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Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
Georgia Tag Sg Standards February Presentation
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  • 1. Smart Grid Standards Ken Caird TITLE February 1, 2010
  • 2. Objectives
    • Relative to the rest of the country, where does Georgia stand regarding adoption of Smart Grid standards?
    • What challenges does the current status of Smart Grid standards pose for Georgia organizations?
    GE Proprietary © Copyright 2009 General Electric Company. All rights reserved.
  • 3. U.S. DOE Smart Grid Investment Grants Geographic coverage U.S. Department of Energy
  • 4. U.S. DOE Smart Grid Investment Grants The numbers … SGIG Topic Areas 18 million Smart meters 1.2 million In-home display units 206,000 Smart transformers 177,000 Load control devices 170,000 Smart thermostats 877 Networked phasor measurement units 671 Automated substations 100 PEV charging stations Category $ Million Integrated/ Crosscutting 2,150 AMI 818 Distribution 254 Transmission 148 Customer Systems 32 Manufacturing 26 Total 3,429
  • 5. Activity in smart grid standards Smart Grid Electricity Advisory Committee Interoperability & Cyber Security Industrial Control Systems WG BOREAS Cyber Security WG Board of Directors Interoperability WG Implementation WG Legislative and Policy WG State Legislative and Policy WG Home 2 Grid (H2G) WG Business and Policy (BnP) Smart Grid Task Force Home Plug Alliance1 Board of Directors Power & Energy Society (PES) Past President PES Intelligent Grid Coordinating Committee Power System Relaying Committee Smart Grid Task Force Technology Smart Grid Task Force Policy Smart Grid Task Force Standards Energy Storage Council Smart Grid Strategic Group 3 US Principle US TAG US National Committee (USNC) VP, Technical Activities Study Committees Advanced Metering Infrastructure NERC GE Proprietary © Copyright 2009 General Electric Company. All rights reserved.
  • 6. Smart grid industry involvement CEC PIER = California Energy Commission's Public Interest Energy Research program; CERTS = Consortium for Electric Reliability Technology Solutions; CPUC = California Public Utilities Commission; DOE-OE = U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability; DV 2010 = Distribution Vision 2010; EEI = Edison Electric Institute; EPRI = Electric Power Research Institute; FERC = Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; GWAC = GridWise Architecture Council; NERC = North American Electric Reliability Corporation; NYSERDA = New York State Energy Research and Development Authority; PSERC = Power Systems Engineering Research Center NIST IEEE 2030            
  • 7. PES IGCC Open Smart Grid Utility AMI Open HAN AMI Enterprise AMI Network Open ADR AMI SEC UtiliSec CIMug OASIS, IEEE PES IGCC, NIST, the GWAC, NEMA CIM IEC 61968 & 61970 Standards Development IEC TC57 Vendor Implementations IEC SMB SG3 Co-ordination Body for Smart Grid Standards NIST Technical Recommendations for Smart Grid Roadmap N.A. S.G. Roadmap NOTE: NIST can recommend standards but not write them Ken Caird (US Committee Representative) See following Slide for GE Participation Smart grid standards NTDC Smart Grid Steering Committee Phase I Phase II IEEE UCIug Coordinating with Incubation Team Publication Team M. Shahidehpour Interaction Team S. Rahman Education Team TBD Standards T. Prevost J. McDonald C. Adams Technology TCC M. Begovic GE Proprietary © Copyright 2009 General Electric Company. All rights reserved.
  • 8. Get involved … GE Proprietary © Copyright 2009 General Electric Company. All rights reserved.
  • 9. NIST SGIP structure Smart Grid Interoperability Panel and Governing Board SGIPGB Products (IKB) SGIP One Organization, One Vote Working Groups SGIP Standing Committee Members (2) Smart Grid Identified Standards Use Cases Requirements Standards Descriptions Priority Action Plans At large Members (3) Ex Officio (non-voting) Members Stakeholder Category Members (22) Standing Committees Conceptual Model GE Proprietary © Copyright 2009 General Electric Company. All rights reserved.
  • 10. NIST SGIP stakeholder categories 1 Appliance and consumer electronics providers 2 Commercial and industrial equipment manufacturers and automation vendors 3 Consumers – residential, commercial and industrial 4 Electric transportation industry stakeholders 5 Electric utility companies – Investor Owned Utilities (IOU) and publicly owned utilities 6 Electric utility companies - municipal (MUNI) 7 Electric utility companies - Rural Electric Association (REA) 8 Electricity and financial market traders (includes aggregators) 9 Independent power producers 10 Information and communication technologies (ICT) infrastructure and service providers 11 Information technology (IT) application developers and integrators 12 Power equipment manufacturers and vendors 13 Professional societies, users groups, trade associations and industry consortia 14 R&D organizations and academia 15 Relevant federal government agencies 16 Renewable power producers 17 Retail service providers 18 Standard and specification Development Organizations (SDOs) 19 State and local regulators 20 Testing and certification vendors 21 Transmission operators and Independent System Operators (ISOs) 22 Venture capital
  • 11. NIST priority action plans # Priority Action Plans Target Date 0 Meter Upgradability Done – Oct 2009 1 Guidelines for use of Internet Protocol suite in the Smart Grid mid-year 2010 2 Guidelines for use of wireless communications in the Smart Grid mid-year 2010 3 Common specification for price and product definition January 2010 4 Common scheduling mechanism for energy transactions December 2009 5 Standard meter data profiles Year-end 2010 6 Demonstrate common semantic model translations for end device data 7 Electric storage interconnection guidelines mid-year 2010
  • 12. PAPs (continued) # Priority Action Plans Target Date 8 Common information model for distribution grid management Year-end 2010 9 Standard demand response signals January 2010 10 Standard energy use information early 2010 11 Interoperability standards to support plug-in electric vehicles Year-end 2010 12 IEC 61850 Objects / DNP3 Mapping 2010 13 Time synchronization, IEC 61850 Objects/IEEE C37.118 Harmonization mid-year 2010 14 Transmission and distribution power systems models mapping Year-end 2010 15 Harmonization of Power Line Carrier (PLC) standards for the home new
  • 13. IEC SMB SG#3
    • Smart Grid Standards Roadmap submitted to the IEC SMB today!
    • Also 10 recommendations to accelerate and improve Smart Grid standards development are being submitted to the SMB
  • 14. Summary
    • Get Involved!
    • Things are moving fast!
    • Great cooperation between standards bodies!
    • 2010 will be a big year for Smart Grid standards development!

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