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REFERENCESHEET 2016

SMART GRID
AND BIG DATA
ANALYTICS
Table of Contents
2016 .................................................................................................................................... 1
1. Categorization of electricity customers based on the hourly consumption profile ..... 1

2015 .................................................................................................................................... 1
1. Over-arching tariff-analysis in the Trollhttan distribution grid ..................................... 1
2. Energy storages in national grid ....................................................................................... 2
3. The metering-data structure of the future ........................................................................ 2
4. ICT architecture .................................................................................................................. 2
5. Data analysis of electricity portfolio mapping and forecasting temperature
sensitive consumption ....................................................................................................... 3
6. Market creator (business development) ........................................................................... 3
7. Tariff-synthesis ................................................................................................................... 3
8. Mapping and analysis of the Swedish market for electricity-meters ............................. 4
9. Local electricity production on the island Utklippan in the Karlskrona archipelago ... 4
10. Tariff analysis in a distribution grid .................................................................................. 4
11. Functionality requirements on electricity meters ............................................................ 5
12. Simulation of the production from a solar thermal collector at Drottningholm castle . 5
13. Cap of revenues-application for LEVA in Lysekil ............................................................ 5
14. Demand Response World Forum, Los Angeles ............................................................... 6

2014 .................................................................................................................................... 6
1. Hourly metering for DSOs.................................................................................................. 6
2. Energy Storages on national grid level ............................................................................ 6
3. Analysing the impact of Smart Grid on different voltage levels in an electricity
network ................................................................................................................................ 7
4. Demands and challenges for the distribution and transmission grids of the future,
from a Smart Grid perspective .......................................................................................... 7
5. The future network operation centre ................................................................................ 8
6. Offgrid PV-production - ECOtainer ................................................................................... 8
7. Regulation, roles and markets models ............................................................................. 8
8. Demands and challenges for the distribution and transmission grids of the future .... 9
9. Smart metering and smart metering functions ................................................................ 9
10. Implementation of the Sweco-concept SymbioCity in Angola .................................. 10
11. A rate-plan tariff assessment tool for a distribution grid company ............................. 10
12. Demand Response World Forum, Los Angeles ............................................................. 11

2013 .................................................................................................................................. 11
1. Big data analytics the key to finding the business case in Smart Grids .................. 11
2. Big Data: Simulation and analysis in order to enhance the business ......................... 11
3. Simulation of PV-production in an off-grid croft ........................................................... 11
4. Smart grid workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa ................................................... 12

2012 .................................................................................................................................. 12
1. Assessing a large portfolio using big data analytics .................................................... 12

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2. Consequences of different tariff options for distribution grid companies and their
customers ......................................................................................................................... 12
3. Impact of smart grid for customers ................................................................................ 12
4. Tariff analysis of 50A customers .................................................................................... 13
5. Calculation of losses in a distribution grid .................................................................... 13

2010-2011 ......................................................................................................................... 14
1. Smart Grid simulation ...................................................................................................... 14
2. Smart Grid on the Faroe Islands ..................................................................................... 14

2016
Categorization of electricity customers based on the hourly consumption profile

SW ECO
Over-arching tariff analysis in the Trollhttan distribution grid
Energy Storages on national grid level
The metering-data structure of the future
ICT architecture
Data analysis of electricity portfolio - mapping and forecasting temperature sensitive consumption
Market Creator (business development) 2015
Tariff synthesis
Mapping analysis of the Swedish market for electricity meters
Local electricity production on the island of Utklippan in the Karlskrona archipelago
Tariff analysis in a distribution grid
Functionality requirements on electricity meters
Cap of revenues-application for LEVA in Lysekil
Simulation of the production from a solar thermal sollector at Drottningholm castle
Demand Response World Forum, Los Angeles

Hourly metering for DSOs


Energy Storages on national grid level
Analysing the impact of smart grid on different voltage levels in an electricity network
Demands and challenges for the future distribution and transmission grids, from a Smart Grid perspective
The future network operation centre 2014
Off-grid PV-production - ECOtainer
Regulation, roles and market models
Demands and challenges for the future distribution and transmission grids
Smart metering and smart metering functions
Implementation of the Sweco-concept SymbioCity in Angola
A rate-plan tariff assessment tool for a distribution grid company
Demand Response World Forum, Los Angeles

Big Data anaytics - the key to finding the business case in Smart Grids 2013
Development and synergies of Smart Grids
Simulation of PV-production in an off-grid croft
Smart Grid workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa

Assessing a large portfolio using Big Data analytics


Consequences of different tariff options for distribution grid companies and their customers 2012
Impact of Smart Grid for customers
Tariff analysis of 50A customers
Calculation of losses in a distribution grid

2010-2011
Smart Grid simulation
Smart Grid on the Faroe Islands

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2016
1. Categorization of electricity customers based on the
hourly consumption profile
Date: 2016 ongoing
Mini-abstract: To categorize electricity customers based on annual consumption or fuse
size was a fair approximation when only monthly consumption data was available. But with
the progress of hourly metering for all types of customers it becomes possible to study and
charge the customer based on their hourly consumption profile. This study follows from the
conclusions of the Energiforsk-project Synthesis of Electricity Tariffs where it became
apparent that customers with the same subscribed fuse-size didnt necessarily have similar
consumption patterns. By using Big Data-analysis of real customer consumption data from
distribution grids all over Sweden, knowledge regarding how the current common practice
of categorizing customers within the industry (utilities and retailers) reflects the detailed
picture for each customer and the costs they cause, as well as suggest how a future
categorization based on the consumption pattern of each individual customer can look like.
The aim is to integrate how the customer gets incentivized in this categorization, and
thereby aiding the creation of more efficient tariffs.
Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink
Martin Nilsson

2015
1. Over-arching tariff-analysis in the Trollhttan
distribution grid
Date: 2015 2016
Client: Trollhttan Energi Elnt AB
Mini-abstract: Comparative analysis of revenues in the grid of Trollhttan depending on
different choices of tariff and feed-in tariff. The shaping of the tariffs are done by analysing
approximately 6 000 customers with hourly metering. Effects of weather, demand
response, electric vehicles and distributed solar power are also investigated.
Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink
Martin Nilsson

1 (14)
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2. Energy storages in national grid
Date: 2014 ongoing

Client: Svenska Kraftnt, Swedish national grid

Mini-abstract: Energy Storages on national grid level (TSO). A detailed description


concerning technicians, suppliers and realistic assessment of energy storage applications
on TSO level. Examples of applications that could be frequency control. In addition, work
will touch and exemplify how energy storage is becoming a part of the energy system in
world. The work includes the assessment of different applications (as above) can be
combined in an economically advantageous manner.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Andrea Badano
Jakob Helbrink
Martin Nilsson
Martin Grling
Farzad Mohseni

3. The metering-data structure of the future


Date: 2015 - 2016

Client: Mlarenergi Elnt AB

Mini-abstract: Metering-data can constitute a foundation for increased knowledge and


basis for decision-making. Mlarenergi Elnt is within their 2 Smart-programme amongst
other things exploring how the operation and processes within a utility company can use
metering-data as input. Among other things, the project is to conduct loss-calculations as
well as recalculation of revenues.

Project participants:
Jakob Helbrink
Magnus Lindn

4. ICT architecture
Date: 2015

Client: KIC InnoEnergy

Mini-abstract: ICT Architect for a Smart Grid- and intelligent power control operations to
be formed using incubating or alumni KIC InnoEnergy GreenTech and CleanTech start-up
companies. Details covered by NDA and references available on request and by pre-
screening only. ICT architecture for buildings, farms, industry and airports. Cloud software
solution and hardware inventory, communication protocol selection for smart home
platform. IEEE and ITU Smart Cities standards.

Project participants:
Jakob Helbrink
Magnus Lindn

2 (14)
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5. Data analysis of electricity portfolio mapping and
forecasting temperature sensitive consumption
Date: 2015

Client: Electricity retailer, Sweden

Mini-abstract: A data analysis on temperature sensitivity was conducted on historical


consumption data (2010-2015) for 18 000 end-consumers. The client is a well-established
electricity retailer. The consumers ranged from 200-150 000 kWh/year in consumption,
and spanned between apartments, residential, commercial and industrial. A data analysis
of consumption pattern and temperature sensitivity was conducted in order to assess the
electricity consumption during a normal year, and the anticipated consumption (per
month) for the coming 12 months. The output was a forecast tool per month, and per
portfolio type.

Project Participants:
Jakob Helbrink

6. Market creator (business development)


Date: 2015

Client: KIC InnoEnergy

Mini-abstract: Business development within IT and power market (including distribution,


retail and balancing markets). The final product was a concept for a turn-key concept, and
a new innovative product. The business case was assessed and tailored for the Swedish
market, however could in principle be applied on other markets.

Project participants:
Jakob Helbrink
Magnus Lindn

7. Tariff-synthesis
Date: 2015

Client: Energiforsk AB

Mini-abstract: How does the revenues of utility change when the customers become more
energy efficient? By order of Energiforsk, Sweco investigated this more closely by
developing a new analysis-model. With this model it was possible to investigate how a
change in the pattern of electricity-use among the customers will affect both the revenues
of the utility as well as the costs for the customers. The changes in electicity use that were
analysed covered increased demand response and a large-sclae roll-out of EV. and PVs.
All the analysis was conducted assuming the DSO used one of six different tariff with
various compositions including power- and/or energy fees, time-differentiation as well as
other dynamics.

Project participants:
Jakob Helbrink
Magnus Lindn
Martin Nilsson
Mikael Andersson

3 (14)
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8. Mapping and analysis of the Swedish market for
electricity-meters
Date: 2015

Client: Confidential

Mini-abstract: Mapping and analysis of the Swedish market for electricity-meters starting
from Swecos knowledge of the current and historical situation. What is the driver for a
meter-change from a regulatory, technical and customer perspective? Economic
incentives, profit and depreciation are parts of the study.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Erica Edfeldt
Martin Lagerholm

9. Local electricity production on the island Utklippan in


the Karlskrona archipelago
Date: 2015 - ongoing

Client: The National Property Board of Sweden

Mini-abstract: Today, the island of Utklippan is connected to the mainland electricity grid
by a land-cable. The cable is in poor condition and it is uncertain how long it will last. The
project will investigate alternative means for electricity-provision through solar, wind and
wave power, as well as additional support from fuel cells and energy storages.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn

10. Tariff analysis in a distribution grid


Date: 2015

Client: A distribution system operator

Mini-abstract: On the account for a DSO, several tariff-configurations for intermittent


renewable electricity production connected to the low-voltage distribution grid is analysed.
In conjunction to this, several different circuit diagrams and the resulting cost for the feeding
grid was investigated.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

4 (14)
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11. Functionality requirements on electricity meters
Date: 2015

Client: The Energy Markets Inspectorate in Sweden

Mini-abstract: Energy Markets Inspectorate (EI) has been commissioned by the


government to investigate and propose the functional requirements should be imposed on
electricity meters and related systems in the future. The Inspectorate will specifically
analyse the functional requirements should be to facilitate customer information, eg to
respond to market price signals where customers have easy access to measurement tasks,
as well as other features that promote a reliable and efficient network operation, reduced
energy and greater integration of local production. The mission will carry out a cost / benefit
calculations of new functional requirements for electricity metering in Sweden.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Tobias Jakobsson
Erica Edfeldt
Martin Olin
Niclas Damsgaard
Eva Svanberg

12. Simulation of the production from a solar thermal


collector at Drottningholm castle
Date: 2015

Client: The National Property Board of Sweden

Mini-abstract: Simulation of the production from a solar thermal collector at Drottningholm


castle as an action on reducing conduit losses during the summertime and thereby also
reducing the environmental load (the conduit is heated with oil-boiler during summertime
since the heat output from the pellets-boiler is too large).

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

13. Cap of revenues-application for LEVA in Lysekil


Date: 2015
Client: LEVA in Lysekil AB
Mini-abstract: Assistance and calculation of cap of revenues for LEVA spanning the
regulatory period of 2016-2019. Interaction with the Energy Markets Inspectorate in
Sweden and tight co-operation with LEVA. The project gave good insight in processes and
strategic decisions.
Project participants:
Daniel Pogosjan
Jakob Helbrink

5 (14)
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14. Demand Response World Forum, Los Angeles
Date: 2015
Client: The Smart Grid Observer
Mini-abstract: Presentation about how Big Data tools can assist in tariff analysis.
Examples from projects conducted by Sweco.
Project participants:
Magnus Lindn

2014
1. Hourly metering for DSOs
Date: 2014

Client: Swedish Coordination Council for Smart Grid

Mini-abstract: Demand on hourly metering values for DSOs. Several studies indicate that
knowledge of energy creates awareness and thereby improve energy efficiency. Current
regulatory framework in Sweden requires hourly measurements at no extra charge if the
customer's electricity supply contract requires this type of measurement. This assignment
is to carry out a cost / benefit analysis of a changed regulatory framework that requires
hourly measurements at no extra cost to the customer without the requirement of an
electricity supply contract.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Martin Olin

2. Energy Storages on national grid level


Date: 2013 2014

Client: Svenska Kraftnt, Swedish national grid

Mini-abstract: Could energy storages be useful as:

relief for a limited period until reinforcements are completed


used for reserve and support of the network
frequency regulation?

Current situation analysis of techniques, potential system benefits and is it compatible with
the current regulation for the Swedish TSO to own energy storages.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Martin Lagerholm
Jakob Helbrink

6 (14)
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3. Analysing the impact of Smart Grid on different
voltage levels in an electricity network
Date: 2014

Client: Swedish Coordination Council for Smart Grid

Mini-abstract: At the system level, an increase in share of wind and solar power put
increased demands on the grid both domestically and through an increased need for
exchange with our neighbours. At the local level, an increase in share small-scale,
decentralized production, primarily from solar and wind power, leading to an increased
need for investment in the local networks, but also in regional networks. Furthermore, an
increase in percentage of electric cars, and other new electricity technologies, new
demands upon DSO-grid if many drivers recharge their cars at the same time.

Project participants:
Jakob Helbrink
Johan Bruce
Magnus Lindn

4. Demands and challenges for the distribution and


transmission grids of the future, from a Smart Grid
perspective
Date: 2014

Client: Swedish Coordination Council for Smart Grid

Mini-abstract: A continuation of the project Demand and challenges for the distribution
and transmission grids of the future (2014). The question formulation was; To what extent
can the future need for investment be avoided with the means of demand response and/or
energy storage? The savings and business cases for energy storage schemes, electrical
vehicles providing services and demand response were all assessed The analysis was
conducted on all three levels of the electricity grid; national, transmission and distribution
grid. The annual savings and increased efficiency due to Smart Grid applications was
presented in a final report.

Project participants:
Jakob Helbrink
Johan Bruce
Magnus Lindn

7 (14)
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5. The future network operation centre
Date: 2014

Client: Elforsk AB

Mini-abstract: Work in future operations centres will change with the new conditions
the Smart Grid will impose on the grid. To prepare for these changes are strategies for
operations in the operations centre front. In-depth strategies for functionality in system
support will be given extra focus.

Project participants:
Johan Claesson
Mrten Einarsson
Magnus Lindn

6. Offgrid PV-production - ECOtainer


Date: 2014

Client: The National Property Board of Sweden

Abstract: The project developed solution for distributed production consisting of a PV-
module, batteries and a fuel cell to manage electricity-supply in areas without connection
to the electricity grid.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn

7. Regulation, roles and markets models


Date: 2014

Client: Swedish Coordination Council for Smart Grid

Mini-abstract: An analysis of how different regulatory changes could be used to facilitate


and increase the interest for demand response.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Daniel Pogosjan
Johan Bruce

8 (14)
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8. Demands and challenges for the distribution and
transmission grids of the future
Date: 2014

Client: Elforsk AB

Mini-abstract: With a significant increase of intermittent distributed renewable energy


sources (mainly wind- and photovoltaic) considerable challenges will be put on the
transmission and distribution of electricity. Furthermore, with the introduction of
considerable electrical vehicles the usage of electricity for residential end-consumers will
be changed compared to todays situation. This study assessed the needs and challenges
on operating the electrical grids of the future, and what investments needs to be done in
order to ensure a safe and reliable operation of the grid. This study included a distributed
bottom-up approach, meaning that a single residential house was simulated, enabling the
model to include consumption, distributed generation (based on irradiation) and charging
of an EV. The aggregated result from the entire system (i.e. all consumers in a particular
distribution grid) was used to analyse tariffs, maximal power flow and energy volumes.

Project participants:
Jakob Helbrink
Johan Bruce
Magnus Lindn
Niclas Damsgaard
Katarina Yuen Lasson

9. Smart metering and smart metering functions


Date: 2014

Client: Swedish Coordination Council for Smart Grid

Mini-abstract: A report about status and development possibilities in the field of smart
metering.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Emma Ericsson
Martin Olin
Thomas Bergerham

9 (14)
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10. Implementation of the Sweco-concept SymbioCity
in Angola
Date: 2014

Client: Business Sweden

Mini-abstract: This objective of the delegation was to share the Swedish knowledge and
experience of sustainable urban development and to use this as a platform for mutual
discussions and application of the SymbioCity methodology of energy and urban planning
applicable for Angola. The Cazenga Sambizanga project involves creating sustainable
urban energy supply for the central districts. The area is 54 sq km. with approx. one million
inhabitants. The training targets twenty key persons from Angola requiring training and
capacity building within energy and holistic urban development.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Sofia Klugman
Jonas Jernberg
Bjrn Ekelund
Jakob Fries
Annika Brje

11. A rate-plan tariff assessment tool for a


distribution grid company
Date: 2013-2014

Client: Mlarenergi Elnt AB

Mini-abstract: Developing and implementing a software model tool for making revenue
assessments under different scenarios. The environments used were Lavastorm Analytics
Engine and MS Excel. As electricity usage is subject to change and variability, and with an
increasing share of distributed generation (e.g. roof-mounted PV-modules) the distribution
grid company needed a software tool for easily simulating different scenarios
(colder/warmer winter, high/low penetration of distributed generation, change in energy
usage, etc.). The model has support for a wide variety of parameters and variables such
as different penetration levels of distributed generation, colder/warmer climate, change in
electricity usage, different rate plans (subscription fee, power tariff fee and time
differentiated power fee/subscription fee). Furthermore, high-voltage consumer rate plans
are also possible to include in the simulations.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn

10 (14)
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12. Demand Response World Forum, Los Angeles
Date: 2014
Client: The Smart Grid Observer
Mini-abstract: Presentation with the name Creating Value in the Modern Energy Value
Chain. Big Data as tool for create better decision support. Examples from projects carried
out by Sweco.
Project participants:
Magnus Lindn

2013
1. Big data analytics the key to finding the business
case in Smart Grids
Date: 2013
Client: Sustainable Urban Smart Grids, Royal Institute of Technology
Mini-abstract: Lecture/education in question formulations related to smart grid and smart
metering.
Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

2. Big Data: Simulation and analysis in order to enhance


the business
Date: 2013
Client: Vattenfall Power Trading
Mini-abstract: Lecture with a Knowledge-oriented purpose for optimizing the electricity
supplier product wholesale-portfolio at Vattenfall Power Trading.

3. Simulation of PV-production in an off-grid croft


Date: 2013

Client: The National Property Board of Sweden

Mini-abstract: The project described data, methodology and results to be used as input
in a further study.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

11 (14)
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4. Smart grid workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa
Date: 2013

Client: Business Sweden

Mini-abstract: Moderation and giving the introductory presentation What is Smart Grid,
what is the advantage of it, what is the benefit for the customer. The goal was to identify
where the visiting companies were in the development-chain for electricity distribution and
to mediate knowledge about metering, regulation and the future in the shape of Smart
Grids.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Emma Carlmark

2012
1. Assessing a large portfolio using big data analytics
Date: 2012

Client: The National Property Board of Sweden

Mini-abstract: A large portfolio for a real-estate client was assessed using Big Data
Analytics. The portfolio has an annual electricity demand of 97 GWh, varying over ~500
sites. The project included both assessing the present power procurement and calculating
KPIs for each of these sites, and comparing a financial portfolio settlement with a share
portfolio share. Furthermore, Demand-Response was simulated and the business case
was assessed.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

2. Consequences of different tariff options for


distribution grid companies and their customers
Date: 2012

Client: The Energy Markets Inspectorate in Sweden

Mini-abstract: Consequences of different tariff options for distribution grid companies and
their customers. Simulation development and analysis of impact on +1000 customers on
hourly metering values. The result functioned as background-data for the Inspectorate
when analysing how the tariffs incentivises demand response.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

3. Impact of smart grid for customers


Date: 2012

12 (14)
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Client: The Energy Markets Inspectorate in Sweden

Mini-abstract: Responsible for developing a methodology for simulation of price and


demand response in order to maximize possible integration of wind power production.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

4. Tariff analysis of 50A customers


Date: 2012

Client: Falbygdens Energi AB

Mini-abstract: Tariff analysis regarding 50 amp customers. Simulation of revenue streams


with the objective to ascertain sustainable revenues when changing from fuse based tariffs
to power based tariffs. The results showed that the anticipated revenue was substantially
lower when real data was used in comparison to when a template-curve was used. The
explanation lies within what customers generally have a larger fuse than needed and that
the revenues tends to be over-estimated when this isn't taken into account.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

5. Calculation of losses in a distribution grid


Date: 2012

Client: Falbygdens Energi AB

Mini-abstract: Calculations using hourly metering values for customer and substations in
order to determinate grid losses to reduce operating costs.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink
Mrten Einarsson

13 (14)
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2010-2011
1. Smart Grid simulation
Date: 2010-2011

Client: Falbygdens Energi AB

Mini-abstract: Simulation of business models for energy storages and demand response
as part of developing the ability to connect additional renewable production mainly in the
form of wind power production. The project included dimensioning of an energy storage,
investigating different business models for demand response at end-users and more
efficient use of existing infrastructure facilitating new wind power connected to the grid.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn
Jakob Helbrink

2. Smart Grid on the Faroe Islands


Date: 2010-2011

Client: The Nordic Council of Ministers

Mini-abstract: A comparative study of energy storage in combination with wind power in


remote areas. The investigated case was the island of Mykines in the Faroe Archipelago.

Project participants:
Magnus Lindn

14 (14)
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