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  • 1. Slide 1 Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center Sylvia Wower DVIRC 2905 Southampton Road Philadelphia, PA 19154 The Navy Yard Building 100 Innovation Center 4801 S Broad St, Suite 100 Philadelphia, PA 19112

2. Slide 2 U.S. Smart Grid research indicates that the leading players in the smart grid value chain include a wide range of vendors, power providers, investors, regulators, government agencies, research institutions, and standard-setting organizations that span various market segments. These businesses can be described as follows, with a few examples in each case: Legacy power firms that have traditionally provided electric equipment and are now involved in smart grid-related hardware, software and services (ABB, GE, Cooper Power Systems, S&C Electric Company) IT firms that provide communications, networking, and data management (Cisco, IBM) Communications firms that provide products for advanced metering infrastructure (Motorola, Silver Spring Networks, SmartSynch, Trilliant) Meter hardware firms that provide smart meters (Itron, Landis+Gyr, Sensus) Energy services firms that provide curtailment services to reduce peak demand (Comverge, Constellation Energy, EnerNOC) Energy management firms that provide automation, monitoring, and control systems for buildings (Honeywell, Johnson Controls, Schneider Electric) Telecom service firms that provide cellular network access (AT&T, Sprint, Verizon) System integration firms that help manage data from millions of smart devices (Accenture, Capgemini, SAP) 3. Slide 3 Research related to this project has found that manufacturers from the following SIC and NAICs codes would prove as potential supply chain partners to Americas growing smart grid needs. NAICS Codes 221122 Electric Power Distribution 237130 Power and Communication Line and Related Structures Construction 237990 Other Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 238210 Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors 331422 Copper Wire (except Mechanical) Drawing 333611 Turbine and Turbine Generator Set Units Manufacturing 334111 Electronic Computer Manufacturing 334112 Computer Storage Device Manufacturing 334119 Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing 334210 Telephone Apparatus Manufacturing 334220 Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless Communications Equipment Manufacturing 334290 Other Communications Equipment Manufacturing 334411 Electron Tube Manufacturing 334413 Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing 334419 Other Electronic Component Manufacturing 334513 Instruments and Related Prod. Manufacturing for Measuring, Displaying, and Controlling Industrial Process Variables 334514 Totalizing Fluid Meter and Counting Device Manufacturing 334515 Instrument Manufacturing for Measuring and Testing Electricity and Electrical Signals 334519 Other Measuring and Controlling Device Manufacturing 33531 Electrical Equipment Manufacturing 4. Slide 4 Research related to this project has found that manufacturers from the following SIC and NAICs codes would prove as potential supply chain partners to Americas growing smart grid needs. NAICS Codes (continued) 335313 Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus Manufacturing 33591 Battery Manufacturing 335921 Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing 335931 Current-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing 35931 Current-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing 423610 Electrical Apparatus and Equipment, Wiring Supplies, and Related Equipment Merchant Wholesalers 423690 Other Electronic Parts and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers 423830 Industrial Machinery and Equipment Merchant Wholesalers 517919 All Other Telecommunications 518210 Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services 541330 Engineering Services 541512 Computer Systems Design Services 5. Slide 5 Research related to this project has found that manufacturers from the following SIC and NAICs codes would prove as potential supply chain partners to Americas growing smart grid needs. SIC Codes 16299905 Power plant construction 17310000 Electrical work 333570000 Nonferrous wiredrawing and insulating 35110000 Turbines and turbine generator sets 3570102 Fiber optic cable (insulated) 35710000 Electronic computers 35720000 Computer storage devices 35770000 Computer peripheral equipment 36130000 Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 36130200 Panel and distribution boards and other related apparatus 36290000 Electrical industrial apparatus 36430000 Current-carrying wiring devices 36610100 Telephones and telephone apparatus 36690000 Communications equipment, nec 36630000 Radio and t.v. communications equipment 36740000 Semiconductors and related devices 36740306 Solar cells 36790500 Electronic switches 36910000 Storage batteries 38230000 Process control instruments 38240101 Gasmeters, domestic and large capacity: industrial 6. Slide 6 Research related to this project has found that manufacturers from the following SIC and NAICs codes would prove as potential supply chain partners to Americas growing smart grid needs. SIC Codes (continued) 38250000 Instruments to measure electricity 38250305 Electrical power measuring equipment 38290000 Measuring and controlling devices, 48999901 Data communication services 49110000 Electric services 50630000 Electrical apparatus and equipment 50650200 Communication equipment 50840000 Industrial machinery and equipment 73720000 Prepackaged software 73730000 Computer integrated systems design 73730200 Systems integration services 73760000 Computer facilities management 87110000 Engineering services 7. Slide 7 Opportunities for a diverse array of manufacturers exist across several key areas exist for Smart Grid Supply Chain areas. Emerging advancements are taking root in areas related to the below listed categories. As each technology segment begins to root itself in the North American market, small and midsized manufactures stand to benefit from involvement in the supply chain of the following: Transmission Enhancement Applications Distribution Grid Management Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Wide Area Monitoring and Control Commercial, Industrial or Residential Building Energy Management Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Information and Communication Technology Integration Renewable and Distributed Generation Integration 8. Slide 8 Transmission Enhancement Applications Transmission Enhancement Applications are the technologies that enable transmission networks to be more controllable, maximize power transfer, reduce I transmission losses and decrease the risk of overloads. These Technology Categories on were drawn from IEA, 2011, based on DOEs National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST.) 9. Slide 9 Distribution Grid Management Distribution Grid Management systems combine sensor technologies and automation to continuously maintain voltage levels, locate faults, reconfigure feeders and control distributed generation for optimal performance. These Technology Categories on were drawn from IEA, 2011, based on DOEs National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST.) 10. Slide 10 Wide Area Monitoring & Control Wide Area Monitoring and Control systems help monitor, control and optimize the powerr system over large geographic areas, avoiding blackouts and facilitating the use of renewables. Advanced system analytics generate data used to inform decisions and make systems more reliable. These Technology Categories on were drawn from IEA, 2011, based on DOEs National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST.) 11. Slide 11 Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) The foundation of the smart grid's two-way flow of data and the key to most smart grid efforts to date. It is the underlying infrastructure that combines smart meters, communications and data management. AMI involves a number of functions including smart meters, the network that transmits data, and the software to compile and manage the data. These Technology Categories on were drawn from IEA, 2011, based on DOEs National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST.) 12. Slide 12 Commercial, Industrial or Residential Building Energy Management Commercial, Industrial or Residential Building Energy Management is a phrase used to describe new technologies that include energy dashboards, smart appliances, local energy storage and various other networked solutions are an important part of smart grid Demand Response. These Technology Categories on were drawn from IEA, 2011, based on DOEs National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST.) 13. Slide 13 Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Electric Vehicle rely on energy storage in the form of advanced vehicle batteries. Connecting these vehicles to the grid for battery recharging requires infrastructure to handle billing, scheduling and other intelligent functions. These Technology Categories on were drawn from IEA, 2011, based on DOEs National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST.) 14. Slide 14 Information and Communication Technology Integration Information and Communication Technology Integration make it possible to integrate intelligence throughout the entire power system and to achieve real time, two- way communication in order to manage energy more effectively. These Technology Categories on were drawn from IEA, 2011, based on DOEs National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST.) 15. Slide 15 Renewable and Distributed Generation Integration Renewable and Distributed Generation Integration co

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