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Energy consumption and measures to save power in facilities operated by ACUAMED, by Gabriela Ma±ueco, Acuamed

Aug 23, 2014

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Presentation on Energy consumption and measures to save power in facilities operated by ACUAMED, by Gabriela Mañueco, Acuamed at International at 2014 UN-Water Annual International Zaragoza Conference. Preparing for World Water Day 2014: Partnerships for improving water and energy access, efficiency and sustainability. 13-16 January 2014.

  • Energy consumption and measures to save power in facilities operated by ACUAMED
  • Energy consumption and measures to save power in facilities operated by ACUAMED M Gabriela Maueco Pfeiffer Gerente de Desarrollo Internacional Acuamed
  • INDEX 1. WHO IS ACUAMED 2. ACUAMED AS ENERGY CONSUMER 3. MANAGING ENERGY BUYING 4. VALUATING GREEN ENERGY 5. GREEN ENERGY FOR INFRAESTRUCTURES FINANCING
  • 1. WHO IS ACUAMED 100 % State Owned Company. Acuamed depends on the Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Ministry Objective Design, construction, operation, and acquisition of all kind of hydraulic works entrusted by the Council of Ministers. The management of contracts for studies, projects, construction, acquisition and operation of the works, as well as those preparatory, complementary, or derived activities from the previous works.
  • 1. WHO IS ACUAMED
  • 1. WHO IS ACUAMED WORKS OF ACUAMED. The works of Acuamed respond to the problems of the region ensuring a sustainable development by complying with the European and Spanish social, economic, and environmental legislation
  • 1. WHO IS ACUAMED Financial Resources
  • 1. WHO IS ACUAMED
  • 1. WHO IS ACUAMED Reuse 11 Desalination 13 Environmental improvements and protection against flooding 13 Improvement of infraestructure and management 18 Modernization of irrigation systems 2
  • 1. WHO IS ACUAMED Reuse 201 Desalination 1.640 Environmental improvements and protection against flooding 382 Improvement of infraestructure and management 1362 Others 96 Modernization of irrigation systems 39 Data in Million
  • GENERATION OF NEW RESOURCES. DESALINATION Number of works: 13 Total Investment: 1.640 million Generated Resources: 404 hm3 per year Use: Drinking water and agriculture These works are aimed at alleviating water deficiencies in the areas of the Mediterranean basin through the construction of 13 desalination plants. Nine of them are currently finished.
  • LARGE INFRAESTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT Number of works: 18 Investment : 1.362 million It is about improving urban distribution networks some of them associated to the optimal use of desalination resources . The most important works are: New water transfer Jcar-Vinalop (Alicante Valencia) Pipeline connectionTalave-Cenajo (Murcia) Pipline connection Negratn Almanzora (Granada - Almera) Pipline connection Cuevas de Almanzora reservoir-Poniente Almeriense (Almera)
  • GENERATION OF NEW RESOURCES. REUSE Number of works: 11 Investment: 201 million Provided resoures: 107 hm3 per year Users: Agriculture, sport facilities and environmental improvements. These works help to solve other problems such as overexploitation of aquifers through tertiary treatment in 10 wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) and improving pipelines and pumping stations in 13 WWTP.
  • ENVIRONMETAL IMPROVEMENTS AND FLOOD PREVENTION Number of works: 13 Total investment: 382 million The most important works are : - Enviromental recovery of the Segura River (Murcia) - Channeling and flood protection in Cartagena (Murcia) - Flood prevention in the Serpis River (Valencia) - Environmetal recovery of part of the Ebro River (Tarragona) - Conservation and improvement of delta of the Ebro River (Tarragona) - Decontamination of the Flix reservoir (Tarragona) - Channeling of Rambla Gallinera (Valencia)
  • IRRIGATION MODERNIZATION Number of works: 2 Investment: 39 million Irrigation modertization aims at optimizing water management, increase guarantee of resoures, and minimize consumption. The works consist in modernizacion of water infraestructure for irrigation in the Vega Alta (Murcia) and the main channel of Campo del Turia (Valencia)
  • INDEX 1. WHO IS ACUAMED 2. ACUAMED AS ENERGY CONSUMER 3. MANAGING ENERGY BUYING 4. VALUATING GREEN ENERGY 5. GREEN ENERGY FOR INFRAESTRUCTURES FINANCING
  • Part of the infrastructure built by Acuamed are nowadays being operated or with energy consumption. ENTRUSTED OPERATED OR WITH ENERGY CONSUMPTION Desalination/Potabilisation 18 11 Reuse 16 7 Large Infrastructure management 9 8 Modernization of irrigation 24 4 Environmental improvement and flood prevention 14 TYPE TOTAL 81 30
  • The main energy consumption is due to:
  • The actual power contracted by Acuamed is : 145 MW. This is the evolution of power contracted and a middle term estimation, we will reach 300 MW by 2020: 2011 2012 2013 110 MW 145 MW 195 MW ... 2020 305 MW
  • The energy consumption during 2012 reached: 132 GWh and it should reach 1.750 GWh by 2020. The energy consumption of hydraulic infrastructure is quite variable as it relies on the availability or not of water resources and associated water demand this graphic is also an estimation for the next years. 2011 2012 2013 100 GWh 132 GWh 354 GWh ... 2020 1.700 GWh
  • Acuamed has at the moment 131 supply points. Those points may be classified according to prices depending on: power, voltage and timetable : Type of Tariff N supply points Power % Consumption Characteristics Tariff 6 (6.3) (6.1) 18 6 12 144 MW 96 MW 48 MW 99% 81% 18% 6 time periods in 132 kV in 20 kV Tariff 3.0.1 40 0,5 MW 1% 3 time periods in 20 kV Low Volt. 94 0,5 MW 0% Different tariffs TOTAL 131 145 MW 100%
  • Those 131 are distributed geografically: Province N of supply points Power % Consumption Almera Murcia 43 42 24 MW 46 MW 17% 48% Valencia 17 48 MW 24% Madrid 15 0 MW 0% Alicante 9 24 MW 10% Albacete 3 2 MW 1% Mlaga 1 0 MW 0% Tarragona 1 0 MW 0% TOTAL 131 145 MW 100%
  • INDEX 1. WHO IS ACUAMED 2. ACUAMED AS ENERGY CONSUMER 3. MANAGING ENERGY BUYING 4. VALUATING GREEN ENERGY 5. GREEN ENERGY FOR INFRAESTRUCTURES FINANCING
  • As State Society Acuamed is subject to the Spanish Law for Contracts of the Public Sector, in particular to the Texto Refundido (TRLCSP) approved by Real Legislative Decree 3/2011, of November 14th 2011. The TRLCSP tries to guarantee the free concurrence and the transparency of the bidding procedures. The electrical energy quotes in markets variability. therefore its price has a great The TRLCSP does not include procedures allowing to optimize the purchase of energy. The procedures used for the purchase of energy may be: Auction Open procedure Agreement Negotiated with publicity
  • Acuamed uses the negotiated bidding with publicity which is only allowed for exceptional reasons. In this case the exceptional nature of the contract to bid comes from two aspects: A part of the price of the energy is regulated by the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism, and it is impossible to know its modifications in advance. The consumption of the energy in a certain period of time is not known beforehand, since it is subject to circumstances out of control of the State Society.
  • Characteristics of the bidding: Acuamed requires to bidding companies to provide a minimum of 750GWh in a year The term of the contract is 12 months. The modality of the asked for supply is of fixed price. A technical offer with the following content is requested: Procedures to solve incidences of invoicing Flexibility of the demand and management of the consumption Description model for the information for flexibility of demand Proposal for consumption management Improvements and additional services
  • The main landmarks of the hiring procedure are: 1.Opening of the administrative documents 2.Invitation to present the technical and economic documents to the admitted companies 3.Opening of the technical documents (Act witnessed by public notary) 4.Technical Valuation 5.Opening of economic proposals (Act witnessed by public notary) 6.Economic and total Score 7.Beginning of the process of negotiation with the three companies with the higher scores 8.Proposal of awarding to the Societys Office
  • The valuation of offers is made with the following criteria: Technical offer: 20% 14%: Proposals of flexibility of demand 3%: Additional proposals of improvements and services 2%: Model, content and frequency of information 1%: Systematic resolution of invoicing incidences Economic Offer: 80%