in APEC region. The new technologies enabling the higher coverage of renewable resources would bring more and more efficient use of resources in the long term.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable

Direct Labour

Name

Research Institution

General Duties

Total Hours

Researcher

University of Western Ontario (TBC)

Do cooperative research on the project, and submit the research report and recommend technology.

120

Researcher

North China Electric Power University

Give advice on organization of the training. Do cooperative research on the project, and submit the research report and recommend technology.

180

Researcher

ITRI, Chinese Taipei (TBC)

Do cooperative research on the project, and submit the research report and recommend technology.

100

Translator a

Translation Company

Provide document translation service.

60

Translator b

Translation Company

Provide document translation service.

60

Short-term clerk a

Specialist in foreign affair communication

Organize the training and ensure the event to be carried out on plan.

80

Short-term clerk b

University

Provide service such as copy files, take pictures, give directions, etc.

110

Short-term clerk c

University

Provide service such as copy files, contact persons, receive and see off participants, etc.

110

Other director labour contractors including experts and consultants will be selected after the project officially kicks off.

Waivers

Not Applicable

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