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Building the
Resilient Grid
Slides and content courtesy of the
NRECA & The Security Fabric Alliance
Agile / Fractal Grid
• Concept: a grid that where distributed generators
can integrate with and island from each other
and...
Key Areas of Development to Realize the Resilient Grid
1. Distributed Generation
2. Microgrids
3. Segmentability, Agile Co...
Distributed Generation
There is no technical challenge in making electrons. The challenge is
In grid integration.
Segmentability, Agile Control
Synchronization of Independent
Oscillators
Decision Making:
Fractal Construction
• A “Grid of Grids”
• Challenge is to develop rules that scale
Back up slides
“The Rest of the Story”
An Internet You Can Trust? –
Cheaper and Faster but not better
An Internet You Can Trust – Now: Better
Internet of Things
Internet2
Industrial Internet
Advanced VAR Control and Solid State Power
Electronics
Advanced Architecture
Application
Architecture
Communications
Architecture
All the focus has been here
STAGE 4: Bus (MultiSpeak® model)
Abstract the Data to Support Open
Application Development
Expanded Abstraction Model
Improving Standards
• MultiSpeak®
• IEC 618**
• CIM (as data dictionary)
• NIST security standards
• MultiSpeak® security ...
Real Big Data Capabilities
• Address unstructured data
• Reporting by exception
• NO SQL high performance databases
• Hado...
Automated network mapping
Advanced Analytics
• Static Power Flow
• Dynamic Power Flow
• Abstraction from Data Management
• Open community
• Workforc...
General Structure of a Modeling Framework
Source
Data
Reference
Data
Models Reference
Outputs
Solvers
Monetization
& Visua...
Features
Source
Data
Reference
Data
Models Reference
Outputs
Solvers
Monetization
& Visualization
Module
Common Metrics
• ...
High Performance Communications
• Reporting by exception
• Understanding the “interesting” day
• Build from the Substation...
Building the Resilient Grid NRECA SFA
Building the Resilient Grid NRECA SFA
Building the Resilient Grid NRECA SFA
Building the Resilient Grid NRECA SFA
Building the Resilient Grid NRECA SFA
Building the Resilient Grid NRECA SFA
Building the Resilient Grid NRECA SFA
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Building the Resilient Grid NRECA SFA

  1. 1. Building the Resilient Grid Slides and content courtesy of the NRECA & The Security Fabric Alliance
  2. 2. Agile / Fractal Grid • Concept: a grid that where distributed generators can integrate with and island from each other and the broader grid. • Approach: develop common / shared methods for grid control so that different areas of control can communicate with each other without the development of custom interfaces • Principle: the method of control should be the same at different scales, from building automation and industrial controls, to distribution to generation and transmission.
  3. 3. Key Areas of Development to Realize the Resilient Grid 1. Distributed Generation 2. Microgrids 3. Segmentability, Agile Control and Fractal Construction 4. An Internet You Can Trust 5. Advanced VAR Control and Solid State Power Electronics 6. Advanced Architecture 7. Improving Standards 8. Real Big Data Capabilities 9. Advanced Analytics 10. High Performance Communications
  4. 4. Distributed Generation There is no technical challenge in making electrons. The challenge is In grid integration.
  5. 5. Segmentability, Agile Control Synchronization of Independent Oscillators Decision Making:
  6. 6. Fractal Construction • A “Grid of Grids” • Challenge is to develop rules that scale
  7. 7. Back up slides “The Rest of the Story”
  8. 8. An Internet You Can Trust? – Cheaper and Faster but not better
  9. 9. An Internet You Can Trust – Now: Better Internet of Things Internet2 Industrial Internet
  10. 10. Advanced VAR Control and Solid State Power Electronics
  11. 11. Advanced Architecture Application Architecture Communications Architecture All the focus has been here
  12. 12. STAGE 4: Bus (MultiSpeak® model)
  13. 13. Abstract the Data to Support Open Application Development
  14. 14. Expanded Abstraction Model
  15. 15. Improving Standards • MultiSpeak® • IEC 618** • CIM (as data dictionary) • NIST security standards • MultiSpeak® security extensions • GWAC • Abstraction model interfaces Goal: Get out of the N *(N-1) approach
  16. 16. Real Big Data Capabilities • Address unstructured data • Reporting by exception • NO SQL high performance databases • Hadoop? • Passive as well as active capture • Shared data model “The Comprehensive Grid State Database”
  17. 17. Automated network mapping
  18. 18. Advanced Analytics • Static Power Flow • Dynamic Power Flow • Abstraction from Data Management • Open community • Workforce Development • Distinction between models and solvers
  19. 19. General Structure of a Modeling Framework Source Data Reference Data Models Reference Outputs Solvers Monetization & Visualization Module Critical features  Common data  Common outputs  Multiple solvers  Run management
  20. 20. Features Source Data Reference Data Models Reference Outputs Solvers Monetization & Visualization Module Common Metrics • ROI, IRR • Payback • Out of range values • …. Common Data • EIA • BEA • Weather • Feeder • Census • …. Common Outputs • $$$$ • Voltage • Current • Frequleency • Angle • …. Multiple Solvers
  21. 21. High Performance Communications • Reporting by exception • Understanding the “interesting” day • Build from the Substation of the Future taxonomy • Neighborhood of the future • Distributed data model • IP based with redundant paths

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