NEMA: U.S. Ecosystem for Smart Grid

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NEMA: U.S. Ecosystem for Smart Grid

  1. 1. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersU.S. Ecosystem for Smart GridPaul A. MolitorNational Electrical Manufacturer AssociationMay 22-23, 2013
  2. 2. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersEnergy Independence & Security Act (EISA)1. Increase Use of Digital Controls2. Dynamic Optimization3. Integrate Distributed Resources4. Demand Response5. Smart Metering6. Smart Appliances7. Storage and Peak Shaving8. Customer Control9. Communications Standards10. Reduce Market BarriersSEC.1301. “It is the policy of the United States to support themodernization of the Nations electricity transmission and distributionsystem to maintain a reliable and secure electricity infrastructure thatcan meet future demand growth and to achieve each of thefollowing, which together characterize a Smart Grid:”10 National Objectives for Smart Grid
  3. 3. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersThe Federal EnergyRegulatory Commission(FERC) Smart Grid Policy, Final Rule(18 CFR Chapter 1) Four key grid functionalities:• Wide Area SituationalAwareness• Demand Response• Electric Storage• Electric TransportationThe National Institute ofStandards and Technology(NIST) Framework and Roadmap(Special Publication 1108) FERC List plus:• Advanced MeteringInfrastructure• Distribution GridManagement• Cybersecurity• Network CommunicationsEnergy Independence & Security Act (EISA)8 Application Areas for Smart Grid
  4. 4. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersNIST Special Publication 1108R2Release 2.0 March 20128 Application Areas37 Standards identified forimplementation61 Standards designated forfurther review19 Priority areas identifiedfor new standards activity Two additional areas are nowproposed
  5. 5. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersCommon Application AreasTop-Down ApproachUse Cases and ArchitectureApplicationsAMIBlackout Prevention/EMSDistributed Energy ResourcesDemand ResponseDistribution AutomationDistribution ManagementSystemsElectromobilityElectric StorageHVDC/FACTSSmart HomeSubstation AutomationBottom-Up ApproachStakeholder ForumsApplicationsAMICyber & Physical SecurityDemand Response (DR)Distribution Grid ManagementElectric TransportationElectric StorageNetwork CommunicationsWide Area SituationalAwareness (WASA)IEC NIST
  6. 6. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersPublic-Private Partnership for Smart GridIndustry Consortium Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP)• 180+ member companies• 1,000+ individual participants• Governing Board Structure• Charter & Elected Representation Open to International Participation• Letters of Intent with other nationalbodies• Korea, EU, Japan, and more
  7. 7. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment Manufacturers
  8. 8. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment Manufacturers
  9. 9. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersNIST Conceptual Model for Smart Grid
  10. 10. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersEU Smart Grid Coordinating Committee
  11. 11. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersCyber Security GuidelinesThree VolumesHigh-LevelRequirements A Design Tool Evaluation Framework Guidance for craftingcyber securitystrategies• Prevention• Detection• Response• Recovery
  12. 12. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersEvaluation FrameworkSelect of Use CasesPerform Risk AssessmentSet Boundaries First Step for a Security ArchitectureHigh-Level Security Requirements Identify Information RequirementsTesting & Certification
  13. 13. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersRisk Assessment Model
  14. 14. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersInteroperability Process Reference Manual(IPRM)Version 2.0, January2012 Applies ISO Guidance forTesting Programs• IAF - InternationalAccreditation Forum• ISO Guide 65• ISO Guide 17025 Leverages the industryhistory in safety testingInteroperability Testing &Certification Authority(ITCA)
  15. 15. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersTesting & Certification Process FlowIPRM StandardITCATestSuiteAccred.BodyCert.BodyTestLabTESTManuf.Product
  16. 16. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersWhat Gets Tested?
  17. 17. The Association of Electrical andMedical Imaging Equipment ManufacturersImportant Linkswww.nema.org/smartgridwww.nist.gov/smartgridwww.sgip.orgQuestions?

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