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  • 1. Cisco Connected Grid:Smart Grid SolutionsEssam AbdElaal CCIE, 8624Solution Architect CENSU© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1
  • 2. Vision“Transform energy production,distribution and consumptionusing an end-to-end IPplatform to sustainably meetthe world’s future energyneeds. ”
  • 3. Control Center Substation Field Area Router Data Center Automation Home WAN - IP/MPLS Field Area Network Commercial & Industrial Enterprise/ Wireless WAN ICT© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 3
  • 4. Service Demand/Capacity Management Metering/Billing, Pricing Subscription Management, CIS Business Workflow, ERPMeasure/ Adv. Distribution Management Systems Service Control Outage Management Systems Asset Management, GIS Demand Response Meter Data Management IP Network Monitoring/TroubleshootingIP Network Fault, Event Management IP Network Image/Configuration Management Control Network Performance Management Identity, Access Control, Trusted Systems SCADA IEC 61850 SNMP XML DLMS/COSEM C12.22 Energy
  • 5. Connected Grid Architecture
  • 6. Reference Model• Describes the subject domain… in this case the power delivery chain• Actual architecture details networking each of the eleven tiers in this model• Results in a complete end-to-end architecture for converged power delivery chain communications• Framework for Integrating new ecosystem partners Integrating legacy devices Using existing products in new ways• Provides a platform for innovation
  • 7. Cisco Communication Infrastructure Vision Data and Control Center T&D Multi-Services Home and Substation and Generation Field Area Network Building Networks Field Area Traditional Core Product Portfolio Optimized Smart Grid Portfolio Network Portfolio Converged IP Network Routing, switching, wireless, Rugged routing, rugged switching, rugged Field Area Router, Connected Grid Cisco EnergyWise, unified communications, and data wireless, and physical security communication software stack, Connected Cisco Developer center virtualization Grid Network Management Network Substation Substation© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 7
  • 8. Cisco Solutions for Utilities Leadership in the Core… CGR/CGS, FAN,1 AMI, ASR Routing / Switching / Services / Security2 Collaboration TP, Quad, Cius, WebEx, IP Telephony3 Data Center / Virtualization / Cloud UCS, Nexus, Cloud Video Physical Security,4 Workforce Enablement Architectures for Business Evolution Gridonomics5 GridBlocks
  • 9. CustomerOver 200 Utility customers globally since the launch of our CGR/CGS in August 2010
  • 10. PartnerOver 100 channel partners in more than 30 countries
  • 11. Multi-Service Substation Architecture Control and Operations Enterprise Operations SCADA Cisco Enterprise and Data Center Solutions Cisco Network and Security Management IEC 61850 Substation Bus MPLS Substation Multi-Service Bus ESP for NERC/CIP compliance – perimeter for CCA maintained by CGR WAN Ethernet ring to help facilitate various traffic types w/logical segregation of station bus traffic. Substation Electronic Security Perimeter (ESP) Cisco 2010 Connected Cisco 2520 Connected Grid Router Grid Switches Substation Bus Multi-Service Bus SCADA Segment Local IED SegmentSubstation Data Gateway Multi-Service Enablement (FAN Aggregation, IP Telephony, Physical Security) Serial Relays IP Enabled IEDs Substation PSP © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 11
  • 12. Transmission & Substation Networks Wide Area Network / IP  Remote Engineering Access & Control Cisco CGR 2010  Physical and Cyber Security Compliance  Condition Based Maintenance Connected Grid Router  Substation Workforce Management Cisco CGS 2520  Leased Line Consolidation Connected Grid Switch  Interoperability Across Vendors© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 12
  • 13. Cisco CGR 2010: Connected Grid Router • Meets IEC 61850-3 and IEEE-1613 standards • Integrated security for NERC/CIP • Modular chassis, 4 Slots, rugged modules • CiscoWorks LAN Management System Cisco CGS 2520: Connected Grid Switch • Meets IEC 61850-3 and IEEE-1613 stds. • 2 Models: 24 10/100 copper & 16 Fiber FE + 8 10/100 copper • High-end layer 3 (IP) services • CiscoWorks LMS supported Leveraging over 25 years of networking experience© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 13
  • 14. o Meets IEC 61850-3 and IEEE1613 standards o Integrated security for NERC/CIP compliance o Modular chassis, 2-4 Slots, rugged modules o Gigabit fiber and/or copper Ethernet WAN o Integrated Serial ports o Connected Grid Intelligence Ruggedized multi-service / multi-application platforms designed for • Advanced Metering Infrastructure • Distribution Automation End-to-End Pervasive Security Multi-Service Resiliency Manageability Certificate-based identity Quality of Service No moving parts Remote diagnostic tools 802.1x Access Control Segmentation & Prioritization of IEC 61850-3, IEEE 1613 Comprehensive Network & Control & DA traffic Industrial grade components Security Management AMI/DA Mesh Security SCADA protocol translation Automatic failover from DC to AC PS Device Manager for field IPSec VPN (indoor model) technicians Automatic failover from AC to battery Industry standard CLI (outdoor model)© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 14
  • 15. Multi-Services platform for last mile Utility outdoor deployments • Pole-Top mounted • Automatic failover from AC to battery backup • NEMA4, IP67 enclosure • Connected Grid Intelligence – FAN use cases • Modular chassis, 4 Slots, rugged modules o Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) • Gigabit fiber and/or copper Ethernet WAN o Distribution Automation (DA) • Integrated Serial ports • Meets IEC 61850-3 and IEEE1613 standards o FISR, Volt/Var regulation, DER • No Moving Parts o Remote Workforce Management • Extended Temperature Range Support© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 15
  • 16. Multi-Services platform for last mile Utility indoor deployments • Din-rail mounted • Automatic failover from DC to AC PS • IP30 enclosure • Connected Grid Intelligence – FAN use cases • Modular chassis, 2 Slots, rugged modules o Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) • Gigabit fiber and/or copper Ethernet WAN o Distribution Automation (DA) • Integrated Serial ports • Meets IEC 61850-3 and IEEE1613 standards o FISR, Volt/Var regulation, DER • No Moving Parts o Remote Workforce Management • Extended Temperature Range Support© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 16
  • 17. Energy Control Center / Data Center / NOC Data Mgmt Cisco CG-NMS SCADA Scheduler Subscriber MySQL Grid Data NTP source State AAA, DNS, DHCPv6 Services CTS DCS Historian Directory Certificate Services Authority SCEP DNP3/IP, IEC 61850,…over Ethernet ports Public or Private IP InfrastructureCGR 1120: Din-rail mounted IP 30 CGR 1240: Pole-top mounted IP 67enclosure enclosureIEEE 1613 and IEC 61850-3 IEEE 1613 and IEC 61850-3 Distribution Substation Mobile workforce management over secured AMI and DA CG-Endpoints WiFi or Ethernet over C&I Meters IEEE 802.15.4g RF Mesh, 6LoWPAN, IPv6, Voltage Feeder RPL,… regulator protection AMI Line• Protocol Translation over Serial Line Recloser Recloser Residential Metering• DNP3/IP, ModBus/IP, IEC 61850 over Capacitor Back Feed Tie Ethernet its affiliates. All rights reserved. © 2011 Cisco and/or Control Switch Cisco Public 17
  • 18. Challenge • Long-term upgrade of legacy SCADA systems • Scale network to support growing number of telemetry devices • NERC/CIP, IEC 61850-3 and IEEE 1613 complianceSolution  Cisco Connected Grid router and switch for integrated grid network  Extend Cisco IP infrastructure from corporate environment to substations  Centralized security and managementExpected Results  Multi-service network for cross-company applications  Improved security and visibility into substation information  Prolonged asset life through better monitoring and logging of telemetry data
  • 19. Substation Substation Devices CGR 2010 provides serial terminal services & Generation integrated security services for NERC/CIP Serial Terminal Master/Secondary Services RTUs CGS 2520 provides CGR 2010 engineering access for ethernet-enabled IEDs and WAN PMUs CGS 2520 Fiber WAN Front End Processors Connectivity Connected Grid solution provides migration path to Multi Service Applications support MPLS VPN network services Operations Center© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 19
  • 20. Challenges  Reliable communications in remote, hard-to-reach locations  Minimizing costs troubleshooting and maintaining reliable ops  Redundant communications for improved operational availability  Protect people & property at remote sitesNetwork Solutions  Multi-Service: Cisco Connected Grid routers/switches for substation voice, video and data applications  Reliability & Compliance: Zone firewall, stateful NAT failover, HSRP for redundancy, segmentation, security & authentication  Management & Diagnostics: SYSLOG, NETFLOW, IP SLA, and SNMP for data trending analysis “Using Cisco Connected Grid Routers and Switches saved network administrators from having to learn a new interface and tools forResults substation networks because we had already  Reliable network yields lower SAIDI/SAIFI, reduced operating costs, standardized on Cisco switches and routers in and more efficient operations our offices.”  Easy integration with existing network management tools Keske Toyofuku  Cost avoidance by standardizing on single network platform Vice President and CIO for First Wind
  • 21. • Itron as supplier of smart metering system and Meter Data Management System (MDMS) • Cisco for Field Area Network solution“The Itron-Cisco partnership was a compelling • 1.8M smart meters to be deployed by thefactor why we decided to go with Itron. The end of 2012partnership is really a game changer. The abilityto leverage our infrastructure with Ciscos • Itron OpenWay® smart meters, run overtelecommunications ability is a great stepping a multi-application communicationstone into smart grid. Well be able to leverage it network powered by Ciscofor years to come.”Gary MurphyChief Project Officer, Smart Metering Program
  • 22. © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 22
  • 23. Thank you.© 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 23