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Decision-making is always a risky business for a Utility Executive. Every decision is open to being second-guessed, not only by your stockholders, but by regulatory commissions and consumer ...

Decision-making is always a risky business for a Utility Executive. Every decision is open to being second-guessed, not only by your stockholders, but by regulatory commissions and consumer advocates. Technology decisions, particularly those that affect your electricity rate base are even more prone to this second-guessing process. The challenge is to make a decision that is based on facts that are known now, and anticipates future technology changes. This keynote describes how the Smart Grid Interoperabilty Panel helps utilities reduce risk and cost on their path to implementing and interoperable Smart Grid.

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SGIP Sri 2014-keynote Reducing Cost and Risk in the Interoperable Smart Grid SGIP Sri 2014-keynote Reducing Cost and Risk in the Interoperable Smart Grid Presentation Transcript

  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Reducing Cost and Risk in the Next Generation Interoperable Smart Grid Smart Grids Seminar - 2014 April 02, 2014 Cuernavaca, Morelos, México
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Reducing Cost and Risk in the Interoperable Smart Grid • Technology Decisions & Interoperability • Smart Grid Interoperability Activities • How SGIP Reduces Your Cost & Risk
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org What Keeps You Up at Night? • What are the impacts of your technology choices… – In ongoing operations, support and upgrade costs? • How do you stay current with the velocity of technology changes… – To future-proof your acquisition decisions? • Technology acquisition decisions could be improved with more knowledge… – In collaboration with other utilities – Leveraging practical advice of industry experts in trusted forums – …if you had the time & resources to keep up with new info
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Technology Decisions Have Impacts Beyond Operations Missed opportunities, second-guessed technology decisions, and deployment missteps can cause: • Questions from regulators about utility technology roadmaps • Friction and delays in utility decisions from ratepayers, taxpayers, and voters requiring more information SGIP helps you avoid these outcomes
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org • Supports the freedom to choose and to change • Underlies future economic well-being • Demands the private sector take charge and not just be observers Interoperability Is Not an Entitlement, but…
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Reduce Distance to Integrate Credit: Scott Neumann, UISol GWAC position paper No standard exists, requires completely custom integration Interfaces can be transformed and/or mapped Interfaces use a common model ‘Plug and Play’ standard defined Party A Party B
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org • The modernized electrical power grid is expanding • SGIP eases Smart Grid growing pains by – Comprehending customers’ requirements – Engaging all stakeholders to identify and solve critical problems – Encouraging practical implementations – Overseeing the path to interoperability through Smart Grid standards for hardware, software and systems Enabling Interoperable Solutions
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Why Achieve Interoperability • Reducing the distance to integrate – Reduces installation and integration costs – Creates well-defined points in a system for new applications – Enables substitution of automated components – Provides an upgrade path that preserves system operation – Increases opportunity for multiple vendors to compete – Allows for easier integration of new capabilities & features
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Smart Grid Interoperability Panel orchestrates the work behind power grid modernization
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org • Optimizes resources and time • Avoids proprietary vendor lock-in • Helps build technology roadmaps • Simplifies decision making SGIP Reduces Risks and Costs SGIP is a collaborative, transparent, and trusted forum to share standards information and practical, hands-on knowledge about deployments from industry experts.
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Smart Grid Conceptual Model The SGIP Smart Grid Conceptual Model, showing the seven “domains” of the Smart Grid (http://collaborate.nist.gov/twiki-sggrid/bin/view/SmartGrid/SGConceptualModel)
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Smart Grid Conceptual Model
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SGIP Member Groups Activities
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SGIP Members • Electric Utilities – Investor Owned Utilities, Rural Electric Cooperatives, Municipal – Renewable Power, Transmission System Operators, Retail, Financial Market • Governments & Regulators – Federal & State agencies • Manufacturers – Appliance, Industrial, Vehicle, Power Equipment, Communications, Information Technology, Integrators • Associations and Standards Development Orgs (SDOs)
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Work Products Membership Domain Expert Working Groups (DEWGs) Priority Action Plans (PAPs) Standing Member Committees Architecture Cybersecurity Implementation Methods Testing & Certification Building to Grid Home to Grid Industry to Grid Business & Policy Vehicle to Grid Distributed Renewables, Generation & Storage Wireless Comm - 02 Energy Storage Interconnect - 07 Distribution Grid Mgmt - 08 Standard DR & DER Signals - 09 Map IEEE 1815 to IEC 61850 - 12 Wind Plant Comm - 16 Power Line Comm - 15 Facility Smart Grid Info Std - 17 Wholesale Demand Response - 19 Green Button ESPI Evolution - 20 EV Fueling Submetering - 22 Weather Info - 21 Conceptual Models & Roadmaps Requirements Use Cases Whitepapers Standards Evaluations Catalog of Standards Transmission & Distribution SGIP Member Groups
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SMART GRID ARCHITECTURE COMMITTEE
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org • Responsible for creating and refining a conceptual reference model, which provides a high-level, overarching perspective of the characteristics, uses, interfaces, requirements and standards needed to enable the Smart Grid • Addresses use cases that require interoperable communications as well as proper configuration and access through several ownership and management boundaries Smart Grid Architecture Committee (SGAC)
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org • Addressing several challenges – migrating the existing system-engineering actor/role model to services – developing a phased architectural approach that creates building blocks and data models – Building industrial profile & process to address emerging Smart Grid/Grid Modernization challenges • such as integrating electric vehicles, renewable energy, microgrids, and Transactive Energy Smart Grid Architecture Committee (SGAC)
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org • Transactive Energy Framework was launched by GridWise® Architecture Council (GWAC) in early November at SGIP Fall Conference – SGAC has started its own working party on Transactive Energy to examine the issues across all the domains – SGAC has contributed to the GWAC Framework, especially to the Architecture, Cyberphysical Systems sections of the paper • Coordinating architectures with European Union – EU M490 Methodology & Interoperability Work Packages Smart Grid Architecture Committee (SGAC) Activities
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SMART GRID CYBERSECURITY COMMITTEE
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Subgroups • SGCC Architecture • SGCC Cloud Computing • SGCC High Level Requirements • SGCC NISTIR 7628 User’s Guide • SGCC Privacy • SGCC Standards Smart Grid Cybersecurity Committee (SGCC)
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org • Completed User’s Guide to the Smart Grid Cybersecurity Guidelines (NISTIR 7628 - 2010) • Developing Privacy Awareness Questionnaire • Developing Risk Management Case Study • Completed mapping of Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) v5 to NIST IR 7628 (Guidelines to Smart Guide for Cybersecurity) Smart Grid Cybersecurity Committee (SGCC) Activities
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SMART GRID IMPLEMENTATION METHODS COMMITTEE
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Smart Grid Implementation Methods Committee (SGIMC) Interoperability in Practice – Implementation of standards • Lessons learned and best practices • Business case • Barriers and challenges – Implementer Community • Forum for implementers to share experiences – Feedback loop • Pass along issues to DEWGS, Technical Committee, SDOs, User’s Groups and Alliances
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Smart Grid Implementation Methods Committee (SGIMC) • Developing a clearinghouse and forum for real world experiences in smart grid deployment • Choosing standards or application areas as topics for case studies for 2014: o Green Button o Smart Energy Profile 2.0 o AMI o Distribution Automation o IEC 61850 o Demand response o Cybersecurity o Integration of distributed generation
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Smart Grid Implementation Methods Committee (SGIMC) The first Interoperability Implementation Experience Case Study • Implementing the Common Information Model at DTE Energy • Published Jan. 2014
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SMART GRID TESTING AND CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org • Testing and certification expected to play a key role in the coming years to help further Smart Grid interoperability – Accelerating the development and implementation of interoperable products throughout the smart grid domains – Identifying testing needs and priorities, particularly from the perspective of utilities – New test programs will ramp up to support the adoption and implementation of new technologies Smart Grid Testing & Certification Committee (SGTCC)
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Smart Grid Testing & Certification Committee (SGTCC) Deliverbles • Interoperability Process Reference Manual (IPRM) v2 • IPRM Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) • Interoperability Testing & Certification Authorities (ITCA) Development Guide and FAQs • White Paper on Importance and Value of Testing & Certification for the Smart Grid • Testing & Certification Landscape Report • Testing & Certification Framework Development Guide
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SGIP Works for you
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Many Utility Functions Benefit from SGIP Membership C-Level Executives Operations Planning & Management Engineering Procurement Marketing Customer Service ICT Regulatory Relations Program Management
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SGIP Works for You • SGIP represents utility perspectives to standards development organizations (SDOs) and industry associations – Gathers utility requirements & identifies gaps in the range of standards – Amplifies collective utility perspectives about important standards – Breaks standards silos and promotes non-proprietary standards – Encourages standards in proprietary solutions to avoid stranded investments • Your participation demonstrates proactive planning for future operations – Standards-based products = lower integration and operational costs – Builds defensible acquisitions decisions based on lifecycle costs – Helps influence your customers’ technology decisions about microgrids, distributed energy resources, and demand response
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SGIP Works for You • Simplifies technology decisions – Eliminates utility resource time and money following multiple SDO committees for • Demand Response, Microgrids, Distributed Network Protocol (DNP)/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) mapping … – Provides standards migration guidance by mapping overlaps and gaps – Delivers standards-agnostic explanations of business impacts of SDO activities and standards status around the world – Enables you to interact with experts and speakers on important topics such as Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Distributed Energy Resources, cybersecurity, and privacy
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org SGIP Works for You • Enables standards information exchanges – Builds a collaborative, trusted and transparent forum sharing practical standards advice and hands-on knowledge about Smart Grid deployments not available anywhere else – Extends mutual aid concept into standards research and advocacy – Provides a unique gathering place for utilities, regulators, vendors, system integrators, research scientists, and government agencies – Catalogs utility lessons learned and how not to get burned
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org Your SGIP Partnership Delivers Tangible Benefits • Your utility saves time and money • Your technology acquisition decision risks are minimized • You gain new, specialized, collaborative forums for standards decisions & deployments • You gain impartial and expert guidance about standards activity and their business impact
  • Accelerating Grid Modernization More information available on SGIP.org p: 781-876-8857 | e: info @SGIP.org For More Information Contact: Patrick Gannon: pgannon@sgip.org 941-357-6224 Visit www.sgip.org Talk to us today!