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Welcome to Today’s Webcast   Smart Grid Innovation, Interoperability, and Standards   Management   December 13, 2011Copyri...
Join the Conversation                                                 Follow IHS on Twitter…                              ...
Speakers                                   Peter Lanctot                                   Technical Officer, Internationa...
Peter J. Lanctot                Webinar       INTERNATIONALSecretary                       13-Dec-2012   ELECTROTECHNICAL ...
• Introduction to IEC    • Introduction to IEC Strategy Group     3 on Smart Grid    • Next Steps5
International:                     IEC, ISO, ITU,                        Regional:                 Africa (e.g. AFSEC, SAD...
   Founded in 1906, the IEC is an international    organization whose mission is to promote    international co-operation...
Hydraulic turbines   OverheadRotating                     (TC 4)                               Overhead electrical        ...
Electromagnetic                                                                  compatibility (TC 77)     Electrical acce...
    Construction          Heavy industry    Consumer goods        Information                            technology  ...
81 Members   82 Affiliates11
    IEC family (2011)         Members: 81                     163 Countries          (full: 60, associate: 22)         ...
•   Introduction to IEC     •   Introduction to IEC Strategy Group 3 on         Smart Grid     •   Next Steps13
    Formed by IEC Standardization Management Board in     2008-11    SG3 provides advice to the Standardization Manageme...
    White paper communicating the Vision of Standardization     and Smart Grids    Developed Web portal for external com...
1. Roadmap Task Team     Development, update and revise the IEC Smart Grid     Roadmap2. Use Case Task Team     Compile “U...
•   Introduction to IEC     •   Introduction to IEC Strategy Group 3 on         Smart Grid     •   Activities – Roadmaps a...
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    Agreed on a basic set of standards representing cross     cutting needs for:         Interoperability, Transmission,...
Smart Grid Strategic Group (SG3)          (15 National Committees)                                      ISO/IEC JTC1      ...
Framework-1 completed withdevelopment of the Smart GridRoadmap•    Overview of available     standards•    Overview of res...
    Close gaps and reduce overlaps of identified     standards;    Orchestrate a tangible plan to involve TCs with     i...
    Take a Systems Engineering approach to standards     development    Leverage work done within SG3 Smart Grid Roadmap...
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•   Introduction to IEC     •   Introduction to IEC Strategy Group 3 on         Smart Grid     •   Activities – Roadmaps a...
SG3 has done a lot to understand the Smart Grid Challenges, the expectations of the industry, and is organizing itself. SG...
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Peter J Lanctot   INTERNATIONALSG3 Secretary     ELECTROTECHNICAL                  COMMISSIONSmart Grid
Smart Grid Innovation, Interoperability, andStandards ManagementStuart Neumann, Senior Manager, VerdantixDecember 13, 2011
Agenda• Who should be thinking about the smart grid?• Is there any smart grid activity beyond smart meters?• Where next fo...
Agenda• Who should be thinking about the smart grid?• Is there any smart grid activity beyond smart meters?• Where next fo...
Smart Grid Definition               The smart grid is defined as an            electricity network with bi-directional    ...
Who will be affected by the smart grid?                          Power Utilities                    C&I Electricity Custom...
Verdantix Total Portfolio Smart Grid Technologies                                   • Research and interviews with smart  ...
Verdantix Total Portfolio: Smart Grid Technologies                                                     44
Mature technologies still dominate the electricity gridnetwork   Verdantix Total Portfolio: Smart Grid Technologies       ...
Despite the hype around smart grid, only a smallnumber of technologies are in the „Growth‟ phase  Verdantix Total Portfoli...
Significant clustering in the „Launch‟ phase isreflective of a market which is still emerging    Verdantix Total Portfolio...
The development of new solutions continues  Verdantix Total Portfolio: Smart Grid Technologies                            ...
Agenda• Who should be thinking about the smart grid?• Is there any smart grid activity beyond smart meters?• Where next fo...
Verdantix Quarterly Smart Grid Deal Tracker•   Cuts through the hype and provides a fact-based evaluation of the current  ...
Smart Meters represent the highest value implementations                                                           51
Smart gridEV infrastructure and smart grid        managementcommunications see large increases in   system dealsvolume but...
Smart Grid Activity – Q3 2011Signs of growing momentum in Asian markets           • Implementations continue to grow and r...
The global smart grid market begins to look beyond smart meters•   The largest deals by value in the smart grid market are...
Agenda• Who should be thinking about the smart grid?• Is there any smart grid activity beyond smart meters?• Where next fo...
The development of the smart grid will remain uneven geographicallyand in terms of the technology deployed•   Government m...
Thank YouStuart Neumann, Senior Manager, Verdantixsneumann@verdantix.com
The Role of Standards & StandardsManagement in the Smart Grid                            Andy Reese                       ...
About IHS Inc.     A Leading Information Provider     • Founded in 1959: To provide product                 •   Tens of th...
The Smart Grid is:“A Complex System of Systems”                      NIST Smart Grid Information Framework       Source: D...
A Growing List of Standards Adds to the ComplexityPartial List of “NIST-Identified Standards” & “Standards for Further Rev...
A Growing List of Standards Adds to the ComplexityPartial List of “NIST-Identified Standards” & “Standards for Further Rev...
The Benefits of Using StandardsAlign with NIST’s Goals for the Smart GridInteroperability                                •...
Standards Management Can DramaticallyReduce Organizational Risk                                 Individual                ...
Standards Management Can Deliver Lower  Total Cost and Competitive Advantage                                      100     ...
Standards Management Can Deliver Lower  Total Cost and Competitive Advantage                                      100     ...
Standards Management Can EnableGreater Efficiency & Process Automation                            3.  2.                  ...
A Practical Path to Standards Management:       You Can Start with a Free Trial from IHS1.   Establish Standards Managemen...
Complimentary Offer #1 for Attending Today:Trial Access to IHS Standards Expert™                                          ...
Thank You!                            Questions?                                         70Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
Questions?                                   Peter Lanctot                                   Technical Officer, Internatio...
For More Information                 Send questions and requests for information to:                             Webcasts@...
Smart Grid Innovation, Interoperability, and Standards Management
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Smart Grid Innovation, Interoperability, and Standards Management
Smart Grid Innovation, Interoperability, and Standards Management
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  1. 1. Welcome to Today’s Webcast Smart Grid Innovation, Interoperability, and Standards Management December 13, 2011Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  2. 2. Join the Conversation Follow IHS on Twitter… Get the latest supply chain news, updates, and trending topics from @IHS_SupplyChain Live Tweet with @IHS_SupplyChain during today‟s webcast for a chance to win a Kindle Fire #IHSWebcastCopyright © 2011 IHS Inc. All Rights Reserved. 2
  3. 3. Speakers Peter Lanctot Technical Officer, International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Stuart Neumann Senior Manager, Verdantix Andrew K. Reese Senior Manager, Standards & Regulatory Solutions, IHSCopyright © 2011 IHS Inc. All Rights Reserved. 3
  4. 4. Peter J. Lanctot Webinar INTERNATIONALSecretary 13-Dec-2012 ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSIONIEC Smart Grid Strategic Group 3
  5. 5. • Introduction to IEC • Introduction to IEC Strategy Group 3 on Smart Grid • Next Steps5
  6. 6. International: IEC, ISO, ITU, Regional: Africa (e.g. AFSEC, SADC) Americas (e.g. COPANT, MERCOSUR), Asia-Pacific (e.g. ASEAN, PASC), Europe (e.g. CENELEC, ETSI) National bodies/committees (e.g. ANSI, CSA, BSI, UTE, DKE, CEI, KATS, JISC, SAPRC)6
  7. 7.  Founded in 1906, the IEC is an international organization whose mission is to promote international co-operation on all questions of standardization and conformity assessment in the field of electrotechnology Encourages national use of IEC International Standards and IEC Conformity Assessment Systems through its members, agreements and directly7
  8. 8. Hydraulic turbines OverheadRotating (TC 4) Overhead electrical lines (TC 11)machinery (TC 2) conductors (TC 7) Systems aspects for electrical energy supply (TC 8) Switchgear and controlgear (TC 17) Electric cables (TC 20) Surge arresters (TC 37) Insulators (TC 36)8
  9. 9. Electromagnetic compatibility (TC 77) Electrical accessories (TC 23) Multimedia (TC 100) Fuses (TC 32 Fibre optics (TC 86) Cables, wires,Winding wires (TC 55) waveguides (TC 46) Electric cables (TC 20) Safety of information technology equipment (TC 108 Lamps and related equipment (TC 34) Household appliances (TCs 59 & 61) Electrical installations and protection against electric shock (TC 64)9
  10. 10.  Construction  Heavy industry Consumer goods  Information technology Electricity generation,  Manufacturing transmission and distribution  Telecommunication Electronics  Testing and certification Environment  Transportation Health10
  11. 11. 81 Members 82 Affiliates11
  12. 12.  IEC family (2011)  Members: 81 163 Countries (full: 60, associate: 22)  Affiliates: 82 Number of TC/SC 95 + 80 = 175 Number of WG/PT/MT 1 200 Number of experts approx. 10 000 Number of pubs. in catalogue (as of 2011-09) 6 618 Number of pubs. issued as of 2011-09 347 Conformity assessment systems 3 IECEE CB Certificates issued in 2010 71 892 Regional offices (HQ in Geneva) 412
  13. 13. • Introduction to IEC • Introduction to IEC Strategy Group 3 on Smart Grid • Next Steps13
  14. 14.  Formed by IEC Standardization Management Board in 2008-11 SG3 provides advice to the Standardization Management Board regarding the developments and standardization of Smart Grids14
  15. 15.  White paper communicating the Vision of Standardization and Smart Grids Developed Web portal for external communication (www.iec.ch/smartgrid) Roadmap, identifying needs for Standardization of Smart Grids Advising of SMB:  Many standards can already be applied and will be modified based on developments, blanks will be filled in  Cooperation with NIST, CEN/Cenelec and other relevant parties  Coaching of TC‟s15
  16. 16. 1. Roadmap Task Team Development, update and revise the IEC Smart Grid Roadmap2. Use Case Task Team Compile “Use Cases” from real world smart grid applications to be imported into the IEC Mapping Chart3. Mapping Chart Task Team Develop mapping solution for smart grid project managers based on “Use Cases” & standards16
  17. 17. • Introduction to IEC • Introduction to IEC Strategy Group 3 on Smart Grid • Activities – Roadmaps and Mapping Charts • Conclusion17
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  20. 20.  Agreed on a basic set of standards representing cross cutting needs for:  Interoperability, Transmission, Distribution, Metering, Connecting the consumers, Cyber Security Identified over 100 relevant IEC standards and standard parts for Smart Grid:  13 specific applications and 6 general topics have been reviewed;  44 recommendations for future work and actions are identified22
  21. 21. Smart Grid Strategic Group (SG3) (15 National Committees) ISO/IEC JTC1 TC 13 TC 64 TC 69 TC 88 TC 82 TC 23 TC 65 TC 56 TC 77TC57 TC 8 26 TCs - 100 standards23
  22. 22. Framework-1 completed withdevelopment of the Smart GridRoadmap• Overview of available standards• Overview of responsible TC‟s• Web portal is available www.iec.ch/smartgrid• IEC Roadmap Smart Grids (version 2.0 in preparation)24
  23. 23.  Close gaps and reduce overlaps of identified standards; Orchestrate a tangible plan to involve TCs with identified standards to interact with each other, and incorporate Smart Grid design in their future planning; Identify and incorporate Standards developed by other SDOs. Create a VISUAL roadmap to aid Smart Grid project managers.26
  24. 24.  Take a Systems Engineering approach to standards development Leverage work done within SG3 Smart Grid Roadmap Requirements Driven Broke Smart Grid down into Subsystems, Components, and Data Interfaces Resolved complexity by taking a layered data base approach Develop tool that connects needs, value, architecture, and standards27
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  26. 26. • Introduction to IEC • Introduction to IEC Strategy Group 3 on Smart Grid • Activities – Roadmaps and Mapping Charts • Conclusion34
  27. 27. SG3 has done a lot to understand the Smart Grid Challenges, the expectations of the industry, and is organizing itself. SG3 is offering a “GPS” system for navigating efficiently the standards from IEC and is open to other SDOs. SG3 is implementing a sustainable process in order to develop step by step, the expected portfolio of standard’s and allowing all the TCs to manage themselves in the necessary evolutions. SG3 is updating its Smart Grid Roadmap, completed by a development plan to show industry what they can count on for the mid and long term, and why it is feasible. IEC is serving the most important “customer” : the Smart Grid Project Manager, to provide him with a “one stop shop” comprehensive portfolio of Standards35
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  29. 29. Peter J Lanctot INTERNATIONALSG3 Secretary ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSIONSmart Grid
  30. 30. Smart Grid Innovation, Interoperability, andStandards ManagementStuart Neumann, Senior Manager, VerdantixDecember 13, 2011
  31. 31. Agenda• Who should be thinking about the smart grid?• Is there any smart grid activity beyond smart meters?• Where next for the smart grid? 39
  32. 32. Agenda• Who should be thinking about the smart grid?• Is there any smart grid activity beyond smart meters?• Where next for the smart grid? 40
  33. 33. Smart Grid Definition The smart grid is defined as an electricity network with bi-directional communication and power flows 41
  34. 34. Who will be affected by the smart grid? Power Utilities C&I Electricity Customers Residential Electricity Customers Technology & Telecoms Suppliers Systems Integrators 42
  35. 35. Verdantix Total Portfolio Smart Grid Technologies • Research and interviews with smart grid experts from 11 of the world‟s leading smart grid technology and services firms • 23 separate technologies evaluated according to business value, sustainability benefits and triggers for future investment 43
  36. 36. Verdantix Total Portfolio: Smart Grid Technologies 44
  37. 37. Mature technologies still dominate the electricity gridnetwork Verdantix Total Portfolio: Smart Grid Technologies 45
  38. 38. Despite the hype around smart grid, only a smallnumber of technologies are in the „Growth‟ phase Verdantix Total Portfolio: Smart Grid Technologies 46
  39. 39. Significant clustering in the „Launch‟ phase isreflective of a market which is still emerging Verdantix Total Portfolio: Smart Grid Technologies 47
  40. 40. The development of new solutions continues Verdantix Total Portfolio: Smart Grid Technologies 48
  41. 41. Agenda• Who should be thinking about the smart grid?• Is there any smart grid activity beyond smart meters?• Where next for the smart grid? 49
  42. 42. Verdantix Quarterly Smart Grid Deal Tracker• Cuts through the hype and provides a fact-based evaluation of the current state of the market• Only publically announced deals are captured. Data is captured from daily reviews of public sources such as main supplier websites, the trade press and general media channels• It is global in scope and each deal is categorised according to deal type (funding & investment, implementation, M&A and partnerships) as well as deal classification (e.g. demand response, distribution automation, EV infrastructure, smart grid communications) 50
  43. 43. Smart Meters represent the highest value implementations 51
  44. 44. Smart gridEV infrastructure and smart grid managementcommunications see large increases in system dealsvolume but focused mainly around show strongpartnerships growth Smart meter deals reduce in volume but are largely implementations 52
  45. 45. Smart Grid Activity – Q3 2011Signs of growing momentum in Asian markets • Implementations continue to grow and remain focused on North America • Activity in Asia is building with governments funding smart grid projects • Little growth in activity in Europe 53
  46. 46. The global smart grid market begins to look beyond smart meters• The largest deals by value in the smart grid market are still related to smart meters• North America sees the greatest activity but this is largely a result of $4.5 billion in Federal stimulus funding awarded to smart grid projects• Significant government commitments in Asia to smart grid investment (e.g. $7 billion in South Korea)• Smart grid communications, home energy management and EV infrastructure projects are increasing as the smart gird ecosystem begins to take shape 54
  47. 47. Agenda• Who should be thinking about the smart grid?• Is there any smart grid activity beyond smart meters?• Where next for the smart grid? 55
  48. 48. The development of the smart grid will remain uneven geographicallyand in terms of the technology deployed• Government mandates in the EU and Latin America for smart meter roll-outs will maintain the momentum in this area.• The smart meter deployments present opportunities for system integrators and telecoms firms• Demand response will expand in Europe, driven by its ability to balance the intermittent supply characteristic of renewables• Government funding or regulation changes will be required to trigger larger investment levels from cautious utilities 56
  49. 49. Thank YouStuart Neumann, Senior Manager, Verdantixsneumann@verdantix.com
  50. 50. The Role of Standards & StandardsManagement in the Smart Grid Andy Reese Senior Manager, Standards & Regulatory Solutions IHS Inc. 58Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  51. 51. About IHS Inc. A Leading Information Provider • Founded in 1959: To provide product • Tens of thousands of customers and hundreds catalogs for aerospace engineers of thousands end-users in 180+ countries • Today: Leading global source of critical • Customers include nearly 70% of US information and insight dedicated to Fortune1000; 80% of Global Fortune 500 providing the most complete and trusted information and expertise Strong, Growing Products and Financials: • Public, NYSE: IHS (2005) • Employs 5,100 people in 30 countries • Revenue: $1.1B (2010) Areas of Expertise & Content Energy & Design & Defense, Risk & EHS & Country & Industry Commodities, Power Supply Chain Security Sustainability Forecasts Pricing & Cost59 59 Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  52. 52. The Smart Grid is:“A Complex System of Systems” NIST Smart Grid Information Framework Source: Draft NIST Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards, Release 2.0, October 2011 60Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  53. 53. A Growing List of Standards Adds to the ComplexityPartial List of “NIST-Identified Standards” & “Standards for Further Review• ANSI C63.4 • IEC 60870-6 • IEC 61850 • IEEE 1547 • MIL-STD-461D• ANSI C12 • IEC 60929 • IEC 61968 • IEEE 1560 • MIL-STD-462• IEC 60255- 22-x • IEC 61000 • IEC 61970 • IETF RFC 791 • SAE J1772• IEC 60439-1 • IEC 61326x • IEC 62056 • ISO 27000 • SAE J2836-1• IEC 60870-2-1 • IEC 61400-25 • IEEE 1159.3 • ITU-T G.9972 ... 61 61 Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  54. 54. A Growing List of Standards Adds to the ComplexityPartial List of “NIST-Identified Standards” & “Standards for Further Review• ANSI C63.4 • IEC 60870-6 • IEC 61850 • IEEE 1547 • MIL-STD-461D• ANSI C12 • IEC 60929 • IEC 61968 • IEEE 1560 • MIL-STD-462• IEC 60255- 22-x • IEC 61000 • IEC 61970 • IETF RFC 791 • SAE J1772• IEC 60439-1 • IEC 61326x • IEC 62056 • ISO 27000 • SAE J2836-1• IEC 60870-2-1 • IEC 61400-25 • IEEE 1159.3 • ITU-T G.9972 ...Plus ... hundreds more in the future 62 62 Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  55. 55. The Benefits of Using StandardsAlign with NIST’s Goals for the Smart GridInteroperability • Interoperability – Interfacing with other systems • Options – A range of technology options, both legacy & new • Maintainability – Safely, securely and reliably maintained Quality • Upgradeability – Ability of systems to be enhanced without difficulty • Affordability – Multivendor procurement of interoperable Supply equipment • Innovation – Enable and foster innovation Design • Scalability – Development of massively scaled systems Compliance • Security – Capability to resist unwanted intrusion • Governance – Promote a well-managed system of systems enabled through consistent policies Source: Draft NIST Framework and Roadmap for Smart Grid Interoperability Standards, Release 2.0, October 2011 63 63Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc. Confidential – Internal Use
  56. 56. Standards Management Can DramaticallyReduce Organizational Risk Individual Standards Corporate Line of Sight Quality Risks Liability Risks • “Standards are about to impact Missed Deadlines the Smart Grid industry with a Re-work suddenness that will wipe out certain companies. The heaviest Lost Productivity casualties will be „old-line‟ Duplicate Purchasing vendors who arent nimble Disaster Recovery enough to survive in a new Copyright Abuse landscape that requires constant Using Outdated Standards product updates.” • SmartGridNews.com Document Management Cost “How to Avoid Being a Standards Blind Referencing Dinosaur” August 18, 2009 64Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  57. 57. Standards Management Can Deliver Lower Total Cost and Competitive Advantage 100 Resources % of Total Without Analyze Standards Manage Information ImpactManagement (Collect, Aggregate, Track & Update Standards) Act 0 Time 100 Competitive Advantage for Resources % of Total With Companies Standards LeveragingManagement Act Standards Manage 0 Info Analyze Management Time 65 Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  58. 58. Standards Management Can Deliver Lower Total Cost and Competitive Advantage 100 Resources % of Total Without Analyze Standards Manage Information ImpactManagement (Collect, Aggregate, Track & Update Standards) Act 0 Time IHS Standards Expert 100 Competitive Advantage for Resources % of Total With Companies Standards LeveragingManagement Act Standards Manage 0 Info Analyze Management Time 66 Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  59. 59. Standards Management Can EnableGreater Efficiency & Process Automation 3. 2. 4. 1. 67Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  60. 60. A Practical Path to Standards Management: You Can Start with a Free Trial from IHS1. Establish Standards Management as an Executive Priority with Strategic Benefit Get Started Today:2. Evaluate and Audit your current standards use, Take advantage of inventory and storage of specs, standards, codes and free trial of IHS regulations Standards Expert3. Eliminate paper – digitize and automate for registered4. Get standards, codes, and regulations delivered to the attendees. desktop of the people who need them5. Invest in organization-wide standards management tools - from a single (or as few as practical) reliable source(s) Strategic Standards Standards Individual Management Management Individual SubscriptionsNone Standard 68 Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  61. 61. Complimentary Offer #1 for Attending Today:Trial Access to IHS Standards Expert™ How to receive this offer? 1) Complete event Survey & Specify “YES” to the IHS Standards Expert trial offer 2) Or send Email with Subject Line “Dec 13th Standards Access” to Webcasts@ihs.com*Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  62. 62. Thank You! Questions? 70Copyright © 2011 IHS Inc.
  63. 63. Questions? Peter Lanctot Technical Officer, International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Stuart Neumann Senior Manager, Verdantix Andrew K. Reese Senior Manager, Standards & Regulatory Solutions, IHSCopyright © 2011 IHS Inc. All Rights Reserved. 71
  64. 64. For More Information Send questions and requests for information to: Webcasts@ihs.com Follow IHS on Twitter Like IHS on Facebook Follow IHS on SlideshareCopyright © 2011 IHS Inc. All Rights Reserved. 72

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